Getting Started at Toolik Field Station
If it is your first time here or you're a Toolik Field Station Veteran you'll need to make sure all is in order before your trip up to Toolik! You will find useful links down below to pertinent information about what you will need for your visit. If you are unsure about what you might need, please use our flow chart to help guide you to where you need to be.
Logging in to your myToolik account will often be the first step for anything related to conducting research at Toolik Field Station.
- Manage your projects and invoices
- Make housing reservations for your time at Toolik Field Station
- Reserve transportation to and from Toolik Field Station
- Reserve equipment and lab space
- Complete required training
Before you start your research at the Toolik Field Station you'll need to make sure you have your permits in order.
To ensure the safety and well-being of individuals at Toolik Field Station as well as operating under the guidelines of the National Science Foundation and other entities, please review and follow Toolik's policies.
Preparing your luggage for your stay at Toolik can be tricky. Here are some tips on what to bring and what to expect during your stay. There are plenty of weekly events and activities happening in camp, so make sure to check out the community board in the dining hall or the online event calendar!
During your stay at Toolik Field Station you are expected to follow the law as well as specific guidelines laid out in Toolik Field Station policies, including the Code of Conduct and Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Policy. Residents and employees are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others. Violations will result in serious sanctions.
Research support through remote access, field assistance, drone surveys, instrument repair or fabrication are available at Toolik Field Station. Learn more about the support services available at Toolik Field Station from the Environmental Data Center, GIS & Remote Sensing, and Station Facilities & Operations.
Some NSF funded projects are supported through Battelle ARO. Some of the support they provide is large scale construction projects and heliocopter support.
If you're having trouble navigating please feel free to contact Toolik using the contact information at the bottom of the page.