Our researchers are involved in palaeoclimate and environmental research, mineral resources, geochemistry, palaeontology, marine geology, hydrogeology and other geosciences.
The Department of Geology is responsible for bachelor's and master's degree programmes in mineral resources (in Estonian, for now), the aim of which is to train geologists and mining engineers. Doctoral studies in geology and geotechnology are part of the curriculum of physical sciences.
The Department's modern laboratories support research and teaching and are able to provide various services also outside the university.
Weekly Department seminars are free to attend, either on-site or on-line.
The Department participates in a number of local and international research projects.
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