Center for Natural Organic Matter Research
Projects include: interactions of NOM with metals and xenobiotic organic compounds; the role of NOM in water treatment; and the role of NOM in plant growth investigations.
NRCS Soil Quality Institute
The Soil Quality Institute identifies soil quality research findings and practical technologies that help conserve and improve soil, and enhance farming, ranching, forestry, and gardening enterprises.
Established in 1995, the Precision Agriculture Center fosters the use of site specific management techniques through collaborative research, education, and outreach programs.
Soil & Landscape Analysis Laboratory (GIS Lab)
The Soil and Landscape Analysis Laboratory is a multi-disciplinary facility that supports innovative research activities, teaching and outreach activities, as well as GIS/Remote Sensing services that focus on spatial analysis of natural resources. The available infrastructure, both physical and intellectual, housed within the lab provides valuable tools for students, faculty, and research staff to study the spatial dynamics of soil science, climatology, and hydrology.
Water Resources Center
The WRC helps to coordinate outreach and research within the University, enabling more effective delivery of research to decision makers and citizens, and opening new avenues for multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary partnerships.