ESPM faculty and extension specialists and their postdoctoral scholars and students have access to an unparalleled set of research sites, centers, facilities, and collections.
Curtis Ewing, an ESPM Postdoc, on the highest peak of Moorea, at the Richard B. Gump South Pacific Research Station, 1200m, Mt. Toheia, collecting beetles and other arthropods as part of the Moorea BioCode project. Photo by George Roderick.
- ESPM Environmental Genomics Lab
- Berkeley Forests
- Richard B. Gump South Pacific Research Station
- UC Natural Reserve System
- Berkeley Atmospheric Science Center
- Berkeley Institute for the Environment
- Berkeley Water Center
- Center for Ecosystem Measurement, Monitoring and Modeling
- Center for Biological Control
- Center for Fire Research and Outreach
- Center for Forestry
- Geographic Information Science Center
- Science, Technology and Society Center
- Biological Imaging Facility
- Geospatial Innovation Facility
- Insectary and Quarantine Facility, Oxford Tract Greenhouse Facility: The Oxford Tract, at the Northwest corner of the UC Berkeley campus, houses the PMB (North) Greenhouses, Oxford Research (South) Greenhouses, Insectary Greenhouse, Insectary Building, and Natural Resources Laboratory. The College supports 38,000 square feet of greenhouse space, an insect quarantine facility, 1.5 acres of research field, and instructional classroom garden for research and instructional use by UCB faculty, researchers and staff.
- Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Facility