The Biogeography Lab is located on the seventh floor (# 706) of the O&M Building.
The biogeography laboratory in the Department of Geography at Texas A&M is designed to facilitate state-of-the-art research in modeling and tree-ring analysis. The lab contains microscopes, Velmex measuring systems, and tree-ring analysis software, along with a separate workshop for sanding and sawing tree-ring samples. We also have a variety of micrometeorological measurement equipment and dataloggers to support the empirical research done by biogeographers at A&M. The lab has ample storage space and a full array of standard field equipment such as measuring tapes, increment borers and GPS units. Our modeling facilities include both Unix- and Windows-based machines dedicated to the development and testing of simulation models of biogeographic phenomena.