Undergraduates are invited to apply for a Summer 2022 paid research experience with the Virginia Coast Reserve LTER on the Eastern Shore of VA!
Applications due February 8th, 2022.
Details on available projects and how to apply: https://www.abcrc.virginia.edu/siteman2/index.php/2022/01/14/2022-reu-opportunities-at-the-virginia-coast-reserve-lter/
As of Summer 2021, the Coastal Research Center is open to researchers and classes from UVA and beyond with COVID safety precautions in place.
UVA has implemented a “mask requirement for all people, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, who enter UVA properties, effective Monday, Aug. 9. This does not include dorms or private housing, including common areas within those spaces. Those spaces will be largely full of vaccinated people and easier for the University to monitor and respond if cases do arise. The temporary mask requirement also does not apply outdoors.” This policy is in place until further notice.
You can visit UVA’s website to read the University of Virginia’s complete set of policies in response to Covid-19.
A glimpse of station life with VCR LTER
We envision VCR LTER and the Coastal Research Center as a thriving research community where both our scientists’ identities and their research projects are fully supported.
Welcome to the Anheuser-Busch Coastal Research Center (ABCRC) of the University of Virginia!
The field station provides laboratory and dormitory facilities, logistics and technical support to visiting ABCRC researchers from various institutions and agencies. Field station personnel maintain the site, conduct collaborative research with other researchers, collect data from meteorological stations, tide gauges, well transects and water level recorders. The staff are here to support your research, logistics to and from research sites, integration of GPS surveys (both kinematic and static), assisting in laboratory facilities and availability and housing/dormitory requirements.
Consult the menus (above) for additional information and resources. You can also view an interactive map showing ABCRC sites and facilities.