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Revision as of 18:13, 6 March 2014

Rich Lab, aka SWES-MEL
(U.A. Dept. of Soil, Water and Environmental Science
Microbial Ecology Lab)

Contact Us

Lab: 301 Saguaro Hall
Lab Phone: 520-626-1309

Postdoc & Student Office:
315 Saguaro Hall

Virginia: 309 Saguaro Hall,
520-621-3670

Delivery address for non-perishables:
Shantz Rm 429 1177 E Fourth St. University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721

Image:SWESMELLABperfectsize.jpg

Left to right: Krystalle Diaz, Morgan Binder, Eun-Hae Kim (EK), Gary Trubl, Virginia Rich, Maya Sederholm, Lynn Massey, Akos Owusu-Dommey, and Robert Jones (RJ). Our lab studies microbial biogeochemistry. We use molecular microbial ecology techniques and strong partnerships with biogeochemists, informaticians, and modelers to investigate how microbes respond to, and mediate, environments undergoing anthropogenic change. We're a diverse group of scientists, from undergraduate researchers through postdocs, working together on a "systems-level" understanding of microbial community interactions with the environment. If you're interested in joining us, email me directly at [vrich] at [arizona.edu}.

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