Projects

Funded Research Projects since 1994 (51 projects, a total of $72 million).

As of July 23, 2013, the EOMF has been involved in 51 research projects receiving a total of $72 million from various funding agencies. The list below provides brief information on project title, funding agency, project period, and total amount of fund for individual projects.

  1. Adapting socio-ecological systems to increased climate variability , State of Oklahoma, Regents for High Education , June 1, 2013 -May 31, 2018 , $4,000,000 .
  2. Adapting socio-ecological systems to increased climate variability , National Science Foundation, IIA (Office of International and Integrated Activities , June 1, 2013 -May 31, 2018 , $20,000,000 .
  3. Resilience and vulnerability of beef cattle production in the Southern Great Plains under changing climate, land use and market , USDA–NIFA–AFRI , Sept. 1, 2012 -Aug. 31, 2017 , $1,927,475 .
  4. Effects of anthropogenic habitat perturbation on rodent population dynamics and risk of rodent-borne diseases , Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research , Nov. 1, 2012 -Oct. 31, 2016 , $30,000 .
  5. DOI USGS South – Central Climate Science Center , Department of Interior , Oct. 1, 2011 -Sept. 30, 2016 , $1,484,681 .
  6. Optimizing grassland bird conservation in an era of biofuel production , June 15, 2012 -Nov. 14, 2015 , $466,535 .
  7. Collaborative Research: IDBR: Enhancing and disseminating miniaturized tracking technology for widespread use on small migratory songbirds , NSF Instrumentation Development for Biological Research , Feb. 1, 2012 -Aug. 31, 2014 , $302,603 .
  8. Quantifying changes in agricultural intensification, expansion and gross primary production in monsoon Asia during 2000 , NASA Land Cover and Land Use Change Program , May 1, 2011 -April 30, 2014 , $606,458 .
  9. Remote sensing of water quality and harmful algae in Oklahoma , Water Resources Research Institute (fund from the USGS and Oklahoma Water Resources Board , March 1, 2013 -Feb. 28, 2014 , $50,000 .
  10. Acquisition of extensible Petascale storage for data intensive research , NSF Major Research Instrument , Oct. 1, 2010 -Sept. 30, 2013 , $792,925 .
  11. Comparative spillover dynamics of avian influenza in endemic countries , NIH Fogarty International , Sept. 17, 2012 -Sept. 16, 2013 , $77,438 .
  12. Cooperative Agreement: Ecology of wild migratory birds and avian influenza , USGS , Aug. 27, 2008 -Aug. 26, 2013 , $88,134 .
  13. Modeling impacts of climate change on carbon dynamics in northern high latitude wetlands , NASA ROSE2008 , Sept. 1, 2009 -June 30, 2013 , $39,100 .
  14. Integrating Earth observation and satellite telemetry of wild birds for decision support system of avian influenza , USGS, FAO/UN, NASA Applied Science Program – Public Health , April 1, 2011 -March 30, 2013 , $149,943 .
  15. Acquisition of a COSMOS instrument for continuous measurements of soil moisture at landscape scale , June 1, 2012 -Dec. 31, 2012 , $15,000 .
  16. Dynamics of cross-species influenza transmission: A multi-national collaboration: China, Cameroon and Egypt , NIH/FIC , Oct. 1, 2011 -Sept. 30, 2012 , $200,000 .
  17. Collaborative Research: EPSCoR Track 2 Oklahoma and Kansas: A CyberCommons for ecological forecasting, , State of Oklahoma, Regents for Higher Education , Sept. 1, 2009 -Aug. 31, 2012 , $300,000 .
  18. Collaborative Research: EPSCoR Track 2 Oklahoma and Kansas: A CyberCommons for ecological forecasting , National Science Foundation , Sept. 1, 2009 -Aug. 31, 2012 , $3,000,000 .
  19. The Oklahoma Optical Initiative , NSF 09-569 EPSCoR RII C2 , Sept. 1, 2010 -Aug. 30, 2012 , $1,176,470 .
  20. Ecology-based risk assessment and early warning of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 in Asia (Year 2 supplement) , NIH/FIC , Oct. 1, 2010 -Sept. 30, 2011 , $212,500 .
  21. International workshop on community-based data synthesis, analysis and modeling of avian influenza in Asia , Oct. 1, 2010 -Sept. 30, 2011 , $150,000 .
  22. Web-based data sharing and integration for surveillance and ecology of zoonotic infectious , National Institutes of Health, Fogarty International Center , Sept. 1, 2009 -Aug. 30, 2011 , $60,000 .
  23. Seasonal migration of wild waterfowl and its role in transmission of avian , National Institutes of Health, Fogarty International , Sept. 1, 2009 -Aug. 30, 2011 , $240,000 .
  24. Northern Eurasia Landscape: Interactions between humans, hydrology, land cover and land use , NASA ROSE2007-A2 Land Use and Land Cover Change , June 1, 2008 -May 31, 2011 , $672,476 .
  25. Quantifying leaf chlorophyll content, light absorption by chlorophyll and gross primary production , NASA ROSES-EOS Data Analysis , Jan. 1, 2008 -Dec. 31, 2010 , $540,946 .
  26. Enhancing research and education capacity for integration of Earth observations, infectious disease ecology and public health in New Hampshire , NASA CAN EPSCoR , Jan. 1, 2008 -Dec. 31, 2010 , $749,222 .
  27. Understanding Transmission and Dynamics of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1: Geospatial Datasets and Modeling at Multiple Scales , Oct. 1, 2009 -Sept. 30, 2010 , $200,000 .
  28. Ecology-based risk assessment and early warning of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Asia , National Institutes of Health, Fogarty International Center , Sept. 15, 2006 -Sept. 14, 2010 , $1,557,579 .
  29. Developing land cover data products in monsoon Asia over the period of 2004-2007 through integration of Landsat and multi-temporal ALOS/PALSAR images , NASA ROSE2007-A2 Land Cover and Land Use Change , June 1, 2008 -May 31, 2010 , $690,255 .
  30. Advancing our understanding of the Earth system through coupled carbon-climate modeling and modeling , NAS , April 1, 2007 -March 31, 2010 , $978,151 .
  31. Quantifying agro-ecological risk factors of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Java, Indonesia , National Institutes of Health, Fogarty International Center , July 1, 2008 -June 30, 2009 , $149,998 .
  32. International workshops for community-based data synthesis, analysis and modeling of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 in Asia , National Institutes of Health, Fogarty International Center , July 1, 2008 -June 30, 2009 , $149,898 .
  33. The role of land cover and land use change in the hydrology of the Eurasia pan-Arctic , NASA , Jan. 1, 2006 -Dec. 31, 2008 , $599,375 .
  34. Contribution of changes in land use land cover, water use and climate to the hydrological cycle across the central Asian states , NASA , June 1, 2005 -May 31, 2008 , $598,725 .
  35. Integrating satellite- and ground-based data products to support geospatial visualization, analysis and modeling , USAID and Wildlife Conservation Society , July 1, 2007 -May 10, 2008 , $187,174 .
  36. Quantifying CO2 fluxes from boreal forests in Northern Eurasia: An integrated analysis of flux tower data, remote sensing data and biogeochemical modeling , NASA Land Use and Land Cover Change Program , Jan. 1, 2005 -Dec. 31, 2007 , $654,680 .
  37. Scaling and evaluation of ecosystem carbon uptake through integration of multi-scale remote sensing with AmeriFlux and NACP field observations , NASA Terrestrial Ecology Program , Jan. 1, 2005 -Dec. 31, 2007 , $835,096 .
  38. Synthesis and integration of ecological research within the Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazon (LBA) and Science Support for LBA-ECO , NASA , Jan. 1, 2005 -Dec. 31, 2007 , $899,000 .
  39. Northern Eurasia carbon – land Use – climate interaction in the semi-arid , NASA Land Use and Land Cover Change Program , Jan. 1, 2005 -Dec. 31, 2007 , $201,600 .
  40. Remote sensing based avian influenza risk assessment , The Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations , May 1, 2006 -April 30, 2007 , $168,500 .
  41. Improving estimation of terrestrial gross primary , NASA Education Program , July 24, 2003 -July 24, 2006 , $72,000 .
  42. Understanding the changing carbon, nitrogen and water cycles in the Earth System , NASA Terrestrial Ecology Program , July 24, 2004 -July 24, 2006 , $1,482,239 .
  43. Assessing the influence of Asian rice paddies on the growth rate of atmospheric methane 1980-2020 , NASA Terrestrial Ecology Program , July 24, 2002 -July 24, 2005 , $432,000 .
  44. Land use change in temperate East Asia: Land cover changes impacts on carbon fluxes and land productivity , NASA Land Use and Land Cover Change Program , July 24, 2001 -July 24, 2004 , $224,600 .
  45. Predicting changes in regional and global biogeochemical cycles , NASA Terrestrial Ecology Program , July 24, 2001 -July 24, 2004 , $2,525,000 .
  46. Quantifying the Atmospheric Impacts of Paddy Rice Agriculture in China , NASA/NSF/DOE/USDA/EPA TECO Program , July 24, 1997 -July 24, 2001 , $845,000 .
  47. Modeling the Biogeochemical System of the Terrestrial Amazon: Issues for Sustainability , NASA , July 24, 1997 -July 24, 2000 , $566,000 .
  48. Terrestrial biospheric responses to atmospheric deposition and application to integrated Assessment , NSF , July 24, 1997 -July 24, 2000 , $63,064 .
  49. Center of Excellence for Application of Remote Sensing to Regional and Global Integrated Environmental Assessment , NASA , July 24, 1997 -July 24, 1998 , $396,000 .
  50. US-Japan Workshop on Monsoon Asia Tropical Forest Carbon Dynamics and Sustainability , National Science Foundation , Oct. 1, 2007 , $49,797 .


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