School of Environment

Welcome to the School of Environment

The School of Environment is the place to study and research in Geography, Earth Sciences (Geology), Environmental Science, Environmental Management, Geophysics and Geographical Information Science.

Our research and teaching addresses the earth surface and subsurface, climate, social, economic and cultural processes that shape our world. Learn more by visiting Our school.

  • Winter Bootcamp 2017 (science_news, Events, Science Intranet News) Event as iCalendar
    10 July 2017 - 14 July 2017, 9am - 4:30pm
    Winter Bootcamp is a week long training and education to help researchers up-skill research digital skills.
  • GSNZ Hochstetter Lecture Tour: Tectonics and genetics in topographic evolution (Environment) Event as iCalendar
    20 June 2017, 7 - 8pm
    Geoscience Society of New Zealand Hochstetter Lecturer is Professor Dave Craw from the University of Otago. His main lecture “Tectonics and genetics in topographic evolution” which will be held at the Auckland Museum auditorium at 7pm on the 20th June should be of interest to environmental as well as earth scientists. The complementary Hochstetter Lecture “Tectonically driven fluid flow and gold mineralisation in actively deforming convergent orogens” will be at 1pm on the 21st June in Rm 302-130.