Tom Doyle attended the University of Newcastle Central Coast open day as a representative of Earth Science. Tom’s presentation was well received by students and peers generating an interest in all facets of Earth Science. If you would like to … Read More »
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.
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, … Read More »
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 … Read More »
In February 2018, Dr Hannah Power and 13 undergraduate students travelled to Pacific Palms for a seven-day, six-night intensive fieldwork course as a component of GEOS3220 Coastal Environments and Processes. Staff and students stayed at Pacific Palms Caravan Park, a … Read More »
On May 5th 2017, ENVS3007 Environmental Remediation students visited a former “town gas” work site in Clyde St, Hamilton. Students were shown around the site by a member of Jemena, the company which is currently responsible for monitoring and … Read More »
Still deciding what to enroll in for Semester 2 this year? Take a look at the GEOS3280 field trip, that is only on offer every few years, going to New Zealand’s North Island during the September mid-semester break. For more … Read More »
On the 16th of August 23 students took part a one day fieldtrip in the first of three field trips to local beaches and headland outcrops as part of the Earths Sedimentary Rocks and Environments course. We spent the day … Read More »