Science Program 2006 Focused Proposal Solicitation Package (PSP):

The Science Program has awarded grants totaling $6 million for 14 proposals centered on high priority Bay-Delta Science in 2006.

An independent Technical Selection Panel recommended 14 out of 35 proposals for funding through the CALFED Science Program. Proposals were selected based on their technical merit and relevancy to the 4 priority topic areas summarized below and described in detail in the 2006 PSP:

  1. Environmental Water
  2. Aquatic Invasive (Exotic) Species
  3. Trends and Patterns of Populations and System Response to a Changing Environment
  4. Habitat Availability and Response to Change

Science Program PSP Public Comments

Public comments on proposal funding recommendations and the Science Program response to these comments are now available.

General comment on the PSP recommendations

Comment on the Kueltz proposal (#25)

Comments on the Castillo proposal (#68)

Science Program Response to Public Comments

Public comments on the draft Topic List and the Science Program response to these comments are now available.

PSP Process Graphic

For more information on the Science Program 2006 Focused PSP see the 2006 PSP Documents page.

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