Biological Station

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Northern Michigan - Education
... The University of Michigan runs the University of Michigan Biological Station out of Pellston, MI ... Central Michigan University runs the CMU Biological Station on Beaver Island ... Hillsdale College runs the biological station in Lake County ...
Los Amigos Biological Station
... The Los Amigos Biological Station is a research station in lowland Amazonian forest at the base of Peru's southern Andes, at 270 masl in Madre de Dios department ... The station's official name in Spanish is Centro de Investigación y Capacitación Río Los Amigos (Los Amigos Research and Training Center) ... The station sits on a high terrace at the confluence of the Madre de Dios and Los Amigos rivers ...
Wayqecha Biological Station
... The Wayqecha Biological Station is a tropical ecological research station near Peru's Manú National Park ... This research station is located (13°10'38.06"S, 71°36'16.36"W) in the upper reaches of the Río Cosñipata, an affluent of the Madre de Dios River, in the Paucartambo Province, Cusco Region ... The station ranges from 2200 to 3700 m in elevation and includes several Andean ecosystems, such as montane forests, elfin forests, montane scrub and high-Andean grassland (puna) ...
Cerro De La Muerte Biological Station
... The Cerro de la Muerte Biological Station is a one of the several field stations for biological research that exist in Costa Rica ... highest points in the Cordillera de Talamanca), this is the biological station located at the highest elevation in Costa Rica and perhaps in all of Central America ... Federico Valverde, the owner of the station is a former herpetologist from the University of Costa Rica who decided to protect these lands and offer them to the scientific community ...

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