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The World Around You

The Department of Earth Sciences at Syracuse University is a community of scholars with diverse interests in the nature of our planet: environmental geology, wetland hydrogeology, crustal evolution, sedimentology, isotope geochemistry, paleobiology, paleolimnology, and global environmental change. Faculty in our Department are all established research scientists. Choose from undergraduate and graduate programs leading to careers in industry, government, private consulting, and academia.

News & Events

Spring 2014 K. D. Nelson Lecture Series
Friday 2/7/14, Emily Chin, Brown University
Pat Bickford GSA interview
Pat is interviewed regarding the two GSA special papers he edited for the 125th anniversary of the GSA
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The geological significance of 40Ar/39Ar and Rb–Sr white mica ages from Syros...
new phengite dates for greenschist facies and blueschist...
Stable isotopes of water show deep seasonal recharge in...
This paper deals with the movement of groundwater in the peatlands...
Likeness among detrital zircon populations...
recent advances in the rapid collection of detrital zircon age data...
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