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Terrestrial Ecosystem Science & Technology (TEST)

  • JOIN US in Alaska. Research opportunities for ecosystem field studies.

  • Evaluating field sites for phase 2 of NGEE-Arctic research.

  • PubSci: Climate, February 2015, chat with expert TEST scientists.

  • PubSci: Climate, February 2015, featuring Alistair Rogers, Shawn Serbin, and Chongai Kuang

  • PubSci: Climate, February 2015, featuring Alistair Rogers, Shawn Serbin, and Chongai Kuang

  • JOIN US in the tropics. Research opportunities for ecosystem field studies.

  • NGEE-Tropics: tropical forests cycle more CO2 and water than any other biome.

  • JOIN US in California. HyspIRI Project: Measurement of ecosystem metabolism across climatic and vegetation gradients.

  • MICMoR: Mechanisms and Interactions of Climate Change in Mountain Regions

  • Completed Tram system

  • We use liquid handling robots to increase throughput

  • 6400-40 Leaf Chamber Fluorimeter

  • NGEE-Arctic All Hands Meeting December 2014

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LI-COR Workshops at BNL, April 7-9, 2015

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TEST is hosting two LI-COR workshops at Brookhaven National Laboratory in April 2015.

The first will be a one-day workshop for researchers who are interested in learning more about the theory and application of photosynthesis or current users using LI-COR’s LI-6400/XT Portable Photosynthesis System (April 7th). Register for the LI-6400XT Workshop

The second is a two-day Eddy Covariance training course (April 8-9th). Register for the Eddy Covariance Workshop

The workshops are free of charge to participants, but registration will be required because space is limited.


Doctoral Program

You will be paired with a BNL scientist on a mutually agreed upon project, which will enhance your research skills and may lead to multiple scientific publications and may support your graduate thesis or dissertation.

Apply to Doctoral Program*

Post-doctoral Program

You will participate in a cutting-edge scientific research program, directed by a BNL staff member. The nature of your research assignment will be determined after a review of your background and interests by our staff.

Apply to Post-doc Program*

Undergraduate Program

You will be mentored by a BNL scientist in an ongoing research project during a six week summer session. You may also work during the academic year, usually to complete your project.

Apply to Undergrad Program*

*If you apply to the GRIP, AGEP-T or SULI program please also contact us directly so we are aware of your application.

Contact TEST

Alistair Rogers

Scientist, Group Leader
Biological, Environmental & Climate Sciences Department
Bldg. 490A - P.O. Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000

Ph.: (631) 344-2948