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  • Field Station - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News Field Station Our research facility includes Field lab with tables and chairs freezer and cold storage drying racks Internet access Cellphone booster Verizon Sprint GIS capability Meteorological station Onsite fueling unleaded diesel Storage compartments upon permission Living accommodations Eight double occupancy tent cabins with cots mattress pads desks and chairs Outdoor kitchen pavilion with gas cook stove grills refrigerator tables and

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  • Rates - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News Rates TENT CABINS 10 per person per day For scientific research activities 15 per person per day For non scientific research activities USE OF FIELD LAB 10 per group per day but not more than 40 week per group for groups staying overnight 40 per group per day for those not staying overnight Non scientific research activities

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  • Housing Request Form - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Description Research Questions Publications Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News Housing Request Form JavaScript is currently not supported or is disabled by this browser Please enable JavaScript for full functionality After consulting the Housing Availability Calendar please complete the following form to request your accommodations at Canyonlands Research Center All visitors to Canyonlands Research Center must read and sign the Liability Release and Rules for Use This requirement also pertains to each individual in a group that is visiting CRC Please print out the Liability Release and bring the signed copy or copies with you for delivery to the Field Station Manager upon arrival to the CRC Name of Guest s Characters remaining Please provide name of individual s guests and principal investigator or instructor University or Organization Name Characters remaining Please indicate institution or agency of affiliation Billing Address Contact Characters remaining Please indicate the person responsible for payment the phone and e mail of that person and physical billing address E Mail Characters remaining Group Leader s E mail Address Phone Number Characters remaining Group Leader s Phone Number Project Title Characters remaining e g USGS C4

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  • Liability Waiver & Rules for Use - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    of TNC Participant individually and on behalf of Participant s heirs personal representatives executors and assigns agrees to indemnify and defend TNC and all of TNC s employees agents representatives volunteers contractors officers and directors against and to hold the same parties harmless of and from a any and all claims and liabilities of any kind or nature whatsoever for damage injury illness or death of persons or damage to or destruction of property arising from Participant s activities and presence on TNC Property whether or not arising in whole or in part from the real or alleged negligence of or any other act or omission of or by TNC or any of TNC s employees agents representatives volunteers contractors officers and or directors and b any and all claims and liabilities of any kind or nature whatsoever for any injury or damage to any person or property or for the death of any person to the extent caused by the Participant during participation in the Research Activities or during the Participants presence on TNC Property Participant Date Printed Name Phone Number Consent and Signature of Parent or Guardian of a Minor if Participant is under 18 years of age As the parent or guardian of the minor Participant who is signing this Acknowledgment Release and Indemnification in favor of The Nature Conservancy TNC I acknowledge that I have read and understood this Acknowledgment Release and Indemnification as well as any license permit lease contract or other agreement pursuant to which the Participant will engage in the Research Activities where that is applicable and I agree individually and on behalf of my child or ward to all of the terms of this Acknowledgment Release and Indemnification of which I have been given a copy to keep and give my permission to my child or ward to participate in the Research Activities Signature Date Printed Name Address street address City State ZIP Telephone Number Email Thank you for your cooperation and for helping maintain this TNC Property for present and future generations Schedule 1 Rules for Use of TNC Property TNC Property is very remote and largely undeveloped with few if any safety or communications facilities available TNC Property is ecologically significant used for research natural studies and resource management There are a wide array of plants and animals at the TNC Property some of which may be rare or unique in the world so the introduction of other animals rabies insects plants etc could be extremely detrimental to the flora and fauna at the TNC Property The following rules have therefore been promulgated by TNC for the TNC Property 1 No smoking or building of fires of any type is allowed at the TNC Property for any reason due to fire danger 2 Always place trash in trashcans All trash must be completely removed from the TNC Property upon departure carry in carry out Recycle when possible i e aluminum plastic and wet Be aware of small pieces of paper

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  • Driving Directions - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Form Liability Waiver Rules Driving Directions Research Projects Site Description Research Questions Publications Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News Driving Directions From Moab Utah Drive 40 miles south on US Highway 191 to the junction of UT Highway 211 Turn west right on UT 211 and drive 19 5 miles to Canyonlands Research Center From Monticello Utah Drive 14

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  • Research - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Permitting Advice Data Spatial Data Weather Data Gallery Ecological Sites Landscape Facilities Support Supporters Donate Volunteer News Research The Canyonlands Research Center is dedicated to long term research on the interactions between climate and land use in arid and semi arid lands The Canyonlands Research Center Study Area contains an array of environmental and management conditions that makes it an ideal location for research on the effects of climate on

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  • Projects - Canyonlands Research Center - canyonlandsresearchcenter.org
    Management Triggers for NPS Vital Signs Mark Miller Steve Garman U S Geological Survey 2009 2011 Vegetation Classification and Mapping Project Report Canyonlands National Park Janet Coles Amy Tendick Aneth Witgh Dusty Perkins Marion Reid Karin Decker NPS NCPN NatureServe Colorado State Univ 2011 Development of a Science Based Decision Making Model in Restoration of a Pinyon Juniper Woodland Nichole Barger Mark Miller Jeff Herrick Univ of Colorado NPS SEUG USDA ARS 2009 2012 Satellite Detection and Mapping of Early Season Invasive Plants Canyonlands National Park Ray Kokaly Mark Miller U S Geological Survey NPS SEUG 2006 Ongoing Evaluation of Field and Analysis Techniques for use as long term monitoring tools for Mexican Spotted Owls and their Habitats Leah Lewis Brent D Bibles Frank P Howe Utah State Univ UT Div of Wildlife Res 2010 2013 Differences in macroinvertebrate community structure along a gradient of habitat conditions in streams and rivers of the semi arid Colorado Plateau Matthew Miller Anne Brasher U S Geological Survey 2009 in review Carbon management on public lands in the Intermountain West Multi scale analysis of carbon stock response to human and natural disturbances Jason Neff Nichole Barger Lisa Dilling Jana Milford University of Colorado 2011 2014 Examining the trade offs between fugitive dust production suppression and potential effects on roadside vegetation in Arches National Park UT USA Scott Hoffman Mark Brunson Jayne Belnap Janis Boettinger Chris Call Chris Montz Utah State Univ U S Geological Survey 2009 2012 Landscape Genetics of Stipa hymenoides Indian ricegrass in Arches and Canyonlands National Parks Research to Support Grassland Restoration Planning in the Context of Changing Climatic Conditions Troy Wood Mark Miller U S Geological Survey National Park Service 2011 2012 Long Term Changes in Colorado Plateau Ecosystems Using Repeat Photography Mark E Miller Robert H Webb Charles

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