New Funded Research in Q1 of FY2024

In the first quarter of FY 2024, GSO received $26.1 million in research funding. GSO researchers also submitted and/or participated in just over $20.9 million in proposals during this quarter.

This table shows individual new awards to GSO in Q1:

Roxanne BeinartSchmidt Ocean Institute$58,649Exploration of hydrothermal ecosystems in the Western Galapagos Spreading Center.
Steven D'Hondt, Christopher Roman, Arthur SpivackNational Science Foundation$529,364Collaborative Research: Exploring the Kermadec Trench --- Residence time, spatial gradients, and insights into ventilation
Andrew DaviesHDR / e2M$50,000Environmental and Fisheries Site Assessment Studies Supporting New York's Offshore Wind Master Plan 2.0: Deep Water
Tracey DaltonNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration$71,500Callan Yanoff-2023 Knauss Fellowship Candidate
Isaac Ginis, John P Walsh, Pamela RubinoffNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration$360,425Quantification and optimization of Nature-Based solutions for mitigating coastal vulnerability and risk.
Katherine Kelley, Rebecca RobinsonNational Science Foundation$255,381RENEWAL: Marine Geological Samples Laboratory (MGSL), URI Graduate School of Oceanography
Rebecca RobinsonNational Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs$905,118Collaborative Proposal: The roles of seasonality, silicification, and alteration in nitrogen and silicon isotope paleo-proxy variability
Rainer LohmannDept. of Defense, Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program$1,330,391PFAS bioaccumulation in coastal seabirds from Charleston, SC
Rainer LohmannDept. of the Interior$19,3032023 WATER RESOURCES PROGRAM: Assessing the risk of PFAS-contaminated sediments in textile mill waste lagoons along the Pawcatuck River in Westerly, RI
Connor LoveNational Science Foundation$338,594Postdoctoral Fellowship: OCE-PRF: Do Pelagic Subsidies Modulate Coral Survivorship in a Warming Ocean?
Colleen MouwWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution$150,000URI-CINAR: Development of hyperspectral remote sensing products
Melissa Omand, Erran SousaPhysical Science Inc.$41,902PSI Base: Velocimetric Flash LiDAR for Underwater Autonomous Vehicles
Jaime Palter, Rebecca Robinson, Robert Pockalny, Hongjie WangNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration$1,538,452mCDR 2023: An opportunity to study Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement, CDR, and ecosystem impacts coastal liming
Christopher RomanPhysical Science Inc.$45,920PSI Base: Sensor Modality Translation through Contrastive Deep Learning
Kenna RubinColumbia University$75,767USSSP Participation in IODP Expedition 389: Hawaiian Drowned Reefs
Heather StoffelNortheastern Regional Association of Coastal Ocean Observing Systems (NERACOOS)$37,900CI: GSO Dock Upgrade through NERACOOS
D Randolph WattsU. of California, San Diego$3,410PIES Release Blocks and Accessories