15 June 2018
School achieves bronze status in NUS Green Impact scheme
22 May 2018
Evaluating the scientific validity of qualitative metrics used in climate change impact research.
4 May 2018
Student mentors from the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences celebrated at annual awards event
12 April 2018
Leading climate change models could be overestimating stability of ocean conveyer belt that warms the UK
11 April 2018
Academics will once again bring science to the masses as part of world’s largest festival of public science talks
9 March 2018
New study shows for the first time the fundamental role that sea ice plays in naturally occurring climate cycles
19 February 2018
First land plants developed on Earth much earlier than fossil records suggest, new study shows
16 February 2018
Surprising new findings suggest a complete rethink of the evolution of land plants on Earth
2 February 2018
New curriculum aims to raise awareness of marine pollution among school children
18 January 2018
Environmental Geography students are asking Cardiff businesses to take part in No Straw Stand campaign
20 December 2017
Westeros has a climate in winter similar to that of Lapland, and Casterly Rock has a climate similar to that of Houston, Texas
11 December 2017
International practice SRK Consulting organise careers day for geology and exploration students.
4 December 2017
Cardiff researchers are using innovative tools to address threats to global water supply
23 November 2017
Sea floor sediments uncover influential role of North Atlantic circulation in controlling Europe’s climate over the past 3000 years
23 October 2017
Intricate web of woody strands inside 374-million-year-old tree trunks point to most complicated trees to have ever grown on Earth
13 October 2017
We regret to report the death of Professor Michael Brooks.
New study shows that oceans with worms and clams enhance the release of methane into the atmosphere up to eight times more than oceans without them
12 October 2017
Scientists develop rainstorm generator to improve climate change predictions surrounding extreme rainfall events.
15 September 2017
The inaugural conference of the UK Paleoclimate Society was held at Cardiff University
1 September 2017
New research suggests that an extreme global warming event 56 million years ago was driven by massive CO2 emissions from volcanoes.
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