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Laboratoriefaciliteter – GeoCenter Danmark

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GEUS


 

 

Miljøkemisk laboratorium

Geokemisk afdeling

Nora Badawi

X (dansk)

Uorganisk Laboratorium

Geokemisk afdeling

Vibeke Ernstsen

X (dansk)

CFC Laboratoriet

Geokemisk afdeling

Troels Laier

X (dansk)

Forsøgs Laboratoriet

Geokemisk afdeling

Ole Stig Jacobsen

X (dansk)

Mikrobiologisk Laboratorium

Geokemisk afdeling

Jens Aamand

X (dansk)

Molekylærbiologisk Laboratorium

Geokemisk afdeling

Carsten Suhr Jacobsen

X (dansk)


 

 

 

 

Boreprøvelaboratoriet

Maringeologi og Glaciologi

Henrik Granat

X (dansk)

Lermineralogisk + RXD Laboratorium

Maringeologi og Glaciologi

Holger Lindgreen

X (dansk)

Sedimentlaboratorier
- Vådlaboratorium
- Sigterum
- Centrifugelaboratorium
- Sedigraflaboratorium

Maringeologi og Glaciologi

Ingerlise Nørgaard

X (dansk)


 

 

 

 

Bjergartskemisk Laboratorium

Petrologi og Malm

Jørgen Kystol

X (dansk)

LA-ICP-MS-laboratorium

Petrologi og Malm

Dirk Frei

X (dansk)

SEM og CCSEM-laboratorium

Petrologi og Malm

Nynke Thera Keulen

X (engelsk)

Flyfotolaboratorium

Petrologi og Malm

Max Nykjær Strunck

X (dansk)


 

 

 

 

Laboratorium for kerneanalyse

Reservoir

Claus Kjøller

X (dansk)

Laboratorium for organisk geokemi og petrografi

Reservoir

Henrik Ingemann Petersen

X (dansk)


 

 

 

 

Mikrofossil Laboratorium

Stratigrafisk afdeling

Karen Dybkjær (Beth Stavngaard)

X (dansk)

Palynologisk Laboratorium

Stratigrafisk afdeling

Karen Dybkjær (Annette Ryge/Dorthe Samuelsen)

X (dansk)

Mikropalæontologisk Laboratorium

Stratigrafisk afdeling

Karen Dybkjær (Annette Ryge/Dorthe Samuelsen)

X (dansk)

Præparationslaboratorium

Stratigrafisk afdeling

Karen Dybkjær (J. Boserup)

X (dansk)

PCR laboratorium

Geokemisk afdeling

Carsten Suhr Jacobsen

Nej
 


 

 

 

 

 

Københavns Universitet
IGN


 

 

Laboratorium:
- Analyse af fast uorganisk og organisk stof, og opløst stof i jord og vand
- Partikelstørrelsesfordelingsanalyse
- Jordfysisk analyse

IGN

Sarah Bashir Chordhary

X (dansk)

Høj temperatur isotop geokemisk laboratorium

IGN

Robert Frei

Nej

MIkrosonde

IGN

Tod Waight

Nej

Røntgen difraktion

IGN

Helene Almind

Nej

Røntgenfluorescens

IGN

John Bailey

Nej

Seperationslaboratorium

IGN

John Bailey

Nej

Stabil isotop laboratoriet

IGN

Christoph Korte

Nej

Gammalaboratorium

IGN

Thorbjørn Joest Andersen

Nej

Jord, vand og sedimentlaboratoriet

IGN

Vagn Roland Moser

Nej

Laser/malvern laboratorium

IGN

Morten Pejrup

Nej

Palæontologi

IGN

Inge Juul

Nej

Sedimentologi

IGN

Inge Juul

Nej

PCR laboratorium

IGN

Carsten Suhr Jacobsen

Nej


 

 

 

 

 

Statens Naturhistoriske Museum


 

 

Isotoplaboratorier

Starplan

Martin Bizarro

NEJ


 

 

 

 

 

Aarhus Universitet


 

 

Røntgendiffraktionslaboratorium  

Institut for Geoscience, AU

Ole Bjørslev Nielsen


 

Røntgenfluorescenslaboratorium

Institut for Geoscience, AU

Christian Tegner


 

Elektronmikrosondelaboratorium

Institut for Geoscience, AU

Christian Tegner


 

Kemisk laboratorium

Institut for Geoscience, AU

Christian Tegner


 

Knuselaboratorium

Institut for Geoscience, AU

Christian Tegner


 

Højtemperaturhøjtrykslaboratorium

Institut for Geoscience, AU

H.D. Zimmermann


 

Poler- og tyndslibslaboratorium

Institut for Geoscience, AU

J. Richard Wilson


 

Billedanalyse og mikroskopi

Institut for Geoscience, AU

Ingen ansvarlig angivet


 

EBSD Laboratorium

Institut for Geoscience, AU

Ingen ansvarlig angivet


 

 

 

 

 

 

Tilknyttede laboratorier


 

 

Ar/Ar-laboratorium

Lunds Universitet

Anders Scherstén

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Geophysical Laboratory
The laboratory has one of the largest pools of mobile seismographs in Europe (150 Texan stations). The field equipment further includes other seismographs, a seismic telemetry system, gravimeters, magnetometers, georadar equipment, and geoelectric equipment. In addition the lab is fully equipped with state-of-the-art computer facilities and a full range of software for data processing and modelling.

Multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer laboratory (MC-ICP-MS)
The laboratory is a European leader with state-of-the-art multicollector ICP-MS and established analytical protocols for quantitative determination of a range of isotope compositions (Sr, Nd, Pb, Hf) of rock samples, and elemental concentrations by isotope dilution (REE, PGE, Rb-Sr, U-Th-Pb). Determination of elements and isotope ratios of solid samples using the connected laser ablation unit is possible.

Isotope geochemical laboratories
These class 1000 clean laboratories form the major backbone to the MC-ICP-MS and TIMS facilities and provide the necessary equipment for ultra-clean elemental separations from geological, biological and archaeological material.

The thermal ionisation mass spectrometry laboratory
The laboratory currently houses one solid source mass spectrometer, a filament degassing apparatus, DOS-based microcomputers, and a laminar flow bench for sample loading.

The gamma dating centre (GDC)
The GDC is a national lead-210 dating facility established by two universities (Århus and Copenhagen) and 3 national research institutions (Risø, DMU and GEUS) and located in the Copenhagen Geocenter.

Hydrogeology laboratory
The hydrogeology laboratory is equipped with facilities for investigating characteristics of unsaturated and saturated flow and transport, soil hydraulics and flow and non-reactive transport experiments.

GIS and remote sensing laboratories
The laboratories for geoinformatics focus upon uses of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing / digital image processing, global positioning systems (GPS) and traditional surveying using total stations and is well equipped with computers and software.

Laboratory for organic geochemistry and petrology
The laboratory is a fully equipped unit dedicated to organic geochemistry and petrography. Extensive experience has been gained within analysis of source rocks, oils, coals, and recent sediments related to a wide range of topics.

Microbiological and organochemical laboratory
Facilities for microbiological research include: aerobic and anaerobic microbiological growth experiments; microbiological degradation determination of organic substances; immune assay detection of pesticides and stable degradation products in natural waters; cultivation and molecular-based techniques for isolation and characterisation of natural pollutant-degrading micro-organisms.

Core laboratory
The laboratory undertakes a range of advanced core analysis studies of a wide range of porous media, but are particularly involved in the analysis and testing of chalk. Experimental facilities include a wide range of analysis on both plugs and cores: www.geus.dk/departments/reservoir-geol/core/kernelab-dk.htm .

Particle size analysis laboratory
The Geocenter is equipped with a range of equipment for particle size distribution analyses in suspended materials.

Scanning electron microscope laboratory (SEM-lab)
The laboratory is tailored for analyses of solid materials. The main focus is within the following areas: conventional analyses, as well as special SEM analyses encompassing point counting SEM (PCSEM) and computer controlled SEM (CCSEM).

Rock geochemical laboratory (XRF and AAS)
The laboratory is constructed and optimised around determination of major elements of rock samples and similar materials by XRF-instrument (wavelength dispersive multi-channel). The laboratory is additionally equipped with atomic absorption spectrometry instrument (AAS) mainly for analysis of elements in sulphide ores.

Biostratigraphical laboratory
The laboratory prepares microscopic fossils from sedimentary rocks for industrial or scientific biostratigraphical and palaeoecological studies. The laboratory is equipped for preparation of micro- and nanno-fossils of calcareous, siliceous, phosphatic and organic (palynological) composition.

Micropalaeontological laboratory
Fossils: Foraminifera, nannofossils, diatoms, radiolaria and conodonts. Both mechanical and chemical treatment of rock samples can be carried out. All microfossils are handpicked from the sieved and cleaned residue.

Palynological laboratory
The laboratory is fully equipped and secured for preparation with hydrofluoric acid (HF) and for the safe disposal of the HF-waste. A suite of preparation methods has been adapted for the improved recovery of fossils from problematic sediments.
Fossils: Dinoflagellate cysts, acritarchs, spores and pollen, megaspores, chitinozoans, algae, fungi and kerogene (organic matter).

Other Geocenter laboratories

  • Radiogenic Isotope Laboratory
  • Electron microprobe laboratory
  • Thin section and polishing laboratory
  • Crushing and mineral separation laboratory
  • Stable isotope laboratory
  • Stratigraphic laboratory
  • Clay mineralogy laboratory



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