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Applied Research Funding: A Walk on the Wild Side. Lisa Seeb Fish 521 2013. Funding Bodies. Competitive proposals State agencies Federal agencies NSF, Sea Grant, North Pacific Research Board Vary in specificity Foundations Gordon & Betty Moore

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funding bodies
Funding Bodies
  • Competitive proposals
    • State agencies
    • Federal agencies
      • NSF, Sea Grant, North Pacific Research Board
    • Vary in specificity
  • Foundations
    • Gordon & Betty Moore
    • Sometimes very specific, but less competition
      • Foundation goals are often negotiable
  • Contracts
    • E.g. International Pacific Halibut Commission
    • Usually very applied - want deliverables
  • Fellowships
    • Usually need additional funds
slide3

The Basic/Applied Continuum

Applied

Basic

NSF

NIH

Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Funds (PCSRF), BPA

North Pacific Research Board (NPRB)

Pacific Salmon Commission

Sea Grant,

EVOS

Saltonstal-Kennedy

Foundation and Endowment Funding

graduate student and research funding at safs sources
Graduate Student and Research Funding at SAFS: Sources??
  • How much does it cost?
    • Don’t forget 25-54% overhead
graduate student and research funding at safs sources2
Graduate Student and Research Funding at SAFS: Sources??
  • Fundamental
  • Endowments
  • Foundation
  • Applied
slide7

Washington Sea Grant is a part of a national network, funded and coordinated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration through a state-federal partnership.  Under the national program, the primary funding mechanism for Washington Sea Grant is an omnibus grant that integrates research, education, public engagement and administrative activities.

slide10

Endowments

UW Recognition Award

"I owe somebody something for all the pleasure I've had from the outdoors. I want to make sure there are fish for tomorrow,"

foundation
Foundation
  • Identify themes
  • Scout prospects
  • Focused RFP
  • Peer reviewed by selected experts

http://www.moore.org/salmon.aspx

wild salmon ecosystem projects at safs
Wild Salmon Ecosystem Projects at SAFS
  • Biocomplexity
  • Biodiversity/Genetics
  • Fisheries Management
  • Long-term changes in sockeye salmon

http://www.moore.org/salmon.aspx

slide13

Wild Salmon Ecosystem Projects at SAFS

http://fish.washington.edu/research/alaska/publications/peer_review.html

graduate student and research funding at safs sources3
Graduate Student and Research Funding at SAFS: Sources??
  • Fundamental
  • Endowments
  • Foundation
  • Applied
where does applied funding come from
Where does applied funding come from?
  • Treaties
    • Pacific Salmon Commission

Blockade of Alaska ferry by Canadian fishers,

Prince Rupert, BC, 1997

pacific salmon commission
Pacific Salmon Commission

2000

U.S. Government will grant $75,000,000 USD to the Northern Boundary and Transboundary River Restoration and Enhancement Fund and $65,000,000 USD to the Southern Boundary Restoration and Enhancement Fund.

where does applied funding come from1
Where does applied funding come from?
  • Treaties
  • Mitigation (lawsuits)

Bonneville Dam (BPA)

slide20

Columbia Basin Fish Accords

The partnerships created with the Accords secured $900 million for salmon restoration projects…

http://www.critfc.org/fish-and-watersheds/fish-and-habitat-restoration/columbia-basin-fish-accords/

slide21

Columbia Basin Fish Accords

http://www.critfc.org/fish-and-watersheds/fish-and-habitat-restoration/columbia-basin-fish-accords/

where does applied funding come from2
Where does applied funding come from?
  • Treaties
  • Mitigation (lawsuits)
  • Dinkum Sands, Beaufort Sea
  • Who owns Alaska’s submerged lands?
  • $1.525 billion placed in escrow from 1979 leases.
  • Settlement provided for 20% of interest go for marine research (NPRB).
  • http://www.nprb.org/about/legislation.html
where does applied funding come from3
Where does applied funding come from?
  • Treaties
  • Mitigation (lawsuits)
  • Disasters
    • Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council
    • Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery
    • Chinook salmon Western Alaska
    • East Coast fisheries

Exxon Valdez, 1989

exxon valdez oil spill trustee council
Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council
  • History
  • Mission

A State and Federal Partnership

The Trustee Council was formed to oversee restoration of the injured ecosystem through the use of the $900 million civil settlement. The Council consists of three state and three federal trustees (or their designees). The Council is advised by members of the public and by members of the scientific community

exxon valdez oil spill trustee council1
Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council

http://www.evostc.state.ak.us/

slide29

Recent Publications Based on Applied Funding

http://www.evostc.state.ak.us/

where does applied funding come from4
Where does applied funding come from?
  • Treaties
  • Mitigation (lawsuits)
  • Disasters
    • Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council
    • Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery
    • Chinook salmon Western Alaska
    • East Coast fisheries

Exxon Valdez, 1989

pacific coast salmon recovery funds
Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Funds

The PCSRF was established by Congress in FY 2000 to address the need to protect, restore, and conserve Pacific salmon and steelhead and their habitat and the impacts of Pacific Salmon Treaty Agreement…

NMFS manages a program to provide funding to states and tribes…..

http://www.nwr.noaa.gov/Salmon-Recovery-Planning/PCSRF/

slide32

Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Funds for FY 2009

Funding Availability

Up to $80,000,000 is available for FY2009 projects. There are no restrictions on minimum funding request, but there is a limit of $30,000,000, on a maximum amount requested by any recipient.

slide33

Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Funds for FY 2009

Funding Availability

Up to $80,000,000 is available for FY2009 projects. There are no restrictions on minimum funding request, but there is a limit of $30,000,000, on a maximum amount requested by any recipient.

Eligibility

Eligible state applicants are the States of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho,

Nevada and California. Eligible tribal applicants are any federally recognized Pacific Coastal or Columbia River tribes.

slide34

Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Funds

http://www.nwr.noaa.gov/Salmon-Recovery-Planning/PCSRF/upload/PCSRF-Rpt-2011.pdf

pcsrf alaska sustainable salmon fund implementation in alaska
PCSRF—Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund Implementation in Alaska

Alaska’s program differs considerably from those of the other states and tribes……Our program is based primarily on needs for assessments of salmon stocks and habitat, stewardship of those resources…..

http://www.akssf.org/

slide37

Find high-resolution markers for Stock Identification

FST

Map of western Alaska

Locus #

AKSSF funding for improvement of genetic management in western Alaska

explore the genomic signatures of divergence
Explore the Genomic Signatures of Divergence

Genomic “hotspots” of differentiation between upriver and coastal populations

Map of western Alaska

AKSSF funding used to answer interesting evolutionary questions about coastal and upriver lineages

slide39

Where does applied funding come from?

  • Treaties
  • Mitigation (lawsuits)
  • Disasters
    • Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council
    • Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery
    • Chinook salmon Western Alaska & Hurricane Sandy fisheries
where does applied funding come from5
Where does applied funding come from?
  • Treaties
  • Mitigation (lawsuits)
  • Disasters
    • Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council
    • Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery
    • Chinook salmon Western Alaska & Hurricane Sandy fisheries

Exxon Valdez, 1989

http://www.thedailyshow.com/full-episodes/wed-january-16-2013-jessica-chastain

where does applied funding come from6
Where does applied funding come from?
  • Treaties
  • Mitigation (lawsuits)
  • Disasters
  • Ear marks/Direct Appropriations
    • Hatchery Scientific Review Group
    • Elwha

Soos Creek Hatchery, Washington

where does applied funding come from7
Where does applied funding come from?
  • Treaties
  • Mitigation (lawsuits)
  • Disasters
  • Ear marks/Direct Appropriations
    • Hatchery Scientific Review Group
    • Elwha

Elwha River Dam Removal

applied funding
Applied Funding
  • Differences between applied and fundamental research:
    • Preparation?
    • Review?
    • Implementation?
    • Reporting?
slide46

Researching Applied Funding Sources

  • History
  • Mission, Culture
  • Past funding
    • Who
    • What
    • How much?
networking the key to applied funding
Networking—the key to applied funding
  • Scientific meetings with resource managers
  • Professional societies
  • User groups, NGOs, non-profits
  • Professional social networks
    • ResearchGate, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.
final thoughts on implementing applied research
Final Thoughts on Implementing Applied Research
  • Timely reporting is valued
  • Communicate your interest and excitement!
  • Applied research is collaborative
    • Acknowledge collaborators at all levels
  • Be innovative and creative with linkages