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Public Plans

Public plans are plans created using the DMP Tool service and shared publicly by their owners. They are not vetted for quality, completeness, or adherence to funder guidelines.

Plans (1328)

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BCO-DMO NSF OCE: Biological and Chemical Oceanography

How ocean change stressors impact grazer control of kelp in a glacial-fed estuary

Matthew Edwards, San Diego State University (sdsu.edu)
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BCO-DMO NSF OCE: Biological and Chemical Oceanography

CAREER: How does recalcitrant organic matter become bioavailable? Mechanisms and controls on sediment organic matter oxidation by microbial communities

Andrew Steen, University of Tennessee, Knoxville (utk.edu)
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BCO-DMO NSF OCE: Biological and Chemical Oceanography

Data Management Plan for CAREER: Examining Kelp Forest Ecosystems Response to Interactions Between Local Disturbances and Climate Change from Local to Global Scales

Jarrett Byrnes, Non Partner Institution
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NSF-BIO: Biological Sciences (2015- )

Bacteriophage genomics

Philippos Tsourkas, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (unlv.edu)
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NSF-ENG: Engineering

CAREER: 4.5D Printing of Nickel Titanium Shape Memory Alloys

Alaa Elwany, Texas A&M University
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NSF-GEN: Generic

DMPRoadmap: Making Data Management Plans Actionable

Stephanie Simms, University of California, Irvine
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BCO-DMO NSF OCE: Biological and Chemical Oceanography

DMP for The Role of Temperature in Regulating Herbivory and Algal Biomass in Upwelling Systems

John Bruno, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) (unc.edu)
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NSF-GEN: Generic

Use of telemetry and the Acoustic Wave Glider to study southern flounder migrations

Joseph Luczkovich, East Carolina University (ecu.edu)
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USDA - NIFA: National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Seedling establishment and woody-plant encroachment in Southwest Rangelands

Luis Weber-Grullon, Arizona State University (asu.edu)
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NSF-CISE: Computer and Information Science and Engineering

NIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator

Matthew Hudnall, University of Alabama (ua.edu)