Extramural Lab Funding, 2002 - 2014

2014
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. PI Yeung, Co-PI Cowie. Hawaiian land snails extinction prevention: assessing a vanishing fauna. $106,047 (University of Hawaii portion $71,997).

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. PI Matsukura. Clarification of the invading process of freshwater apple snails in the genus Pomacea. $107,600.

2013
Bishop Museum. PI Yeung. Student internship in malacology. $12,000.

State of Hawaii, Division of Forestry and Wildlife. PI Yeung. Use of eugenol in the Kaala bog and the potential impacts on non-target native snails, particularly the rare endemic species Kaala subrutila. $5,857.

Unitas Malacologica Travel Grant for World Congress of Malacology. PI Leung. A preliminary phylogeny of Hawaiian Helicinidae. €800.

American Malacological Sociey Melbourne R. Carriker Student Research Grant. PI Leung. Systematics, Evolution, and Conservation of the Imperiled Helicinidae in Hawaii. $1,000.

Jessie D. Kay Memorial Fund, via Hawaii Community Foundation. PI Yeung. Undergraduate research assistantship for Bishop Museum Malacology. $8,000.

National Science Foundation. PI Cowie, Co-PI Hayes. REVSYS: A revision of New World Ampullariidae: an emerging model system in evolutionary biology and systematics training. Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement $6,250.

National Science Foundation. PI Hayes, Co-PI Cowie (with Yeung). Hawaiian land snail biodiversity: systematics, phylogenetics and conservation status of a vanishing fauna. Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement $7,500.

National Science Foundation. PI Hayes, Co-PI Cowie (with Yeung). Hawaiian land snail biodiversity: systematics, phylogenetics and conservation status of a vanishing fauna. Research Opportunity Award Supplement $25,000.

2012
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. PI Yeung. Student internship in malacology. $8,000.

Malacological Society of London. PI Takebayashi. Morphology, evolution and phylogenetics of corpuscles, unique apple snail endosymbionts £1,500

US Department of Agriculture. Co-PI Cowie (PI Hollyer). Post-harvest management of slugs and snails potentially carrying rat lungworm (Angiostrongylus cantonensis) on Hawaiiʼs farms and gardens $109,955

National Science Foundation. PI Cowie, Co-PI Hayes. REVSYS: A revision of New World Ampullariidae: an emerging model system in evolutionary biology and systematics training. Research Opportunity Award Supplement $19,815.

National Science Foundation. PI Cowie, Co-PI Hayes. REVSYS: A revision of New World Ampullariidae: an emerging model system in evolutionary biology and systematics training. Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement $7,500.

National Science Foundation. PI Hayes, Co-PI Cowie (with Yeung). Hawaiian land snail biodiversity: systematics, phylogenetics and conservation status of a vanishing fauna. Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement $7,500.

2011
National Science Foundation. PI Hayes, Co-PI Cowie. Collaborative Research: U.S.-Uruguay-Brazil: IRES AMPLIFIED: Ampullariidae Model using Phylogeography, Laboratory Integration with Field Investigations into Ecology and Diversity. $150,000 (University of Hawaii portion $77,877).

U.S. Army Garrison Oahu. PI Cowie. Alien snail control. $49,684.

National Science Foundation. PI Hayes, Co-PI Cowie (with Yeung). Hawaiian land snail biodiversity: systematics, phylogenetics and conservation status of a vanishing fauna. $650,000.

National Science Foundation. PI Cowie, Co-PI Hayes. REVSYS: A revision of New World Ampullariidae: an emerging model system in evolutionary biology and systematics training. Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement $7,500.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Understanding and managing health risks associated with the nematode Angiostrongylus cantonensis – the rat lungworm. $48,000.

2010
U.S. Army Garrison Oahu. PI Yeung. Assessment of the current distribution, potential for continued spread, and population density of Oxychilus alliarius on Oahu, Hawaii. $58,813.

American Malacological Sociey. PI Curry. Oxychilus alliarius: an overlooked invasive predatory snail in Hawaii: systematics, phylogeography and impacts on native fauna. $750.

American Malacological Society. PI Kim. Land snail and slug hosts of the rat lung worm, Angiostrongylus cantonensis, in Hawaii. $750.

Hawaiian Malacological Sociey. PI Kim. Land snails and slugs as hosts of the rat lung worm, Angiostrongylus cantonensis, in the Hawaiian Islands. $1,485.

National Science Foundation. PI Cowie, Co-PI Hayes. REVSYS: A revision of New World Ampullariidae: an emerging model system in evolutionary biology and systematics training. $499,999.

2009
U.S. Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Invasive alien species of terrestrial snails and slugs in Hawaii (year 6). $62,624.

Conchologists of America. PI Skelton. A molecular approach to introduced Hawaiian subulinid taxonomy. $1,000.

2008
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. PI Sugiura. Impacts of alien ants and flatworms on native land snails in the Hawaiian Islands. $100,990.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Invasive alien species of terrestrial snails and slugs in Hawaii (year 5). $72,999.

Malacological Society of London. PI Meyer. Ecosystem services provided by terrestrial Mollusca in Hawaiian rainforests. £1,000.

2007
U.S. Department of the Interior. PI Cowie (with Meyer). Feeding ecology, microhabitat utilization, population size estimates, and possible control of the introduced predatory snail Euglandina rosea on Oahu (year 3). $33,193.

National Science Foundation EPSCoR REAP. PI Holland, Co-PI Cowie. Phylogeography of the endemic Hawaiian achatinellid land snails. $29,325.

National Science Foundation. PI Cowie, Co-PI Meyer. Doctoral Dissertation Improvement: Ecosystem services provided by terrestrial Mollusca in Hawaiian rainforests. $11,990.

U.S, Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Invasive alien species of terrestrial snails and slugs in Hawaii (year 4). $63,778.

Unitas Malacologica Travel Grant for World Congress of Malacology. PI Hayes. Molecular systematics and evolutionary patterns of diversification in New World Ampullariidae. $1,100.

2006
U.S. Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Invasive alien species of terrestrial snails and slugs in Hawaii (year 3). $54,187.

US Department of the Interior, PI Cowie (with Meyer). Feeding ecology, microhabitat utilization, population size estimates, and possible control of the introduced predatory snail Euglandina rosea on Oahu (year 2). $45,892.

Conchologists of America . PI Meyer. Life histories, population densities, and habitat preferences of native Hawaiian succineid snails. $1,500.

2005
American Malacological Society. PI Hayes. Systematics, phylogeography, and evolution of South American apple snails (Pomacea). $1,000.

Conchologists of America . PI Hayes. Molecular systematics, phylogeography, and evolution of apple snails (Pomacea spp). $1,500.

Conchologists of America . PI Holland. Evolutionary patterns of big snail radiations on small islands. $1,500.

Conchologists of America . PI Meyer. The status of native Hawaiian snails and the threats they face. $1,500.

Sea Grant Program Development Fund. PI Holland, Co-PI Crow. Molecular systematic status of Hawaiian box jellyfish. $9,814.

Sea Grant Biennium Institutional Program. Co-PI Holland, PI Toonen. Genetic partitions and stock structure in Hawaiian opihi (Gastropoda: Cellana spp.). $74,276.

Unitas Malacologica. PI Hayes. Systematics, phylogeography, and evolution of South American apple snails (Pomacea spp.). $1,100.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Invasive alien species of terrestrial snails and slugs in Hawaii (year 2). $35,000.

U.S. Department of the Interior. PI Cowie (with Meyer). Feeding ecology, microhabitat utilization, population size estimates, and possible control of the introduced predatory snail Euglandina rosea on Oahu (year 1). ($27,613)

2004
Conchologists of America . PI Hayes. Systematics, phylogeography, and evolution of South American apple snails (Pomacea). $1,500.

Conchologists of America . PI Holland. Retracing colonization pathways of Pacific Island succineid land snails. $1,500.

National Park Service. Co-PIs Holland, Kay, Smith. Defining Genetic Stock Structure in Opihi, $27,000.

Sea Grant Program Development Fund. Co-PI Holland, PI Bowen. Genetic partitions and stock structure in Hawaiian opihi (Gastropoda: Cellana sp.). $9,920.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Invasive alien species of terrestrial snails and slugs in Hawaii (year 1). $35,000.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Economic impacts of apple snails on taro culture in Hawaii. $22,000.

Western Society of Malacologists. PI Hayes. Systematics, phylogeography, and evolution of South American apple snails (Pomacea). $300.

2003
National Science Foundation. PI Cowie, Co-PI deMaintenon (with Holland ). Revision and phylogeographic analysis of Pacific island succineid land snails. $400,086.

2002
U.S. Department of Agriculture. PI Cowie. Identity and origins of apple snail pests. $118,329.

State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources. PI Cowie. Development of a Safe Harbor Agreement in conjunction with restoration of Waahila Ridge, Oahu . $95,580.

Last update: 17 October 2013