Hubbard Brook Critical Research Survey
Dear Colleague,

Please complete this form to help coordinate needs to meet critical research. We ask that you submit one form per major project, and include all participating personnel and needs in the one form. Wait for confirmation of approval before you travel to Hubbard Brook.

Critical research is defined as (1) ongoing long-term research and field experiments that will be significantly less valuable if temporarily discontinued, (2) ongoing long-term research and field experiments that will provide insights into the impact of a global pandemic on ecosystems and the services they provide to society; and (3) ongoing graduate student and post-doctoral research which, if interrupted, would create loss of critical data delaying graduation for one or more years.
Part 1: Field research needs prior to June 1
Lead contact's email addresses *
Lead contact's institution *
Names of all personnel requesting access to the site (including PIs, students, postdocs, and technicians, separated by semicolons) *
Personnel's institutions (separated by semicolons) *
Brief description of research (provide an overview of research and reference its priority based on above guidelines, max. 150 words) *
Collection schedule (list your next collection or sampling date and other collection/sampling dates through May, separated by semicolons) *
Are your collection/sampling dates flexible? *
Please provide any additional brief comments (max. 150 words) explaining research needs prior to June 1.
Part 2: Critical research plans for summer (May/June, July, August)
Names of all personnel requesting access to the site (including PIs, students, postdocs, and technicians, separated by semicolons) *
Personnel's institutions (separated by semicolons) *
Brief description of research (provide an overview of research and reference its priority based on above guidelines, max. 150 words) *
Proposed collection/sampling dates (separated by semicolons) *
Are your collection/sampling dates flexible? *
Are you requesting HBRF housing for staff? *
If yes, check months that apply
Please provide any additional brief comments (max. 150 words) explaining research needs and plans for the summer.
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