What Is CIFAR?
The Cooperative Institute for Alaska Research (CIFAR) conducts ecosystem and environmental research related to Alaska and its associated Arctic regions, including the Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, Chukchi/Beaufort Seas, and Arctic Ocean. Read more about CIFAR.
Important Notice: In order to meet NOAA's due date, the last day to submit non-competitive proposals through CIFAR for the federal fiscal year of 2017 is Friday, April 28th. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.
In the Alaska region, where rapid environmental and socio-economic changes are occurring, CIFAR places priority on education and two-way outreach between scientists, managers, communities, and local stakeholders. Read more about education.
CIFAR research focuses on a number of high priority issues for the Alaska region, specifically, marine ecosystems, coastal hazards, and climate change and variability. Read more about research.
Submitting a proposal to CIFAR? Find out useful information to help in preparing your proposal.Read more about proposals.
Current competitions and calls for proposals include the following:
- Prevention, Control, and Mitigation of HABs (PCMHAB)
- Ecology and Oceanography of HABs (ECOHAB)
- Big Pitch: Call for Solutions from Collegiate Innovators