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2000 PADI FOUNDATION GRANT RECIPIENTS

Req.
No.
Recipient Name Project Funded Amount
Requested
Grant
Amount
N/A Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
San Pedro, California
Cabrillo Coastal Park Trail $13,000 $1,932
3 Thunder Bay Underwater Preserve
Alpena, Michigan
Thunder Bay Diver Education Program $9,950 $3,450
9 Armagan Sabetian
Dunedin, New Zealand
Coastal Reef Grouper Population and Fisheries Dynamics in the Solomon Islands $5,400 $5,400
16 Friends of Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
San Pedro, California
PADI Foundation/CMA Research Intern Program $3,000 $3,000
18 Brad E. Erisman Northridge, California Field and Laboratory Investigations on the Behavior of Kelp (Calico) Bass $5,800 $3,600
24 Sarah Tso Statesboro, Georgia Evolution of Animal Breeding Systems: Patterns of Sex Expression in the Caribbean Coral, Porites astreoides $8,905.52 $4,000
30 Wild Dolphin Project
Jupiter, Florida
Wild Dolphin Project $10,000 $5,000
32 Maiko Kasuya Northridge, California The Effects of Grazing by Amphipods on the Morphology of Rhodophyte, Pterocladia capillacea, and Its Possible Consequences $1,495.80 $1,495.80
36 Hubbs Sea World Research Institute San Diego,California Saving the Pacific Leatherback Sea Turtle $16,952 $10,000
46 Wallace J. Nichols Brookdale, California Movement and Mortality Patterns of Baja California Sea Turtles $2,650 $2,650
47 Project SeahorseMontreal, Quebec, Canada Understanding Movement in an Exploited Seahorse Species $6,719 $7,000
49 Richard Hamilton, Ph.D. Candidate
Dunedin, New Zealand
Investigating the Ecology of Hump-Headed Wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus) in the Solomon Islands $9,200 $9,200
64 Dr. Marcos Callisto Belo Horizonte, Brazil Assessment of Benthic Macroinvertebrates Diversity in the Middle Rio Doce (Brazil): Tools for Conservation and Management $9,000 $4,500
69 Stephen L. Estabrooks, Ph.D.
Nantucket, Massachusetts
The Role of Telomerase in the Bay Scallop, Argopecten irradians (Lamarck) $5,920 $5,920
70 Ocean Watch Foundation
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Establishment of 2 Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in Greater Fort Lauderdale $10,500 $4,500
73 Yolanda M. León Gainesville, Florida A Study of Hawksbill Sea Turtles in the Dominican Republic $5,830 $5,830
76 Christoffer Schander, Ph.D.
Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Characters in Phylogenetic Studies of Aplacophorans $9,980 $9,980
77 Alaska Marine Conservation Council Anchorage, Alaska Behavioral Ecology of Alaska Red King Crab, Paralithodes camtschatica (An Educational Video) $4,975 $4,975
81 Medolian C. Pressley Greenville, North Carolina The Role of Habitat Limitation and Predator Defense for Aggregation in Aposematic, Chemically-Defended Gammarid Amphipods $6,175 $6,175
82 Carlie Rodriguez Tucson, Arizona Establishing Natural Standards of Faunal Assemblages for Conservation and Restoration Using the Recent Paleontological Record $1,650 $1,650
91 Oceans for Youth Parkville, Missouri Welcome to the Oceans: An Introduction by SAS, the Eel $12,000 $2,720
94 Dr. John D. Rockaway Rolla, Missouri Study of Contamination in the Coastal Groundwater Flow System as it Affects the Health of the Near-Shore Reef at Akumal, Mexico $8,947 $8,947
96 Martha O. Burford
San Francisco, California
Population Structure and the Formation of Year-Class in Bocaccio (Sebastes paucispinis) $4,190 $4,190
101 Stefan Kraan
Galway, Republic of Ireland
Alien Seaweed Introduction in Ireland: The Present Status of the Distribution of Asparagopsis armata and Possible Introduction of the Asian Kelp Undaria pinnatifida $8,067 $3,690
108 American Oceans Campaign
Petaluma, California
Voice of the Sea: A Streaming Video Channel on the Worldwide Web $18,200 $5,000
109 Larisa Avens
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Homing Behavior and Orientation Mechanisms in Juvenile Loggerhead Sea Turtles, Caretta caretta, in Cores Sound, NC $1,000 $1,000
117 Dr. Alexander Sh. Khabidov
Barnaul, Russia
Exposure of Nuclear Weapon Testing and A-Wastes Burial to the Nearshore Environment $4,998 $4,998
130 Isabel Beasley
Kuching, East Malaysia
Conservation Biology of Inshore Dolphins and Porpoises in Northern Borneo $4,449 $4,449
131 Nancy M. Dammann Charlevoix, Michigan Cuidaderos de las Cochas: Community Based Conservation of Aquatic Ecosystems in the Peruvian Amazon $10,000 $10,000
147 Nisse Goldberg
Aptos, California
What Restricts Calliarthron tuberculosum to Horizontal Rock Substrates? $1,300 $1,300
149 Demian D. Chapman Dania Beach, Florida Conservation Biology of the Principal Tropical Atlantic Shark-Dive Species, the Caribbean Reef Shark, Carcharhinus perezi $9,630 $9,630
153 Charles L. Littnan Macquarie University
New South Wales, Australia
Fur Seals and Commercial Fisheries: Using Satellites to Assess Competition $10,540 $5,500
156 Christina Semeniuk
Burnaby, British Columbia
The Impact of Giant Shovelnose Rays (Rhinobatos typus) on Seagrass Recovery $7,350 $5,000
 

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