Research Project Annual Report Form

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MINNESOTA
SEA GRANT COLLEGE PROGRAM
RESEARCH ANNUAL REPORT
PI NAME:
PROJECT NUMBER:
PROJECT END DATE:
REPORT DATE:
PROJECT TITLE:
PROGRESS TOWARD OBJECTIVES: (summarize your progress over the last 12 months)
DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED AND ACTIONS TAKEN TO OVERCOME THEM:
RESULTS TO DATE: (please provide a brief summary of your results)
ASSESS PROGRESS RELATIVE TO ORIGINAL SCHEDULE AND FINAL DEADLINE:
OUTREACH OR PRODUCTS: Please list any products (Web or print), presentations, articles, media
interviews, teacher training, K-12 education, etc. that you or your student(s) have from this research thus
far. Is there anything our Communications or Extension staff can do to help you connect your research
with stakeholders?
PERFORMANCE MEASURES: We are required to provide performance measures to National Sea
Grant each year. You may not have anything at all in some of these categories, and that is expected. All
we need at this point is your best guess and an explanation of how you arrived at your answer.
Measure 1: Economic and societal benefits derived from the discovery and application of new
sustainable coastal, ocean, and Great Lakes products from the sea. (include businesses or jobs
created or kept from being lost)
Measure 2: Cumulative number of coastal, marine, and Great Lakes issue-based forecast
capabilities developed and used for management. (typically interpreted to include most computer
models)
Measure 3: Percentage/number of tools, technologies, and information services that are used by
managers (NOAA and/or its partners and customers) to improve ecosystem-based management.
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Measure 4: Acres of ecosystems protected or restored as a result of Sea Grant’s involvement.
Measure 5: Number of environmentally-responsible fisheries and/or aquaculture production or
harvesting techniques implemented.
Measure 6: Number of communities who adopt/implement sustainable, economic and
environmental development practices and policies, or hazard resiliency practices.
Measure 7: Number of environmental curricula adopted by formal and informal educators.
OTHER METRICS OF INTEREST TO NOAA: Please answer any that apply to your project (none
may, and that is fine).
1. Did or will your project help develop or update sustainable development ordinances, policies, or
plans? If so, in what community?
2. Did your project help a community implement a sustainable development plan? If so, what
community?
3. Did your project help develop or update a port or waterfront redevelopment ordinance, policy, or
plan? If so, what port or community?
4. Did you help a port or waterfront implement a redevelopment plan? If so, what port or community?
5. Did your project help develop or update polluted runoff management ordinances, policies, or plans?
If so, for what community?
6. Did your project help implement a polluted runoff management ordinance, policy, or plan? If so, for
what community?
PLANS FOR THE NEXT 6 MONTHS:
NAMES OF STUDENTS BEING SUPPORTED BY THIS GRANT AND THEIR LEVEL (e.g, grad
(MS, PhD), undergrad, etc). For grad students, please indicate whether their thesis research is related to
this project.
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