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.
Carries out fundamental and applied research in the fields of the physics of the solid earth, and the physics of the earth's environment.
Research into oceanographic, atmospheric, geophysical, geological and planetary sciences.
Research includes studies of tectonics, structure, geodynamics and evolution of the continental and oceanic lithosphere, geophysical studies of the environment, and the elaboration of technological automated systems for the processing and interpretation of geophysical information.
Main areas of research are the mathematical modeling of seismic processes and deformations of the earth's body, and solving problems in geomagnetism, geoelectricity and gravimetry.
Research is focused on applied and environmental geophysics, geophysical fluid dynamics, earth and planetary magnetism, seismology and geodynamics.
Research is focused on the main areas of meteorology, oceanography and climate.
Undertaking research into the structure and evolution of the Earth and neighbouring planets, the detection and measurement of resources in the crustal layer and the understanding of geological hazard.
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Main areas of research include explorations, seismology, gravimetry and magnetometry.
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