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  • Expired Funding Opportunities | California Sea Grant
    Coast Regional Social Science California Sea Grant Omnibus Projects Regional Social Science Research NOAA Sea Grant Aquaculture Research Program 2014 California Sea Grant Omnibus Projects National Sea Grant Aquaculture Research Program Collaborative Fisheries Research West California Ocean Protection Council California Sea Grant Omnibus Projects Call for Preliminary Proposals 2016 California Sea Grant Omnibus Projects Current Funding Opportunities Expired Funding Opportunities Managing Your Award Ongoing Projects Contact Us University of California

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/expired-funding-opportunities?funding_source=All&order=title&sort=desc (2015-06-03)
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  • Call for Preliminary Proposals 2016 | California Sea Grant
    out research to address any of our primary goals under one of our three Strategic Focus Areas Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems HCME HCME Goal 1 Support research and provide information to conserve restore and manage coastal and marine ecosystems to ensure their long term health and productivity HCME Goal 2 Document the introduction and spread of invasive non native plants and animals in estuarine and coastal marine environments their impacts on the local ecosystem and help manage established invading populations HCME Goal 3 Understand and help reduce water and sediment contamination in the coastal and marine environment HCME Goal 4 Support research to understand the impacts of climate change on coastal and marine species and environments Resilient Coastal Communities RCC RCC Goal 1 Support communities and stakeholders to sustainably use and effectively manage coastal and marine resources RCC Goal 2 Work with communities to improve coastal environmental quality RCC Goal 3 Assist communities in reducing vulnerability to coastal hazards RCC Goal 4 Work with communities and partners to plan for and adapt to the effects of climate change including temperature change sea level rise ocean acidification and hypoxia Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply SSFS SSFS Goal 1 Provide information to promote the sustainable use of living coastal and marine resources and associated communities SSFS Goal 2 Provide science based information to support a sustainable California aquaculture industry to help meet the growing demand for seafood and minimize socio economic and environmental impacts of aquaculture SSFS Goal 3 Provide technical information to improve production and processing techniques to ensure safe high quality and profitable seafood products Preliminary Proposal Submission California Sea Grant Research Proposals Online submission portal https eseagrant ucsd edu RFP proposals cpanel login php For full details on application guidance and requirements please refer to our

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/call-for-preliminary-proposals-2016 (2015-06-03)
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  • Collaborative Fisheries Research West | California Sea Grant
    selection decision by early June 2012 Funded projects should plan for a July 1 2012 start date Components of Full Proposals updated March 2 2012 Title Page A signed title page must be included with the application The title page must be converted to a PDF Project Summary Please limit your summary to 1000 words including the project title PI and PI affiliation co or associated PIs and their respective affiliations total funds requested total matching funds objectives limit to 200 words methodology limit to 300 words rationale limit to 175 words and expected accomplishments limit to 175 words Please include PI and co PI information and fund data into the Objectives section This information will not be counted against the 200 word limit for the Objectives section For objectives concisely state what the investigator will undertake providing for later comparison to project results State the methodology to be used with an optional one or two sentence preface Specific questions that an interested person would ask should be answered under Objectives or Methodology For rationale concisely state why you are addressing this problem or opportunity Though the project need not promise to fully solve a problem it should be shown to be a logical step towards a solution This should be included in the expected accomplishments Expected accomplishments can be included in Rationale Avoid long background statements and identify potential users Project Narrative Proposal format may vary however proposals should include all the information listed below The proposal narrative should not exceed 15 pages excluding references illustrations charts tables and figures Project Title Project titles should be constructed to provide as much information as possible but must not exceed two lines approximately 16 words Project Leader s and collaborators The roles of the project leader s and collaborators should be included Introduction and Background Provide the rationale for your project a well defined problem or important opportunity Show a clear relationship between the problem statement and the project objectives Discuss previous work by you and others on the problem as well as the current state of knowledge Briefly relate your project to similar activities conducted by others in the subject area whether supported by Sea Grant CFR West or other federal state or local funding agencies NOAA NSF etc Merit rationale innovativeness and utilization for the research proposed are criteria by which proposals are evaluated Thus a clear concise statement of the real world need for your research rationale and a description of who will use the results and how they will use them utilization should be addressed Approach to be Used Plan of Work Discuss how the activity will advance the state of the science or discipline through use and extension of state of the art methods Present the scientific technical approach experiments procedures etc according to the timetable above Identify and discuss any new approaches innovativeness to solving problems and exploiting opportunities in resource management or development including public outreach Describe the degree to which the proposed activity

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/collaborative-fisheries-research-west (2015-06-03)
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  • NOAA Sea Grant Aquaculture Research Program 2014 | California Sea Grant
    is critical that the project summary accurately describe the project being proposed and convey all essential elements of the project Applicants must use the Sea Grant Aquaculture Competition Form 90 2 for this purpose found at http seagrant noaa gov FundingFellowships SeaGrantFormsandTemplates aspx The project summary must include Title Use the exact title as it appears in the rest of the application Investigators List the names and affiliations of each investigator who will significantly contribute to the project start with the Principal Investigator Federal funding request and proposed matching funds Project Period Proposals should request a start date no later than Septermber 1 2014 and a 300 word Project Abstract This abstract must include the rationale for the project the scientific or technical objectives and or hypotheses to be tested a brief summary of work and accomplishments to be completed to be used for public dissemination a brief summary one or two sentences of the Data Sharing Plan required below c Project Description 15 page limit Introduction background justification Subjects that the investigator s must include in this section are which one of the three topical priorities listed in section I B 2 that the proposal addresses current state of knowledge of problem or issue and justification for proposed work contributions that the study will make to the particular discipline or subject area or issue and Research Work Plans Include as appropriate Objectives to be achieved hypotheses to be tested how the objectives relate to top program priorities listed in Section I B experimental design and statistical analyses and role of all project personnel Outcome and Milestones Chart This section must describe how the research outreach or other parts of the overall project will be integrated to effectively lead to the specific outcomes or benefits that will contribute to enhancing sustainable domestic aquaculture Applicants are strongly advised to develop specific measurable attainable relevant and time bound criteria for which outcomes and success of the project i e performance measures objectives milestones can be independently verified This section must either include one or both of the national performance measures listed in section I A with targets and dates by which those targets are planned to be met Alternatively other intermediate outcome based performance measures with targets and dates by which those targets are planned to be met can be provided if applicants provide an explanation of how achieving these intermediate performance measure targets will lead to increased targets for one or more of the national performance measures in section I A This section must also include at least one milestone a significant activity to be performed or objective to be achieved per year Outreach Plan Describe specific outreach goals activities and deliverables Describe how the results of the project will benefit specific stakeholders outside of academia e g local coastal communities public and private sectors if appropriate Provide a specific measurable time bound work plan for these activities Investigators are encouraged to meet with extension and outreach personnel during the early

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/noaa-sea-grant-aquaculture-research-program-2014 (2015-06-03)
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  • West Coast Regional Social Science | California Sea Grant
    listed institutions research institutions outside the region state and federal agencies and for profit and foreign organizations Individuals from state and federal agencies and for profit and foreign organizations are discouraged from requesting direct support but their contributions can be counted as matching or in kind support for the project West Coast Sea Grant programs welcome proposals for cooperative projects involving research institutions and the private sector Project participants who are employees of a West Coast Sea Grant program may be part of a project team and serve as co PIs but they may not be Project Principal Investigators PIs Project budgets may not include personnel support that would replace Sea Grant salaries and benefits Federal law requires that Sea Grant programs provide a non federal cost share of one dollar for every two dollars of federal funds received The one third match at a minimum of non federal cost share will be required from each regional research project Examples of allowable items for matching Sea Grant federal funds include existing salaries and benefits of investigators and others paid from non federal sources costs of using expendable supplies and equipment already in inventory costs of ship time supplied by non federal sources industry participation and donated supplies services space or equipment For further information regarding matching funds visit http www ucop edu raohome and select OMB Circular A 110 from the menu options Please contact your state Sea Grant program with questions about various sources and types of match Your institution remains the final approver for all match included in the proposal Pre proposal and Full Proposal Submission Mechanics Pre proposal Submission of a pre proposal from the Primary Principal Investigator PI for each project is mandatory The pre proposal will allow West Coast Sea Grant programs to examine the research concept with respect to eligibility requirements identify correctible issues and categorize proposals in order to prepare for the full proposal review process The pre proposal will also allow West Coast Sea Grant programs to provide encouragement or discouragement of submission of a full proposal based on ideas presented in the pre proposal However any PI has the right to submit a proposal even if discouraged based on the pre proposal Submission of multiple pre proposals by a PI is not allowed We use the eSeagrant system for submission of a pre proposal and full proposal Applicants the primary PI must register and submit the pre proposal via the on line submission portal https eseagrant ucsd edu RFP proposals cpanel login php Applicants will be submitting to the competition labeled West Coast Regional Social Science RSS Pre proposals must be received by 11 59 pm Pacific time April 1 2013 Late pre proposals will not be accepted eSeagrant will require a Project Title for each pre proposal full proposal and the institutional affiliation contact information and a brief curriculum vita for each PI and co PI In addition a pre proposal requires submission of a separate Project Narrative uploaded in

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/west-coast-regional-social-science (2015-06-03)
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  • California Sea Grant Core Awards | California Sea Grant
    California Sea Grant by emailing sgfiscal ucsd edu Travel Reimbursement for travel expenses shall not be higher than the University of California approved travel rates If a foreign trip is not itemized location date of trip estimated cost broken down by airfare per diem in the originally approved budget the Sea Grant director requires a written request with justification at least 60 days PRIOR to the trip in order to notify the National Sea Grant office This justification should include all items listed below All travel must be in compliance with the Fly America Act contact your campus Contract and Grant or Foundation office if you need further information Domestic travel includes travel to all US possessions or trusts such as Puerto Rico the Virgin Islands the Trust Territories Guam and Samoa Requests for prior approval must be made sixty 60 days in advance and should include the following a Traveler s name b Dates of travel c Reason for the trip d Origin and destination of the travel e Detailed itinerary of the travel name of the air carrier and flight number for each leg of the trip a PDF of a quote from an airline with details of the proposed trip and cost should accompany the request and f Completed Fly America Act Waiver Checklist if a foreign carrier is used on any portion of a trip even when no US carriers are available Please allow at least 45 days for a decision to be made Research Traineeships If your award has a traineeship then please review Sea Grant Research Trainee Guidelines The principal investigator or administrative representative will need to submit the Graduate Trainee Appointment Form before California Sea Grant can reimburse their campus for traineeship expenses If the trainee separates as a Sea Grant trainee then

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/ongoing-projects/california-sea-grant-omnibus-projects (2015-06-03)
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  • California Ocean Protection Council | California Sea Grant
    010 Grant 11 027 How to request a no cost extension and or rebudget OPC Final Expense Report This report is due within 45 days of the project s end date or with the final invoice whichever is sooner Grant 09 021 Grant 09 014 Grant 10 066 Grant 10 010 Grant 11 027 Progress Reporting See Reporting Travel Reimbursement for travel expenses shall be made in accordance with University of California approved travel rates All requests must include a Travel Expense Claim related to the travel and expenses for which reimbursement is sought Sea Grant Traineeships If your award has a traineeship then please review Sea Grant Research Trainee Guidelines Trainee Appointment Form This form is due as soon as the principal investigator determines the trainee s and dates of traineeship California Sea Grant must receive the form and approve the traineeship before reimbursing campuses for traineeship expenses Trainee Separation Form The principal investigator or administrative representative will need to submit this form if the trainee separates as a Sea Grant trainee Current Funding Opportunities Expired Funding Opportunities Managing Your Award California Sea Grant Core Awards California Ocean Protection Council MPA Baseline Programs Ongoing Projects Contact Us University of

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/ongoing-projects/california-ocean-protection-council (2015-06-03)
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  • MPA Baseline Programs | California Sea Grant
    a separate document and Progress reports must be up to date NOTE Please be aware that extensions do not extend the due date of the Progress Reports Additionally approval of a no cost extension for the research project does not automatically extend the traineeship s associated with the project No cost extension requests for traineeship funds must be specifically requested Rebudget Transfer of Funds All rebudgeting of funds into or from equipment foreign travel and indirect cost categories require prior approval of the Sea Grant Director For rebudgeting to from other categories where prior approval is not necessary the investigator s institution is the office of record and therefore must keep the project leader s justification for the rebudget The email rebudget request must originate from the principal investigator with copies to all necessary parties It should be sent to sgfiscal ucsd edu addressed to Dr James Eckman and should include the following details The relevant grant number The Sea Grant project number Your campus account and fund numbers and or purchase order number For each category requiring the rebudgeting of funds include 1 an explanation of the benefit the project received and or the reason you did not require the item originally budgeted and 2 the balance of funds projected to be remaining at the end of the grant year In addition include the following information Equipment Provide a description of the equipment to be purchased or leased including unit cost and total purchase or leasing costs Identify the purpose of each equipment item and how it will benefit the project or be used for the project Travel All travel must be in compliance with the Fly America Act contact your campus Contract and Grant or Foundation office if you need further information Domestic travel includes travel to all U S possessions or trusts such as Puerto Rico the Virgin Islands the Trust Territories Guam and Samoa When requesting a rebudget to domestic travel include the number of travelers type of transportation airfare cost per traveler mileage rate mile x number of miles and total Identify the purpose of each trip and how it relates to the project Foreign travel is NOT allowed and will not be reimbursed Indirect Costs Funds may be transferred between direct and indirect costs if ALL of the following conditions apply If a transfer of funds among direct cost categories would result in a revision to the amount of indirect costs approved in the line item budget and If the authorized transfer of funds and the adjustment of the amount of indirect costs do not exceed the approved total project costs and If the indirect cost rate does not change and If the adjustment of the amount of indirect costs does not result in a change to the approved scope of work of the award Submit a matrix spreadsheet indicating categories original budget column rebudget column and new budget column A sample spreadsheet is provided to attach to your justification You may add categories

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/ongoing-projects/mpa-baseline-programs (2015-06-03)
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