Student experience 11th February 2021
Jasmine Vallabh is a Student Ambassador and currently in her second year of a BSc Environmental Science degree. As a student taking the Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology pathway within this degree programme, naturally, Jasmine has been considering the environmental impact of Covid-19 and shares her thoughts with us in this blog post.
Meet the Department 21st May 2020
The common first year of our undergraduate degree programmes provides new students with the skills they need to specialise on any of our Pathways starting from year 2. Our common first year also allows students to transfer between courses if their interests shift during their first year – between Environmental Science and Earth and Planetary Science. We would now like to introduce you to the teaching teams for the common first year…
Research and impact 22nd January 2020
Dr James Allan, Reader in Atmospheric Science here at the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, explains more about the effects of wildfires. James highlighted some of the science behind wildfires that feeds their connection to climate change, including the damaging effects of black carbon.
Research and impact 6th January 2020
PhD student Emma Burns takes us along on her Arctic adventure to better understand the input of terrestrial nitrogen into the Arctic Ocean. On her first expedition, she encounters the midnight sun, a polar bear, and the formidable Megacorer.
Student experience 8th October 2019
Second year Environmental Science student Emma Bishop told us about her experience volunteering in Uganda during the summer of 2019.
Welcome to EES 27th August 2019
Professor Martin Gallagher spoke to us about the Atmospheric and Climate Science Pathway within our undergraduate Environmental Science degree.
Research and impact 20th August 2019
Dr Neil Mitchell shared details of an upcoming workshop sponsored by Interridge, with the aim of identifying priority areas for research in all aspects of islands and seamounts located near to ridges, including geological, oceanographic and biological aspects.
Welcome to EES 20th August 2019
Dr Robert Sansom spoke to us about the Palaeobiology Pathway within our undergraduate Earth and Planetary Sciences degree.