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FEDERAL AGENCY FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION RESEARCH
Please check the ocean acidification calendar for specific upcoming funding targets and deadlines. Below is a list of relevant federal agency programs and opportunities for ocean acidification research.

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF)

Division of Ocean Sciences

Chemical Oceanography

Biological Oceanography

Comparative Analysis of Marine Ecosystem Organization (CAMEO): An interagency partnership between NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service and NSF Division of Ocean Sciences

 

Office of Polar Programs

Antarctic Organisms and Ecosystems

Antarctic Integrated System Science

 

NSF Interdisciplinary and Cross-Directorate Opportunities

Ocean Acidification Program Solicitation (Geosciences, Biological Sciences, Office of Polar Programs)

Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems

Cooperative research opportunities with the European Commission and European scientists

Understanding How Earth's Biological Systems Respond to and Influence Its Physical and Chemical Condition (BIO and GEO): Multi-Scale Modeling (MSM) and Emerging Topics in Biogeochemical Cycles (ETBC). Proposals must bridge the biological and geosciences disciplines and be relevant to at least one program in the BIO Directorate and at least one Program in the GEO Directorate. Proposals should be submitted to an existing GEO or BIO program according to the program’s regular target or deadline dates.

Interactions among Earth's Environment, Society and the Economy (GEO and SBE): Environment, Society, and the Economy (ESE). Proposals must bridge the social, behavioral and economic sciences (SBE) and the geosciences (GEO) and be relevant to at least one regular program in the SBE Directorate and at least one regular program in the GEO Directorate. Proposals should be submitted to the existing GEO or SBE program to which the proposed work would make the most significant contribution (lead program), with a request for a co-review in the program in the other directorate. If the lead and secondary programs have different deadline or target dates, use the earlier of the two. If you have difficulty identifying the most relevant program in a particular directorate, write a brief (2-page maximum) summary of your work, along with some relevant references, and e-mail it to roconnor@nsf.gov if the program is within SBE and to cweiler@nsf.gov if the program is within GEO.



NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA)

Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES)

Ocean Biology and Biogeochemistry

Interdisciplinary Research in Earth Science

Earth Science for Decision Making: Gulf of Mexico Region

Orbiting Carbon Observatory Science Team

Land-Cover/Land-Use Change


NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION (NOAA)

Comparative Analysis of Marine Ecosystem Organization (CAMEO): An interagency partnership between NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service and NSF Division of Ocean Sciences

Global Carbon Cycle Program





Last updated: April 29, 2010