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Isotope Tracers Research|Program in Ecology

Faculty employing isotope tracers

Wyoming ecologists employ stable isotope tracers at scales ranging from the ecophysiology of individual animals and plants to the flux of carbon, nitrogen, and water in regional to global biogeochemical cycles. The University's Stable Isotope Facility (SIF) is dedicated to ecological and environmental applications of light stable isotopes (H, O, C, N, S) and is fully equipped and staffed for a broad suite of applications.

 

Stable Isotopes Facility

The Stable Isotopes Facility is located in the Berry
Biodiversity Conservation Center on the UW campus.

William Baker, Ph.D. (Geography)

Merav Ben-David, Ph.D. (Zoology/Physiology)

Mark Clementz, Ph.D. (Geology and Geophysics)

Robert Hall, Ph.D. (Zoology/Physiology)

Stephen Jackson, Ph.D. (Botany)

James R. Lovvorn, Ph.D.

Carlos Martinez del Rio, Ph.D. (Zoology/Physiology)

Elise Pendall, Ph.D. (Botany)

Bryan Shuman, Ph.D. (Geology and Geophysics)

David Williams, Ph.D. (Ecosystem Science and Management)

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