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Geosciences and Earth Science

Coordinator: Jeff Stilwell.

Advice on suitable combinations of units for various Geosciences and Earth Science streams is available from the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment.  All students are urged to seek advice before choosing sequences of units. For further details of the program please contact the third year coordinator, Jeff Stilwell

Units:

  • ESC3162: Ore Deposit Geology and Global Metallogeny
  • ESC3180: Field Mapping
  • ESC3190: Hydrogeology and environmental geoscience
  • EAE3000; Earth, atmosphere and environment research project
  • ESC3201: Deformation of the Crust
  • ESC3232: The dynamic biosphere: Changing fauna and flora through geological time
  • ESC3311: Geophysics: Regional Mapping
  • ESC3332: Global Dynamics and Crustal Evolution
  • ESC3421: Igneous and Metamorphic processes and Geochemistry
  • ESC3900: Dynamic Earth

Atmospheric Sciences

Coordinator: Dietmar Dommenget.

Students taking a major sequence in Atmospheric Science should take at least two of ATM3040, ATM3050, and ESC3887, although some substitution is allowed with the approval of the coordinator. Students taking a major sequence are encouraged to include MTH3360 Fluid Dynamics.

Units:

  • ATM3040: Physical meteorology
  • ATM3050: Dynamical meteorology
  • ESC3887: Designing urban futures: Urban climate, water and adaptation

Geography and Environmental Science

Coordinator: Vanessa Wong.

Units:

  • ESC3259: Geographical information systems (GIS) for environmental management
  • ESC3552: Remote sensing of the environment
  • ESC3545: Environmental hydrology
  • ESC3788: Soils, landscape and their management
  • ESC3791: Environmental change: Past to future
  • ESC3887: Designing urban futures: Urban climate, water and adaptation
  • EAE3900: Landscape, environment and sustainability in Italy
  • EAE5258: Geographical information systems (GIS) for environmental science
  • ENS5320: Climate change, energy and human security