Advanced Instrumentation Laboratory
The Advanced Instrumentation Laboratory (AIL) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is a multi-instrument resource for the state of Alaska. It specializes in surface and elemental analysis as well as electron microscopy. In addition to the instrumentation it also houses support sample preparation facilities. AIL is located on the UAF campus in the Reichardt Building.More information
The Department maintains a computer lab for student and faculty use for coursework and research.More information
The Geochronology Laboratory at UAF conducts research in determining the ages of rocks and minerals using the 40Ar/39Ar step-heating dating method. Major areas of research emphasis include determining the tectonic history of Alaska and adjacent Russia, determining the relationship between plutonism and ore mineralization and determining the eruptive history of Alaska's volcanoes.More information
The Department of Geology and Geophysics offers poster printing services to students and faculty in our department, and supports poster presentations by students in several CNSM department courses.More information
Wide Format Scanner
The Department of Geology and Geophysics also has a wide format scanner that can scan documents up to a width of 44 inches. Its use is free to students and faculty of the department.More information
The remote sensing group Spectroscopy Lab focuses on geological and ecological research. The purpose of the facility is to train students, support remote sensing research through ground calibration/validation data collection, and to collaborate with state and private industry.More information
Spencer Library Availability
The Spencer Library is located in 306 Reichardt Building. It is available for university-related
meetings when not in use by the department. The projector connection to your laptop
is mini VGA, please bring appropriate connectors as needed.
The room holds 24. Current covid19 capacity is 7.
If you are interested in reserving the Spencer Library, contact Lynnette Dunn either by phone, 474-6892, or by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org
The UAF Experimental Petrology Lab contains an array of high pressure and temperature equipment used to recreate the conditions of subsurface magma plumbing systems. Coupled with the analytical equipment housed within AIL, the Experimental Petrology Lab provides powerful tools that compliment UAF's broad research expertise in Volcanology.More information