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BE FY 2003 Awards

EDUCATION SUPPLEMENTS

  SORT RESULTS BY: Principal Investigator |  Institution |  Award Amount
Total Awarded Institution Principal Investigator Title
EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT
$2,682.00 Sally P. Horn Lake-Sediment Records of Holocene Droughts, Indigenous Agriculture, and Prehispanic Vegetation and Fire Regimes in Northwestern Costa Rica University of Tennessee at Knoxville
$3,808.00 S. Craig Cary Biocomplexity: A Meta-Genome Level Analysis of an Extreme Microbial Symbiosis University of Delaware
$10,000.00 Andrew S. Cohen REU Site: The Nyanza Project--Interdisciplinary Tropical Lake Studies Associated with the International Decade of East Africal Lakes (IDEAL) University of Arizona
$17,074.00 Paul G. Flikkema IDEA: Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Networks for In Situ Observation of Ecosystem Processes Northern Arizona University
$18,808.00 G. Philip Robertson LTER: Long-Term Ecological Research in Field Crop Ecosystems Michigan State University
$20,000.00 Francois M. Morel Center for Environmental BioInorganic Chemisty Princeton University
$20,000.00 Erik D. Conte Surfactant Immobilized Sorbent Material for Solid Phase Extraction WKU Research Foundation
$20,000.00 Daniel C. Reed LTER: Land/Ocean Interactions and the Dynamics of Kelp Forest Ecosystems University of California at Santa Barbara
$25,000.00 Daniel L. Childers LTER COERCE-Coastal Oligotrophic Ecosystems Research, the Everglades. Regional Controls of Population and Ecosystem Dynamics in an Oligotrophic Wetland-dominated Coastal Landscape Florida International University
$25,443.00 Tanya Furman Building a Pipeline for Diversity Pennsylvania State University
$26,192.00 S. Craig Cary Biocomplexity: A Meta-Genome Level Analysis of an Extreme Microbial Symbiosis University of Delaware
$32,729.00 Charles S. Hopkinson LTER: Plum Island Sound Comparative Ecosystem Study (Pisces) Effects of Changing land Cover, Climate and Sea Level on Estuarine Trophic Dynamics Marine Biological Laboratory
$40,000.00 Julian F. Tyson Integrating Research and Education: Tracking Arsenic from Pressure-treated Wood University of Massachusetts at Amherst
$50,000.00 Michael J. Smith High School Environmental Science: Understanding our Changing Earth American Geological Institute
$55,349.00 Daniel C. Edelson The WorldWatcher Curriculum: Integration Visualization into Inquiry-Based Science Learning Northwestern University
$60,000.00 Simona Bartl Inquiry-based Marine Biotechnology and Bioinformatics for Teachers and Students San Jose State University Foundation
$60,000.00 Patricia L. Bernard Albemarle AquaTech Project: A Proposal for a Marine and Estuarine Technician Education Program College of the Albemarle
$60,000.00 F. James Rutherford Resources for Environmental Literacy: Professional Development for Middle and High School Teachers Environmental Literacy Council
$70,000.00 Ellen P. Metzger OEDG: South Bay Geo-Diversity Project San Jose State University Foundation
$70,000.00 Martin O. Jeffries The Alaska Lake Ice and Snow Observatory Network (ALISON): A Statewide K-12 and University Science Education and Research Partnership University of Alaska at Fairbanks
$75,000.00 Michael Fredenberg Sustained Economic Growth of the Oglala Lakota Nation through Development of the Technological Infrastructure Oglala Lakota College

 

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