[CDHC] New funding opportunity - proposals due Sept 28, 2011
Cheryl.Woodley at noaa.gov
Thu Jun 23 16:43:16 EDT 2011
*Good Afternoon CDHC members
I wanted to bring this funding opportunity to your attention.
Please follow the instructions provided in the solicitation if you would
like to apply.
***Please Distribute** Note: Federal employees are eligible to apply.*
*FY 2012 Funding Opportunity*
*_Title_*: Regional Ecosystem Prediction Program: From Science to
Management: Improving Management of Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems in the
*_Due Date_*: Full proposals are due September 28, 2011 at 3 p.m.
NOAA's Center for Sponsored Coastal Ocean Research (NOAA/CSCOR) is
soliciting proposals under the Regional Ecosystem Prediction Program:
From Science to Management for a project to synthesize existing
information on mesophotic coral ecosystems within the U.S. Caribbean,
describe linkages to resource management responsibilities, analyze both
known and potential threats to MCEs, and develop viable options for
managing them, as well as identify gaps in information for future
research.This information will be used to improve the ability of
resource managers to proactively develop strategies to protect poorly
understood mesophotic coral ecosystems, including coastal and marine
spatial planning and the siting of marine protected areas and marine
protected area networks for shallow and mesophotic coral ecosystems.
One to two projects are expected to be supported for up to 3 years in
duration with a budget of approximately $500,000 for projects focused
solely on Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands; or one project of up
to 3 years in duration with a budget of approximately $750,000 for a
U.S. Caribbean-wide project (excluding Navassa Island).
The full funding opportunity and information on how to apply can be
found on grants.gov by clicking on this link
or by searching for CFDA #11.478.
For more information, please contact Kimberly Puglise, NOAA/CSCOR,
301-713-3338 x140 or kimberly.puglise at noaa.gov
<mailto:kimberly.puglise at noaa.gov>.
Cheryl Woodley, Ph.D.
Coral Health and Disease Program
Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research
Hollings Marine Laboratory
331 Fort Johnson Rd
Charleston, SC 29412
cheryl.woodley at noaa.gov
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