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Amsterdam VU University – Dept. of Earth Sciences – Stable Isotope Laboratory

Amsterdam VU University – Dept. of Earth Sciences – Stable Isotope Laboratory

De Boelelaan 1085, 1081HV Amsterdam, NL

Contact: 
Hubert Vonhof
h.b.vonhof@vu.nl
31(0)205987366/5987308

Research line:       
Geology

Isotopes:       
13C, 15N, 18O, 2H, 32S

Topics
Paleoclimatology
Paleoceanography
Hydrology
Archeology
Forensics
Reservoir studies (oil gas and water)

Instruments:
DI-IRMS Kiel, GC/IRMS, EA/C/IRMS, EA/P/IRMS

Thermo Finnigan MAT 252 with Kiel device
Thermo Finnigan Delta + with Gasbench II
Thermo Finnigan Delta XP with Flash combustion furnace and TC-EA pyrolysis furnace

Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research – Marine Organic Biogeochemistry

Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research – Marine Organic Biogeochemistry

PO Box 59, 1790 AB den Burg
Landsdiep 4, 1797 SZ  ‘t Horntje, Texel, NL

Contact
Stefan Schouten
Stefan.Schouten@nioz.nl
31(0)222369565

Research line
Geology, Paleoclimatology, Ecology

Topics
paleoenvironmental research
paleoclimatological research
ecological research
microbiological research

Isotopes
13C, 15N, 18O, 2H

Instruments
GC/IRMS, EA/C/IRMS, HT-EA/IRMS, GC/P/IRMS, LC/C/IRMS, DI-IRMS Kiel

Thermo Delta Plus with EA and GasBench
Thermo Delta Plus XL with HT-EA and GC-Py
Thermo Delta V with GC-combustion
Thermo Delta V with EA and LC-Isolink
Thermo Delta V with GC-Isolink (C and Py)
Kiel 253 with Kiel IV Carbonate device (shared with Geology department)

Utrecht University – Earth Sciences

Utrecht University – Earth Sciences

PO Box 80.021, 3508 TA Utrecht
Princetonlaan 8, 3584 CB Utrecht, NL

Contact
Michiel Kienhuis
m.v.m.kienhuis@uu.nl
31(0) 6 37338646

Research line
Ecology, Geology, Microbiology, Paleoclimatology

Topics
Stratigraphy & paleontology : astronomical timescales and paleoclimate
Marine Geochemistry and Chemical Oceanography: marine sediments /overlying water column, eastern Mediterranean.
Organic Geochemistry: the natural environment (i.e. water, soil, sediments), rocks and fossil fuels.
Experimental Biogeochemistry: environmental relevant processes under controlled conditions.
Geochemical Modeling: improving the quantitative understanding of the cycling of bioactive elements.
Petrology group: stable isotope biomarkers for early life. Volcanism crater lakes and natural pollution.
Paleoecology
Biomarine Sciences: studying Paleoclimate

Isotopes
13C, 15N, 18O, 2H, 32S, 37Cl, Clumped oxygen isotopes (and others, like 29Si, 44Ca and heavier elements with nanoSIMS)

Instruments
DI-IRMS ISOCARB, DI-IRMS Kiel, EA/C/IRMS, TOC/IRMS, GC/C/IRMS, LA/IRMS, GC/IRMS, nanoSIMS

VG SIRA-24 EM, a dual inlet machine equipped with an ISOCARB.
Thermo Finnigan MAT with Kiel-III Device.
Thermo DeltaV with isolink Elemental Analyser and/or TCEA.
Thermo DeltaplusXP with GC-C-III.
Thermo Delta-V with laser-ablation/GC-C-III in development.
Thermo Delta-V with either a GasBench-II or a GC-C-III.
Ordered: Thermo MAT253 plus with a Kiel-IV for clumped carbonate isotopes.
Cameca NanoSIMS 50L for multi elemental and stable isotope ratio measurements and imaging.
A set of vacuum lines for offline preparation of samples.