[MARMAM] NOAA Marine Debris Program Research Grants, deadline 12/19 (U.S. only)

Jonathan Shannon - NOAA Federal jonathan.shannon at noaa.gov
Thu Oct 6 10:37:34 PDT 2016

Good afternoon MarMam,

he NOAA Marine Debris Program
​is ​
soliciting project proposals
​ from U.S.-based organizations​
to conduct marine debris research activities
​ in ​U.S. waters through Grants.gov
<http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=289016>. The
deadline for submission is December 19, 2016.

Projects awarded through this grant competition may address one or more of
the the following research priorities:

​- ​
exploring the ecological risks associated with marine debris

​- ​
determining debris exposure levels

​- ​
examining the fate and transport of marine debris in nearshore, coastal

Through this solicitation NOAA aims to advance the state of marine debris
science by funding original, hypothesis-driven research projects to enhance
resource management objectives and contribute to the overall understanding
of the impacts marine debris can have. Typical awards will range from
$150,000 to $250,000. Funding for this purpose comes through the NOAA
Marine Debris Program.

This opportunity is open to U.S. based organizations only.

The due date for proposals is December 19, 2016. To learn more about this
funding opportunity, please see the opportunity posting on Grants.gov

If you have any questions, contact Amy.Uhrin at noaa.gov

Thank you,

Jonathan Shannon
*Outreach Specialist*
NOAA Fisheries Office of Protected Resources
U.S. Department of Commerce
Office: 301-427-8431
jonathan.shannon at noaa.gov

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