Earth Sciences: Geo-ecological Dynamics (track)

The track Geo-ecological Dynamics deepens the student's knowledge of the different processes which play an important role in the functioning of geo-ecological systems.

Students deal with complex relationships between biogeochemical and geomorphological processes in terrestrial and adjacent aquatic ecosystems, and the influences of climate change and direct human impact. These relationships will be studied at different scales: from a molecular to a global level.

Students focus on measurement techniques, combining laboratory experiments with field inventories and monitoring programmes. They can also focus on computer modelling with GIS, remote sensing, spatial statistics or computer simulation models.

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Degree programme
MSc Earth Sciences
Regular study programme
120 ECTS, 24 months
Language of instruction
Starts in
February, September
CROHO code

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