NYSG Research Projects: Searchable Database
You can search our NYSG projects portfolio. You will find this search facility to be a user friendly and powerful tool to find information about our funded research projects from 1990 to present. Through this tool you will soon learn that NYSG research is diverse in topics and geography and has a distinguished history in helping New York use and manage our coastal resources for the benefit of all New Yorkers and beyond. This is a living database that will grow and evolve as we add new projects and update the impacts of older projects. We invite you to explore our legacy of bringing science to the shore. If you have any questions or comments regarding this tool please do not hesitate to contact us.
Also, see our related instructional fact sheet, "Online Searchable Database: Making New York Sea Grant research accessible in new media" (pdf
NYSG Research Projects: News and Files
You can also access information for some of our current and past research projects via the links to these news items and downloadable pdfs:
2012 - 2013
NYSG has received nearly $2.4 Million in 2012-2013 to find research, extension and education issues on important coastal
issues related to storm surges and flooding, seafood safety, wetland habitats, fisheries, and harmful algal blooms, among others.
NYSG received a grant totaling $2.449 million to fund its research, extension and education efforts on important coastal issues in fisheries, coastal marine habitats, coastal flooding, among others.
Sea Grant Awards More than $1.28 Million for Research Under EPA’s Long Island Sound Study
(pdf) NYSG funds research on water quality, brown tide, habitat restoration, QPX disease in clams, aquatic invaders, VHS virus in Great Lakes fisheries, seafood safety and more.
Sea Grant Awards $820,000 for Research Under EPA’s Long Island Sound Study
2007 - 2008
NYSG funds research vital to shoreline protection, fisheries, aquatic invaders and sustainable tourism.
2006 (pdf) NYSG funds research on QPX disease in clams, Cyanobacteria Blooms in the Great Lakes, water quality in Jamaica Bay, wave modeling in NY's Metropolitan Region and more.
2004-2005 NYSG funds research on coastal flooding and sea level rise, investigate botulism in Great Lakes.
2002-2003 NYSG funds research on managing and evaluating vitality of fisheries, tracking ecosystem health and public safety, hard clams and oysters, and environmental analysis and response.
1999-2002 (pdf) NYSG funds research on aquatic invaders, brown tide, fisheries, hard clams, lobsters, seafood safety, water quality and more.
1998-1999 (pdf) NYSG funds research on aquatic invaders, fisheries and seafood safety.