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Dear Colleague Letter: Special Guidelines for Submitting Proposals for NSF/GEO/EAR - MOST-Taiwan (GEMT) Collaborative Research
The Division of Earth Sciences (EAR) in the Directorate for Geosciences (GEO) of the National Science Foundation is pleased to announce a collaborative research opportunity with Taiwan that will allow U.S. and Taiwan researchers to submit a joint proposal that will undergo the NSF review process. The Department of Natural Sciences and Sustainable Development (DNSSD) of the Ministry of Science and Technology in Taiwan (MOST1) serves as NSF's partner in the collaboration. The research area is in the disciplinary subjects covered by the NSF/GEO/EAR programs in the Disciplinary Programs Section.
Proposals must represent a true intellectual collaboration between the U.S. and Taiwan researchers with clear benefits to the research. Proposers are advised that all documents submitted to NSF may be shared with MOST/DNSSD to coordinate the implementation of the joint collaboration.
- Geobiology and Low-Temperature Geochemistry (NSF 15-559)
- Geomorphology and Land Use Dynamics (NSF 15-560)
- Geophysics (NSF 17-554)
- Hydrologic Sciences (NSF 15-558)
- Petrology and Geochemistry (NSF 17-547)
- Sedimentary Geology and Paleobiology (NSF 17-536)
- Tectonics (NSF 17-555)
Full Proposal Accepted Anytime for the above programs.