January 30, 2012
This is the most productive (measured in scientific publications) terrestrial field station in the world, with scientists coming from all over the US and from overseas to work there each summer. A lot of important research on high-altitude ecology, evolutionary biology, and behavioral ecology is conducted there, and many students (undergraduate and graduate) have been trained there. I've worked there every summer since 1971. David Inouye, University of Maryland
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