School of Earth and Environment

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Researchers used satellite measurements to chart the A68A iceberg’s area and thickness change throughout its life cycle

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An image of A68A iceberg approaching the island of South Georgia (14 December 2020). The left hand part of the image are clouds.
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Researchers awarded Research England policy support funding

Seven research teams from the School of Earth and Environment have been awarded funding for new policy engagement projects

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MSc students at the School of EArth and Environment
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Queen's Anniversary Prize

The UK’s highest accolade for universities and colleges has been awarded to the University for research into tropical weather systems and climate science

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A village on the edge of a desert about to be engulfed by a sandstorm.
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