As a doctoral student at the Department of Earth Sciences, you will develop skills to independently formulate problems and tools to critically examine research findings.
Here, doctoral studies are carried out in different subject areas: geography, geology, environmental science, physical geography and natural science. Research is usually done in research teams and can take you to exotic locations such as Antarctica, the Amazon, the Pacific or our own northern Latnjajaure field station. The doctoral programme involves four years of study and usually includes a certain amount of tuition.
PhD projects at the Department of Earth Sciences
Here you find information about current PhD projects at the Department of Earth Sciences and contact information to our…
Studying our health using the annual rings of trees
Weather data is only available for about the past 100 years. To go further back in time, the annual rings of trees can be…