Earth, Atmosphere & Environment

Earth, Atmosphere and Environment

From the red plains of Broken Hill to Antarctica, we study the Earth’s core, its atmosphere and everything in between. A new, hands-on way to explore and learn earth sciences.

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Gold digger – scientists identify new areas for gold exploration

A study led by Monash geologists has provided new insights on where gold explorers should consider looking for the precious metal.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment

Hidden past of Earth’s oldest continents unearthed

Greenland

New international research involving Monash University geologists presents a novel way to understand the structure and formation of our oldest continents.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment 28 January 2020

Extraordinarily warm temperatures above Antarctica cause hot and dry extremes in Australia, researchers warn

Changes in springtime winds high above the South Pole are set to trigger higher than usual temperatures and fire-prone weather conditions in Australia, an international study involving Monash scientists has warned.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment

Monash study sheds new light on how the Earth’s crust was formed

A new international study led by a Monash geoscientist has found that more crust was formed on the early Earth than previously thought.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment 1 January 1970
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Global Day of Climate Action, why it matters

There is no doubt about it – climate change is one of the biggest threats to civilisation, according to Professor Andrew Mackintosh, who heads the Monash School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment (EAE).

Earth Atmosphere and Environment
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