Grant Name:

Lab of E. Virginia Armbrust, PhD

  • Date Awarded:
    Sep 2008
  • Amount:
  • Term:
    49 months
  • Grant ID:
  • Funding Area:

For research in the laboratory of Senior Investigator Dr. E. Virginia Armbrust to understand how marine diatoms respond and adapt to environmental change. The objectives are to investigate the role of the environment in maintaining diatom diversity and, in turn, the role of diatoms in maintaining marine ecosystems.

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