Current Funding

CURRENT FUNDING SOURCES
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National Science Foundation


       2015-19

CNH-L Adaptive Coupling of Human Environment Linkages in Response to Globally Driven Changes in Subsistence in Rural Alaska
Awarded Amount: $1,024,116
Principle Investigator: Brinkman, TJ
Chapin, FS, III
Rupp, TS
Little, J


       2017-19

Collaborative Research: Nutritional Landscapes of Arctic Caribou: Observations, Experiments and Models provide Process-Level Understanding of Forage Traits
Awarded Amount: $1,024,116
Principle Investigator: Kofinas, GK
Brinkman, TJ


       2017-23

LTER: Cross-scale controls over responses of the Alaskan boreal forest to changing disturbance regimes
Awarded Amount: $2,254,000
Principle Investigator: Ruess, R
Jones, J
McGuire, AD
Hollingsworth, T
Mack, M
Brinkman, TJ (Co-investigator)


       2019-23

Collaborative Research: Navigation the New Arctic (NNA): Soundscape ecology to assess environmental and anthropogenic controls on wildlife behavior.
Awarded Amount: $3,103,333 (UAF Portion $699,237)
Principle Investigator: Boelman, N
Brinkman, TJ
Liston, G
Mandel, M
Reinking, A


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NASA ABoVE

       2015-18

Biophysical Characteristics and Mechanisms of Environmental Disturbances Influencing Human Access to Ecosystem Services in Boreal Alaska
Awarded Amount: $794,010
Principle Investigator: Brinkman, TJ
Verbyla, D
Hollingsworth, T
Brown, C

       2015-19

Assessing Alpine Ecosystem Productivity to Environmental Change Using Dall Sheep as an Iconic Indicator Species
Awarded Amount: $1,024,116
Principle Investigator: Prugh, L
Nolin, A
Verblya, D
Brinkman, TJ


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Defenders of Wildlife

       2016-18

Optimizing a Technique for Detecting and Monitoring Polar Bear Dens in the Arctic Using Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Awarded Amount: $15,652
Principle Investigator: Brinkman, TJ
Pedersen, N
Shideler, D
Perham, C
Brainerd, S


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Sealaska Corporation

       2016-18

Deer response to young growth forest treatments in Southeast Alaska
Awarded Amount: $93,941
Principle Investigator: Brinkman, TJ
Martin, J


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National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

       2016-18

Optimizing a Technique for Detecting and Monitoring Polar Bear Dens in the Arctic Using Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Awarded Amount: $129,118
Principle Investigator: Brinkman, TJ
Pedersen, N
Shideler, D
Perham, C
Brainerd, S


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USDA Forest Service

       2018-20

Integrating Snow and Timber Slash Data into Deer Habitat Models
Awarded Amount: $25,000
Principle Investigator: Brinkman, TJ