This Week on IARPC Collaborations: Harmful Algal Blooms in Alaska, Call for Applications and Funding Opportunities

August 7, 2019
By Jessica Rohde

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  • Inorganic carbon data available from the Canada Basinfrom Mike DeGrandpre, University of Montana
  • Examining the impact of Alaska's VPSO program on sexual assault case referral and acceptance for prosecutionfrom Brad A. Myrstol, University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center
  • Surface radiation budget over polar regions derived from satellite observations: Current status and issuesfrom Seiji Kato, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • "NIJ's Tribal Crime & Justice Research, Evaluation, Resources, & Other Initiatives" from Christine (Tina) Crossland, National Institute of Justice
  • The Polar Radiant Energy in the Far InfraRed Experiment (PREFIRE): Opening a New Window into Arctic Climate Processes from Tristan L'Ecuyer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Informational Webinar Contaminated Sites, Natural Disasters, Changing Environmental Conditions, and Vulnerable Communities: Research to Build Resilience Request for Applications (RFA) from Dorothy Castille, NIH/NIMHD
  • Analysis of HAB exposure in food web (Kathi Lefebvre) from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • Phytoplankton sampling in water and sediments (Don Anderson) from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • Call for Applications for the Native Center for Alcohol Research and Education (NCARE) Pilot Project Program from Dorothy Castille, NIH/NIMHD
  • Call for Contributions to the 2019 Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) August report (based on May, June, and July data) from Betsy Turner-Bogren, Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S
  • 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 Bowden, IARPC 
  • OneNOAA Science Seminar Series: Climate Change and Tribes and Indigenous Peoples: Findings from the Fourth National Climate Assessment from Kelley Uhlig, NOAA
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