Researchers of the group teach about different topics, as: Reactive Transport, Geochemical Models, Water Rock Interaction, Paleoecology, Isotope Geochemistry, Ore Deposits, Remediation Techniques, etc.

The group organizes the course Environmental Isotopes Applied To Groundwater Pollution Studies that is focused on understanding where contaminants come from and the transformations that they may experience in the subsurface geochemical environments. This course deals with the application of environmental isotopes, 13C, 2H, 37Cl, 15N, 18O, 34S and 11B, to trace the origin of contaminants and the attenuation processes that take place in the aquifer. The topics comprise groundwater pollution from agricultural sources (nitrate), industrial activities (LNAPLs, DNAPLs), as well as urban activities.

Researchers of the group also teach in several courses and Masters in other universities: Curso Internacional de Hidrología Subterránea (UPC), Geologia y Gestión de Recursos Minerales (UNIA, Univ. Huelva), Recursos Minerales y Riesgos Geológicos (UB - UAB), Ingeniería del Terreno (UPC), etc.