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Overview Chart of Fiscal Year 2003 Geoscience Appropriations (3-15-02)

Agency/Program FY 2002 Enacted FY 2003 Requested Percent Change
Department of Energy      
Office of Science      
 -- Basic Energy Sciences $999.6 million $1019.6 million  2.0%
     - Geosciences Research $21.3 million $21.3 million   --
 -- Fossil Energy R&D $587.2 million $494.2 million  -15.8%
     - Natural Gas R&D $45.2 million $22.6 million  -50.0%
     - Petroleum R&D $56.0 million $35.4 million  - 36.8%
Geothermal  $27.3 million $26.5 million   - 2.9%
Yucca Mountain Site Characterization      
-- Core Science $71.3 milion $71.3 million    --
Department of the Interior      
 -- US Geological Survey $914.0 million $867.3 million  -5.1%
     - Water Resource Investigations $205.8 million $177.8 million  -13.6%
     - Geologic Division $232.8 million $224.7 million  -3.5%
     - National Mapping Program $133.3 million $129.3 million  -3.0%
NASA      
 -- Earth Science Enterprise $1628.7 million $1628.4 million  < 1%
     - Earth Science Program Science $340.5 million $353.9 million  3.9%
National Science Foundation       
 -- Geoscience Directorate $309.5 million $691.1 million  13.4%
     - Atmospheric Science $202.0 million $218.9 million  8.4%
     - Earth Science $126.4 million $153.1 million  21.1%
     - Ocean Science $281.1 million $319.0 million  13.5%
Major Reserach Equipment -- EarthScope   $35 million  
Environmental Protection Agency      
 -- Science and Technology $712.9 million $685.3 million  -3.9%
NOAA      
 -- Oceanic & Atmospheric Research $356.1 million $297.0 million  -16.6%


Sources: Department of Energy, Department of the Interior, Environmental Protection Agency, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Science Foundation, and White House Office of Management and Budget.

Please send any comments or requests for information to the AGI Government Affairs Program at govt@agiweb.org.

Contributed by Margaret A. Baker, AGI Government Affairs Program

Posted March 15, 2002


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