From SoMAS’ fleet of well-equipped research vessels to the most up-to-date facilities for weather analysis, forecasting, and research, SoMAS has outstanding infrastructure to support both field and laboratory work. SoMAS’ facilities at the Stony Brook and Stony Brook Southampton campuses provide SoMAS students with convenient access to the diverse environments of the New York region.
- Analytical Laboratory
- Southampton Marine Station
- Flax Pond Marine Laboratory
- Nano-RAMAN Molecular Imaging Laboratory
- Marine Animal Disease Laboratory
- Mobile Atmospheric Research Trailer (SMART)
- Trace Gas Analysis Laboratory
- Geospatial Center
- Center for Clean Water Technology
- Research Vessels
- Vessel/Boat Charters — Educational Field Trips
- Instrument Laboratory (eShop)
- MASIC Library
- Weather and Tide Stations
- Meteorogical and Atmospheric Chemistry Facilities at ITPA
- Radar Observatory
- The Boathouse
SoMAS Facility Managers
Discovery Hall 141
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5000
15 Shore Drive
Old Field, NY 11733
News articles related to SoMAS facilities are listed below:
From Long Island Scientist Wins EPA Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor Challenge by Sonia Mohabir on EPA.gov, May 5, 2020. NEW YORK (May 5, 2020) Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that a scientist from Stony Brook University in Stony...
Stony Brook University Interim President Bernstein Pens Op-Ed Explaining Impact of Higher Ed on Communities
From Interim President Bernstein Pens Op-Ed Explaining Impact of Higher Ed on Communities on Stony Brook University News, December 23, 2019. In an op-ed published December 23 in University Business, Interim President Michael A. Bernstein explains how higher ed...
As 2019 draws to a close, so does another decade of Making Scientific Research Count. The School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences accomplished much in the years between 2010 and 2019, recording $82 million in research expenditures, and over 1,300 degree...
Photo above: SBU’s Bassem Allam is the lead PI on a study of hard clams (photo by Bassem Allam); Inset photo: A worker at Norm Bloom & Son Oysters offloads shellfish harvested from the company’s beds in Norwalk, CT (photo by Judy Benson, Connecticut Sea Grant)....
Take a virtual tour of the Radar Observatory at South P Lot! Use your mouse to click-and-drag the photosphere around to view the image in 360 degrees, and then click on the arrows to move to the next scene.
Photo above: the 2019 class of SUNY Chancellor's Award recipients, including SoMAS Adjunct Lecturer Maria Brown. Congratulations to SoMAS faculty and staff for their recent awards and recognitions. Interim President Michael Bernstein honored more than 65 faculty and...
From High-Tech Instruments Empower the Search for Microplastics by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook News, November 1, 2019 It’s an invisible problem on a global scale. Drinking straws, shopping bags and other plastic litter contaminating our beaches and oceans are easy to...
Image above: Raman microspectroscopy helps researchers observe cell chemistry by focusing a laser beam on a spot within a cell and then capturing light emitted after interactions with cellular molecules, which produces a molecular fingerprint (Raman spectrum). From...
Photo above: Frank Russo delivers a rundown on Stony Brook University’s Wastewater Research and Innovation Facility. From Stony Brook Know-How Helps to Protect Long Island’s Water Supply on Stony Brook News by Rob Emproto on August 30, 2019. There are now about...
Center for Clean Water Technology hosts ribbon cutting ceremony for Wastewater Research & Innovation Facility
The New York State Center for Clean Water Technology (CCWT) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for its newly constructed and operational Wastewater Research & Innovation Facility (WRIF) on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 2 Parson Drive, Stony Brook, NY. State Legislators,...