This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No.1354519.
David Weinstein received a GSA Research Grant in 2010 for his proposal: “Rates of coral substrate bioerosion across the shallowest depth range of modern Caribbean reefs: Implications on past and future reef structures.”
UC geology student Scott Reynhout received a
GSA research grant in 2008.
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2016 Graduate Student Research Grant Recipients
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