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 Geographic Information Science.

Predicting the future of coral coastline flooding

Where will coral reef-fringed coastlines become uninhabitable from wave-driven flooding? Scientists have developed an efficient and accessible tool to find out.

Vibrant volcanic research community

Doctoral candidate Benjamin Simons talks about his research community's love of volcanoes, their knowledge of geology and the volcano "World Cup" - a knock-out-style tournament pitting volcano against volcano.

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After gaining admission to a programme of study and accepting your offer of place online, you can enrol for courses. Enrol early to get into the courses and class times you want. Find out more.

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.

  • Around the world in 80 whales Event as iCalendar
    10 December 2018, 1 - 2pm
    In this seminar, Dr Emma Carroll will talk about her work on the genomic analyses of several globally distributed marine mammals. Her work is aimed at developing better genomic monitoring methods for long lived species.