[Coral-List] Coral Reef Biodiversity Research Funding Opportunity

Richard E. Dodge dodge at nova.edu
Fri Oct 10 08:35:36 EDT 2003

Dear Coral-List:

The National Coral Reef Institute (NCRI), Nova Southeastern University, 
announces a request for one-year proposals to be funded beginning January 
1, 2004. NCRI's objectives include assessment, monitoring, and restoration 
of coral reefs through basic and applied research on reef structure and 

The priority theme identified for this RFP's funding is: Coral Reef 
Biodiversity Research

The successful applicant(s) should propose innovative research to identify 
a gap or constraint that can be addressed to increase the body of coral 
reef science relating to the theme within reef assessment, monitoring, or 
restoration. Research syntheses or feasibility studies of science that 
shows theoretical and practical promise are possibilities. Special 
consideration will be given to projects that provide evidence of 
supplemental, leveraged, and institutional matching funding to expand or 
broaden these activities. Research should have a likelihood of providing 
results that will be reported in the scientific literature.

Funding available for the proposed work is $26,000 (USD). One proposal is 
expected to be funded.

Deadline for receipt of application is OCTOBER 31, 2003. Funding for the 
one-year award is anticipated to begin January 1, 2004.

Details of the application process are provided at:

Thank you.

Richard E. Dodge, Ph.D.
Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center
8000 N. Ocean Drive
Dania, FL 33004

954-262-4020 fax
NSUOC http://www.nova.edu/ocean/
NCRI http://www.nova.edu/ocean/ncri/index.html

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