Grants and Contracts Details
Identifying feeding habitat for and movement of the juvenile/sub~adu1t cohort of the Gulf Sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi, in the Pascagoula River estuary, Mississippi Grain size data will be reported for all samples collected for this purpose. • While not formally part of the sub-award, sedimentary POC data will be reported for as many samples as can be processed during the project period using existing resources. • Dr. Yeager will participate in the generation of an interpretive final report for submission to the funding agency at the project's conclusion, under the guidance of the project PI, Dr. Peterson (USM). Similarly, Dr. Yeager will participate in the dissemination of research results and development of research products with any relevant project participants, to include professional presentations, published abstracts and peer-reviewed journal articles.
|Effective start/end date||8/1/11 → 6/30/12|
- University of Southern Mississippi: $20,188.00
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