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abstract Investigate and produce an in-depth project about geohazards within a range of defined topics: atmospheric and hydrologic hazards; earthquakes; landslides; meteorite impacts; volcanoes; and tsunami.
  • SXG390
title Science project course: geosciences
description <div><p>This is the project module for the BSc (Honours) Natural Sciences. You will undertake individual investigations within a range of defined topics: natural hazards (atmospheric and hydrologic hazards; earthquakes; landslides; meteorite impacts; volcanoes; and tsunami) or past environmental change. You'll need access to scientific literature, probably from electronic library sources. The study materials provide a guide to planning and conducting project work; help with searching and using the literature; and writing a report, but ultimately this is a chance for you to plan and execute a piece of work for yourself.</p></div>

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