Learn about scientific research and environmental monitoring at Crater Lake National Park. Active environmental monitoring activities include:
Science and Learning Center
The Crater Lake Science and Learning Center provides the intersection between educators, scientists, and artists. The Center is housed in the former Superintendents House with a separate residential facility in the former Naturalists residence.
Bull Trout Conservation and Recovery
Environmental Monitoring of Crater Lake
Impacts of introduced, non-native crayfish on the Crater Lake ecosystem.
Mazama Newt monitoring in Crater Lake
Did You Know?
William Gladstone Steel worked for 17 years to convince Congress that a national park should be created to protect Crater Lake. He finally succeeded and the park was authorized on May 22, 1902.