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2003-2004 Prescott Grant Proposals

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Federal Register 2003-2004 Notice of Solicitation [pdf] [97 KB]

2003-2004 Prescott Proposals Received

Note: This table is a list of proposals received as of May 5, 2003. It does not indicate which proposals have been selected for panel review.

State Applicant Project Title
AK
University of Alaska Anchorage The effects of acute and chronic stress on the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops Truncatus) Adrenal gland.
AK
University of Alaska Fairbanks Morbidity and mortality of marine mammals on the north coast of Alaska Peninsula
AK
Aleut Community of St Paul Island

Assessment of northern fur seal entanglement in marine debris on the Pribilof Islands.

AK
Aleut Community of St Paul Island Physiological effects of entanglement on northern fur seals.
AK
Seward Association for the Advancement of Marine Science Improved rehabilitation techniques through health assessment data and post release monitoring
AK
Seward Association for the Advancement of Marine Science Rescue and Rehabilitation of Pinnipeds and Cetaceans in Alaska
AL
Marterra Foundation, Inc. Enhancement of data collection Phase 2
CA
City of Malibu Consistency and improvement in marine mammal stranding response for the City of Malibu coastline
CA
City of Malibu Consistency and improvement in marine mammal stranding response for the City of Malibu coastline (2nd-year funding)
CA
Friends of the Seal Lion Marine Mammal Center Pathology enhancement and database development
CA
Marine Mammal Care Center Veterinary Fellowship Program at the Marine Mammal Care Center at Fort MacArthur
CA
Marine Mammal Care Center Enhanced Veterinary Medical Program at the Marine Mammal Care Center at Fort MacArthur
CA
Marine Mammal Center Advancement of clinical care of stranded marine mammals, especially those intoxicated with the algal toxin domoic acid
CA
Marine Mammal Center Continuation of a biomonitoring program to detect novel diseases and changes in prevalence of know diseases in pinnipeds stranded along the central California coast
CA
Natural History Museum Development of an Improved Protocol for Examining Stranded Cetaceans:Combining Museum-based Science and Veterinary Medicine
CA
Northcoast Marine Mammal Center Enhance diagnostic and treatment abilities, improve facilities for stranded marine mammals; continue employment of facility manager and primary investigating veterinarian to accomplish goals and objectives
CA
Regents of the University of California, Davis Cancer in stranded California sea lions: answering questions about the role of contaminants, genetics, and diagnosis of herpes virus infection and early cancers
CA
Regents of the University of California, Santa Cruz Enhancement of Stranding Response at the University of California Santa Cruz Long Marine Lab California
CA
Regents of the University of California Marine Mammal Pathology for the Central California
CA
Santa Barbara Marine Mammal Center Pinniped Rescue Capture Techniques Training Program
CA
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Enhancement of Facility, Equipment and Supplies to Recover and Archive Dead, Stranded Cetaceans
CA
San Jose State University Foundation Improving the Response to Marine Mammal Strandings by Moss Landing Marine Laboratories in Central California
CA
San Jose State University Foundation Movements, Dive Behavior, and Survival of Post Release California Sea Lions After Rehabilitation for Domoic Acid Toxicity
CA
Sea World, San Diego Enhancement and integration of southern California stranded marine mammal post-mortem evaluations and materials archives
CA
Sea World, San Diego Improving response, care and diagnostics for stranded marine mammal in Southern California
CT
Mystic Aquarium Application and refinement of a prognostic index to evaluate the health, nutritional status, and cause of stranding of stranded harp seals and hooded seals in the Northeastern U.S., with particular emphasis on a disease with epizootic potential.
CT
Mystic Aquarium Support for the Marine Mammal Stranding Program at Mystic Aquarium
CT
Mystic Aquarium Upgrades and improvements to Mystic Aquarium's Aquatic Animal Study Center
CT
University of Connecticut Evaluation of immune functions as potential diagnostic and prognostic tools in stranded marine mammals.
DC
Smithsonian Institution Enhancement and Maintenance of the Smithsonian Institution's Cetacean Distributional Database and Research Collection's (Year 1)
DC
Smithsonian Institution Enhancement and Maintenance of the Smithsonian Institution's Cetacean Distributional Database and Research Collection's (Year 2)
DE
Delaware Department ofResources and Environmental Control Outfitting a necropsy lab to improve acquisition, analysis and storage of levels A, B. and C data from stranded marine mammals in coastal Delaware and its' inland waterways.
DE
Delaware Department of Resources and Environmental Control Improve response, stabilization, and transport procedures for live marine mammal strandings in Delaware.
FL
Dynamac Corporation Marine Mammal Stranding Program on Florida's Space Coast: Upgrade Rescue and Data Collection
FL
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Facilities of Southwest Florida Cetacean Rescue and Recovery
FL
Gulf World, Inc. Request for equipment to help facilitate large animals and to make moving of all animals easier, safer and faster and for financial assistance with stranding facility operations
FL
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution Stranding Center Pool Enhancement
FL
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution
Diagnostic Equipment Purchase
FL
Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute Cetacean stranding response and the development of a photographic stranding atlas for network education and training
FL
Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute Enhancing live animal stranding response, necropsy procedures and tissue archiving capabilities along the central and northeast coast of Florida.
FL
Marine Animal Rescue Society (MARS) Improve MARS's impact on live stranding events in South Florida, while nurturing existing outreach channels with a better presence.
FL
Marine Animal Rescue Society (MARS) Improve MARS's impact on live stranding events in South Florida, while nurturing existing outreach channels with a better presence (2nd Year Funding).
FL
Marine Mammal Conservancy, Inc. Construction of a dedicated rehabilitation pool for marine mammal isolation and initial evaluation and stabilization and medical testing.
FL
Mote Marine Laboratory Enhancement of marine mammal rescue and stranding program for central west Florida
FL
Mote Marine Laboratory Facility expansion for the Dolphin and Whale Hospital
FL
University of Florida Poxvirus Infections in North American Pinnipeds
HI
Hawaiian Islands Stranding Response Group Collect consistent level A data throughout the jurisdiction, including remote areas, and collect level B and C data from strandings of dead marine mammals.
HI
Hawaiian Islands Stranding Response Group Collect consistent level A data throughout the jurisdiction, including remote areas, and collect level B and C data from strandings of dead marine mammals. (2nd Year Funding)
LA
Audubon Nature Institute, Inc Enhancement of data collection from stranded marine mammals by the Louisiana Marine Mammal Rescue Program
LA
Audubon Nature Institute, Inc Enhancement of data collection from stranded marine mammals by the Louisiana Marine Mammal Rescue Program (2nd Year Funding).
MA
Cape Cod Stranding Network, Inc Enhanced stranding response and investigation on Cape Cod: assessment, data collection, sampling, and disposal
MA
Cape Cod Stranding Network, Inc The science of stranding response: supporting data collection from live and dead stranded marine mammals on Cape Cod
MA
New England Aquarium Corporation Improved field diagnostics and post release monitoring of mass stranded cetaceans
MA
New England Aquarium Corporation Improving marine mammal stranding response and rehabilitation in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Southern Maine
MA
Whale Center of New England A project to increase the breadth and efficiency of marine mammal stranding response on Massachusetts' North Shore
MA
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 2003 Necropsy Enhancement for Stranded Marine Mammals
ME
College of the Atlantic A medium-range response vessel to enhance the Marine Mammal Stranding Response Program (MMSRP) for Mid-coast/Downeast Maine
ME
College of the Atlantic Enhancement of the Marine Mammal Stranding Response Program (MMSRP) for the Mid-coast/Downeast Maine
ME
Marine Animal Lifeline Improved veterinary care and marine mammal rehabilitation program support
ME
Marine Animal Lifeline Enhancing and supporting marine mammal rescue response and stabilization procedures
ME
University of Southern Maine Establishing a national resource of marine mammal cell lines for toxicological, infectious disease, and other biomedical research
MD
Maryland Department of Natural Resources Improving Response to and Assessment of Dead Stranded Marine Mammals in Maryland
MD
National Aquarium in Baltimore Enhanced operations of Marine Animal Stranding Rescue and Rehabilitation through the procurement of medical/rescue equipment.
MD
National Aquarium in Baltimore Enhanced operations of Marine Animal Stranding Rescue and Rehabilitation through the procurement of medical/rescue equipment (2nd Year Funding)
MS
Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, Inc. Evaluation of trends and possible causes of marine mammal strandings in the Mississippi sound and adjacent waters.
NJ
Marine Mammal Stranding Center (MMSC) To enhance and support MMSC staffing requirements
NJ
Marine Mammal Stranding Center (MMSC) To enhance and support MMSC staffing requirements (2nd Year Funding)
NY
Mount Sinai School of Medicine Assessment of anatomy and pathology of the respiratory tract in odontocetes and development of a guide for necropsy
NY
Mount Sinai School of Medicine Atlas of mysticete anatomy
NY
Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation Facility upgrade to enhance access to veterinary care for marine mammals while collecting valuable supplemental data
NY
Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation Evaluation of current rescue response protocols and post-rehabilitation monitoring of marine mammals through the enhancement of data collection, satellite and radio tracking, and data on the prevalence of morbilli and herpes in pinnipeds in the northwest Atlantic
NC
University of North Carolina,Wilmington Enhancing response to and necropsy of stranded large whales in North Carolina and Virginia.
NC
University of North Carolina,Wilmington Enhanced tissue collection and health monitoring of stranded marine mammal's in North Carolina and Virginia.
NC
North Carolina State University Improving live marine mammal stranding response in North Carolina through rapid diagnostic capability and short-term holding capacity
OR
Oregon State University Enhancing the capabilities of the Oregon marine mammal stranding network
SC
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Continuation of South Carolina's Marine Mammal Strandings Network
TX
Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network Improved data collection from living and dead marine mammal strandings
TX
Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network Improved Recovery and Treatment of Live Stranded Animals -- Rescue, Rehabilitation and Release
TX
Texas A & M Research Foundation Digestive Physiology in Pygmy & Dwarf Sperm Whales (Family Kogiidae)
VA
Virginia Institute of Marine Science Marine Mammal Stranding Program in the Western Chesapeake Bay, Virginia
VA
Virginia Marine Science Museum Recovery and treatment of Live Stranded Marine Mammals in Virginia
VA
Virginia Marine Science Museum Supporting response to dead marine mammal strandings in Virginia
VA
University of Virginia Assessing the health and mortality of bottlenose dolphins using compound specific isotope analysis
WA
Cascadia Research Collective Trends, spatial distribution, health effects of contaminants in Washington pinnipeds
WA
Cascadia Research Collective Cetacean stranding response in Washington with special attention to gray whales and harbor porpoise
WA Whale Museum Stranding response and post-mortem evaluation of stranded marine mammals in San Juan County, Washington
WA Whale Museum Stranding response and post-mortem evaluation of stranded marine mammals in San Juan County, Washington (2nd Year Funding)
WA Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Investigations of marine mammal health parameters and causes of mortality in marine mammals from Washington waters
WA Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Advancement of Marine Mammal Rehabilitation Program, Facilities, Techniques, Training and Research

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