Sedgwick Reserve is used primarily as a scientific research site. In any given year more than 50 projects may run concurrently, with individual researchers spending an average of 14 days a year conducting their field studies. While many of our projects are based at UCSB, it is not uncommon for researchers to come from other states and countries to conduct work in this stunning Mediterranean landscape. As a result of their hard work and dedication, Sedgwick scientists have on average between 10 and 25 journal manuscripts published annually that utilize Sedgwick research.
To learn more about research at Sedgwick Reserve visit the website for The La Kretz Research Center at Sedgwick Reserve.