Project baseline will be starting work at MLBS in 2014: Project Baseline is a multi-university collaboration that aims to create a unique seed bank used to study plant evolution in response to environmental change.
Mice in the wild have no problem dining where someone else has pooped. Animals with higher standards of hygiene, reported in earlier studies, may not face the same dangers as small, hungry creatures scurrying around the woods.
The University of Virginia Library and Mountain Lake Biological Station are enlisting citizen scientists from around the world to help transcribe nearly 7,000 handwritten historical plant records that have been tucked away for decades inside a file cabinet.
Registration CLOSED for 2013 SEPEEG
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Overall, there has been a steady decline in the pursuit of biological research involving long-term field research that relies upon a deep understanding of natural history. This is a well-recognized phenomenon among ecologists and evolutionary biologists.
UVA Field Stations Featured in Outreach Newletter.
Fungi class post blog of course findings and activities.
The University of Virginia’s Mountain Lake Biological Station near Pembroke in Southwest Virginia is hosting an open house July 13 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Ana Golici to Be First Artist-in-Residence at Mountain Lake Biological Station
JUNE 27, 2013