To conduct geochemical research and service that benefits the citizens and instiitutions of Illinois by applying concepts from the chemical, geological, and related sciences to relevant economic, energy, and environmental issues.
To build upon our tradition of conducting high quality geochemical research and service to our constituents with professional integrity. To be a reliable and unbiased source of data and information. To advance the geochemical sciences by developing new techniques and applying established methods to address topics relevant to society.
Current Research and Service Areas
Description of Isotopic Methods
Geochemical Monitoring and Modeling of Carbon Capture and Storage
Experimental geochemistry exploring fluid, CO2 and rock interactions
Optically Stimulated Luminescense Dating
Saline groundwater and halides
Interactive Periodic Table
TOXNET Toxicological Network
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
Division of Research Safety, University of Illinois
Material Safety Data Sheets
IEPA Fact Sheets on various environmental remediation sites in Illinois
Isotope Geochemistry-Related Links
Updated 02/23/2012 SLD