Welsh coast

Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences research impact

Research from the University of Liverpool’s Department of Earth Ocean and Ecological Sciences has had significant impact on a wide range of organisations. The department’s academics can access state-of-the-art analytical facilities and are internationally recognised experts in their fields, working with governments, NGOs and a range of industrial partners.

Earth scientists are developing energy supply solutions from fundamental exploration to optimising its production for industry, work that includes hazard-related issues such as volcanic eruptions and artificially-induced earthquakes. Department ocean scientists work on matters relating to marine pollution and ocean-atmosphere-CO2 issues that feed into and influence national and international policy making initiatives. And ecologists have long worked on matters relating to land management, experience with expertise that has led to numerous changes in recommended farming practice.

Oceans - a changing climate and policy Arctic ocean and icebergs

Health of the oceans

Researchers at the University of Liverpool are informing policymakers how human actions and the changing climate are affecting the balance of complex biogeochemical processes in the oceans.

Earthquake hazard assessment Earthquake hazard assessment

Earthquake hazard assessment

Pioneering research at Liverpool is reducing uncertainty in the quantification of seismic hazards and providing state-of-the art solutions to government and industry.

Next-generation geoscientists A level Geology teachers on course

Engaging next-generation geoscientists

For 30 years, the University of Liverpool has been bringing geology teachers across the UK together and supporting them to deliver inspiring A-Level geology lessons.

Bracken and intractable weeds Bracken control

Bracken and intractable weeds: control and habitat restoration

Research from the University of Liverpool’s School of Environmental Sciences provides approved guidance for the control of bracken and the regeneration of more useful habitats.

Postgraduate research students

Postgraduate research

Our students are central to our research success, as highly productive members of our research community. As a postgraduate student here, you'll benefit from excellent research training and supervision.