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Under-sampled Regions. Total distribution data holding in OBIS: 5,253,721 records, 50,932 scientific names, 38,012 species. Under-Sampled Deep Realms. Ocean Realm Field Projects. BOUNDARIES Nearshore - Natural Geography In Shore Areas (NaGISA) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Total distribution data holding in OBIS: 5,253,721 records, 50,932 scientific names, 38,012 speciesUnder-sampled Regions

  • Under-Sampled Deep Realms

  • Ocean Realm Field ProjectsBOUNDARIESNearshore - Natural Geography In Shore Areas (NaGISA) - Coral Reef Ecosystems (GCCRE)Coastal - Gulf of Maine Area Census (GOMA) - Gulf of Mexico: Past, Present, Future (GOMx) - Pacific Ocean Shelf Tracking (POST)Continental Margins Continental Margins Ecosystems (CoMargE)Abyssal Plain Census of Diversity of Abyssal Marine Life (CeDAMar)Ice Oceans - Arctic Ocean Diversity (ArcOD) - Census of Antarctic Marine Life (CAML)Active Geology - Chemosynthetic Ecosystems (ChEss) - Census of Seamounts (CenSeam)CENTRALDrifters Census of Marine Zooplankton (CMarZ)Swimmers - Tagging of Pacific Pelagics (TOPP)Deep Oceanic - Mid-Atlantic Ridge Ecosystems (MAR-ECO)Microbes International Census of Marine Microbes (ICOMM)

  • Census of Antarctic Marine Life (CAML)

  • Global Census of SeamountsCenSeam

  • Taxonomically Diversified Global Census of Coral Reef Ecosystems

  • Continental Margin Ecosystems CoMargE

  • FY2005 NOPP-funded ProjectsContinuous shelf-scale fish populations from ocean-waveguide acoustics: Makris (MIT)Novel acoustic techniques measure schooling in pelagic fish: Benoit-Bird (Oregon State University)Mid-frequency sonar for fisheries applications: Horne (University of Washington)LIDAR habitat mapping and epipelagic fish detection: Churnside (NOAA)

  • Continuous shelf-scale fish populations from ocean-waveguide acousticsMakris et al.



  • MAR-ECO pictures of new Enteropneust familyGage

    Holland et al.

    Nature, March 2005

  • ChEss Pacific Alvin goes to Easter Island


  • Endangered Green SturgeonDistribution

  • Adding biology to GOOSfishing boatauv

  • POSTscale-up

    Ocean Migration and Physics Array(OMAPA)

  • Data from TOPP/SMRUElephant Seal Tracks 2004

  • Data from TOPP/SMRUElephant Seal Tracks 2004

  • Thermal & Chlorophyll Profiles from a California Current TunaDepthoCChlorophyll

  • Southern OceanElephant SealsTOPP+CAML

  • Leatherback Tracking TOPPBathymetry vs. SST80903020100

  • Data from TOPP/SMRULeatherback Sea Turtle Tracks

  • High-use habitat and threats to leatherback sea turtles in northern watersJames, Ottensmeyer & Myers Ecology Letters, 2005Spatial use 38 turtles

  • All species > 18 kg decline by a factor of 10Ward and Myers Ecology in pressFMAP

  • HMAP finds 19th century WMD!

  • Salem Beverly Fishing Journals150 Year Old Cod Fishery Rosenberg et al.Frontiers in Ecology 2005Cod BiomassScotian ShelfChapman-DeLury Catch Per Unit Effort HMAP


  • Yarincik, K. and O'Dor, R.K. (2005 in press) The Census of Marine Life: goals, scope and strategy.

    O'Dor, R.K. and Gallardo, V.A. (2005 in press) How to census marine life: ocean realm field projects. Scientia Marina - 50th Anniversary VolumeCOML Research Plan

  • COML Funding & Projections

    Actual FundingProjected Funding

    Current Project Totals

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    Individual Awards

    Please list all funding you consider to be support for this project. For each award:

    ProjectSponsorPrivate or Government FundsPI(s)Award title or objectiveAmount (USD)Year of AwardTerm of Award (Years)Currency AMT

    ArcCoMLNOAA CIFARgovernmentIken, Bluhm, DuntonRUSALCA: Chukchi Sea epibenthos$61,00020041.5

    ArcCoMLNOAA CIFARHopcroft, KosobokovaRUSALCA: Zooplankton$75,00020041.5

    ArcCoMLNOAA CIFARNorcross et al.RUSALCA: larval & juvenile fish$74,00020041.5

    ArcCoMLNSFgovernmentGradinger/EickenPhysical-biological control of primary production in Beaufort and Chukchi Sea ice: Its contribution to shelf-basin interactions in the western Arctic$30,0005

    ArcCoMLNOAA CIFARgovernmentGradingerActivity and diversity of sea ice biota in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas$36,00020041

    ArcCoMLCoastal Marine InstituteGradinger/BluhmSusceptibility of sea ice biota to disturbances in the shallow Beaufort Sea: Phase 1: Biological coupling of sea ice with the pelagic and benthic realms$97,0002

    ArcCoMLNOAA CIFARStein et al.RUSALCA: adult fish$75,00020041.5

    ArcCoMLNOAAall the aboveShip cost (estimated)$300,00020042 months

    ArcCoMLSloanprivateHopcroft, Gradinger, BluhmArcCoML$597,59520042

    ArcCoMLSloanprivateIkenWorkshop to advance CoML project in the Arctic Ocean and Bering Sea$40,00020031

    ArcCoMLSloanprivateGebruk (Russian Acad. Of Sciences)Arctic marine fauna: data accumulated in Russia (Russian contribution to ArcCoML)$49,000200415 months

    ArcCoMLNOAA OEGradinger, BluhmSea ice biota Alaskan coast$30,00020041


    NaGISAJSPSYoshihisa ShirayamaJSPS workshop support$39,85820011 year131.145,227,000

    NaGISAShin ProYoshihisa ShirayamaSupport for new programs$31,13020011 year131.144,082,374

    NaGISAGTIYoshihisa ShirayamaTaxonomic database$10,73920011 year131.141,408,331

    NaGISASloan FoundationBrenda KonarNatural Geography in Shore Areas: Organize Alaska NaGISA (travel, UAF administration)$43,00020021 year

    NaGISASloan FoundationYoshihisa ShirayamaNaGISA$256,53520023 years118.5430,409,645

    NaGISAJSPSYoshihisa ShirayamaJSPS workshop support$51,82520021 year118.546,143,334

    NaGISAShin ProYoshihisa ShirayamaSupport for new programs$21,67020021 year118.542,568,766

    NaGISAGTIYoshihisa ShirayamaTaxonomic database$41,36120021 year118.544,902,954

    NaGISAGulf Ecosystem Monitoring ProgramBrenda Konar, Katrin IkenAlaska Natural Geography in Shore Areas: Full NaGISA sampling in 3 core areas in Alaska$243,00020031 year

    NaGISASloanprivateShirayama, Konar et alProposal for the continuation of Natural Geography In Shore Areas (NaGISA)$577,0002005 (Jan)2

    NaGISASloan FoundationKatrin Iken and Brenda KonarTo Plan and Advance the Census of Marine Life in the Arctic Ocean and Bering Seas$40,00020031 year

    NaGISAJSPSYoshihisa ShirayamaJSPS workshop support$61,12420031 year107.16,546,334

    NaGISAShin ProYoshihisa ShirayamaSupport for new programs$30,81020031 year107.13,299,724

    NaGISAGTIYoshihisa ShirayamaTaxonomic database$36,41320031 year107.13,899,869

    NaGISAGulf Ecosystem Monitoring ProgramBrenda Konar, Katrin Iken$228,00020041 year

    NaGISACalifornia Sea GrantMatt EdwardsNorth American NaGISA workshop$10,00020041 year

    NaGISAAlaska Sea Grant (with logistic support from US Fish and Wildlife)Brenda Konar and Katrin IkenEssential habitats in our Arctic front yard: Nearshore benthic community structure and links to pelagic productivity$10,00020041 year

    NaGISAMinerals Management ServiceKatrin IkenContamination of Arctic Nearshore Impact Monitoring in development Area cANIMIDA: Task Order 006: Monitoring the Boulder Patch$38,00020053 years


    POSTSloanPrivateWelchFund POST Secretariat$1,023,00020042


    POSTMoorePrivateWelchFund 2004-05 POST Demonstration phase$2,400,00020042

    POSTBonneville Power AdministrationGovernmentWelchFund 2004 POST Demonstration phase$200,00020041 (Increased funding under discussion for 2005)

    POSTUS Army Corps of EngineersGovernmentSchreck-OSU, Portland$390,00020041 (Increased funding under discussion for 2005)

    POSTProvince of British ColumbiaGovernmentWard & WelchFund 2004-05 POST Demonstration phase$69,00020041 (Increased funding under discussion for 2005)

    POSTCanadian Dept of Fisheries and OceansGovernmentWood, DFO NanaimoAcoustic Tracking of Endangered Sakinaw Lake Sockeye$30,00020041

    POSTNSERC Migration ProgramGovernmentHinch, UBCAbnormal migration and premature mortality in Pacific salmon$92,00020043

    POSTPacific Salmon FoundationPrivateWelchIn-Kind support for Smolt capture$422,25020042

    POSTVENUSGovernmentTunnicliffe and Dewey, Univ. VctoriaVENUS DMAS hosting$119,00020042

    POSTNW Indian Fisheries CommissionGovernmentSteltznerSouth Puget Sound Tracking Array$199,00020041 (Increased funding under discussion for 2005)

    POSTNSERC Collaborative Research and Development Grant (*)GovernmentMcKinleyDetermining early ocean survival and migration patterns of Pacific salmonids using a large-scale tracking array$363,75020043

    POSTFish America FoundationPrivateWaltersMarine Survival Assessment of Juvenile Coho Salmon in Howe Sound, British Columbia$20,00020041

    POSTFish America FoundationPrivateWaltersMarine Survival Assessment of Juvenile Coho Salmon and steelhead in Howe Sound, British Columbia$13,0002005Submitted- 1 yr

    POSTPacific Salmon FoundationPrivateWaltersSmall-scale marine survival assessment of juvenile cohosalmon and steelhead from the Squamish River watershed$17,0002005Submitted- 1 yr


    ChEssA.P. Sloan Foundation (USA)PrivateP.A. Tyler & C.R. GermanChEss (planning phase)$375,00020023

    ChEssRidge 2000 (USA)GovernmentC. Fisher$15,0002003June 2004

    ChEssNOAA-Ocean Exploration (USA)GovernmentS. HammondsWorkshop "Biogeography of chemosynthetic ecosystems: planning for the future" (SOC, UK)$5,0002003June 2004

    ChEssSouthampton Oceanogrpahy Centre (UK)GovernmentP.A. TylerWorkshop "Biogeography of chemosynthetic ecosystems: planning for the future" (SOC, UK)$1,0002003June 2004

    ChEssWorldwide Universities Network (UK)GovernmentC.R. German & D. PilsburyINSPIRE (SE Pacific