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Labs and Research Groups

The Center for Geospatial Research (CGR), formerly the Center for Remote Sensing and Mapping Science (CRMS), promotes geographic thinking and the application of geospatial technology in interdisciplinary research, education, and public service.


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As a participant in the UNIDATA program, the CRL receives an internet feed of real-time meteorological data, forecasts, model output and radar and satellite imagery.


The Climatology Research Laboratory (CRL) occupies 600 sq ft in the penthouse of the…

The Environmental Change Laboratory (ECL) and its members are dedicated to using the biological, chemical, and physical properties of lake sediment to reconstruct long-term and recent patterns of climate change in the Inter-mountain West of the United States, the…

The Geomorphology Laboratory is equipped for standard analysis of soil, sediment, water, and plant materials.The Geography Department houses a 1000 sq ft Geomorphology Laboratory in Room 210 of the GGS Building.


It is equipped for standard analysis of…

Luminescence dating, particularly using optically stimulated luminescence (OSL), is revolutionizing Quaternary and archaeological science because it allows dating of sediments and artifacts that perhaps 10 years ago could not be dated.



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The Tree-Ring Laboratory was established in 1995 to provide space for processing, measuring, and storing tree cores and slabs collected in conjunction with dendroecological research.


What to learn more about tree rings? Visit …

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