• Haboob
  • Moon over Biosphere 2
  • Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Lab
  • Water in the desert
  • Campus pond
  • Desert blooms
  • Sedona stream

Welcome to SEES! 

The School of Earth and Environmental Sciences is a federation of units that produces knowledge about earth and environmental processes and human-environment interactions at all geographic and temporal scales.  SEES faculty and researchers provide the scientific basis for environmental and climate policy, train the next generation of scientists, and disseminate knowledge and solutions for the benefit of society.

To learn more about SEES at a glance, please read our 2014 SEES fact sheet.