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 The Earth's interior comprises a dynamic amalgamation of rocks and fluids in constant flux, undergoing transformation and fragmentation. Recent advancements in seismic technology have bestowed us with the ability to peer into virtually every recess of our planet, serving as a formidable instrument for investigating the Earth's inner workings. Contemporary techniques, underpinned by high-performance computing, high-pressure mineral physics, and isotope geochemistry, have made significant strides in comprehending the planet's ever-evolving dynamics.

Understanding the surface processes of the Earth and mitigating their associated hazards have become imperative tasks in modern society. The geosphere program is dedicated to leveraging and advancing geological and geophysical methodologies to unravel the structure and evolution of our dynamic planet. It is also committed to integrating and applying this knowledge within the Earth system for the sake of sustainable development, meeting the diverse needs of society.


Related courses

  1. Introductory Earth System Science
  2. Solid Earth
  3. Isotope geochemistry
  4. Seismic Data Analysis
  5. High frequency seismology
  6. Introduction to Volcanic Processes
  7. Earthquake Forecasting
  8. Advanced Electromagnetic Exploration
  9. Geology and Tectonics
  10. Seismic Studies on Atmosphric, Hydrosphric and Lithospheric Processes
  11. Environmental Isotope Geochemistry
  12. General Geophysics
  13. Low frequency seismology
  14. Exploration Seismologyusing Active and Passive Sources
  15. Seismic Hazard Assessment
  16. Geochronology
  17. Special Topics on Synthetic Aperture Radar (I)
  18. Special Topics on Synthetic Aperture Radar (II)
  19. Marine Geophysics