Cornell Biological Field Station

 

at Shackelton Point

 

 

 

900 Shackelton Point Road, Bridgeport, NY 13030


(315) 633-9243

  

 

 


 

The 2015 CBFS Annual Report is now available here.

 


 

 

CBFS Mission: To conduct research in fisheries and aquatic ecology in New York State with a focus on Oneida Lake, the Great Lakes and other NYS inland lakes. To support the educational, outreach and extension programs of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and Cornell University.

 

 

 

Oneida Lake

 

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CBFS News

 

 

Six decades of research on Oneida Lake,

 

New York State’s largest interior lake,

 

has been explored in the new book,

 

Oneida Lake: Long-term Dynamics of a

 

Managed Ecosystem and Its Fishery,

 

published by the American Fisheries

 

Society (AFS). 

 

 

Unique to this book is the long-term

 

ecosystem study, begun by John Forney,

 

which has become a model for other fresh

 

water lakes around the world.  Also

 

unique is the continuous long-term

 

collaboration and support of the New

 

York Department of Environmental

 

Conservation.

 

 

For more information or to order a copy,

 

go  to the AFS website:

 

www.fisheries.org/bookstore/

 

 

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Attention former Interns,

 

Students and Staff:

 

 

We are updating our email list and

 

want to ensure you continue to

 

receive important notices and

 

mailings (like the CBFS Annual

 

Report).  Please take a minute to

 

send an email to JoAnne Getchonis,

 

jgg4@cornell.edu,with the subject

 

line "email update" and your name. 

 

We will add you to our list!

 

 

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Last update-April 2016 by

 

JoAnne Getchonis