Forms, procedures and important information for users of the Biogeoscience Institute.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 30 July 2020
On March 20, 2020, the University of Calgary suspended activities at Biogeoscience Institute.
As part of the University of Calgary return to campus, the Biogeoscience Institute will resume research activities at a reduced capacity in August 2020. Read the full update.
Beginning Aug. 4, University of Calgary researchers may request accommodation and lab access at the Barrier Lake Field Station.
Access to the R.B. Miller Field Station and Sheep River Site remains suspended.
Request access by contacting Adrienne Cunnings, Field Research Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.