Researchers will gauge the impact of sublethal, environmental mercury on coastal wetland bird health and reproduction.
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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.
In this pilot study, researchers will attempt to improve seizure monitoring in California sea lions affected by domoic acid, a harmful marine toxin, by building a mechanism to monitor brain electrical activity.
In this pilot study, researchers will study how pollutant exposure affects the health and well-being of white-tailed eagles.
Researchers will investigate whether Egyptian vultures could be exposed to harmful toxins derived from veterinary products through consumption of livestock feces.
Researchers will investigate a novel treatment for brevetoxicosis (a condition caused by ingesting harmful toxins produced by algae blooms) in stranded sea turtles.
Researchers will analyze multiple data sources to learn if lead continues to impact the long-term health and recovery of bald eagles.