Carbonate Sedimentology Facility
Chemical Hydrology and Mass Spectrometry Lab
Research focuses on issues of water resources, water availability, and understanding the cycling of different metals and organic compounds in our groundwaters, surface waters, soils, and sediments, as well as how land use pattern changes affect the distribution of such metals and pollutants in our environments.
FLN 2.01.02 and FLN 3.01.04
The department has two computer labs, each equipped with 20+ high performing computers/workstations. These labs mainly serve as classrooms for remote sensing, GIS, Geoinformatics, hydrology, and petroleum related classes. They also serve as additional computing research facilities for undergraduate and graduate students in the department.
Laboratory for Ocean Studies
The Laboratory for Ocean Studies carries out and trains students on how to conduct oceanographic research focusing on ocean physics and air-sea interactions.
Micropaleo and Stratigraphy Facility
Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics Research Group
The Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics Research Group studies the Earth Systems: land, ocean, water, cryosphere, and atmosphere and other planets, using various remote sensing, GIS, AI, and cloud computing technologies.
River Science Laboratory
The River Science Laboratory supports teaching and research activities related to fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, and aligned disciplines with its field and experimental equipment and resources.
Rock Preparation Facility
Snow and Ice Geophysics Lab