The Ecohydrology laboratories occupy over 300 m2 of space dedicated to modeling, biogeochemical experimentation, field sampling and environmental analysis. Research is organized into five experimental laboratories and one modeling laboratory. Our facilities allow us to investigate processes across a wide variety of spatio-temporal scales, from molecular interactions to regional biogeochemical cycles.
Learn more about the individual laboratories below. A list of major equipment is available on the Equipment List page.
For questions concerning the laboratory, please contact Marianne Vandergriendt.
Environmental Particle Analysis Laboratory
Imaging and chemical plus mineralogical characterization of particulate samples, including sediments, soils, aerosols and cells.
Location: EIT 1007
Elemental composition and chemical speciation of aqueous, solid and gas solutions.
Location: PHY 223
Biogeochemical Kinetics Laboratory
Rates and mechanisms of biogeochemical processes
Location: PHY 222 and 227
Microbial Analysis Laboratory
Chambers with controlled temperature, humidity, and oxygen level
Locations: EIT 2021, PHY 222 and 227
Biogeochemical Modeling Laboratory
10 workstations, server and meeting space with interactive Smart Board
Location: PHY 228