NASA ROSES 2018: Terrestrial Ecology: Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment - Phase 2 | NOI Due Jun 18, 2018; Proposal Due Sep 7, 2018 - Florida Climate Institute

**Some programs are limited. Please read solicitations carefully and consult your Office of Research for specifics, such as limited applications through your university and internal application deadlines.**

Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) Phase 2 research is solicited in four areas: (1) Analyzing remote sensing data collected during the 2017 ABoVE Airborne Campaign (AAC) to develop the data products required to improve understanding of ecosystem dynamics; (2) Developing a better understanding of the ecophysiological basis of the relationships between surface and satellite measurements of Solar Induced Fluorescence (SIF) for northern ecosystems and its link to ecosystem productivity; (3) Continuing research on the societal impacts of changes to Arctic and boreal ecosystems; and (4) Integrating research results from ABoVE into a coherent modeling framework to diagnose and predict ecosystem dynamics and the consequent societal impacts of changes to the ecosystem. Phase 2 also includes the (5) opportunity for a person (or persons) to serve as the ABoVE Science Team Lead(s).

Deadline: Notice of intent due June 18, 2018. Proposal due September 7, 2018