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Coming Next Week: Long-Term Trends Funding Opportunity

Next week, the NOAA RESTORE Science Program plans to release its next funding opportunity to support projects that will contribute to our knowledge of long-term trends in the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem.  This funding announcement will invite proposals that plan to identify, track, understand, or predict trends and variability in the Gulf of Mexico’s natural … Continue reading

Join us at the Gulf of Mexico Conference!

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program is excited to attend the Gulf of Mexico Conference in Tampa, Florida!  The Science Program will co-host two sessions with partners from the Gulf region. Please join us to hear about ongoing research, learn more about our synthesis initiative, and access resources for creating collaborative partnerships.  Here is the session … Continue reading

Coming Soon: Long-Term Trends Funding Opportunity

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program plans to release its next funding opportunity in March or April 2024 to support projects that will contribute to our knowledge of long-term trends in the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem.  This funding announcement will invite proposals that plan to identify, track, understand, or predict trends and variability in the Gulf … Continue reading

Webinar Next Week: Gulf of Mexico Synthesis Research and Open Request for Proposals

Join us on Feb. 1 for a webinar featuring insights from one of the first projects in the Gulf Ecosystem Initiative and information on the current Request for Proposals.  Topic: Gulf of Mexico Synthesis Research: Offshore Wind Project and Open Request for Proposals Date/Time: Thursday, February 1, 2024, 9am Central / 10am Eastern Abstract: The … Continue reading

Supporting dolphin restoration: Collaborative project investigates how multiple stressors impact Houston-area dolphins

The Houston area is a highly industrialized landscape, featuring the largest petrochemical complex in the U.S. As such, the Houston area has been the scene of multiple oil and chemical spills as well as several hazardous waste sites, some of which persist today. There have also been multiple bottlenose dolphin Unusual Mortality Events — unexpected, fatal strandings that demand an immediate response —making it an important area to investigate dolphin health.

Next Funding Opportunity: Long-Term Trends in the Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem

Cubera snapper. Photo credit: Caitlin Langwiser The NOAA RESTORE Science Program plans to release its next funding opportunity in March or April 2024 to support projects that will contribute to our knowledge of the trends and variability in the Gulf of Mexico’s natural resources, and the associated dynamics of abiotic and biotic factors driving those … Continue reading