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UW-NPS Research Center
Harold L. Bergman
Dept. 3166
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-4227


 Brandon Overstreet

Brandon Overstreet (University of Wyoming) on the Snake River.

UW-NPS Research Station prides itself on the level of award winning research conducted by the people who stay with us.  From Art History to Zoology we have researchers who use the facilities to better understand the Greater Yellowstone Area.  The station has housing, Internet access, meeting rooms and equipment for researchers and at a price that is hard to beat.  Contact us for more information.

UW NPS Annual Report is now online!

The University of Wyoming is working on bringing all the annual reports (starting in the 1960's) online.  You can find them at

Amy and Ms Iris

UW NPS Research begins early!

Who needs a degree when both your folks are professors? 

UW Associate Research Scientist Amy Krist (and her daughter), University of Penn State Altoona Associate Professor Ed Levri, UW Ph.D. student Michele Larson, and UW undergraduate student and EPSCoR fellow Daniel Greenwood, teamed up at the UW-NPS research station in summer 2014 to address questions about the impacts of the invasive New Zealand mud snail on native snails. 

Congratulations to 2014 recipients of the University of Wyoming - National Park Service Small grants

  • Dr. Diane Debinski. Iowa State University. "Simulating expected changes in pollinator resources as a function of climate change"
  • Dr. Aida Farag & Dr. Annika Walters. USGS. "Temperature regime, water quality, and the potential distribution of aquatic invasive/exotic species in GTNP"
  • Dr. William Gribb. University of Wyoming. "Water flow and beaver habitat in GTNP: Adaptation to climate"
  • Dr. Mathew Kauffman. University of Wyoming. "The state-dependent metabolic hypothesis: Implications for the foraging ecology and life history of migratory ungulates in the GYE"
  • Dr. Hayley Lanier. University of Wyoming - Casper. "Long-term community responses to the 1988 Huckleberry Mountain fire"
  • Dr. Carl Legliter. University of Wyoming. "Effects of floodplain constriction by levees on a high-energy gravel-bed river: Snake River, Wyoming"
  • Dr. Kendra McLaughlen. Kansas State University. "Dendrochronological assessment of whitebark pine response to past climate change: Implications for a threatened species in GTNP"
  • Dr. Laura Schriber Laura. Indiana University. "Archaeology and social geography in the Sunlight Basin, WY"
  • Dr. Mathew Stern. Jackson Hole Museum. "Teton archaeological project"
  • Dr. Jared Strasburg. University of Minnesota-Duluth. "Estimating population demographics of moose in northern YNP using non-invasive methods"
  • Dr. Glenn Thackray. "Near-surface geometric evaluation of the Teton Fault, GTNP, WY, for earthquake hazards analysis"
  • Dr. Daniel Tinker. University of Wyoming. "Evaluating the effects of projected climate change on forest fire susceptibility using a novel forest fuel moisture model"

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