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Geoengineering perhaps most commonly refers to Climate engineering.
Geoengineering may also refer to:
- Geological engineering, a hybrid discipline that comprises elements of civil engineering, mining engineering, petroleum engineering, and earth sciences
- Engineering geology, the application of the geological sciences to engineering study
- Geotechnical engineering, the branch of civil engineering concerned with the engineering behavior of earth materials
- Geophysical engineering, the application of geophysics to the engineering design of facilities including roads, tunnels, and mines
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