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The University at Buffalo Organic and Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory (OSIBL) is a service center open to any user. 

We apply state-of-the-art organic and stable isotope biocheochemical tools to address questions regarding climate, environment, and water-related natural hazards.

We are grateful for support from the NSF-Earth Sciences Instrumentation and Facilities Program


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Information about our analytical capabilities at the Instruments page and types of services provided at the Services page. If you'd like to submit samples for analysis, check out Sample Submissions.

 

Lab Personnel

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Dr. Elizabeth K.Thomas


Assistant Professor
Organic & Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Lab Director
Paleoclimate Lab Co-Director
Geology Department

email: ekthomas buffalo edu

For more information on research conducted by our team, check out Dr. Thomas' website.


Owen

 

Owen Cowling

Organic & Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Lab Technician
Responsible for day to day operation of the facility including instrument operation & maintenance, data processing, and training new lab users.

email: owencowl buffalo edu

MS, UB Geology, 2018: Deglacial temperature and precipitation history of coastal Norway and the Polar Ural Mountains, Russia