Sponsors

We thank all of our sponsors for their generous financial support of our research!

9. National Science Foundation IUSE (2016-18; PI Rebecca Freeman)

8. National Geographic -- Explorers Grant (2015-2016)

The Committee for Research and Exploration of the National Geographic Society is sponsoring our project  "Climate Change, Human Impacts, and Wetland Response over the late Quaternary -- A New Exploration of the Pantanal". Project partners include scientists from UFMS-CPAN, UNESP, and EMBRAPA.

7. National Science Foundation -- RAPID Award (2015)

The Geomorphology and Land Use Dynamics Program is sponsoring our project "How Does Environmental Change Influence Landscape Evolution in the Pantanal (Brazil)?". Project collaborators include scientists from UFMS, UK, and EMBRAPA. Read more about the project here: http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1541247&HistoricalAwards.... This funding is supporting the thesis research of Edward Lo.

6. STEPPE Consortium -- Workshop (2015)

The STEPPE (Sedimentary Geology, Time, Environment, Paleontology, Paleoclimatology, Energy) Consortium (www.steppe.org) is sponsoring a research workshop to consider Lake Tanganyika as a source-to-sink system. Workshop collaborators include scientists from Syracuse University. A press release about the workshop is available here: https://steppe.org/steppe-workshop-program-funds-three-new-projects/

5. Petrochina -- Joint Industry Project (2015-2017)

Petrochina is sponsoring a joint research project on unconventional energy resources in China and the United States. Project collaborators include scientists from the USGS and KGS.

4. Pioneer Natural Resources -- Joint Industry Project Phase II (2015-2016)

Pioneer Natural Resources is sponsoring a second phase of joint research on unconventional petroleum resources in the United States. This funding is supporting the research of graduate student Clara Rucker.

3. Society of Exploration Geophysicists Foundation -- Geoscientists Without Borders Program (2015-2016)

The SEG-GWB Program is sponsoring our project "Benthic Habitat Mapping for Humanity - Using Geophysics to Improve Conservation of Littoral Fisheries at Lake Tanganyika (Tanzania)". The press release for the project can be found here: http://www.seg.org/media/news/2014/0709-gwb-tanzania. Project collaborators include scientists from UK-EES, the Tanzanian Fisheries Research Institute and The Nature Conservancy. More information on Geoscientists Without Borders can be found here:http://www.seg.org/web/foundation/programs/geoscientists-without-borders. This funding is supporting the thesis research of Joseph Lucas.

2. American Chemical Society -- Petroleum Research Fund (2014-2016)

The ACS-PRF Program is sponsoring our project Petroleum Generation in Geologically-Young Lacustrine Rift Basins: Integrated Stratigraphy, Experimental Geochemistry, and Basin Modeling. Project collaborators include scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey, UK-Center for Applied Energy Research, Brown University, and British Petroleum.  More information on the Petroleum Research Fund can be found here:http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/funding-and-awards/grants/prf.html. This funding is the supporting the research of Zac Perlman.

1. Pioneer Natural Resources -- Joint Industry Project Phase I (2014-2015)

Pioneer Natural Resources is sponsoring a joint research project on unconventional petroleum resources in the United States. This funding is supporting the thesis research of Patrick Baldwin and Patrick Ryan.

 

 

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