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McIntire-Stennis Formula Grant

McIntire-Stennis formula funds support state designated institutions' cooperative forestry research programs. CTAHR receives about $180K each year to support forestry related research projects. ARFP process is in place to solicit project proposals for funding consideration. Approved projects are eligible to receive up to $20K each year for up two years. Faculty with continuing projects may apply for additional funding through the life of the project.

CTAHR McIntire-Stennis Projects

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No.PIStart DateEnd DateExtended DateTitleUnit
597MBorthakur, Dulal10/01/201109/30/201409/30/2015Identification of important gene markers for seedling selection in the timber wood tree Acacia KoaMBBE
869MBrewbaker, James L10/01/201109/30/201409/30/2015Selection and propagation of Koa and Leucaena for production of high-value hardwoodsTPSS
197MChan, Catherine10/01/201109/30/2016 Comparative analysis of ecosystem services of a Hawaiian forestNREM
198MFares, Ali10/01/201109/30/2016 Potential impacts of alien invasive species on hydrologic processes, carbon cycle, and soil erosion in the Pacific Islands ecosystem NREM
196MIdol, Travis10/01/201109/30/201509/30/2016Innovative greenhouse management for improved outplanting performance of native Hawaiian tree seedlingsNREM
1129MLepczyk, Christopher12/10/201309/30/2016 The Effects of Climate Change and Habitat Management on Forest Bird PopulationsNREM
1123MLitton, Creighton10/01/201209/30/2017 Understanding and manageing forest change in Hawaii under a rapidly changing worldNREM
143M Miura, Tomoaki10/01/201209/30/2017 Monitoring tropical forest dynamics using high temporal resolution remote sensing in HawaiiNREM
8026M Miyasaka, Susan C.10/01/201209/30/2017 Improving the sustainability of Acacia koa through increased resistance to koa wilt diseaseTPSS
1120M Oleson, Kirsten10/01/201209/30/2017 Ecosystem service value trade-off modeling and mapping to improve forest management in HawaiiNREM