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Using wild vertebrates in research

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Outdoor Science Education Program

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Agency Support

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Natural History

The Flora of VESR

Collections

SNARL Species Lists

Birds of SNARL
Fish, Amphibians and Reptiles of SNARL

Macroinvertebrates of SNARL

Mammals of SNARL
Valentine Camp Sepcies Lists
Birds of Valentine Camp
Fish, Amphibians and Reptiles of Valentine Camp
Mammals of Valentine Camp

Geology of Valentine Camp

Geology of SNARL

How to Help

Summary

Why Support VESR?

Online Giving Link

VESR Gift Pledge Form

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Links

Mammoth Lakes weather

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The UC Natural Reserve System Home Page

UCSB Home Page

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Organization of Biological Field Stations

White Mountain Research Station

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area

Mammoth Mountain Snow Study Site

Inyo National Forest

Airport Weather ( for SNARL)

Valentine Eastern Sierra Reserve (VESR) is a field research station of the University of California, a unit in the University's Natural Reserve System (NRS). The Reserve consists of two sites, Valentine Camp and the Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory (SNARL), located 15 miles apart near Mammoth Lakes in the eastern Sierra Nevada. Administered by UC Santa Barbara, the Reserve provides protected wildlands, on-site experimental facilities, as well as the support facilities for conducting studies of natural systems over a large part of central, eastern California and western Nevada. Consistent with the mission of the University of California, the Reserve also supports college-level instruction and public outreach. The Reserve is open, by application, to any bona fide researcher or instructor and we welcome your inquires.

 

 

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