Equipment in Science 304
Bartington MS-03 magnetic susceptibility system with MS-02B (discrete sample, far left) and MS-02C (core, left) systems. Core track and digital position sensor for MS-02C.
Leica DM 750P polarizing microscope (left) with transmitted and reflected light paths and digital imaging system. Meiji petrographic microscope (far left). Adhesive and UV light for preparing smear slides. Hotplate for epoxy mounts.
Medium hand-sample saw and small slow-speed saw for cutting thin section billets and oriented grain mounts. Set up when needed.
Pomeroy gas-powered diamond drill for 1″ paleomagnetic cores. Orientation device, field sampling equipment, and Brunton Pocket Transit for orienting cores.
Brass and plastic (nonmagnetic) sieves and shaker for size-separation procedures.
Primarily used for total organic carbon determination.
Dell dual-core i7 PC with software including Mathematica, R, Enthought Python, and ArcGIS.
Coulter particle size analyzer