IOBFS Directory Form
The goal of IOBFS is to assist field
stations worldwide by promoting communication among field stations and
communication between stations and the general public. This information
gathered from this form will serve as a source of
information for the International Directory of Field Stations, published and
distributed by IOBFS. After completing, please email to OBFS International Committee
Chairman Dr. Richard L. Wyman,
(as Word or HTML file attachment) or mail to The Edmund Niles Huyck
Preserve and Biological Research Station, PO Box 189, Rensselaerville, NY 12147
1. Station Name:
2. Mailing Address:
4. Web Site URL:
6. Address (if different):
7. Year of establishment:
8. Geographic location:
9. Area (hectares):
11. Is the Field Station already part of a
12. Is the Field Station open all year? If
not, which months?
13. Permanent Staff:
14. Emphasis of Field Station (i.e. research, education, preservation):
15. Does your field station have a
specialized area of study? If so, what is it?
16. Is the Field Station available to visiting
scientists and/or students?
17. Is the Field Station involved with
18. Are Research Grants available?
19. Are Internships available?
20. Describe the Biotic communities available at the Field Station?
21. Which facilities are available at the
Field Station? (Check those which apply)
22. Describe significant equipment and/or special
equipment available at the Field Station:
Temperature controlled rooms:
Special equipment (please list):
23. Are there recreational
beaches, trails, etc.)?
24. IOBFS would like to form a working group to steer its development. If
you would like to be involved, please tell us. We are looking for people with an
interest in the future of biological field stations and a willingness to share
their ideas for field station development. Any other comments would also be