Explore the Fort Collins Science Center Research Portfolio
FORT researchers produce cutting edge tools for monitoring and conserving sage-grouse
FORT scientists publish a synthesis of science on the effects of noise from oil and gas development on ungulates and small mammals
This synthesis is the first in a series of a new type of science product: Science Syntheses to Inform National Environmental Policy Act Analyses
FORT economists and social scientists investigate the complex relationship between nature and humans
Research includes studies of visitor impacts on parks, wildfire risk assessments, and economic impacts of invasive grasses.
FORT scientists produce tools and research for better management of invasive species
From pythons in the Everglades, to annual grasses invading the western United States, FORT invasive species research spans a wide range of taxonomic groups and landscapes.
FORT researchers improve methods for monitoring, management, and conservation of wildlife.
Fort Collins Science Center
Welcome to the Fort Collins Science Center (FORT) located in Fort Collins, Colorado, just east of the Rocky Mountains. At FORT we develop and disseminate research-based information and tools needed to understand the nation’s biological resources in support of effective decision making.