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ON JUNE 30, 2009, THE BRI PROGRAM OFFICE WILL BE CLOSING DOWN TEMPORARILY. THE ACTING DIRECTOR OF BRI AND THE BRI EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ARE WORKING TO REINSTATE STAFF AND WE HOPE TO BEGIN PROGRAM ACTIVITIES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. WE DO NOT ANTICIPATE ANY CHANGES TO THE UPCOMING FALL 2009 BRI BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION LECTURE SERIES OR TO THE 2010 NORTHEAST NATURAL HISTORY CONFERENCE, SO PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY.



Biodiversity Grants Program

Fiscal Year 2002–2003

Title: Promoting Biodiversity Stewardship on Private Forestland in New York State
Principal Investigator: Michael F. Burger, Audubon New York.

Title: Mammals of New York (Book)
Principal Investigators: John Whitaker, Indiana State University, and Joe Bopp, New York State Museum.

Title: Tracking Lyme Disease and Mammalian Biodiversity in the Albany Pine Bush
Principal Investigators: Roland Kays, New York State Museum, and George Robinson, University at Albany.

Title: Insect Biodiversity of a Jack Pine Barrens (Final PDF Report)
Principal Investigator: Tim L. McCabe, New York State Museum.

Title: Web-based Biodiversity Distribution Atlas
Principal Investigator: Troy Weldy, New York Natural Heritage Program.

Title: Identifying Potential Natural Heritage Areas to Further Biodiversity Conservation on State Lands
Principal Investigator: New York Natural Heritage Program.

Title: Habitat Distribution Pond-Breeding Amphibians
Principal Investigator: Kelly Zamudio, Cornell University.

Title: Land-use History and Forest-herb Biodiversity in Tompkins County
Principal Investigator: Kathyrn M. Flinn, Cornell University.

Title: Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths) of the Catskill Region of New York State
Principal Investigator: Morton S. Adams, Olive Natural Heritage Society Inc.

Title: Pine Barrens Systems and Fire Ecology
Principal Investigator: Stephanie Gifford, The Nature Conservancy.

Title: Dinosaurs to DNA: The Power of Natural Science Collections
Principal Investigator: Roberta Faul-Zeitler, Natural Sciences Collections Alliance.

Title: Analyses of a Population of Golden-Winged Warblers in Sterling Forest State Park, NY
Principal Investigator: John L. Confer, Ithaca College.

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