Physical Geography

Universitetet i Bergen
2 år
Støttet av lånekassen

Physical Geography

The effects of climate changes and natural hazards are problems society must deal with to protect the population and preserve values. Physical Geography studies the exogenous processes that have shaped and shape the landscape.

We offer a wide range of master’s projects related to past and present climate and environmental changes in Norway:

Natural hazards (floods, storminess, storm floods, snow avalanches etc.)
Sea level changes
Hydrology and ground water
Periglacial processes and features
Caves and landscape development

As a master’s student in Physical Geography, you can contribute to societal safety and planning related to settlement, transport, water supply, and climate and energy transformation.

You will learn relevant skills for your master project through fieldwork, laboratory and theoretical courses, and an inclusive and informal social environment awaits you at the Department of Geography.

Kontaktinformasjon til Universitetet i Bergen

Universitetet i Bergen

Postboks 7800
5020 Bergen

Tlf: 55 58 00 00
Fax 55 58 96 43


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