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Bloomsbury Environmental Isotope Facility

Department of Earth Sciences

CONTACT 1 Anne-Lise Jourdan
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SITE Bloomsbury Campus


The Bloomsbury Environmental Isotope Facility (BEIF) houses 1 dual inlet (Nu Perspective) and 2 continuous flow (Thermo Delta V) mass spectrometers associated to a variety of peripheral systems as well as a CRDS water analyser, capable of measuring stable isotopes (δD, δ13C, δ15N, δ18O, δ34S; clumped isotopes D47) generated from a variety of materials (inorganics, organics)

We analyse materials for Masters and Ph.D. student projects as well as materials received from colleagues external to UCL. The variety of peripherals in the BEIF laboratory allows us to analyse carbonates (sediments, speleothems, carbonatites, ostracods, foraminifera, belemnites, corals, fish otoliths), bulk organic matter and archaeological materials (bone, teeth & plants), and water samples (precipitations, rivers, lakes).

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Item ID #2503.

Last Updated: 10th February, 2023

Bloomsbury Environmental Isotope Facility

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