Researchers will conduct a health assessment of snake species native to the coastal wetlands of the southeastern United States, including the prevalence of snake fungal disease, to inform conservation strategies.
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Researchers will gauge the impact of sublethal, environmental mercury on coastal wetland bird health and reproduction.
This study is part of our fellowship program, established to support early career research scientists. The Fellow will study whether infection with different strains of the parasite Sarcocystis neurona leads to different disease severity in southern sea otters.
Researchers will assess the impacts of coal ash repositories on freshwater wetlands and health risks to aquatic animals that live there. This is one of our ‘First Award’ grants, designed to help early career researchers establish their own research programs.
Researchers will develop a modeling tool to better understand disease transmission and forecast future disease outbreaks in Atlantic bottlenose dolphins living in the Chesapeake Bay.
Researchers will study how urbanization affects the ecology and health of white ibis and potentially other coastal wetland bird species.
Researchers will examine the impact of urbanization on North American river otter health across tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay.