Environmental Geology and Geochemistry

Environmental Geology is the branch of geology that's concerned with the interactions between humans and the geologic environment- rocks, water, air, soil, life. Environmental Geology is originally a way of applying geologic knowledge to identify, remediate and hopefully prevent environmental problems from occurring as a result of people. Environmental chemistry studies the processes controlling the distribution and availability of chemical species within the earth’s critical zone. By Combining chemistry, hydrology, hydrogeology, soil science, mineralogy, and microbiology, environmental geochemists examine processes including soil chemistry, chemical weathering, solute transport and deposition and biological uptake and release to traces the movement of nutrients and contaminants around the earth’s surface.


  • Hydrogeology
  • Mining
  • Recycling
  • Land use

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