Guralnick Lab - Grants
Grants and Contracts from 2008 onwards

 

Funding generously provided by the following groups from 2005-present

The National Science  Foundation (NSF)

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

National Geographic

Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation

Defense Advanced Research Project Agency

The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)

Colorado Dept. of Nat. Resources

The Arizona Heritage Program

The South Dakota Dept. of Game, Fish and Wildlife

National Biological Information Infrastructure 

The Encyclopedia of Life/Biodiversity Synthesis Group

National Center for Ecological Synthesis and Analysis (NCEAS)

The Natioal Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent)

Bureau of Land Management
    Google

    2015

    Lead PI. Recommended.  Collaborative Research: ABI DEVELOPMENT: Notes from Nature: Advancing a Next Generation Citizen Science Platform For Biocollection Transcription. (NSF ABI program, $594,428 to U. Florida, 3 years, start date 7/1/2015)

    Co-PI.  Recommended.  Collaborative Research: ButterflyNet--an integrative framework for comparative biology.  (NSF GoLife program.  $1.25 million to Univ. Florida, 2.5mil total, start date 08/01/15).

    2014

    Collaborative PI.  Collaborative Research: VertLife Terrestrial: A complete global assembly of phylogenetic, trait, spatial and environment characteristics for a model clade.  (NSF GoLife Program, $179,986 to U. Florida, ~2.5 million dollar budget, 4 years, start date 10/1/2014)

    Collaborative PI.  Collaborative Research: ABI Development: Advancing Map of Life's Impact and Capacity for Sharing, Integrating, and Using Global Spatial Biodiversity Knowledge  (NSF Adavnces in Biological Informatics $577,000 to CU Boulder, ~1.5 million dollar budget total, 4 years, start date 3/1/2014)

    2013

    Co-PI.  Year 6 OBIS-USA(Ocean Biogeographic Information System – USA node) (PI Philip Goldstein, USGS NBII, $144,000 budget, 17.5% ICR under a CESU, 1 year, start date Dec. 1, 2013)

    Co-PI.  Google Earth Engine driven biodiversity change and conservation analysis in Map of Life.  Google Earth Engine Research Awards Program.  (PI Walter Jetz, Total amount: $120K total, $15K to CU Boulder, no ICR (gift), start date early 2014)

    2012

    Colorado PI.  Dimensions US-BIOTA-Sao Paulo: Assembly and evolution of the Amazonian biota and its environment: an integrated approach.  (NSF Dimension of Biodiversity, ~2 million total US budget, $211K to CU Boulder, full ICR, start date September 2012).

    Co-PI.  Year 5 OBIS-USA (Ocean Biogeographic Information System – USA node) (PI Philip Goldstein, USGS NBII, $304,000 budget, 17.5% ICR under a CESU, 1 year, start date Sept. 1, 2012)

    Co-PI.  Using Google Earth Engine to map global biodiversity and predict biological impacts and risks from climate change.  (PI Walter Jetz.  Total amount: $150K, $50K to CU Boulder, no ICR, start date Spring 2013)

    2011

    Co-Investigator.  Integrating global species distributions, remote sensing information and climate station data to assess recent biodiversity response to climate change.  (NASA Climate and Biological Response: Research and Applications program, $1.67mil total budget, ~188K to CU Boulder, full ICR, target start date March 2011)

    Colorado PI.  ABI Development: Collaborative Research: VertNet, a New Model for Biodiversity Networks.   (NSF Advances in Biological Informatics program, ~$2.4 mil. Total budget, $338K to CU Boulder, full ICR, target start date May, 2011)

    Co-PI.   Year 4 Development of data and applications for the national marine theme of NBII (OBIS-USA) (PI Philip Goldstein, USGS NBII, $288,000 budget, 17.5% ICR under a CESU, 1 year, start date Sept. 1, 2011)

    Co-PI.  MRI: Acquisition of a Scalable Petascale Storage Infrastructure for Data-Collections and Data-Intensive Discovery.  (PI Thomas Hauser, NSF MRI, $699,945, full ICR; start date: Sept. 1, 2011)

    2010

    PI.  GBIF White Paper for enhancing 'fitness-for-use' of primary biodiversity data.  (Co-PI Andrew Hill, $7200 contract, no ICR).

    PI.  Dissertation Research: Climatic constraints on American pika distribution and abundance.  (NSF DDIG grant, Co-PI Liesl Peterson, , $14,973, no ICR, target start data May 1, 2010).

    Colorado PI.   Collaborative Research:  Map of Life: An infrastructure for integrating global species distribution knowledge.   (NSF Advances  in Biological Informatics program, 990K dollar budget, $459K to University of Colorado, 3 years, full ICR, target start date:  May 1, 2010).

    Colorado PI.  Collaborative Research:  BiSciCol toolkit:  Towards a tagging and tracking infrastructure for biodiversity science collections.  (NSF Biological Research Collections grant, ~$1.8 million total budget, $210,000 to CU Boulder, full ICR, target start date, Sept. 1, 2009)

    PI.  Kit fox (Vulpes macrotis) monitoring within the State of Colorado.  (Bureau of Land Management, $10,000 total budget to CU Boulder, Co-PI Melissa Reed-Eckert,  26% ICR, target start date Sept. 1, 2010)

    Co-PI.   Year 3 Development of data and applications for the national marine theme of NBII (OBIS-USA) (PI Philip Goldstein, USGS NBII, $240K budget, 17.5% ICR under a CESU, 1 year, start date Sept. 1, 2010)

    PI.  Determination of Species Status of Terrestrial Slugs, Deroceras. (Barry Roth Co-Investigator, Bureau of Land Management, $13,000 total budget with $7500 for CU, 10% ICR, target start date March 1, 2011)

    2009 

    Co-Investigator.  BioSynC working group: Integrating and refining the global knowledgebase of species distributions – data, tools, applications.  (Co-Investigator with Walter Jetz (UCSD), Encyclopedia of Life/BioSynC working group proposal, no indirect cost returns (ICR), 2 years, travel budget for 1-3 meetings, total budget to not exceed $60K)

    PI. CU Boulder Outreach Grant for Evolution: Here and Now: a Traveling Exhibition from the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History. ($4800 for 2009-2010).

    PI.  Year 2 continued development of the data component for the national marine theme of NBII (OBIS-USA) (Co-PI Philip Goldstein, USGS NBII, $215,000 budget, 17.5% ICR under a CESU, 1 year, start date Sept. 1, 2009)

    PI.  An informatics approach for near real-time monitoring of evolutionary trends in biological systems.  (NSF EAGER proposal to Advances in Biological Informatics program, $75,763 budget, 1 year, full ICR, start date: September 1, 2009).

    Co-PI.   Integrating datasets to investigate megafauna extinctions in the Late Quaternary.  (Co-PI with Alan Cooper and Jessica Metcalf (University  of Adelaide) to NESCent, no indirect cost returns, 2 years, travel budget for 3 meetings, total budget ~50K)

    Co-PI.  What aspects of the environment do organisms care about?  (with a substantial data product for the community).  (Co-PI with Brian McGill (U. Arizona), Walter Jetz (Yale Univ.), Jana McPherson (Dalhousie Univ) to NCEAS, no indirect cost returns, 2 years, travel budget for 3 meetings, total budget ~50K

    2008

    Colorado PI and Co-PI.  A system for increasing the georeferencing quantity and quality of all GBIF-mediated occurrence records.  (18 month GBIF contract, Reed Beaman, PI; Aimee Stewart, Co-PI; Robert Guralnick Co-PI; Paul Flemons Co-PI; ~$67,914 total with 5% ICR, $35,127 for CU Boulder, start date:  4/15/2008). 

    PI.  Furthering the development of the data component for the national marine theme of NBII (OBIS-USA) (Co-PI Philip Goldstein, USGS NBII, $150,000 budget, 17.5% ICR under a CESU, 1 year, start date 7/15/08).

    PI.  Testing climate-related models of range contraction for the American pika. (Co-PIs Chris Ray and Liesl Peterson.  12 month National Geographic Research and Exploration grant, $25,462, no ICR, likely start date: 8/1/2008).