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2005 Prescott Grant Proposals

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Federal Register 2005 Notice of Solicitation [pdf] [141 KB]
2005 Full Funding Opportunity [pdf] [149 KB]

2005 Prescott Proposals Received

This list contains all 95 Prescott Grant proposals that were received as of as of October 1, 2004. It does not indicate which proposals have been selected for panel review.

State Applicant Project Title Federal Funding Requested
AK
Aleut Community of St Paul Island

Assessment of Northern Fur Seal Entanglement in Marine Debris on St. Paul Island

$83,546
AK
Seward Association for the Advancement of Marine Science Alaska Region Stranding Network Coordination and Development Project
$97,837
AK
Seward Association for the Advancement of Marine Science Alaska Sealife Center Rescue and Rehabilitation Program Data Management System Development
$99,421
AK
University of Alaska, Anchorage Histopathologies Associated with Long-term Stress in Dolphins
$58,156
AK
University of Alaska Fairbanks Salvagina beach-dead marine mammals - collaborative effort between UAM, volunteer salvage crews and NOAA
$99,959
AL
Marterra Foundation, Inc. Enhancement of management of data collection
$99,370
CA
Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute Post-release monitoring of rehabilitated marine mammals in southern California through the use of VHF and UHF (satellite-linked) radio telemetry
$99,936
CA
City of Malibu 2005 Funding Proposal Consistency and improvement in marine mammal stranding response for the City of Malibu coastline. Second Year Funding
$100,000
CA
County of Los Angeles Los Angeles Lifeguard Marine Mammal Rescue Equipment, Training and Public Education Program
$99,409
CA
Marine Mammal Care Center Development of a biomonitoring program to detect novel diseases and changes in prevalence of known diseases in pinnipeds stranded along he central California coast - year 3
$100,000
CA
Marine Mammal Care Center Advancement of clinical care, data collection, and professional training at The Marine Mammal Center
$100,000
CA
Marine Mammal Care Center
Fort MacArthur
Enhanced Operations at the Marine Mammal Care Center at Fort MacArthur
$100,000
CA
Marine Mammal Care Center
Fort MacArthur
Support and upgrade of the Veterinary Medical Program at the Marine Mammal Care Center at Fort MacArthur
$100,000
CA
Northcoast Marine Mammal Center Enhance rescue, diagnostic and treatment abilities. Improve water quality in facility for stranded marine mammals. Continue employment of Facility Manager and Primary Investigating Veterinarian to accomplish goals and objectives.
$100,000
CA
Friends of the Sea Lion Marine Mammal Center Enhancement to Marine Mammal Rescue and Response Program
$33,838
CA
Friends of the Sea Lion Marine Mammal Center Enhancing diagnostic applications for stranded marine mammals and improving operational capabilities
$69,566
CA
Regents of the University of California, Santa Cruz Enhancement of Stranding Response at University of California Santa Cruz Long Marine Lab
$37,581
CA
Regents of the University of California, Santa Cruz Marine Mammal Pathology Service for the Central Coast California Part 3
$99,980
CA
San Jose State University Foundation Body Burden Assessments of Total Mercury in stranded Pacific Harbor Seal, Phoca vitulina richardii, in central California
$98,815
CA
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Enhancement of Response to and Recovery of Dead-Stranded Cetaceans
$92,582
CA
Sea World, San Diego Equipment and Personnel for Improving Response and Care for Live Stranded Marine Mammals in Southern California
$76,108
CT
Mystic Aquarium Nutritional Analysis of Three Different hand Rearing Formulas and Their Effect on Growth Rate, Hormone Concentrations, and Immune Competence During Rehabilitation of Stranded Harbor Seal Pups
$100,000
CT
Mystic Aquarium Support and Enhancement for the Marine Mammal Stranding Program at Mystic Aquarium
$100,000
CT
Mystic Aquarium Bacterial Microfloral Compositional and Antibiotic Resistance Pattern Changes and Immune Responses of Rehabilitating Stranded Phocids
$100,000
CT
University of Connecticut Evaluation of the possible role of PCBs on health and contributor to strandings in southern New England marine mammals: a risk assessment-based approach.
$100,000
DC
Smithsonian Institution Enhancement of Level A, B and C Cetacean Data: Improving Data Quality and Access to the Smithsonian Institution's Cetacean Distributional Database
$88,685
DC
Smithsonian Institution Establishment of a Marine Mammal Life History Laboratory at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
$89,719
DE
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation Support staffing and operational needs to facilitate improved stranding response for marine mammals occurring along the Delaware coast and its waterways
$100,000
FL
Dynamac Corporation Marine Mammal Stranding Program on Florida's Space Coast
$36,961
FL
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Improving Response to Injured Cetaceans and Carcass Recovery in Southwest Florida
$99,992
FL
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Equipping the Northeast Florida Stranding Network for Response to Cetacean Strandings
$80,116
FL
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Facilitation of Standardized and Dedicated Data Collection for Stranding Networks in Northeast Florida
$99,004
FL
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Comparative Lymph Node Morphology of Seals, Sea Lions and Dolphins
$95,697
FL
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Improving Statewide Cetacean Stranding Coordination and Enhancing Cetacean Stranding Response in West Central Florida
$96,754
FL
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission A Stranding Response Unit for Florida's Big Bend and Eastern Panhandle Coasts
$76,700
FL
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution Research project on Cardiomyopathy of Dwarf and Pygmy Sperm Whales
$99,706
FL
Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute An evaluation of demographic and health related factors of the Indian River Lagoon dolphin population following an Unusual Mortality Event
$76,540
FL
Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute Validation of historic marine mammal stranding data from the southeastern United States
$99,757
FL
Marine Animal Rescue Society (MARS) Improve MARS' impact on live stranding events in South Florida, while nurturing existing outreach channels with a better presence
$99,996
FL
Marine Mammal Conservancy, Inc. Development of a Mobile Response Unit Capable of Handling Mass Strandings and Improving Response, Care, Transport and Treatment of Stranded Marine Mammals While Supporting Outreach and Training Efforts.
$100,000
FL
Mote Marine Lab Support for Operation with the increased Capacity of the Dolphin and Whale Hospital
$100,000
FL
Mote Marine Lab Enhancement of the marine mammal stranding program and post-release monitoring of rehabilitated cetaceans for central west Florida
$100,000
FL
Nova Southeastern University Prescott Stranding Data Analysis
$28,986
FL
Nova Southeastern University Prescott Kidney Vascular Anatomy
$32,549
FL
Sea World Enhancement of post-release monitoring capabilities: Northeast and east-central Florida
$99,679
FL
Sea World Enhancement of SeaWorld Florida's capabilities to respond to strandings of large whales, mass strandings and collection of level B and C data
$100,000
HI
Robert C. Braun Creation of an electronic marine mammal stranding reference library
$100,000
HI
Robert C. Braun Hawaiian Monk Seal Health Trend Surveillance and Captive Care Response
$100,000
LA
Audubon Nature Institute, Inc Enhancement and Maintenance of Data Collection from Stranded Marine Mammal by the Louisiana Marine Mammal Rescue Program: Phase 2
$99,900
MA
Cape Cod Stranding Network, Inc. Investigating the Presence of Domoic Acid and Saxitoxin in Stranded Large Whales in the Northeast Region (Maine through Virginia)
$100,000
MA
Cape Cod Stranding Network, Inc. Pursuing Excellence in Marine Mammal Stranding Response: Support for basic operational needs and innovative solutions to stranding challenges
$100,000
MA
New England Aquarium Corporation Strengthening Marine Mammal Stranding Response and Rehabilitation at the New England Aquarium
$99,613
MA
New England Aquarium Corporation Emerging and Existing Disease in Marine Mammals in the Gulf of Maine Emphasizing Enhanced Necropsy Skills
$99,998
MA
Whale Center of New England Marine mammal stranding response on Massachusetts: North Shore: Continuation and expansion of data collection and assistance to stranded animals
$75,815
MA
Wheelock College A Program to Provide Satellite Tracking and Data Analysis of Marine Mammals Released by Marine Mammal Rescue Programs in the Northeast US
$99,668
MA
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Development of Necropsy, Anatomy and Pathology/Training Materials from Stranded Marine Mammals
$99,969
MD
Maryland Department of Natural Resources Enhancing the Quality and Quantity of Data Collection from Dead Stranded Marine Mammals in Maryland
$88,387
MD
National Aquarium in Baltimore 2005 National Aquarium in Baltimore, Marine Animal Rescue Program, Enhanced Operations
$99,680
ME
College of the Atlantic Stable isotope analysis as a tool to assess nutritional health in stranded pinnipeds and cetaceans
$51,161
ME
College of the Atlantic Maintenance and Enhancement of the Marine Mammal Stranding Response Program (MMSRP) for the mid-coast/Downeast region of Maine, 2005-2006
$77,388
ME
Marine Animal Lifeline Continuation of enhanced marine mammal rescue response and stabilization procedures
$52,148
ME
Marine Animal Lifeline Continuation of veterinary care staffing and marine mammal rehabilitation operation support
$100,000
ME
University of New England The Enhancement of Pinniped Rehabilitation at Marine Animal Rehabilitation Center
$99,714
ME
University of New England The Enhancement of Stranded Cetacean Response and Rehabilitation in Southern Maine
$94,011
ME
University of Southern Maine Establishing a National Resource of Marine Mammal Cell lines for Toxicological, Infectious Disease and Other Biomedical Research
$100,000
MS
Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, Inc. Mitochondrial DNA Analysis of Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncates) Population in the North-central Gulf of Mexico
$100,000
MS
Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, Inc. Evaluating the role of antimicrobial resistant bacterial infections in wild cetacean mortality events and the implications on environmental health
$100,000
MS
Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, Inc. Evaluation of trends and possible causes of Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) strandings in the Mississippi Sound and adjacent waters (continuation study)
$100,000
MS
Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, Inc. Age and Growth of bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, in the Mississippi Sound and Adjacent Gulf of Mexico Waters
$100,000
NC
North Carolina State University Improving live marine mammal stranding response in North Carolina through a rapid diagnostic capability and short-term holding capacity
$56,930
NC
University of North Carolina, Wilmington Characterization of lipids in beaked whale tissues: providing baseline information about odontocetes potentially vulnerable to acoustically mediated fat emboli
$93,010
NC
University of North Carolina, Wilmington Enhancing and standardizing quantitative characterizations of body condition in stranded and fisheries by-caught cetaceans
$82,723
NC
University of North Carolina, Wilmington Enhanced tissue collection and health monitoring of stranded marine mammals in North Carolina and Virginia
$98,587
NJ
Marine Mammal Stranding Center (MMSC) To upgrade existing facilities to meet upcoming rehabilitation facilities guidelines
$33,288
NJ
Marine Mammal Stranding Center (MMSC) To enhance and support basic needs for volunteer training and response, treatment and data collection of live and dead stranded marine mammals in New Jersey
$100,000
NY
Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation Assess rehabilitation success through post-release monitoring while collecting archival data for retrospective studies
$88,644
NY
Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation Facility Upgrade to Enhance Operational support and response to Live Marine Mammal Strandings while Collecting Valuable Supplemental Data
$100,000
OR
Oregon State University Enhancing the capabilities of the Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network
$99,201
OR
Portland State University Implementation of an Archival System for Cetacean Tissue and Anatomical Specimens Collected during 10 Years of Stranding Network Activity
$76,462
SC
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Continuation of South Carolina's Marine Mammal Stranding Network
$90,873
TX
Texas A & M University of Galveston Improving Pygmy & Dwarf Sperm Whale Rehabilitation Success Through Investigations of their Digestive Anatomy & Physiology
$86,287
TX
Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network Response, treatment and Data Collection from Living and Dead Stranded Marine Mammals
$99,905
TX
Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network Investigation of Marine Mammal Strandings, Health and Rehabilitation Techniques Utilizing Data From Living and Dead Marine Mammals
$100,000
VA
Virginia Marine Science Museum Enhancing Response to Live Marine Mammal Strandings in Virginia
$100,000
VA
Virginia Marine Science Museum Scientific Investigation of Marine Mammal Strandings in Virginia
$100,000
WA
Orca Network Stranding Response and post-mortem examination of stranded marine mammals in Central Puget Sound, Washington
$99,738
WA
Whale Museum Stranding response and post-mortem evaluations of stranded marine mammals in San Juan County, Washington
$94,485
WA
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Investigations of Marine Mammals Health Parameters and causes of Mortality in Washington State
$94,655
WA
Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Advancement of Marine Mammal Rehabilitation Program, Operations, Facilities, Training and Research
$99,918

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