Competitively Awarded Research Grants Pending:
“Do CDOM Photolability and DOM availability
bacterial growth efficiency?” NSF DEB Ecosystems Program. $306,010
Active Competitively Awarded Research Grants:
“Pathways of Mercury Evasion from Contaminated Wetlands: A Globally Important Source of Atmospheric Mercury?” “Greater Research Opportunities: Persistent, Bioaccumulative Chemicals”, FY 2004 Science To Achieve Results (STAR) Program, National Center For Environmental Research. $324,767 [2005-2008]. Peters (PI), Windham, Morris (Co-PIs).
“Interactive effects of UV radiation and temperature on pelagic food webs” NSF IRC Program. $219,706 [2005-2007]. Morris Co-PI.
Past Competitively Awarded Research Grants:
“Assessing the interactive effects of
and UV radiation on river ecosystems: Modeling transparency to UV
the response of biota”. EPA S.T.A.R.
[2002-2006]. Morris (Lead PI), Pazzaglia, Williamson, Hargreaves, Weisman (Co-PIs).
"Enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation in natural
as an added perturbation due to ozone depletion". Inter-American
Institute for Global change Research (IAI).
$800,000 [2000-2004]. Morris
"The causes and consequences of seasonal variation
UV transparency in lakes". NSF
Ecosystems, $690,117 [1997 to 2001]. Morris
(Lead PI), Williamson, Hargreaves, and Moeller (co-PIs).
"Attenuation of solar ultraviolet radiation in lakes of Southern Argentina". NSF Division of International Programs, $38,700 [1997-1999], Morris (Lead PI).
"The response of freshwater plankton communities to natural levels of ultraviolet radiation". NSF, DEB-9306978, $250,000 [1993-1996], Williamson (PI), Morris (Co-PI), Hargreaves, Moeller (co-PIs).
"UV-B radiation and zooplankton community structure across depth and elevation gradients in lakes". NSF Division of International Programs, $29,852 [1993-1994], Williamson (PI), Morris (co-PI).
Competitively Awarded Training Grants:
REU Site: "Field Research and Database Development
Freshwater Ecology". NSF-REU, $162,536 [1996-1997], Moeller (PI) and