UPPSALA UNIVERSITY (UU)

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The primary mission of the Department of Earth Sciences is to improve the understanding of processes acting in the geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere today, in the past, and how society can interact sustainably with those processes. The Department’s traditional focus on basic research has been complemented by applied research. The basic and applied research efforts are intertwined and mutually supportive. The largest section in the department is Air, Water and Landscape Science (Luval). A key goal for LUVAL is to identify how human activity, climate and landscape evolution interact over different temporal and spatial scales to influence ecosystem services. The disciplinary subjects in Luval are Hydrology, Meteorology, Physical Geography, and the applied subject Environmental Analysis.

 

Contact person:

Dr. Claudia Teutschein: claudia.teutschein@geo.uu.se



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