Have a look below at some of the stunning pictures taken in New Zealand on the GEOS3280 field trip, 2017. You can enroll in GEOS3280 for semester 2, 2018.
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Want to travel to New Zealand for an 8 day intensive field trip? GEOS3280 has you covered. With Dr Silvia Frisia and her team you will explore New Zealand and gain first hand knowledge on past climate changes, glacial cycles, modern glacier fluctuations and the effects of “geology in action” on the landscape of the […]
Studying science? Do you enjoy field and laboratory work? Are you interested in learning more about soil; resources, physical processes, chemical processes and biology? If yes, then consider enrolling in GEOS2060 (Callaghan, Semester 2 2018). This course has had exceptional student feedback, scoring between 4-5 out of 5 for all assessed criteria which include assessment, […]
Source: http://oceanfit.com.au/figure-eight-pools-royal-national-park/ Wave Processes and Overwash Hazard on a High-Energy Rock Platform On one form of social media or another, you’ve probably seen images of the spectacular Figure Eight Pools rock platform in the Royal National Park. You may have also seen how hazardous these picturesque natural pools can be. At the upcoming COPEP seminar, Hannah […]
GEOS3250: Geographic Information Systems students recently engaged in a poster session where they presented a given poster topics to their peers. The topics focused on exploring the world of GIS and remote sensing. Students were required to present their posters as well as mark other students posters. This gave everybody the opportunity to answer […]