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Suggested Citation:"2016 Advisory Board Members." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. The Gulf Research Program Annual Report 2016. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24885.
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2016 Advisory Board Members

Thomas O. Hunter (Chair)

Sandia National Laboratories (retired)

Las Vegas, Nevada

Porfirio Álvarez-Torres

Consortium of Marine Research Institutions in the Gulf of Mexico

Mexico

Kim A. Anderson

Oregon State University

Corvallis, Oregon

Kenneth E. Arnold (NAE)

Worley Parsons

K. Arnold Consulting, Inc.

Houston, Texas

Elliot L. Atlas

University of Miami

Miami, Florida

Patrick Barnes

BFA Environmental Consultants

Orlando, Florida

Donald F. Boesch

University of Maryland

Cambridge, Maryland

J. Ford Brett

PetroSkills

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Danielle Deane

The Raben Group

Washington, DC

Katherine H. Freeman (NAS)

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, Pennsylvania

VADM Paul G. Gaffney II (NAE)

Monmouth University (Emeritus)

Columbia, South Carolina

Bernard D. Goldstein (NAM)

University of Pittsburgh (Emeritus)

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

William “Monty” Graham

University of Southern Mississippi

John C. Stennis Space Center, Mississippi

Sara J. Graves

The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Huntsville, Alabama

Myron P. Gutmann

University of Colorado Boulder

Boulder, Colorado

Anthony H. Knap

Texas A&M University

College Station, Texas

Michael Macrander

Shell International, LLC

London, England

William S. Marras (NAE)

The Ohio State University

Columbus, Ohio

Jerry M. Melillo (NAS)

Marine Biological Laboratory

Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Alonzo L. Plough

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Princeton, New Jersey

Christopher M. Reddy

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Liesel A. Ritchie

University of Colorado Boulder

Boulder, Colorado

Jonathan Samet (NAM)

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, California

Richard Sears

Stanford University

Stanford, California

LaDon Swann

Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium

Ocean Springs, Mississippi

Isiah M. Warner

Louisiana State University

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Suggested Citation:"2016 Advisory Board Members." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. The Gulf Research Program Annual Report 2016. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24885.
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Each year, the Gulf Research Program (GRP) produces an annual report to summarize how funds were used. These reports review accomplishments, highlight activities, and, over time, will assess metrics to determine how the program is progressing in accomplishing its goals. The 2016 annual report is the third report in this series.

The GRP is an independent, science-based program founded in 2013. Through grants, fellowships, and other activities, it seeks to enhance oil system safety and the protection of human health and the environment in the Gulf of Mexico region and other areas along the U.S. outer continental shelf with offshore oil and gas operations.

This report captures key developments and successes in 2016, as the GRP ramped up its grant offerings with five competitions for five different grant types: exploratory, synthesis, capacity building, research-practice, and research and development. The GRP continues to build on its past work and seeks to learn, think about, and plan for how and where it can have the greatest cumulative and lasting impacts.

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