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Edward J. Meeman Biological Station

The Edward J. Meeman Biological Station was established in 1967 to encourage and foster scientific pursuits in natural history, ecology, and environmental biology. Situated on two sites, the main research area encompasses over 600 acres adjacent to Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park. The second site sits on over 300 acres along the Loosahatchie River in Bartlett. The research sites provide laboratory, classroom, and small conference facilities to faculty and students from The University of Memphis and visiting researchers. Meeman Station is an integral part of the Department of Biology and a unique site dedicated to research, teaching, and community service.

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