Our students study the science of the Earth's atmosphere, biosphere and geosphere.
We recruit graduates in physics, chemistry, biology, maths, geography, earth sciences, computing, engineering, environmental science
We identify shifts in wild pollinator diversity, and assess how biodiversity affects human welfare.
We study the causes and impacts of climate change.
By studying how animals move in the field and the laboratory, we can predict their ability to respond to habitat destruction and climate change.
We study the dynamics of wild animal and plant populations, and how they are affected by climate, environmental change and management practices.
We study their role in carbon cycling and the impact of climate change.
We study clouds to improve weather and climate models.
We develop and deploy state-of-the-art instruments for observing the Earth's atmosphere, surface and interior.
We study earth surface processes and their change in ancient environmental conditions.
Our students are tackling the big questions in environmental science
Our students study with the Met Office, NERC centres, industrial and commercial partners.
We process and use satellite data of the Earth's surface and atmosphere.
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