Grant Name:

Lab of David M. Karl, PhD

  • Date Awarded:
    May 2004
  • Amount:
  • Term:
    60 months
  • Grant ID:
  • Funding Area:

This grant to the University of Hawaii's Department of Oceanography supports the research of Dr. Karl into the genetic diversity and physiological capacity of microbes in the ocean. Outcomes for this grant include construction of rDNA tools to track dynamic populations, descriptions of short-time population dynamics, definition of community composition factors, and a refined ocean ecosystem model.

Related Grants

University of Hawaii Foundation (12)

date grant program term amount
Oct 2015 How Bacteria Cause a Worm to Settle on the Seafloor Science 30 months $870,506
Jun 2015 Lessons in Leadership Grant Program Patient Care 5 months $10,000
May 2013 David Karl Investigator Award Science 66 months $2,102,000
May 2013 Edward DeLong Investigator Award Science 66 months $2,135,000
Nov 2011 Imiloa Mobile Science Laboratory Science 37 months $1,137,029
Apr 2010 Hawai’i Microbial Oceanography Summer Course Science 40 months $453,578
Sep 2008 DNA Barcoding of Endemic Hawaiian Species Science 24 months $1,181,111
May 2008 Lab of David M. Karl, PhD Science 49 months $4,176,641
Apr 2008 K-12 visits to Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii Science 25 months $670,789
Oct 2007 Equipment for Oceanographic Research and Training Science 12 months $1,995,400
Sep 2006 Remote Monitoring of Marine Ecosystems Science 12 months $450,000
May 2004 Lab of David M. Karl, PhD Science 60 months $3,151,239

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