The Atlantic Research and Learning Center (ARLC) maintains ambitious research goals. The ARLC works to increase and expand the scientific research conducted at Cape Cod National Seashore through partnerships with individuals, colleges and universities, public agencies, and non-governmental organizations. The ARLC fosters research that will contribute to Park Service management objectives. Cape Cod National Seashore is especially interested in research that leverages the Cape Cod Ecosystem Monitoring program implemented by NPS scientists in cooperation with the USGS.
The ARLC has a proud history of sponsoring research at Cape Cod National Seashore. Explore our online resources and learn more about research projects past and present.
The Atlantic Research and Learning Center offers a range of facilities and provides housing to visiting researchers. Learn about the facilities and housing available to visiting researchers at the Atlantic Research and Learning Center.
Research in a National Park requires a permit. Find out about research permit requirements for Cape Cod National Seashore and how to apply for a National Park Service research permit.
Internships, fellowships, and volunteering... discover research opportunities through the Atlantic Research and Learning Center.
Last updated: May 26, 2017