How does the Earth work? Why is it habitable? How will human activities affect its future? Research in our department spans an unusually broad range of subjects, encourages interactions among the subdisciplines listed below, and involves fieldwork, laboratory experiments, theory and numerical modeling.
Associated Research Programs
More information: Public Video Lectures
More about our research
- Public Video Lectures
- Geosciences Courses
- Graduate Studies
- Guyot Science is a summary of the research progress and accomplishments made by the Faculty Members of the Department of Geosciences.
- Introduction to Geosciences Library Research
Speaker: Emily C. Wild, Chemistry, Geosciences and Environmental Studies Librarian, Princeton University
This webinar is an introduction and overview on how to find publications, data, models, and other sources within the Geosciences Department topics, such as Climate Science, Geochemistry, Geology, Geophysics, and Paleoclimates.