The ASET Laboratory is a quantitative analytical facility that serves researchers studying some of the most vexing health, safety, welfare and climate change issues facing Alaska.The lab is designed specifically to support research with quantitative analytical methods in a number of disciplines including environmental health, quality and safety, terrestrial and marine biology, geology, and ecology.The ASET lab’s state-of-the-art infrastructure can address organic and inorganic toxic and nontoxic substances in ultra low levels in a variety of matrices such as soil, water, rocks, tissue, and plasma. The lab houses a number of fume hoods, including perchlorate and metal-free hoods, as well as a clean lab for trace metal analysis to address all research requirements.
Current analytical capabilities include:
All analysis can be performed in diverse array of matrixes: tissue, plasma, soil, sediment, and water.
References to abstracts and papers from research performed using the ASET lab can be found here.
The ASET lab is administered by the Environment and Natural Resources Institute (ENRI) and located in the new Conoco Phillips Integrated Science Building.
ASET Management Team:
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