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Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network 2014 Request for Applications

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Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network 2014 Request for Applications (PDF) (38 pp, 679 K, About PDF) April 28, 2014

Applications received

IADN 2014 RFA Questions and Answers

This Request for Applications (RFA) solicits applications from eligible entities for a cooperative agreement to support the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network pursuant to the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Action Plan (PDF) (43 pp, 1.3 MB)

IADN is a long-term binational monitoring network that has been in continuous operation since 1990. IADN measures the concentrations of persistent toxic chemicals in Great Lakes air and precipitation. These measurements are used to track the effectiveness of toxic reduction efforts, determine loadings to the Great Lakes, and identify sources for additional reduction efforts.

RFA highlights:

Workplan from 2009 IADN application (PDF) (25 pp, 328 K)

Important Dates:

Applications Received

Application Title Application ID Funding Request
Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network: 2014 through 2019 GRANT11680242 $5,988,786
Operation of the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network GRANT11681472 $5,974,991
The Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network: Five More Years GRANT11680960 $5,998,345


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