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Alaska Stable Isotope Facility, University of Alaska Fairbanks

306 Tanana Loop, Fairbanks, AK 99775
310 Tanana Loop East Fairbanks Alaska 99709 US
(907) 474-7826(907) 474-7826

The Alaska Stable Isotope Facility is a university recharge laboratory providing stable isotope ratio analyses and methane analyses to faculty and students around campus, across the nation and throughout the world. Differing stable isotope ratios of carbon, nitrogen, sulfur and other light elements are natural tracers built by physical and biological processes. We have expertise in a wide variety of fields so if it was once living, we can help you with your research questions.

Center Contact
Tim Howe
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Core Laboratory
University of Alaska Fairbanks

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