The Chemical Monitoring Facility has the capability of analysing a diverse range of materials in the environment (e.g. soils, terrestrial and marine sediments, rocks, waters and biological tissue) to determine elemental abundances (including rare earth elements), elemental speciation, organic compounds and isotopic compositions. The design includes a Class 6 and 7 clean room facilities for the preparation and analysis of samples for ultra-trace elemental analysis.
1) A national cooperation to assess sources and mechanisms leading to elevated arsenic and metal exposure in Irish drinking water supplies
2) Hydrogeological and geochemical investigations of elevated arsenic (As) in drinking water supplies from the west of Ireland
3) Biomonitoring of metal contamination in wetlands associated with construction and demolition (C&D) waste.
|Dr. Liam Morrison
Earth and Ocean Sciences
Phone: (091) 493200; Email: email@example.com
|Mr. Owen Doherty
Phone: (091) 493239; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ms. Nessa Golden|
Ms. Ellen McGrory
PhD in Earth and Ocean Science at NUI Galway
Nui Galway, Graduate Student