Funding

In total (2007-2013), I have raised USD $257,944 for my research.

 

(2014-present). $6457 USD. Athena Fund, Cornell Lab of Ornithology. “Can Climate Change Complicate a Chorus? Implications for Frog Conservation in Madagascar”

Investigators: Rebecca Brunner (PI), Brett R. Scheffers (co-PI)

(2014). $4000 USD. Centre for Tropical Biodiversity and Climate Change. “Exploring the velocity of climate change: identifying future directions for assessing the impacts of climate change on species distributions and ecosystems”. Workshop associated with Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation.

Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI)

(2014-present). National Geographic Society. $21,000 USD. “Mini-ecosystems with big biodiversity: assessing the threat of human disturbance on epiphytes within rainforest canopies of Madagascar”

Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI)

2013-present. Research Council of Norway. $30,000 (USD). “Thermal heterogeneity in human disturbed landscapes” as part of Research Council of Norway (logging and oil palm in Colombia;) NOK 3,160,000 (~$550, 000).

Investigators: David Edwards (PI), Tor Haugaasen (co-PI), Brett R. Scheffers (collaborator)

2013-present. Center for Tropical Biology and Climate Change – Research Grant; James Cook University, Townsville, Australia. $3,500 (USD $3063). “Testing the arboreality hypothesis in the Australian Wet Tropics”

Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI)

 

Total Funding Secured for PhD Research (2010): $164,370 (USD $128,837); Note: does not include Teaching and Research Assistantships

2010-2013. Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund. $26,000 (USD $20,379). “Effects of habitat disturbance on canopy amphibians and reptiles in Southeast Asia”

Investigator: Brett R. Scheffers (PI)

2010-2013. National University of Singapore. $138,370 (USD $ 108,457). “Understanding the biotic attrition in Southeast Asian forests”

Investigators: Navjot Sodhi (PI), Brett R. Scheffers (co-PI), Lucas Gibson (co-PI)

 

Total Funding Secured for Masters Research (2007-2009): $71,784 (USD $64,588); Note: does not include Teaching and Research Assistantships

2008-2009. Ducks Unlimited (North American Waterfowl Management Plan). $18,300 (USD $ 16,466). “Amphibian breeding, movement patterns, and habitat selection within urbanized landscapes”. Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI), C. Paszkowski (co-PI)

2007-2008. City of Edmonton. $21,764 (USD $19,582 ) “Amphibian Monitoring at City of Edmonton Wetlands and Stormwater Facilities. Amphibian breeding, movement patterns and habitat selection within urbanized landscapes: Using amphibian distribution as a means for maintaining connected natural areas.” Investigator: Brett R. Scheffers (PI)

2007-2008. Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks & Wildlife Foundation. $3,800 (USD $3,419). “Amphibian breeding, movement patterns, and habitat selection within the city of Edmonton”. Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI), C. Paszkowski (co-PI)

2007-2008. Canadian Circumpolar Institute. $1,500 (USD $1,350). “The effect of urbanization on the distribution and abundance of amphibians in northern cities”. Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI), C. Paszkowski (co-PI)

2007-2008. Alberta Conservation Association: Grants in Biodiversity. $9,800 (USD $8,817). “Amphibian breeding, movement patterns, and habitat selection within urbanized landscapes”. Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI), C. Paszkowski (co-PI)

2007-2008. Ducks Unlimited (North American Waterfowl Management Plan). $15,120 (USD $13604). “Can amphibians serve as an indicator of wetland health?” Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI), C. Paszkowski (co-PI)

2007-2008. Friends of Elk Island National Park. $1500 (USD $1,350). “Can amphibians serve as an indicator of wetland health?” Investigators: Brett R. Scheffers (PI), C. Paszkowski (CI)

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