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Welcome to the Environmental Science blog for the students of Victoria University of Wellington (VUW). The blogs posted here have been created by students doing an environmental science major, on a topic of their interest.
Header photo: Lake Rotoiti, South Island, New Zealand. The area is one of our undergraduate week-long field trip sites. Credit: Dez Tessler.
Environmental Science at VUW
Environmental science is an undergraduate major in the Bachelor of Science at VUW. We also offer postgraduate degrees: Master of Environmental Science (180 points, completed in 1 calendar year), Master of Science (Environmental Science) (240 points, completed in 2 years, including a thesis), and PhD.
School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences,
Victoria University of Wellington,
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- Coronavirus and the Environment June 18, 2020
- The El Niño/Southern oscillation and the rise and fall of the Incan Empire June 18, 2020
- They’re Not Frogotten: How Are New Zealand’s Native Amphibians Doing? June 18, 2020
- It’s Not Just a Temperature Rise! – Antarctic Sea Ice and Climate Change June 18, 2020
- Impacts of Sea Level Rise June 18, 2020