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2001 PADI FOUNDATION GRANT RECIPIENTS

Req. No.

Recipient Name

Project Funded

Grant Amount

3

Pusat Pendidikan Lingkungan Hidup Bali
Bali, Indonesia
Marine Education Programme

$2,500

19

Robert W. Gotshall, Ph.D., FACSM
Fort Collins, Colorado
Improved Safety for Asthmatics by Improved Pulmonary Function

$8,847

21

Robert C. Carpenter, Ph.D.
California State University
Northridge, California
Effects of Hydrodynamic Forces on Kelp Forest Organisms

$3,600

22

Gujarat Ecological Society
Gujarat, India
Assessment of Reef Associated Biota Along the Gulf of Kachchh Marine National Park, Gujarat, A Special Reference to Threatened Species

$6,000

26

Stephen C. Landers, Ph.D.
Troy, Alabama
Symbiotic Protozoa of Invertebrates from the Northern Gulf of Mexico

$2,926

27

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
San Pedro, California
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium Research Intern Program

$3,230

33

Prof. Alexander Sh. Khabidov Russian Academy of Sciences Siberian Division
Barnaul, Russia
Sunken Chemical Weapon Impact on the Aquatic Environment of the Baltic Sea

$5,814

36

Dr. Mike Bingham
Stanley, Falkland Islands
Investigation into the Causes of Magellanic Penguin Declines in the Falkland Islands

$3,000

38

Kathleen L. Moran
Gainesville, Florida
Green Turtle Grazing: Effects of Biodiversity, Structure, and Productivity in Caribbean Seagrass Beds

$3,820

39

Douglas E. Kesling
Wilmington, North Carolina
Recommendations, Guidelines and Procedures for the Use of Advanced, Untethered, Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus in Staged Decompression Diving for Scientific Research

$4,250

40

Suchana Chavanich, Ph.D. Durham, New Hampshire Species Diversity of Marine Invertebrates in Coral Reefs, Andaman Sea, Thailand

$6,000

41

San Diego Oceans Foundation San Diego, California Artificial and Natural Reef Monitoring Project

$2,680

46

Malene Felsing, M.Sc.
Fisheries Western Australia
Mariculture Research Group
Fremantle, Western Australia
Environmental Fate of Cage Aquaculture Nutrients -- A Stable Isotope Study

$6,776.55

60

Lizard Island Research Station Cairns, Queensland, Australia



Supporting Research and Educational Programs on Coral Reefs at the Lizard Island Research Station, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

$3,420

63

Lawrence M. Dill
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Behavioral Interactions Between Keystone Species in a Relatively Undisturbed Seagrass Ecosystem, Shark Bay, Western Australia

$4,800

65

Cynthia Riginos, Ph.D.
Durham, North Carolina
Evolution of Reproductive Isolation in Mussels

$1,500

67

Jon Anderson
High Springs, Florida
Bringing the Wildlife of Florida's Lakes, Rivers, and Springs into the Classroom

$2,600

70

Caretta Research Project
Savannah, Georgia
Caretta Research Project

$1,910

72

Guido Parra
Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Ecology and Conservation Biology of Irrawaddy, Orcaella brevirostris and Humpback, Sousa chinensis, dolphins in Cleveland Bay, North Queensland, Australia: A Comparative Approach

$3,500

77

Nancy L. Hilbun
Dauphin Island, Alabama
Mass Mortality of Acropora Cervicornis, A Paleoecological Investigation of the Holocene Reefs of the Alacran Reef Complex, Yucatan, Mexico

$4,820

78

Jamie MacMahan
Gainesville, Florida
Rip Currents -- Scuba Diver's Friend or Foe?

$14,000

80

Point Reyes Bird Observatory
Stinson Beach, California
Long-Term Movements and Preferred Physical Oceanographic Parameters by the White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) off California

$4,100

82

Brian K. Mealey
Miami, Florida
The Bimini Turtle Quest Project

$5,000

96

INRECOSMAR
San Josť, Costa Rica
Connecting Underwater Science Experiences to Classroom Environmental Learning

$5,000

101

Malania M. Wilson
Melbourne, Florida
Genetic Diversity in the Brooding Sea Cucumber Synaptula Hydriformis (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea: Apodida) Using Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) Analysis: Implication for Method of Fertilization

$2,258

102

Sean J. Lyman
Dr. Gil Rilov
Duke University
Beaufort, North Carolina
Is What Fish See Really What They Get? The Rules of Visual and Chemical Cues in the Mating System of a Coral Reef Fish

$1,800

103

Shark Research Institute
Princeton, New Jersey
Whale Shark Research Project

$5,000

112

Larry C. Boles
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Localization of Magnetoreceptors in the Caribbean Spiny Lobster, Panulirus argus

$3,500

115

Dr. Clay Harris
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Baseline Assessment of Newfound Reef, Big Pine Key, Florida

$9,628

116

Naomi Sanderson
Calgary, Alberta
Canada
The Drafting of a Community-Based Coastal Resources Management Plan for Olango Island, Philippines

$4,982

119

Longin Kaczmarsky
New York, New York



Quantitative Analysis of the Impact of a Chronic Sewage Problem on a Caribbean Coral Reef: Short-Term Coral Disease Analysis and Long-Term Monitoring of Coral Disease, Recruitment, and Community Structure

$3,610

121

Jonathan D. Allen
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Larval Ecology and Egg Size Evolution in Coral Reef Brittlestars

$3,999

130

Matthew D. Levey
Ichthyology Laboratory
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Moss Landing, California
Reef Fish Habitat Associations in the Gulf of California

$6,837

133

Jason M. Cope
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Moss Landing, California
Comparative Population Biology of the Blue Rockfish (Sebastes mystinus) from California to Washington Using Population Genetics and Demographic Analyses

$4,501.83

135

Michael and Nora Ross
Coastal Dynamics Foundation, Inc.
Buyong Beach, Maribago
Mactan Island, Lapu-Lapu City
Cebu, Philippines
Establish an "Urban" Marine Protected Area Within Lapu-Lapu City (Cebu, Philippines) to Improve Management and Economic Benefits of Critical Reef Resources

$5,000

140

Joel L. Carlin, Doctoral Candidate
Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Gainesville, Florida
Molecular and Biogeographic Approaches to the Conservation of Groupers

$5,000

145

Alessandro Catenazzi
Department of Biological Sciences
Florida International University
Miami, Florida
Marine Productivity and Coastal Lizard Populations: The Importance of Food Subsidies from the Sea

$4,300.80

153

Lars Bejder, Ph.D. Candidate Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort
Western Australia
A Comprehensive and Systematic Approach to Assessing Impacts of Boating Activities on Coastal Whales and Dolphins (Cetaceans)

$6,390

 

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