Research & Program Development Projects

Maine Sea Grant supports scientific research that addresses issues of importance to Maine's coastal communities. Proposals are requested through a biennial research competition (next RFP is in 2017). We also provide project development funds for seed or pilot projects throughout the year. See the Funding page for more information.

All Research Projects

DV-17-12 Field testing a new genetic marker on spawning scallop populations
DV-16-16 Medomak River Task Force Water Quality Improvement Project
DV-17-14 Medomak River Task Force Water Quality Improvement Phase II
DV-17-06 Optimizing depuration methods of the bacteria Vibrio parahaemolyticus in the Eastern oyster
DV-16-26 Assessing possible mercury contamination in juvenile river herring in the Penobscot Estuary
DV-16-25 Northeast Aquaculture Conference
DV-16-24 Engaging shellfish stakeholders in assessing ribbon worm damage and identifying solutions
DV-16-23 The Coastal Science Academy
DV-16-22 Student shellfish aquaculture and ecological monitoring initiative
E-16 Arctic surf clam: A new candidate species to diversify and advance sustainable domestic aquaculture in Maine and the Northeast U.S.
DV-16-09 Downeast Whale Watch Training Program
DV-16-14 International Network on Offshore Renewable Energy Symposium
DV-16-11 Northern Maine Children’s Water Festival
DV-16-04 The 45th Benthic Ecology Meeting
DV-16-07 Northeastern Coastal Station Alliance intertidal temperature monitoring proof of concept: What can Tidbit data loggers tell us about coordination and collaboration?
DV-16-01 Sea-level rise adaptation in New England marshes
DV-16-08 Training for Observation and Research of Coastal Habitats
E-14-EA-2 Aquaculture site prospecting: Developing remote sensing capabilities for the aquaculture community of Maine
DV-16-13 Assessing the ecological and economic impacts of Chondrus crispus: the rise of Maine's new foundation species
DV-16-12 Impact of claw removal on Jonah crab survival