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Faculty and students in the School of Geosciences conduct a wide-variety of globally and locally relevant research.

Topics include (but are not limited to):

  • carbon sequestration,
  • petrophysics,
  • paleomagnetics,
  • stable isotope geochemistry (for climate proxies and other applications),
  • petroleum geochemistry,
  • water sustainability,
  • geodynamics,
  • water quality,
  • paleontology, and
  • exploration geophysics.

Our faculty receive research funding from a variety of sources, including federal grants from the National Science Foundation (4 currently) and Department of Energy (2 currently). Please contact us if you'd like to hear more about research opportunities in the School of Geosciences.