The Department of Earth Sciences is located in Geocentrum, a building we share with The Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU). We are situated right next to the Botanical garden.
Regular opening hours
Campus Management: 10.00-11.45 och 13.00-14.45
On Campus Gotland the department conducts education and research in wind energy.
Jobs & Vacancies
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Internal environmental work
The Department of Earth Sciences aims to be at the forefront of the environmental work at the university. Protecting the environment and considering future generations form the basis of our education and research. Environment and sustainable development are taken into account in all decisions, and the department is continuously working to reduce its own impact on the environment.
Earth Sciences Library
The Earth Sciences Library is a library for researchers, teachers, students and others interested in the field of earth sciences and sustainable development. The library provides you with study places, group working areas and a special computer with the following software’s installed: ArcGIS, Saga GIS, Quantum GIS. The complete edition of ArkivSök (Arken) is also available. Contact a librarian on duty to be logged in.
- G E T - Geodata Extraction Tool. Maps and geographical data from SGU (Geological Survey of Sweden), Lantmäteriet, Swedish Transport Administration, SCB (Statistics Sweden) and Swedish Maritime Administration.
- Research guides - Find literature within the field of earth sciences and sustainable development. Articles, books, subject databases, encyclopedias and much more.
Finn Malmgrens pris
Finn Malmgren var en äventyrare, upptäckare, polarforskare och meteorolog vid meteorologiska institutionen i Uppsala.
Vart tredje år utdelar institutionen för geovetenskaper ett pris till hans minne för insatser som rör arktisk forskning.
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