Shared UW facility. Berry Center 115. For initial processing of field samples, including weighing, sieving, burning, separating or homogenizing, etc. Includes microscopes, ovens, fume hoods and other equipment. Visit www.uwyo.edu/berrycenter/facilities-programs/ecology-lab/index.html to schedule use.
UW Core Facility. Agriculture C 1020. The ESL is a mesocosm-scale, climate controlled, laboratory facility to advance integrated research in the areas of hydrology, ecology, and earth system science, with direct application to problems in agriculture and disturbed land reclamation. Contact: Ginger Paige (email@example.com).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 4026. Various insect species are reared and samples are processed in this lab. Contact: Tim Collier (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Scott Shaw (email@example.com).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 2020. We address applied questions of ecological complexity at landscape scales utilizing tools from landscape ecology and population genetics - cool spatial and genetic stuff. Contact: Melanie Murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 1029. We are dedicated to research on the functional biology and physiology of rangeland and forest plants. Contact: David Williams (DGW@uwyo.edu).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 4028. We study how variation in the attributes of plants, often invasive weed species, affects insect herbivores. Contact: Tim Collier (email@example.com).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 2030. What you can do. Contact: Pete Stahl (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 2022. What you can do. Contact: Kristina Hufford (email@example.com).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 4025. What you can do. Specimens-based insect taxonomy, systematics, ecology, and evolutionary research. Contact person: Scott Shaw (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 2023. This lab contains equipment available for shared use. Presently there is a carbon/nitrogen analyzer, a bomb calorimeter, and other miscellaneous equipment. Contact: Scott Miller (email@example.com) to be put in touch with the appropriate researcher.
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 2033. What you can do. Contact: Ann Hild (AnnHild@uwyo.edu).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 1024. Research conducted on chemical, physical, and biological properties of soils that influence processes and mechanisms related to environmental quality issues such as land restoration, pollution science, nutrient cycling and ecosystem sustainability. Contact: George Vance (GFV@uwyo.edu).
ESM Laboratory. UW Greenhouse (30th and Harney), Rooms 5 and 6. Light microscopy and photography, bioassays for soil microorganisms, and analysis of symbiotic associations between plants and soil organisms (nitrogen fixing and mycorrhizal associations). Contact Steve Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule use.
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 48. What you can do. Contact: Jay Norton (email@example.com).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 1026. We seek to quantify water flow, heat transport, solute transport, and gas transport processes in soils through experiments and computer modeling. Contact: Thijs Kelleners (firstname.lastname@example.org).
UW Core Facility. Berry Center 214. The University of Wyoming Stable Isotope Facility (UWSIF) analyzes carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen stable isotopes for students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty from the University of Wyoming, other universities, and various government and private institutions. Contact Chandelle Macdonald (email@example.com, 766-6373) to schedule use.
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 1021. You can learn and get hands on experience with state-of-the art remediation technology for water and air pollutants. Contact: K.J. Reddy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 19. We conduct field research into hydrological processes at the watershed scale at field sites throughout Wyoming and the West. The lab is fully equipped to carry out investigations into surface and shallow subsurface hydrological processes. Contacts: Scott Miller (email@example.com) and Ginger Paige (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ESM Laboratory. Agriculture C 2005 and 31. We seek to bridge basic and applied aspects of habitat restoration ecology to better understand how to restore the functionality of and mitigate impacts to forest and rangeland wildlife habitats following large-scale anthropogenic and natural disturbances. A particular emphasis of our research is concerned with restoration efforts relative to species inhabiting sagebrush steppe ecosystems. Contact: Jeff Beck (JLBeck@uwyo.edu).