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RESEARCH COLLABORATION

This program terminated September, 2006, but the resources available on this web site will remain available for some time.

The STARMAP Program invites collaboration in the areas of either statistics or allied activities in the aquatic sciences.

STARMAP has established, or is establishing, collaborative arrangements with the following:

  •   National Research Program on Design-Based/Model-Assisted Survey Methodology for Aquatic Resources  in the Department of Statistics at Oregon State University.

  • The Southern California Coastal Water Research Project, Westminster, CA

  •   Center for Integrating Statistical and Environmental Science in the Department of Statistics of the University of Chicago.

    These Estuaries and Great Lakes (EaGLes) Indicator Development Projects, also funded by EPA's STAR Program:

  •   Atlantic Coast Environmental Indicators Consortium (ACE INC) - a joint effort by the University of  North Carolina, Chapel Hill; the University of Maryland;  Univ. of South Carolina, Columbia;  the Marine Biological Lab., Woods Hole, MA; and  NOAA/NOS Beaufort Lab., Beaufort, NC

  • Consortium for Estuarine Ecoindicator Research for the Gulf of Mexico - web site not yet operational

    For further information, please contact:  

    N. Scott Urquhart,
    STARMAP Program Director
    Department of Statistics
    Colorado State University
    Fort Collins, CO 80523-1877
    nsu@stat.colostate.edu
    (970) 491-3834

     

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