Project Title: Landscape Pattern – Ridge, Slough, Tree Island Mosaics, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


Federal Awarding Agency: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center 3909 Halls Ferry Road Vicksburg, MS 39180-6199

Funding Opportunity No: W81EWF-20-SOI-0015

CFDA No: 12.630 Statutory Authority: 10 USC 2358

Project Title: Landscape Pattern – Ridge, Slough, Tree Island Mosaics

Announcement Type: Initial announcement Issue Date: 23 March 2020

Statement of Interest/Qualifications Due Date: 23 April 2020, 1600 hrs,

Central Full Application Package Due Date, if Invited: 13 May 2020, 1600 hrs, Central

Estimated Award Ceiling: Approximately $91,690.00 is expected to be available to support this project for one (1) year.

Estimated Total Program Funding (optional): Additional funding may be available for work in subsequent fiscal years up to 4 years at $91,690.00 per year for a total of $458,450.00 over 5 years.

Expected Number of Awards: The government may issue more than 1 award from this announcement.

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Project title: Evaluating public and wildlife responses to alternative outdoor lighting options in Gulf Coast communities in Florida and Alabama Rapid Response Requested on or before: 0900 MST March 2, 2020


Responses to this Request for Statement of Interest will be used to identify potential collaborators for a project funded by the National Park Service (NPS). The project will study the potential benefits of alternative outdoor lighting options for coastal and beach habitat restoration on the Gulf Coasts of Alabama and Florida near Gulf Islands National Seashore and the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge.
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Project title: Remote sensing of sources of sky glow using airborne multispectral imaging. Rapid Response Requested on or before: 0900 MST March 2, 2020


Responses to this Request for Statement of Interest will be used to identify potential collaborators for a project funded by the National Park Service (NPS). The project will document the spatial distribution, radiances, and spectral characteristics of light sources that contribute to sky glow affecting coastal and beach habitat on the Gulf Coasts of Alabama and Florida near Gulf Islands National Seashore and the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. The potential scope of the project is approximately 200km of coastline.
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