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BE FY 2004 Awards

COUPLED BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES

  SORT RESULTS BY: Principal Investigator |  Institution |  Award Amount
Institution Principal Investigator Title Total Awarded
INTEGRATED RESEARCH AND EDUCATION AWARDS
Cornell University Robert W. Howarth Nonlinear Feedbacks in Coupled Element Cycles During Eutrophication of Shallow Coastal Ecosystems $1,699,977.00
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Daniel H. Rothman Dynamical Change in Global Biogeochemical Cycles Accompanying Early Animal Evolution $1,699,430.00
San Diego State University Walter Oechel BE/CBC: Biocomplexity Associated with the Response of Tundra Carbon Balance to Warming and Drying Across Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales $2,000,000.00
Texas A&M University Jennifer T. McGuire Quantifying the Role of Mixing Interfaces in Biogeochemical Cycling in a Contaminated Aquifer-Wetland System: Linking Hydrogeological, Microbiological and Geochemical Processes $1,064,815.00
Washington State University Brent M. Peyton Biogeochemical Cycling of Heavy Metals in Lake Coeur d'Alene Sediments: The Role of Indigenous Microbial Communities $1,198,620.00

 

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