DRI Labs and Facilities

DRI research laboratories provide high quality services specializing in research, technology development, and improving the understanding of Earth's environment and the changes occurring to it.

We offer sampling, monitoring, analytical aspects, data interpretation, and guidance to Nevada, the nation and the world.

Please select a DRI laboratory for further information and pricing.
Title
Aerosol Physics Laboratory
Archaeobotany Laboratory
Archaeological Archive
Archaeology Laboratory
BioEnergy Laboratory
CEFA Operations and Forecast Facility
Cloud Microphysics and Aerosol Chemistry Laboratory
Curation Facility
Dorothy S. Gallagher Great Basin Environmental Research Laboratory (DSG-GBERL)
DRI Soil Characterization and Quaternary Pedology Laboratory
Dust Entrainment and Characterization Facility
E.L. Cord Luminescence Laboratory (OSL & TL)
Ecologically Controlled Enclosed Lysimeter Laboratories - EcoCELLS
Electronics Design Laboratory/Engineering Design Laboratory
Environmental Analysis Facility (EAF)
Environmental Geochemistry Laboratory
Environmental Growth Chambers - EcoPods
Environmental Microbiology Laboratory
Frits Went Laboratory
Geomicrobiology Laboratory
Laboratory for Aerosol Science, Spectroscopy, and Optics (LASSO)
Laboratory of Molecular Responses
Landfill Cover Design Capabilities
Mercury Analytical Laboratory
Meteorology Calibration Laboratory
Molecular Microbial Ecology Laboratory
Nevada Desert Research Center
Organic Analytical Laboratory (OAL)
Particulate Emissions Measurement Laboratory
PI-SWERL: Portable In-Situ Wind ERosion Lab
Scaling Environmental Processes in Heterogeneous Arid Soils (SEPHAS)
Soil Characterization and Quaternary Pedology
Soil Nutrient and Ecology Laboratory
Solar Cell Testing Facility
Source Characterization Laboratory
Spatial Analysis Facilities
Storm Peak Laboratory
Systems Microbial Ecology Laboratory
Trace Chemistry Laboratory
Water Analysis Laboratory
Wellbore Logging Services
Western Regional Climate Center - WRCC
What is SEPHAS?
X -Ray Diffraction Analysis of Mineral Dusts in Aerosols