In Earth Sciences at Liverpool, we aim to understand the Earth from the core to surface. We employ field numerical techniques to provide an integrated approach to some of the most fundamental questions in our science.
We have unique, extensive and world-leading laboratory facilities for rock deformation, electron microscopy, geomagnetism, volcanology, seismology and isotopes. We also passionate about fieldwork and conduct field studies in all parts of the globe. There is a tremendous breadth in our Earth Science research and we are internationally recognised for our studies of both the solid Earth and Earth surface processes.
We currently have active research in the following topics;
- Deformation and Microstructures
- Seismology and Geodynamics
- Sedimentary Geology
The School of Environmental Sciences provides a focus for national and international research collaboration, via a number of well-known centres hosted at the University.
Run in association with organisations such as Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), these centres are influencing worldwide environmental opinion and policy.