CMI News

Grants of the Week

This week we have three CMI researchers who have received awards for their research; Eunha Hoh, Rebecca Lewison, and Jeremy Long. Congrats to all! Eunha Hoh Non-Targeted Analysis for Discovery of Chemicals of Emerging Concerns in Treated Water for Drinking and Source...

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Grants of the Week

Congrats to Eunha Hoa from the College of Health and Human Services for receiving three new awards! “Confirmation and Further Analysis of Non-Targeted Trace Organics Recovered from ROP and UVP Source Waters of the AWPF” Orange County Water District...

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Grants of the Week

Congrats to Walt Oechel for his recent award to support his project, “Regional Mapping of Soil Conditions in Northern Alaska Permafrost Landscape Using AirMOSS and Land Model Data Assimilation, and Associated Impacts on Terrestrial Carbon...

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Grants of the Week

Congrats to Shelby Rinehart of the Long Lab for receiving the NSF Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide...

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Grants of the Week

Congrats to Kevin Hovel for receiving a grant from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife for his involvement in the White Seabass Gillnet...

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The Great Give – Success!

THANK YOU to all who participated in SDSU’s first ever Great Give donation event! In a single day, we successfully raised a total of $134,767 from 646 gifts for the university, which included $1051.00 for the Coastal and Marine Institute! We are extremely...

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Grants of the Week

Congrats to Kevin Hovel and Robert Dunn for receiving a grant from the College of Sciences to fund their project “Analysis of Size-Structure Predation and Multi-Trophic Level Harvest Using Stage-Structured and Integral Projection...

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Grants of the Week

Congrats to three of our resident faculty for their receipt of major research grants this week! Jeremy Long What You Can’t See CAN Hurt You: Interspecific Indirect Genetic Effects, Omnivores, and Salt Marshes Fellowship – Rinehart NSF Directorate for...

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CMIL Marine Science Day

Get ready, CMIL’s annual Marine Science Day is here! The 2016 Marine Science Day is a free event open to the public that will showcase current research at SDSU, the facilities at CMIL, and tons of educational activities related to marine ecology, conservation,...

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