Step 1: Contact KML
Please call, email, or fill out the form below to contact our Operations Manager, Lisa Tipsword, with a brief description of your course or project, expected group totals, and your primary and backup dates.
Due to COVID-19 capacity restrictions resulting in scheduling challenges, please allow time for processing scheduling requests. Thank you for your patience. If this is a time sensitive request please contact Lisa Tipsword by phone.
Step 2: Facilities Use Request Form (FURF)
The FURF provides KML with all the necessary information to finalize your reservation.
Please complete and submit all forms to Lisa Tipsword.
Once submitted KML will provide your final confirmation.
Step 3: Liability Release Waivers
Liability Release Waivers are required for all KML visitors.
Please complete, sign, and submit.
One for each group member.
Step 4: COVID-19 Forms and Information
KML is operating under COVID19 restrictions check below for up-to-date information on COVID-19 procedures, guidelines, and forms.
All visitors are required to obtain a RT-PRC viral test 7 Days prior to travel to KML.
All visitors are required to fill out a Health Status Survey within 24 hours of arrival.
PI’s or Group Leaders are required to submit a Covid-19 Illness Contingency Plan for approval before arrival.
For a PDF version of these forms click here.
KML Seawater Systems
Will your group need to reserve space in KML’s seawater system?
This form is required to reserve seawater system space at KML.
Please complete and submit.
All KML Dive operations are performed under AAUS Diving regulations and require the below supporting documents for Diving reciprocity.
Please submit forms all together and 10 business days before arrival to allow for processing.
3) Proof of Insurance ( Workers comp, DAN, etc)
Questions? Contact our DSO, Bill Ferrell.
Permits and IACUC
Will your group be conducting operations or collections that require permits or IACUC approval?
There are multiple permitting agencies that control the marine and terrestrial resources and areas around KML.
We are here to help!
Check out our Permitting and IACUC Information page below for more details.
KML vessels are typically captained by skilled and knowledgeable science staff. Would you like to self-captain a KML vessel for your own small research group?
Check out the forms below for more information.
Questions? Contact us