At the end of November 2015 I participated to a 10-days field-work in Tasmania with the research group led by Dr. Michael Fletcher from the department of Geography of the University of Melbourne. The aim of this field-work was to … Read More »
There are still a few positions available to go on the GEOS3220 field trip from the 14th-19th of February. If you are interested in going please email Hannah Power asap to enrol.
Several Earth Science and Environmental Science students have recently completed a research project as part of their third year of studies. This research project helps students develop essential skills in practical research and report writing, and can also assist in … Read More »
Over 3 days during September ~30 students went to Pacific Palms to look at sedimentary rocks and the depositional environments they formed in. This field trip involved some rock climbing, dolphin watching, looking at fossils and trekking through Booti Booti … Read More »
On the weekend of the 12th of September ~70 students travelled around Booti Booti National Park, Port Macquarie and Mt Seaview to look at a traverse across an ancient arc-forearc-subduction/accretion system. Over the two days we looked at the rock … Read More »
Written by Valentina Vanghi During the first week of September 2015 my supervisor Dr. Andrea Borsato and went to Italy for sampling two caves: Frasassi cave (Central Italy) and Lamalunga cave (South Italy). I really enjoyed this great experience. It … Read More »
The course and fieldtrip will provide insight into coastal features including beaches, estuaries and inlets as well as the processes that shape these features: waves, currents, and tides. During the course you will gain knowledge in coastal environments and processes … Read More »
Silvia Frisia was invited to talk at a public meeting attended by 150 people ran by the Trentino Climate Observatory and the Department of Civil Protection on the 9th of October. The conference was titled ‘From Antarctica to the Alps: … Read More »