Two major thrusts of research exist in our department: Environmental Studies and Geosciences.
We conduct basic and applied research to the functioning of Earth’s biophysical systems including agriculture, along with political, economic, educational and social systems.
Excellence in the fields of remote sensing, geographic information systems, and ecotoxicology have allowed us to provide rapid responses to environmental disasters.
Learn more about the research efforts of Agroecology program members.
Our graduate students work closely with faculty mentors to produce meaningful research.