NOAA’s RESTORE Science Program provides supplemental funding to study impact of Hurricane Michael on seagrass

In 2016, dockside revenue for blue crabs caught in the Gulf of Mexico was in excess of 65 million dollars. Blue crabs are highly dependent on seagrass (Thalassia testudinum) habitat for their reproduction and growth. Yet the impact of hurricanes on seagrass health, and therefore blue crab economics, is unknown. In response to this need, […]

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Update on NOAA RESTORE Science Program Competition on Long-term Trends

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program is continuing to review full applications submitted to our competition on long-term trends in living coastal and marine resources and the processes that drive them. While the partial government shutdown earlier this year delayed our merit review of applications, we still anticipate being able to inform applicants of the results […]

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NOAA RESTORE Science Program at GOMOSES Conference 2019

At Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science (GOMOSES) Conference in New Orleans, LA, the NOAA RESTORE Science Program will participate in workshops, moderate a session, and learn about recent advances in Gulf ecosystem science and its application. In partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Science Program has organized a  session […]

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NOAA RESTORE Science Program: 2018 AGU Fall Meeting and Other Conferences

At the 2018 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in Washington, DC, Caitlin Young will represent the NOAA RESTORE Science Program in the poster session and participate in the Science to Action sessions and activities at the conference. The poster titled “PA41D-1350 From Short-term to Long-term Awards: Lessons Learned in Co-production of Actionable Science for the […]

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Full Applications Due Nov 14 for NOAA RESTORE Science Program Competition on Long-term Trends

Full applications to the NOAA RESTORE Science Program’s competition on long-term trends in living coastal and marine resources and the processes that drive them are due by November 14, 2018. If you have any questions about our response to your pre-proposal or have questions as you develop your full application, please contact me (julien.lartigue@noaa.gov, 240-429-5966) […]

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Full Applications Now Due Nov 14 for NOAA RESTORE Science Program Competition on Long-term Trends

Given the impact of Hurricane Michael on the Gulf coast, the Science Program has extended the deadline for full applications to its current competition until November 14, 2018. This 16 day extension will allow institutions in areas affected by the storm to appropriately focus on near-term recovery in the days ahead. Our thoughts are with […]

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NOAA RESTORE Science Program Awardees Present Results in OneNOAA Seminar Series

Over the next few months, projects teams who received funding from the NOAA RESTORE Science Program in 2015 will be presenting their results as part of the OneNOAA Science Seminar Series. A total of seven research teams were awarded approximately $2.7 million to assess ecosystem modeling, evaluate indicators for ecosystem conditions, and assess and develop […]

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Full Applications Due Nov 14 for NOAA RESTORE Science Program Competition on Long-term Trends

Full applications to the NOAA RESTORE Science Program’s competition on long-term trends in living coastal and marine resources and the processes that drive them are due by October 29, 2018, which is in about four weeks November 14, 2018 due to the extension for Hurricane Michael. If you have any questions about our response to your […]

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NOAA RESTORE Science Program Posts Recording of Webinar on Full Application Stage of Current Funding Competition

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program has posted a recording of one of its recent webinars where we reviewed 1) the feedback we sent in response to pre-proposals to our current funding competition (overview, full announcement), 2) the requirements and merit review process for full applications, and 3) our anticipated timeline for the remainder of the […]

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