BFS Research

Jim Vogler

Past Student-Facilitated Research

Since the BFS' summer internship program began in 1974, hundreds of college undergraduate and high school students have participated in research at the Biological Field Station. Students are also involved in research at the BFS under the guidance of SUNY Oneonta faculty via Directed Research and Independent Study opportunities during the academic year; students are generally associated with the Biology Department, though the BFS is a resource intended for all academic departments at SUNY Oneonta. Student research projects are described and presented in each year's BFS Annual Report (see our Publications page for reports back to 1968).

Data Repository

Datasets associated with microplastics research of Kiyoko Yokota

Algal Culture Data (MS Excel) and Metadata (MS Word)

Microplastics Size Distribution Data (MS Excel) and Metadata (MS Word)

Partnering Organizations


Main Laboratory
5838 State Hwy 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326
Phone: 607-547-8778
Fax: 607-547-5114

Lakeside Farm &
Upland Interpretive Center
7027 State Hwy 80
Springfield, NY
(physical address)

Thayer Boathouse
7016 State Hwy 80
Springfield, NY

Rum Hill
Thurston Hill Rd.
Springfield, NY

Goodyear Swamp Sanctuary
7290 State Hwy 80
Springfield, NY

Greenwoods Conservancy
824 Zachow Rd.
Hartwick, NY 13348

Upper Research Site
Averill Rd.
Cooperstown, NY

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