Grants and Awards
Through JISAO's Cooperative Agreement, research is funded through three tasks.
JISAO supports core programs by providing space, computer access, administrative support, and other services for post-docs and visitors. Core programs include:
- Two to three postdoctoral fellows on annual appointments, renewable for a second year. Detailed lists of past visitors and post-docs are shown in each year's annual report.
- Senior visiting scientists on leave from their home institutions
- Honoraria and travel expenses for short-term visitors
- Education and outreach activities
The Task II budgets serve as a vehicle for funding research scientists (UW professional staff), other postdoctoral research associates and graduate students. The Task II program supports directed, collaborative research efforts between NOAA and university scientists.
Task II funding currently supports:
- approximately 80 professional staff housed at NOAA/ PMEL (Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory)
- five postdoctoral research associates housed at PMEL and Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC)
Task III funds supports University of Washington research in areas compatible with the JISAO's major research themes. Task III programs serve as vehicles for funding research scientists (UW faculty and professional staff), postdoctoral research associates and graduate students.
Task III funding typically supports an average of 6 postdoctoral research associates housed at PMEL and AFSC.
- Climate Research and Impacts
- Environmental Chemistry
- Seafloor Processes
- Marine Ecosystems
- Protection and Restoration of Marine Resources
- Tsunami Observations and Modeling
- Ocean and Coastal Observations
- Grants and Awards
- Post-doctoral Associates