Northern Arizona University - Detecting the Impacts of Nitrogen Pollution on Vegetation and Soils in Grand Canyon National Park

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Northern Arizona University - Detecting the Impacts of Nitrogen Pollution on Vegetation and Soils in Grand Canyon National Park: This is a notice of intent only. This task agreement will investigate the potential of spectroscopy and remote-sensing to detect N induced changes in 1) dominant trees and shrubs, and 2) understory vegetation (including invasive annuals) and biological crusts. Satellite-based hyperspectral systems, such as the EO-1 Hyperion platform, are untested for mapping foliar N concentrations for arid land annual and perennial grasses and forbs, but will soon provide global measurements of vegetation at an unprecedented spectral and temporal resolution (e.g., NASA HyspIRI satellite sensor), enhancing the potential applicability of these techniques. For this study, the application of field and laboratory spectrometer measurements will be used to develop and test techniques for quantifying foliar N levels which can be combined with remotely sensed data to monitor changes in vegetation composition and productivity and biological soil crusts. Remote sensing methods to map foliar N levels are important to estimating the impact of many dynamic ecosystem processes such as climatic variation, change in nutrient cycling cause by forest disturbances and the effects atmospheric N deposition on plant community composition and structure (McNeil et al. 2008). Changes in foliar N levels for southwestern tree species are hypothesized to be related to N deposition gradients and concomitant changes in productivity, structure and composition of annual plants and soil crusts. Once calibrated, spectroscopy and remote sensing-based vegetation monitoring may help to inform NPS land management planning and policy measures designed to protect Grand Canyon National Park (GCNP) air quality and natural resource values impacted by N deposition.
Federal Grant Title: Northern Arizona University - Detecting the Impacts of Nitrogen Pollution on Vegetation and Soils in Grand Canyon National Park
Federal Agency Name: National Park Service
Grant Categories: Natural Resources
Type of Opportunity: Discretionary
Funding Opportunity Number: NPS-WASO-NOI-2350105511
Type of Funding: Cooperative Agreement
CFDA Numbers: 00.000
CFDA Descriptions: Not Elsewhere Classified
Current Application Deadline: Aug 23, 2010
Original Application Deadline: Aug 23, 2010
Posted Date: Aug 16, 2010
Creation Date: Aug 16, 2010
Archive Date: Sep 22, 2010
Total Program Funding: $51,392
Maximum Federal Grant Award: $51,392
Minimum Federal Grant Award: $0
Expected Number of Awards:
Cost Sharing or Matching: No
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
Grant Announcement Contact
Kortni Selinger Contract Specialist Phone 303-987-6734

kortni_selinger@contractor.nps.gov [kortni_selinger@contractor.nps.gov]
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