Atmospheric science is an interdisciplinary field of study that focuses on the structure and dynamics of the Earth's atmosphere by combining elements of physics and chemistry. The physical and chemical relationships that define the workings of the atmosphere are evaluated using mathematical methods such as differential equations and vector analysis, as well as computer systems.
The study of marine animals, their behaviour, and interactions with the environment is known as marine biology. To better comprehend marine species, marine biologists’ study biological oceanography as well as the related sciences of chemical, physical, and geological oceanography. Because marine biology is such a large field, most researchers choose a specific area of interest and specialise in it.
All features of the atmosphere and physical oceanography, as well as their mutual interactions and interactions with space and the rest of the earth system are studied under atmospheric and oceanic sciences. Although one of the primary goals is to better understand the atmosphere and ocean in order to predict weather, atmospheric and oceanic sciences cover a wide range of topics, including large, medium, and small-scale motions, past, present, and future climates, air chemistry and quality, clouds and precipitation, and solar and terrestrial radiation. New remote-sensing technology, particularly satellites, is being used in various places to offer global and local circulation patterns.