We are a node of the NERC Isotope Geosciences Facilities and employ a wide variety of stable isotope methodologies in environmental change, pollution, hydrology, and human-landscape interactions research.
We focus on the environment, in particular climate change and human-landscape interactions, with increasing importance on the Anthropocene and the modern calibration period. We also use stable isotopes as tracers of modern pollution and understanding the hydrological cycle especially in areas suffering human impact. We work with the UK higher education institutes community and international partners to deliver research, method development and training.
A guide to facilities and instrumentation.
The Stable isotope facility employs around 7 staff.
Appointments, conferences & workshops, grants & awards, job opportunities, media & outreach, PhDs awarded, publications.
Application forms and guidance notes for submissions to the NERC Isotope Geosciences Facilities Steering Committee.
A joint initiative in geochemistry between BGS and the University of Nottingham.
A summary of the results from the Stable Isotope Facility 2016 user survey.
Contact Béatrice Bullock-von Moos for further information about the Stable isotope facility.