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Research poles


 

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The Institute of Earth Sciences (ISTE) of the Faculty of Geosciences and Environment (FGSE) is made of five research poles, namely :

 

Near-surface geophysics icon.jpg Hydrogeophysics and Environmental Geophysics: Conce
Geodynamics icon.jpg Geodynamics, Tectonics and Structural Geology: Geodynamics
Igneous and metamorphic petrology icon.jpg Igneous & metamorphic Petrology: The
Paleoclimatology and sedimentology icon.jpg Paleoclimatology and Sedimentology: The study of envi
Risk analysis icon.jpg Risk analysis and Geological Hazards: The focus of risk analysis consists in the study of natural and environmental risks and their perception in the society, particula

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Igneous & metamorphic Petrology: The modern study of igneous and metamorphic rocks involves a multidisciplinary approach through chemistry and ...

Geodynamics, Tectonics and Structural geology: Geodynamics deals with the modelling of rock deformation at all scales, from the intra-crystalline deformation of minerals up to continental accretion and ...

Hydrogeophysics and Environmental Geophysics: Concern for the environment has been steadily increasing for the past several decades. This awareness has led to increased efforts to clean up ...

Paleoclimatology and Sedimentology: The study of environmental change through time from the sedimentary and fossil record is a key issue in our understanding of the ...

Risk analysis and Geological hazards: The focus of risk analysis consists in the study of natural and environmental risks and their perception in the society, particularly by studying the ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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