Field Stations, Research Forests, and Museums
UC Berkeley manages an extraordinary array of field stations, research reserves and experimental forests in California and beyond. In addition, UC Berkeley's natural history museum collections represent over 12 million voucher specimens in anthropology, botany, entomology, herpetology, mammalogy, ornithology, and paleontology. Other than the Berkeley Forests, the units listed below report to the Vice Chancellor for Research.
- UC Berkeley Reserves and Field Stations include:
- Berkeley Forests managed by the Rausser College of Natural Resources include:
- Natural History Museums include:
- Lawrence Hall of Science