The Department of Earth System Science and Policy provides interdisciplinary training toward graduate degrees for Master of Science, Master of Environmental Management and PhD. Additionally, the Department offers an undergraduate Minor in Sustainability Studies and collaborates with the Master of Public Health program to provide a Graduate Certificate in Environmental Health. The ESSP faculty is actively conducting research covering a variety of topics in the Earth system, including glaciology and water resources, environmental and natural economics, environmental science and policy, regional climate change and impact on hydrological cycle, optical oceanography, remote sensing of aquatic environment, sustainable biofuel, and forestry ecosystem.
The latest news blog by Dr. Rebecca Romsdahl: Red state rural America is acting on climate change - without calling it climate change
Spectral sea surface reflectance of... (more)
Congratulations to our Ph. D. student Afshin Shabani, who was recently awarded an NDWRRI... (more)