Research and Innovation
The Geography department is involved in many different research projects. Explore our innovative work in teaching and research, or search for a potential research partner or supervisor.
Research in this area concentrates on atmospheric, coastal, and snow and ice processes, with links to the Health and Environment theme.
Geospatial research is the study of geographic information, and how we collect, store, manage, analyse, and visualise it and we are tackling a range of topics in this area.
Our research focuses on how the social and physical environment interact to influence personal health outcomes and behaviours.
Geography is known for combining innovative teaching - in the field, in labs, for individual students and groups - with more traditional approaches.
Atmospheric research conducted in UC's Geography department has been commercialised and is used on projects throughout the world.
Geography facilitates learning through community engagement where possible and opportunities exist for this at all levels.