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About Earth and Environment at University of Leeds

Earth and Environment

Year: 2018/19


The School of Earth and Environment at the University of Leeds is a major international powerhouse for environmental research that has wide-ranging and positive impacts on the world that we live in.

Our research is carried out within five institutes which represent our core research areas, but much of our work is cross-cutting, tackling complex global challenges such as climate change, energy security and natural hazard management:

Earth Surface Science Institute

Institute of Applied Geoscience

Institute of Geophysics and Tectonics

Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science

Sustainability Research Institute

We welcome postgraduate researchers in any area covered by our research interests. For more information about PhD topics, and the range of possible funding opportunities, please visit our Research Degrees website.

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ESSI Research

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Michelle Lesnianski


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