Do National Parks see any share of profits from scientific research that goes on within them?



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    The National Park Service is part of the U.S. Department of the Interior and is a not-for-profit government agency. It is most likely that any scientific research that takes place within the National Park Service is conducted by researchers and scientists contracted by the government for this purpose, rather than by private, for-profit corporations. The funding for such research is predetermined based on the agency’s budget. Any findings from such research that results in any profits would then be documented in the fiscal report. National Parks will surely benefit from such exposure by means of converting added revenue to new and existing resources and programs.

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