Geography, Earth and environment at Brighton

Practising environmental geophysics techniques out in the field

As part of a module on exploration geology, third year geology students went to the Sheepcote valley landfill site to practice field techniques in environmental geophysics. The exercise involved using ground electrical conductivity, changes in the Earth’s magnetic field and natural radiation to map out the boundaries of the buried site.

Our first year field trip to Greece

Our first year Geography and Environmental Sciences students set off on a fieldtrip to Greece in their first semester at Brighton.

Wetlands under threat. Inaugral lecture from Professor Christopher Joyce

One of the most important ecosystems that have benefitted humans for thousands of years is under threat from environmental change.

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