RAPID: Studying the Effects of Disturbance in a Complex Socioecological System, Mark Moritz, National Science Foundation, 2015-2016, BCS-1600221 ($17,710) (PDF icon PDF).
EAGER: Modeling Coupled Herd and Household Dynamics in Pastoral Systems, Mark Moritz (PI), Ian Hamilton and Rebecca Garabed. National Science Foundation, 2015-2016, BCS-1546061 ($37,756).
CNH: Exploring social, ecological, and hydrological regime shifts in the Logone Floodplain, Cameroon, Mark Moritz (PI), Michael Durand, Ian Hamilton, Bryan Mark, Ningchuan Xiao, National Science Foundation, 2012-2016, BCS-1211986 ($1,475,000) (PDF icon PDF).
EEID: Livestock Movements and Disease Epidemiology in the Chad Basin: Modeling Risks for Animals and Humans, Rebecca Garabed (PI), Song Liang, Mark Moritz, and Ningchuan Xiao, National Science Foundation, 2010-2015, DEB-1015908 ($2,370,821) (PDF icon PDF).
CAREER: Pastoral Management of Open Access: The Emergence of a Complex Adaptive System, National Science Foundation, 2008-2014, BCS-0748594 ($530,738) (PDF icon PDF).
Dissertation research: The market and the moral economy of Fulani pastoralists in northern Cameroon, National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant, 1999-2001, BCS-9910557 ($12,000) (PDF icon PDF).