Geography, Geology and the Environment
Geography and Geology have been taught at Kingston for over 60 years.
There are currently 28 academic staff, as well as research assistants and a number of research students. We have human and physical geographers, GIS specialists, geologists, geochemists and environmental scientists. In addition to our full time-staff we also have a number of experienced part-time lecturing staff who contribute to our teaching across a range of courses.
There has been substantial investment in the development of its laboratories for teaching and research into subjects such as environmental monitoring, geology, geochemistry, mapping / GIS / computing facilities, and specialist instrumentation laboratories (e.g. nuclear metrology; laser raman spectroscopy; 3D mapping).
- Student-focussed, with emphasis on high-quality teaching
- Stimulating fieldwork programme
- Synergies between subjects within the School
Stuart Downward - Environmental Course Director
GGE Research Groups
Professor Nick Clifford from King’s College London will be giving the 2014-15 CEESR Annual Lecture on …