Dr Natasha Stephen: Getting under the skin of the red planet
Getting under the skin of the red planet: in 2009 Dr Natasha Stephen chose a study topic that continues to take her work outside of the Earth's atmosphere
Coastal communities on the front line of climate change
Plymouth University research impact: Working to understand the forces at play within the coastal zone - and the impact and potential cost to society from increased storms and floods
Plymouth University: Centre for Research in Earth Sciences (CRES). Facilities including the palaeomagnetism laboratory, SoGEES research and microscopy labs, geochemistry, field equipment and the electron microscopy unit.
Profiles: earth science and sustainability
Plymouth University research impact: Profiles in earth science and sustainability
Expertise in GIS, map/illustration design, terrain modelling, air photo collection and interpretation, and other areas.
Lecture encourages people to learn more about rewilding
Plymouth University news: Two leading proponents of the use of rewilding as a means to enhance conservation and ecosystem restoration are coming to Plymouth University
Discover more about BSc (Hons) Physical Geography and Geology
BSc (Hons) Physical Geography and Geology - more information