Introduction of Earth and Planetary Sciences:
Earth and Planetary Sciences research encompasses the study of our planet, its geological history, and the celestial bodies that populate our solar system and beyond.
Geology and Geophysics:
Investigating the Earth’s structure, composition, and processes, including the study of earthquakes, volcanoes, and plate tectonics.
Climatology and Climate Change:
Studying Earth’s climate system, weather patterns, and the impact of human activities on global climate change.
Exploring the geology and history of other planets and moons in our solar system, such as Mars, Venus, and the Moon.
Examining the physical, chemical, and biological properties of Earth’s oceans and their role in climate regulation and marine ecosystems.
Investigating the potential for life beyond Earth by studying extreme environments on our planet and searching for habitable conditions on other celestial bodies.