InSARTrac Measurements 2022

InSARTrac Measurements 2022

The hybrid 3D monitoring method InSARTrac is currently used to measure glacial retreat and surface displacements at the Mölltal Glacier. First measurements indicate a melting of approximately 1.5 cm per day (August 2022).
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MASTER'S PROGRAMME GEOSCIENCES

MASTER'S PROGRAMME GEOSCIENCES

By taking part in the Master's Degree Programme Geosciences, students benefit from the outstanding achievements of TU Graz and the University of Graz.  more...

The photo shows an AR sandbox model of the Dangkhar landslide (India).

Mission and Vision

Our Mission

To educate undergraduate and graduate students for academia and industry leadership careers in the environmental mineral-water and engineering geosciences, and to advance the current state-of-knowledge through scholarly dissemination of original research that is relevant to the needs of society.

Our Vision

The Institute of Applied Geosciences shall be a primary European institution for the pursuit and promulgation of knowledge in the fields of environmental mineral-water and engineering geosciences. Our graduates shall assume future leadership roles in professional disciplines involving the earth, its environment, and its resources.


Pictures/Figures:
Felix Machatschki Award 2022  © Pangeo 2022
InSARTrac Measurements 2022  © Zambanini/IAG
Master's Programme Geosciences 2021  © Kaspar/IAG

Contact
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Institute of Applied Geosciences
Rechbauerstraße 12/EG
A-8010 Graz, Austria
geominnoSpam@mlist.tugraz.at

Engineering Geology
Kelly Caroline Kien, BEd
kelly.c.kiennoSpam@tugraz.at
Phone: +43 (0)316 873-6371

Mineralogy &
Hydrogeochemistry

Daniela Sobian
daniela.sobiannoSpam@tugraz.at
Phone: +43 (0)316 873-6361

Office & library hours:
Monday - Friday: 9 - 12

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