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Groundwater well in Africa

Groundwater resources in Africa resilient to climate change

8 August 2019

Groundwater – a vital source of water for drinking and irrigation across sub-Saharan Africa – is resilient to climate variability and change, according to a new study led by Cardiff University and UCL.

volcano magma chamber

Scientists uncover deep-rooted plumbing system beneath ocean volcanoes

8 August 2019

New study reveals that magma chambers sit at least 16 km beneath the Earth’s surface

Cave droplets

Cave droplets provide window into past climates

8 July 2019

Scientists unveil first global analysis of drip waters, which form stalagmites and stalactites, from 39 caves around the world

Mars

Mars mission for 250 pupils

5 July 2019

Annual event demonstrates breadth of careers in STEM

Greenland

Going wireless in Greenland

17 June 2019

Smart meters, climbing frames and Christmas baubles to play key role in science expedition

Mount Isa Mines workshop

Delivering professional training for Mount Isa Mines

24 May 2019

Researchers lead CPD workshop with Australian mining geologists.

Earth's core

More detailed picture of Earth’s mantle

20 May 2019

Study throws new light on the chemical composition beneath the surface of the Earth

Seismic section of a submarine basin

Petroleum Experts donate commercial software

24 April 2019

Structural modelling and analysis software donation to support postgraduate research.

Earth satellite image

Geographical Association Award for video collaboration

10 April 2019

School of Earth and Ocean Sciences and Time for Geography recognised for video collaboration.

Foraminifera art detail

Former lecturer donates scientific art to School

28 March 2019

Richard Bizley artwork depicting marine foraminifera to go on display.