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Advancing Revisionary Taxonomy and Systematics (ARTS)

Awards: 2013 | 2012

Fiscal Year 2013 Awards

Advancing Revisionary Taxonomy and Systematics (ARTS)

Award #

Principal Investigator

Institution

Title

Total Award ($)

Total Duration (Yrs)

1257733

Heraty, John

University of California-Riverside

ARTS: Classification and evolution of the ant-parasitic genus Orasema (Hymenoptera: Eucharitidae)

$390,000

3

1255901

Hipp, Andrew L.

Morton Arboretum

COLLAB. RESEARCH: ARTS: Revising the classification of the temperate zone's largest angiosperm genus (Carex, Cyperaceae), and training the next generation of sedge systematists

$330,000

3

1258220

Maddison, David R

Oregon State University

ARTS: Increasing the pace of biodiversity discovery: development and use of molecular, morphological and bioinformatics tools to revise the Bembidiina beetles of North America

$449,887

3

1257331

Nadler, Steven A.

University of California-Davis

ARTS: Overcoming the nematode taxonomic impediment through integration of novel tools for species discovery and phylogeny: Cephaloboidea as a case-study

$646,300

3

1256033

Roalson, Eric H.

Washington State University

COLLAB. RESEARCH: ARTS: Revising the classification of the temperate zone's largest angiosperm genus (Carex, Cyperaceae), and training the next generation of sedge systematists

$434,319

3

1258154

Smith, Aaron D

Arizona State University

ARTS: Systematics of the darkling beetle genus Eleodes: Integrating morphology, DNA, and biodiversity informatics to resolve a taxonomically impeded genus.

$458,103

3

1257702

Weirauch, Christiane

University of California-Riverside

ARTS: Litter Bugs: revisionary and phylogenetic research on the least studied true bug infraorder (Insecta: Hemiptera: Dipsocoromorpha)

$437,526

3

1256742

Willmott, Keith R.

University of Florida

ARTS: Phylogeny and systematic revision of the diverse and cryptic Euptychiina (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae)

$458,104

3

1257601

Wooley, James

Texas AgriLife Research

ARTS: Taxonomic revision of Aphelinus species of the world using advanced bioinformatics and molecular methods

$660,680

3

ARTS: Increasing the pace of biodiversity discovery: development and use of molecular, morphological and bioinformatics tools to revise the Bembidiina beetles of North America

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Fiscal Year 2012 Awards

Advancing Revisionary Taxonomy and Systematics (ARTS)

Award #

Principal Investigator

Institution

Title

Total Award ($)

Total Duration (Yrs)

1145043

Budd, Ann

University of Iowa

Collaborative Proposal: ARTS: Revisionary systematics of fossil and living Caribbean faviid and mussid reef corals (Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Scleractinia)

$276,745

2

1144492

Hormiga, Gustavo

George Washington University

Collaborative Research: ARTS: Taxonomy and systematics of selected  Neotropical clades of arachnids

$471,115

3

1144417

Giribet, Gonzalo

Harvard University

Collaborative Research: ARTS: Taxonomy and systematics of selected  Neotropical clades of arachnids

$412,613

3

1144692

De Sa, Rafael

University of Richmond

RUI: ARTS. Revision of the poorly known frog genus Chiasmocleis (Anura, Microhylidae)

$314,165

3

1145898

Von Konrat, Matt

Field Museum of Natural History

ARTS: Collaborative Research:  A model systematic treatment of a hyper-diverse lineage descended from early land plants (Frullania, Frullaniaceae, Marchantiophyta).

$344,877

3

1146168

Shaw, Blanka

Duke University

ARTS: Collaborative Research:  A model systematic treatment of a hyper-diverse lineage descended from early land plants (Frullania, Frullaniaceae, Marchantiophyta).

$352,645

3

1145606

Donoghue, Michael J.

Yale University

ARTS: A cyber-enabled global monograph of Viburnum (Adoxaceae, Dipsacales)

$500,227

3

1331980

Smith, Nathan

Howard University

Collaborative Proposal: ARTS: Revisionary systematics of fossil and living Caribbean faviid and mussid reef corals (Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Scleractinia)

$110,781

2

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