This Week on IARPC Collaborations: Protect Yourself From Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning, Federal Funding Opportunity, NOAA Public Comment Period

July 31, 2019
By Jessica Rohde

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  • Change and Tribes and Indigenous Peoples: Findings from the Fourth National Climate Assessment from Kelley Uhlig, NOAA
  • Call for Applications for the Native Center for Alcohol Research and Education (NCARE) Pilot Project Program from Dorothy Castille, NIH/NIMHD
  • Workshop on NIH Funding Opportunities: Division of Training, Workforce Development & Diversity from Luis Cubano, National Institutes of Health
  • Tracking Change in Arctic Seas for the benefit of planning and operations: A presentation by Hajo Eicken from Sara Browden, IARPC
  • OneNOAA Science Seminar Series: Climate Change and Tribes and Indigenous Peoples: Findings from the Fourth National Climate Assessment from Kelley Uhlig, NOAA
  • Winter is Coming - Communicating Avalanche Risk in Northern Norway from Sara Pasqualetto,  Polar Prediction Project
  • Team Leaders Workshop Report 2019 from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • Presentation by Maija Lukin (Superintendent, Western Arctic National Parklands, National Park Service) at Team Leaders Workshop 2019 from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • Presentation by Jacquelyn Overbeck (Coastal Hazards Program Manager, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys) at Team Leaders Workshop 2019 from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • Presentation by Vera Metcalf (Director, Eskimo Walrus Commission) at Team Leaders Workshop 2019 from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • AGU Session on Improving Interdisciplinary & Convergence Research Collaborations - Abstracts Due 31 July from Brit Myers, ARCUS
  • Call for Input: Arctic Research Interdisciplinary/Transdisciplinary Networking Hub Survey from Brit Myers, ARCUS
  • Shellfish Safety in Alaska - Protecting Yourself from Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning from Renee Crain Wagner, NOAA
  • How natural resource management can support building resilience in socio-ecological systems? AGU 2019 Session from Guillermo Auad, IRPC
  • Paralytic shellfish poisoning suspected on the Alaska Peninsula: Alaska Press Release (DHSS) from Emily Osborne, NOAA
  • Federal Funding Opportunity: Developing terrestrial-, marine-, and ice-atmosphere boundary layer datasets through collaborations between observation and modeling communities from Kelley Uhlig, NOAA
  • Draft NOAA Research & Development Plan for 2020-2026 Open for Public Comment from Kelley Uhlig, NOAA
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