Dig down into environmental geology.
Environmental Geology looks at the interaction between geology or geoscience, and our living environment. You’ll explore geological and hydrogeological resources like fossil fuels, minerals and water, as well as how geological processes and hazards influence human activities (and vice versa). With a major in Environmental Geology, your future could involve seeking and monitoring safe locations for waste removal, mining and nuclear sites, or development projects.
A major in Environmental Geology consists of:
You may find yourself working in geological surveying, natural resource management, pollution control or mining.
Potential occupations include:
Potential employers include:
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