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Grants to Develop Climate Analysis Tools

Previous Grant Selections

Grants to Develop Climate Analysis Tools were first awarded in 2010 when five projects were selected to receive $773,483. In its second year, seven projects were selected to receive $1.2 million.

2011

Seven Projects in Four States Receive $1.2 Million in WaterSMART Grants to Better Manage Water Resources in a Changing Climate - (July 26, 2011) Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Michael L. Connor announced the selection of seven applied science projects to receive $1.2 million funding for the enhancement of water resource management in a changing climate. Facilitating the development of new tools that allow better management of water resources is one of the strategies of the Department of the Interior's WaterSMART Program which paves the way to a sustainable water future. This funding will be leveraged to fund over $2.7 million in applied science projects in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah. More...

Projects receiving grants in 2011

2010

Reclamation Selects Research Grants to Develop Climate Analysis Tools through WaterSMART Program - (Aug 12, 2010) Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Michael Connor announced the selection of $773,483 in research grant proposals to develop climate analysis tools. This money will be leveraged to fund $1,624,396 in climate change research. More...

Projects receiving grants in 2010

Last updated: 10/31/12