Arctic LCC 2012 RFP - Addressing Climate change in the Arctic

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Arctic LCC 2012 RFP - Addressing Climate change in the Arctic: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Region 7 - - Science Applications Program, Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative is accepting proposals at this time with the intent to provide financial assistance awards in the following areas:DescriptionThe primary purpose of this federal assistance award is to support the recipients program, goals, and objectives while addressing the conservation goals and high priority information and management needs identified by the Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative as being most important in addressing national and international resource planning in the arctic under rapidly changing climate conditions.The objective of this request is to address knowledge and information gaps identified by the six Arctic LCC Technical Working Groups and the Steering Committee. Products of projects addressing the project themes set forth below will benefit researchers, land managers, and the general public by making needed information easily accessible via the internet for use in ongoing and future research, management, planning, and other applications. The specific objectives of this RFP are to:1. Develop (but not implement) interdisciplinary study plans integrating across one or more watersheds in the Alaska portion of the ALCC (up to three awards).2. Generate improved permafrost baseline information for the Alaska portion of the Arctic LCC (one award)3. Conduct a feasibility study for thermokarst monitoring at the landscape level (one award)Projects can be funded for up to five years under the proposed scope of work and initial budget. There is no guarantee of receiving additional funding in future years. Additional work beyond what is originally proposed must undergo a competitive awards process in the future.Additional details regarding proposal expectations and requirements are available at the grants tab at Applicants can also download a template for theme-specific project proposals at this site.Benefits to Recipients: Recipients will receive funding to conduct the work that is proposed; Recipients may be eligible to implement additional work that derives from study plans that they prepare, although the recipient will have to participate in a future competitive selection process to obtain additional funds for implementing the studies for which they develop plans; Recipients will have the opportunity to expeditiously publish the results of their efforts in peer-reviewed journals or other media, in keeping with the Arctic LCC Data Sharing Policy at .For additional information please contact:Gregory R. Balogh, Arctic LCC CoordinatorArctic Landscape Conservation CooperativeU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Regional Office1011 E. Tudor Road, MS 281Anchorage, Alaska 99503Phone (907) 786-3605Fax (907) 786-3592E-mail: Greg_balogh@fws.govOrPhilip Martin, Arctic LCC Science CoordinatorArctic Landscape Conservation CooperativeU.S. Fish and Wildlife Services, Fairbanks Field Office101 12th Ave. Room 110Fairbanks, Alaska 99701Phone: (907) 456-0325Fax: (907) 456-0208E-mail:
Federal Grant Title: Arctic LCC 2012 RFP - Addressing Climate change in the Arctic
Federal Agency Name: Fish and Wildlife Service
Grant Categories: Environment Natural Resources
Type of Opportunity: Discretionary
Funding Opportunity Number: F12AS00091
Type of Funding: Grant
CFDA Numbers: 15.669
CFDA Descriptions: Cooperative Landscape Conservation
Current Application Deadline: Apr 03, 2012
Original Application Deadline: Apr 03, 2012
Posted Date: Mar 06, 2012
Creation Date: Mar 06, 2012
Archive Date: Apr 03, 2013
Total Program Funding: $335,000
Maximum Federal Grant Award: $100,000
Minimum Federal Grant Award: $20,000
Expected Number of Awards: 5
Cost Sharing or Matching: No
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Unrestricted (i.e., open to any type of entity above), subject to any clarification in text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility"
Additional Information on Eligibility
Applicants must have demonstrated experience in conducting investigations in arctic conditions and have previously contributed to the scientific body of knowledge directly related to the particular project or projects they are proposing
Grant Announcement Contact
RICH PRIMMER, Agreement Officer, 907-786-3611
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