The John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is host to many ongoing research projects; including natural resources, paleontology, and cultural heritage conservation. If you would like visit the monument with the intent of doing research within its boundaries, please review the information below.
Thomas Condon Paleontology Center houses comprehensive and contemporary facilities that offer scholars, educators, and scientists the resources needed to conduct research within the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. The Thomas Condon Paleontology Center offers a variety of services to support and facilitate research including:
- Digitized catalog of collections
- Access to curated specimens
- Available ArcGIS data, regional lithologys and rare Geologic Survey maps
- Listings of short term housing opportunities (paid for by researcher)
- Presentation/ lecture room with accompanying A/V hardware
- Staff library with extensive professional literature