Curriculum Vitae David Thistle September 08, 2015 General Information



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Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (Apr 2009–Dec 2010). Photosynthesis as a Possible Source of Gas Bubbles. Funded by Office of Naval Research via a subcontract from the University of Rhode Island. Total award $17,149.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (May 2008–Jul 2011). Do Sediment-Dwelling Species Have Large Ranges. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $605,257.
Thistle, D. E. (PI), & Koenig, C. (Co-PI). (2006–2011). Effects of local weather on early juvenile gag populations. Funded by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration via the Northern Gulf of Mexico Institute. Total award $149,432.
Thistle, D. E. (PI), & Spears, P. A. (Co-PI). (Jun 2005–Jun 2008). The Influence of Deep-seabed CO2 sequestration on small metazoan (meiofaunal) community structure and function. Funded by U. S. Department of Energy. Total award $279,127.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (2003–2005). The influence of deep seabed CO2 sequestration on small metazoan (meiofaunal) community structure and function (supplement). Funded by Department of Energy (via a subcontract from Louisiana State University). Total award $79,689.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (2002–2005). The influence of deep seabed CO2 sequestration on small metazoan (meiofaunal) community structure and function. Funded by Department of Energy (via a subcontract from Louisiana State University). Total award $164,000.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1999–2002). The biology of the benthopelagic component of the shallow scattering layer. Funded by Office of Naval Research. Total award $111,957.
Thistle, D. E. (PI), & Burnett, W. C. (Co-PI). (1997–2000). Evaluating impacts of predation by large, motile epifauna on macrofauna and meiofauna in the deep sea: a test of cage performance. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $132,853.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1995–2000). The taxonomy of the harpacticoid copepods of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Funded by Office of Naval Research. Total award $137,668.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1992–1995). Meiofauna: tools for evaluating the environmental impact of polymetallic-nodule mining in the deep sea. Funded by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Total award $50,260.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1991–1994). Flow effects on deep-sea soft-bottom benthos. Funded by Office of Naval Research. Total award $75,035.
Thistle, D. E. (PI), & Weatherly, G. L. (Co-PI). (1989–1993). Are winter storms an organizing force in a shelf meiofaunal community? Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $230,000.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1988–1989). The role of biologically produced structure in deep-sea community organization. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $39,997.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1987–1988). Does the hydrodynamic regime alter community structure in the deep sea? Funded by Office of Naval Research. Total award $64,335.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1984–1988). The role of biologically produced structure in deep-sea community organization. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $128,639.
Thistle, D. (Oct 1981–Sep 1982). An investigation of the importance of predation in a soft-bottom community. Funded by Committee on Faculty Research Support. Total award $490.
Thistle, D. (1981–1982). An investigation of the importance of predation in a soft-bottom community. Funded by Committe on Faculty Research Support. Total award $490.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1979–1986). Aspects of the benthic biology of the High Energy Benthic Boundary Layer Experiment. Funded by Office of Naval Research. Total award $258,299.
Thistle, D. E. (PI), & White, D. C. (PI). (1979–1986). The role of exopolymer binding in microfouling and sediment erodability. Funded by Office of Naval Research. Total award $602,449.
Thistle, D. E. (PI). (1977–1980). The role of disturbance in subtidal meiofaunal ecology. Funded by Office of Naval Research. Total award $45,428.




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