The IMATA Research Grant is designed to provide financial support for investigations which focus on marine animal research-oriented scientific investigations that address IMATA’s Mission. Investigations may focus upon, but are not limited to areas such as: marine animal physiology, sensory biology, or cognitive measurements; marine animal husbandry or behavior training technique advancements; professional training, communication or cooperation assessments; and education program, public display, or outreach evaluations.
The IMATA Conservation Fund is designed to provide financial support for third-party non-profit organization projects which focus on marine animal conservation-oriented topics that promote IMATA’s Mission. Topics may include, but are not limited to, support for habitat, species or individual animal conservation issues; conservation research projects or programs; educational promotions of conservation issues; inter-disciplinary cooperation for conservation issues; and publication of peer-reviewed journals.
All applicants must be an IMATA Active or Professional Member
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