Skip to contentDepartment of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary SciencesMenu Close Search Undergraduate ProgramGraduate ProgramPeopleAlumniFacilitiesCoursesProjected Course ScheduleAll Active CoursesResourcesResearch CentersLet your curiosity lead the way:Apply TodayHomeRecent NewsUpcoming EventsDiversity & InclusionHow to Reach Us Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&SOur FacilitiesWe have a space for you Featured FacilitiesMicroanalysis FacilityAnalytical Biogeochemistry Lab FacilityPlanetary Spectroscopy FacilitiesEquipment & Instrumentation GalleryFeatured Research FacilitiesNASA's Planetary Data System Geosciences NodeThe Geosciences Node of NASA's Planetary Data System (PDS) archives and distributes digital data related to the study of the surfaces and interiors of terrestrial planetary bodies. We work directly with NASA missions to help them generate well-documented, permanent data archives. We provide data to NASA-sponsored researchers along with expert assistance in using the data. All our archives are online and available to the public to download free of charge.NASA PDS Fossett Laboratory for Virtual Planetary ExplorationThe Fossett Laboratory for Virtual Planetary Exploration is an innovative facility for teaching and research managed by the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences and housed in Rudolph Hall. In the Fossett Lab we collect, visualize, and explore three-dimensional data from the atomic to the planetary scale. To do so, we use traditional and aerial photography, remotely-sensed planetary data, photogrammetry, and Microsoft’s HoloLens Augmented Reality (AR) platform. The Fossett Laboratory for Virtual Planetary Exploration also supports some research and outreach activities within the Earth and Planetary Remote Sensing Laboratory, including use of virtual reality to help plan the Mars Curiosity rover paths.Fossett Lab Microanalysis Facility The Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences microanalysis facility is run by Professor Brad Jolliff and Paul Carpenter. The facility includes several pieces of equipment available for outside use: electron microprobe X-Ray Diffractometer Micro X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer Use the online instrument scheduler to reserve time in the microanalysis facility. Analytical Biogeochemistry Lab Facility The Analytical Biogeochemistry Laboratory Facility is a resource for soil, water, and plant analyses at Washington University and in the St. Louis region. The facility is open to new users and can also provide analyses as a service. Learn more about available instruments and analyses, example projects, and user fees and access on their website. Planetary Spectroscopy FacilitiesThe Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences has five different laboratories that are dedicated to planetary spectroscopy. These planetary spectroscopy facilities are run by Professor Alian Wang and located in Scott Rudolph Hall: Laser Raman imaging laboratory, laser Raman spectroscopy laboratory, NIR and MIR spectroscopy laboratory, planetary environmental analysis chamber, and laser induced breakdown spectroscopy laboratory. Planetary Spectroscopy Facility.png Facilities Equipment & Instrumentation Gallery See some of our specialized equipment and instrumentation in facilities and research laboratories. High-pressure and high-temperature chemistryHigh-pressure and high-temperature chemistryThe ESPM group uses experimental approaches to study the mechanical and chemical behavior of rocks and minerals. The group is comprised of two labs: the rock deformation lab (Prof. Phil Skemer – PI) and the experimental geochemistry lab (Prof. Mike Krawczynski – PI). Our labs use high pressure and high temperature experimental apparatus to simulate the conditions within Earth and other solar system bodies. High-temperature controlled atmosphere furnacesHigh-temperature controlled atmosphere furnaces  Large Volume Torsion ApparatusLarge Volume Torsion Apparatus  Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer (SIMS)Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer (SIMS)This machine is one of only three in the world. Visit our SIMS page to learn more. Planetary Environment and Analysis Chamber (PEACh)Planetary Environment and Analysis Chamber (PEACh) Thermo Scientific Neptune Plus MC-ICP-MSThermo Scientific Neptune Plus MC-ICP-MS  Thermo Scientific iCAP Quadrupole ICP-MSThermo Scientific iCAP Quadrupole ICP-MSHigh Performance Computing 768 Core Linux ClusterHigh Performance Computing 768 Core Linux ClusterThe Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences maintains two separate high-performance Linux clusters as well as a number of standalone dedicated Linux servers for scientific research. These facilities are open to the faculty, staff, and students from our department and other collaborators. Please visit our website or contact Hugh Chou for more information on using our facility. Thin Section FacilityThin Section Facility We have tons of wonderful research facilities here at WashU, some of which are actually quite unique like the LVT and the piston cylinders. In addition to having these instruments here, we also have the experts who are able to teach the students how to use the instruments and what they’re actually doing. ―Andrea GoltzMcDonnell Center Graduate Fellow More Research Opportunities Visit our research page to learn more about the facilities and equipment associated with specific labs and research groups. ResearchQuick LinksFacilitiesResearch CentersDiversity & InclusionCoursesOur AlumniHow to Reach UsComputer SupportResourcesAdditional information Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&SCopyright 2024 by:Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. LouisFollow Us Instagram Twitter Contact Us: Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences [email protected] 314-935-5610 Visit the main Washington University in St. Louis website1 Brookings Drive / St. Louis, MO 63130 /

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