Labs & Services

State of the art laboratory and research services in the College of Geosciences

Student working in chemistry lab

The College of Geosciences provides state-of-the-art laboratory and research services that provide faculty, staff, students and outside organizations access to highly specialized, high-quality equipment and services. For more information about services, research specializations, and availability, please contact the lab services manager in each unit.

TAMU GeoServices

Stemming from research at the Texas A&M University Department of Geography, TAMU GeoServices offers a number of geographic information processing services. These services are provided to the greater geospatial community to assist in geospatial-related research and data processing, analysis, and visualization.

Texas A&M University Geoservices offers direct access to the latest cutting edge research on geocoding, address parsing, normalization and standardization, and open source geospatial mapping and visualization.

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Stable Isotope Geosciences Facility

The Stable Isotope Geosciences Facility at Texas A&M University was established to provide the highest quality light element isotopic measurements for the advancement of the research of faculty, staff, and students at Texas A&M and within the broader scientific community. The facility provides a training resource on instruments and preparation equipment for students and researchers within the College of Geosciences. With up-to-date isotope technologies and experienced staff, SIGF is continually striving to make Texas A&M a national leader for stable isotopic research.

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Radiogenic Isotope Geosciences Facility

The R. Ken Williams '45 Radiogenic Isotope Geosciences Laboratory allows College of Geosciences faculty and students to perform radiogenic isotope interdisciplinary research in diverse fields such as (but not limited to) marine geology, global tectonics, geochronology, environmental sciences, paleoceanography, and paleoclimate.

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GEOSAT

The mission of the Center for Geospatial Sciences, Applications and Technology (GEOSAT) is to advance geospatial knowledge and foster innovative geospatial technology and information solutions by promoting multidisciplinary collaborations between Texas A&M faculty and students, and government and industry.

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Geochemical and Environmental Research Group

The Geochemical and Environmental Research Group (GERG) is a center of excellence in applied geosciences within the College of Geosciences of Texas A&M University. GERG, founded in 1981, focuses on applied interdisciplinary research in the ocean and environmental sciences.

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International Laboratory For High-Resolution Earth System Prediction (iHESP)

This new laboratory seeks to develop a new advanced modeling framework for high-resolution multiscale Earth System predictions and provide reliable information at both global and regional scales, taking full advantage of the combined expertise of three world-class institutions, Qingdao Pilot National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology (QNLM), Texas A&M University (TAMU), and National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).

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Student in Stable Isotope Lab

Inaugural Ions At Work Symposium Brings Together Mass Spectrometry Researchers at Texas A&M

Organized by Dr. Ethan Grossman, the symposium was the first of its kind and drew researchers from across the country to discuss their research and mass spectrometry.

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