GRANTS

2004    Post Doctoral Fellowship - Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama. Working with D. Ross Robertson on Shorefishes of the Greater Carribean, an interactive CD.

2002 Smithsonian Short term Visitor Fellowship to work with Ross Robertson at Smithsonia Tropical Research Institute Dec 2-23, 2002

2001 Smithsonian Fellowship to work with Carole Baldwin at USNM Dec. 2001

1995 EarthWatch Research Grant ($48,000) To continue the study of shore fish populations on the island of Gran Canaria

1994    Canary Island Government. Fishery and Agriculture funding (300,000 pts) to aid the studies on El Hierro.

1994    Earthwatch Research Grant ($48,000) To study the dermersal fish population on Gran Canaria and El Hierro

1993    Earthwatch Research Grant ($44,850) To continue the study of tidepool ecology, benthic algae, and demersal fish populations on the islands of Gran Canaria and Lanzerote.

1992    Earthwatch Research Grant ($44,000) To study the tidepool ecology, benthic algae, and demersal fish populations on the Island of Gran Canaria.

1991    Earthwatch Research Grant ($44,000) study the tidepool ecology, benthic algae, and demersal fish populations on the Island of Gran Canaria.

1990    Canary Island Government. of Gran Canaria Grant ($56,000) To study the demersal fish populations of Fuertaventura.

1990    Canary Island Grant from the Province of Mogan ($4,000) To construct an experimental artificial reef of the south shore of Gran Canaria.

1990    Earthwatch Research Grant ($38,000) To study the demersal fish populations of Fuertaventura in the Canarian Archipelico and make recommendations for habitat restoration.

1989    Canary Islands Ministry of Tourism Grant ($16,000) Supplied equipment and transportation for the staff involved in the Earthwatch Research Grant.

1989    Earthwatch Research Grant ($38,000) To study the dermersal fish populations of El Hierro in the Canarian Archipelago and make recommendations for the construction of artificial reefs and restoration of habitat damaged by the development of the tourist industry.

1988    Smithsonian Institution Fellowship ($300) To curate their collection of fishes in the family Gobiidae from the eastern Atlantic, West Africa, Mediterranean, Black, and Caspian Seas.

1988    Canary Islands Ministry of Tourism Grant ($5,000) To conduct a comparative study of the inter-island variation of fishes from the Islands of Gran Canaria, Fuertaventura, Lanzerote, Tenerife, and El Hierro and report on the factors contributing to those variations

1987    Earthwatch Research Grant ($20,000) To investigate the factors affecting homing behavior in tidepool fishes of the Canary Islands

1986    Earthwatch Research Grant ($18,000) To investigate the factors affecting homing behavior in tidepool fishes of the Canary Islands

1982    Sigma Xi Grant - In-Aid of Research ($250) To investigate the ecology and homing behavior of tidepool fishes of the Canary Islands

 

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