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Submit Potential Research Topics for the 2017 Request for Proposals

Each spring, NPRB staff develops research priorities for the upcoming year's request for proposals (RFP). Working closely with NPRB's science panel and the broader research community, potential research priorities are drafted for the NPRB advisory panel and board to review in the fall. In an effort to coordinate research activities and avoid duplication, NPRB has established formal agreements with other agencies to jointly identify time-sensitive science, management, and monitoring needs. NPRB draws on research needs outlined in the 2005 NPRB Science Plan, an assessment of completed, current and planned projects, and new information presented at science meetings and in the scientific literature.

If you have a research suggestion that you think merits consideration in the 2017 RFP, please complete the RFP input form by Friday, July 22, 2016 to ensure consideration.

Read the RFP evolution to see topics included in the annual RFP since NPRB issued the first call in 2002.

Submit Potential Research Topics for the 2015 Request for Proposals

If you have a research suggestion that you think merits consideration in the 2015 RFP, please complete the RFP input form by July 15 to ensure consideration.

Each spring, NPRB staff begins developing research priorities for the upcoming year's request for proposals (RFP). Working closely with NPRB's science panel, potential reseach priority topics are drafted for the advisory panel and board to review in the fall.  

In an effort to avoid duplictaing other research activities, NPRB has formal agreements with other agencies to jointly identify time-sensitive science, management and monitoring needs. NPRB draws not only upon the research needs outlined in the 2005 NPRB Science Plan and an assessment of completed, current and planned projects, but also looks to new information gathered at science meetings and from current scientific literature. NPRB considers research priorities released by various agencies/institutions and solicits input from organizaions and individuals alike. If you have a research suggestion that you think merits consideration in the 2015 RFP, please complete the RFP input form by July 15 to ensure consideration.

Read the RFP evolution to see topics included in the annual RFP since NPRB issued the first call in 2002.

Workshops of Interest for NPRB-funded Researchers at AMSS 2014

The 2014 Alaska Marine Science Symposium is just around the corner. In addition to three days of plenary talks on the Arctic Ocean, Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands, and the Gulf of Alaska, the symposium also offers a metadata workshop (Friday, January 24; 8am-12pm) and a communications workshop, Translating Science: Taking the Message Home (Monday, January 20; 8am – 12pm). Both workshops will provide great information to NPRB PIs who need to be thinking about ways to communicate their research to general audiences and meeting their project reporting requirements.

To register for the metadata workshop, please email Carrie Eischens. If you’d like to participate in the Communicating Ocean Sciences workshop please register online or email Robin Dublin.