Craig E. Martin

Natural Sciences and Mathematics -
Professor
Primary office:
Haworth Hall
University of Kansas
1200 Sunnyside Avenue
Lawrence, KS 66045
Second office:



Summary

Research

Selected Grants

An investigation of the physiological significance of water vapor absorption by leaf epidermal trichomes in epiphytic bromeliads. Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. $5800.00. (6/30/2010). Foreign (company, govt, agencies, etc.). Status: Funded
Evaluation of Carbon Sequestration in Plant Communities in Northeastern Kansas. U.S. National Aeronautics & Space Administration. $1000000.00. (8/1/2001 - 8/31/2003). Federal. Status: Funded. 9 co-investigators
General Research Fund Grants. University of Kansas. (1/1/1980 - 12/31/2000). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. 12 grants of approx. $5000-15,000 each
Research fellowship to investigate the ecophysiology of South African succulents in the laboratory of Dieter von Willert in Münster. Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany). $10000.00. (5/1/1994 - 10/31/1994). Foreign (company, govt, agencies, etc.). Status: Funded
Aerosol nitrogen inputs to a tree/grass ecotone. Environmental Protection Agency. $376000.00. (10/1/1986 - 9/30/1989). Federal. Status: Funded. Martin was Co-investigator with 4 other scientists.
Establishment of a research program to study the characteristics and environmental impacts of atmospheric deposition. $100500.00. (7/1/1986 - 6/30/1989). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. Martin was Co-investigator with 4 other scientists.
Ecological physiology of Crassulacean acid metabolism in higher plants. National Science Foundation. $55000.00. (8/1/1985 - 8/31/1987). Federal. Status: Funded
Research fellowship to investigate ecophysiology of epiphytic Tillandsia in laboratory of Ulrich Lüttge in Darmstadt. Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany). $15000.00. (12/1/1986 - 8/31/1987). Foreign (company, govt, agencies, etc.). Status: Funded
Kansas biotic succession facility. University of Kansas. $100000.00. (7/1/1983 - 6/30/1986). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. Martin was Co-investigator with 9 other scientists.
Two Grants. Biomedical Sciences Support Fund. $9000.00. (1/1/1981 - 12/31/1985). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. 2 grants of approximately $4500
Measuring and modeling of the dielectric properties and attenuation of vegetation. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. $125265.00. (9/1/1982 - 1/31/1984). Federal. Status: Funded. Martin was Co-investigator with one other scientist.

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