Earth Sciences

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The Earth Sciences focus area comprises a broad spectrum of field-, computational-, and laboratory-based research efforts, spanning all corners of Earth's surface, and from the upper reaches of the atmosphere to the depths of the inner core. As with all School of Earth and Space Exploration themes, many research thrusts thrive through the interdisciplinary efforts of its researchers. Field-based exploration takes members of the School's team from Yellowstone to Tibet to southern Africa, while the School's world-class laboratories enable exploration and discovery from within. Computational facilities at the School enable transformative discoveries through several in-house computer clusters, as well as extensive access to ASU's high-performance computing infrastructure. Arizona State Earth science research experiences for graduates and undergraduates are fulfilling, leading students to publish their research in high-profile research journals, win awards at major international research meetings, and land top jobs in both academia and industry.

Biogeoscience

 

 

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Continental Tectonics and Structural Geology

 

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Earth Surface Processes

 

 

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Geochemistry and Environmental Geochemistry

 

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Geophysics: Geodynamics and Seismology

 

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Petrology, Mineralogy, Mineral Physics, and Mineral Resources

 

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Volcanology and Volcanic Hazards

 

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