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2016 Funded Prescott Grant Proposals

  2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013-2001

For FY2016, 32 competitive Prescott Grants were awarded totaling $2,718,421.

FY2016 Funded |  FY2016 Received


AK | CA | CT | FL | HI | LA | MA | ME | MS | NC | NH  | NJ | NY | OR | SC | TX | WA

State Applicant Project Title Award Number Federal Funding
 AK Seward Association for the Advancement of Marine Science Preparing for Unusual Events Involving Live Marine Mammals in Alaska & Using Deployable Assets for Rehabilitation NA16NMF4390143 $99,991
 CA California Academy of Sciences A Collaborative Partnership Focused on Outreach, Education, and Improved Response to Stranded Marine Mammals in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties, California: An Area with Limited Coverage NA16NMF4390128 $98,205
CA California Wildlife Center Enhanced Level A Data Collection and Dead-Animal Stranding Response NA16NMF4390142 $91,356
CA Channel Islands Cetacean Research Unit Enhancement to CICRU's Bio-Surveillance and Cetacean Health Monitoring Program NA16NMF4390129 $77,257
CA Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute Support Basic and Enhancement Needs for Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties NA16NMF4390139 $99,921
CA Humboldt State University Sponsored Programs Foundation Expansion of Effort-based Marine Mammal Surveys in northern California and southern Oregon based on Multi-Agency Cooperation and Strategic Planning NA16NMF4390131 $69,574
CA MAR3INE (on behalf of Marine Mammal Care Ctr/Fort MacArthur) Veterinary Technician Program at the Marine Mammal Care Center at Fort MacArthur NA16NMF4390130 $100,000
CA Northcoast Marine Mammal Center Operational Support for Northcoast Marine Mammal Center Pinniped and Cetacean Reporting, Response, and Training: Public Outreach and Education in Humboldt and Del Norte County NA16NMF4390144 $33,665
CA The Marine Mammal Center Investigation of Neurologic Disease in California Marine Mammals NA16NMF4390148 $90,971
 CT Sea Research Foundation, Inc. Support and Enhancement for the Marine Mammal Stranding Program at Sea Research Foundation's Mystic Aquarium NA16NMF4390132 $100,000
 FL Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute Supporting Marine Mammal Stranding Response and Education and Outreach along the East Coast of Central Florida: A Region of Repeated Unusual Mortality Events and Increased Dolphin Entanglements NA16NMF4390136 $98,999
FL Mote Marine Laboratory Enhanced Capacity for Live Animal Response and Transport, and Continued High-Level Response, Recovery, and Analyses of Stranded Cetaceans in Southwest Florida NA16NMF4390135 $96,929
FL The Florida Institute of Technology Multi-Regional HAB Toxin Diagnostics for the Marine Mammal Stranding Network NA16NMF4390151 $49,974
 HI Hawaii Pacific University Continuing to Investigate Causes of Mortality in Pacific Cetaceans NA16NMF4390150 $100,000
HI The Marine Mammal Center Support for a Hawaiian Monk Seal Rehabilitation Program: An Essential Tool to Enhance Survival of Critically Endangered Seals NA16NMF4390159 $99,730
 LA Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Maintaining and Enhancing Marine Mammal Stranding Response, Rescue and Recovery Along the Louisiana Coast NA16NMF4390138 $99,999
 MA International Fund for Animal Welfare Large Whale and General Necropsy Support, Readiness, and Capacity Building within the Greater Atlantic Region NA16NMF4390140 $45,553
MA National Marine Life Center, Inc. Programmatic Support for Pinniped Rehabilitation in Northern New England: Building Diagnostic Infrastructure & Enhancing Data Collection NA16NMF4390156 $69,361
 ME College of the Atlantic Maintenance and Enhancement of the Marine Mammal Stranding Response Program (MMSRP) for the Mid-Coast/Downeast Region of Maine 2016-2017 NA16NMF4390134 $99,972
ME Marine Mammals of Maine Support and Enhancement for Response, Data Collection and Outreach for Stranded Marine Mammals for Mid-coast and Southern Maine NA16NMF4390146 $95,565
 MS Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, Inc.   Conduct Marine Mammal Stranding Response in Mississippi to Continue Data and Tissue Collection, Live Animal Rehabilitation, and Coverage of the Coastline and Barrier Islands NA16NMF4390155 $95,565
 NC North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Marine Mammal Stranding Response in Central Coastal and Inland Northern North Carolina and Continued Bottlenose Dolphin Post-UME Surveillance NA16NMF4390141 $97,649
 NH Seacoast Science Center Strengthening Marine Mammal Stranding Response in New Hampshire, Supporting Network Partners, and Closing the Coverage Gap in North Shore Massachusetts NA16NMF4390147 $47,654
 NJ Marine Mammal Stranding Center New Jersey Marine Mammal Medical Response, Treatment and Outreach Program NA16NMF4390348 $62,656
 NY Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation  Operational Support for Comprehensive Response, Treatment and Data Collection of Live and Dead Marine Mammals in New York State NA16NMF4390152 $100,000
 OR Oregon State University Supporting and Enhancing the Capabilities of the Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network NA16NMF4390149 $99,971
OR Portland State University Response to Marine Mammal Strandings by the Northern Oregon/Southern Washington Stranding Program (NOSWSP) NA16NMF4390137 $98,675
 SC Coastal Carolina University The South Carolina Marine Mammal Stranding Network:  Restoring Stranding Response Capacity NA16NMF4390157 $77,737
 TX Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network Provision for Heightened Response and Analysis of Stranding Events Conducted by the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network (TMMSN) Rehabilitation and Research Program along the Texas Coast NA16NMF4390154 $99,364
 WA Makah Indian Tribe of the Makah Indian Reservation Investigations of Marine Mammal Strandings on the Makah Indian Reservation, 2016-2018 NA16NMF4390349 $48,086
WA The Whale Museum Stranding Response and Disease Surveillance in San Juan County, Washington NA16NMF4390158 $77,482
WA Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Response and Investigating Causes of Mortality in Washington Marine Mammals NA16NMF4390133 $96,560

Updated: September 1, 2016