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Special Discussion 

Funding opportunities in aquatic sciences with the National Science Foundation

Date: Monday, May 23, 2011, 12:15-1:00
Location: Rhode Island Convention Center, Room 554AB
Organized by: Nancy Grimm and Richard Inouye, Program Directors, Ecosystem Science

Grimm and Inouye will present an overview of new and ongoing funding opportunities at the NSF. This brief presentation can be interrupted and/or followed by a Q&A period with the audience. This session is open to all. Potential topics include: Division of Environmental Biology Programs (Ecosystem Science, Population and Community Ecology, Evolutionary Processes, and Biodiversity and Systematic Biology, Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology), Research Coordination Networks, the new Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability portfolio, Dimensions of Biodiversity, NEON, Macrosystems Biology, Coupled Natural-Human Systems, and others.

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