Physical Geography & Environmental Sciences covers the interdisciplinary study of physical geography & environment, understanding how natural and human processes affect our planet including soils, vegetation, water, landforms and climate throughout time. Physical Geography & Environmental Science students analyse and synthesise complex environmental, economic, social and political information to enable a geographical understanding of humans, environments and the planet.
The School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment is based on the Clayton campus. Library materials are held mainly in the Hargrave-Andrew Library with some related materials held in most branches, including the Sir Louis Matheson Library. The Map Collection at the Hargrave-Andrew Library includes texts and maps relevant to physical geography & environment.
Librarians can help you with:
Please email your Librarian to make an appointment
Learning skills advisers assist students in improving their academic language and approaches to learning, including:
Drop-in sessions with learning skills advisers are offered at all Library branches and run during each semester. No bookings are required for these 10-15 minute consultations, during which you can seek assistance with any aspect of your academic study.