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NOAA RESTORE Science Program Announces Awards From 2019 Competition

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program has completed its third funding competition and awarded approximately $15.6M to four teams of researchers and resource managers to support work on trends in living coastal and marine resources and the processes driving them in the Gulf of Mexico region. These projects will increase our understanding of how shellfish, fish, […]

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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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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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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 Announces Webinars on Full Application Stage of Current Funding Competition

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program invites individuals who submitted pre-proposals to our current funding opportunity (overview, full announcement) to join a webinar to review 1) the feedback we sent in response to pre-proposals, 2) the requirements and merit review process for full applications, and 3) our anticipated timeline for the remainder of the competition. We […]

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Pre-proposal Deadline Approaching for NOAA RESTORE Science Program Competition on Long-term Trends

The deadline for submitting a pre-proposal to the NOAA RESTORE Science Program’s funding competition on long-term trends is rapidly approaching! This competition invites applications that propose to identify, track, understand, and/or predict trends and variability in the Gulf of Mexico’s living coastal and marine resources and the processes driving them. Applicants must propose work that […]

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Pre-proposal Deadline Approaching for Science Program Competition on Long-term Trends

The deadline for submitting a pre-proposal to the NOAA RESTORE Science Program’s funding competition on long-term trends is rapidly approaching! This competition invites applications that propose to identify, track, understand, and/or predict trends and variability in the Gulf of Mexico’s living coastal and marine resources and the processes driving them. Applicants must propose work that […]

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NOAA RESTORE Science Program Announces Three Webinars on Current Funding Competition

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program invites you to join a webinar on our current funding opportunity, which is focused on trends in living coastal and marine resources and the processes driving them (full announcement). An overview of the competition along with frequently asked questions can be found on the Science Program´s website. We will be […]

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