Pretty Picture of the Great River Basin

Great Rivers
Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit

 

 

 

Great Rivers CESU Director
Dr. Shibu Jose
The School of Natural Resources
103 Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: 573-882-0240
Email: joses@missouri.edu


Great Rivers CESU
Research Coordinator
Dr. Nicole Athearn
The School of Natural Resources
105I Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: 573-882-8155
Email: nicole_athearn@nps.gov


Website Questions & Postings
Please contact
Dr. Nicole Athearn
See contact info above


Newsletter Communications
Elizabeth W. Prentice
GR-CESU Newsletter Editor
101 Gentry Hall
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
Email: ewpxfc@mail.missouri.edu




REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OF INTEREST (SOI) NUMBER W9132T-18-SOI-0004 PROJECT TO BE INITIATED in FY 2018

Project/Proposal title: Advanced Collabopration Techniques in Complex Urban Modeling

Review of Letters of Interest will begin August 13, 2018.

Please see attachment for more information: Request for Statements of Interest

Please send responses or direct questions to:

Angela D. Holcomb
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL)
P O Box 9005
Champaign, IL 61826-9005
Angela.D.Holcomb@usace.army.mil


REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OF INTEREST (SOI) NUMBER W9132T-18-SOI-0003 PROJECT TO BE INITIATED in FY 2018

Project/Proposal title: Natural Resources and Endangered Species Research and Support at Fort Hood, Texas

Review of Letters of Interest will begin August 6, 2018.

Please see attachment for more information: Request for Statements of Interest

Please send responses or direct questions to:

David G. Ammermann
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL)
P.O. Box 9005
Champaign, IL 61826-9005
David.G.Ammermann@usace.army.mil


Request for Statements of Interest: Ecological studies following wolf introduction at Isle Royale National Park

Project: Seeking Research Partners to Investigate Ecological Relationships and Processes Following Wolf Introduction in Isle Royale National Park

The National Park Service at Isle Royale National Park is seeking statements of interest from researchers with existing or likely research projects that will advance scientific understanding of ecological processes and/or ecosystem changes related to wolf introduction at Isle Royale National Park. Although research funding is not available, the Park is able to provide the selected partner(s) with in-kind resources which may include park housing and logistical support to facilitate the work.

For more details, please see the Request for Statements of Interest.

Timeline for Review:Statements of Interest (SOI) are needed by July 16, 2018 and should be sent to Mark Romanski. ***NOTE*** ALthough the deadline has passed, you may still contribute submissions to Mark Romanski.Please see the Request for Statements of Interest for more detailed instructions. After review of the RSOI responses, a preliminary suite of SOIs will be selected and the PIs will be notified to develop final study plans within 30 days for approval and implementation.

Please send responses or direct questions to: Mark Romanski at Mark_Romanski@nps.gov