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  • 2015 John A. Knauss Fellows Announced | California Sea Grant
    in the legislative and executive branches of the federal government Amy Bowman Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California San Diego UCSD Eliot Crafton University of California Davis UC Davis Bowman and Crafton were selected from a competitive pool of nominees from the 33 Sea Grant programs in the coastal and Great Lakes states and territories Of the 52 fellows selected there were 35 women and 17 men who are pursuing or will soon complete 22 doctorates 24 master s degrees and six J Ds Amy Bowman a recent graduate from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UCSD developed an online educational program and game that teaches young students about ocean acidification while earning her master s degree For years she worked as a diver dive instructor and naturalist in Hawaii before obtaining a degree focused on marine and natural sciences Bowman also holds a bachelor s degree in business administration from Sierra Nevada College As a Knauss Fellow Bowman will be working in NOAA Fisheries Office of Science and Technology Eliot Crafton who is earning his Ph D in ecology from UC Davis is developing a computer based tool that uses statistical modeling to anticipate and possibly thwart the arrival of new invasive marine species Before attending UC Davis he received a Master of Science in Environmental Sciences Policy and Management from Central European University and a bachelor s degree in biology from Williams College While in Washington Crafton will work in the legislative office of U S Representative Lois Capps as the primary policy advisor on all oceans fisheries management and coastal issues Learn more about the Knauss Fellowship About California Sea Grant NOAA s California Sea Grant College Program funds marine research education and outreach throughout California Our headquarters is at Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/2015-john-a-knauss-fellows-announced (2015-06-03)
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  • 17 Fellows, 11 Agencies: State Fellows Program Continues Record Growth | California Sea Grant
    will work to strengthen community and natural resource agency involvement in long term MPA management assist with West Coast Governors Alliance on Ocean Health and help coordinate the Thank You Ocean Campaign 7 Delta Science Program Science Plan Daniel Livsey Daniel Livsey will earn a doctorate in geology from the University of California Santa Barbara in 2015 Livsey studied past changes in the coastal systems of Baffin Bay Texas to illuminate future response to changing sea level and climate During his fellowship at the Delta Science Program Livsey will determine how science is being used in Delta ecosystem restoration and water management decisions develop and implement performance measures for the Delta Science Plan work with interagency groups to develop models and decision support tools and develop science communication products for a wide range of audiences 8 California Department of Fish and Wildlife Aquaculture Program Jonathan Toffer MacKay Jonathan MacKay earned a master s degree in environmental science from California State University Los Angeles in 2014 While in graduate school MacKay interned with the Los Angeles Waterkeeper Oil Spill Prevention and Response program His thesis work modeled an oil spill in Santa Monica Bay examining oversights in policy and analyzing the ecological effects on protected species and areas At the California Department of Fish and Wildlife MacKay will use policy outreach and marine spatial planning to engage stakeholders protect the environment and guide aquaculture activities in the state 9 California Coastal Conservancy Climate Brenna Mahoney Rudd Brenna Mahoney Rudd earned a doctorate in ecology and evolutionary biology from University of California Santa Cruz in 2014 Mahoney Rudd s studied the spatial and temporal variability of kelp forest community interactions for her thesis She currently serves on the board of directors for the Center of Oceanic Awareness Research and Education a non profit focused on protection of marine resources During her fellowship Mahoney Rudd will help implement the third funding round of the California Coastal Conservancy s Climate Ready Grant program as well as support programs on climate change issues such as adapting to sea level rise and reduction of greenhouse gasses 10 California Coastal Commission Elena Perez Elena Perez earned a Master of Advanced Studies in marine biodiversity and conservation from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California San Diego in 2014 Her research analyzed the economic and environmental impacts of an artisanal fishery in Fiji At the California Coastal Commission Perez will be involved in a broad range of coastal and ocean regulatory issues with a focus on environmental justice 11 San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission Heather Perry Heather Perry earned a master s degree in environmental science and management from the University of California Santa Barbara in 2014 During graduate school she specialized in Water Resources Management while conducting a group thesis project on incorporating land use impacts on biodiversity into a Life Cycle Assessment Heather previously interned with the Colorado State Land Board under the conservation services manager and prior to becoming a Sea

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/17-fellows-11-agencies-state-fellows-program-continues-record-growth (2015-06-03)
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  • Past Funding Recipients | California Sea Grant
    California State University Northridge California State University San Marcos Carnegie Institute of Washington Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación Superior de Ensenada Channel Island Marine Resource Institute Claremont College College of the Redwoods Cornell University Ecotrust Fisheries Elkhorn Slough Foundation Farallon Institute for Advanced Ecosystem Research Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association Hopkins Marine Station Hubbs SeaWorld Research Institute Humboldt State University Impact Assessment Inc Inter American Tropical Tuna Commission Lewis and Clark College Loma Linda University Marine Applied Research Exploration Midwestern University Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Natural Equiry National Marine Sanctuaries NOAA NOAA Channel Islands Marine Sanctuary NOAA Fisheries Service NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service NOAA National Marine Protected Areas Center NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center Santa Cruz Occidental College Ocean Imaging Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Paul Smith s College New York Pepperdine University Pfleger Institute of Enviromental Research PRBO Conservation Science Philip Williams Associates Ltd Reef Check Foundation Research Corp of the University of Hawaii Honolulu San Diego Oceans Foundation San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation San Diego State University San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission San Francisco Estuary Institute San Francisco State University San José State University Scottish Association for Marine Science Scripps Institution of Oceanography Scripps Research Institute Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Edgewater Maryland Sonoma State University Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Southern California Ocean Studies Consortium Stanford University State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry State Water Resources Control Board Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve Tokyo Institute of Technology UCLA University of Birmingham University of British Columbia University of California Berkeley University of California Davis University of California Irvine University of California Merced University of California Riverside University of California San Diego University of California San Francisco

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/ongoing-projects/past-funding-recipients (2015-06-03)
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  • Call for Full Proposals 2016 | California Sea Grant
    the California Sea Grant Extension Program Qualifications and Past Record of Investigators The degree to which investigators are qualified by education training and or experience to execute the proposed activity Evidence of any record of achievement with previous funding Proposal Format Individual proposals which include narratives project summaries budget pages budget justification 2 page curricula vitae and optional letters of support will be compiled to form the omnibus proposal submitted to the National Sea Grant Program To facilitate completion of the omnibus proposal we require that your proposal be prepared according to the following specifications 1 Type Fonts 11 point Arial or Helvetica 2 Margins Side top and bottom margins should be approximately 1 inch each 3 Line Spacing The narrative of the proposal should be single spaced Please do not use 1½ line spacing 4 Format Style Project Title centered Narrative Headings left justified bold Page numbers required 5 Graphics Any tables figures and illustrations must be submitted in final form and appended to or embedded within the narrative Graphics count toward the 12 page limit of the proposal narrative Contents of Full Proposal Listed below are the requirements for a complete proposal package Please use this as an inventory checklist to aid you in preparing the full proposal Title Page A signed title page blank copy downloadable in Excel or pdf format here must be included with the proposal Please provide all requested information and obtain the required signatures If you are applying from an academic institution send your original proposal to your campus research office for local campus approval The completed and signed title page must be converted to a PDF and uploaded Project Summary The Project Summary is fillable on line in eSeaGrant P roposers will need to prepare separate sections for objectives methodology and rationale to complete the project summary form The project summary presents a concise description of the proposal research in a form useful to a variety of readers not requiring detailed information Instructions are available in eSeagrant that should help applicants to accurately complete the form Please follow them carefully the project summary is the most widely consulted description of your project Project Narrative The Project Narrative format may vary however proposals should include the information listed below The project narrative MUST not exceed 12 pages INCLUDING Introduction Objectives Approach illustrations charts tables and figures Proposals exceeding this size limit will not be reviewed 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 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 might use the results and how they might use them utilization should be addressed Objectives In number or bullet format list the Objectives or Goals of the research program Approach Plan of Work Present the

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/call-for-full-proposals-2016 (2015-06-03)
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  • CASG Program Development Awards | California Sea Grant
    and for meeting coordination Grant funds should not be requested to cover entertainment related including food expenses Travel to Meetings to Present Findings from Sea Grant Funded Research Funds are needed to cover one investigator PI or student to disseminate research results at a relevant scientific meeting that was unplanned and is taking place shortly after the end of the original grant period Additional Requirements Program Development proposals are restricted to one year in length or less and less than 10 000 in cost including indirect costs Sea Grant authorizing legislation requires a match of 50 from non federal funds If you find you are unable to meet this requirement in full please contact Rose Madson sgbudget ucsd edu 858 534 4600 to work out a solution Proposals with total project costs including indirect costs over 10 000 are sent by California Sea Grant to the National Sea Grant Office NSGO for review and approval which may delay the award by at least two additional months Proposals exceeding 10K are therefore generally discouraged Applicants first need to contact the California Sea Grant Director to discuss the potential project and express their intent to submit a proposal Questions regarding indirect cost rates employee benefit rates time devoted to project etc should be addressed to your campus research office To complete submission of a Program Development proposal only an electronic copy of the proposal including required signatures is required see below Margins should be approximately 1 inch and type should be 12pt Typed lines should be left justified Procedure for Submission Selection Award of Program Development Projects Contact Jim Eckman 858 534 4440 jeckman ucsd edu to discuss the project idea intent to submit or to ask questions regarding program development Submit draft proposal no signatures required for consideration to sgproposal ucsd

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/casg-program-development-awards (2015-06-03)
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  • Current Funding Opportunities | California Sea Grant
    MPA Baseline Programs National Sea Grant Aquaculture Research Program NMFS SG Fellowship Program Regional Social Science Research Title Call for Full Proposals 2016 June 30 2015 CASG Program Development Awards No Deadline Current Funding Opportunities Proposal Budget Forms Expired Funding Opportunities Managing Your Award Ongoing Projects Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman Dr 0232 La Jolla CA 92093 0232 858 534 4440 caseagrant ucsd

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/current-funding-opportunities (2015-06-03)
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  • Expired Funding Opportunities | California Sea Grant
    for Preliminary Proposals 2016 California Sea Grant Omnibus Projects Collaborative Fisheries Research West California Ocean Protection Council California Sea Grant Omnibus Projects NOAA Sea Grant Aquaculture Research Program 2014 California Sea Grant Omnibus Projects National Sea Grant Aquaculture Research Program West Coast Regional Social Science California Sea Grant Omnibus Projects Regional Social Science Research 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 (2015-06-03)
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  • Managing Your Award | California Sea Grant
    that Sea Grant can in turn report to the funding agencies Typically this means reporting annually on progress and expenditures Please locate the source of your funding 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 California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman Dr 0232 La Jolla CA 92093 0232 858

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