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Crosscutting/NSF-wide

Carbon and Water in the Earth System  Crosscutting Programs  NSF Wide Programs

This program has been archived.

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Name Dir/Div Name Dir/Div
Enriqueta  C. Barrera GEO/EAR  Rodey  Batiza  
Mary-Elena  Carr   L.  D. James  
Fredric  Lipschultz   Anne-Marie  Schmoltner GEO/AGS 

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Solicitation  06-514

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SYNOPSIS

This solicitation invites proposals aimed at closing significant gaps in our understanding of the complex relationships between and within the global water and carbon cycles. In particular, we seek proposals that cross the interfaces of land, atmosphere and oceans. Proposals should span traditional interdisciplinary boundaries and should not duplicate efforts currently supported in NSF core programs as determined by discussion with one or more of the cognizant NSF Program Officers. Studies of related biologically or geochemically reactive substances will be considered only if they pertain directly to the carbon or water cycles. Proposers are strongly encouraged to contact a Program Officer to discuss their proposals before submission.

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