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seep larval dispersa - SUBMITTED  
UNOLS Project ID: 106264 URI Serial #: None
Date Submitted: 8/14/2018 7:27:00 PM Last Modified: 5/13/2019 1:39:00 PM
Status: Submitted Version #: 1
Principal Investigator (PI) Contact Information
Craig M. Young
Biology, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology OIMB
(541) 888-2581x299
cmyoung*%*%*uoregon^%^%^edu
Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) & other collaborators Contact Information
David EgglestonNCSU(252) 222-6301eggleston*%*%*ncsu^%^%^edu
Ruoying HeNCSU(919) 513-0249rhe*%*%*ncsu^%^%^edu
Shawn ArellanoWWU(360) 650-7400x235Shawn^%^%^Arellano*%*%*wwu^%^%^edu
Project Information (Proposal, Grant, Project, Contract, Program)
Project Title: Collaborative research: Dispersal depth and the transport of deep-sea methane-seep larvae around a biogeographic barrier
Program Name:  
Scientific Discipline: Biological Oceanography  

Project Status: Resubmittal
Project Funding Agencies:
Agency/Division/Program Grant or Project Number Funding Status
NSF/OCE/BIO 1851383 Funded

Other Agency or Program Description:

Project Institution: University of Oregon, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
Institution Project #:

Project Start Date: 8/1/2019
End Date: 7/31/2022
Proposal Deadline
(proposal date):
 

Total Project Budget:  
Project Description and Facility Requirements
Project Web Page:
Summary of Field Work: Three cruises to sample larval distributions, collect brood stock, and deploy/recover bottom collectors and instruments near cold methane seeps in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Continental Margin. The goal is to determine the depths where larvae disperse, to inform biophysical models of connectivity, and to determine if larval processes limit the transport of seep larvae around the Florida peninsula.
Summary of Facility Requirements: All three cruises will use Alvin or Jason, and two of the cruises require Sentry with the SyPRID plankton sampler for precision sampling of larval populations in the water column.
Summary of other requirements or comments: On the ship, we need laboratory space with sufficient seated table space to accommodate up to 10 people with microscopes. One of two cold rooms to hold samples while they are being sorted, and cultures of embryos for the duration of the cruises. Fume hood for fixation of samples with glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde and DMSO.
List of Ship, Aircraft and Facility Requests
 YearShipTotal DaysCost EstimateStart Date (optimum)RepeatMulti-shipAreaClearanceStatus
View 2019 Atlantis 25 $1,189,700 Oct 01, 2019 No No GOM and WAM No Submitted
View 2020 Atlantis 20 $999,320 Oct 01, 2020 No No GOM and WAM No Submitted
View 2021 Atlantis 18 $944,352 May 15, 2021 No No GOM and WAM No Submitted

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