National parks support a wide variety of research by both park scientists and scientists from outside institutions. In Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, scientists conduct research that includes the ecology of specific plants and animals, ecosystem level interactions, climate change, geology, hydrology, glaciology, fire effects, visitor experience, and cultural resources. Park managers depend on the latest scientific information to help guide decisions about park management.
Search for Investigator Annual Reports of other research topics at the National Park Service Research Permit and Reporting System.
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Boyd Evison Graduate Research Fellowship
This graduate research fellowship honors Boyd Evison, one of the National Park Service's greatest leaders in support of expanding scientific knowledge to help shape management decisions and maintain uncompromised native resources. The Evison Fellowship encourages scientific and conservation-related research in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, providing up to $10,000 in support for work leading to completion of a master's or PhD degree in the biosciences, geosciences, or social sciences. Learn more about the Evison Fellowship, past projects, and how to apply here.