California’s Blue Oak Ranch Reserve features blue oaks, tiger salamanders and sites for valuable environmental research projects including parasitology.
Monitoring marine species both great and small, Alaska’s Sitka Sound Science Center keeps track of the health of fish, kelp, copepods and more.
Mount Desert Rock offers unique research opportunities and austere beauty to high school, undergraduate and graduate students. Its surrounding waters feature humpback, minke, fin and northern right whales.
Thomas More Biology Field Station tracks Ohio River health, raises freshwater mussels and Eastern hellbenders, monitors for HAB and more.
Murray State’s Hancock Biological Station, a Center of Excellence in Kentucky, uses environmental monitoring to elucidate the inner workings of its large reservoir system
New York’s Cary Institute has a long history of important environmental monitoring contributions, from pivotal acid rain research to long-term road salt monitoring.
Archbold Biological Station is a wildlife research haven in the heart of Florida with extensive long-term records for rare species, fire, floods and more.
Ohio State’s Stone Lab researchers make headway in understanding Microcystis toxin production and predicting toxicity of HAB events in the Lake Erie region.
A member of the Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS), the Blackwater Ecological Preserve boasts longleaf pine communities, rare plants and artifacts.