LSC scientists are conducting studies of the distribution and genetics of rare plants to assist the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and National Park Service.
Field necropsy of a largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) as part of a wild fish health assessment.
Sampling blood from rainbow trout on the Alagnak River, Alaska.
Field processing station for fish necropsy and sample collection as part of a collaborative U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service project investigating possible endocrine disruption in Region 5 National Wildlife Refuges.
Welcome to the Leetown Science Center
A Center of Excellence for Biological Science conducting research needed to restore, maintain, enhance, and protect aquatic and terrestrial organisms and their supporting ecosystems.