Our broad, multidisciplinary research integrates the physical and social sciences of climate science, meteorology and geoscience. We are making important contributions to creating more just societies and more sustainable environments.
Faculty of Science researchers conduct diverse and varied research in our state-of-the-art facilities. Our scientists are global leaders in their fields, finding solutions to the biggest issues we face today.
The research within the School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences is built upon extensive expertise in geography, geoscience and atmospheric science, ranging from the social sciences through to the quantitative physical sciences. In addition to discipline expertise, we have strength in a number of multi-disciplinary areas including: climate change; resource futures; space, place and social change; environmental hazards; indigenous knowledges and Earth system interactions.
Explore our research prospectus to find out what projects our leading academics are investigating.
Research groups and themes
The School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences explores some of the broadest areas of study and research you could imagine - from geochemistry to indigenous geographies, and from tectonics to cloud processes.
If you are considering graduate research with us, this is your chance to meet our research groups and see the kinds of projects you could get involved in.
Learn more about our research
Our researchers are involved in a number of different research centres and institutes.
Research infrastructure and facilities
World-class research combines great minds with great tools, and the School uses a range of cutting edge resources from chemistry labs to cyclone trackers.
Research projects and fellowships
See the research projects that are currently funded thanks to the support we receive from the Australian Research Council and our partners.