Most research activities will either occur in academic departments or in research institutes (which may either be in universities or external). Both of these are included in this category.
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Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic: Institute of Geology
Research includes structural geology, magnetostratigraphy, petrology, geochemistry of endogenous and exogenous processes, economic geology, phytopaleontology and zoopaleontology, Quaternary geology and environmental sciences.
Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences: Geology Institute
Undertakes fundamental research, and applied research in various fields of geology, geophysics, geochemistry, ecogeology and other Earth sciences.
Geology and Geophysics Research Group
At the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK. Research includes the tectonics and dynamics of active plate boundaries and continental margins, deep-water sedimentation processes, fault system growth and high resolution geophysics.
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology: Institute of Geology
Research activities include structural geology and tectonics, climate geology, micropaleontology, engineering geology and earth surface process.
Tallinn University of Technology: Institute of Geology
Independent research, development and teaching institution. Includes a history of the Institute, its structure, staff, research, laboratory, services and teaching.
University of Aberdeen: Geology and Petroleum Geology
Research themes include sediment flux, climate change and tectonics; tectonics and structural geology; terrestrial ecosystems; deep-water frontiers; geofluids and porous media; meteorite impacts and astrobiology.
University of British Columbia: Mineral Deposit Research Unit
Collaborative venture between UBC and the mining industry. Research is focused on mineral exploration related problems.
University of California, Davis: Geology Department: DY Sumner's Group
Provides information on present and past graduate and undergraduate students and their research interests.
University of Leicester: Crustal Process Group
Investigates the evolution of the Earth's crust, and its interrelationships with the mantle, hydrosphere and atmosphere.
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