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Emergency Prescott Funded Awards

The following Emergency Prescott grants have been awarded:

State Applicant Title Funding
2014
CA The Marine Mammal Center Provide Urgently Needed Funding for Personnel, Supplies, and Vehicle Operations to Respond to the Increased Number of Stranded Pinnipeds Being Admitted to The Marine Mammal Center (CA) $98,828
NH Seacoast Science Center Establishing a New Marine Mammal Stranding Program for NH $50,000
2013
CA California Wildlife Center Emergency Support for Expanded Pinniped Rehabilitation $29,401
CA MAR3INE on behalf of Marine Mammal Care Center/Ft MacArthur Marine Mammal Care Center at Fort MacArthur Emergency Grant $65,220
HI The Marine Mammal Center Building Capacity for Hawaiian Monk Seal Rehabilitation $99,825
NY Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation 2013 Mid-Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin Unusual Mortality Event $99,997
NY Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation Mid-Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin UME Emergency Support $99,960
VA Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center Foundation, Inc. Responding to the 2013 Tursiops Unusual Mortality Event $65,333
2012
AK
North Slope Borough
Emergency Funds to Support Coastal Surveys and Stranded Marine Mammal Incidents on the North Slope of Alaska
$84,942
AK
University of Alaska, Anchorage
Arctic Seal Disease Investigation
$92,355
LA
Audubon Nature Institute, Inc.
Enhancing Necropsy Capacity for Gulf of Mexico Unusual Mortality Event Response
$19,500
2009
CA
The Marine Mammal Center
Emergency Response to Extraordinary California Sea Lion Stranding Event Along the California Coast
$45,000
TX
Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network
Support for Essential Marine Mammal Recovery and Rehabilitation Equipment Lost in Hurricane Ike and Emergency Support for Out of Habitat Capture Following Hurricane Ike
$38,633
VA
Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center Foundation, Inc.
Building a New Stranding Network in Northern North Carolina
$74,477
2007
CA
The Marine Mammal Center
Rescue of an Injured Cow-Calf Pair of Humpback Whales from the Sacramento River Delta
$44,234
CT
Sea Research Foundation, Inc.
Emergency Support for Expanded Pinniped Rehabilitation at Mystic Aquarium
$92,826
ME
Maine Department of Marine Resources
Continued Development of the Maine Department of Marine Resources Marine Mammal Stranding Program
$100,000
ME
University of New England
Maximizing Rehabilitation Resources at the University of New England Marine Animal Rehabilitation Center
$100,000
VA
Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center Foundation, Inc.
Support for Diagnostic Necropsies of Stranded Right Whales in the Western North Atlantic
$100,000
2006
CA
University of California, Santa Cruz
Emergency Request for Enhancement of Stranding Response at University of California, Santa Cruz, Long Marine Laboratory to Enable Live Cetacean Rehabilitation
$76,106
HI
Hawaii Pacific University
Increasing Cetacean Necropsy Capabilities in the Main Hawaiian Islands
$100,000
ME
Maine Department of Marine Resources
Emergency Funds for the Development and Implementation of the Maine Department of Marine Resources (DMR) Marine Mammal Stranding Program
$100,000
TX
Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network
Emergency Response to the Effects of Hurricane Rita on the Gulf Coast of Louisiana
$99,807
2005
FL
Marine Mammal Conservancy
Rehabilitation of 26 Steno bredanensis from the Mass Stranding Event in Marathon, FL, March 2005
$60,000
FL
Mote Marine Laboratory
Emergency Care, Rehabilitation and Post-Release Monitoring Following Mass Stranding of Rough-Toothed Dolphins at the Dolphin and Whale Hospital
$100,000
NY
Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation
NY3175-2005/ St581Gg Rehabilitation and Release Emergency Funding Request
$29,639
2004
FL
Marine Mammal Conservancy
Emergency Assistance Component of the 2003/ 2004 Prescott Grant for the Mass Stranding and Rehabilitation of 5 Pilot Whales in Big Pine Key, FL
$68,233
2003
MA
Cape Cod Stranding Network
Emergency Reimbursement for Pilot Whale (G. melas) Mass Stranding on Cape Cod, July 2002
$31,203
2002
WA
Whale Museum
A-73 Rehabilitation and Post-Release Monitoring
$28,685
WA
Whale Museum
A-73 Rehabilitation and Post-Release Monitoring
$64,809

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Updated: August 14, 2014