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Green Impact Award

15 June 2018

School achieves bronze status in NUS Green Impact scheme

 Murrumbidgee River

The dos and don'ts of hydroclimate metric use

22 May 2018

Evaluating the scientific validity of qualitative metrics used in climate change impact research.

Earth student mentor

Student Mentor Celebration Event

4 May 2018

Student mentors from the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences celebrated at annual awards event

North Atlantic Circulation

Atlantic circulation weakest for over 1500 years

12 April 2018

Leading climate change models could be overestimating stability of ocean conveyer belt that warms the UK

Pint of Science

‘Pint of Science’ returns to Cardiff pubs

11 April 2018

Academics will once again bring science to the masses as part of world’s largest festival of public science talks

Ice Age

Unravelling the mystery of ice ages using ancient molecules

9 March 2018

New study shows for the first time the fundamental role that sea ice plays in naturally occurring climate cycles

lava fields

The greening of planet Earth

19 February 2018

First land plants developed on Earth much earlier than fossil records suggest, new study shows

Liverwort plant

Complex plants were first to conquer land

16 February 2018

Surprising new findings suggest a complete rethink of the evolution of land plants on Earth

Oil sheen resulting from the Exxon Valdez accident

Educating environmental awareness

2 February 2018

New curriculum aims to raise awareness of marine pollution among school children

Plastic straws

Earth students take a stand against plastic pollution

18 January 2018

Environmental Geography students are asking Cardiff businesses to take part in No Straw Stand campaign