The Quaternary History of the River Nile
What's on at Plymouth University: The Quaternary History of the River Nile. Mark Blacksell Public Lecture Spring 2017. Plymouth University, 8 February 2017.
Fieldwork - an essential part of studying geography at Plymouth University
Mark Blacksell Public Lecture Series
Mark Blacksell Public Lecture Series in geography
BSc (Hons) Physical Geography and Geology
Are you interested in how the Earth and its landscapes have changed over tens of millions of years or developing an understanding of natural hazards? Physical geography and geology examines how the Earth’s surface is shaped by natural and human processes.
Geography at Plymouth University
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
The School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences is comprised of four distinct areas, each delivering exceptional teaching, support and research.
BA (Hons) Geography
BA (Hons) Geography at Plymouth University explores the relationships between people, places and the environment. It is exciting and diverse, with a strong emphasis on applied skills and career development.
BA (Hons) Geography with International Relations
BA Geography with International Relations is an exciting combined honours programme delivering core principles of human geography, learnt with political, economic and social issues globally.
BSc (Hons) Geography with Ocean Science
BSc Geography with Ocean Science explores relationships between people, places and the environment, as well as physical oceanography.
BSc (Hons) Geography
BSc (Hons) Geography at Plymouth University explores the relationships between people, places and the environment, with modules covering the range of human and physical geography.