The Center for Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry (CSIB) on the University of California, Berkeley campus, is an analytical facility established as a University education, research, training and service unit beginning in January 2000. Facility operations are overseen by an operations manager and spectroscopist (Paul Brooks), the faculty director (Todd Dawson), an associate researcher (Stefania Mambelli), and a steering committee. Student assistants help in daily operations and administrative support is provided by the Department of Integrative … Continue reading
The Center for Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry (CSIB) at Berkeley accepts organic, soil, water, and air samples for analysis of stable isotopes of carbon, nitrogen, sulphur, oxygen and hydrogen at natural abundance.Continue Reading
Our price structure is current as of July 1, 2012.
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All analyses include standards.
Duplicates are treated as independent samples and must … Continue Reading