2021 Request for Proposal
Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Research, Monitoring, and Action
Eligibility

The OOST and the OAH Council encourage the submission of project proposals from a diversity of entities, including but not limited to the seafood industry, not-for-profit community organizations, resource consultants, local governments, tribal governments, Oregon State agencies, Federal agencies, universities and community colleges, and other educational entities. Collaborative proposals with a diversity of partner entities are encouraged. Proposals from entities outside of Oregon will be accepted; however, applicants with demonstrated experience working in Oregon will be prioritized.

 

Eligible applicant(s) must possess the following attributes and/or demonstrated experience to be considered for funding. Applicants should provide specific examples of work in their 1-page Curriculum Vitae (see Proposal Format and Submission) that demonstrates the following:

 

  • Specialized scientific knowledge relevant to OAH and/or the ecosystem and processes impacted;

  • In-depth understanding of OAH impacts on industry and/or coastal communities; and

  • Ability to place project findings into the context of regional resource management, planning, and governance.