Facilities, Agricultural and Research Centers

We work and collaborate with partners across Arizona, the country and the world.

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Bio5 Institute during sunset
FJ Gaylor/University of Arizona

Facilities

Our faculty, staff and students have access to these twelve facilities below. Partnership with these facilities helps us complete experiments, access innovative tools and use diverse field sites.

Arizona Laboratory for Emerging Contaminants (ALEC)

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Biosphere 2

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Critical Zone Observatory (CZO)

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Kartchner Caverns Microbial Observatory

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University of Arizona Superfund Research Program (UASRP)

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Water and Energy Sustainable Technology Center (WEST)

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Agricultural Centers

Our faculty, staff and students have access to these six University of Arizona agricultural centers listed below. Some of our affiliated faculty and staff are based at these centers to carry out research and outreach work at agricultural fields, off-campus farms, greenhouses and various outdoor laboratories.

Campus Agricultural Center (CAC)

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Maricopa Agricultural Center (MAC)

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Red Rock Agricultural Center (RRAC)

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Safford Agricultural Center (SAC)

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Santa Rita Experimental Range (SRER)

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Yuma Agricultural Center (YAC)

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Research Centers

Our faculty, staff and students have access to the five research centers below. These centers cut across various University of Arizona departments and beyond and some of our department is also housed within these centers.

Bio5 Institute

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Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions (CCASS)

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Center for Environmentally Sustainable Mining (CESM)

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Institute of the Environment (IE)

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Water Resources Research Center (WRRC)

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