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The Theodore Roosevelt Complex currently offers university professors and their students, partnering federal and state agencies, scientists, contractors, and others the chance to conduct short- and longterm research projects, monitoring studies, and surveys on refuge lands.

Research projects contribute to a better understanding of refuge wildlife and habitat resources, provide information to improve adaptive management decisions, and increase life history information on species of concern. One example of ongoing research on the Complex is Feral Swine Disease Monitoring with the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS). Please click here for more information.