GEO Program Alerts
August 11, 2016
- Dear Colleague Letter: Provision of Marine Seismic Capabilities to the U.S. Research Community (NSF 16-120) (August 2016)
- Dear Colleague Letter: Management and Operation of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) (NSF 16-112) (August 2016)
- Dear Colleague Letter: Reproducibility and Robustness of Results (NSF 16-083) (May 2016)
- DCL: Re-competition of the Management and Operation of the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) (January 2016)
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