National Information Collaboration on Ecohydraulics (NICE): A Framework for Narrowing Data Gaps at the Intersection of Ecohydraulics and Fish Attributes
Due: Jan 26, 2024
There are many locks and dams, navigation channels, and increasingly beneficial sediment-use sites across the Mississippi watershed and throughout the United States. Interest is high in understanding navigation impacts on fisheries and how navigation infrastructure can be used to manage fisheries in the role of navigation. Currently, fisheries impacts are often not explicitly accounted for in lock and dam operations. For example, nearly all dams in the Mississippi Basin and southeastern United States are, by and large, not design...
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This opportunity is restricted to non-federal partners of the Gulf Coast Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit (CESU).
Category of Funding Activity
Science, Technology, and Research & Development
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Grantor Contact Information
Kisha M. Craig
Other Grantor Informaiton
Kisha Craig Contract Specialist Phone 6016345397