Past Funding Opportunities

View past MAPP funding opportunities below.

Download MAPP FY17 Information Sheet

In FY2017, the MAPP program accepted proposals targeting two priority research areas:

  1. Advancing drought understanding, monitoring and prediction
  2. Research to explore seasonal prediction of coastal high water levels and changing living marine resources

Download MAPP FY16 Information Sheet

In FY2016, the MAPP program accepted proposals targeting two priority research areas:

  1. NOAA Climate Test Bed - Accelerating Transition of Research into Operations
  2. Research to Advance Prediction of Subseasonal to Seasonal Phenomena

Download MAPP FY15 Information Sheet

In FY2015, the MAPP program accepted proposals targeting three priority research areas:

  1. Process-oriented evaluation of climate and Earth system models and derived projections
  2. North American MultiModel Ensemble system evaluation and application
  3. Advancing a common software modeling and data infrastructure for NOAA's global models

Download MAPP FY14 Information Sheet

In FY2014, the MAPP program accepted proposals targeting two priority research areas:

  1. Research to Advance Understanding, Monitoring and Prediction of Drought
  2. Climate Test Bed - Research to Advance NOAA's Operational Systems for Climate Prediction

Download MAPP FY13 Information Sheet

In FY2013, the MAPP program accepted proposals targeting two priority research areas:

  1. Research to Advance Climate Reanalysis
  2. Research to Advance Climate and Earth System Models

Download MAPP FY12 Information Sheet

In FY2012, the MAPP program accepted proposals targeting three priority research areas:

  1. Advance intra-seasonal to decadal climate prediction
  2. Develop an experimental National Multi-Model Ensemble climate prediction system
  3. Modeling of Intra-Americas Sea climate processes associated with extremes over North America

Download MAPP FY11 Information Sheet

In FY2011, the MAPP program accepted proposals under the three major themes:

  1. Advances in regional-scale climate predictions and projections
  2. Develop an Integrated Drought Prediction Capability
  3. Evaluate Recently Developed Reanalysis Projects

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