UCL Earth Sciences

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The Earth Sciences department is a vibrant, intellectual community of staff, affiliated researchers and students. We have a diverse and international faculty engaged in broad spectrum of research, we promote excellence and strive to inspire through challenging teaching.

  • Staff

    Staff

    Academic, Research Fellows, Research Staff, Technical Staff, Administrative Staff, Affiliate (Honorary) Staff, and Emeritus Staff Take a look
  • Students

    Research Students

    We are a research department engaged in training graduate students at master and doctoral levels Take a look

To learn more about the members of our department, visit our Staff & Research Students pages.

Key Contacts

Position

Name

Phone

Email

Head of Department Prof. Lars Stixrude 020 7679 7929 email
Undergraduate Admissions Tutor Dr. Ian Wood
020 7679 2405
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Undergraduate Tutor Dr. Wendy Kirk
020 7679 7900 email
Graduate Tutor Prof. Graham Shields-Zhou
020 7679 7821 email
Affiliate Student Tutor, Webmaster, Data Protection Coordinator Danuta Kaminski 020 7679 2393 email
Chair of the Teaching Committee Prof. Paul Bown
020 7679 2431 email
Chair of the Syllabus Committee Dr. Paul Upchurch 020 7679 7947 email
Chair of the Examinations Committee Prof Dario Alfè 020 7679 2361 email
Departmental Manager Leisa Clemente 020 7679 3031 email
Financial Administrator Celine Ahmed 020 7679 2334 email
Academic Administrator Susie Rizvi
020 7679 2363 email
Head of Laboratories, Departmental Estates Manager, Departmental Safety Officer John Bowles 020 7679 2372
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A geologist should be well versed in chemistry, natural philosophy, mineralogy, zoology, comparative anatomy, botany; in short, in every science relating to organic and inorganic nature...

Charles Lyell
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The big questions about the Earth can be answered by the interactions between atmosphere hydrosphere solid earth and biosphere.

Prof. Lars Stixrude - ES

We shouldn't focus too much on the year-to-year variations; it's the long-term trend that is important. All climate models participating in the next IPCC report show that the Arctic will become ice-free in summers as temperatures continue to warm

Prof. Julienne Stroeve - ES
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Geology is rapidly taking its place as an introduction to the higher history of man.

James Dwight Dana