School of Earth and Environment


Katy Roelich and Steve Hall discuss new technologies and the opportunites available in the Conversation[more]

ICAS help BAS to measure tiny aerosol particles blowing around in Arctic snow. [more]

Posters Win Prizes


Congratulations to PhD students Andy Parsons & Ekbal Hussain who have both been awarded Outstanding Student Paper Awards following the AGU fall meeting which was held in San Francisco in December. Both Andy & Ekbal...[more]

IGT’s newest members are Jessica Hawthorne and Andy Nowacki. Jessica started her Academic Research Fellowship with us in January and Andy will be commencing his Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship at the beginning of May. Both...[more]

Smoke from Chimney

The UK's claim to lead the world in cutting carbon emissions is a myth, a new report to government concludes. Emissions produced within the UK have dropped by 26% since 1990 - but the emissions created in making the products we...[more]

An example of rock netting in use

Bill Murphy, Adrian Koe (AECOM) and Richard Nicholson (CAN Geotechnical) have been awarded a research contract to research and formulate the design guidance for the implementation of rock netting for CIRIA (Construction Industry...[more]

Professor Lindsay Stringer

Two leading members of the School have been recognised as part of the University’s 2015 Women of Achievement. Dr Andrea Jackson, Pro-Dean for Student Education, was nominated as a result of her National Teaching Fellowship and...[more]

Picture shows Janet sampling some surfaces in the Seweweekspoort, in the Cape Fold Belt, South Africa.

Congratulations to Janet Richardson, a PhD student in Dr Dave Hodgson’s research group. Janet has successfully secured a grant for £450 from the British Society for Geomorphology, which will be used for living costs whilst she...[more]

Doug Parker wins Vaisala Award for Weather Observing and Instrumentation for 2014[more]

What would our energy system look like in 2050 if the move to a low-carbon society was led by civil society?[more]