WiscSIMS, the Wisconsin Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer Laboratory, explores new applications of in situ analysis to stable isotope geochemistry. Research in many disciplines can benefit by using the IMS-1280 ion microprobe, a CAMECA large radius magnetic sector SIMS. The dramatic reductions of sample size and analysis spot sizes from 1 to 10 micrometers offer many exciting, potentially revolutionary, research opportunities.

[Announcement] Free Registration for HiRes2017, Workshop on High Resolution Proxies of Climate Change, June 18-21, Madison, Wisconsin
See abstracts and talks from HiRes2013 and Hires2015. Mar 8, 2017

[New Paper] A search for H-chondritic chromite grains in sediments that formed immediately after the breakup of the L-chondrite parent body 470 Ma ago, Mar 15, 2016

[Important Notice!] Rate Change, Dec 22, 2015

New Hadean Zircon Research, March 2014

Mifflin Meteorite, April 2010: Publication | Pictures

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