Department of Geography

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Geography is focused on the connections between environment, nature and society. We study contemporary topics such as green transformation, climate change, natural hazards, global inequalities, climate and energy transformation, food security and natural resource management. Education and research at the department is organised into four research areas:

Master's degree

Master's theses in Geography 2024

We have two deadlines this year: 1 June and 1 December. Congratulations to all who completed the degree this year!

Olena and Gidske

Embracing Copernicus: Enhancing Remote Sensing and GIS Education

The inaugural General Assembly of the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS) marked a significant milestone in the realm of Earth Observation (EO), particularly in the field of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).


UAV Data Utilization Workshop in Ghana

A comprehensive UAV Data Utilization Workshop Successfully Empowers Trainers in Agriculture and Environmental Monitoring in Ghana, Africa.

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Cryospheric Monitoring in the Lyngen Alps

University of Bergen Professors, international Ph.D. students, and UiB’s Master students Dive into Cryospheric Monitoring at an Elite Summer School in the Lyngen Alps.

PhD project
Subina Shrestha

Roles of networks in the governance of urban logistics

In my PhD, I explore the current state of and potential for collaboration in urban logistics.