Earth Sciences is arguably more diverse than any other subject, including as it does, aspects of biology, geography, environmental science, physics, chemistry, engineering, and computing to name but a few.
An Earth Sciences degree will set you up to address society's changing needs from the sustainable use of resources, to predicting natural hazards and mitigating environmental change.
Although preparing academically is important, the most vital skill a Earth Sciences student can have is a passion for the subject. The resources listed below will help develop your curiosity before arriving at university:
Live Lecture Series
Earth’s wandering magnetic field Hosted by Dr Marco Maffionehttps://bham-ac-uk.zoom.us/rec/share/--54E7DosWROZ53os375Zv4GXYH4eaa82nMb__NcnxoznvYXKj-iBK2CR0wlUS4DPassword: 2u**66?W Back ground reading:Geomagnetic field intensityPre-Mesozoic Paleomagnetism Past Climate Change and Societal Collapse? Hosted by Dr James Bendlehttps://bham-ac-uk.zoom.us/rec/share/xOhSPprQ9XxIcImO6nD4U_4nF9S8eaa80yJIr_tfyUiK3d_AHZQ8CH3qIJrpVxAmPassword: 1F*!934@Background Reading:Why the Maya FellClimate as a contributing factor in the demis of Angkor Cultural Responses to Climate Change When Volcanoes Cause Tsunamis Hosted by;Dr Sebastian Watthttps://bham-ac-uk.zoom.us/rec/share/6t5wdZXJzGZLcq_M-kTlZZAGR7XET6a82nAZ-6IMzkcO5IHCPvRsyYEjAwBcjmTzPassword: bQ3mh+XSBackground Reading:Volcanic CollapseTsunami ModellingAnak Krakatau Sector Collapse Jurassic brain teasers - inside the heads of dinosaurs Hosted by Dr Stephan Lautenschlagerhttps://bham-ac-uk.zoom.us/rec/share/wOxLBLjr_T5JYtLp9GDSC4QuLKPcX6a8gClMr6VbnUwDa-clMSBEUXFdlSBtehVmPassword: f3m=5snm Background Reading:Reconstructing The PastDigitally Constructing Endocranial CastsNew Insights Into the Brain, Braincase, and Ear Region of Tyrannosaurs