Teresa Jiles sets up equiptment to conduct night sky research.
Homestead National Monument of America is a great place to conduct research! The monument is home to the Nation's Second Oldest Restored Tallgrass Prairie, lowland burr oak forest Homestead NM of America is a great place to conduct research and over 1 mile of Cub Creek. If you would like to conduct research at Homestead NM of America you will be required to fill out a permit. The permitting system must be filled out on-line.
The address for the web site is https://science1.nature.nps.gov/research/ac/ResearchIndex.
For more information about the monument's resources or the permitting process please contact the monument's Resource Manager, Jesse Bolli at 402-223-3514 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Projects that are currently ongoing are:
Bur Oak Isotope Study
Prairie Photomonitoring 1976-current
Cub Creek Photomonitoring 2004-current
Deer Population Monitoring
Air Quality Monitoring PM2.5 (starting fall 2008)
Plant Community monitoring Completed by HTLN
Aquatic Invertebrate Monitoring by HTLN
Fish Community Monitoring by HTLN
Breeding Bird Monitoring by HTLN