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Geoscience Resources


Use all the tools at your disposal to expand your education.

Tap into personalized academic advising and tutoring at The Learning Center to stay on track. Or extend your research and professional development with insights from the U.S. Geological Survey and NASA's cutting-edge environmental projects.

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Campus Resources

Academic Advising

Not sure of your next step? Academic Advising provides expert professionals who work with you semester by semester to keep you on track.

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The Learning Center

Get some TLC. Through the Learning Center, you can get access to academic tutors, success coaches and writing assistance.

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Career Planning

We'll support your professional success through top-notch career advising, from helping you decide what major(s) are right for you to if graduate school makes sense for your goals.

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State Resources

Department of Natural Resources

The DNR manages fish, wildlife, forests, parks, air and water resources throughout the state to ensure a clean and healthy environment that all Wisconsinites can enjoy.

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Geological & Natural History Survey

Dating back to 1897, the Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey conducts surveys and research about natural resources for decision-making, problem-solving and education. 

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National Resources

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)

The USGS provides impartial data surrounding the environment, including natural disasters, climate change and land use to better inform decision-making on issues threatening our communities today.

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American Geological Institute

By strengthening geoscience education, the American Geological Insitute strives to increase public awareness of the vital role geosciences play in humanity's use of resources and interaction with the environment.

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Geological Society of America

Gain professional growth through these tools, confidence and connections that help earth scientists at all levels of expertise and from all sectors.

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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The mission of the EPA is simple: to protect human health and the environment. To accomplish this, the agency provides grants, develops and enforces regulations and study environments, among other actions.

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NASA's Remote Sensing Data

Access a showcase for stunning visualizations based on satellite data, with views of hurricanes, severe storms and other events.

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NASA's TRMM Project

A joint mission between NASA and the National Space Development Agency (NASDA) of Japan, the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission is designed to monitor and study tropical rainfall and the associated release of energy that helps to power global atmospheric circulation shaping both weather and climate around the globe.

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Meet Professor John Luczaj, the chair of our program. As an avid researcher and practiced professor, he seeks to link classroom learning with hands-on experiences, like independent studies and travel courses. If you have questions about the program, he can help!

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