BOEM FY 2018 Environmental Studies Program

The Alaska Outer Continental Shelf (OCS)Region of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is offering a cooperative agreement for the study Hydrocarbon Seeps in the Lower Cook Inlet, Gulf of Alaska, Chukchi Sea and Beaufort Sea OCS Planning Areas to identify and assemble existing information regarding

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hydrocarbons in the marine environment off the Alaska coastline and construct a map of known seeps.

The study will also identify further information needs and develop recommendations for a field campaign that may be conducted in the future in collaboration with partners from academia and the private sector.

This announcement is specifically to announce intent to undertake the project with the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.

OCSLA Section 1345 authorizes the use of cooperative agreements with affected States to meet the requirements of OCSLA, including sharing of information and joint utilization of available expertise to carry out applicable Federal and State laws, regulations, and stipulations relevant to outer continental shelf operations both onshore and offshore.

This award is a cooperative agreement and there must be substantial involvement by BOEM scientists in various aspects of study development and/or study content.

Contributions of matching funds towards these efforts, either as cash or in-kind contributions (such as salary, equipment, or a combination of both) is strongly encouraged but not required.

The proposal will not be evaluated on the availability of matching funds.

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management

Estimated Funding: $200,000





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Additional Information of Eligibility:
There is not an application process for the Upstream Fish Passage at Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District (ACID) Siphon, Mainstem Cottonwood Creek project.

This is a notice of intent to award the ACID a grant up to $130,000 under justification 505 DM 2.14 (B4).

The Cental Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA; Title 34 of Public Law 102-575, Section 3406(b)(1)) authorizes and directs the Secretary of the DOI, in consultation with other State and Federal agencies, Indian tribes, and affected interests, to develop and implement a program which makes all reasonable efforts to at least double natural production of anadromous fish in Central Valley rivers and streams.

The ACID is uniquely qualified as they own and manage the facility needing repair.

This project is to correct a fish passage issue related to the ACID siphon under Cottonwood Creek, tributary to the Sacramento River near Cottonwood, CA, that is becoming exposed as a result of stream degredation.

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2018-09-24

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Archive Date:
2018-12-08



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