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North Carolina Sea Grant Research Opportunity for Resource Management Needs
North Carolina Sea Grant has a special program to fund research proposals designed to meet key needs identified by state agencies that manage natural resources.
The topics in each request for proposals will be selected through discussions with directors of various agencies, review of the state’s Coastal Habitat Protection Plan, and consideration of the Sea Grant funding available in a given year.
Researchers can request up to $60,000 from Sea Grant for one-year projects. Matching funds are encouraged but not required. No indirect costs may be included in the budgets.
Deadline: Oct. 7, 2019
Projects must be led by an academic faculty member principal investigator. Principal Investigators are allowed only one submission, and must be from an accredited North Carolinabased University/College. There is no limitation on Co-investigator affiliation. Co-investigators can be on multiple submissions. Partnerships with local knowledge experts is encouraged. Outof-State Co-investigators are allowable, but the majority of the project’s funding should remain within North Carolina. Investigators with incomplete reporting from previous NC Sea Grantfunded opportunities are not eligible to apply.