Environmental Geoscience

Environmental geoscience is the study of Earth surface systems (land, water, soil, air): how they operate and how they interact with each other and with biological systems. This field is ultimately concerned with habitability and sustainability of life on Earth, including the interactions of humans with the environment in the present, recent past, and future.

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Integrated Sciences

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Math
  • Computer Science
  • Data Science
  • Remote Sensing (GIS)

 

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Aqueous Geochemistry

Biogeochemical Cycles/Biogeochemistry

Ecohydrology

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Geomicrobiology

Geomorphology

Geophysics

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Hydrogeology

Isotope Geochemistry

Karst Geology

Paleolimnology

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Rock and Mineral Magnetism