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Staff members within ELD contribute to the BSc programs Biology, Chemistry and Future Planet Studies, and MSc programs Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Earth Sciences.
Field course

We are keen to get students involved with laboratory, field and computational activities. Staff members within ELD make leading contributions to a wide range of bachelor level and masters level courses. ELD staff also support student research projects. These projects range from investigations of climate-vegetation dynamics, through soil properties, to tracking human impacts on ecosystems; and often include laboratory, field and/or computational practical elements. If you are interested in doing research for your bachelors project within ELD please check out the staff pages and contact the member of staff you are most interested in working with directly.

Links to degree programs and track where ELD staff play a major role:

BSc Biology

  • Ecosystem dynamics
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Palaeoecology
  • Tropical ecology

BSc Future Planet Studies

  • Analysis of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
  • Desertification and land degradation
  • Climate change and sea level rise
  • Food production
  • Future perspective on the Earth
  • Measurement strategies
  • Soil and crop quality
  • Soils and environment
  • Water management
  • World ecosystems

MSc Biological Sciences

  • Ecological water management
  • Environments through time
  • Experimental design and data analysis

MSc Earth Sciences

  • Assessment of chemical and natural hazards
  • Biogeochemical cycles
  • Climate change
  • Ecosystem management
  • Environmental measuring techniques
  • Field course geo-ecological systems
  • Integrated coastal dune management
  • Soil and landscape degradation

MSc Chemistry

  • Environmental Chemistry