Marine Culture and Aquarium Laboratory
The 1,400 sq ft. Marine Culture and Aquarium Laboratory (MCAL) is easily customized to fit various experimental designs for animal, algal, and microorganism research. It is outfitted with Living Streams, aquariums, and environmental chambers (both walk-in and reach- in), and is plumbed with natural seawater (transported from the marine lab in Georgetown) via dual 2,500 gallon tanks.
The lab is also plumbed with tap water and RO/DI water. This laboratory is operated on a cost-recovery basis and fees are accessed for consumables, equipment use, and staff support. See the MCAL Fee schedule [PDF] for cost information.
To apply for space, equipment and/or seawater, contact James Johnson at 803-777-3919 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Geographic Information Processing Lab
The Geographic Information Processing Lab (GIP Lab) supports research that explores the increasingly important roles technology plays in monitoring, assessing, modeling and managing our environmental resources and associated health issues. Learn more about the Geographic Information Processing Lab.