Research Recovery at Jasper Ridge
Stanford University’s staged plan for resuming research is intended to re-activate research, including field research at Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, while minimizing the risk of transmission of SARS-CoV-2. This page provides information on the status of access to Jasper Ridge for research. It will be updated as conditions change. Questions about resuming research at Jasper Ridge should be directed to Nona Chiariello.
February 3, 2021
Recovery stage: Stage 2
Summary of access for research:
Access to Jasper Ridge for research requires a proposal that addresses current Stage 2 requirements.
During Stage 2, research at Jasper Ridge has been limited to activities that are necessary for maintaining essential research that is already in place and/or time-sensitive collecting, monitoring, or recording of data for existing studies. As of February 1, Jasper Ridge is reviewing proposals for new research, but capacity to initiate new projects during phase 2 is limited, and COVID-related restrictions may limit what we can consider.
Please note that a 10-day local quarantine is required of any researcher who travels to Jasper Ridge from >150 miles away. Everyone who enters for research is required to comply with Stanford's COVID-19 testing policy.
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