Makerere University’s Biological Field Station (MUBFS), located in western Uganda’s Kibale National Park, offers excellent research and training opportunities in the physical, biological, and social sciences. This region of East Africa has exceptional natural and cultural resources, and is home to seven national parks and numerous protected areas. The Station can accommodate researchers and trainees year-round, and offers a wide range of facilities and services, including lodging, meals, laundry, phone, fax, e-mail, a library, and limited transportation and computer access. MUBFS is easily accessible, has a strong 25-year research record, and an extensive forest trail system. Uganda’s stable democratic system, English language, and favorable climate make the Station an ideal site for research and training. For more information contact the MUBFS Homepage on the World Wide Web at http://www.usu.edu/~mubfs/index.html.
Lilieholm, R. J.; Sharik, T. L.; and Paul, K. B.
"Research and training opportunities at Makerere University Biological Field Station located in Uganda's Kibale National Park,"
Natural Resources and Environmental Issues: Vol. 7
, Article 59.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/nrei/vol7/iss1/59