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GLIN==> GLFT is accepting Great Lakes fisheries research pre-proposals



Posted on behalf of Great Lakes Fishery Trust <glft@glft.org>

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The Great Lakes Fishery Trust (GLFT) is now accepting pre-proposals for
Great Lakes fisheries research projects that:

1) Describe and clarify mechanisms that control the recruitment of
important Great Lakes fish species

2) Focus on the health of important Great Lakes fish species and how
diseases and/or changes in food supply organisms may be significantly
affecting the growth, survival, or reproduction of a fish population

Within these two theme areas, the GLFT will give priority consideration
to proposals that

1) relate to food-web disruptions linked to non-native aquatic
invertebrates of special concern and/or

2) have a lake whitefish species focus.

For information regarding pre-proposal requirement and/or to submit a
pre-proposal, visit the GLFT's e-Grant application system at
www.glft.org. The GLFT will only accept pre-proposals submitted via its
e-Grant application system from now until 5:00 p.m. February 17, 2003.
Pre-proposals that are not submitted using the GLFT e-Grant application
system or are submitted after the February 17 deadline will not be
considered for funding. Grants are targeted for award in August 2003.

The mission of the GLFT is to provide funding to enhance, protect, and
rehabilitate Great Lakes fishery resources to compensate for lost use
and enjoyment caused by the operation of the Ludington Pumped Storage
Plant.

Great Lakes Fishery Trust
600 W. St. Joseph, Suite 10
Lansing, MI 48933
517/371-7468
517/484-6549 FAX
www.glft.org




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