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Geography Soil and Sediment Processing Laboratory

This dedicated space allows you to prepare sediments and soils for analysis, as well as carry out slope stability experiments – particularly when doing your dissertation research. Sediment and soil sieves, an oven, furnace, refrigerator, Tullgren funnels and slope stability equipment will all help you to achieve your research objectives.

 

Equipment:

  • Sediment and Soil Sieves
  • Oven
  • Furnace
  • Refrigerator
  • Tullgren Funnels

 

Viewing our Facilities and Equipment:

Come and see the Geography Soil and Sediment Processing Laboratory for yourself at one of our Open Days.

 

Geography Research:

The department’s research is supported by significant investment in facilities.  Examples of impact include the Gender and Disaster Network (GDN), which explores how women and children are affected by global disaster policy and practice, and the Disaster and Development Network (DDN), whose work helps some of the most marginalised and impoverished communities in the world, across 22 countries and four continents.

 

Studying Geography at Northumbria:

Studying for a Geography related undergraduate or postgraduate degree with Northumbria University will give you the opportunity to investigate the wide range of economic, environmental, social, political and cultural processes impacting upon today's world and help develop solutions to these problems.

Undergraduate Study

We offer a wide range of undergraduate programmes from Environmental Management to Physical Geography, designed to give you an edge in your future career. Our programmes are professionally focused and offer an optional placement year and field trips. With extensive professional accreditation across all of our courses, our undergraduate programmes will provide the ideal foundation for work or further study.

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Postgraduate Study

Our postgraduate programmes from Disaster Management and Sustainable Development to Environmental Health have been specially tailored for the next stage for your academic career to either deepen your knowledge of your chosen field, changing career direction or taking a step towards professional status.

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Distance Learning

Distance Learning offers the opportunity to study wherever you are based in the world without having to be step foot on campus. Northumbria’s online environment is highlight supportive with continuous interaction with tutors and other students through virtual seminars and the latest online discussion groups.

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Postgraduate Research

If you're interested in joining one of our Doctoral research degree programmes, please find more information about all our opportunities at the Graduate School.


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From robotics to photovoltaics, cosmic rays to smart materials, Physics and Electrical Engineering’s pioneering research focuses on a wide range of issues.

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