Department of Earth Science

Research Infrastructur Facilites at Department of Earth Science in Bergen

The Department of Earth Sciense runs a number of different research laboratories housing a wide spectrum of modern equipment for analysis and lab experiments, several of which have status as national infrastructure (Earthlab, Farlab). The department also has access to the University's research vessels and is the host for Normar, the national ROV vessel. The department is also a host institution for the National European Plate Observing System Norway (EPOS). The department is responsible for the electron microscopes at the faculty. (Use the Active Organizational Chart to maneuver in GEO's research infrastructure)

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Visualization of the organization structure at GeoScienceClean lab Thin Section lab Fluid inclusion lab XRD Uranium series lab Kosmo lab Earth magnetic lab EarthLab Tephra lab CT scanners Heavy liquid lab Geomicrobiology lab SEM Crushing room Core scanners FARlab DI lab (Dual inlet) Stable isotop prep lab CF lab (Continus flow) Sediment lab TEM XRF Fission track lab Radioactive tracer lab Biogeochemistry laboratory Raman lab LabELISA ELMIlab EM prep lab TIMS lab ICP lab epos NNSN Oceanlab Statoil_LOVE Land Marin Interpretation labs Marin geophysics Samplers Research vessels Land seismic Samplers Processing Computing Recources Oceanlab Normar ROV - Ægir 6000 Ocean instruments parkSample Database Data storage
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