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1995 PADI FOUNDATION GRANT RECIPIENTS

Req.
No.

Recipient Name

Project Funded

Amount
Req.

Grant
Amount

9

Dorothy E. Mederios-Bergen, M.S.
University of New Hampshire
Department of Zoology
Durham, New Hampshire
Coastal Transport and Recruitment of Sea Cucumber Larvae

$4,320

$4,320

11

Randall S. Baumgartner
c/o Lakeland High School
La Grange, Indiana
Lakeland High School Water Quality Assessment Project

$5149.70

$1,000

12

Randall S. Baumgartner
c/o Lakeland High School
La Grange, Indiana
Lakeland High School Field Trip to Florida Keys for the Study of Marine Biology (for disadvantaged students)

$488

$488

14

Alexander Sh. Khabidov, Ph.D. Institute for Water and Environmental Problems
Russian Academy of Sciences
Siberian Division
Barnaul, Russia
Diver-Controlled Investigation of Accumulation of Pollutants in Bottom Surface Sediments and Recent Nearshore Deposits

$5,100

$5,100

29

Miriam Polne-Fuller, Ph.D. Marine Science Institute
University of California
Santa Barbara, California
The Glowing Ocean (A Traveling Marine Exhibit)

$3,800

$1,000

34

Konrad Dabrowski, Professor Ohio State University
School of Natural Resources
Columbus, Ohio
How Does Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) Regulate Productivity of Aquatic Environments?

$6,500

$2,500

41

Donna Schroeder, Research Biologist
Department of Biological Sciences
University of California
Santa Barbara, California
A Request for a Portable Air Compressor to Enhance Underwater Research and Education Opportunities at a New Marine Reserve Near Big Sur, California

$5,000

$4,000

43

Victoria Kreiser, Principal
Mar Vista Middle School
San Diego, California
Tijuana Estuary Watershed Project (TEWP)

$5,000

$1,000

53

Donald E. Harper, Jr., Ph.D. Sean P. Powers, M.S.
Department of Marine Biology
Texas A&M University at Galveston
Galveston, Texas
Effects of Depleted Bottom Water Oxygen on the Ecology and Recruitment of Marine Invertebrates in Coastal Areas

$5,100

$5,100

61

Kathleen Casey, Chair
Coral Reef Action Group
New York Sierra Club
New York, New York
Trash in the Tide: New York Underwater Clean Up

$5,900

$3,000

66

Mark W. Westneat
Field Museum of Natural History
Department of Zoology
Chicago, Illinois
Feeding Ecology and Function of Labrid Fishes on Coral Reefs

$5,150

$3,500

67

Robert J. Turner, Ph.D. Candidate
Curriculum in Marine Science
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Rapid Cementation of Coastal Sand Deposits: Causes and Impacts on Coastal Evolution

$5,434

$4,435

68

Karen Prosser
Chula Vista, California
Environmental Satellite Data Investigation of El Niņo Phenomenon and Events

$5,900

$1,000

72

Phillip R. Bowman
New South Wales, Australia
The Grey Nurse Shark Migration Project

$1,900

$1,900

78

Tomas Hrbek
Department of Biology
Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri
Elucidating the Effects of Gene Flow and History on the Evolution of Diapause in South American Annual Killifishes

$5,794

$4,000

81

David B. Carlon
Riverside, California
Vertical Structure in Caribbean Reef Coral Communities: Pre- and Post-Settlement Processes

$4,830

$1,000

83

Teresa Rounds, Grants Coordinator
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Santa Barbara, California
34° North: Sanctuary Interaction

$5,000

$2,000

85

Alistair Hobday
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, California
The Ecological Significance of Kelp Paddies in Faunal Dispersal

$1,935

$1,935

92

Kathleen McCleary, Director The Marine Mammal Center
Sausalito, California
PIER 39 Interpretive Display -- Marine Mammal and Human Diving Adaptations

$4,750

$2,125

94

Molly E. Cummings
Santa Barbara, California
The Interaction of Spectral Environment and Visual Signaling in the Kelp Forest

$5,760

$3,000

98

Adam Ravetch
Venice Beach, California
Toothwalkers: A Diving Expedition to the North

$5,000

$2,500

99

Stephen L. Estabrooks, Ph.D. Nantucket Research and Education Foundation
Nantucket, Massachusetts
A Comparative Protein Electrophoretic Survey of Various Tissues of Year One and Year Two Classes of the Bay Scallop, Argopecten irradians (L) as it Relates to Aging

$5,100

$3,000

107

Dr. Todd W. Anderson
Friday Harbor Laboratories
Friday Harbor, Washington
Importance of Settlement vs. Post-Settlement Processes to Recruitment Success in a Temperate Reef Fish

$3,952

$3,952

109

Kirsten Lindstrom
University of California, Santa Cruz
Marine Sciences Masters Program
Santa Cruz, California
Species Diversity and Reproductive Mode of Hydrocorals Found Along the California Coast

$2,800

$2,800

110

Hillary Boyce
Recreation Coordinator
Five Acres
Altadena, California
Five Acres' Snorkeling Crusaders

$5,000

$3,000

111

Eric W. Vetter
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
La Jolla, California
Carbon Supply and Source for Detritus-Based Secondary Production In and Out of Submarine Canyons at Continental Shelf and Slope Depths

$2,070

$2,070

112

Jack Grubaugh, Assistant Professor
James Payne, Professor
University of Memphis
Department of Biology
Memphis, Tennessee
Changes in the Aquatic Community of McKellar Lake, Mississippi River, After 24 Years of Improved Environmental Quality

$5,650

$1,500

116

Martin H. Johnson
Scuba Club Advisor
Mt. Edgecumbe High School
Sitka, Alaska
Mt. Edgecumbe High School Scuba Program

$4,510

$3,500

125

Dr. Mikhail V. Propp
Institute of Marine Biology
Far East Branch
Academy of Sciences of Russia
Vladivostock, Russia
Wave Percolation and Water Filtration in Marine Sand Community -- Permeability, Production and Nutrient Cycling in Shallow Shelf Community of Japan Sea

$4,000

$4,000

129

Lynn E. Deetz
Senior Research Administrator
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California
The MARE Guide to Marine Science Field Trips on the Central California Coast

$6,301

$6,301

135

David C. Knight, Vice President
Center for Marine Conservation
Washington, D.C.
The Underwater Cleanup Program

$20,000

$3,000

137

David Bruce Conn, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology
Department of Biology
University of the South
Sewanee, Tennessee
Caddisfly Larvae in the St. Lawrence River: Distribution and Interaction with Zebra Mussels

$3,794

$2,000

138

Daniel F. Gleason, Assistant Professor
University of Houston
Department of Biology
Houston, Texas
Selfing Rates and Fertilization Success in Hermaphroditic Reef-Building Corals

$6,150

$5,000

139

Ms. Ronnie Barhite
Barker Central High School
Barker, New York
Barker Testing Expansion

$4,995

$1,000

143

Malcolm S. Hill
University of Houston
Department of Biology
Houston, Texas
Ecological Consequences of Spongivory on Tropical Coral Reefs: Indirect Interactions Arising from Specialist Predators

$6,185

$5,000

146

Jolie Bookspan, Ph.D.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Automating Doppler Bubble Scoring Part II

$6,295

$3,000

151

Lani M. Watson
Santa Cruz, California
Taxonomy and Reproductive Strategies of an Introduced Sponge in the Monterey Bay

$1,875

$1,875

165

Devon F. Ludwig, Biologist Natural Resource Conservation
Koror State, Republic of Palau
Marine Current Logging: Toward a Predictability Model for Rescue and Sanitation in Palau

$11,600

$4,000

166

Ken Lindeman, Executive Director
Coastal Research & Education, Inc.
Miami, Florida
The Jupiter Inlet Initiative

$2,000

$1,500