Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Facilities

Analytical Services

The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences houses many facilities where analytical services are offered to academics and industry professionals alike. These services include the Arctic Resources Lab, Crustal Re-Os Geochronology Lab, Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) Lab, and more.

Research Facilities

Explore the many state-of-the-art analytical and computing facilities that support the Earth and Atmospheric Science Department's teaching and research programmes. The facilities include the Centre for Earth Observation Sciences, De Beers Laboratory of Diamond Research, Ice Core Laboratory, Micropaleontology Laboratory, and more.

Teaching Laboratories

Learn more about the teaching labs that support the Earth and Atmospheric Science Department's teaching and research programmes. The labs include computing facilities for undergraduate projects, the Geoscience Garden, the petrology lab, and more.

Collections and Museums

Visit the collections and museums housed in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences that support teaching, research, and various projects across the department and campus. Specimens include trace fossils, ice cores, meteorites, trilobites, and more.

EAS Weather Station

The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences houses and maintains a weather-sensing array on top of the H. M. Tory Building. The array was supplied and installed by Campbell Scientific and monitors the conditions on campus 24/7 with live data and photos from the EAS Web Cameras.

Eas Web Cameras

In conjunction with the EAS Weather Station, the EAS Web Cameras atop the H. M. Tory Building monitor weather conditions on campus 24/7 with photos and data. Visitors can also access historical data to view the weather conditions on campus for any given day dating back to 2002.