Call Outs: Calls for Papers, Abstracts, Proposals, and More

Call for Comments
Subseasonal and Seasonal Forecasting Innovation Report
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Deadline: August 10, 2018

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is accepting comment on the draft report of Subseasonal and Seasonal Forecasting Innovation: Plans for the 21st Century. The report, which will be submitted to Congress in October, will provide a guide for NOAA subseasonal and seasonal (S2S) planning and products. Visit the report website to download and annotated version of the report and learn more about submitting comments.

Call for Applications
Coastlines and People (CoPe)
National Science Foundation
Deadline: August 12, 2018

The National Science Foundation is accepting applications for participants in a series of scoping workshops to develop priorities for its Coastlines and People project, which will advance the understanding of the impacts of coastal environmental variability and natural hazards on populated coastal regions. The workshops will be held from September 26-28, 2018. For more information on the CoPe project and to submit an application, visit the CoPe website.

Call for Applications
Disaster Resilience Research Grants
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Deadline: August 27, 2018

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is accepting application for its Disaster Resilience Research Grant program, which advances principles of resilience in building design, codes, and standards. Five to 15 grants of up to $750,000 will be awarded for proposals that develop science-based building and design criteria that improve disaster resilience in the built environment. For more information eligibility, visit the Notice of Funding Opportunity at the link above.

Call for Volunteers
Website Monitoring Analysts
Environmental Data and Governance Initiative
Deadline: Open

The Environmental Data and Government Initiative is looking for volunteers to assist with tracking and classify changes related to environmental information on federal websites. Volunteers should be able to commit 5-10 hours per week and monitor web information over a three-day cycle. Find more information on the Environmental Data and Government Initiative website or at the flyer linked above.