Grants

 

 

 

    • Identifying barriers to stream passage at road crossings, USDA-Forest Service, $80,000 (with K.Simon); $30,000 supplement
    • Bridges Program: Empowering and retaining minority students in the biomedical sciences, National Institutes of Health (NIH Bridges), $719,126 (with D. Wubah, C. Talley, J. Wubah)
    • 2002-05 Collaborative research in environmental biology, National Science Foundation (DEB/BIO), $399,500 (with D. Wubah, D. Dennis, B. Wiggins) 2001- Aquatic ecosystem evaluation of Eastern U.S. National Forest Lands, U.S.D.A.- Forest Service, $30,000.
    • 2000- Scientific equipment in support of molecular biology and chemistry, National Institutes of Health, $42,000
    • 1999 Supplement to Undergraduate research training at Towson University to involve teachers in research, National Science Foundation, $15,000 (with K. Denniston, D. Wubah and L.Wimmers)
    • 1999 University System of Maryland/National Science Foundation, Shaping the Futures Regional Workshop, $3000
    • 1999-00 Increasing minority student participation in the life sciences, University System of Maryland, $10,700 (with D. Wubah).
    • 1998-01 Maryland Collaborative for Teacher Preparation, National Science Foundation, $600,000 (with K. Denniston, H. Howard, J. Taylor)
    • 1998-00    Undergraduate research training at Towson University, National Science Foundation, $150,000 (with D. Wubah and L. Wimmers)
    • Maryland Applied Information Technology Initiative, Maryland Higher Education Commission, $90,000 (1998), 1999-2003 - total approximately $2,510,000
    • Standards-based Teacher Education Project, CBE and AACTE, $44,000 (with D. Hinkle, D. Jones, M. Loeschke)
    • 1998-01 Those that Do, Teach: A Summer Research Experience for Current and Future Maryland Educators, funding from Maryland Department of Education, Lockheed Martin, University System of Maryland, Pew Foundation and other sources (with K. Denniston)
    • 1996 Faculty/Student Research Collaboration Program, UW-EC, Limnological conditions of lakes in the Ice Age Reserve, WI, $1000
    • 1995   Intergovernmental panel on global climate change, Climate change 1995
    • 1995-97 Big Sissabagema Lake Association, Long-term trend analysis for Big Lake Sissabagema, $1500
    • 1994-95  Chippewa County, Land Conservation Department, Analysis of land usage patterns and nutrient loading in the Lake Wissota watershed, $7500
    • 1994-95    U.S. Dept. of Education, Eisenhower Mathematics and Science Education Program, CUBE Science Institute, $65,724 (1994), $48,094 (1995) (with R. Eierman, R. Hollon, R. Hooper)
    • 1994-96    Faculty/Student Research Collaboration Program, UW-EC, Use of DNA polymorphisms to evaluate morphological differences in the freshwater clam, Anodonta grandis, $1000 (1994-95) (with R. Cook, T. Balding, L. Turtinen), $1000 (1995-96)
    • 1994   Island Chain of Lakes Association/Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Analysis of trophic changes in Island Chain of Lakes, $1000
    • 1993-94    Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, Lakes planning grant for trophic state analysis and lake mapping, Silver Birch Lake, $9,800
    • 1993-94    Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, Lake planning grant for trophic state analysis and evaluation of boating impacts, Half Moon Lake, $13,000
    • 1992-96    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Diagnostic analysis of Lake Wissota, Wisconsin, $133,000 (funded through WI DNR)
    • 1992   University of Wisconsin System, Computing Equipment Award, $3,500
    • 1992   Apple Computers, Apple Technology Partners Grant (with D. Estervig and L. Turtinen) $25,253 for computer equipment for Introductory Biology and Cell/Molecular Biology laboratories, matching funding $25, 253 from Philips Plastics, Northern States Power, Carlson Travel Network
    • 1991-97 Pine Lake Association, Limnological studies of Pine Lake area, $5000 per year
    • 1991-96    University of Wisconsin System, Wisconsin Distinguished Professor, $125,000; $125,000 in matching funds provided by Northern States Power, Pine Lake Association, UW-EC Foundation
    • 1991-92    Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, Lake planning grant, Lake Amacoy $9400
    • 1991-92  UW-Eau Claire. Re-defining the Baccalaureate Degree Award
    • 1991   University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Instructional Technology Grant, $2829
    • 1991 Univ. of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, Summer extramural grant development award
    • 1991 WI DNR, Lake planning grant: Island Chain of Lakes $8,000
    • 1989-90 Gacek and Associates, Environmental assessment - water quality impacts related to proposed logging operations, $6,500
    • 1989   Washington Dept of Ecology, Alpine Lakes chemical monitoring, $4,500
    • 1989   Port of Bellingham, Sampling and analysis of water quality related to Sphaerotilus natans, $1,995
    • 1989 U.S. EPA, Supplement to Cooperative Agreement for work on International comparisons for the NAPAP State of Science documents, $28,971
    • 1988-90  U.S. Forest Service, Cooperative Education Agreement; direct awards to students
    • 1988-89 Whatcom County Conservation District, Water quality analyses for Puget Sound Early Action watersheds
    • 1988-90 U.S. EPA, Integrated assessment of acidification in high deposition areas, $3,750
    • 1988   Washington Dept. of Ecology, Alpine Lakes chemical monitoring, $3,002
    • 1987-88  U.S. EPA, Supplement to Cooperative Agreement for work on organic acids and the 'F' factor, $38,868
    • 1987-88 National Park Service/U.S. EPA, Deposition monitoring, $7,300
    • 1987-89  Whatcom County Council of Governments, Water quality analyses for the Silver Creek watershed
    • 1986   Weyerhaeuser Foundation and Northwest Pulp and Paper Association, Supplement to deposition monitoring, $27,800
    • 1986   U.S. EPA, Suppl. to Data analysis and reporting for National Lake Survey, $54,000
    • 1986   City of Bellingham, Lake and stream water quality in the Lake Whatcom watershed, $23,204 (with R. Matthews)
    • 1986   Washington Department of Ecology, Long term monitoring network for lakes  sensitive to acidic deposition, $7,500
    • 1986 E.I. Dupont, Preparation and documentation of the Aquatic Ecology Volume of the 1986 Final Comprehensive Cooling Water Report, Savannah River, $43,000 (with R. Matthews)
    • 1986-87  U.S. EPA, Second year of Cooperative Agreement for data analysis of lake survey results, $39,899
    • 1986 Whatcom County, Watershed Management plan for Lake Whatcom, $10,600
    • 1985 Washington Dept. of Ecology, Marblemount and Sullivan Lake deposition, $2,870
    • 1985 Washington Dept. of Ecology/U.S. EPA, Watershed characteristics and controls on chemistry in the North Cascades, $9,500
    • 1985   City of Bellingham, Analysis of physical and chemical changes in Whatcom Creek, $3,000
    • 1985-87  U. S. EPA, Data analysis and reporting for the National Lake Survey, $120,061
    • 1985   Weyerhaeuser Foundation, travel grant
    • 1985-86  City of Bellingham, Summer conditions in Lake Whatcom - 1985, $5,175
    • 1985-87  Washington Dept. of Ecology, Snow chemistry monitoring at Mt. Baker, $3,000 (1985-86), $3,000 (1986-87)
    • 1984   U. S. EPA, Supplement to acidification grant, $26,300
    • 1984-85  City of Bellingham, Monitoring effects of flood mitigation of Whatcom Creek, $9,258
    • 1984-86  Washington Dept. Of Ecology (sub-contract from URS Co.), Lake Whatcom Lake Restoration Study (continuation), $30,000
    • 1984-86  Padilla Bay National Marine Estuarine Sanctuary Area, Washington Dept. of Ecology, water quality analyses
    • 1984   Washington Department of Ecology/U.S. EPA, Chemical surveys and predictions for North Cascade lakes, $9,810
    • 1984-85  Weyerhaeuser Foundation, Supplement to deposition monitoring, $13,900
    • 1983-85 U.S. EPA, Determination of the rate of change, magnitude of effect, and extent of aquatic resources at risk from acidification, $146,156
    • 1983   Washington Dept. of Ecology/U.S. EPA, Chemical survey of North Cascade lakes sensitive to acidic inputs, $5,287
    • 1983 U.S. EPA, Modelling fish population responses to acidification, $7,500
    • 1982 Wiser Lake Association, Aquatic Vegetation Management, $3,060
    • 1982 Bureau for Faculty Research, WWU, Summer Research Grant, Limnology and management of Lake Whatcom $2,000
    • 1982-84  Weyerhaeuser Foundation and Northwest Pulp and Paper Association, Atmospheric Deposition Monitoring Program, $30,000 (1982-83), $30,000 (1983-84)
    • 1982-84  State of Washington (subcontract from URS Co.), Lake Whatcom Lake Restoration Study, $40,500
    • 1982   U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Weyerhaeuser Foundation, sponsorship of Symposium on atmospheric deposition and acid precipitation
    • 1982 U.S. EPA, Mapping emission sources in relation to water chemistry changes and water chemistry data analysis, $10,000
    • 1981 Bureau for Faculty Research, WWU, Lake acidification, near the Wawa Smelters, Ontario, $1,000
    • 1981-83  State of Washington, Studies on the Lake Whatcom Watershed, $6,000
    • 1981-83  State of Washington, Determination of the nature and distribution of aerosol and particulate fallout debris in the glaciers and meltwater drainage systems of the North Cascade and Olympic Mountains, $7,100
    • 1981   Center for Canadian Studies, Cooperative studies of acid rain in Canada, $300
    • 1981-82  City of Bellingham, Sedimentation in Mirror Lake, Washington, and transport to Lake Whatcom related to the Nooksack River diversion, $4,500
    • 1980   Government of Quebec, Travel grant to attend Acid Rain conference in Sandefjord, Norway, $1,000
    • 1980-82  Environment Canada, Paleolimnological indices of lake acidification, $18,201 (1980-81); $17,000 (1981-82) (co-principal investigator)
    • OWRT Project A - 048 - ME Supplements, Responses of Maine Lakes to Atmospheric Inputs of Acids and Heavy Metals, $6,000 (FY 1979); $8,000 (FY 1980); I. Zooplankton Communities (Cladocera)
    • 1978-80  OWRT Project A - 048 - ME, Responses of Maine Lakes to Atmospheric Inputs of Acids and Heavy metals(co-principal investigator); $22,258 (1979); $21,631 (1980)
    • 1978 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Review and analysis of Idaho wildlife and fish losses caused by Lower Granite Project under Lower Snake River Fish and Wildlife Compensation Plan $10,990 
    • 1976 Sigma Xi Grant-in-Aid of Research, Predation effects on size of individuals and populations of Camptocerus (Cladocera: Chydoridae and reproductive strategies
    • Indiana Academy of Science Research Grant, Ecological and morphological studies on the genus Camptocerus (Cladocera: Chydoridae) (two awards)
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