School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
At the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences we are leaders in our field, nationally and internationally. We ensure that our graduates have real world skills to tackle current and future global challenges. Our students have access to rare specialist equipment and techniques, and opportunities to acquire practical and application-based learning through fieldwork. Our academic staff are committed to designing educational experiences that are engaging, challenging and relevant. Our degrees are taught by staff at the forefront of their fields of research, and this shines through in the quality of our graduates.
Scientists find volcanoes can counteract the warming effects of greenhouse gases.
Scientists will be able to make better forecasts of climate change as a result of findings from an international team of researchers who have been studying global sea surface temperature signals emitted over the past 2,000 years.
The ocean is a major component of the Earth’s climate system as it stores a lot of heat and is the long-term regulator of Earth’s climate.
The Mike Morwood Memorial Website
A dedicated website has been developed and will be used as a memorial to Mike and the legacy he has left. Visit Mike's memorial website.