Géosciences Environment Toulouse (GET) is a multidisciplinary research laboratory in Earth and Environmental Sciences attached to the Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (OSU OMP). The unit is a component of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD), the Toulouse University (UT3), and the CNES. The lab currently brings together around 230 tenured researchers, professors and assistant professors, engineers, technicians, and administrative staff, in addition to more than 70 Ph.D. students and researchers on fixed-term contracts.
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Our scientific themes
We are carrying out multidisciplinary research to understand the inner Earth, its continental surfaces and interfaces, and its environment. Our scientific goals aim to improve knowledge on (i) the Earth Evolution and Dynamics, (ii) space-based and in situ Earth Observation, (iii) the Critical Zone and fluid-rock-living Interactions, and (iv) Georesources and contaminants-environment-health Interactions.
Our technical departments
GET has 25 analytical and instrumental services and platforms grouped into 3 technical departments (Geochemistry and Experimentation, Geophysics and Positioning, Petrology and Mineralogy) and 2 transversal services.
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