Bernhard Lee Lindner, Ph.D.
EXTRAMURAL FINANCIAL SUPPORT AS PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration / Planetary Atmospheres Program, "The hemispherical asymmetry in the residual polar caps on Mars", $67,622 over two years, Sept. 1989 - Aug. 1991, grant number NASW-4444.
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration / Mars Data Analysis Program, "Reanalysis of Mariner 9 UV spectrometer data for ozone, cloud, and dust abundances, and their interaction over climatic timescales", $89,904 over 3 years, April 1991 - Dec. 1993, grant number NASW-4614.
- Department Of Commerce / National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration / Climate and Global Change Program, "Climate change in the polar regions due to trace gases, clouds, and pollution: Interpretation of lake ice data and its use as a climate change indicator", $194,102 over 2 years, Feb. 1992 - July 1994, grant number NA26GP0089-01.
- National Science Foundation / Division of International Programs / Japan Program, "Japan Long-Term Visit: Analysis of Japanese observations of Mars", $37,410 over 6 months, July 1994 - Dec. 1994, grant number INT-9402136.
- University of Charleston Research and Development Grant, "Correlations between cloud structure and cloud amount", $2,500 over 1 month, June 1995.
- Department Of Commerce / National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration via the Charleston Harbor Project, "Studies of air deposition of pollutants in the Charleston Harbor Watershed", $21,358 over 6 months, July-Dec. 1995.
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program, "Correlations between cloud structure and cloud amount", $4,700 over 2 months, July-August 1995
- University of Charleston Research and Development Grant, "Pedagogical Research in Interdisciplinary Science", $2,500 over 1 month, June 1997.
- College of Charleston Honors Program Grant, entitled "Wind and Water; course development", $500 over May 1997 (one of only six awards made by the Honors Program for twenty proposals received).
- Department Of Commerce / National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration / National Weather Service via the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training National Weather Service Partners Project, "Forecasting the Development and Movement of the Sea Breeze and its Effect on Severe Weather", $5250 over one year, June 1998 - May 1999, grant number NA67WD0097 (Subaward number UCAR-S98-94731).
- National Science Foundation / Division of Atmospheric Sciences, UNIDATA equipment grants program, "College of Charleston Weather Center", $6202 over 12 months, March 1999 - Feb. 2000, grant number ATM-9816000.
- College of Charleston Honors Program Grant, entitled "Hurricane!; course development", $500 over May 2000.