2 Fields, 12 Laboratories, 43 Professors
The College of Geoscience comprises two fields of study: Geoenvironmental Sciences and Earth Evolution Sciences. Geoenvironmental Sciences explore the nature of, and processes in, the atmosphere, hydrosphere and on the Earth’s surface as well as their interaction with human and biological activities. Earth Evolution Sciences study structure, composition, history and mechanics of the Earth by quantitative geological, physical, chemical and biological methods for forecasting the future. Each field has 6 labs, and most labs have multiple professors. The total number of academic staff members is 43.