Water Resources Research Act Program

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YearInstituteGrant TypeTitleFundingPIsKeywords
2021CTPFASQuantifying PFAS Fate and Biotransport in Stream-to-riparian Food WebsFederal: $249,631
Non-Federal: $249,631
Jessica Brandt
2021GANational CompetitiveMonitoring and Modeling Expanding Risk of Hydrilla, Neurotoxic Aetokthonos Hydrillicola, and Vacuolar Myelinopathy.Federal: $242,136
Non-Federal: $242,136
Susan Wilde
2021IANational CompetitivePathways to Exposure to Pathogens During FloodsFederal: $249,114
Non-Federal: $253,594
Chris Rehmann
2021ILAISEnemy of My Enemy?: Ecohydraulic Assessment of Interactions of Multiple Invasive Species in the Upper Mississippi River BasinFederal: $238,013
Non-Federal: $238,013
Rafael O. Tinoco
2021INAISFreshwater Eco-Hydrological Connectivity : A Transport Network For Invasive SpeciesFederal: $244,638
Non-Federal: $244,647
Antoine Aubeneau
2021MEPFASDeveloping and Deploying a Risk Framework for PFAS Management in Rural America: Connecting Predictive Models of PFAS Contamination with Risk Perceptions to Guide Management DecisionsFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $257,394
Caroline L. Noblet
2021MNAISManaging Water Quality and Invasive Plants to Promote Healthy Native Plant CommunitiesFederal: $249,988
Non-Federal: $251,831
Raymond M. Newman
2021NMNational CompetitiveClosing the Supply-Demand Gap for Sustainable Water-use Under Climate Change: Impacts using Remote Sensing and Artificial IntelligenceFederal: $249,979
Non-Federal: $249,979
Hatim M. E. Geli
2021NVNational CompetitiveUse of Viral and Genetic Marker Surrogates to Assess Transport of Human Enteric Viruses in Water Reclamation SystemsFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $250,000
Rishi Parashar
2021OKNational CompetitiveForecasting Harmful Hlagal Blooms Using Molecular Mehods and Unmanned SystemsFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $250,000
Mark James Krzmarzick
2021TNNational CompetitiveIncreasing Water Treatment Resiliency by Using Natural Flood Records to Reduce the Uncertainty of Water Hazard Predictions Under Changing ClimateFederal: $88,046
Non-Federal: $109,879
John Schwartz
2021VAPFASCharacterizing Prevalence and Risk Factors of PFAS in Rural Private and Community Water SuppliesFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $250,004
Leigh-Anne Krometis
2021VTNational CompetitiveMulti-modal UAS Sensor System for Harmful Algal Bloom Mapping and MonitoringFederal: $106,545
Non-Federal: $126,000
Tian Xia
2021WIPFASQuantifying Multi-media Loadings of PFAS in the Great Lakes Basin Using Targeted and Non-targeted AnalysesFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $250,000
Christina K. Remucal
2021WVAISEvaluation of Potential Factors Limiting the Expansion of Invasive Carp in the Ohio and Tennessee-Cumberland River Basins; Lessons to Apply to the Upper MississippiFederal: $151,395
Non-Federal: $151,763
Brent Murry, Caroline C. Arantes
2020AZNational CompetitiveIn-stream contaminant attenuation by sunlight: benefits for water reuseFederal: $243,563
Non-Federal: $243,564
David Quanrud
2020ILAISWater Quality as a Deterrent to the Movement of Invasive Fishes in the Illinois Waterway: Implications for the Upper Mississippi BasinFederal: $240,624
Non-Federal: $243,976
Cory Suski
2020INAISUsing Data from a Popular Fishing App to Predict the Spread of Aquatic Invasives and Identify Characteristics of Resistant/Resilient Lakes in the Upper Mississippi River BasinFederal: $79,195
Non-Federal: $84,490
Paul Venturelli
2020KSNational CompetitiveIntegrated data science - mechanistic modeling framework to predict cyanoHABS in contrasting freshwater systemsFederal: $44,193
Non-Federal: $249,993
Trisha Moore
2020MENational CompetitiveUsing paleolimnological and sedDNA reconstructions to assess links between warmer winters and summer cyanoHABs in Maine's lakesFederal: $114,080
Non-Federal: $116,026
Jasmine SarosHarmful algal blooms (HABS); cyanobacteria; environmental DNA; paleolimnology
2020MENational CompetitiveInvestigation of Harmful Algal Bloom effects on Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning (ASP) through Decision Support Tools in Connected Watershed-Estuary SystemsFederal: $82,685
Non-Federal: $82,783
Dr. Lauren RossHarmful Algal Bloom (HAB); Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning (ASP); estuary; freshwater flow; numerical modeling; particle tracking; stakeholder engagement
2020MNAISLocal and Landscape-Level Effectiveness of Aquatic Invasive Species PreventionFederal: $242,843
Non-Federal: $322,614
Nick Phelps
2020MNAISQuantifying Heterogeneous Impacts of Invasive Zebra Mussels on Walleye Habitat, Food Webs, and Mercury ConcentrationsFederal: $228,183
Non-Federal: $259,677
G.J. Hansen
2020MOAISQuantifying the Effect of River Turbulence Associated with Channel-Training Structures on the Transport Processes of Eggs and Larvae of Invasive Carps in Large Rivers of the Mississippi River BasinFederal: $200,535
Non-Federal: $200,535
Binbin Wang
2020OKNational CompetitiveHarmful algal blooms and public safety: a monitoring and research program aimed at understanding cyanobacterial blooms and toxin productionFederal: $82,245
Non-Federal: $83,052
K.D. HambrightHarmful algal blooms and public safety: a monitoring and research program aimed at understanding cyanobacterial blooms and toxin production
2020WINational CompetitiveProcess-Based Prediction of Present and Future Flood Conditions and Uncertainties across the United StatesFederal: $239,885
Non-Federal: $239,889
Daniel WrightFloods; Hydrologic Trends; Extreme Rainfall; Hydrologic Processes; Modeling
2019INNational CompetitivePer- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) – An emerging environmental and human health concern for the Great Lakes?Federal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $321,742
Dr. Gary A. LambertiPer- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, PFAS, sportfish, emerging contaminant
2019KSNational CompetitiveMapping and modeling of interbasin water transfers within the United StatesFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $250,000
Landon MarstonInterbasin Water Transfers, Hydrologic Modeling, Water Budget, Water Supply and Demand
2019NYNational CompetitiveCharacterizing transformation products of organic micropollutants in groundwater and hydrologically connected water supplies impacted by onsite wastewater treatment systemsFederal: $180,335
Non-Federal: $181,625
Teng ZengOnsite Wastewater Treatment Systems; Organic Micropollutants; Transformation Products
2019WINational CompetitiveMicrobial drivers of mercury methylation in freshwater eutrophic systemsFederal: $221,160
Non-Federal: $221,160
Katherine D. McMahonMercury cycling, microbial ecology, eutrophication, metagenomics
2018DENational Competitive104G: Measurements and Modeling to Improve Prediction of Vulnerability of Coastal Water Resources and Ecosystems to Salinization by Storm Surges and Sea-Level RiseFederal: $195,215
Non-Federal: $195,215
Holly A. Michael
2018MANational Competitive104G: Fate and Impacts of Silver Nanoparticles in Treatment WetlandsFederal: $248,201
Non-Federal: $248,438
Niveen Ismail
2018MSNational Competitive104G: Assessing Microplastic Pollution in the Mississippi River System and at Oyster Reefs in the Mississippi Sound EstuaryFederal: $220,173
Non-Federal: $220,882
James Cizdziel
2018WINational Competitive104G: Importance of Bioavailability of Multiple Mercury Sources for Environmental Applications of Stable IsotopesFederal: $193,831
Non-Federal: $193,831
James P. Hurley
2017CANational CompetitiveThe Use of NMR Logging Measurements to Estimate Hydraulic Conductivity in Glacial AquifersFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $253,336
Rosemary Knight
2017CONational CompetitiveHydrodynamic-Enhancement of Nitrate Attenuation by Integrating Reactive Biobarriers into Shallow, Open Water Treatment WetlandsFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $287,623
Jonathon Sharp
2017IANational CompetitiveFate and Ecological Impacts of Pharmaceuticals in a Temperate Stream Dominated by Wastewater EffluentFederal: $249,415
Non-Federal: $250,109
Gregory H. LeFevre
2016MTNational CompetitiveUsing weathering geochemistry to understand the sources of base flow water supply in rivers across mountain-basin transitions in the Upper Missouri WatershedFederal: $130,381
Non-Federal: $130,381
Stephanie Ewing, Robert Payn, James Paces, Rob StrieglStrontium, uranium, Missouri River watershed, groundwater, baseflow, stream flow
2016NCNational CompetitiveThe role of environmental buffers in potable water reuseFederal: $109,123
Non-Federal: $109,123
Olya Keen, Mariya Munir, Michael Meyerswater reuse, environmental buffers, emerging contaminants, antibiotic resistance
2016NHNational CompetitiveEffects of dissolved organic carbon on methylmercury bioavailability in stream ecosystemsFederal: $126,875
Non-Federal: $126,877
Kathryn Cottingham, Celia Chen, James Shanleymethylmercury, DOC, periphyton, microbial biofilm, uptake, trophic transfer
2016NVNational CompetitiveControls on Hydrologic Partitioning, Residence Time and Solute Export in a Snow-Dominated WatershedFederal: $249,625
Non-Federal: $250,783
Rosemary Carroll, Rina Schumer, Christopher Greenresidence time; flow paths; TTDs; ParFlow.CLM; snow-dominated catchment; climate change
2016WINational CompetitiveDetection of sewage contamination in urban areas of the Great LakesFederal: $240,000
Non-Federal: $250,510
Sandra McLellan, Steve Corsisewage pollution, optical sensor technology
2015CONational CompetitiveTrace Organic Contaminants (TOrCs) in Urban Stormwater and Performance of Urban Bioretention Systems: a Field and Modeling StudyFederal: $249,960
Non-Federal: $253,099
Christopher Higgins, Edward Furlong, Terri Hogue, John McCrayurban stormwater quality, best management practice performance, urban hydrology models
2015ILNational CompetitiveUsing bioavailability to assess pyrethroid insecticide toxicity in urban sedimentsFederal: $249,329
Non-Federal: $250,978
Michael Lydy, Amanda Harwood, Kara Huff Hartz, Samuel NutileBioavailability, toxicity, pyrethroid, urban, benthic invertebrates, risk assessment
2015SCNational CompetitiveHuman and Ecological Health Impacts Associated with Water Reuse: Engineered Systems for Removing Priority Emerging ContaminantsFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $250,771
Susan Richardson, Dionysios Dionysiou, Daniel Schlenkwater reuse, emerging contaminants, advanced oxidation, toxicology
2015SDNational CompetitiveHydrologic Life Cycle Impact of Mountain Pine Bark Beetle InfestationsFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $250,000
James Stone, Scott Kenner, Heidi SieverdingMountain Pine Beetle, Watershed Management, Dissolved Organic Carbon, Life Cycle Assessment, Disinfection By-Products
2014IANational CompetitiveDevelopment of a Comprehensive Hazard to Loss Modeling Methodology for the Residential Damage Associated with Inland Flooding from North Atlantic Tropical CyclonesFederal: $248,556
Non-Federal: $249,182
Gabriele Villarini, Jeffery Czajkowski, Erwann MichelKerjanflood, tropical cyclones, losses, claims, NFIP, inland flood risk modeling
2014INNational CompetitiveCan there ever be enough? Analysis of the adoption, penetration and effectiveness of urban stormwater best management practicesFederal: $246,254
Non-Federal: $246,324
Laura Bowling, Linda Prokopystormwater, Best Management Practices, water quality, social norms
2014MDNational CompetitiveEnvironmental Concentrations and Exposure Effects of Environmental Gestagens on a Sentinel Teleost FishFederal: $238,055
Non-Federal: $238,811
Edward Orlando, Michael Meyer, Patrick PhillipsEmerging Contaminants, Pharmaceuticals, Wastewater Treatment, Contraceptives, Hormone Replacement Therapy
2014NENational CompetitiveNitrate Mediated Mobilization of Naturally Occurring Uranium in GroundwaterFederal: $230,839
Non-Federal: $236,661
Karrie Weber, Daniel Snownitrate, uranium, groundwater
2014OKNational CompetitiveHydrogeophysics and Geochemistry of the Boone Aquifer in the Vicinity of the Tar Creek Superfund Site, Ottawa County, OKFederal: $86,543
Non-Federal: $86,543
Kumar Ramachandran, Cas Bridge, Bryan TappTar Creek Superfund Site, Groundwater geochemistry, Heavy Metal Contamination, Acid Mine Drainage, Electrical Resistivity Tomography
2013GANational CompetitiveIntegrated Hydrogeologic models for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in the Southeast USFederal: $249,978
Non-Federal: $257,000
Aris Georgakakos, Jian Luo
2013NDNational CompetitiveComprehensive Investigation of Hydroclimatic Changes in the North Central United StatesFederal: $121,262
Non-Federal: $124,521
Wei Lin, Peter Oduor, Karen RybergHydrology, streamflow, climate, climate change, land use, land use change, land cover, precipitation
2013WANational CompetitivePredicting the impacts of climate change on post-fire sediment generation to explore post-fire restoration strategies and associated costsFederal: $249,718
Non-Federal: $251,579
Jennifer Adam, Michael Barber, Barry Green, Balasingam Muhunthan, Molly Woodextreme hydrometeorological events erosion fire landslide
2012ALNational CompetitiveSubmarine Groundwater Discharge (SGD) Dynamics at the Gulf Shores of Alabama: Characterization of Nutrient Loading and Saltwater Intrusion using Numerical Modeling Constrained by Geophysical Field DataFederal: $35,885
Non-Federal: $35,893
Geoffrey Tick, Natasha DimovaNumerical Analysis, Nutrients, Contaminant Transport, Coastal Zone, Groundwater Hydrology, Submarine Groundwater Discharge, Saltwater Intrusion, Electrical Resistivity and Geophysical Methods
2012IANational CompetitiveWatershed scale water cycle dynamics in intensively managed landscapes: bridging the knowledge gap to support climate mitigation policiesFederal: $154,513
Non-Federal: $155,554
Thanos Papanicolaou, Keith Schilling, Douglas Schnoebelen, Christopher WilsonAgriculture Surface Runoff and Agricultural Tile Drainage; Land Use/ Land Cover (LU/LC) Changes & Urban Development, Watershed Modeling/Adaptive Watershed Management Strategies, Extreme events
2012MNNational CompetitiveUnderstanding Pesticide Photolysis in Prairie Potholes for Water Management StrategiesFederal: $102,681
Non-Federal: $102,686
William Arnoldindirect photolysis, agricultural drainage, runoff management, reconstructed wetlands
2012NYNational CompetitiveThe Remote Monitoring of Surface Velocity, Bathymetry, and DischargeFederal: $91,894
Non-Federal: $91,935
Edwin CowenMonitoring, Flowrate, Bathymetry, Surface Water Velocity, Turbulence, Remote Sensing, Quantitative Imaging, Discharge Measurement
2012ORNational CompetitiveBiological drivers of freshwater cyanobacterial harmful algal bloom extremes assessed via next-generation DNA sequencing technologyFederal: $243,835
Non-Federal: $246,791
Theo DreherCyanobacterial bloom, microcystin, geosmin, genetic identification
2012WVNational CompetitiveModeling the hydrologic response in surface mining watersheds with redesigned reclamation practicesFederal: $224,690
Non-Federal: $224,802
Leslie Hopkinson, Ben Mack, John Quarantafluvial geomorphic landform design, valley fill design
2011ALNational CompetitiveForecasting toxic cyanobacterial blooms throughout the southeastern U.S.Federal: $247,891
Non-Federal: $262,722
Alan Wilson, Kevin Schrader, Russell Wrightcyanobacteria, blue-green algae, forecasting, toxins, water quality, phytoplankton, modeling, management
2011CONational CompetitiveWater Quality Impacts of the Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation in the Rocky Mountain West: Heavy Metals and Disinfection Byproducts Federal: $140,162
Non-Federal: $140,259
John McCray, Reed Maxwellhydrogeochemistry, water treatment, mountain pine beetle, water quality, public water supplies, disinfection byproducts, metals
2011ILNational CompetitiveDetermining the Fate and Toxicity of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Associated with Coal-Tar and Other Carbonaceous Material Particles in Urban LakesFederal: $249,949
Non-Federal: $298,300
Charles Werth, Michael PlewaPolycylic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Urban Lake Sediments, Coal-tar Sealcoat, Fate, Toxicity
2011KSNational CompetitiveAquifer Storage and Recovery in Near-Surface Aquifers: Development of a New Recharge Approach Using Small-Diameter, Low-Cost WellsFederal: $177,336
Non-Federal: $178,610
Gaisheng Liu, Andrea Brookfield, James Butler, Marios Sophocleous, Donald Whittemore, Andrew ZieglerAquifer Storage and Recovery, Artificial Recharge, Direct-Push Technology, Integrated Hydrological Modeling, Recharge Wells, Infiltration Basin and Trench
2011NJNational CompetitiveDrought and Flood in the Eastern USFederal: $249,416
Non-Federal: $249,416
James Smith, Justin Sheffield, Eric Woodnon-stationary time series, spatial statistics, Delaware River Basin, Potomac River Basin, Catawba River Basin
2010AZNational CompetitiveImproving Hydrologic Investigations through Multi-Model Analysis and Discriminatory Data Collection Federal: $122,136
Non-Federal: $122,140
Paul FerreHydrology, Monitoring, Modeling
2010LANational CompetitiveHierarchical Multimodel Saltwater Intrusion Remediation and Sampling Designs: A BMA Tree ApproachFederal: $217,645
Non-Federal: $228,868
Frank Tsai, Jeff HanorRemediation Design, Sampling Design, Saltwater Intrusion, Optimization, Uncertainty
2010OKNational CompetitiveScale Dependent Phosphorus Leaching in Alluvial FloodplainsFederal: $200,000
Non-Federal: $200,000
Garey Fox, Brian Haggard, Todd Halihan, Phil Hays, Chad Penn, Andrew Sharpley, Daniel StormLeaching, Phosphorus, Preferential Flow, Riparian Floodplain
2010TXNational CompetitiveInstitutional Mechanisms for Accessing Irrigation District WaterFederal: $102,443
Non-Federal: $102,724
Ron Griffinirrigation districts, irrigation organizations, water marketing, water pricing, water policy
2010VANational CompetitiveDenitrifying bacterial community structure and diversity, and denitrification potential as affected by hydrologic design and soil properties in wetlands created in Chesapeake Piedmont, USA Federal: $60,396
Non-Federal: $60,402
Changwoo AhnDenitrification, created wetlands, wetland function, hydrologic connectivity, denitrifying bacterial community, wetland soil
2010WINational CompetitiveImplications of Climate Change and Biofuel Development for Great Lakes Regional Water Quality and QuantityFederal: $247,563
Non-Federal: $284,450
Anita Thompson, Bruno Basso, Mike Fienen, David Hyndman, Randall Jackson, K. Karthikeyan, Anthony Kendall, Brian Leporegroundwater, land use, recharge, hydrology, modeling
2009CONational CompetitiveAdjoint Modeling to Quantify Stream Flow Changes Due to Aquifer PumpingFederal: $117,847
Non-Federal: $121,998
Roseanna NeupauerStream Depletion, Adjoint Model, Modeling
2009MANational CompetitiveCharacterizing and Quantifying Recharge at the Bedrock InterfaceFederal: $174,490
Non-Federal: $181,817
David Boutt, Stephen MabeeFractured-rock aquifers, recharge, storage, groundwater availability, groundwater sustainability, well yield
2009NJNational CompetitiveDoes urbanization decrease baseflow? A historical, empirical analysis in the coastal states of Eastern United StatesFederal: $82,489
Non-Federal: $87,935
Joshua Galster, Kirk Barrettbaseflow; urbanization; imperviousness;
2009OKNational CompetitiveEastern redcedar encroachment and water cycle in tallgrass prairie Federal: $226,890
Non-Federal: $286,511
Chris Zou, Dave Engle, Sam Fuhlendorf, Don Turton, Rodney Will, Kim WintonEastern redcedar, invasion, ecosystem water use, streamflow, tall grass prairie, water supply and cycle
2009TXNational CompetitiveHydrological Drought Characterization for Texas under Climate Change, with Implications for Water Resources Planning and ManagementFederal: $235,148
Non-Federal: $242,866
Vijay Singh, Ashok MishraHydrological Drought, Climate Change, Critical Basin, Teleconnection
2009TXNational CompetitiveThe Role of Epikarst in Controlling Recharge, Water Quality and Biodiversity in Karst Aquifers: A Comparative Study between Virginia and TexasFederal: $59,300
Non-Federal: $59,299
Benjamin SchwartzEpikarst, Karst, Recharge, Water Quality, Biodiversity
2007CANational CompetitiveImproving aquifer storage recovery operation to reduce nutrient load and benefit water supplyFederal: $242,508
Non-Federal: $311,431
Andrew Fisher, Marc Los Huertos, Charles Wheataquifer storage and recovery, denitrification, surface water - ground water interactions
2007CANational CompetitiveA Bayesian approach to snow water equivalent reconstructionFederal: $61,312
Non-Federal: $62,102
Noah Molotch, Steven MargulisSnow; Data Assimilation; Remote Sensing; Modeling
2007GANational CompetitiveMulti-Scale Investigation of Seawater Intrusion and Application in Coastal GeorgiaFederal: $194,083
Non-Federal: $194,346
Jian Luo, Jian Luoseawater intusion; groundwater withdrawal; variable-density flow; transport; mixing
2007INNational CompetitiveNutrient and carbon delivery to streams in artificially drained landscapes of the Midwest: matrix flow, overland flow or macropore flow?Federal: $129,042
Non-Federal: $131,041
Philippe Vidon, Nancy Baker, Jeffrey FreyMacropore flow, tracer, tile drain, nutrients
2007MDNational CompetitiveIntegration of Stormwater Management Ponds into Urban Communities: Long-term Water Quality Protection, Wildlife, and Environmental AwarenessFederal: $187,474
Non-Federal: $187,690
Joel Snodgrass, Ryan Casey, Edward Landa, Steven Levmetals, amphibians, stormwater, groundwater, water quality, wildlife
2006ILNational CompetitiveEvaluating Alternatives for Watershed-Scale Design of BMPsFederal: $90,948
Non-Federal: $91,755
John NicklowBest Management Practices, Decision Support
2006MNNational CompetitiveApplication of Wireless and Sensor Technologies for Urban Water Quality ManagementFederal: $149,176
Non-Federal: $150,482
William Arnold, Miki Hondzo, Raymond Hozalski, Paige NovakSensor Network, Best Management Practices
2006NDNational CompetitiveCollaborative Research on In Situ Denitrification and Glyphosate Transformation in Ground Water: NAWQA Eastern Iowa Basins Study UnitFederal: $91,988
Non-Federal: $91,988
Scott Korom, Paul CapelNitrate, Denitrification, Glyphosate, Transformation, Ground Water, In Situ Study
2006NMNational CompetitiveValidation, Calibration, and Improvement of Remote Sensing ET Algorithms in Mountainous RegionsFederal: $74,795
Non-Federal: $74,795
Jan Hendrickx, Jan KleisslMountain hydrology, Evapotranspiration
2006TXNational CompetitiveAn Econometric Investigation of Urban Water Demand in the U.S.Federal: $103,683
Non-Federal: $104,972
Ron Griffinurban water use, water demand analysis, water policy, water rates
2006VANational CompetitiveGrant No. 06HQGR0189 Microtopography Effects on Vegetative and Biogeochemical Patterns in Created Wetlands: A Comparative Study to Provide Guidance for Wetland Creation and RestorationFederal: $58,115
Non-Federal: $58,117
Changwoo Ahn, Gregory NoeMicrotopography, Wetland Creation and Restoration, Plant Diversity
2006WANational CompetitiveWest-Wide Drought Forecasting System: A Scientific Foundation for NIDISFederal: $250,000
Non-Federal: $250,000
Anne Steinemann, Dennis Lettenmaier, Andrew WoodDrought Forecast, Drought Mitigation
2006WINational CompetitiveIdentifying High-Infiltration and Groundwater Recharge AreasFederal: $90,952
Non-Federal: $90,954
Stephen J. Ventura, John Norman, Cynthia StilesGeographic Information Systems, Infiltration, Groundwater Recharge
2005AZNational CompetitiveChemolithotrophic denitrification: The missing link in the biogeochemical cycle of arsenicFederal: $121,163
Non-Federal: $136,209
Reyes Sierra, James Field, Ronald OremlandArsenic speciation, arsenite, arsenate, iron, microbial oxidation, denitrification, anoxic; groundwater
2005CANational CompetitiveModel Development for Conjunctive Use Planning and Aquifer Protection in Semi-arid RegionsFederal: $98,534
Non-Federal: $98,534
William W-G. YehConjunctive planning, Optimization, Model calibration, Inverse problem, Aquifer protection, Genetic algorithm
2005CONational CompetitiveDevelopment of Characterization Approaches and a Management Tool for the Groundwater-Surface Water System in the Vicinity of Sutherland Reservoir and Gerald Gentlemen Station, Lincoln County, NebraskaFederal: $132,731
Non-Federal: $142,795
Eileen Poeter, Eileen Poetergroundwater management characterization inversion parameter-estimation data-needs-assessment
2005HINational CompetitiveCoastal Groundwater Management in the Presence of Positive Stock ExternalitiesFederal: $148,021
Non-Federal: $184,150
Kaeo Duarte, James RoumassetCoastal Aquifers, Estuarine Ecosystems, Groundwater Externalities
2005LANational CompetitiveSaltwater Intrusion Management with Conjunctive Use of Surface Water and Ground WaterFederal: $172,842
Non-Federal: $173,616
Frank Tsai, Vijay SinghManagement modeling, Saltwater Intrusion, Optimization, Conjunctive Use
2005MNNational CompetitiveAssessing the ecotoxicology of alkylphenol mixtures accross the aquatic food chainFederal: $63,014
Non-Federal: $81,257
Heiko Schoenfuss, Larry Barber, Matthew JuliusAlkylphenol, Bioassay, Fathead minnow, diatom, daphnia, wastewater
2005NDNational CompetitiveAssessing the Effectiveness of Local Water Institutions in Water ManagementFederal: $150,392
Non-Federal: $150,393
Robert Hearnewatershed districts, water institutions, water quality, water resources
2005NENational CompetitiveThe impact of rural water supply systems on property valuesFederal: $62,728
Non-Federal: $78,027
Steven Shultz, Jay Leitchrural water supply, property values, North Dakota
2004AZNational CompetitiveForward and Inverse Transient Analytic Element Models of Groundwater FlowFederal: $131,976
Non-Federal: $134,003
Shlomo NeumanGroundwater, Flow, Transient, Heterogeneity, Three-dimensional, Forward Modeling, Inverse Modeling, Analytic Element, Laplace Transform, Parallel Computation, Visualization
2004AZNational CompetitivePharmaceutically Active Compounds: Fate in Sludges and Biosolids Derived from Wastewater TreatmentFederal: $152,926
Non-Federal: $186,899
David Quanrud, Robert Arnold, Jon Chorover, Gail Cordy, Wendell ElaBiosolids, soil amendement, pharmaceutically active compounds, estrogenic activity
2004CANational CompetitiveInstitutional Re-arrangements: forging smart use water policy coalitions at the intersection of geo-technical engineering with urban open space Federal: $70,767
Non-Federal: $74,489
Helen Ingraminstitutional change, coalition formation, urban open space, watershed planning, management, policy, engineering, economic
2004FLNational CompetitiveSpace-based monitoring of wetland surface flowFederal: $158,687
Non-Federal: $158,687
Shimon WdowinskiWetlands, remote-sensing, Everglades, surface flow
2004ILNational CompetitiveDevelopment and Validation of a 3D Coupled Hydrologic-Biogeochemical Model for Evaluation of the Impact of Water-Table Management on Nitrate Loads from Tile-Drained Agricultural FieldsFederal: $108,948
Non-Federal: $115,971
Robert Hudson, Albert ValocchiBest Management Practices, Tile-Drained Fields, Conjunctive Models, Biogeochemical Models, Drainmod-N
2004ILNational CompetitiveEstimating shallow recharge and discharge in northeastern Illinois using GIS and pattern recognition procedureFederal: $91,197
Non-Federal: $91,197
Yu-Feng Lin, Albert ValocchiGroundwater Modeling, Recharge/Discharge, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Image Processing, Process, Illinois
2004ILNational CompetitiveCarbonaceous Material Fractions in Sediments and Their Effect on the Sorption and Persistence of Organic Pollutants in Small Urban WatershedsFederal: $170,956
Non-Federal: $176,261
Charles Werth, Barbara Mahler, Peter Van Metreparticle associated contaminants,hydrophobic organic pollutants, persistence, sorption
2004ILNational CompetitiveDevelopment of Water Use Benchmarks for Thermoelectric Power Generation in the United StatesFederal: $94,245
Non-Federal: $40,203
Ben Dziegielewski, Tom Bikthermoelectric water use, benchmarking
2004WANational CompetitiveCollaborative Research:Hydraulic and Geomorphic Controls on the Evolution of Cluster Bedforms in Gravel-Bed Streams Federal: $103,134
Non-Federal: $103,470
Thanos Papanicolaou, Lisa ElyRestoration, Bedforms Migration, Stage-Discharge Relations
2004WANational CompetitiveUsing environmental tracers to improve prediction of nonpoint pollutant loadings from fields to streams at multiple watershed scalesFederal: $157,586
Non-Federal: $212,360
C Keller, Richelle Allen-King, Shulin Chencatchment hydrology, environmental tracers
2004WINational CompetitiveGroundwater sustainability in a humid climate: Groundwater pumping, groundwater consumption, and land use change. Federal: $69,246
Non-Federal: $70,230
Madeline Gotkowitz, David J. Hart, Charles Dunningaquifer sustainability, groundwater use, hydrologic systems
2003CANational CompetitiveDynamics of Point and Non-Point Source Fecal Pollution from an Urban Watershed in Southern CaliforniaFederal: $159,045
Non-Federal: $250,000
Stanley Grant, Patricia Holden, Brett Sandersnon-point source pollution, fecal indicator bacteria, water quality, microbial ecology, surface water transport
2003CANational CompetitiveDistribution and toxicity of sediment-associated pesticides in the Sacramento River watershed.Federal: $199,927
Non-Federal: $199,986
Donald Weston, Michael Lydy, Chris IngersollSediment, Pyrethroid Insecticides, Non-point Source Pollution
2003MANational CompetitiveA Regional Approach to Conceptualizing Fractured-Rock Aquifer Systems for Groundwater ManagementFederal: $92,839
Non-Federal: $94,608
Stephen Mabee, Michele Cookefracture characterization, domain analysis, well yield, fractured rock aquifers, groundwater availability, groundwater mapping, borehole geophysics
2003MNNational CompetitivePhotochemistry of Antibiotics and Estrogens in Surface Waters: Persistence and PotencyFederal: $134,070
Non-Federal: $134,092
Kristopher McNeill, Deborah Swackhamerantibiotics, estrogens, photochemistry, fate, reaction kinetics
2003NYNational CompetitiveAn Assessment of New Advances in Low Streamflow Estimation and CharacterizationFederal: $154,058
Non-Federal: $154,589
Chuck KrollRisk Assessment, GIS Geographic Information Systems, Watershed Hydrology, Statistical Hydrology, Regional Hydrology
2003TXNational CompetitiveBridging the Gap Between Plankton Dynamics and Spatial Variability in Water Quality in the Guadalupe Estuary (Texas): The Importance of Freshwater PulsesFederal: $233,953
Non-Federal: $234,718
Stephen Davis, Daniel Roelkeestuary, freshwater inflows, pulsed events, salinity, nutrients, phytoplankton
2002AZNational CompetitiveAgricultural Chemicals as a Major Non-Point Source of Arsenic: Microbial Transformation of Organic ArsenicalsFederal: $137,448
Non-Federal: $166,227
James Field, A. Gandolfi, Reyes Sierra, John Garbarino, Robert WershawOrganic arsenicals, biotransformation, biodegradation, pesticide, arsenic, metabolite, detection
2002CONational CompetitiveOccurrence and Fate of Emerging Organic Chemicals in Onsite Wastewater Systems and Implications on Water Quality Management in the Rocky Mountain RegionFederal: $106,822
Non-Federal: $113,470
Robert Siegrist, John McCray, Kathryn Lowedecentralized wastewater systems, onsite wastewater treatment, emerging organic chemicals
2002GANational CompetitiveMid Infrared Water Quality Sensors for the detection of organic pollutantsFederal: $115,822
Non-Federal: $115,822
Boris Mizaikoffin-situ water quality sensor, mid-infrared evanescent wave sensor (MIR-EWS), chlorinated hydrocarbons, pesticides, molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs), sol-gels, endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs)
2002IANational CompetitiveRelationship of Nitroso Compound Formation Potential to Drinking Source Water Quality and Organic Nitrogen Precursor Source CharacteristicsFederal: $134,914
Non-Federal: $175,042
Richard ValentineContaminant, agricultural wastes, drinking water sources, disinfectant by-products
2002IANational CompetitiveAn Integrated Immunological-GIS Approach for Bio-monitoring of Ecological Impacts of Swine Manure Pollutants in StreamsFederal: $135,328
Non-Federal: $163,067
James Roth, Dusan Palic, Bruce Menzel, Clay Piercewater quality, fish, immunology, GIS, swine manure, non-point source pollution
2020AKAnnual BaseApplication of Large Scale Particle Image Velocimetry (LSPIV) in wide riversFederal: $23,428
Non-Federal: $46,856
Horacio Toniolovisual discharge, SI-LSPIV, image stitching
2020AKAnnual BaseConstructing a strontium isotope map (isoscape) for watersheds in interior Alaska with broad applications for hydrologic and wildife researchFederal: $10,300
Non-Federal: $20,600
Matthew WoollerInterior Alaska, strontium, caribou, isotopes
2020AKAnnual BaseHow far can you go? Tracking deposition of microplastics in AlaskaFederal: $36,509
Non-Federal: $73,018
Dr. Nicole Misartimicroplastics, precipitation
2020ALAnnual BaseHIGH-PERFORMANCE ADSORPTIVE MEMBRANES FUNCTIONALIZED BY SUPER-FINE POWDER ACTIVATED CARBON FOR ENHANCED REMOVAL OF LONG-CHAINED- AND SHORT-CHAINED PERFLUOROALKY SUBSTANCES (PFAS)Federal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Milad Esfahani
2020ALAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Practical, Efficient, and Inexpensive On-Site Sensor for Real-Time Effective Determination of Trihalomethanes in Treated Drinking WaterFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Evan WujcikWater Quality, Water Quality Monitoring, Disinfection, Health Effects, Distribution System, Toxic Substances, Trace Organics, Water Treatment Facilities
2020ALAnnual BaseDEVELOPMENT OF A PREDICTIVE MODEL FOR TASTE AND ODOR EPISODES IN REGIONAL DRINKING WATER RESERVOIRSFederal: $24,976
Non-Federal: $0
Brendan Higginsalgae, bacteria, water chemistry, water quality modeling, water treatment
2020ALAnnual BaseDETERMINATION OF HYDROLOGIC BEHAVIOR OF POROUS PAVEMENTS ON ALABAMA SOILFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $52,877
Frances C. O'Donnellinfiltration, rainfall-runoff models, storm water management, urban hydrology, water quality management
2020ARAnnual BaseNonpoint Source Pollution and Water Quality under Increasing Pressure from Poultry Agriculture in the Eleven Point and Lower Black River WatershedsFederal: $12,812
Non-Federal: $51,255
Allyn DoddAlgae, macroinvertebrates, microcystin, nonpoint source, nutrients, poultry, water sources, water quality
2020ARAnnual BaseIs rice as effective as barley straw or hydrogen peroxide in inhibiting cyanobacterial blooms and reducing microcystin concentrations?Federal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,058
reactive oxygen species (ROS), phenolic compounds, no lag time, toxin release, allelopathic algal control, eco-friendly, natural
2020ARAnnual BaseIntegrated Electrocoagulation-Membrane Distillation-Crystallization for Treating Hydraulic Fracturing Produced WaterFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Crystallization; Direct contact membrane distillation; Hydraulic fracturing produced water; Pretreatment
2020ARAnnual BaseMechanisms, Kinetics and Toxicity of Microcystin-LR Biodegradation by Free and Immobilized EnzymesFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
membranes, microcystin, enzymatic degradation
2020ARAnnual BaseIn Situ Harmful Algal Bloom Mitigation: Net Design to Enhance Coagulation and Photocatalytic Degradation MechanismsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $28,944
In situ treatment; retrievable net; catalysis; coagulation; titanium dioxide, harmful algal blooms; cyanotoxins
2020ARAnnual BaseWhy and When does Microcystin Exceed Recreational Guidelines at Lake Fayetteville?Federal: $12,665
Non-Federal: $25,331
Water Quality, Harmful Algal Blooms, Microcystin, Recreational Guidelines.
2020AZAnnual BaseFlow Discharge Measurements Using Small Unmanned Aerial SystemsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Dr. Jennifer DuanFloods, Discharge, LSPIV, Velocity Index, Small Unmanned Aerial Systems, Drones
2020AZAnnual BaseRemoval of Microplastics by Soil Aquifer Treatment of Reclaimed WastewaterFederal: $9,990
Non-Federal: $20,113
Dr. Charles P. GerbaMicroplastics, Soil Aquifer Treatment, Manage Aquifer Recharge
2020CAAnnual BaseGroundwater Regulation and Land Fallowing: How Does Water Salinity Impact Land Use?Federal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $18,343
Dr. Ellen M. BrunoGROUNDWATER, WATER SCARITY, AQUIFER, LAND USE
2020CAAnnual BasePrecision Irrigation Management for Optimizing In-Season and Post-Harvest Use of Limited Water in Young and Mature Almond OrchardsFederal: $12,696
Non-Federal: $35,748
Dr. Isaya Kisekkairrigation, almonds
2020CAAnnual BaseDetermining the Effect of Pricing Scructure on Urban Water Demand: A long Term Analysis of Major Water Utilities in CaliforniaFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Mehdi NematiURBAN, UTILITIES, CONSERVATION, PRICING, IRRIGATION
2020CAAnnual BaseTowards a Mechanistic Understanding of the Multi-Scale Effects on Drought on Rivervine BiodiversityFederal: $10,610
Non-Federal: $25,837
Albert Vidal Ruhidrought, hydrologic connectivity, conservation, invertebrates
2020CAAnnual BaseAssessment of Water Storage for Manament of California's Oak WoodlandsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $5,400
Margaret ZimmerOak, ecosystems, woodlands, drought, resilience, climate
2020CAAnnual BaseWater and Wildfire in California WorkshopFederal: $39,768
Non-Federal: $6,364
Doug ParkerWater Resources, fire
2020CAAnnual BasePersistence of Rate Structure Effect on Water ConsumptionFederal: $7,000
Non-Federal: $3,885
Mehdi NematiWater rates, utilities, drought, pricing
2020CAAnnual BaseAssessing Health Impacts of Impaired Water Quality in CaliforniaFederal: $19,925
Non-Federal: $25,116
Maura C. Allairewater quality, communities, drinking water, health impacts
2020COAnnual BaseAssessing Depositional Patterns and Sourcing of Floodplain Large Wood on the Colorado Front RangeFederal: $4,974
Non-Federal: $0
Katherine LiningerLogjams, Floodplains, Extreme Events
2020COAnnual BaseA Genetic Assessment of Cutthroat Trout Movement Across the Continental DivideFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Yoichiro KannoTrans-basin Diversion, Greenback Cutthroat Trout, Conservation Genetics
2020COAnnual BaseSnowpack Accumulation Model: Accounting for the Effects of Snowfall Induced Landscape ResurfacingFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Steven FassnachtSnow Accumulation, Surface Processes, Modeling
2020COAnnual BaseEvaluating the Future of Colorado's Outdoor Ice Rinks in a Changing ClimateFederal: $4,987
Non-Federal: $0
Steven FassnachtClimate change, ice skating, modeling
2020COAnnual BaseSteamboat Resort Recreational Impacts on StreamflowFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Stephanie KampfDisturbance, Recreation, Streams
2020COAnnual BaseEstablishment of Industrial Hemp Study in Western Colorado to Evaluate Consumptive Use Rates Under Irrigated ConditionsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $0
Perry CabotHemp,Consumptive Use, Drip Irrigation, Hemp Disease
2020CTAnnual BasePaleolimnology and molecular investigation to understand blooms of Didymosphenia hullii, Didymosphenia geminata, and Cymbella janischii; nuisance stalk-forming diatoms in the West Branch of the Farmington River, Connecticut, USA.Federal: $10,683
Non-Federal: $33,519
Diba A. Khan-BureauDiatoms, Didymosphenia hullii, Didymosphenia geminata, nuisance, Paleolimnology, rock snot, stalk-forming
2020CTAnnual BaseA Quantitative Assessment of the Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Algae, Cyanobacteria, Cyanotoxins, and Water Quality in Lower Bolton LakeFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,002
Christopher R. PerkinsCyanobacteria, harmful algal blooms, microcystin, monitoring
2020CTAnnual BaseVernal pool and BMP pond impacts on regional salt pollution dynamicsFederal: $24,515
Non-Federal: $49,032
Steven P. Bradyroad salt pollution; freshwater salinization; land use; BMP ponds; vernal pools
2020DCAnnual BasePerformance evaluation of membrane bioreactor (MBR) in sustainable buildings for potable water in DC area.Federal: $9,933
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Pradeep K. BeheraMembrane Bioreactor (MBR), Membrane flux, Membrane fouling
2020DCAnnual BaseUsing zebrafish to assess water health of Paint Branch Stream, an upstream tributary within the Anacostia WatershedFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,020
Victoria ConnaughtonZebrafish (Danio rerio), ecotoxicology, Anacostia
2020DCAnnual BaseA New Framework for Estimating Groundwater Recharge from Remotely Sensed Surface ObservationsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Leila Farhadirecharge, soil hydraulic parameters, soil moisture profile, remote sensing, data assimilation
2020DCAnnual BaseNext-generation effects-based monitoring of contaminants in the Anacostia and Potomac RiversFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Scott Glabermaneffects-based monitoring, contaminants, toxicity prediction
2020DCAnnual BaseImpact of high strength wastes (HSW) co-digestion with sludges on the performance of lab-scale anaerobic digesters and biogas methane potential (BMP) assays with potential to generate H2.Federal: $9,980
Non-Federal: $0
Hossain M. AzamWater Resources Recovery Facilities (WRRF); Co-digestion; Cheese whey (CW); Fat, oil & grease (FOG); Pulped food waste (PFW); Biogas methane potential (BMP); Hydrogen (H2)
2020DCAnnual BaseToxicity of organic contaminants in urban and suburban areas of the Anacostia and Potomac RiversFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,105
Stephen E. MacAvoyorganic contaminants, endocrine disruption, BPA, PAHs
2020DCAnnual BaseDeveloping a flexible modeling tool for integrated optimal control of stormwater BMPsFederal: $9,962
Non-Federal: $38,280
Arash MassoudiehGreen Infrastructure, Urban Hydrology, Water Quality, Machine Learning
2020DCAnnual BaseMonitoring E. coli, Trace metals and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Contamination in the Downstream Tributaries of the Anacostia River in Washington DC.Federal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Sania RoseSemi-volatile Organic Compounds, Water Quality, Sediment
2020DCAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Real-Time Low Flow Forecast System Based on Machine Learning MethodsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Nian Ashlee ZhangTime Series Prediction, Machine Learning, Water Quantity Prediction, Streamflow Prediction
2020DEAnnual BaseDelaware Water Resources Center Research Institute Program Annual Proposal for Fiscal Year 2020Federal: $125,000
Non-Federal: $250,000
Gerald J. Kauffman
2020FLAnnual BaseAgricultural Water Security Through Sustainable Use of the Floridan Aquifer: An Integrated Assessment of Economic and Environmental ImpactsFederal: $20,137
Non-Federal: $39,755
David KaplanWater Quality, Water Quantity, Agriculture, Economics, Modeling, Sustainability, Groundwater, Water Use, Environmental Regulation
2020FLAnnual BaseComputational fluid dynamics as a tool for urban water particulate transport and fate during infiltration through permeable systemsFederal: $29,957
Non-Federal: $52,051
John SansaloneComputational fluid dynamics, filtration, urban water cycle, sediment, particle size
2020FLAnnual BaseAssessment of coastal sustainability to (re)emerging biothreats under extreme weather eventsFederal: $19,094
Non-Federal: $40,287
Antarpreet JutlaWater Scarcity and Availability, Water Hazards and Climate Variability
2020FLAnnual BasePredictive assessment water-ecological conditions on abundance and presence of Aedes vectors in FloridaFederal: $19,094
Non-Federal: $40,287
Antarpreet JutlaWater Scarcity and Availability, Water Hazards and Climate Variability
2020GAAnnual BaseChanging flood dynamics in Southeastern rivers: consequences for water and habitat qualityFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Darold BatzerWater Quantity, Ecology, Floods/Drought
2020GAAnnual BaseMicroplastics in wastewater effluent as a vehicle for bacterial and viral transport in an urban riverFederal: $17,924
Non-Federal: $37,913
Lisa Casanova
2020GAAnnual BasePer-/Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in Two Wastewater Treatment Plants in Georgia: Significance of Precursor Transformation by Biological Treatment ProcessesFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Ching-Hua Huang
2020GAAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Storm Water Management Model for Assessing Compound Flooding Risk in Chatham CountyFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Jian Luo
2020GAAnnual BaseAssessing drought effects on consumer-mediated ecosystem processes using experimental wetlandsFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,127
Jose C. Colon-GaudMacroinvertebrates, Decomposition, Water Quality, Ecosystem Processes
2020GUAnnual BaseProduction well nitrate-N trends in the Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $27,745
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Nathan HabanaNitrate, production well, time-series trends, NGLA map series
2020GUAnnual BaseHydrologic Spatial Analysis of Basins and Suspect Sinkholes on the Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $14,772
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Nathan HabanaSurface Basins, suspected sinkholes, cumulative and secondary Impact, groundwater protection
2020GUAnnual BaseDevelopment of the Groundwater Model of the Yigo-Tumon Basin, Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $14,387
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Nathan HabanaGroundwater availability, groundwater quality
2020GUAnnual BaseA sustainable plan for stormwater management and flooding at Garapan, SaipanFederal: $29,947
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Myeong-Ho YeoExtreme events, stormwater, hydrology
2020GUAnnual BaseComprehensive hydrological database for secure water resources in Tofol watershed, Kosrae IslandFederal: $64,147
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Myeong-Ho YeoHydrology, water resources, sustainability
2020GUAnnual BaseGeospatial-temporal Analysis of Patterns and Trends of Salinity in FinegayanFederal: $13,524
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Yuming WenSalinity, GIS, modeling, Finegayan, Guam
2020GUAnnual BaseEstablishing Groundwater Protection Zones in GuamFederal: $12,240
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Yuming WenGIS, modeling, Groundwater Protection Zone, Northern Guam Len Aquifers
2020GUAnnual BaseA comprehensive review and consolidation of unpublished WERI research on the NGLA response to variations of sea level and rainfallFederal: $29,270
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Mark LanderThe Northern Guam Lens Aquifer, rainfall variations, sea level, extreme rainfall events, residence time, water table response lag times, hydrology
2020GUAnnual BasePFOS trend monitoring in Saipan production wellsFederal: $40,929
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Yong Sang KimGroundwater contamination, Production well, Perfluoroalkyl substances
2020GUAnnual BaseGuam Waterworks Authority (GWA) production-well rehabilitation assessment: Lessons Learned/Manual for Well Exploration and DevelopmentFederal: $8,496
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Yong Sang KimWell rehabilitation, hydrogeology, water production, contaminant (salinity)
2020HIAnnual BaseForecasting daily reference evapotranspiration for water resources conservations and sustainable agriculture in HawaiiFederal: $35,000
Non-Federal: $70,942
Sayed BateniForecast, Reference Evapotranspiration, Water Conservation, Sustainable Agriculture
2020HIAnnual BaseLinking watershed and groundwater management to groundwater dependent ecosystems and their linked ecological, cultural, and socio-economic valuesFederal: $60,973
Non-Federal: $75,986
Leah Bremergroundwater dependent ecosystems; submarine groundwater discharge; ecosystem services; cultural values
2020HIAnnual BaseFecal Indicators and Their Associated Health Risk in American Samoa's WatershedsFederal: $61,213
Non-Federal: $73,646
Marek KirsAmerican Samoa, water quality, microbial source tracking, pathogens, QMRA
2020HIAnnual BaseIntegrating Geological, Geophysical, Remote Sensing, and Groundwater Data into a Geothermal Resource Assessment for American SamoaFederal: $34,740
Non-Federal: $62,091
Nicole LautzeAmerican Samoa, geothermal, groundwater, geochemistry, seismology; InSAR, borehole
2020HIAnnual BaseProviding upgraded climate monitoring infrastructure in support of hydrological research in American SamoaFederal: $12,487
Non-Federal: $0
Kelley Anderson Tagarinoweather monitoring, streamflow monitoring
2020IAAnnual BaseMeasuring Impacts of Lake Management Practices on Harmful Algal Blooms using Con-tinuous Monitoring at the Iowa Great LakesFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,007
Corey Markfortharmful algal blooms, continuous monitoring, water quality buoy, aquatic vegetation management, spatial/temporal non-equilibrium dynamics
2020IAAnnual BaseNext-Generation Stage Measurement at Ungauged Locations using IoTFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Yusuf Sermetwater level measurement, elevation estimation, virtual sensor, citizen science, hydrologic data retrieval
2020IAAnnual BaseDoes food web structure modify the resilience of shallow lakes to harmful algal blooms?Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,006
Tyler ButtsEutrophication, food web structure, ecosystem resilience, shallow lakes, nutrient pollution, lake restoration
2020IAAnnual BaseStrengthening the Foundation of Agroecosystem Models for Water Research: Precision Land Surface Analysis and Machine Learningfor Enhanced Soil MapsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $17,950
Meyer Bohnspatial modeling, nutrient reduction, soil erosion, crop production, digital soil mapping, precision remote-sensing analysis, machine learning, soil carbon, soil texture, a horizon thickness, water table
2020IAAnnual BaseHydro-NPOSS: A Non-Proprietary Open-Source Software for Hydrologic Data Visualization and Model EvaluationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Navid Jadidoleslaminformatics, cyberinfrastructure, web application, data visualization, open access
2020IDAnnual BaseMulti-Criteria Stakeholder Analysis Framework for Western United States Irrigation ModernizationFederal: $14,961
Non-Federal: $29,924
Thomas PtakIrrigation Modernization, Western United States, Stakeholder Engagement and Planning
2020IDAnnual BaseSnowpack aging, evolution of snow 2H and 18O, and alteration of the snowmelt recharge signal to a multilayer aquifer system.Federal: $14,973
Non-Federal: $29,946
Jeff LangmanSnowpack Aging, Water Isotopes, snowmelt signal
2020IDAnnual BaseEngineered, Porous-Structured Biochar for Removing Phosphorus in Water: Production, Characterization, and Sustainable TreatmentFederal: $14,950
Non-Federal: $29,973
Amin MirkoueiPhosphorous Reduction, Engineered Biochar, Aquaculture, Water Quality
2020IDAnnual BaseQuantifying bed architecture and interstitial processes within granular sediment beds by laser induced fluorescenceFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,002
Ralph Budwighyporheic Flow, Biofilms, Irregular granular particles, porous media flow, sediment bed scour, Refractive index matching, Laser induced fluorescence
2020ILAnnual BaseIllinois Water Resources Center Research for Future GenerationsFederal: $27,386
Non-Federal: $8,736
Dr. Maryam Ghadirifood-energy nexus, urban resilence
2020ILAnnual BaseLow cost mycelial stabilization of coal combustion products to reduce As, and Se contamination of groundwaterFederal: $9,988
Non-Federal: $21,608
Dr. Linduo Zhaoenergy-water nexus, coal combustion products, fungal mycelium, arsenic, selenium
2020ILAnnual BaseTowards better agricultural drought assessment and irrigation management: improving the simulation and understanding of plant water stress for crops in Noah-MP land surface modelFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,001
Dr. Kaiyu Guansoil moisture, plant water stress, land surface modeling
2020ILAnnual BaseA Coupled Urban Spatial Simulation and Stormwater Runoff Model and its Implications for Physical Design: The Case of ChicagoFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Dr. Brian Dealhydrologic modeling, land-use modeling, urban stormwater, design application
2020ILAnnual BaseModeling the Effects of Green Stormwater Infrastructure Implementation on Urban Hydrology and Urban Heat Islands in IllinoisFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Dr. Lei Zhaogreen stormwater infrastructure, urban flooding, urban heat island (UHI), urban hydrology, water-energy nexus
2020ILAnnual BaseUtilizing a tracer test to calculating the transport and fate of nitrate within a saturated buffer zoneFederal: $9,887
Non-Federal: $20,350
Eric W. Petersonnitrate, denitrification, saturated buffer zone, tile water, groundwater
2020INAnnual BaseEvaluating Old Mill Ponds: Can They Provide Clean Water and Sustainable Energy?Federal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,004
Antoine AubeneauMill ponds, Water Quality, Sustainable Energy
2020INAnnual BaseA framework for optimization of green infrastructure practices selection and placement to attain runoff and water quality goals in urban watershedFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,004
Jingqiu ChenHydrologic modeling; optimization; green infrastructure; cost; runoff; water quality; urban watershed
2020INAnnual BaseBiogeochemical Cycling of Lead in Indiana WaterwaysFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,001
Jennifer LatimerBiogeochemistry, Pollution, Metals, Water Quality, River Otters
2020INAnnual BaseEvaluation of direct and contaminant-associated effects of microplastic exposure on the reproductive behavior of fishFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,009
Jess WardMicroplastics, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, reproductive behavior, wastewater treatment, fish
2020INAnnual BaseSeasonal and hydrological controls of bioavailability of organic phosphorus in agricultural drainage watersFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,681
Pierre-Andre Jacinthetile drainage, P loading, P-hydrolytic enzymes
2020INAnnual BaseMapping the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Cover Crops to Model Water Quality OutcomesFederal: $14,966
Non-Federal: $38,225
Landon YoderCover crops, spatial analysis, remote sensing, hydrological modeling
2020INAnnual BaseImpacts of urbanization on urban runoff and water quality in the contiguous U.S.Federal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $2,000
Jingqiu ChenHydrologic modeling; Hydrologic impacts; urbanization; runoff; water quality; L-THIA Tabular Tool
2020KSAnnual BaseA New Statewide System for Tracking and Forecasting DroughtFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,065
Dan Devlinforecasting, drought, web-based tracking
2020KSAnnual BaseBenthic cyanobacterial mats: A potential source of harmful and nuisance compounds to Kansas streamsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $48,243
2020KSAnnual BaseExperimental and Modeling Investigation of Fluid-Fluid and Rock-Fluid Compatibility between Arbuckle and Lansing Kansas City Formations with the Purpose of Produced Water-Exchange Between the Two Formations to Reduce both Fresh Water Usage and Water DispoFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Geological formations, produced water reuse
2020KSAnnual BaseSimulating the effects of reservoir management strategies on in-stream sediment load, streambank stability, and water quality.Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,002
Tony LayzellStreambank stability, erosion, reservoir, water quality
2020KSAnnual BaseSpatial variability and subsurface controls of groundwater recharge and nutrient mobilization in dry streamsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,002
2020KYAnnual BaseMagnetic Nanoparticles to Remove Arsenite from WaterFederal: $12,553
Non-Federal: $30,325
David Atwoodarsenite, As(III), nanoparticle, magnetic separation, remediation, water
2020KYAnnual BaseEvaluation of a New Diffusive Gradients in Thin Films Sampler for Determining Time-Averaged Concentrations of Cyanotoxins in Kentucky Water Bodies.Federal: $9,812
Non-Federal: $23,796
Elisa D'Angeloharmful algal blooms, microcystins, anatoxins, cylindrospermopsins, saxitoxins, passive samplers, DGT, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, ELISA
2020KYAnnual BaseAerobic scope in Kentucky stream fishes as a fitness indicator of climate change impactsFederal: $7,925
Non-Federal: $10,552
Richard D. Durtschemetabolic scope, standard metabolic rate, maximal metabolic rate, climate change, embryogenesis, rainbow darter, bluntnose minnow, mosquitofish
2020KYAnnual BaseAnalysis of Contaminated Karst Groundwater Supplying "Off the Grid" Religious Communities in Southcentral KentuckyFederal: $9,999
Non-Federal: $20,003
Dr. Chris Grovesgroundwater, karst, water supply, hydrogeology
2020KYAnnual BaseLawn Establishment in Kentucky: Balancing Green Lawns with Waterbody Eutrophication RisksFederal: $7,000
Non-Federal: $15,708
Brad Leefertilizers, lawn care, urban land use, nutrients, phosphorus, stormwater
2020KYAnnual BaseGeophysical imaging of ridgetop wetland-perched groundwater systemsFederal: $4,789
Non-Federal: $9,934
Dr. Jonathan Malzonewetlands, groundwater surface water interaction, electrical resistivity, perched groundwater, vernal pools
2020KYAnnual BaseA Comparison of Sedimentation Rates and Hydrological Regimes in Floodplain Wetland Easements and Natural Bottomland Forested Wetlands of Western KentuckyFederal: $5,711
Non-Federal: $11,555
Jessica B. MoonFloodplain Wetlands, Sedimentation, Hydrology, Wetland Stressors
2020KYAnnual BaseExamining Hydrogeological Dynamics of Flooding and Flow Reversals of the Green River and Major Springs of Mammoth Cave, Kentucky.Federal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Jason Polkkarst groundwater, river reversals, flooding, hydrogeology, sustainable water resources
2020KYAnnual BaseIn-situ 3D Electrical Resistivity Method for Understanding Water Dynamics in Shallow Karst FeaturesFederal: $7,047
Non-Federal: $14,333
Junfeng Zhukarst aquifer, electrical resistivity, in-situ survey, epikarst, sinkhole
2020LAAnnual BaseIdentification of Critical Sources and Loadings of Nutrients for Reducing Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake PontchartrainFederal: $15,100
Non-Federal: $30,310
Zhiqiang DengCritical Source Areas, Harmful Algal Blooms, Nutrients, Watershed
2020LAAnnual BaseIntegrated geophysical mapping of a Mississippi Flood Plain Aquifer (0-30 m): 3D seismic and 2D resistivity imagingFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,134
Juan LorenzoSand boils, groundwater flow, flooding, infrastructure, seismic, resistivity, geophysics
2020LAAnnual BaseA numerical assessment of Louisianan's surface water resource over the past three decadesFederal: $14,960
Non-Federal: $30,002
Zuo XueWRF-Hydro, Climate Change, Soil Moisture, Evapotranspiration, Lower Mississippi
2020LAAnnual BaseManaged Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Coastal LouisianaFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,002
Emad Habibwater stress, aquifer storage, recovery, modeling, floods, water quality
2020LAAnnual BaseMid-Barataria Sediment Diversion Efficiency Assessment through Computational Fluid Dynamics ModellingFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,001
Celalettin OzdemirSediment diversion, computational fluid dynamics, sediment transport modeling
2020MAAnnual BaseMicroplastic Pollution in Freshwater Systems: Impacts of Biofilm Formation on Microplastic SurfaceFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,138
Wan-Ting (Grace) ChenMicroplastic, Biofilm, Freshwater Systems, Surface Characterization
2020MAAnnual BaseThermal Regeneration Technologies for Granular Activated Carbons Laden with Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl SubstancesFederal: $50,000
Non-Federal: $99,998
Onur ApulAdsorption, Granular Activated Carbon, Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, Regeneration
2020MAAnnual BaseManganese sourcing and transport in Massachusetts groundwater: Understanding dissolution mechanisms and creating a temporally variant databaseFederal: $9,996
Non-Federal: $21,107
David Bouttmanganese, groundwater, water quality, transport, time series
2020MAAnnual BaseTesting the River Process Corridor in the Deerfield River Watershed, MassachusettsFederal: $9,844
Non-Federal: $23,300
Christine HatchRiver corridor, fluvial hazard, mapping, fluvial geomorphology, GIS
2020MAAnnual BaseInvestigating dam management impacts to downstream fluvial hydrology and temperatureFederal: $15,006
Non-Federal: $30,649
Allison Roywinter lake drawdown, hydrology, temperature, stream ecosystems
2020MDAnnual BaseUsing high-frequency data and concentration-discharge relationships to describe solute mobilization and transport in suburban and urban watersheds (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,003
Joel MooreSolutes, watershed, urban, suburban, transport, export
2020MDAnnual BaseDeveloping an isotopic fingerprint for methane from Maryland wetlandsFederal: $35,000
Non-Federal: $70,000
James FarquharMethane Emissions and Inventory, Wetlands, Clumped Isotopes, Isotopologues.
2020MDAnnual BaseApplication of Particle Image Velocimetry and Structure from Motion to reconstruct discharge hydrographs for an extreme urban floodFederal: $21,962
Non-Federal: $43,923
Andrew J. MillerParticle Image Velocimetry, PIV, Flood, Hydrograph
2020MDAnnual BaseImplications of flooding for equitable access to transportation and emergency servicesFederal: $17,278
Non-Federal: $34,951
Allison C. ReillyFlood, Emergency management, roads, communities, equity
2020MDAnnual BasePrecipitation frequency in Maryland: Investigating epistemic uncertaintyFederal: $17,278
Non-Federal: $34,951
Michelle T BensiPrecipitation, Frequency, IDF, DDF, Epistemic uncertainty
2020MEAnnual BaseData-driven support for adaptive pollution-based closure decisions in shellfish growing areas of MaineFederal: $36,000
Non-Federal: $49,725
Dr. Samuel Royshellfish, fecal borne pathogens, pollution-based closures, decision-making, public health, spatial data analytics, decision-support tools
2020MEAnnual BaseFarms and Rivers for the Future: Advancing Partnerships in the Meduxnekeag WatershedFederal: $19,523
Non-Federal: $39,817
Dr. Bridie McGreavyWatershed conservation, water quality, riparian buffers, community partnerships
2020MEAnnual Base20 years of River Restoration in Maine: Using Socio-economics and Benefit Transfer to Inform Decision-Making on Dam RemovalsFederal: $26,402
Non-Federal: $54,829
Lynne LewisDam Removal; River Restoration; Social Sciences; Monitoring; Economics
2020MIAnnual BaseImproving Ecosystem Services and Water Quality through Applied Research and Technology AdvancementsFederal: $125,000
Non-Federal: $250,089
Watershed Planning and Management, Water Quality, Water Use, Decision Support, Wetlands, Aquatic Invasive Species, Inland Lakes, Online Courses; Contaminants, PFAS, Sensors
2020MNAnnual BaseWhat drives soil health test variability in Minnesota?Federal: $9,964
Non-Federal: $21,286
Anna Catessoil organic matter, active carbon pools, soil temperature, soil moisture
2020MNAnnual BaseEnvironmental impacts of potassium acetate as an alternative deicing chemical to Lake Superior: Water chemistry and ecotoxicityFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $43,805
Chan Lan Chunchloride pollution, urban runoff, alternative deicing chemical, stormwater, and toxicity
2020MNAnnual BaseAssessing lakeshore residents' perspectives on Aquatic Invasive Species managementFederal: $24,953
Non-Federal: $34,785
Amit PradhanangaAquatic Invasive Species; Valuation; Beliefs and Values; Lakeshore Owners
2020MOAnnual BaseAdvanced Materials for Low-Cost Electronic Nitrate Sensors to Prevent Harmful Algal Blooms in Missouri Water ResourcesFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,000
Dr. Matthias YoungSensor, Nitrate-Selective, Molecular Layer Deposition, Conducting Polymer, Thin films, Crosslinking
2020MOAnnual BasePreoxidation strategies to improve treatment of algal bloom impacted source waterFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $46,383
Dr. Kimberly ParkerHarmful algal blooms; cyanotoxin; microcystin; cylindrospermopsin; chlorination; preoxidation; disinfection byproducts.
2020MOAnnual BaseAssessment of Cyanobacteria diversity and their toxigenic potential within the Little Sac Watershed ecosystem using Next Generation DNA sequencingFederal: $22,030
Non-Federal: $45,372
Dr. Babur Mirzacyanobacterial harmful algal blooms (CyanoHABs); cyanotoxins; Next-Gen DNA sequencing; qPCR
2020MSAnnual BaseInnovative Nutrient Recovery Schemes for Sustainable Agricultural SystemsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,001
Dr. Veera Gnaneswar GudeSurface Water - performance and effectiveness of innovative and established nutrients, sediment, bacteria, and storm water management methodologies, and small community wastewater treatment
2020MSAnnual BaseIrrigation Systems, Row Spacing, and Applied Fertilizer Effects on Water Use and Crop ProductivityFederal: $35,638
Non-Federal: $71,288
Dr. Gubir SinghWater Reuse and Conservation
2020MSAnnual BaseMulti-scale Evaluation of the Impact of Hydrological Extremes on Coastal Wetland VegetationFederal: $34,976
Non-Federal: $70,126
Dr. Wei WuModeling and Tool Development, Climatwe
2020MTAnnual BaseAerobic granular sludge: assessing PFAS adsorption to enhance wastewater treatment and water qualityFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Catherine Kirklandper- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, PFAS, PFOA, PFOS, aerobic granular sludge, biofilm, wastewater
2020MTAnnual BaseVanishing Glaciers & Emergent Lakes: physical and chemical constraints on aquatic ecosystem metabolismFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Ashley Ballantynenutrient and light constraints on ecosystem metabolism
2020MTAnnual BaseRapid Wetland Benefit Assessment (WBA) for Montana State and TribesFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
William KliendlEcosystem Service, Wetland, Riparian, Rapid Assessment, Delphi Survey
2020MTAnnual BaseInterdisciplinary Research on Developing a New Model for Bioelectrochemical DenitrificationFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,266
Tianyu ZhangBioelectrochemical Denitrification, Mathematical Modeling, Eutrophication
2020MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Exploring Trends in Warm Season Precipitation in the northern North American Great PlainsFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $0
Gabriel Bromley
2020MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Reproductive and life-history traits of western pearlshell mussels in MontanaFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $0
Kristen Cook
2020MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Modeling Adaptive Capacity of Water Law by Integrating Water Rights into a Hydro-economic Model: A Case Study of Instream Flow Policies in MTFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $0
Anna Crockett
2020MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: A hand-held, structure from motion, photogrammetric approach to riparian and stream assessment and monitoring of the Upper Clark Fork River, MTFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $0
Joseph Dehnert
2020MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Effects of Floodplain Shade on Hyporheic and Stream Channel TemperaturesFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $0
Katie Fogg
2020MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Developing the first river ice mapping tool for the Yellowstone RiverFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $0
Ross Palomaki
2020MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Using DNA metabarcoding techniques to evaluate responses of river food webs to heavy metals along the Clark Fork River, MontanaFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $0
Jose Sanchez Ruiz
2020NCAnnual BaseUnderstanding the FOG deposit adhesion mechanism on different sewer line surfacesFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $71,520
Joel J. DucosteSanitary sewer overflows, FOG deposits, Sustainability, Alternative binder materials, Sewer line surfaces
2020NCAnnual BaseAssessing Controls on Nutrient Loading at the Watershed Scale through Data-Driven ModelingFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $4,704
Daniel R. Obenourwatershed, nitrogen, phosphorus, modeling, BMP
2020NCAnnual BaseMultidimensional Assessment of North Carolina Community Water System VulnerabilitiesFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $57,912
Megan Mullindrinking water, community water systems, public information, decision support
2020NCAnnual BaseEffects of Extreme Flooding on Water Quality in Areas of Dense Food Animal ProductionFederal: $10,068
Non-Federal: $77,657
Jill Stewartone health, environmental change, hurricanes, flooding, Escherichia coli, antimicrobial resistance, resilience
2020NCAnnual BaseInvestigating the microbial culprits of taste/odor issues in City of Durham drinking water reservoir Lake Michie and algicidal mitigation tactics.Federal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $12,762
Dr. Ryan W. PaerlCity of Durham; drinking water odor/taste; picocyanobacteria; cyanobacteria
2020NDAnnual BaseThe ecotoxicological effects of saline water characteristics on amphibian survival and developmentFederal: $3,289
Non-Federal: $6,578
Matthew SmithSalinity; Amphibians
2020NDAnnual BaseFlood and Bathymetry Alteration Simulations Under Ice-Coverage in Red RiverFederal: $2,731
Non-Federal: $5,462
Trung Bao LeIce-coverage, Flood model, Sediment transport
2020NDAnnual BaseDoes wetland restoration affect the accumulation of glyphosate?Federal: $2,160
Non-Federal: $4,320
Jon SweetmanGlyphosate, Wetland restoration, Prairie potholes
2020NDAnnual BaseAssessment of agricultural impact on biotic components of North Dakota wetland resources using habitat suitability landscape genomics of amphibiansFederal: $4,489
Non-Federal: $8,978
Craig StockwellHabitat, Wetland, Genomics
2020NDAnnual BaseRejuvenation of Urban Streams in Cold Climate Regions Using Hydroponic Systems: A Case Study on English Coulee in Grand Forks, North DakotaFederal: $8,262
Non-Federal: $16,524
Yeo Howe LimUrban Stream, Nutrient, Algal Bloom, Dissolved Oxygen, Bioremediation, Hydroponic
2020NDAnnual BaseImpact of Subsurface Drainage and Subirrigation on Water Quality in Richland County, North DakotaFederal: $4,290
Non-Federal: $8,580
Xinhua JiaSubsurface drainage, Subirrigation, Water quality
2020NDAnnual BaseUnderstanding intra-lake seasonal and spatial variability in shallow prairie lake diatom communities: implications for paleolimnological studiesFederal: $6,816
Non-Federal: $21,625
Jon SweetmanPrairie Pothole wetlands, water chemistry, diatoms, spatial variability
2020NDAnnual BaseDevelopment of a new depression-oriented watershed hydrologic model and its application in North DakotaFederal: $7,508
Non-Federal: $23,738
Xuefeng ChuHydrologic Modeling, Watershed, Surface Topography
2020NDAnnual BaseEffectively and Practically Remove Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances from Landfill Leachate and GroundwaterFederal: $6,200
Non-Federal: $12,400
Feng Treatment; Emerging contaminants; PFOS; PFOA
2020NDAnnual BaseInfluence of habitat characteristics on amphibian stress and reproductive success in North DakotaFederal: $2,685
Non-Federal: $5,370
Matthew SmithAmphibian; Habitat; Physiochemical; Water Quality
2020NDAnnual BaseHydrological Changes Due to Recent Wetting in a Cold Region Riverine Headwaters EnvironmentFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $2,000
Taufique MahmoodHydrologic modeling, Watershed, Cold region
2020NDAnnual BaseSoil Amendment for Reducing the Runoff of Nutrients from Agricultural LandsFederal: $5,192
Non-Federal: $10,384
Feng Non-point source pollution; Nutrients; Soil amendment; Runoff
2020NDAnnual BaseUsing Coupled Human and Natural Systems for Water Resources Management in the Bakken Region of Western North DakotaFederal: $3,212
Non-Federal: $6,424
Zhulu LinHydraulic fracturing, MODFLOW, Water management
2020NDAnnual BaseFabrication of Point of Use Treatment Systems for Aqueous Arsenic and their EvaluationFederal: $11,115
Non-Federal: $34,517
Achintya N. BezbaruahArsenic, Graphene-oxide-iron-nanohybrid, Point-of-use-treatment
2020NDAnnual BaseAutomatic sensor-controlled drip irrigation under mulches for tomato and watermelon productionsFederal: $6,477
Non-Federal: $20,555
Xinhua JiaDrip irrigation, water supply, agricultural production
2020NDAnnual BaseSoil moisture mapping using Landsat data in a frigid glaciolacustrine landscape with agricultural productionFederal: $4,263
Non-Federal: $8,526
Aaron DaighSoil moisture, Weather station, Remote sensing
2020NDAnnual BaseHydraulic and hydrologic routing parameters in natural channels in North Dakota under spring snowmelt conditionsFederal: $4,647
Non-Federal: $9,294
Yeo Howe LimSnowmelt, Devil Lake, Stump Lake, Routing, HEC-RAS
2020NDAnnual BaseImprinting and hydromulch for soil erosion reduction and plant establishment in semi-arid soils disturbed from oil and gas developmentFederal: $6,875
Non-Federal: $21,673
Thomas DeSutterImprint, Hydromulch, Microtopography, Runoff
2020NDAnnual BaseRed Lake River and Red River Raw Water Quality InvestigationFederal: $2,199
Non-Federal: $4,398
Feng Surface water monitoring; Water treatment; Natural organic matter
2020NEAnnual BaseBank Filtration: An efficient and economical water treatment technology for cyanotoxins removalFederal: $11,746
Non-Federal: $23,515
2020NEAnnual BaseMonitoring of nitrate leaching at and below the crop rooting depthFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $55,802
2020NEAnnual BaseSetting nitrogen surplus benchmarks to control nitrate pollution of groundwater in the northeast NebraskaFederal: $18,954
Non-Federal: $37,175
2020NEAnnual BasePFAS exposure from WWTPs to Surface Waters and AgriculturalFederal: $19,928
Non-Federal: $39,923
2020NHAnnual BaseWater Quality and the Landscape: Long-term monitoring of rapidly developing suburban watershedsFederal: $26,672
Non-Federal: $67,143
Bill McDowellLong-term, water quality, water supply, land use change, development, nitrogen
2020NHAnnual BaseInvasive Species Detection in New Hampshire lakes and streams using Environmental DNA (eDNA) - 2020 Pilot studyFederal: $19,990
Non-Federal: $40,095
Alison WattsInvasive species, lakes, streams, eDNA
2020NHAnnual BaseWater Quality and the Landscape: Real time monitoring in the Lamprey River watershedFederal: $34,610
Non-Federal: $75,333
Bill McDowellReal-time, water quality, sensors, land use change, nitrogen, climate variability
2020NJAnnual BaseElectrochemical Device Development for Detection and Removal of Perfluorinated Substances in WaterFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,099
Joshua YoungPFAS, sensing, metal-organic frameworks
2020NJAnnual BaseSecurity and Sensitivity of Hydrological Model Forecasting to the Disruption of Sensor NetworksFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Ruo-Qian WangEnsemble Kalman Filter, data aggregation, data assimilation, flood early warning, sensor network, missing data imputation
2020NJAnnual BaseImpact of extreme precipitation events on eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) ecosystem servicesFederal: $4,995
Non-Federal: $9,990
Janine BarrOysters, salinity, aquaculture, filtration, ecosystem services
2020NJAnnual BaseWell water microbiome and its relation to nontuberculous mycobacteria in New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Sophia BlancOpportunistic pathogens, Drinking water, Nontuberculous mycobacteria, Microbial community
2020NJAnnual BaseAssessment of Spent Lithium-ion Batteries on Surface Water Quality: Delineating Baseline Level Changes of Lithium, Cobalt and Lithium HexafluorophosphateFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,874
Le-qi LinLithium-ion batteries, lithium hexafluorophosphate, cobalt, lithium, water quality
2020NJAnnual BaseCarbon-Metal Nanohybrids (CMNHs)-Impregnated Reactive Electrochemical Membrane (REM) Filtration for PFAS RemovalFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,874
Qingquan MaCMNHs, REM, PFASs Removal, New Jersey
2020NJAnnual BaseEffects of Microbubble Formation on Sediment Pollutant ResuspensionFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,874
Xiaonan Shimicrobubble technology, sediment, contaminant release
2020NJAnnual BaseEffects of water table level and storm strength on the redistribution of trace metals in the Meadowlands of New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,322
Ying YaoTrace metals, Water table level, Precipitation, Estuaries, Remobilization
2020NMAnnual BaseGeographic Information System for Water Resources Research Planning and OutreachFederal: $18,139
Non-Federal: $8,344
2020NMAnnual BaseAdding snow physics to PyRANA to understand the impacts of climate change on diffuse recharge in New Mexico headwatersFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
Alex Rinehartrecharge, estimating recharge, climate change, snow modeling
2020NMAnnual BaseElectrical Resistivity Mapping of Rio Grande River-Groundwater ConnectivityFederal: $19,926
Non-Federal: $39,852
Kenneth C. Carrollwater table
2020NMAnnual BaseImproving Water Use Efficiency Using Ground-based Microwave and Optical Scintillometer Measurements of Evapotranspiration of Pecan OrchardsFederal: $29,676
Non-Federal: $59,352
Hatim M.E.Geliwater supply, evapotranspiration, semiarid regions, agricultural production, socioeconomic stability, sustainability
2020NMAnnual BaseInvestigating the effects of reservoir water releases on spawning activities of fishes in the Pecos RiverFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $16,771
Jesse E. Filbrunpelagic spawning minnows
2020NVAnnual BaseOccurrence and Mass Balance of PFAS during Wastewater TreatmentFederal: $41,236
Non-Federal: $82,348
Xuelian BaiPer- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), wastewater, wastewater treatment, water quality
2020NVAnnual BaseEngineered processes for the separation and degradation of microplastics in freshwaterFederal: $28,508
Non-Federal: $57,017
Erick BandalaMicroplastics, electrocoagulation, microfluidics, acoustic focusing, removal, degradation.
2020NVAnnual BaseDevelopment and evaluation of iron based strategies for arsenic removal in contaminated groundwaterFederal: $39,982
Non-Federal: $79,964
Lazaro Perez JorgeGeochemical Modeling, Groundwater, Column Experiments
2020NYAnnual BaseEvaluation of the effectiveness of green infrastructure for stormwater management under current and future climates in urban BuffaloFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Green infrastructure, rain gardens, infiltration, recharge, urban management, wastewater
2020NYAnnual BaseSources and Speciation of Elevated Manganese in a Surface Water Supply ReservoirFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,002
Manganese, Speciation, Sediments, Water Supply, Stable Isotopes
2020NYAnnual BaseMobile toolkit for rapid in-field screening of freshwater Harmful Algal BloomsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,066
Harmful Algal Blooms, Citizen Science, Monitoring, Microcystin, Cyanobacteria
2020NYAnnual BaseSpecies interactions may enhance resilience and ecosystem services within an urban living shoreline projectFederal: $19,681
Non-Federal: $41,007
Restoration, Bivalves, Mutualism, Carbon Sequestration, Denitrification
2020NYAnnual BaseNYSWRI Internship ProgramFederal: $12,701
Non-Federal: $0
2020OHAnnual BaseWhat role does nutrient cycling by zooplankton play in supporting HAB production in western Lake Erie?Federal: $35,572
Non-Federal: $35,867
James HoodHarmful algal blooms, nutrients, zooplankton, microzooplankton, Lake Erie, zooplankton-mediated nutrient recycling, cyanobacteria
2020OHAnnual BaseMicroorganisms and enzymes driving glyphosate degradation in Lake ErieFederal: $32,276
Non-Federal: $34,369
Mathew SaxtonGlyphosate, Eutrophication, Harmful Algal Blooms, Nonpoint Source Pollution
2020OHAnnual BaseElectrochemical sensors for microbial activities in benthic sediments: a sentry for lacustrine P biogeochemistryFederal: $35,120
Non-Federal: $39,043
John M. SenkoSediment biogeochemistry, geomicrobiology, electrochemical monitoring, internal P
2020OKAnnual BaseSoil Monitoring through UAV-Assisted Internet of Things Wireless Underground SensorsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Sabit EkinSoil monitoring; IoT sensors; UAV-assisted soil monitoring
2020OKAnnual BasePassive samplers for monitoring perfluoroalkyl substances at contaminated sitesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
David LampertPassive sampler, Sediment, PFAS, Pore water
2020OKAnnual BaseDesign of Novel Electrocoagulation Systems for Produced Water TreatmentFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Pankaj SarinElectrocoagulation, Produced Water, Water Treatment, Electrodes
2020OKAnnual BaseA new dolomite filtration technology to remove heavy metals and NORM from produced waterFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,025
Javier VilcaezTreatment of produced water; Heavy metals; NORM; Dissolved oil; Dolomite filtration; Beneficial use of produced water.
2020OKAnnual BaseInvestigation of Indicator Bacteria in Oklahoma StreamsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Jason Vogel
2020PAAnnual BaseIntegrating Water Quality and Cyanotoxin Production to Combat Harmful Algal BloomsFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $24,000
Sarah Princiottaharmful algal blooms, cyanobacteria, water quality, cyanotoxins
2020PAAnnual BaseAdaptive management in stream restoration across Pennsylvania: historical trends, recent case studies, and future directions/strategic challengesFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Benjamin Hayesadaptive management, stream restoration, best practices, fluvial processes
2020PRAnnual BaseGeomorphic evolution of the Río Grande De Añasco Lower Valley and its impact on water resourcesFederal: $23,000
Non-Federal: $16,086
Walter SilvaMorphodynamic multidimensional model iRIC, meanders evolution, geomorphologic, hydrodynamic
2020PRAnnual BaseAtrazine and glyphosate monitoring in water streams and degradation using a novel TiO2-based biopolymerFederal: $23,000
Non-Federal: $50,212
Pedro Javier TarafaAgriculture, Herbicides, Organic Compounds, Pollutants, River, Streams, Water Quality Monitoring, Water Treatment, Weeds
2020PRAnnual BaseNanotechnology-based wastewater treatment for reuse - Phase IIFederal: $23,000
Non-Federal: $11,500
Oscar J. Perales-PerezNanomaterials, Water reuse, antimicrobial capacity, biopolymer
2020RIAnnual BaseHybrid nano-bioreactors for the treatment of recalcitrant contaminants in drinking water.Federal: $11,618
Non-Federal: $26,505
Nanomaterials, biodegradation, persistent pollutants.
2020RIAnnual BaseUnderstanding Urban Water Resources and Energy Nexus in Rhode IslandFederal: $23,234
Non-Federal: $58,476
Ali Shafqat AkandaSustainability, Water-Energy Nexus, Climate, Urban Heat Island
2020RIAnnual BaseThe Applicability of South Korean Aquatic Litter Management Strategies to Rhode Island Freshwater BodiesFederal: $22,743
Non-Federal: $45,497
Elizabeth MendenhallAquatic Litter Management, Plastic, Rhode Island, South Korea
2020SCAnnual BaseIdentifying Iodine Hotspots in Freshwater of South Carolina and Their Impact on Iodinated Disinfection By-Products in Drinking WaterFederal: $23,227
Non-Federal: $64,234
Susan Richardsoniodide, iodine, surface water, disinfection by-products, DBPs, South Carolina
2020SCAnnual BaseFish dispersal as mechanism for contaminant movement in South Carolina streamsFederal: $30,190
Non-Federal: $61,097
Peter Van den HurkMulti-species experiment, Dispersal, Behavior, Ecotoxicology
2020SCAnnual BaseQuantifying the effect of instream flow on larval fish abundance in the Edisto River BasinFederal: $23,849
Non-Federal: $47,698
Luke BowerInstream flow, Edisto River, larval fish, fish assemblages
2020SDAnnual BaseUnderstanding Contaminant Transport Processes in the Madison AquiferFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Liangping LiGroundwater; Karst; Contamination; Water Supply; Conduit
2020SDAnnual BaseAssessment and Improvement of Performance of Septic Systems in Cold Climates (Year 2)Federal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Mengistu Geza NisraniSeptic Systems, Site Scale, Watershed Scale, Water quality
2020SDAnnual BaseImprovement of Denitrification Bioreactor Performance Using Weathered Woodchips and Wet-Dry Cycle Control (Year 2)Federal: $22,636
Non-Federal: $45,484
Guanghui HuaSubsurface Drainage, Nitrate, Woodchips, Denitrification Bioreactor
2020TNAnnual BaseSourcing Runoff and Chemical Origins in Urban Stormwater Runoff: An Application in Second CreekFederal: $17,190
Non-Federal: $38,783
Jon HathawayIsotopes,Urban, Pollutant Transport, Storm water, Watershed
2020TNAnnual BasePollutant Sourcing Identification in Impaired Surface WatersFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,342
Dr. Qiang HeWater quality; Pollution; Machine learning; Surface water; Watershed management
2020TNAnnual BaseDevelopment of a low-cost real-time water Quality monitoring network for rural watershedsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Dr. Alfred KalyanapuWater-Quality sensor; Sensor network, Real-time network, Low-cot sensors, Cloud-based Services
2020TNAnnual BaseDevelopment of Lentic Periphytic Algal Indies of Trophic Status Needed to Assess and Monitor the Effects of Eutrophication in Littoral Habitats of Middle and East TennesseeFederal: $6,870
Non-Federal: $13,602
Dr. Jeff LebkuecherAlgal indices, Diatoms, Soft Algae, Eutrophication
2020TNAnnual BaseOrganic acid fate and behavior in the Great Smoky Mountains National ParkFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,550
Dr. John S. SchwartzOrganic, Sulfate, Nitrate, pH, Buffering
2020TNAnnual BaseAssessing Water Quality of Rivers Feeding Riparian Wetlands in Agroecosystems: Research Supporting the Evaluation of the USDA Wetlands Reserve ProgramFederal: $4,995
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Justin MurdockNutrient Retention, Hydrology, Watershed Management
2020TXAnnual BaseImpact of climatic extremes on net subsurface discharge considering hydrologic linkage among vadose zone-unconfined aquifer-stream in Rio Grande basinFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,002
Zhuping Shengclimate extremes, hydrologic exchange, net subsurface discharge, surface-subsurface interaction
2020TXAnnual BaseImproving Surface Water Availability Estimates by Accounting for Projected Changes of Reservoir Evaporation: A Case Study in Upper Trinity River BasinFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Huilin Gaoclimate change, reservoir evaporation, water availability
2020UTAnnual BaseLeveraging LIDAR and Citizen-Science for Low-Cost, High-Resolution Snow-Depth EstimationFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $70,166
Carlos A. OrozaLIDAR, Citizen science, Snow-depth estimation
2020UTAnnual BaseDynamic, Adaptive Management of the Colorado River to Enhance Water Supply and River Ecosystem OutcomesFederal: $44,521
Non-Federal: $59,357
John Schmidtwater supply, water-supply and river-management policy, drought
2020UTAnnual BaseObtaining Lidar Data to Support Research in the Logan River WatershedFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $58,957
Bethany Neilsonsurface water hydrology, snow hydrology, karst hydrology, lidar
2020UTAnnual BaseImproving the Hydraulics of Urban FloodingFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $49,750
Zachary B. Sharpwater supply, stage discharge relationships, flooding, urban flooding
2020VIAnnual BaseRaising Awareness and Participation With a Social Media App: Reducing Terrestrial Sedimentation and Promoting Clear Coastal WatersFederal: $43,000
Non-Federal: $0
Sedimentation, Watershed, Terrestrial Sediment, Gobiidae, Cleaning Stations
2020VTAnnual BaseImpact of Storms on Lake Phytoplankton Community DynamicsFederal: $30,583
Non-Federal: $61,210
Jason Stockwellcyanobacteria blooms, phytoplankton, water, extreme events
2020VTAnnual BaseCyanobacteria bloom impacts on fish: ecological and human health considerationsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,021
Jason StockwellCyanobacteria blooms, Toxins, Fatty acids, Fish
2020VTAnnual BaseHow Much Carbon is in those Mussels? The Potential Impact of a Quagga Mussel Invasion on Energy Pathways in Lake ChamplainFederal: $35,866
Non-Federal: $71,742
Quagga mussels, zebra mussels, carbon, phosphorus, food web
2020VTAnnual BaseHydraulic Modeling to Support Vermont's Functioning Floodplain InitiativeFederal: $31,000
Non-Federal: $62,000
Hydraulic models, floodplain function, flood risk
2020WAAnnual BaseFate and Transport of Micro- and Nano-scale Plastics in Washington StateFederal: $29,993
Non-Federal: $60,834
Indranil ChowdhuryMicroplastics, Nanoscale Plastics, Treatment Plant, Fate and Transport
2020WAAnnual BaseDo snow algae and black carbon contribute to surface albedo reduction of snow and glacier surfaces in the Nooksack River Headwaters?Federal: $29,608
Non-Federal: $60,135
Alia L. Khansnowmelt, albedo, black carbon, snow algae, snow darkening, climate change
2020WAAnnual BaseFarmer adaptation to climate change may increase water use: facilitating quantification of potential increase.Federal: $29,994
Non-Federal: $59,996
Kirti Rajagopalandouble cropping, climate change, satellite imagery, Sentinel
2020WIAnnual BaseImpact of changing snow cover and frozen ground regimes on groundwater rechargeFederal: $21,466
Non-Federal: $23,419
James Hurleyhydrology, water resources, groundwater recharge, snow cover
2020WIAnnual BaseFate of Groundwater Phosphorus from Septic Systems Near LakesFederal: $36,223
Non-Federal: $19,923
James Hurleywater quality, septic, phosphorus, biological
2020WVAnnual BaseAddressing Challenges in Monitoring Fecal Coliforms and E. coli in Watersheds Impacted by AMDFederal: $19,923
Non-Federal: $39,921
Emily GarnerFecal indicator bacteria, acid mine drainage, fecal coliforms, viable but non-culturable
2020WVAnnual BaseDrinking Water Treatment Methods to Reduce THMFederal: $19,914
Non-Federal: $41,033
LianShin Linwater, water quality, drinking water, total trihalomethane, THM, disinfection byproducts
2020WVAnnual BasePFAS Occurrence in the Upper Ohio River BasinFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $5,200
Paul ZiemkiewiczWater, water quality, drinking water, PFAS, perfluorinated compounds, PFOS, PFOA
2020WVAnnual BaseFine Coal Sediment Transport Analysis Due to Extreme Storm EventsFederal: $19,633
Non-Federal: $40,212
Leslie Hopkinsonerosion, coal impoundments
2020WVAnnual BasePiney Creek Watershed Water Monitoring and Management ProjectFederal: $19,992
Non-Federal: $65,440
Matthew WilliamsEducation, Quality, Monitoring, TDS, Fecal, Coliforms, Flow, Hydrology, Undergraduate, Research, STEM, Outreach, Stations, Watershed
2020WYAnnual BaseNumerical simulations of the impact of cloud seeding in the Wind River Range on precipitation, snowpack, and streamflowFederal: $27,610
Non-Federal: $17,469
Bart GeertsSnowpack, Snowfall, Runoff
2020WYAnnual BaseRECYCLING CO-PRODUCED WATERS (CWS) IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $96,509
Maohong FanEnergy, Recycling, Economics
2020WYAnnual BaseUnderstanding the contribution of different microbial sources to surface water for informed management of waterborne pathogens in WyomingFederal: $12,750
Non-Federal: $227,482
Sarah CollinsWaterborne Pathogens, E. coli
2020WYAnnual BaseSediment and fisheries: an assessment to inform sediment management practices at Wyoming damsFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $84,662
Annika Walterssediment, fisheries, irrigation
2019AKAnnual BaseQuantification and Partitioning of Evapotranspiration in Arctic TundraFederal: $23,998
Non-Federal: $47,996
Jason A. Clark Echohydrology, arctic tundra, lysimeter, evapotranspiration partitioning, Alaska, shrub water balance, moss evaporation, plant-atmosphere interactions
2019AKAnnual BaseRural Alaskan households’ economic energy-water nexusFederal: $11,000
Non-Federal: $22,000
Barbara Johnson Economics, utility management, water-energy nexus
2019AKAnnual BaseLaboratory Investigation of Infiltration Process of Non-Newtonian Fluids through Porous Media in a Non-Isothermal Flow Regime for Effective Remediation of Adsorbed ContaminantsFederal: $24,998
Non-Federal: $49,996
Fawad Naseer Non-Newtonian fluid, Flow Characteristics, Non-Isothermal Flow Regime, Adsorbed Contaminant, Soil Remediation
2019AKAnnual BaseStatistical Approach to Photochemical Reactivity of Sub-Arctic Permafrost Natural Organic Matter and its Implications of Surface Water BiogeochemistryFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Kristin R. Gagne Permafrost, Organic Matter, Photochemistry, Metals
2019ALAnnual BaseSediment transport, nutrient deposition, and water quality through time for the Coosa River: The paleolimnology of Weiss Lake and Lay LakeFederal: $24,635
Non-Federal: $49,317
Matthew Waters Impoundments, Sedimentation, Geochemistry, Nutrients, Heavy Metals, Reservoir Management, Water Quality, Eutrophication
2019ALAnnual BaseBeaver Impoundments as Flow Experiments: effects of Dam Removal on Instream flow, Water Quality, and Species DiversityFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Jennifer Howeth Instream Flow, Dams, Impoundments, Water Quality, Streams, Wetlands, Fish Ecology, Crustaceans
2019ALAnnual BaseCost Optimization of Green Infrastructure for Stormwater ManagementFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $51,644
Frances C. O'Donnell Infiltration, Optimization, Sedimentation, Storm Water Management, Urban Hydrology, Water Quality Management
2019ARAnnual BaseNitroxyl – The missing link in NDMA formation in chloramine systemsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $22,789
Julian Fairey NDMA, formation pathway, chloramine, disinfection byproduct
2019ARAnnual BaseUtilization of Biodegradable Hydroponic Growth Media as a Carbon Source for Greenhouse Wastewater DenitrificationFederal: $9,803
Non-Federal: $20,333
Kristen E. Gibson hydroponics, nutrient solution, nitrogen, growth substrate, wastewater, bioreactors
2019ARAnnual BaseHerbicide Mitigation Potential of Tailwater Recovery Systems in the Cache River Critical Groundwater AreaFederal: $25,008
Non-Federal: $51,080
Cammy D. Willett Tailwater recovery, residual herbicides
2019ARAnnual BaseAssessing Water Quality and Biological Impacts of Nonpoint Source Pollution in the Eleven Point and Lower Black River WatershedsFederal: $21,223
Non-Federal: $43,129
Allyn Dodd Algae, macroinvertebrates, microcystin, nonpoint source, nutrients, poultry, water sources, water quality
2019AZAnnual BaseSolar nanofiltation for off-grid water purification in Navajo NationFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $20,019
Dr. Kerri Hickenbottom Off-grid water treatment; Membrane filtration; Electrochemical water treatment; Arsenic; Uranium
2019AZAnnual BaseA Citizen Science Approach to Monitoring Water Resources in a Vulnerable AquiferFederal: $5,125
Non-Federal: $28,058
Jennifer McIntosh Arizona, age-dating, citizen science, drought, groundwater, groundwater-surface water interface, isotopes, recharge
2019AZAnnual BaseDetecting Colorado River Tamarix phenology using publicly available satellite imagesFederal: $9,152
Non-Federal: $34,275
Temuulen Sankey Water yield reduction, begetation evapotranspiration, remote detection, satellite image classification, monitoring
2019CAAnnual BaseAssessment of water storage for management of California’s oak woodlandsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $44,600
Margaret Zimmer Oak, ecosystems, woodlands, drough, resilience, climate
2019CAAnnual BaseTowards a Mechanistic Understanding of the Multi-Scale Effects of Drought on Riverine BiodiversityFederal: $14,390
Non-Federal: $21,795
Albert Vidal Ruhi drought, hydrologic connectivity, conservation, invertebrates
2019CAAnnual BaseDetermining the Effect of Pricing Structure on Urban Water Demand: A Long-Term Analysis of Major Water Utilities in CaliforniaFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Mehdi Nemati urban, utilities, conservation, pricing, irrigation
2019CAAnnual BasePrecision Irrigation Management for Optimizing In-Season and Post-Harvest Use of Limited Water in Young and Mature Almond OrchardsFederal: $12,304
Non-Federal: $24,604
Dr. Isaya Kisekka irrigation, almonds, orchard
2019CAAnnual BaseGroundwater Regulation and Land Fallowing: How Does Water Scarcity Impact Land Use?Federal: $13,899
Non-Federal: $27,798
Dr. Ellen M. Bruno groundwater, water scarcity, aquifer, land use
2019CAAnnual BaseAssessing Health Impacts of Impaired Water Quality in CaliforniaFederal: $14,980
Non-Federal: $8,163
Maura C. Allaire water quality, communities, drinking water, health impacts
2019COAnnual BaseParticipatory Mapping of Colorado Watershed Ecosystem ServicesFederal: $4,969
Non-Federal: $2,584
Kelly Jones Ecosystem Services, Participatory GIS, Wildfires
2019COAnnual BaseQuantifying Groundwater Recharge Below a Losing Stream Reach in the Denver BasinFederal: $4,992
Non-Federal: $2,596
Michael Ronayne Groundwater-Surface Water Exchange, Recharge, Aquifer Response
2019COAnnual BaseFloodplain Forest Establishment and Legacy Sediment within the Yampa River Basin, Northern ColoradoFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,600
Sara Rathburn Riparian forests, Legacy sediment, Floodplain
2019COAnnual BaseSnowmelt Modeling at Fine Scale for Mine Infiltration Estimation at SummitvilleFederal: $4,241
Non-Federal: $2,205
Steven Fassnacht Snowmelt, Fine-scale, Modeling
2019COAnnual BaseDiel Signals in Hydrologic and Chemical Signals along the North Saint VrainFederal: $4,992
Non-Federal: $2,596
Tim Covino River Function, Physiochemical Fluxes, Water Quality Monitoring, Water Quality, Water Quantity
2019COAnnual BaseThe Dynamic Nature of Snow Surface RoughnessFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,600
Steven Fassnacht Snow Surface Roughness, LIDAR
2019COAnnual BaseSelecting cost-effective water quality management practices under climate changeFederal: $4,951
Non-Federal: $2,575
Jordan Suter Water Quality, Conservation, SWAT Model
2019CTAnnual BaseNitrogen and Phosphorus Leaching from Compost-Amended LawnsFederal: $24,633
Non-Federal: $44,922
Karl Guillard Lysimeters, Percolate, Fertilizers
2019CTAnnual BaseForecasting the Resilience of Vernal Pool Exosystems to Climate-Mediated Hydrological DisruptionsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $49,867
Mark C. Urban Climate change, wetland hydrology, vernal pools, climate change refugia
2019CTAnnual BasePaleolimnology and molecular investigation to understand blooms of Didymosphenia hullii, Didymosphenia geminata, and Cymbella janischii; nuisance stalk-forming diatoms in the West Branch of the Farmington River, Connecticut, USAFederal: $14,268
Non-Federal: $57,473
Diba A. Khan-Bureau Diatoms, Didymosphenia hullii, Didymosphenia geminata, nuisance, Paleolimnology, rock snot, stalk-forming
2019DCAnnual BaseMonitoring Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the downstream tributaries of Anacostia River and Rock Creek watershed in DCFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Sania Rose Semi-volatile Organic compounds, Water Quality, Sediment
2019DCAnnual BaseConcentrations of siloxanes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and cations in urban and suburban areas of the AnacostiaFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,036
Stephen E. MacAvoy urban stream syndrome, land use change, siloxanes, PAHs
2019DCAnnual BaseResilience-Based Water Infrastructure Rehabilitation Planning in the District of ColumbiaFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Dr. Zeinab Farahmandfar Resilience, Rehabilitation, Water Infrastructure, Mulit-Hazard, Quantitative analysis, Urban Area
2019DCAnnual BaseDevelopment of Streamflow Prediction Model and Software Package for Anacostia River at Non-gauged Locations based on Bayesian ApproachFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $7,000
Dr. Amir Shahirinia Water Quantity Prediction, Streamflow Prediction, Bayesian Statistics
2019DCAnnual BaseApplication of deep reinforcement learning in optimizing the operation of biofilters in carbon and nitrogen removal from stormwaterFederal: $9,999
Non-Federal: $22,050
Arash Massoudieh Green Infrastructure, Urban Hydrology, Water Quality, Machine Learning
2019DCAnnual BaseRisk Assessment of Levees in the Face of Flood Hazards in the District of ColumbiaFederal: $9,966
Non-Federal: $13,644
Lei Wang Levee, Flood Hazard, Groundwater, Risk Assessment, Reliability, Finite Element Method, Uncertainty
2019DCAnnual BaseRunoff control performance evaluation and development of design guideline for green roof systems for District of Columbia- Phase IIFederal: $9,980
Non-Federal: $0
Dr. Pradeep K. Behera Green Infrastructure, Green Roof, Urban stormwater management, Green Roof Performance
2019DEAnnual BaseState Water Resources Research Institute Program, Delaware Water Resources Center, annual proposal for fiscal year 2019Federal: $92,335
Non-Federal: $185,696
Gerald J. Kauffman Watershed, Water Quality, Hydrology, Water Policy
2019FLAnnual BaseAgricultural water security through sustainable use of the Floridan aquifer: An integrated assessment of economic and environmental impactsFederal: $17,464
Non-Federal: $50,287
David Kaplan Water Quality, Water Quantity, Agriculture, Economics, Modeling, Sustainability, Groundwater, Water Use, Environmental Regulation
2019FLAnnual BaseEvaluation of methods for improved management of water resources within karst systemsFederal: $24,512
Non-Federal: $81,692
water flux, contaminant flux, karst
2019FLAnnual BaseComputational fluid dynamics as a tool for urban water sediment transport and fate during clarificationFederal: $21,113
Non-Federal: $11,807
John Sansalone Computational fluid dynamics, clarification, urban water, sediment, particle size
2019GAAnnual BaseImpact of beaver dams and beaver dam analogues on hydrologic and nitrate retention in Atlanta, GAFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $48,566
Dr. Sarah H. Ledford
2019GAAnnual BaseDeveloping an effective and targeted monitoring system for tracking toxic harmful algal blooms across GeorgiaFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $37,298
Deepak Mishra
2019GAAnnual BaseAssessing Georgia water resources using satellite data and novel precipitation metricsFederal: $17,942
Non-Federal: $43,934
Marshall Shepherd Water Supply
2019GUAnnual BaseComprehensive Guam and CNMI WERI-web-based comprehensive rainfall data utilityFederal: $15,076
Non-Federal: $0
climate, climate change, climate data, extreme events, water quantity, drought
2019GUAnnual BaseImprovements to sewage treatment on yap: Hydroponics and composting of waste sludgeFederal: $49,989
Non-Federal: $0
Joseph Rouse Sustainability, Hydroponics, Composting, Sludge, Reuse
2019GUAnnual BaseHydrological features and analysis in the Finegayan areaFederal: $24,931
Non-Federal: $0
Salinity, GIS, modeling, Northern Guam Len Aquifers
2019GUAnnual BasePhase-II of N-baseline data and abatement methods for the Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $20,800
Non-Federal: $0
Joseph Rouse Baseline data, aquifer, NGLA, nitrate, ammonium, contaminants, septic tank, package plant
2019GUAnnual BaseDevelopment of a GIS based imagery database for groundwater recharge areas and key reaches of streams on Guam phase IIFederal: $25,256
Non-Federal: $0
Leroy F. Heitz Stream Channel Orthophoto Database, Identifying Changes in Stream Morphology from Low level Ortho Photos, Identifying Sources of Non-Point Pollution from Low Level Ortho Photos
2019GUAnnual BaseGuam Waterworks Authority (GWA) production-well rehabilitation assessment: Lessons Learned/Manual for Well Exploration and DevelopmentFederal: $11,908
Non-Federal: $0
Well rehabilitation, hydrogeology, water production, contaminant (salinity)
2019GUAnnual BasePFOS trend monitoring in Saipan production wellsFederal: $42,687
Non-Federal: $0
Heidi Yelin Groundwater contamination, Production well, Perfluoroalkyl substances
2019HIAnnual BaseCollaborative investigation of hydraulic and geochemical connectivity between wastewaters and other land uses with the ocean watersFederal: $26,212
Non-Federal: $0
Craig R Glenn Groundwater, Coastal Pollution, OSDS
2019HIAnnual BaseProviding information and technology in support of hydrological research in American SamoaFederal: $12,500
Non-Federal: $0
Kelley Anderson Tagarino
2019HIAnnual BaseEvaluation of Pepper mild mottle viruses as a sewage marker in HawaiiFederal: $20,025
Non-Federal: $60,945
Marek Kirs viruses, wastewater treatment, microbes, water quality, source tracking
2019HIAnnual BaseEconomic activity, technological progress, and water resource utilization on OahuFederal: $26,213
Non-Federal: $72,158
Peter Fuleky index of economic activity, water demand, forecasting, eficiency
2019IDAnnual BaseAssessing the risk of emerging contaminants in managed aquifer recharge in Idaho’s Eastern Snake River PlainFederal: $14,991
Non-Federal: $29,980
Sarah Godsey Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, Managed Recharge, Emerging Contaminants, Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions
2019IDAnnual BaseSynthesis of multi-year remote sensing to model annually-recurrent snowmelt pattern from mountainous watersheds in Idaho for runoff and water supply simulationFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Russell J. Qualls Snow, Remort Sensing, Snowmelt Pattern, multiple year, Runoff, Climatology, Hydrology, Water Supply, Agriculture, Irrigation, Cooperative Extension
2019IDAnnual BaseWatershed scale assessment of water quality and nutrient retention in conservation agricultureFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Zachary Kayler Nutrient Contaminants, Watershed Assessment, Sediment Record, Modeling, Isotopes
2019IDAnnual BaseCharacterizing water-based recreationists’ perceptions of toxic metal contaminantsFederal: $14,684
Non-Federal: $29,418
Dr. Chloe Wardropper Water-based recreation, health belifes, risk perceptions, metal contamination, education
2019ILAnnual BaseEstimating residential hot water use from smart electricity dataFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Ashlynn S. Stillwell electricity, water heating, energy-water nexus, data analytics, data disaggregation
2019ILAnnual BaseElectrochemically-mediated adsorption systems for selective nitrate recovery: agriculture and the water-energy nexusFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Dr. Xiao Su Nitrate recovery, electrochemical water purification, nutrient recovery and remediation, on-site waste remediation, water-energy nexus
2019ILAnnual BaseImproving denitrifying woodchip bioreactor design and management through denitrification potential testingFederal: $9,968
Non-Federal: $27,900
Dr. Laura Christianson Agricultural drainage, bioreactor, denitrification, nitrous oxide
2019ILAnnual BaseAssessment of floating gardens to improve the water quality of the Chicago RiverFederal: $9,998
Non-Federal: $20,175
Eric W. Peterson Chicago River, floating garden, urban stream syndrome, nitrate, denitrification
2019INAnnual BaseEffectiveness of wetland restoration in mitigating extreme streamflows under future climate change in the White River Watershed of IndianaFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,080
Bangshuai Han Climate Change, Modeling, White River Watershed, Wetland, Flooding, Droughts
2019INAnnual BaseCharacterizing aquifer geometries in northern Indiana by profiling the buried bedrock surface with geophysical techniquesFederal: $14,994
Non-Federal: $31,032
Robin Rupp groundwater, aquifer geometry, water quality
2019INAnnual BaseUsing sedimentary lipid biomarkers to track historical changes to Lake MichiganFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $45,000
Dr. Melissa A. Berke Aquatic Communities, Lake Michigan, Ecosystem Change, Sediments, Biomarkers
2019INAnnual BaseImpacts of urban ecosystem services on human health and water quantity and quality in Northwestern Indiana communities: An unexplored opportunity to study service accessibilityFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $33,200
Brady S. Hardiman terrestrial hydrologic ecosystem services, accessibility, urban region
2019INAnnual BaseCreating a high resolution hydrologic model for simulating and forecasting floods in the Wabash River BasinFederal: $14,990
Non-Federal: $29,996
Venkatesh Merwade Flooding, Wabash River Basin, Hydrologic Modeling, ICPR
2019KSAnnual BaseDetermining if riparian buffer strip age impacts phosphorus retention potentialFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,065
Colby Moorberg Buffer strips, phosphorus
2019KSAnnual BaseEvaluation of the geomorphological adjustment of a meandering, alluvial river subject to streambank stabilization structuresFederal: $14,985
Non-Federal: $29,980
Tricia Moore Sedimentation, Streambank Stabilization
2019KSAnnual BaseStochastic forecasting of Harmful Algae Blooms in Cheney ReservoirFederal: $15,133
Non-Federal: $30,437
Aleksey Sheshukov Harmful Algae Blooms, HABs, modeling, nutrient inflows
2019KSAnnual BaseDoes nutrient form control harmful algal bloom (HAB) toxin release?Federal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $34,602
Ted Harris Nutrients, Harmful Algal Bloom
2019KYAnnual BaseIdentification of the causes and extent of elevated groundwater methane concentrations in Eastern KentuckyFederal: $9,602
Non-Federal: $19,792
Andrea M. Erhardt stable isotopes, mining, hydraulic fracturing
2019KYAnnual BaseQuantifying the source of dissolved reactive phosphate in karst drainage of the Inner-Bluegrass using oxygen isotopesFederal: $8,800
Non-Federal: $18,130
Dr. William Ford dissolved reactive phosphorus, karst, nutrient fingerprinting, isotopes, anthropogenic disturbance, hydrology
2019KYAnnual BasePredicting harmful cyanobacteria blooms in central Kentucky lakesFederal: $9,988
Non-Federal: $20,136
Jason W. Marion cyanobacteria, blue-green algae, cyanotoxins, N:P ratio, cyanobacterial algal blooms, fluorometry, phycocyanin, microcystin, anatoxin, inland lakes, recreational water
2019KYAnnual BaseDevelopment of buoyant photocatalysts for cleaning contaminated streams and water bodiesFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Dr. Matthew J. Nee Photocatalytic degradation, Toxic discharge, Buoyant polymer substrate
2019KYAnnual BaseComparison of water loss audit methodologies in high loss Kentucky utilitiesFederal: $8,413
Non-Federal: $16,832
Scott Yost water loss auditing, nonrevenue water
2019LAAnnual BaseSimulation of air-sea-ecosystem carbon dioxide exchange in the Gulf CoastFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,029
Hongliang Zhang Carbon Dioxide, Air-Sea-Ecosystem model, Climate Change, the Gulf of Mexico
2019LAAnnual BaseA low cost and low energy consumption desalination battery for brackish and seawater treatmentFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,094
Salt water, Desalination, Agriculture, Battery
2019LAAnnual BaseQuantifying fluxes of dissolved carbon and CO2 outgassing from the Lower Mississippi River before entering the Gulf of MexicoFederal: $16,800
Non-Federal: $38,265
Y. Jun Xu River biogeochemistry, Riverine carbon, CO2 emission, Stream ecology, Non-point pollution, Mississippi River
2019LAAnnual BaseSoil and groundwater salinity measurements in the Mississippi River Alluvial Aquifer (MRAA), economic impacts, and adaptive measures to address salinity concernsFederal: $8,700
Non-Federal: $17,802
Changyoon Jeong irrigation, water, salinity, adaptation
2019LAAnnual BaseAssessing present and potential effects of cyanotoxins in south Louisiana estuariesFederal: $9,168
Non-Federal: $18,336
Beth A. Stauffer Cyanobacteria, Toxins, Estuaries, Water Quality, Salinity
2019MAAnnual BaseWireless network of smart graphene sensors for large-scale monitoring of water heavy metalsFederal: $49,998
Non-Federal: $0
wireless sensor network, smart sensor, heavy metal monitoring, graphene, microelectrode
2019MAAnnual BaseReal-time responsive nutrient loading management in urban catchments through sewer-embedded sensing and controlsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $31,435
Nutrient management, TMDL, phosphorous, real-time sensing
2019MAAnnual BaseMicrobial community characterization and pharmaceuticals analysis of agricultural soils irrigated with calcium hydroxide (lime)-treated urine from the Grow Food Northampton Community Garden in Florence, MassachusettsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Urine, composting toilet, calcium hydroxide, lime, pharmaceuticals, soil, agriculture
2019MDAnnual BaseInvestigating precipitation patterns in Maryland: Implications for infrastructure design and planningFederal: $10,110
Non-Federal: $24,090
Kaye L. Brubaker
2019MDAnnual BaseWhy is sulfate elevated in (sub)urban watersheds? Fingerprinting sources of sulfate in forested, suburban, and urban streamsFederal: $28,093
Non-Federal: $57,358
Maya Gomes Isotope Geochemistry, Anthropogenic Impacts, Sulfur Cycling, Transport Processes, Acidification, Nutrient Cycling
2019MDAnnual BaseEvaluating seasonal variations in where trees get their waterFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
2019MDAnnual BaseWhy is sulfate elevated in (sub)urban watersheds? Fingerprinting sources of sulfate in forested, suburban, and urban streamsFederal: $6,895
Non-Federal: $13,796
Maya Gomes Isotope Geochemistry, Anthropogenic Impacts, Sulfur Cycling, Transport Processes, Acidification, Nutrient Cycling
2019MDAnnual BaseDynamic measurements of flow and sediment transport through urban stream confluencesFederal: $35,000
Non-Federal: $70,000
Dr. Karen Prestegaard urban streams, bedload, river confluences
2019MEAnnual BaseCoastal Maine Estuaries (CoMEE) response to freshwater runoffFederal: $35,000
Non-Federal: $70,118
Dr. Lauren Ross Data Analysis, Estuaries, Estuarine Modeling, Fluid Mechanics, Pollutants, Rainfall-Runoff Professes, Water Quality
2019MEAnnual BaseFishy business: identifying synergies between researchers and stakeholders for improved transportation infrastructure and ecological resilience through coordinated road culvert improvementFederal: $35,000
Non-Federal: $77,805
Dr. Samuel Roy Decision models, Data Analysis, Economics, Ecosystems, Fisheries, Fluid Flow, Geographic Information Systems, Hydraulics, Instream Flow, Mathematical Models, Multiple-Objective Planning, Optimization, Planning, Risk Analysis, Rivers, Numerical Analysis
2019MIAnnual BaseDeveloping and enhancing sustainable water use of natural and agricultural systemsFederal: $34,322
Non-Federal: $99,986
Glenn O'Neil Watershed Planning and Management; Water Quality; Water Use; DSS
2019MIAnnual BaseOnline drought forecast dissemination systemFederal: $15,559
Non-Federal: $16,772
Glenn O'Neil drought monitoring, drought forecasting, online, web-based
2019MIAnnual BaseAssessing the accuracy of the Michigan EnviroImpact toolFederal: $4,902
Non-Federal: $7,593
Jason Piwarski runoff, forecasting, evaluation, photography
2019MIAnnual BasePerceptions of decision support system success: Lessons from the North Central RegionFederal: $11,339
Non-Federal: $15,432
Douglas Bessette decision support, decision making, agriculture, water resource management, evaluatio
2019MOAnnual BaseAlgae, stench, and death: are algal toxins present in Missouri fish?Federal: $21,085
Non-Federal: $42,616
Dr. Rebecca North Algal toxins; cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms (CyanoHABs); fish health; microcystin; cylindrospermopsin; agriculture; food web; fish advisories; fish consumption
2019MOAnnual BaseNonpoint source pollution mitigation in an urban watershedFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,079
Dr. Dev Niyogi water quality, nonpoint pollution, nutrients, phosphorus, algae, harmful algal blooms
2019MSAnnual BaseMicroplastics in the Mississippi River and Mississippi Sound: concentrations, sources, sizes, types, and loadings to the northern Gulf of Mexico (Year 2)Federal: $25,805
Non-Federal: $51,797
James Cizdziel surface water, portection of source water
2019MSAnnual BaseAquatic vegetation management to enhance multiple-user benefits of southeastern wetlandsFederal: $29,810
Non-Federal: $60,226
Gary N Ervin surface water
2019MTAnnual BaseAssessing the costs and benefits of beaver dam analogs to create resilience to climate change for aquatic ecosystemsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $29,999
Lisa Eby beaver, restoration, water storage, aquatic habitat, nutrients, organic carbon quantity, organic carbon quality, fish movement and composition
2019MTAnnual BaseDeveloping cloud-based tools to predict monthly streamflow in Montana using SnowCloudHydroFederal: $14,824
Non-Federal: $34,089
Eric A. Sproles Water resources, hydrology, snow, remote sensing, cloud computing, Google Earth Engine
2019MTAnnual BaseEffects of changing stream temperatures on Montana stonefly communitiesFederal: $14,953
Non-Federal: $36,637
H. Arthur Woods aquatic insects, climate change, gas exchange, gill, hypoxia, flow, oxygen, plasticity, respiration, temperature, tracheal system
2019MTAnnual BaseAquatic insect ecosystem engineering creates resource hot spots in Montana streamsFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Benjamin B. Tumolo
2019MTAnnual BaseOptimization of two-stage solids and nutrient removal wetland treatment system operating at a fish hatchery in a cold climateFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Luke Thompson
2019MTAnnual BaseThe Influence of Beavers on Amphibian Parasite Dispersal in Glacier National ParkFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Leah Joyce
2019MTAnnual BaseDynamics of changing water availability and water rights administration in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin, MTFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Holly Nesbitt
2019MTAnnual BaseQuantification of groundwater flux at a hydrothermal feature in the Yellowstone RiverFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Jesse Bunker
2019MTAnnual BasePrimary controls on nitrate use in lotic systemsFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Kimberly Bray
2019MTAnnual BaseVariation in oxygen, temperature and flow in streams and how they influence the behavior of the giant salmonfly, Pteronarcys californicaFederal: $1,750
Non-Federal: $770
Jackson H. Birrell
2019NCAnnual BaseImproving performance and examining expansion of constructed wetlands for tertiary treatment of nitrogen from domestic and municipal wastewaterFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $71,269
Michael Burchell Constructed wetlands, wastewater treatment, nitrogen, water quality
2019NCAnnual BaseHidden sediment sources: Locating and studying road-draining gullies using a geospatial model and field measurementsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $37,201
John P. Gannon Storm water, erosion, sedimentation, hydrology, remote sensing, geomorphology
2019NCAnnual BaseOccurrence of pesticides in North Carolina private drinking water wells and identification of point-of-use treatment optionsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $76,200
Detlef Knappe Groundwater quality, drinking water quality, home filtration, adsorption
2019NDAnnual BaseUnderstanding E. coli and water quality in stormwater retention and detention basins in Fargo as part of the Red River watershedFederal: $9,000
Non-Federal: $18,000
Christina L.M. Hargiss E. coli, Stormwater, Watershed
2019NDAnnual BaseDrought identification and prediction for cold climate regionsFederal: $1,962
Non-Federal: $3,924
Drought, Watershed, Cold Climate
2019NDAnnual BaseEffect of different water table levels on canola growth and quality parametersFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Halis Simsek Water table, Canola, Salinity
2019NDAnnual BaseApplication of green iron nanoparticles synthesized using barley polyphenols to combat lake eutrophicationFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $7,000
Achintya N. Bezbaruah Iron Nanoparticles, Eutrophication, Nutrient Removal
2019NDAnnual BaseEvaluation of the costs between Devils Lake flooding adaptations and Sheyenne River salinity damages resulted from Devils Lake outlet operationsFederal: $5,500
Non-Federal: $11,000
Haochi Zheng Costs, Flooding Adaptations, Policymaking
2019NDAnnual BaseAssessment of agricultural impact on biotic components of North Dakota wetland resources using landscape genomics of northern leopard frog (Rana pipiens)Federal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $15,000
Craig Stockwell Wetlands, Leopard Frog, Agricultural Impact
2019NDAnnual BaseDevelopment of a puddle-based-unit oriented SWAT (SWATPBU) model and its application in North DakotaFederal: $5,500
Non-Federal: $11,000
Hydrologic Modeling, Watershed, Surface Topography
2019NDAnnual BaseEnhanced removal of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances from waterFederal: $6,469
Non-Federal: $12,938
Feng PFAS, Organic Contaminants, Treatment
2019NDAnnual BaseInfluence of wetland water quality on amphibian stress and reproductive success in Eastern North DakotaFederal: $5,625
Non-Federal: $11,250
Matthew Smith Wetlands, Water Quality, Amphibian
2019NDAnnual BaseUsing UAV and thermal imaging to determine soil moisture in Red River ValleyFederal: $5,500
Non-Federal: $11,000
Xinhua Jia Soil Moisture, UAV, Remote Sensing
2019NDAnnual BaseFabrication of point of use treatment systems for aqueous arsenic and their evaluationFederal: $13,440
Non-Federal: $26,880
Achintya N. Bezbaruah Arsenic, Treatment, Nanoscale
2019NDAnnual BaseInterdisciplinary approach to understanding fluvial geomorphology of post-glaciolacustrine meandering rivers: a case study of the Red RiverFederal: $3,504
Non-Federal: $7,008
Stephanie S. Day Fluvial Geomorphology, Rivers, Erosion
2019NEAnnual BaseSustainability assessment of small Nebraska wastewater treatment systemsFederal: $19,652
Non-Federal: $39,761
Phil Barutha Small systems, wastewater treatment alternatives, lagoons, sustainability modeling, life cycle assessment
2019NEAnnual BaseConnecting groundwater quality to surface water quality in intensively managed landscapesFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Andrew Miller groundwater, water quality, water quantity, agriculture, restored prairie
2019NEAnnual BaseDefend and attack strategy to develop fouling-resistant reverse osmosis membranesFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Siamak Nejati Reverse osmosis, thin-film composite, interface, antibacterial, click-chemistry, chelation
2019NHAnnual BaseWater Quality and the Landscape: Long-term monitoring of rapidly developing suburban watershedsFederal: $24,806
Non-Federal: $62,392
Long-term, water quality, water supply, land use change, development, nitrogen
2019NHAnnual BaseAnthropogenic Micropollutant Inventory of Great Bay Estuary, NHFederal: $15,027
Non-Federal: $44,734
Dr. Jenna Luek Emerging Contaminants, PPCPs
2019NHAnnual BasePressure-cooked: Synergistic impacts of chemical, thermal and physical threats to native Brook troutFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $50,116
Amy M. Villamagna Habitat fragmentation, thermal barriers, water chemistry, genetics
2019NJAnnual BasePotential impact of aeromicrobes on surface waterFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,201
Kevin P. Dillon rain, algae, microbes, aquatic ecology, cyanobacteria
2019NJAnnual BaseBugs on drugs: the influence of environmental conditions on the microbial degradation of pharmaceuticals and bacterial community structure in the Raritan RiverFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Michelle Zeliph Anaerobic degradation, pharmaceuticals, wastewater, microbial community analysis
2019NJAnnual BaseDisease impact on denitrifying potential of oysters in Delaware BayFederal: $4,852
Non-Federal: $9,704
Heidi Yeh Disease, microbiome, oysters, denitrification
2019NJAnnual BaseResolving aesthetic issues and disinfection byproducts in drinking water through biofiltrationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
William R. Morales-Medina Biofiltration, drinking water, DBPs, Manganese, microbial community
2019NJAnnual BaseMonitoring chlorophyll-a concentration in New Jersey lakes using remote sensing and ground observationsFederal: $13,400
Non-Federal: $26,933
Marzi Azarderakhsh Chi-a, Water quality, remote sensing
2019NJAnnual BaseIntegrative system approach to investigate the effect of contaminant mixtures in the efficiency of bioremediation processesFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $88,539
Lucia Rodriguez-Freire mixtures, contaminants, microorganisms, treatment, exposure
2019NJAnnual BaseBiotic and abiotic transformation of fluorotelomer carboxylic acids during wastewater treatment processesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Chen Wu PFAS, activated sludge, denitrification, disinfection, toxicity
2019NJAnnual BaseIdentification and characterization of organotin pollution in Northern New Jersey EstuaryFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,005
Ran Yan Organotin, sediment, estuaries
2019NMAnnual BaseEvaluating focused aquifer recharge in arid regions using chloride profile analysisFederal: $21,173
Non-Federal: $42,369
Daniel Cadol
2019NMAnnual BaseGeographic information system for water resources research planningFederal: $57,842
Non-Federal: $26,607
2019NVAnnual BaseDegradation of emerging contaminants in treated wastewater using immobilized non-zero valent ironFederal: $28,287
Non-Federal: $55,873
Erick Bandala Emerging contaminants, treated wastewater, immobilized nano-zero valent iron
2019NVAnnual BaseEvaluation of Antibiotic Resistance Genes (ARGS) in the Urban Wetland Exosystem: Las Vegas WashFederal: $24,953
Non-Federal: $50,972
Xuelian Bai Antibiotic resistance, antibiotic resistance genes, wastewater contaminants, urban water supply, wetland ecosystem
2019NVAnnual BaseImproving wastewater treatment using biofilms that degrade phenolic and aromatic contaminantsFederal: $27,050
Non-Federal: $52,554
Henry Sun Biodegradation, The Fenton reaction, phenolics
2019NYAnnual BaseShifts in Hudson River valley flood frequency following eastern hemlock loss and successionFederal: $5,748
Non-Federal: $0
M. Todd Walter flooding, plant hydraulic regulation, hydrologic modeling, root water uptake
2019NYAnnual BaseNYSWRI Internship ProgramFederal: $17,050
Non-Federal: $0
Education, water quality, undergraduate, internship
2019NYAnnual BaseHyperspectral drone detection of harmful algal blooms: Ground truthing new approaches for water quality assessmentFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,006
Dr. Timothy de Smet hyperspectral imaging, unmanned autonomous systems, ground truthing, water quality
2019NYAnnual BaseMicroplastic pollution in Onondaga and Skaneateles lakes in central New YorkFederal: $9,853
Non-Federal: $4,926
Charles Driscoll Microplastics, surface water, water quality, plastic pollution
2019OHAnnual BaseLinking wetland ecological functions: towards a combined-ecosystem service quantification to promote ecosystem health in Lake ErieFederal: $39,710
Non-Federal: $45,282
Jorge A. Villa Coastal wetlands, carbon, nutrient retention, hydrological modeling, dissolved organic carbon, climate regulation
2019OHAnnual BaseCapillary trapping of buoyant particles by cylindrical collectors and its application in transport of floating fertilizers in overland flowFederal: $36,239
Non-Federal: $36,239
Lei Wu Nutrient transport, controlled-release fertilizers, buoyant particle, dispersion, interception, vegetation system, overland flow
2019OKAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $32,335
Non-Federal: $16,038
Kevin Wagner
2019OKAnnual BaseUnderstanding economic impacts of groundwater and soil moisture interactions in Oklahoma – A decision support tool for sustainable water managementFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Dr. Jad Ziolkowska Drought, socio-economic analysis, groundwater, soil moisture, Palmer index, geographically weighted regression, geospatial and spatio-temporal models, decision-support tool
2019OKAnnual BaseFour-step PW desalination process with zeolite and aAlumina membranesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
David Lampert Produced water, Desalination, Membrane, Filtration, Ceramic
2019OKAnnual BaseRational Design of SolarEnergy-Combined Desalination Systems for Treatment of Produced WaterFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,001
Seok-Jhin Kim Membrane, Solar evaporation, Produced water
2019OKAnnual BaseEffects of deficit irrigation on water use of warm season turfgrasses under fairway maintenanceFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,062
Charles Fontanier Conservation, Evapotranspiration, Turfgrass, Irrigation, Water Use Rate, Soil Moisture Sensing
2019PAAnnual BasePhosphorus and ammonia removal and recovery from wastewater effluentsFederal: $26,510
Non-Federal: $53,020
Acner Ronen phosphorous recovery, wastewater treatment, electrically conducting membranes
2019PAAnnual BaseLong-term water quality performance at a central pennsylvania constructed wetland designed to treat domestic sewageFederal: $19,444
Non-Federal: $38,887
Robert D. Shannon Constructed wetlands, nutrient removal
2019PAAnnual BaseLong-term effectiveness of stream restoration activitiesFederal: $20,957
Non-Federal: $41,914
Shirley E. Clark stream restoration, floodplain reconnection, stormwater management, nutrients, sediments
2019PRAnnual BaseNanotechnology-based wastewater treatment for reuseFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $21,226
Oscar J. Perales-Perez Nanomaterials, Water reuse, antimicrobial capacity, biopolymer
2019PRAnnual BaseAtrazine and glyphosate monitoring in surface water bodies in the Western Region of Puerto RicoFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $35,786
Pedro Javier Tarafa Pesticides, toxic substances, agriculture, public health, non-point sources
2019RIAnnual BaseDecreasing trihalomethanes in the providence drinking water systemFederal: $21,601
Non-Federal: $111,211
Joseph E. Goodwill
2019RIAnnual BaseProviding a new perspective on groundwater hydrometry using thermal infrared sensor equipped unmanned aerial vehicleFederal: $21,601
Non-Federal: $25,646
Soni M. Pradhanang Groundwater, TIR, SWD, UAV, coastal ponds
2019RIAnnual BaseClean drinking water in Rhode IslandFederal: $8,335
Non-Federal: $4,459
2019SCAnnual BaseTire wear particles in road runoff as non-point source microplastic pollution in SC waterwaysFederal: $31,040
Non-Federal: $62,083
Peter Van den Hurk Water quality, Environmental toxicants, Microplastics, Nonpoint pollution, Management tools
2019SCAnnual BaseFecal coliform pollution and antibiotic resistance in Sand River in Aiken, SCFederal: $11,000
Non-Federal: $22,284
Sarah Michele Harmon Watershed, nonpoint source, microbial source tracking, antibiotic resistance
2019SDAnnual BaseMitigating impacts of excess water quantity through improved soil healthFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $16,000
John McMaine Soil health, water quantity, runoff, modeling, flood mitigation
2019SDAnnual BaseEvaluating and predicting the risk of algal blooms in South Dakota lakes using remote sensing (Year 2)Federal: $24,127
Non-Federal: $48,254
Rachel McDaniel Algal blooms, algae, modeling, water quality, nutrients
2019SDAnnual BaseAssessment and improvement of performance of septic systems in cold climatesFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Stu Geza Septic systems, site scale, watershed scale, water quality
2019SDAnnual BaseImprovement of dentrification bioractor performance using weathered woodchips and wet-dry cycle controlFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,078
Guanghui Hua Subsurface drainage, nitrate, woodchips, denitrification bioreactor
2019TNAnnual BaseUnderstanding effluent movement in clayey soils when using subsurface drip dispersal to apply domestic wastewaterFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $41,210
John R. Buchanan Decentralized Wastewater Management, Subsurface Drip Dispersal, Hydraulic Loading Rate, Soil-Based Wastewater Treatment
2019TNAnnual BaseInvestigate industrial facilities storm water quality and SWPPP performanceFederal: $24,945
Non-Federal: $50,414
Maryam Salehi Storm water, water quality, BMP, industrial facilities
2019TNAnnual BaseHarmful algal blooms in critical amphibian habitats at Mammoth Cave National Park, KentuckyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Brittaney Hogan Harmful algal blooms, Lampenflora, Amphibians, Microcystin, qPCR, National PArk
2019TNAnnual BaseReal-time adaptive detention control network: An application in the Conner Creek catchmentFederal: $5,306
Non-Federal: $7,343
Aaron Akin Adaptive controls, detention, streambank erosion and protection, stormwater, watershed
2019TNAnnual BaseFrom the plot to the catchment scale: Towards the next generation of hydrodynamics - sediment transport modelsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,550
Christos P. Giannopoulos Landscape connectivity, hydrodynamics, erosion, sediment transport modeling, intensively managed landscapes
2019TNAnnual BaseFlood history from paleoflood deposits in cut bank soil profiles in Chickamaugua Reservoir, Tennessee RiverFederal: $4,790
Non-Federal: $2,443
Larry McKay Paleofloods, Holocene, Tennessee River, Chickamauga Reservoir, Extreme floods
2019TXAnnual BaseEnvironmental impacts and runoff dynamics associated with urban landscape conversionsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $17,449
Benjamin Wherley Residential landscape, runoff, turfgrass
2019TXAnnual BaseElectrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) parameter adaptation for seasonal variationsFederal: $4,950
Non-Federal: $9,900
Dr. Mark E. Everett
2019UTAnnual BaseBathymetric surveying using sonar and drones for recurring data analysisFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $0
Rollin H. Hotchkiss Sediment yield, reservoir sedimentation, bathymetric measurements
2019UTAnnual BaseNew design and analysis guidance regarding potential scour of hydraulic structures located in canals, rivers, dams, and leveesFederal: $28,394
Non-Federal: $41,053
Brian M. Crookson Public safety, potential scour
2019UTAnnual BaseCharacterizing streamflow and temperature patterns to determine impacts of summer dewatering on the Blacksmith Fork RiverFederal: $12,410
Non-Federal: $28,388
Belize Lane water supply, water management, streamflow
2019UTAnnual BaseUse of sUAS for mapping wetland flow paths and consumptive use on the San Rafael River, UtahFederal: $15,979
Non-Federal: $19,294
Alfonso Torres-Rua fish habitat, invasive vegetation, wetlands, water use, tamarisk intermountain west
2019VAAnnual BaseVirginia Water Resources Research Center Student Seed-Grant Research Proposals 2019Federal: $92,335
Non-Federal: $184,671
Stephen H. Schoenholtz Student water-resources research, water science, water policy, water management, water engineering
2019VIAnnual BaseHow much water can I get from my roof: Historical efficiency of rainwater harvesting in the Virgin IslandsFederal: $26,423
Non-Federal: $0
Gregg Guannel Rainwater harvesting, cistern, roofs, runoff coefficient, water management
2019VTAnnual BaseImpact of storms on lake phytoplankton community dynamicsFederal: $18,258
Non-Federal: $36,655
Jason Stockwell cyanobacteria blooms, phytoplankton, water, extreme events
2019VTAnnual BaseInfluence of changing lake temperatures on early life stages of freshwater whitefishes at local to global scales: modeling and experimental approachesFederal: $41,737
Non-Federal: $83,579
Taylor Stewart water temperature, reproductive phenology, bioenergetics, freshwater whitefishes
2019VTAnnual BaseResponse of phytoplankton communities to recovery from acidification in Vermont lakesFederal: $9,999
Non-Federal: $20,146
Ana M. Morales-Williams Acid deposition, algal blooms, cyanobacteria, pH, nutrients (phosphorous, nitrogen), dissolved organic carbon
2019VTAnnual BaseIdentifying drivers of change in denitrification capacity of riparian soils during the spring snowmelt/runoff periodFederal: $9,298
Non-Federal: $18,653
Brittany Lancellotti Nitrogen, denitrification, riparian soils, molecular biology techniques
2019WAAnnual BaseReuse of food processing wastewater in Washington StateFederal: $27,423
Non-Federal: $54,847
Indranil Chowdhury Food, wastewater, reuse, treatment
2019WAAnnual BaseThe contribution of water retention, nutrient loading and microbial community to mosquito breeding and West Nile virus transmission in Spokane CountyFederal: $29,251
Non-Federal: $58,502
Krisztian Magori stormwater catch basins, nutrients, microbiome, mosquitoes, West Nile virus
2019WIAnnual BaseImpact of changing snow cover and frozen ground regimes on groundwater rechargeFederal: $47,535
Non-Federal: $34,759
Steven P Loheide II Hydrology, water resources, groundwater recharge, snow cover
2019WVAnnual BaseEvaluation of a water allocation model for West VirginiaFederal: $9,786
Non-Federal: $19,963
Leslie Hopkinson water quantity modeling, water budget
2019WVAnnual BaseWRI 265 TSS sampling in the Upper Ohio River Basin & reestablishment of sampling sitesFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $41,307
Benjamin Pursglove Monongahela, Allegheny, Ohio, Rivers, Water quality, Water quantity, Modeling, Upper Ohio River Basin, Total suspended solids
2019WVAnnual BaseWRI 264 Upper Ohio River Basin data analysis and reportingFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $41,307
Benjamin Pursglove Monongahela, water quality, water quantity, Upper Ohio River Basin, mass balance, Bromide, Halogens
2019WVAnnual BaseWRI 263 Modeling water quality changes in the Monongahela River basinFederal: $19,888
Non-Federal: $41,098
J. Todd Petty Monongahela, water quality, water quantity, modeling
2019WVAnnual BaseUpdating the West Virginia State Water Budget: Quantifying monthly and seasonal water use, thresholds, and stress at the watershed-scaleFederal: $7,893
Non-Federal: $16,099
Nicolas Zegre Water use, watershed sensitivity and stress, thresholds
2019WYAnnual BaseDeveloping a framework for estimating groundwater connections to Wyoming reservoirsFederal: $8,999
Non-Federal: $95,187
Kevin Befus Wetlands, groundwater level, reservoir management, numerical modeling
2019WYAnnual BaseNumerical simulations of the impact of cloud seeding in the Wind River range on precipitation, snowpack, and streamflowFederal: $9,529
Non-Federal: $123,238
Bart Geerts
2019WYAnnual BaseTreatment of produced water and rare earth element resource cost-offsets, WyomingFederal: $4,946
Non-Federal: $29,601
Charles Nye
2019WYAnnual BaseRecycling co-produced waters (CWS) in the energy industry for economic developmentFederal: $9,450
Non-Federal: $117,064
Maohong Fan
2018AKAnnual BaseA low-cost alternative to mitigate heavy metal and phosphorus contamination in waterFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Debasmita Misra, Srijan Aggarwal, Brittany Bloodheavy metals, phosphate, water treatment, contamination, biosorption
2018AKAnnual BaseChanges and trends in snowmelt hydrology in the Alaska ArcticFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Svetlana Stuefer, Kelsey DeanArctic hydrology, snowmelt runoff, flooding, modeling
2018AKAnnual BasePhotochemical Reactivity of Sub-Arctic Permafrost Natural Organic Matter and its Implications of Surface Water BiogeochemistryFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Jennifer Guerard, Kristin GagnePermafrost, Organic Matter, Photochemistry, Metals
2018AKAnnual BaseWater quality and off-highway vehicle stream crossings in the Nelchina Recreation AreaFederal: $10,692
Non-Federal: $22,559
Roman Dial, Kristina RylandRecreation ecology, Trail erosion, Water quality, Universal Soil Loss Equation, Soil erosion, GIS
2018ALAnnual Base2018 Auburn University, AL WRRI 104(b) ProposalFederal: $17,476
Non-Federal: $35,935
Puneet Srivastava
2018ALAnnual BaseAPPLICATION OF CELLULAR CONFINEMENT SYSTEMS TO MITIGATE SEDIMENTRELATED ISSUES IN STORMWATER SYSTEMSFederal: $24,970
Non-Federal: $52,967
Jose Vasconcelos Neto, Leigh TerryStorm Water Management, Suspended sediments, Water Quality, Surface Drainage, Soil Erosion
2018ALAnnual BaseASSESSING SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN THE CLEBURNE COUNTY, ALABAMA, CHILDHOOD LEUKEMIA CLUSTERFederal: $24,890
Non-Federal: $63,767
LOCHA ASHWOOD, Ming-Kuo Leeheavy metals, radon, groundwater quality
2018ALAnnual BaseINTEGRATING SONAR AND AERIAL PHOTOGRAMMETRY TO QUANTIFY HABITAT PERSISTENCE FOR SHOAL DWELLING FISHES AND INVERTEBRATES IN RELATION TO FLOW PRESCRIPTIONS.Federal: $24,999
Non-Federal: $49,931
Thorsten Knappenberger, Elise Irwin125.Instream Flow, 110.Hydraulics, 175.Planning, 57.Decision Models, 71.Ecosystems, 206.Rivers,
2018ARAnnual BaseOvercoming adoption barriers to promote surface water irrigation in the Arkansas Delta RegionFederal: $9,920
Non-Federal: $20,385
Kent Kovacs
2018ARAnnual BaseAn In Situ Approach to Harmful Algal Blooms: Simultaneous Treatment of Cyanobacteria and Cyanotoxins in Natural Water Sources Using Catalytic Nanoparticle-Fiber NetsFederal: $24,996
Non-Federal: $51,170
Lauren Greenlee, Wen ZhangHarmful algal bloom, in situ treatment, photocatalysis
2018ARAnnual BaseQuantifying flow sources and their impacts on water quality in forested Ozark streamsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,002
Michelle Evans-White, Allyn Dodd, Erik Pollockflow regime, water sources, water chemistry
2018ARAnnual BaseDo stream phosphorus dynamics correspond with biological condition in the Lake Conway Point Remove Watershed, Arkansas?Federal: $7,677
Non-Federal: $18,708
Sally Entrekin, Matt Trentman, Jennifer Tankphosphorus, streams, land use
2018ARAnnual BaseArkansas Water Resources Center - Information TransferFederal: $8,757
Non-Federal: $19,574
Brian Haggard, Erin Scottannual conference, website, electronic newsletter, social media
2018AZAnnual BaseMicroplastic Contamination in the Lower Santa Cruz RiverFederal: $8,641
Non-Federal: $17,338
Michael Bogan, David Quanrud, Drew Eppehimermicroplastic, effluent-dependent stream, fish
2018AZAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $68,441
Non-Federal: $36,616
Sharon Megdal, Jean McLain, Susanna EdenWater Policy, Stakeholder Engagement, Outreach, Water Information
2018AZAnnual BaseUsing Fresh Water Algae to Remove Lead from WaterFederal: $9,903
Non-Federal: $20,891
Robert Root, Amanda Minke, Jon Chorover, Joel Cuello, Jean McLainLead; Algae; Bioremediation; Phytochelatin
2018CAAnnual BaseSuitability of alfalfa forage crops for winter groundwater rechargeFederal: $11,165
Non-Federal: $6,364
Helen DahlkeWater conservation, water use, groundwater, sustainability
2018CAAnnual BaseWater and nitrogen use efficiencies of sub-surface drip irrigated and fertilized forage corn and sorghum in the San Joaquin Valley of CAFederal: $14,006
Non-Federal: $3,642
Nicholas ClarkWater, Nitrogen, Irrigation, Fertilizer
2018COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $37,405
Non-Federal: $0
Reagan Waskom
2018COAnnual BaseInvestigating Bi-Directional Water Exchanges Across Intact and Degraded FloodplainsFederal: $4,934
Non-Federal: $2,566
Tim CovinoHydrologic Connectivity, River Floodplain Function, River Restoration
2018COAnnual BaseDirty Snow: Turning Qualittative Assessments into Quantitative Factors for the Effect of Dust on Snow Albedo and Melt RateFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,600
Steven FassnachtAlbedo, Snowmelt Forecast
2018COAnnual BaseStreamflow Depletion on the South Platte River due to Groundwater Pumping: Analysis via Field Work and Groundwater ModelingFederal: $4,996
Non-Federal: $2,598
Ryan BaileyStreamflow, Pumping Wells, MODFLOW
2018COAnnual BaseHistory of South Platte River Riparian Ecosystem and Channel ChangeFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Jessica SaloGeospatial Analysis, Riparian Ecosystem Change, South Platte River
2018COAnnual BaseAssessment of Floodplain Storage Dynamics in ColoradoFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $13,000
Ryan Morrison
2018CTAnnual BaseQuantifying road salt impacts on forested wetland structure and function in Eastern ConnecticutFederal: $25,791
Non-Federal: $51,582
Beth Lawrence, Gary A. Robbinscation, forested wetland, groundwater, methane, road salt, vegetation
2018CTAnnual BaseFe-OM Coprecipitation and its Effects on Bioavailability of Cu and OM to DenitrifiersFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $16,000
Timothy Vadasstorm water runoff, heavy metals, denitrification
2018CTAnnual BaseNitrogen and Phosphorus Leaching from Compost-Amended LawnsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $52,443
Karl Guillard, Thomas MorrisLysimeters, Percolate, Fertilizers
2018CTAnnual BaseCTIWR Technology TransferFederal: $5,361
Non-Federal: $3,190
Michael Dietz, James Hurd
2018DCAnnual BaseInorganic geochemistry and endocrine disrupters in urban streams: quantifying links between development patterns and water chemistryFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,106
Stephen MacAvoyurban stream syndrome, land use change, endocrine disrupters
2018DCAnnual BaseDevelopment of Urban Sustainability Model for Metropolitan DC based on Population, Food, Water, Energy and InfrastructureFederal: $9,974
Non-Federal: $4,788
Lei Wang, Pradeep Behera, Bryan HiggsUrban Sustainability, Population, Water Supply, Infrastructure, Geographic Information System, Logistic Model
2018DCAnnual BaseChlorine and Chloramine Removal from Drinking Water by A Novel Polymer Resin with A Covalently Bonded Reducing AgentFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $4,800
Xueqing Song, William LiHarmful Oxidants; Chlorine; Free Radicals; DC Drinking Water
2018DCAnnual BaseUsing zebrafish to determine biological water health at Anacostias Bladensburg Waterfront ParkFederal: $9,581
Non-Federal: $20,226
Victoria ConnaughtonZebrafish (Danio rerio), ecotoxicology, Anacostia
2018DCAnnual BaseQuantifying Innovative Productive Green InfrastructureFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $4,800
Harris Trobman, Kamran ZendehdelGreen Infrastructure, Urban Agriculture , Greenroof, Productive Greenroof, Urbanization
2018DCAnnual BaseLong-term Hydraulic performance assessment of bio-retention and permeable pavement systems with and without underdrains using monitoring study and modelingFederal: $9,946
Non-Federal: $22,020
Arash MassoudiehGreen Infrastructure, Urban Hydrology, Water Quality
2018DCAnnual BaseHydraulic parameter estimation by remotely-sensed top soil moisture observations with the model reduce variational data assimilation schemeFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Leila Farhadisoil hydraulic parameters, soil moisture profile, remote sensing, data assimilation
2018DCAnnual BaseRunoff Control Performance Evaluation and Development of Design Guideline for Green Roof Systems for District of ColumbiaFederal: $9,980
Non-Federal: $4,790
Pradeep BeheraGreen Infrastructure, Green Roof, Urban stormwater management, Green Roof Performance
2018DEAnnual BaseState Water Resources Research Institute Program, Delaware Water Resources Center, Annual Proposal for Fiscal Year 2018Federal: $92,335
Non-Federal: $185,696
Gerald Kauffman
2018FLAnnual BaseComputational fluid dynamics as a tool for urban water sediment transport and fate during clarificationFederal: $16,000
Non-Federal: $32,000
John SansaloneComputational fluid dynamics, clarification, urban water, sediment, particle size
2018FLAnnual BaseFlorida Water Resources Information TransferFederal: $23,372
Non-Federal: $16,845
Kirk Hatfield, Mark Newman
2018GAAnnual BaseA Hybrid Approach of Analyzing Urban Flood Risk: A Case Study in the City of Atlanta, GAFederal: $13,008
Non-Federal: $36,860
Nirajan Dhakalfloods, modeling, flood loss, flood inundation maps, demographics, critical infrastructures
2018GAAnnual BaseDeveloping real-time sensor networks for monitoring stream water quality to improve water resource management: Year 2Federal: $17,997
Non-Federal: $36,464
Seth Wenger, Amy Rosemond, John Dowd, Phillip Bumpersreal-time monitoring, conductivity, urban streams, sensor network
2018GAAnnual BaseEnhanced human mtDNA assays for fecal source tracking applicationsFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Joe BrownSource tracking, methods, mtDNA
2018GAAnnual BaseEffects of storm surge on coastal storm water systems in GeorgiaFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Hermann Fritzcoastal hazards, storm water, storm surge
2018GUAnnual BaseGuam Waterworks Authority (GWA) production-well rehabilitation assessment: Lessons Learned/Manual for Well Exploration and DevelopmentFederal: $10,090
Non-Federal: $0
YongSang Kim, Nathan Habana, John JensonWell rehabilitation, hydrogeology, water production, contaminant (salinity, TCE)
2018GUAnnual BaseDevelopment of a GIS Based Imagery Database for Groundwater Recharge Areas and Key Reaches of Streams on GuamFederal: $6,980
Non-Federal: $0
Nathan Habana, Leroy HeitzGroundwater education workshop, GIS training workshop, geospatial visualization, aquifer models
2018HIAnnual Base3rd Conference on Water Resource Sustainability on Tropical IslandsFederal: $6,999
Non-Federal: $2,905
Darren LernerWater Resource Sustainability Conference Symposium
2018HIAnnual BaseEvaluation of Pepper mild mottle viruses as a sewage marker in HawaiiFederal: $20,017
Non-Federal: $56,057
Marek Kirsviruses, wastewater treatment, microbes, water quality, source tracking
2018HIAnnual BaseSolving the Silica Conundrum in Hawaiian Streams and Groundwaters using Non-Traditional Isotope GeochemistryFederal: $14,137
Non-Federal: $64,374
Olivier Rouxel, Nicole Lautze, Eric De Carlosilica concentration, groundwater, geothermal, hydrological flow
2018HIAnnual BaseEconomic activity, technological progress, and water resource utilization on OahuFederal: $25,792
Non-Federal: $52,591
Peter Fuleky, Kimberly Burnettindex of economic activity, water demand, forecasting, efficiency
2018HIAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Communications- HIFederal: $15,190
Non-Federal: $22,345
Darren Lerner
2018IAAnnual Base2018-2019 Iowa Water Center Information Transfer ProjectFederal: $34,803
Non-Federal: $37,704
Richard Cruse, Melissa Miller
2018IAAnnual BaseThe Economic Benefits of Mitigating Harmful Algal Blooms in IowaFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
YauHuo Shr, Catherine Kling, Chuan Tang, Wendong ZhangHarmful algal blooms, hypoxic zones, nutrient reduction, economic valuation
2018IAAnnual BaseSpatial Potential for Enhanced In-field Denitrification from Perennial Vegetative Filter StripsFederal: $4,790
Non-Federal: $27,346
Daniel Linton, Bradley MillerCritical source area, perennial vegetation, filter strips, potential denitrification, spatial analysis
2018IDAnnual BasePost-fire phosphorus availability and mobility in forest soils and the effects on water qualityFederal: $14,923
Non-Federal: $29,847
Erin Brooks, Daniel StrawnDroughts, wildfire, nutrient availability, smoke pollution
2018IDAnnual BaseToward Understanding Current and Future Pressures on Water Supply/Use in the Eastern Snake Plain: Spatial Patterns of Drought, Sectorial Competition, Excess Nutrients and Water-Energy InterconnectionsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,028
Karen Humes, John AbatzoglouDrought, Water Scarcity, Water Use by Sector and Water Right Seniority, Irrigated Agriculture, Aquifer Recharge, Industrial and Residential Water Use, Water Quality, Water Treatment, Energy-Water Nexus
2018IDAnnual BaseThe Coeur d’Alene Catfish: An autonomous underwater drone for deep-water lake research.Federal: $12,666
Non-Federal: $25,333
Alan Kolok, John ShovicMetals, hypolimnion, deep lake research, environmental reconnaissance
2018IDAnnual BaseContextualizing Experiments and Eliciting Stakeholder Input from Idaho’s Water SectorFederal: $14,754
Non-Federal: $29,508
Alex MaasExperimental Economics, Understanding Water Preferences, Research through Outreach
2018IDAnnual BaseSeeing through a sediment bed: A novel transparent sediment simulant for unveiling the bed topography and interstitial processesFederal: $14,714
Non-Federal: $29,458
Daniele Tonina, Ralph BudwigHyporheic flow, Biofilms, Irregular granular particles, Porous media flow, Sediment bed scour, Refractive index matching, Particle image velocimetry, Planar laser induced fluorescence
2018IDAnnual BaseOutreach and EngagementFederal: $20,278
Non-Federal: $40,496
Mark Solomon, Alan KolokStakeholder Engagement, Outreach, Education
2018ILAnnual BaseAn experimental evaluation of the contribution of rain barrels to mosquito productionFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,098
Brian Allan, Allison Parkerrain barrel, mosquito control, green infrastructure
2018ILAnnual BaseRedefine Droughts in the U.S. Corn Belt: Stomatal conductance constraints attributable to atmospheric demand and/or soil water supplyFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Kaiyu Guan, Hyungsuk KimEddy covariance flux tower measurement, soil moisture, VPD
2018ILAnnual BaseCharacterization of harmful algal blooms using small unmanned aircraft systems and watershed analysis in southern IllinoisFederal: $9,982
Non-Federal: $19,974
Ruopu Li, Di WuHarmful algal blooms, drone, image analysis, watershed, southern Illinois
2018ILAnnual BaseGroundwater phytoremediation and biofuels production for Crab Orchard National Wildlife RefugeFederal: $9,937
Non-Federal: $19,880
Jia Liu, Md HadiuzzamanGroundwater, Phytoremediation, Biofuel, Energy Crops, Crab Orchard
2018ILAnnual BaseTransferring Water Resources Information to the People of IllinoisFederal: $43,956
Non-Federal: $25,770
Yu-Feng Lininformation transfer, community decision making
2018INAnnual BaseQuantification of tributary nutrient transport and HABs in Lake Wawasee, Indianas largest natural lakeFederal: $14,910
Non-Federal: $43,890
Nathan BoschStream Flow, Harmful Algal Blooms, Kosciusko County, Economic
2018INAnnual BaseEvaluation of sub-lethal effects of neurodegenerative cyanotoxins on predator-prey interactions in a freshwater fishFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,030
Jessica Wardneurotoxin, harmful algal bloom, predator-prey interactions, fish
2018INAnnual BaseAssessing Nutrient Sources and Usage During Harmful Algae Blooms (HAB) and Eutrophication Events Using Stable Isotopes: Implications for Water Quality in the Wabash RiverFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,322
Greg MichalskiHarmful Algae Blooms, eutrophication, nitrate, phosphorous, Wabash River
2018INAnnual BaseNutrient removal from greenhouse wastewater using a phosphorus removal structureFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,001
Hye-Ji Kim, Chad Pennnitrogen, phosphorus, eutrophication, harmful algal bloom, wastewater
2018INAnnual BaseEstimating watershed residence times in artificially-drained landscapes and relation to nutrient concentrationsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,014
Lisa Welpwatershed, land use, tile drain, flow pathway, nutrients, residence time, stable isotopes
2018KSAnnual Base2018 Governor's Water ConferenceFederal: $10,949
Non-Federal: $16,091
Dan DevlinConference
2018KSAnnual BaseStochastic Forecasting of Harmful Algae Blooms in Cheney ReservoirFederal: $14,867
Non-Federal: $30,304
Aleksey Sheshukov, Trisha MooreHarmful Algae Blooms, HABs, modeling, nutrient inflows
2018KSAnnual BaseEvaluation of the geomorphological adjustment of a meandering, alluvial river subject to streambank stabilization structures.Federal: $14,933
Non-Federal: $29,954
Tricia MooreSedimentation, Streambank Stabilization
2018KSAnnual BaseDetermining if Riparian Buffer Strip Age Impacts Phosphorus Retention PotentialFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,065
Colby MoorbergBuffer strips, phosphorus
2018KSAnnual BaseDoes Nutrient Form Control Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) toxin release?Federal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $37,099
Ted HarrisNutrients, Harmful Algal Bloom
2018KSAnnual BaseAssessing the Effectiveness of Streambank stabilization projects on the Cottonwood River using Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drones)Federal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $37,056
Tony LayzellUnmanned Aircraft Systems, UAS, streambank stabilization
2018KYAnnual BaseAssessment of MRSA presence in suburban WWTPs effluent in Lexington, KentuckyFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,100
Gail Brion, Atena AmirsoleimaniWater quality, antibiotic resistant bacteria, treated effluent, streams
2018KYAnnual BaseEvaluation of Untreated Karst Groundwater as Community Water Sources, Barren and Monroe Counties, KentuckyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Chris Groves, LeeAnn Bledsoe, Cayla Baughngroundwater, karst, water supply, hydrogeology
2018KYAnnual BaseDeveloping a Threat Assessment and Monitoring Framework for Urban KarstFederal: $4,999
Non-Federal: $11,216
Jason Polk, Rachel KaiserUrban Karst Groundwater, Superbugs, Groundwater Quality, Data-driven
2018KYAnnual BaseWater and Solute Movement in a Fragipan Soil as Modified by RyegrassFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $16,907
Christopher Matocha, Keegan Smithfragipan, water flow paths, ryegrass
2018KYAnnual BasePhosphorus Contributions to Urban Runoff from Non-Anthropogenic Animal WasteFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,437
Brad Lee, Dwayne Edwards, Gregg Munshawurban nutrient management, phosphorus, canine feces
2018KYAnnual BaseModeling impacts of seasonal land cover change on fluvial sediment loads of the Upper Floyds Fork watershed, KYFederal: $9,646
Non-Federal: $19,357
Andrew Day, Aimee Downssedimentation, water quality, land cover, soil erosion
2018KYAnnual BaseKentucky information transfer projectFederal: $44,470
Non-Federal: $84,366
Lindell Ormsbeesymposium, web sites, research translation
2018KYAnnual BaseEvaluating and Addressing Climate Awareness and Water in KentuckyFederal: $4,820
Non-Federal: $10,485
Carmen Agouridis, Lauren Cagleclimate, education, water resources
2018LAAnnual BaseDisinfection of Amoebae in Municipal Water SuppliesFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $27,669
Samuel SnowNaegleria fowleri, disinfection, amoeba, drinking water, pathogen, and treatment technologies
2018LAAnnual BaseDevelopment of Low-Cost Online Water Level Monitoring Platform Based on Capacitive SensingFederal: $13,000
Non-Federal: $29,316
Kidong Parkwater level, sensor, capacitive, real-time, online
2018LAAnnual BaseAssessing the Economic Impact of Delayed Irrigation in Agronomic CropsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,052
Stacia Davis, Krishna Paudel, Todd Spiveyirrigation, moisture, rainfall, scheduling
2018LAAnnual BaseFine-Grained Floodplain Forest Flow Paths and Source Water Mixing in Shrink-Swell Clays of a Bottomland Hardwood Forest Using Stable Isotope TracersFederal: $14,000
Non-Federal: $28,640
Richard Keimsoil water, flow paths, shrink-swell soils, adaptive management, stable
2018LAAnnual BaseEcological Consequences of Low-Level Sodium Inputs in Riparian Zones on Decomposition Processes and Inputs to Freshwater EcosystemsFederal: $11,000
Non-Federal: $25,855
Natalie Clay, Sally Entrekin, Michelle Evans-WhiteSodium, Salt, Water Quality, Riparian, Freshwater, Non Point Pollution
2018MAAnnual BaseForest land cover as a tool in water quality management: Developing a valuable addition to the Cape Cod Commission’s 208 Technologies MatrixFederal: $55,000
Non-Federal: $118,012
Ivan Valiela, Javier Lloret, Anne Reynolds, Heather McElroyNitrogen loads, nitrogen retention, water quality, groundwater, forest area, watersheds, land use spatial configuration, models, path analysis, outreach to users
2018MAAnnual BaseWater SymposiumFederal: $17,189
Non-Federal: $28,173
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2018MAAnnual BaseStrategizing for future research in current water resources topicsFederal: $3,300
Non-Federal: $13,367
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2018MDAnnual BaseUsing continuous conductivity data to investigate the temporal and spatial variability of chloride concentrations in streamsFederal: $41,299
Non-Federal: $96,580
Joel Mooreroad salt, chloride, high frequency
2018MDAnnual BaseHydrometeorological indicators of critical infrastructure resilience to climate change in Maryland: A case study in agricultureFederal: $34,956
Non-Federal: $67,113
Allison Reilly, Michelle Bensiagriculture, climate, mitigation, crop yield
2018MEAnnual BaseAddressing the mess: developing evaluative methods for group participatory decision support in riverine systemsFederal: $30,786
Non-Federal: $61,581
Sharon Klein, Bridie McGreavy, Aaron StrongDams, Rivers, Decision Models, Operation Research, Resource Planning, Energy Use and Conservation, Hydropower, Water Use Planning
2018MEAnnual BaseEstuary Margin Watershed Characterization to Compare Coastal Bacteria Pollution Vulnerability in MaineFederal: $37,818
Non-Federal: $75,672
Sean Smith, Kate Beard, Bridie McGreavy19, 22, 23, 36, 43, 48, 57, 75, 77, 78, 84, 91, 92, 144, 182, 189, 190, 207, 273, 275, 276, 257
2018MEAnnual BaseMaine Information TransferFederal: $12,776
Non-Federal: $27,248
David HartInformation transfer, outreach, education
2018MIAnnual BaseImproving nutrient management through a drainage tile monitoring programFederal: $18,836
Non-Federal: $22,053
Jeremiah Ashertile drains, monitoring, changing behaviors, phosphorus, sampling, data sharing
2018MIAnnual BaseMichigan Water Resources Continuing Education Learning ModulesFederal: $30,609
Non-Federal: $106,138
Darrell Donahue, Steven SaffermanWater Resources, Professional Education, Certification, Water Use, Policy, Water Quantity, Water Quality, Water Management
2018MIAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer Training, Dissemination and Program Development in Water ResourcesFederal: $28,532
Non-Federal: $51,950
Lois Wolfson, Ruth Kline-RobachInland Lakes, Great Lakes, Aquifers, Watershed Management; Leadership; Invasive Species; Online Education; Interactive Web-based Systems, Contaminants
2018MIAnnual BaseNutrient Loading Forecasting for Western Lake ErieFederal: $14,358
Non-Federal: $4,597
Glenn O'Neil, Margaret Kalcic, Rebecca Muenichwater quality, runoff, agriculture, algal blooms, SWAT
2018MOAnnual BaseAlgae, stench, and death: are algal toxins present in Missouri fish?Federal: $21,085
Non-Federal: $44,370
Rebecca North, Alba ArgerichAlgal toxins; cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms (CyanoHABs); fish health; microcystin; cylindrospermopsin; agriculture; food web; fish advisories; fish consumption
2018MOAnnual BaseNonpoint Source Pollution Mitigation in an Urban WatershedFederal: $21,795
Non-Federal: $43,591
Dev Niyogi, Mark Fitchwater quality, nonpoint pollution, nutrients, phosphorus, algae, harmful algal blooms
2018MOAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $34,861
Non-Federal: $69,723
Baolin Deng
2018MOAnnual BaseAdminFederal: $14,594
Non-Federal: $29,188
Baolin Deng
2018MSAnnual BaseMicroplastics in the Mississippi River and Mississippi Sound: concentrations, sources, sizes, types, and loadings to the northern Gulf of MexicoFederal: $36,166
Non-Federal: $72,352
James CizdzielSurface water,k protection of source water
2018MSAnnual BaseAquatic vegetation management to enhance multiple-user benefits of southeastern wetlandsFederal: $35,014
Non-Federal: $70,875
Gary Ervin, Lee TurnageSurface water
2018MTAnnual BaseStudent Research: Microbial reduction of selenium at the Colstrip power plantFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Hannah Koepnick
2018MTAnnual BaseStudent Research: Are Montana's Aquatic Ecosystems Becoming a "Hot Mess" Due to Climate ChangeFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $6,271
Kristen Cook
2018MTAnnual BaseStudent Research: Assessing pharmaceuticals in Montana’s waste water and drinking water to determine exposure risk, and inform targeted environmental and public health regulatory initiatives to protect Montanan communitiesFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Miranda Margetts
2018MTAnnual BaseIdentifying seasonal spatial distribution of geothermal groundwater discharge to surface water using UAV-based thermal infrared imaging, LaDuke hot springs, MT.Federal: $14,850
Non-Federal: $31,010
Jeremy Crowley, Alan English, Raja Nagisettyground water surface water interaction, geothermal systems, forward looking infrared (FLIR), unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)
2018MTAnnual BaseDeciphering the combined effects of artificial and natural water storage structures on late-season flowsFederal: $14,998
Non-Federal: $39,774
Hongyi LiBasin-scale hydrological modeling, natural water storage, artificial reservoir storage, lateseason flows, up-scaling, coordinated management
2018MTAnnual BaseReducing Acid Rock Drainage Volume using Passive Solar Evaporation IslandsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Katherine Zodrowacid mine waste, acid rock drainage, retention pond treatment, passive solar evaporation islands,
2018MTAnnual BaseStudent Research: Understanding root-microbe interactions in the rhizosphereFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Emma Raesidetreatment wetlands, plant roots, rhizosphere, aerobic microbial degradation
2018MTAnnual BaseStudent Research: Limitations to Photosynthesis in Silver Bow CreekFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $670
Isaiah Robertsonmicrobial and macrophyte photosynthesis, Clark Fork River headwaters, heavy metal toxicity
2018MTAnnual BaseStudent Research: Interactive effects of metal and nutrient cycling in the Upper Clark Fork River, MontanaFederal: $1,610
Non-Federal: $725
Kaitlin Perkins
2018NCAnnual BaseOccurrence of pesticides in North Carolina private drinking water wells and identification of point-of-use treatment optionsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $52,800
Detlef Knappe, Francis de los Reyes, Catherine LePrevostGroundwater quality, drinking water quality, home filtration, adsorption
2018NCAnnual BaseHidden sediment sources: Locating and studying road-draining gullies using a geospatial model and field measurementsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $41,870
John Gannon, Diane Styers, David Kinner, Mark LordStorm water, Erosion, Sedimentation, Hydrology, Remote Sensing, Geomorphology
2018NCAnnual BaseAdding Additional Model Years and Other Model Refinements to the Updated Neuse Estuary Eutrophication ModelFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $45,000
James Bowenwater quality, model, nutrient response, bioreactivity, organic, inorganic, nitrogen
2018NCAnnual BaseImproving performance and examining expansion of constructed wetlands for tertiary treatment of nitrogen from domestic and municipal wastewaterFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $45,000
Michael Burchell, Tarek Aziz, Francois BirgandConstructed wetlands, wastewater treatment, nitrogen, water quality
2018NCAnnual BaseWRRI Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $9,342
Non-Federal: $0
Nicole Wilkinson
2018NCAnnual BaseA Watershed Model to Understand Groundwater and Surface Water Interactions to Support Sewer Utility Resilience at the Jacksonville N.C. Forest Water Re-Use FacilityFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Elizabeth Nichols, Ge Sun, Nancy Gibson, Katherine Martinwastewater, water reuse, watershed modeling, sewer utility resilience
2018NCAnnual BasePhytoplankton Nutritional Ecology and the Eutrophication Trajectory in a Piedmont Reservoir with Elevated AmmoniumFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
JoAnn Burkholder, Nicole LindorAmmonium, cultural eutrophication, harmful phytoplankton, nutrients, potable source-water reservoir
2018NCAnnual BaseCometabolic Degradation of 1,4-Dioxane in Biologically Active Carbon Filters with Locally Enriched BiotaFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Detlef Knappe, Michael R. Hyman, Amie McElroyBiodegradation, Water Treatment, Unregulated Contaminants
2018NCAnnual BaseElectrochemical Mineralization of Perfluorooctanoic Acid and Perfluorooctanesulfonic AcidFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Mei Sun, Vivek PulikkalWater treatment, perfluoroalkyl substances, perfluorooctanoic acid, perfluorooctane sulfonic acid, electrochemical mineralization
2018NDAnnual BaseExamining the Impact of Devils Lakes Outlets on Flood Risk and Water Quality of the Sheyenne RiverFederal: $3,000
Non-Federal: $6,000
Xiaodong ZhangDevils Lake, Sheyenne River, Flood, Water quality, SWAT, HEC-RAS
2018NDAnnual BaseRestoring the Bigmouth Buffalo (Ictiobus cyprinellus), a Native Species Beneficial to Water Quality and Ecological Functioning of North Dakota’s Aquatic EcosystemsFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $16,000
Mark ClarkBigmouth Buffalo Fish, Diversity, Extinction, Water Quality
2018NDAnnual BaseAssessing Effect of Precise Evapotranspiration Measurement on Crop Coefficient and Water UseFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Xinhua JiaEvapotranspiration, Shallow groundwater, Crop
2018NDAnnual BaseImplications of Stormwater Control Measures on Hydrology of an Urban Watershed in the Fargo, ND AreaFederal: $2,900
Non-Federal: $5,800
Stephanie DayFlow regime, Stormwater control measures, Urbanization
2018NDAnnual BaseMathematical Modeling of Freshwater Harmful Algal BloomsFederal: $2,250
Non-Federal: $4,500
Halis Simsek Adaptive network-based fuzzy inference systems, Artificial neural network, Harmful algal blooms
2018NDAnnual BaseApplication of Green Iron Nanoparticles Synthesized Using Barley and other Plant-borne Polyphenols to Combat Lake EutrophicationFederal: $6,650
Non-Federal: $13,300
Achintya Bezbaruah Green synthesis, Iron nanoparticles, Phosphate, Polyphenols
2018NDAnnual BaseLandscape Genetics of Northern Leopard Frog (Rana pipiens) to Evaluate Biotic Connectivity and Environmental Quality of North Dakota Wetland ResourcesFederal: $9,000
Non-Federal: $18,000
Craig StockwellNorthern leopard frog, Stability, Wetland
2018NDAnnual BaseEvaluating the Response of Diatoms and Cladocerans Communities to Climate Change over the Last Century in Lake P1, North DakotaFederal: $3,000
Non-Federal: $6,000
Jon SweetmanCladocerans, Climate Change, Diatoms, Wetland ecosystems
2018NDAnnual BaseTreatment of Produced Water for Discharge to Surface Waters and Non-potable UsesFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $15,000
Feng Xiao Metals, Non-potable uses, Produced water, Radium
2018NDAnnual BaseEnhanced Removal of Heavy Metals from Stormwater by Bioretention CellsFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Feng XiaoBiochar, Bioretention cells, Heavy metals, Wood chips
2018NDAnnual BaseAn Integrated Social and Ecological Model for Stream Flow SimulationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Zhulu LinAgent based model, Hydraulic fracturing, Water stress
2018NDAnnual BaseEffect of Water Level on Soybean Growth and Quality Parameters with High Salinity WaterFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $8,000
Halis Simsek Climatic conditions, Root-zone, Soybean, Water table
2018NDAnnual BaseInterdisciplinary Approach to Understanding Fluvial Geomorphology of Post-glaciolacustrine Meandering Rivers: A Case Study of the Red RiverFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Stephanie DayErosion, Fluvial geomorphology, Glacial isostatic adjustments
2018NDAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and CommunicationFederal: $10,432
Non-Federal: $20,864
Eakalak KhanAnnual seminar, Communication, Information dissemination, Newsletter, Website
2018NEAnnual BaseMicroalgae Treatment of Meat Processing Wastewater for Nutrient Removal and Water ReconditioningFederal: $19,869
Non-Federal: $39,756
YULIE MENESES, Ashraf AlyHassanWastewater treatment, microalgae treatment, water reuse, sludge
2018NEAnnual BasePesticide Exposure in Recreational LakesFederal: $19,842
Non-Federal: $40,273
Tiffany Messer, Aaron Mittelstet, Daniel Snowneonicotinoids, recreational lakes, GIS Modeling
2018NEAnnual BaseThe chemistry and ecotoxicology of microplastics - water quality research experience in Nebraska waterwaysFederal: $10,080
Non-Federal: $20,160
Daniel Snow, Shannon Bartelt-Hunt, Jerald Brickermicroplastics, municipal wastewater, streams
2018NJAnnual BaseExtent and effects of microplastic contamination in New Jersey lakesFederal: $18,905
Non-Federal: $37,810
Aaron Stolerecotoxicology, fish, lakes, microplastic, tadpoles, zooplankton
2018NJAnnual BaseDeveloping a new, compact, and modular design for revolutionizing urban water reuseFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $41,741
Yong Yan, Yang Dengwater reuse, secondary effluent, urban runoff, nano-material electrodes, electrochemical treatment
2018NJAnnual BaseRapid, DNA-Based Test for Ranavirus DetectionFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,220
Allyssa Angel, Nina Goodeyemerging disease, rapid test, aptamers, SELEX
2018NJAnnual BaseDevelopment of An Innovative and Resilient Emergency Water Treatment (EWT) for Natural DisastersFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,754
Junkui Cui, Yang Dengemergency water supply, natural disasters, urban runoff, surface water, ferrate(VI), water contaminants
2018NJAnnual BaseCharacterization and Assessment of Microplastic Interactions with Persistent Organic Pollutants in Surface Waters of New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Wanyi Fu, Wen Zhangmicroplastics, persistent organic pollutants (POPs), New Jersey, surface water, interaction
2018NJAnnual BaseAssessment of the Occurrence, Toxicity, and Biotransformation of Disinfection Byproducts of 1,4-DioxaneFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Fei Li, Mengyan Li1,4-dioxane, disinfection byproducts, toxicity, kinetics, biodegradation
2018NJAnnual BaseKeeping up with Sea Level Rise: The Role of Vegetation in the Resilience of Tidal MarshesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Johnny Quispe, JeanMarie HartmanSpartina alterniflora, Phragmites australis, marsh accretion, sea-level rise
2018NMAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $18,577
Non-Federal: $70,617
Catherine Ortega KlettWater Resources Education, Information Transfer, Information Dissemination
2018NMAnnual BaseGeographic Information Systems for Water Resources Research PlanningFederal: $38,250
Non-Federal: $37,699
Alexander Fernald
2018NMAnnual BaseIncrease soil water for desirable plants through invasive plant managementFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
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2018NVAnnual BaseDegradation of Emerging Contaminants in Treated Wastewater Using Immobilized Non-zero Valent IronFederal: $26,831
Non-Federal: $54,669
Erick BandalaEmerging Contaminants, Treated Wastewater, Immobilized nano-zero valent iron
2018NVAnnual BaseEvaluation of Antibiotic Resistance Genes (ARGS) in the Urban Wetland Ecosystem: Las Vegas WashFederal: $26,592
Non-Federal: $51,373
Xuelian BaiAntibiotic resistance, antibiotic resistance genes, wastewater contaminants, urban water supply, wetland ecosystem
2018NVAnnual BaseImproving wastewater treatment using biofilms that degrade phenolic and aromatic contaminantsFederal: $23,125
Non-Federal: $50,016
Henry SunBiodegradation; The Fenton reaction; phenolics
2018NVAnnual BaseNWRRI Website & NewsletterFederal: $6,808
Non-Federal: $14,567
Kumud AcharyaInformation Transfer, Website, Newsletter
2018NYAnnual BaseThe Pathogen Panel for rapid quantification of 17 waterborne viral, bacterial and protozoal pathogens and fecal indicators at New York State BeachesFederal: $9,924
Non-Federal: $5,624
Ruth Richardson, Yolanda Brooksswimming, pathogens, viruses, monitoring, fecal contamination
2018NYAnnual BaseInvasive round goby as a water quality assessment tool: bioindicators of contaminants in Northeastern U.S. inland watersFederal: $9,750
Non-Federal: $5,525
Suresh Sethi, James Jackson, Lars Rudstam, Katie Fiorellabioindicators, contaminants, inland waterbodies, invasive species, round goby, water quality
2018NYAnnual BaseBalancing cyanotoxin removal and N-nitrosamine formation control during ozonation of harmful algal bloom-impacted source watersFederal: $14,968
Non-Federal: $29,936
Teng ZengHarmful Algal Bloom, Cyanotoxin, N-Nitrosamine, Ozone
2018NYAnnual BaseTurning Vacant Lots into Green Infrastructure: Application of A Multi-objective Optimization Tool in the City of BuffaloFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Zhenduo Zhu, Shawn Matott, Alan RabideauStormwater management; green infrastructure, optimization, Buffalo, vacant lots
2018NYAnnual BaseOwasco Lake impairment and the link to land use and tributary healthFederal: $17,105
Non-Federal: $9,693
Todd Walter
2018NYAnnual BaseStrengthening regional extension on flood resiliencyFederal: $11,295
Non-Federal: $6,401
Todd Walter
2018OHAnnual BaseCan health of aquatic wildlife indicate the quality of water resources?Federal: $21,636
Non-Federal: $37,710
Jeanine Refsniderfrog, immune function, physiology, snake, stress, turtle, wildlife
2018OHAnnual BaseMaumee River sediments as a nitrogen source or sink to Lake Erie: the competing roles of ammonium recycling and denitrificationFederal: $39,998
Non-Federal: $53,784
Mark McCarthyMaumee River, Lake Erie, nitrogen, cyanobacteria, sediments, denitrification
2018OHAnnual BaseLandscape fragmentation and water yield with unconventional shale oil and gas development in OhioFederal: $19,591
Non-Federal: $26,049
Elizabeth Toman, Kaiguang ZhaoStreams, peak flow, fragmentation, hydraulic fracturing, land use, land disturbance, shale oil and gas, paired watersheds, GIS, Landsat, MODIS, NAIP, edge effects, remote sensing, Bayesian time-series
2018OKAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $32,335
Non-Federal: $16,038
Kevin Wagner
2018OKAnnual BaseDeveloping Seasonal Streamflow Forecasts to Inform Surface Water Management in OklahomaFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Tyson Ochsner, Erik Krueger, Briana Wyatt, Eric JonesSoil Moisture, National Weather Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service
2018OKAnnual BaseConserving Agricultural Water Resources in Oklahoma Using Smart TechnologiesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Saleh Taghvaeian, Sumon DattaSoil moisture sensors, Irrigation Scheduling, Smart Technologies, Water Conservation, Oklahoma
2018OKAnnual BaseControl of Problematic Halanaerobiales that Limit the Reuse of Hydraulic Fracturing FluidsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Joseph Suflita, Irene DavidovaFracking, produced water re-use, anaerobic bacteria Halanaerobium
2018OKAnnual BaseEvaluating the potential of Sentinel-2 and Landsat images for mapping open surface water body areas and water quality in OklahomaFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,014
Xiangming Xiao, Zhenhua Zouwater body area, water quality, mapping, sentinel-2, Landsat
2018ORAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $43,922
Non-Federal: $159,106
Todd JarvisNewsletter, Webpage, Symposium
2018PAAnnual BaseData-Driven Models to Assess Water Quality in the Region of Marcellus ShaleFederal: $21,657
Non-Federal: $44,817
Zhenhui Liwater quality, data mining
2018PAAnnual BaseIntegrative Modeling to Quantify Systems-Level Benefits of Green and Grey Infrastructure Networks to Urban Water QualityFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $68,444
Carla NgGreen Infrastructure; non-point pollution; flooding; benefit valuation; modeling; resilient design
2018PAAnnual BasePhotocatalytic Water Purification Under Visible Light: A New Direction For Water Treatment ProcessFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,017
Dipendu SahaWater Pollution, Water Treatment, Photocatalyst, Visible Light, Carbon Nitride
2018PAAnnual BaseAdvancing Public Education about Water Resources in Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic RegionFederal: $28,678
Non-Federal: $32,698
Elizabeth Boyerwater, education, STEM, conferences, symposium
2018PRAnnual BaseWillingness to pay for water scarcity eradication and water service attributes in Puerto Rico: Results from contingent valuation and choice experiments methodsFederal: $19,039
Non-Federal: $57,015
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2018PRAnnual BaseAtrazine degradation through an inclined, gravity-influenced plane system embedded with surface-modified TiO2 nanoparticlesFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $35,796
Pedro Tarafa, Sylvia RodriguezAbudoPesticides, toxic substances, agriculture, oxidation, water treatment, public health, photocatalysis, open channels
2018PRAnnual BaseGeomorphic impacts in rivers of Puerto Rico before and after Hurricane Maria using UAV’sFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $2,115
Walter SilvaGeomorphology, Hydrologic Models, Rivers
2018RIAnnual BaseAssessing Microplastic and Microfibers Contamination in Small Water Utilities and Private WellsFederal: $13,162
Non-Federal: $29,844
Vinka Cravermicroplastics
2018RIAnnual BaseAssessment of Ferrate for Treating Drinking Water Sources Impacted by Harmful Algal BloomsFederal: $21,127
Non-Federal: $47,198
Joseph Goodwillalgal blooms, preoxidation, disinfection byproducts, water technology
2018RIAnnual BaseClean Drinking Water in Rhode IslandFederal: $8,709
Non-Federal: $16,886
Christopher Huntercontamination, wastewater, quality
2018SCAnnual BaseStatewide Survey of Irrigation Source Water Quality and Water use Techniques in the Specialty Crops Production IndustryFederal: $28,610
Non-Federal: $57,378
Sarah White, Natasha Bell, Megan Chase, Lauren Garcia ChanceWater quality, specialty crops, water supply, irrigation
2018SCAnnual BaseMonitoring Distribution and Toxicity of Coal Tar Chemicals in the Congaree River Using Passive SamplersFederal: $30,061
Non-Federal: $60,129
Peter Van Den HurkWater Quality, Environmental Toxicants, Remediation, Passive Samplers, Management Tools
2018SDAnnual BaseEvaluation of Nitrate Removal Rates of Denitrification Bioreactors Using Agricultural Residue Media (Year 2)Federal: $22,258
Non-Federal: $44,803
Guanghui Hua, Christopher SchmitSubsurface Drainage, Nitrate, Denitrification, Agricultural Residue
2018SDAnnual BaseEvaluating and predicting the risk of algal blooms in South Dakota lakes using remote sensingFederal: $24,147
Non-Federal: $48,294
Rachel McDaniel, Bruce Bleakley, John McMaineAlgal blooms, algae, modeling, water quality, nutrients
2018SDAnnual BaseStormwater management and ecosystem health: The complementary role of green infrastructure in urban environmentsFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $24,000
James Stone, Charles Fenster, Henning Nottebrock, A Leffler, Heidi Sieverdingwater remediation, stormwater, pollinators, ecosystem health, plant communities, functional traits.
2018SDAnnual BaseSouth Dakota Water Resources Institute FY2018 Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $20,762
Non-Federal: $41,527
Van Kelley, Rachel McDaniel, David Kringen, John MaursetterOutreach, Service, Communication, Interaction, Information.
2018TNAnnual BaseRethinking Bank Stabilization in Tennessee to Develop a Classification Protocol for Agriculture and Urbanized SystemsFederal: $16,533
Non-Federal: $41,753
Thanos Papanicolaou, John Schwartz, Christopher WilsonBank Erosion, Classification System, Literature Review
2018TNAnnual BaseLow-cost Real-time Streamflow Network for Falling Water River WatershedFederal: $16,459
Non-Federal: $47,951
Alfred KalyanapuWater-level Sensor, Sensor Netwok, Real-time network, Cloud-based Services
2018TNAnnual BaseThree-Dimensional Modeling of River Flows Under Extreme Weather ScenariosFederal: $19,998
Non-Federal: $42,070
Jejal Bathi, Kidambi SreenivasExtreme Flows;River Hydraulics; 3D Modeling; Fate and Transport of Pollutanta
2018TXAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $82,335
Non-Federal: $0
John Tracy, Danielle Kalisek, Lucas Gregory, Troy Berthold
2018TXAnnual BaseIdentification of Sources of Salinity in the Northern Segment of the Brazos River Alluvium AquiferFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Erin Noonan, Joe Yeldermansalinity, alluvium, aquifer, Brazos River
2018TXAnnual BaseEvaluating the impact of the Katy Prairie and adding HCAD Plan 5 Reservoir on Flooding of Addicks and Barker Reservoirs in Houston, TexasFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Philip Bedient, Ferne MaulsbyUrban flooding, flood management, Katy Prairie, stormwater management
2018UTAnnual BaseUnderstanding the Variability of Recharge and Groundwater Control on Mountainous Stream Discharge in Karst EnvironmentsFederal: $25,173
Non-Federal: $38,482
Tianfang Xu, Bethany NeilsonGroundwater/Surface Water Interactions, Snow Hydrology, Karst Hydrology, Machine Learning
2018UTAnnual BaseImproving Representation of Environmental Objectives in Systems Models to Inform Integrated Water Management StrategiesFederal: $25,087
Non-Federal: $49,584
Belize Lane, David Rosenberg, Bethany NeilsonHydraulic modeling; instream water needs; systems modeling; integrated water resources management
2018UTAnnual BaseMapping Subsurface Tile Drainage Systems with Unmanned Aerial VehiclesFederal: $21,522
Non-Federal: $32,141
Ruijie Zeng, Alfonso Torres-Rua, Niel Allentile drainage, subsurface, soil moisture, unmanned aerial vehicles, visible and invisible band images
2018VAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $74,856
Non-Federal: $149,715
Stephen H. Schoenholtz
2018VIAnnual BaseFRESHWATER INVERTEBRATES OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS AS QUANTITATIVE INDICATORS OF ECOLOGICAL CHANGEFederal: $21,815
Non-Federal: $0
Edwin CruzRiveraBiological indicators, Community index, Macroinvertebrates, Monitoring
2018VIAnnual BaseGeo-Referenced Inventory and Initial Modeling of Engineered Stormwater Network(s) in the Virgin IslandsFederal: $42,847
Non-Federal: $0
Greg Guannel, Georgio Tachiev, Stevie Henrystormwater; drainage; infrastructure; engineering; planning; riverine flooding
2018VTAnnual BaseA field study to investigate potentially toxic cyanobacteria aerosols from Shelburne Pond and a farm field in VermontFederal: $9,997
Non-Federal: $21,753
Jason Stockwell, Natalie Flores, Elijah Stommelcyanobacteria toxins, aerosols, human health
2018VTAnnual BaseGoverning water quality limits in agricultural watersheds: Farmer behavior and perceptions under VermontFederal: $6,615
Non-Federal: $11,379
Asim Zia, Courtney HammondWagnernon point source pollution, agriculture, conservation behavior, water quality policy, adoption
2018VTAnnual BaseA mental models approach to understanding public knowledge of harmful algal blooms in Lake ChamplainFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $19,430
Rachelle Gould, Diana Hackenburgcyanobacteria bloom, harmful algal bloom, Lake Champlain, public awareness, public information, mental models, nonmaterial beliefs
2018VTAnnual BaseImpact of storms on lake phytoplankton community dynamicsFederal: $38,116
Non-Federal: $76,006
Jason Stockwellcyanobacteria blooms, phytoplankton, water, extreme events
2018WAAnnual BaseWashington wildfires disrupt water quality: Are drinking water systems resilient to climate change?Federal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,013
Amanda Hohner, Jan Bolltreatability, turbidity, natural organic matter, source water quality
2018WAAnnual BaseUnderstanding controls on mobility and toxicity of tungsten, an emerging threat to Washington’s watersFederal: $27,492
Non-Federal: $54,984
Nikolay Strigul, John Harrisontungsten occurrence, tungsten dissolution, tungsten mobility
2018WIAnnual BaseUniversity of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute - Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $19,990
Non-Federal: $45,996
Moira Harringtonpublic information, communications, publications, library
2018WIAnnual BaseWisconsin Water Resources Fellowship: Collaborating with Water ManagersFederal: $32,011
Non-Federal: $35,268
Jennifer HauxwellFellowship
2018WIAnnual BaseLinking groundwater and nutrients to monitor fen ecosystems using airborne imaging spectroscopyFederal: $10,214
Non-Federal: $46,968
Eric Booth, Steven Loheide
2018WIAnnual BaseNew proxy-based hydrological reconstructions over the past five centuries in southwest WisconsinFederal: $25,120
Non-Federal: $24,853
Christopher Underwood, Evan Larsontree-rings, hydroclimatology
2018WVAnnual BaseHigh resolution assessment of economic sector water use, water supply, and water economy – A novel approach for managing West Virginia’s water resourcesFederal: $14,442
Non-Federal: $28,884
Nicolas Zegrewater use, water supply, water stress, watershed management, water economy
2018WVAnnual BaseEvaluating the state of dam infrastructure under a changing climateFederal: $16,767
Non-Federal: $38,461
Leslie Hopkinson, John QuarantaProbable maximum precipitation, dam design, flood hydrographs
2018WVAnnual BaseWV State Water Conference 2018Federal: $10,328
Non-Federal: $10,298
Paul Ziemkiewiczinformation transfer; education; research findings
2018WVAnnual Base3RQ 05 - Drinking Water Treatment Methods to Reduce THMFederal: $19,985
Non-Federal: $48,714
Lian-Shin Lin, Paul Ziemkiewicz, Melissa ONealTTHM, Total Trihalomethane, Drinking Water, Water Supply, Disinfection By-Products, DBPs, Chlorination, Bromide, Halognes
2018WVAnnual BaseModeling Flood Risk Potential in WVFederal: $16,938
Non-Federal: $33,885
Michael Strager, Nicolas ZegreFlood modeling, GIS and spatial analysis, Climate data, Watershed management
2018WYAnnual BaseDeveloping a Framework for Estimating Groundwater Connections to Wyoming ReservoirsFederal: $10,939
Non-Federal: $110,895
Kevin BefusWetlands, Groundwater Level, Reservoir Management, Numerical Modeling
2018WYAnnual BaseNumerical Simulations of the Impact of Cloud Seeding in the Wind River Range on Precipiation, Snowpack, and StreamflowFederal: $11,997
Non-Federal: $126,497
Bart GeertsNumerical Simulations, Cloud Seeding, Water Quantity
2017AKAnnual BaseCharacterization of Groundwater Hydrology in Two Thermokarst Lake SystemsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
David BarnesPermafrost, Taliks, Groundwater
2017AKAnnual BaseAssessment of climate and land-use change impacts on surface water runoff and connectivity in a continuous permafrost watershed in the National Petroleum Reserve - AlaskaFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Anne Gaedeke, Christopher ArpArctic, Climate Change, Land-Use Change, Industrial Development, Modeling, Water Resources
2017AKAnnual BaseLaboratory Investigation of Rheology and Infiltration Process of Non-Newtonian Fluids through Porous Media in a Non-Isothermal Flow Regime for Effective Remediation of Persistent ContaminantsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Debasmita MisraNon-Newtonian fluid, Flow Characteristics, Non-Isothermal Flow Regime, Adsorbent Contaminant, Soil Remediation
2017AKAnnual BaseVariable lapse rates and the mass balance of a well-studied glacier in south-central Alaska: Confirmation and extensionFederal: $19,996
Non-Federal: $40,003
Roman Dial, Jason Geckglacier runoff, atmospheric coupling, snowpack, water supply
2017ALAnnual BaseUtilizing Biogeochemical Cycling Processes for the Remediation/Treatment of Persistent Perfluorinated Chemical (PFCs) in Soil and GroundwaterFederal: $24,976
Non-Federal: $49,952
Geoffrey TickSynthetic Organics, Biological Treatment, Contaminant Transport, Soil Microbiology, Pollution Control, Water Quality, Water Treatment, Biodegradation
2017ALAnnual BaseEnhancing Seasonal Hydrological Forecasts in the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa (ACT) River Basin using the North American Multi-Model EnsembleFederal: $24,987
Non-Federal: $49,997
Di TianDrought, Evaporation, Instream Flow, Rainfall, Weather Forecasting
2017ALAnnual BaseSIGNIFICANCE OF THE COASTAL SEDIMENTS AS A SOURCE/SINK OF NUTRIENTS TO COASTAL WATERS IN THE MOBILE BAYFederal: $24,948
Non-Federal: $49,930
Natasha DimovaGroundwater quality, Geochemistry, Coastal Zone, Coastal Water Quality
2017ARAnnual BaseAssessment of strategies to address future irrigation water shortage in the Arkansas DeltaFederal: $5,067
Non-Federal: $10,406
Qiuqiong Huangirrigation practices; willingness to pay; surface water; awareness of groundwater shortage
2017ARAnnual BaseInvestigating impact of lead service lines in drinking water distribution systems at the City of TulsaFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,554
Wen Zhanglead, biofilm, drinking water distribution systems
2017ARAnnual BaseCombined application of nutrient manipulation and hydrogen peroxide exposure to selectively control cyanobacteria growth and promote eukaryote phytoplankton production in aquaculture pondsFederal: $25,318
Non-Federal: $50,487
Amit Sinha, William Green, Sixte NtamatungiroCyanobacteria, Aquaculture, Hydrogen peroxide, TN:TP ratios, Lanthanum-modified clay, Nutrient manipulation
2017ARAnnual BaseHerbicide Mitigation Potential of Tailwater Recovery Systems in the Cache River Critical Groundwater AreaFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $51,350
Cammy Willett, Deborah Leslietailwater recovery, herbicide, water analysis, infiltration gallery, surface reservoir
2017ARAnnual BaseRegionalizing agricultural field evapotranspiration observationsFederal: $17,158
Non-Federal: $34,317
Benjamin RunkleEvapotranspiration, rice, cotton
2017ARAnnual BaseArkansas Water Resources Center - Information TransferFederal: $1,423
Non-Federal: $2,964
Brian Haggard, Erin Scottannual conference, electronic newsletter, social media, website
2017AZAnnual BaseImpact of projected climate changes on mountain-block recharge processesFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,359
Thomas Meixner, Jennifer McIntosh, Ravindra Dwivedi, Paul FerreMountain systems, mountain-block recharge, climate change, groundwater age, multi-tracer approach, and multi-model approach
2017AZAnnual BaseMight Recycled Wastewater Solve the Rising Problem of Toxin-Producing Algae?Federal: $9,463
Non-Federal: $18,929
Kevin Fitzsimmons, Robert LynchCyanobacteria; Microcystins; Quantitative PCR; Algal Toxins; Heavy Metals
2017AZAnnual BaseWater Resources Research CenterFederal: $65,822
Non-Federal: $35,215
Sharon Megdal, Susanna Eden, Jean McLain
2017CAAnnual BaseCan habitat restoration mediate predator-prey interactions to increase juvenile salmon survival in California’s central valley?Federal: $24,926
Non-Federal: $13,460
Eric PalkovacsWater use, natural habitat, juvenile salmon, biology
2017CAAnnual BaseFish habitat response to streamflow augmentation in support of salmon recovery in the Russian River BasinFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $14,250
Theodore Granthamfish habitat, streamflow, groundwater, ecology
2017CAAnnual BaseOptical and Thermal Remote Sensing of Turfgrass Response to Different Deficit Irrigation Strategies in Central and Southern CAFederal: $24,946
Non-Federal: $13,768
Amir HaghverdiIrrigation, water use, water supply, water conservation
2017CAAnnual BaseEvaluating Water Conservation Policy in CaliforniaFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $13,375
Leah StokesWater conservation, water use, water policy, sustainability
2017CAAnnual BaseGroundwater Dynamics in Sacramento Aquifers Following California’s Historic DroughtFederal: $24,998
Non-Federal: $6,500
Amelia VankeurenGround water management, conservation, water use, hidrology
2017COAnnual BaseWater yield sensitivity to snow loss in Colorado headwater streamsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $0
Gigi Richard, Stephanie Kampfsnow, runoff generation, water supply
2017COAnnual BaseDiagnosing the Role of External Forcings on Streamflow VariabilityFederal: $4,999
Non-Federal: $0
Ben LivnehClimate Change Signals
2017COAnnual BaseEffects of Water Velocity on Algal-Nutrient Interactions in Streams of the Poudre Watershed, ColoradoFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,550
N. Leroy Poffalgae, nutrients, streams
2017COAnnual BaseUnderstanding Post-Flood Channel Adjustments and Reservoir Sedimentation To Inform Water Management PracticesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,550
Sara RathburnPost-Flood Sediment Transport, Channel Geometry, Reservoir Management
2017COAnnual BaseEffects of snow persistence on soil water nitrogen along the Colorado Front RangeFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,550
Stephanie Kampfsnow, soil moisture, watershed monitoring
2017COAnnual BaseThe effect of wastewater effluent on soil and water chemistry along the South Platte RiverFederal: $3,776
Non-Federal: $0
Sarah SchliemannSouth Platte River, Wastewater, Hallogens
2017COAnnual BaseEstimating agricultural consumptive use for grass and hay pasture fields on ColoradoFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Gigi Richard, Perry Cabotconsumptive use, evapotranspiration, pasture grass
2017COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $33,560
Non-Federal: $171,921
Reagan Waskom
2017CTAnnual BaseInvestigation of Bedrock Well Contamination by Uranium, Radium and Radon Resulting from Deicing Salt ExchangeFederal: $20,995
Non-Federal: $42,724
Michael Dietz, Meredith Metcalf, Gary A. Robbinsroad salt, groundwater, radon, radium, chloride
2017CTAnnual BaseEvaluation of created thermal refugia in streams as a climate adaptation strategy for fish populations experiencing thermal stressFederal: $7,800
Non-Federal: $25,500
Jason Vokoun, Martin Briggsthermal refugia, climate change, rivers
2017CTAnnual BaseIntegrating fine-scale field measurements with regional groundwater models to predict legacy nitrogen transport in Long Island Sound watershedsFederal: $13,831
Non-Federal: $32,504
Ashley Helton, Jeffrey Starn, Martin Briggslegacy nitrogen, groundwater discharge
2017CTAnnual BaseCTIWR Technology TransferFederal: $1,197
Non-Federal: $712
Glenn Warner, James Hurd
2017DCAnnual BaseMeasurement and Performance Analysis of UDC Van-Ness Campus Green Roof System with automated sensorsFederal: $9,901
Non-Federal: $4,752
Sasan Haghani, Pradeep Behera, Sassan AflakiGreen Infrastructure, Green Roof, Urban stormwater management, Urban Runoff, Sensors, Low Impact Development, Water Flow Measurements, Sensor Networks, Urban storm water models, Urban runoff, Green
2017DCAnnual BaseIn-Situ Comparison of Extensive and Intensive Greenroof InfiltrationFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $4,800
Kamran Zendehdel, Thomas HarrisGreenroof Performance, Intensive Green Roof, Extensive Green Roof, Resilience,
2017DCAnnual BasePerformance Monitoring of Green Infrastructure Maintenance in the DistrictFederal: $9,989
Non-Federal: $4,795
Harris Trobman, Kamran Zendehdel, Dwane JonesGreen Infrastructure, Performance, Monitoring, Maintenance, sustainable urban infrastructure, best management practices
2017DCAnnual BaseAnatomical and Behavioral Outcomes of Toxicant Exposure in the Anacostia River: Building a Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Model of Biological River HealthFederal: $9,980
Non-Federal: $20,732
Victoria ConnaughtonZebrafish (Danio rerio), ecotoxicology, Anacostia
2017DCAnnual BaseExamination of nutrient and land use patterns in the tidal Anacostia RiverFederal: $9,987
Non-Federal: $21,505
Stephen MacAvoyimpervious surface, urban stream syndrome, land use change
2017DCAnnual BaseAssessing the effectiveness of urban gardens in reducing stormwater pollutionFederal: $9,790
Non-Federal: $19,675
Karen KneeUrban gardens, urban agriculture, runoff, stormwater, nutrients, water quality
2017DCAnnual BaseQuantifying the Recharge and Evapotranspiration Rates of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed using Land Surface State ObservationsFederal: $9,929
Non-Federal: $20,104
Leila FarhadiEvapotranspiration, Groundwater, Remote sensing, Data assimilation
2017DCAnnual BaseExamining genetic microbial diversity to monitor pathogens and toxins and in the Anacostia River, DCFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,001
Caroline Solomon, Derek Braun, Gaurav Aroragenetic diversity, bacteria, phytoplankton, nutrients, toxins, contamination
2017DEAnnual BaseState Water Resources Research Institute Program, Delaware Water Resources Center, Annual Proposal for Fiscal Year 2017Federal: $92,335
Non-Federal: $185,697
Gerald KauffmanWatershed, Water Quality, Hydrology, Aquatic Ecology, Water Policy
2017FLAnnual BaseFlorida Water Resources Information TransferFederal: $22,978
Non-Federal: $16,638
Kirk Hatfield, Mark Newman
2017GAAnnual BaseQuantifying the relative contributions of the physical mechanisms responsible for the Atlanta 2009 floodFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $40,440
Marshall Shepherd, Neil DebbageUrban Floods, WRF Modeling, Urban Planning
2017GAAnnual BaseDeveloping real-time sensor networks for monitoring stream water quality to improve water resource managementFederal: $17,924
Non-Federal: $47,654
Seth Wenger, Amy Rosemond, John Dowd, Phillip Bumpersreal-time monitoring, conductivity, urban stream, sensor network
2017GAAnnual BaseEstimation of irrigation withdrawals in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River BasinFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Jian Luogroundwater withdrawal, irrigation, geostatistics
2017GAAnnual BaseThe 2017 Biennial Georgia Water Resources ConferenceFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,314
Laurie Fowler, Duncan ElkinsGeorgia, water resources conference
2017GUAnnual BaseExpansion of N-baseline data in the Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $47,118
Non-Federal: $0
Nathan Habana, Joe Rouse, John Jensonbaseline data, aquifer, NGLA, nitrate, ammonium, contaminants, septic tank, package plant
2017GUAnnual BaseExploring the natural limits of the Northern Guam Lens Aquifer: Phase 4 – model implementation, determining ultimate yield in basal and parabasal zonesFederal: $55,492
Non-Federal: $0
Nathan Habana, John JensonGroundwater availability, Groundwater quality
2017GUAnnual BaseAnnual trend reporting, and maintenance and development of the GHS/WERI water resources databaseFederal: $7,942
Non-Federal: $0
Nathan Habana, John Jensondatabase, annual trend reports
2017GUAnnual BaseProfessional Workshop Series on Guam Groundwater ResourcesFederal: $7,942
Non-Federal: $0
Nathan Habana, John JensonGroundwater education, Aquifer field trips, Aquifer models
2017GUAnnual BasePFOS Trend Monitoring in a Guam Drinking Water Production WellFederal: $45,921
Non-Federal: $0
Gary Denton, John Jenson, Mark LanderGroundwater; Guam; Guam Waterworks Authority; Drinking water production wells; Unregulated drinking water contaminant; Perfluoroalkyl substances; Perfluorooctane sulfonate; PFOS; Trend monitoring; Temporal trends; Rainfall data
2017GUAnnual BaseComposting waste sludge in Yap, FSMFederal: $84,764
Non-Federal: $0
Joe Rouse, Hyun-Jong HahmComposting, sludge, sewage, treatment, reuse, sustainability, public health
2017GUAnnual BaseDigital Atlas of Yap – A Geospatial Map and Data Server for Resource ManagementFederal: $53,340
Non-Federal: $0
Joe Rouse, Danko TaborosiGIS, geospatial data, maps, natural resources, infrastructure, hydrology
2017GUAnnual BaseImpact of Stormwater from a Constructed Wetland in American Memorial Park, Saipan, CNMI, on Receiving Waters and Fisheries ResourcesFederal: $69,009
Non-Federal: $0
Gary DentonMonitoring, Fish, Sediments, Mercury, American Memorial Park, Saipan Lagoon, Saipan, Micronesia
2017GUAnnual BaseDetermination of Rainfall Erosivity Factors for Selected Islands in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Accounting for Climate VariabilityFederal: $48,875
Non-Federal: $0
Mark Lander, Shahram KhosrowpanahErosivity, erosion control, sedimentation
2017GUAnnual BaseWERI Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $59,356
Non-Federal: $0
John JensonInformation Transfer, Education, Water Resources
2017HIAnnual BaseIDENTIFYING GROUNDWATER FLOW AND CONTAMINATION TO STREAMS: KAHALUU WATERSHED, OAHUFederal: $21,741
Non-Federal: $43,495
Craig GlennGroundwater, Onsite Disposal Systems, Water Pollution, Water Management, Groundwater Fate and Transport, Water Quality, Environmental Impacts
2017HIAnnual BaseInfluence of anthropogenic and climatic forcing on water quality within a tropical coastal ecosystemFederal: $11,279
Non-Federal: $22,560
Rosanna AlegadoCoral reefs; molecular methods; microbial and benthic community responses; land-based sources of pollution
2017HIAnnual BaseUnderstanding the hydrology of a rainforest watershed in HawaiiFederal: $18,820
Non-Federal: $37,670
YinPhan TsangHydrology, stream flow monitoring, rainforest, SWAT, climate, land cover
2017HIAnnual BaseWastewater treatment for point source processing and resuseFederal: $14,093
Non-Federal: $28,197
Michael CooneyANAEROBIC, AEROBIC, DIGESTION, MICROPOLLUTANTS, PATHOGENS, WASTEWATER TREATMENT
2017HIAnnual BaseMicrobial communities and sources of bacteria in Honolulu’s water supplyFederal: $18,869
Non-Federal: $37,770
Marek Kirsgroundwater, drinking water, microbial communities, water quality, bioterrorism
2017IAAnnual BaseInformation Transfer 2017Federal: $40,076
Non-Federal: $20,038
Richard Cruse
2017IAAnnual BaseEnhancing phosphate removal in woodchip bioreactorsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Emily Martin, Michelle SoupirDenitrification bioreactor, woodchip bioreactor, nitrate, biochar, tile drainage, hydraulic retention, non-point source pollution
2017IAAnnual BaseSimulation of Watershed-Scale Nitrate Transport in Fractured Till Using Upscaled Parameters Obtained from Till CoreFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $12,627
Nathan Young, William Simpkins, Robert HortonTill, fractures, solute transport, preferential flow, groundwater, column experiments, watershed-scale modeling
2017IAAnnual BaseQuantifying the Role of Soils in Salinization: Winter Road Maintenance Impacts to Runoff and Right-of-WayFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Rebecca KautenStormwater, Winter Runoff, Chloride, Sediment, Stormwater, Urban Roadways
2017IDAnnual BaseInfluence of Sulfur Form on Metal Mobility and Water Quality in a Mining-Impacted Lateral Lake of the Coeur d’Alene RiverFederal: $14,550
Non-Federal: $29,100
Jeff Langman, James Moberlyporewater, sulfur intermediary form, ligand competition, metal mobility, mining impacts, seasonal solute flux
2017IDAnnual BaseASSESSING THE IMPLICATIONS OF WATER USE TRANSITION IN URBANIZING AREAS: QUANTIFYING WATER USE IN FARMLAND AND CORRESPONDING URBANIZED AREAFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Jairo HernandezWater use, water management, irrigation, urbanization, sustainability
2017IDAnnual BaseDevelopment of the Idaho Waters Digital Library, Phase TwoFederal: $5,100
Non-Federal: $10,200
Evan Williamson, Devin Becker, Jodi HaireLibrary, Watershed
2017IDAnnual BaseEstimating the bulk exchange of water and solutes between fringing wetlands and lakes to estimate the role of wetlands in water qualityFederal: $14,807
Non-Federal: $29,668
Frank WilhelmLake-wetland exchange, phosphorus, internal loading, source/sink
2017IDAnnual BaseIdaho Dairy Industry Vulnerability to Long-term DroughtFederal: $14,961
Non-Federal: $30,231
Barbara Cosens, Mark SolomonWater Rights, Irrigated Agriculture, Dairy Industry, Drought
2017IDAnnual BaseIdaho Outreach and Engagement Project FY2017Federal: $27,917
Non-Federal: $55,471
Mark Solomon, Teresa CohnStakeholder Engagement, Outreach, Education
2017ILAnnual BaseModeling the integration of green infrastructure into urban landscapes using a reliability-based frameworkFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Ashlynn Stillwell, Reshmina Williamgreen infrastructure, network reliablity, stormwater mitigation
2017ILAnnual BaseIdentifying nitrogen removal limitations in constructed wetlands treating agricultural tile drainageFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $46,624
Karl Rockneagriculture, drain tile, nutrients, water quality, denitrification, wetland
2017ILAnnual BaseEvaluating the ability of wetland mitigation banks in the Chicago region to replace plant species lost to impacts to natural wetlandsFederal: $4,668
Non-Federal: $9,487
Jeffery Matthewswetland mitigation banks, plant communities, wetland policy
2017ILAnnual BaseImpacts of stormwater-induced road salt runoff on soil and water quality in urban greenspacesFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $26,450
Aaron Packmanstormwater, water quality, road salt, urban greenspaces
2017ILAnnual BaseDiurnal and Seasonal Variation in Groundwater Nitrate-N Concentration in a Riparian Buffer ZoneFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Eric Petersonnitrate, denitrification, riparian buffer, tile water, groundwater
2017ILAnnual BaseTransferring Water Resources Information to the People of IllinoisFederal: $41,608
Non-Federal: $24,382
Lisa Merrifieldinformation transfer, community decision making
2017INAnnual BaseEffects of Land use Type on Abundance and Type of Microplastic Pollution- A Contaminant of Emerging Concern in Indiana RiversFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $42,921
Gary LambertiMicroplastics, Land Use, Ecotoxicology, Pollution, Rivers
2017INAnnual BaseWaterWorks: A Game to Teach Water Systems ThinkingFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $37,226
Shahzeen Attari, Mike Sellerswater game, gamification, systems thinking, perceptions, education, drinking water, system dynamics
2017INAnnual BaseExamining Anthropogenic Impacts on the Wabash River SystemFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,865
Jeffrey Stone, Jennifer LatimerDiatoms, Biogeochemistry, Pollution, Nutrients, Invasive Species
2017INAnnual BaseEffects of Viruses on the Development of Harmful Algal BloomsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,063
Zhi ZhouHarmful algal blooms, viruses, nutrients
2017INAnnual BaseCommunicating the State of Indiana Water ResourcesFederal: $20,444
Non-Federal: $40,958
Keith Cherkauer, Laura BowlingWater Resources, Groundwater supply, Surface water supply
2017KYAnnual BaseTemporal performance assessment of wastewater treatment plant by using multivariate statistical analysisFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Tom Rockawaysanitary sewers, combined stormwater flow, temporal characteristics
2017KYAnnual BaseThe ecological importance of perched aquifers and their hydrologcial connectivity to ridge top ephemeral wetlands in Daniel Boone National ForestFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Jonathan Malzonegroundwater surface water interaction, groundwater conservation, vernal pools
2017KYAnnual BaseApplication of pedotransfer function for estimating soil water permeability at field scale, western Kentucky: calibration and validationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Ole Wendrothsaturated hydraulic conductivity, soil properties, artificial neural network
2017KYAnnual BaseEffects of stream restoration on pollutant load reductions in an urban watershedFederal: $4,825
Non-Federal: $9,990
Carmen Agouridisregenerative design, filter media, design recommendations
2017KYAnnual BaseUsing anthropogenic compounds in sewage to create new fecal source and fecal age indicators for use in protecting and improving water quality in Kentucky watershedsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,188
Gail Brionpathogens, stormwater, Acetaminophen, Sucralose
2017KYAnnual BasePredictive hydrologic and hazard modeling of injection well density and usage in urban karst aquifersFederal: $4,936
Non-Federal: $10,000
Jason Polkhazard mitigation, emergency preparedness, flooding
2017KYAnnual BaseOptimizing yield and water use efficiency of soybean production in Kentucky - experimental and modeling approachFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,001
Montserrat Salmeronirrigation, water use efficiency, soybean maturity group
2017KYAnnual BaseWater quality analysis in municipal water supply system for Lexington, KY with a focus on corrosivityFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,003
Junfeng Zhu, Alan Fryarchloride-sulfate mass ratio, lead/copper leaching, drinking water
2017KYAnnual BaseSoil moisure conditions and yield across slope positions under western Kentucky irrigated managementFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,692
Brad Leesoil moisture, water use efficiency
2017KYAnnual BaseKentucky information transfer projectFederal: $39,174
Non-Federal: $80,079
Lindell Ormsbeesymposium, web sites, research translation
2017LAAnnual BaseDetermination of chloride, nitrate and other ion concentrations in Mississippi Alluvial Aquifer in Northeast LouisianaFederal: $15,080
Non-Federal: $31,595
Douglas CarlsonChloride, Nutrients, Mississippi River Alluvial Aquifer
2017LAAnnual BaseEffects of climate change on nitrogen and sulfur deposition to Louisiana water bodies using climate downscaling meteorology and chemical transport modelFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,029
Hongliang ZhangNitrogen, Sulfur, Deposition, Climate Change, Louisiana
2017LAAnnual BaseCoupled chemical and hydraulic impacts of saltwater intrusion on the fate and transport of spilled chemicals in the Mississippi RiverFederal: $15,400
Non-Federal: $37,680
Zimeng WangChemical Spill, River, Saltwater, Chemical Fate, Transport
2017LAAnnual BaseDesalination of salt water for agriculture based on a novel battery systemFederal: $15,400
Non-Federal: $31,454
Xiuping ZhuSalt water, Desalination, Agriculture, Battery
2017MAAnnual BaseDevelopment of an in-field method for detecting engineered nanoparticles and their transformations in aquatic environments using surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,465
Baoshan XingEngineered nanoparticles, in-field detection, transformation, SERS, water
2017MAAnnual BaseAddressing water supply issues through the modeling, analysis and optimization of renewable hybrid systems for water and electricity productionFederal: $24,400
Non-Federal: $48,804
Jon McGowan, Matthew Lacknerdesalination, renewable energy, solar, water supply
2017MAAnnual BaseThe Massachusetts Isoscape Project: A tool for understanding hydrologic processes and water resource sustainabilityFederal: $25,642
Non-Federal: $51,292
David BouttIsotope, Water Tracing, Groundwater, Surface Water
2017MAAnnual BaseWRRC WorkshopsFederal: $20,433
Non-Federal: $47,813
Paula Reesconference, seminar, water
2017MDAnnual BaseCan Carbon Amendments Improve Wetland Restoration and Jump-Start Microbial Activity?Federal: $34,996
Non-Federal: $69,990
Stephanie Yarwood, Andrew BaldwinSequestration, Soil organic matter, Wetland restoration
2017MDAnnual BaseListening to Rivers: Seismic and Hydraulic Monitoring to Determine River Turbulence and Erosive PowerFederal: $35,000
Non-Federal: $70,000
Karen Prestegaard, Vedran LekicTurbulence, Fluvial Seismology, Erosion
2017MDAnnual BaseAssessing nitrate reduction potential in Maryland’s agricultural water resources (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $15,127
Eric Davidson, Kaye BrubakerNitrogen, denitrification, nitrogen budget, agriculture, runoff, isotope analysis, greenhouse gas
2017MDAnnual BaseMajor ions, strontium isotopes, and geochemical cycling across a forested to urban gradient (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $15,725
Joel Moore, Kaye Brubakerurbanization, weathering, solute sources
2017MDAnnual BaseSeismo-Acoustic Observation of Cavitation and Erosive Potential in a Bedrock River (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Karen Prestegaard, Kaye Brubakererosion, turbulence, seismo-acoustic monitoring, flume experiment, field measurement
2017MEAnnual BaseREAL TIME DATA FOR SEBAGO LAKE TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, LAKE RESEARCH, UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH TRAINING, AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENTFederal: $28,200
Non-Federal: $56,704
Emily Lesher, Brie Holme, Ryan Dorland, Nina EduljeeWater chemistry, algae, water quality control, water treatment facilities, water quality monitoring, watershed management
2017MEAnnual BaseImproved delineation and analysis of Flood Attenuation in Maine’s watersheds: Natural Infrastructure support of state of Maine’s Clean Water Initiative (Chapter 589)Federal: $33,258
Non-Federal: $67,081
Shaleen Jain, David Courtemanch, Daniel CokerConservation, Hydrology, Flood Control, Geographic Information Systems
2017MEAnnual BaseContamination of Messalonskee Lake by pharmaceuticals and chemical ingredients in personal care products: an emerging ecological and public health threatFederal: $2,500
Non-Federal: $5,400
William McDowell, Denise Bruesewitz, Gail Carlson, Rachel WhitneyBiomonitoring, Ecosystems, Environmental Sanitation, Health Effects, Lakes, Organic Compounds, Pollutants, Public Health, Septic Tanks, Synthetic Organics, Toxic Substances, Trace Organics, Wastewater, Water Chemistry, Water Quality Monitoring, Watershed Management
2017MEAnnual Base(Seed Grant) Maine’s Changing Winter: focus on natural resources, ecology, and the economyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $12,250
Sarah Nelson, Karen Wilson, Ivan Fernandez, Julia Daly, Jean MacRae, Glenn Hodgkins, Erik Blomberg, Mindy Crandall, Hamish Greig, Robert Dudley, Amanda ShearinAtmospheric Processes, Climate, Conservation
, Wildlife Management, Economics, Ecosystems
, Fish Ecology, Flood Control
, Geochemistry
, Landscape Management, Land-Water Interactions, Rainfall
, Resource Planning, Runoff, Snow
, Soil-Water Relationships
, Storm Water Management
, Water Quality Management, Weather Data Collection, Water Chemistry
, Water Levels, Water Quality

2017MEAnnual BaseMaine Information TransferFederal: $12,046
Non-Federal: $26,701
David Hart, John PeckenhamInformation transfer, Outreach
2017MIAnnual BaseDeveloping and Enhancing Sustainable Water Use of Natural and Agricultural SystemsFederal: $3,780
Non-Federal: $44,975
Darrell DonahueWatershed Planning and Management, Water Quality, Water Use, Decision Support Systems, DSS
2017MIAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer Training, Dissemination and Program DevelopmentFederal: $9,912
Non-Federal: $23,966
Lois Wolfson, Darrell DonahueInland Lakes, Great Lakes, Aquifers, Watershed Management; Leadership; Invasive Species; Online Education; Interactive Web-based Systems
2017MIAnnual BaseInline Wetland Treatment Effectiveness for Treating Nutrients from Tile DrainsFederal: $21,331
Non-Federal: $25,902
Jeremiah Asher, Dawn ReinholdPhosphorus, Wetlands, Algae Blooms, Lake Erie
2017MIAnnual BaseNutrient Monitoring of the River Raisin Watershed to Inform Farmers and Optimize Decision Making for BMP ImplementationFederal: $11,145
Non-Federal: $13,701
James MartinWatershed Planning and Management; Water Quality
2017MNAnnual BaseInvestigation of a novel approach to mitigate nitrogen and phosphorus from tile drainageFederal: $18,015
Non-Federal: $36,029
Jeffrey Strockbioreactor, tile drainage, water quality
2017MNAnnual BaseOpen-Source Turbidity Sensor to Monitor Suspended and Dissolved Matter in Surface WaterFederal: $29,187
Non-Federal: $57,271
Andrew Wickert, Diana Karwan, Chad SandellTurbidity, suspended load, dissolved load
2017MNAnnual BaseAssessing the role of buffer strips in nutrient and organic matter export and mitigation of harmful algal bloomsFederal: $29,701
Non-Federal: $59,404
James Cotnerbuffer strips, harmful algae, nutrients, heterotrophic bacteria
2017MOAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $31,904
Non-Federal: $64,445
Baolin Deng
2017MOAnnual BaseSatellite-Imagery Based Method for Water-Quality Monitoring and Sediment Budgeting along the Middle-Mississippi River and Its Tributaries Phase 2Federal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,000
Amanda Cox, Abuduwasiti WulamuSuspended Sediment Concentration, Suspended Sediment Load, Sediment Budget, Remote Sensing, Mississippi River, Confluence
2017MOAnnual BaseA Novel Artifical Hormone Receptor for the Sensing of Total Endocrine Disruptor Chemicals (EDCs) Concentration in Natural WatersFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,754
Maria Fidalgo, Chung-Ho Linendocrine disruptor chemical; molecularly imprinted polymers; water quality monitoring
2017MSAnnual BaseStudy of Sediment and Nutrients in Pelahatchie Bay and Upland Mill-Pelahatchie Creek WatershedFederal: $21,534
Non-Federal: $43,208
Xiaobo ChaoSurface Water, Modeling and Tool Development
2017MSAnnual BaseApplied use of unmanned aerial vehicles in surface water quality protectionFederal: $15,253
Non-Federal: $30,421
Joby Czarnecki, John Ramirez-AvilaSurface Water
2017MSAnnual BaseAssessing and predicting in-stream processes in the Catalpa Creek WatershedFederal: $21,663
Non-Federal: $44,155
John Ramirez-Avila, Sandra OrtegaAchurySurface Water
2017MSAnnual BaseAssessing the Effectiveness of Community-Based Research Strategies to Analyze Risk of lead Coontamination in Public Water Supplies in the Mississippi DeltaFederal: $15,045
Non-Federal: $30,185
Kristine WillettDrinking Water Quality, Mitigation of Lead Corrosion in PWSs, Development of Social Science Applications to Advance Water Resource Management
2017MTAnnual BaseRocky Mountain Juniper influences on Stream Flow DynamicsFederal: $14,984
Non-Federal: $41,372
Jia HuRocky Mountain Juniper, willow, hydrology, water source use, transpiration, stable isotopes
2017MTAnnual BaseImproving Climate Information to Enhance the Drought Preparedness of Montana Agricultural ProducersFederal: $25,062
Non-Federal: $50,125
Laurie Yungdrought preparedness, climate information, water decisions, agriculture
2017MTAnnual BaseEffects of floating treatment wetlands on the abundance and removal of dissolved and nanoparticulate contaminants in waste water lagoonsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $40,463
Benjamin ColmanWastewater lagoons, colloids, nanoparticles, floating treatment wetlands
2017MTAnnual BaseExploring Hydrologic Connectivity Between Shallow and Deep Groundwater Flow Systems in Upland CatchmentsFederal: $20,520
Non-Federal: $41,497
Payton GardnerWatershed hydrology, Mountain block recharge, Natural storage, Groundwater-stream water interactions
2017MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship Project: Science to inform restoration: Effects of channel reconstruction on hydraulic exchange and baseflow generationFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $900
Christine Brissettehydrology, base flow, late season flow
2017MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship Project: Remote Sensing of Snowpack in the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana Using Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)Federal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $900
Jonathan Byerssnowpack, remote sensing, water quantity, snow water equivalent
2017MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship Project: Microbially induced metal precipitation and co‐precipitation in mine influenced waterFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Emily Stoickmine, metal precipitation, microbe
2017MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship Project: Estimate Mountain Front Recharge in a Basin and Range Provence in Southwest Montana.Federal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $670
Charles Shamagroundwater recharge, groundwater flow, aquifer
2017MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship Project: Leaf Water Potential as an Improved Predictor of Drought Induced Conifer StressFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $900
Caelan Simeonedrought predictor, leaf water potential, conifer, stress
2017MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship Project: Influence of wood on sediment storage in a low order stream in the northern Rocky MountainsFederal: $769
Non-Federal: $346
Robin Wellingsediment storage, sediment transport
2017NCAnnual BaseTracing Groundwater Contamination Near And Away From Coal Ash Ponds in North CarolinaFederal: $49,993
Non-Federal: $29,495
Avner Vengoshoal ash, water quality, contamination, metals, groundwater, geochemical tracers
2017NCAnnual BaseHow, where, when, and why: Defining Eutrophication Related Trends in Water Quality for the Middle and Lower Cape Fear River BasinFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $72,414
Nathan Hall, Hans Paerltrend analysis, nutrients, phytoplankton, flow, sources
2017NCAnnual BaseWRRI Informtaion Transfer ProgramFederal: $9,342
Non-Federal: $4,811
Nicole Wilkinson
2017NDAnnual BaseAssessing Devils Lake Water Quality with Remote Sensing and Coupled SWAT and CE-QUAL-W2 ModelFederal: $2,625
Non-Federal: $5,250
Xiaodong ZhangRemote sensing, Water quality models, Suspended solids, Algae
2017NDAnnual BaseCrop Evapotranspiration Measurement by Eddy Covariance, Bowen Ratio, and Soil Water Balance for a Control Drained and Subirrigated FieldFederal: $6,500
Non-Federal: $13,000
Xinhua JiaEvapotranspiration, Soil water balance, Subirrigated field
2017NDAnnual BasePerfluoroalkyl Substances in Surface Runoff of the Red River BasinFederal: $4,054
Non-Federal: $8,108
Feng XiaoPerfluoroalkyl substances, Urban stormwater, Land use
2017NDAnnual BaseMolecularly Imprinted Polymers for Phosphate Removal from WastewaterFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Achintya BezbaruahAdsorbent, Phosphate, Wastewater
2017NDAnnual BaseApplication of Green Iron Nanoparticles Synthesized Using Barley Polyphenols to Combat Lake Eutrophication ProblemFederal: $10,080
Non-Federal: $20,160
Achintya BezbaruahPlant extract, Phosphate, Lake
2017NDAnnual BaseEndoxifen in Wastewater and Surface Water in North Dakota: Detection and BiodegradationFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $16,000
Eakalak Khan, John McEvoyBiodegradation, Cancer drug, Detection
2017NDAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Macro-Scale Physical-Based Gridded Hydrologic Model (GHM) and Applications in North DakotaFederal: $8,190
Non-Federal: $16,380
Xuefeng ChuGridded hydrologic model, Cold climate, Watershed
2017NDAnnual BaseNutrient Removal from Domestic and Livestock Wastewaters Using Integrating Electro-Coagulation and Biological ProcessesFederal: $5,510
Non-Federal: $11,020
Halis SimsekLivestock, Wastewater, Nitrogen, Organic, Removal
2017NDAnnual BaseCapturing the Lost Phosphorous by Enhanced Bioretention Cells Amended with Low-cost AdsorbentsFederal: $6,754
Non-Federal: $13,508
Feng XiaoAdsorbent, Phosphate, Iron-based materials
2017NDAnnual BaseStudy On-Farm Evaluation of Interactive Effect of Subsurface Tile Drainage, Tillage and Crop Rotation on Nitrate LeachingFederal: $3,149
Non-Federal: $6,298
Amitava ChatterjeeNitrate, Surface water, Tile drainage
2017NDAnnual BaseRemoval of Trichloroethylene and Fluoride from Water by Nanoscale Zero-valent Iron Supported on Novel Activated CarbonFederal: $5,510
Non-Federal: $11,020
Achintya BezbaruahActivated carbon, Nanoscale zero-valent iron, Adsorption
2017NDAnnual BaseEffect of Water Level on Soybean Growth with High Salinity WaterFederal: $3,936
Non-Federal: $7,872
Halis SimsekSoybean, Root-zone, Water table, Climatic conditions
2017NDAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and CommunicationFederal: $10,424
Non-Federal: $20,848
Eakalak KhanInformation Dissemination, Communication, Website, Newsletter, Annual Seminar
2017NEAnnual BaseImpact of Variable Rate Irrigation on Consumptive Use of Water ResourcesFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,002
Derek Heeren, Daran Rudnick, Francisco MunozArriolavariable rate irrigation, consumptive use
2017NEAnnual BaseUtilizing biotrickling filters to reduce water consumption at fermentation and dryer stacks in ethanol plantsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,065
Ashraf AlyHassanbiotrickling filter, VOCs, Ethanol plant
2017NEAnnual BaseSpatial Variability of Streambed Hydraulic Conductivity across Multiple Stream OrdersFederal: $19,992
Non-Federal: $39,706
Aaron Mittelstet, Troy Gilmorestreambed hydraulic conductivity; SWAT-MODFLOW; hydrologic model
2017NHAnnual BaseHot and Salty: Assessing ecological stress in New Hampshire streams at community, population, and molecular levelsFederal: $13,365
Non-Federal: $33,393
Amy Villamagnasalt stress, thermal stress, bioindicators
2017NHAnnual BaseStormwater and Development: How do New Hampshire’s communities address the impacts in the land use planning process?Federal: $12,192
Non-Federal: $30,517
June HammondRowanstormwater, land use planning
2017NJAnnual BaseMarsh Plants-Derived Biochar for Synergistic Decontamination of Dioxins, PCBs, and Mercury in Passaic RiverFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Mengyan Li, Francisco ArtigasPassaic River, Biochar, Dioxins, PCBs, Mercury, Capping
2017NJAnnual BaseUsing geophysical technologies to delineate and monitor saltwater intrusion within New Jersey coastal aquifersFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Judy Robinson, Lee Slatersaltwater intrusion, geophysics, water quality
2017NJAnnual BaseRemoval of polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) and other micropollutants using spiky sweetgum seeds as renewable bioadsorbents to support "waste control by waste" and point-of-use (POU) water treatment devicesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Likun Hua, Wen ZhangPFASs, Micropollutant, Biomass, Point-of-use, Bioadsorbents
2017NJAnnual BaseDesigner Bacteria for Restoring the Passaic RiverFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Rachel Dean, Donna E. Fennelldiozin, 2,3,7,8-TCDD, biodegradation, novel, remediation, application
2017NJAnnual BaseDeveloping a Multitasking "Green" Technology for Removal of Wastewater Contaminants and Bioethanol ProductionFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Saumik Panja, Dibyendu SarkarVetiver, wastewater, stress-response, bioethanol, constructed wetland
2017NJAnnual BaseFinding the source: towards quantitative methods for microbial sourcing trackingFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Sarah Phelan, Nicole FahrenfeldMicrobial Source Tracking, Amplicon Sequencing, qPCR
2017NJAnnual BaseMercury (Hg) Flux at the Sediment-Water Interface: The Effect of Microbial Hg(0) OxidationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Yuwei Wang, Nathan YeeSediment, Bacteria, Hg(0) oxidation, Model
2017NMAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $21,637
Non-Federal: $27,889
Catherine Ortega KlettWater Resources Education, Information Transfer, Information Dissemination
2017NMAnnual BaseGeographic Information Systems for Water Resources Research PlanningFederal: $38,698
Non-Federal: $55,167
Alexander Fernald
2017NMAnnual BaseDigital Soil Mapping for Improving Hydrological Modeling of NM Water ResourcesFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Colby BrungardHydrology, Digital Soil Mapping, Hydrologic Modeling, Ecohydrologic modeling
2017NMAnnual BaseEFFECT OF WILDFIRE ASH ON WATER QUALITYFederal: $17,000
Non-Federal: $34,000
Jose Cerrato
2017NVAnnual BaseWastewater Reuse and Uptake of Contaminants of Emerging Concerns by PlantsFederal: $17,557
Non-Federal: $36,354
Kumud Acharya, Daniel Gerritywater resources, emerging contaminants, trace organic chemicals, bioaccumulation, plants
2017NYAnnual BaseRemote Sensing of Harmful Algal Blooms by Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones)Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
Ileana Dumitriu, John HalfmanRemote Sensing, Harmful Algal Blooms, Spectroscopy, Unmanned Aerial Systems
2017NYAnnual BaseVariability in water quality and the effect of climate change and teleconnections on lake thermal structure in the Sky Lakes of Shawangunk RidgeFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
David Richardsonwater quality, climate change, lakes, Shawangunk Ridge
2017NYAnnual BaseDynamic sediment-discharge rating curve models to support climate-smart management of water quality in the New York City water supply systemFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Scott SteinschneiderExtreme Events; Suspended Sediment; Water Management
2017NYAnnual BaseOtsego Lake Water Quality Constant Monitoring SystemFederal: $7,105
Non-Federal: $0
Kiyoko Yokota, Paul Lordclimate change, lake temperature, climate sentinel, lake stratification, turnover, ice-in/out, winter limnology, high resolution data, long term data, GLEON, global trends
2017NYAnnual BaseQuantifying the ecosystem services of nitrogen removal and carbon sequestration in restored urban tidal wetlandsFederal: $19,675
Non-Federal: $39,351
Chester ZarnochRestoration, Eutrophication, Nitrogen, Denitrification
2017OHAnnual BaseBog HELPR: Bog History, Ecosystem status and Land-use for Peatland Restoration in OhioFederal: $26,566
Non-Federal: $27,397
Gwilym Davies, Gil Bohrerrestoration, peatland, ecohydrology, hydrochemical, ecosystem services, historical ecology
2017OHAnnual BaseCharacterizing the Link Between Algal Bloom Biomass and Methane Production in Ohio ReservoirsFederal: $29,806
Non-Federal: $49,483
Ishi Buffam, Trinity Hamiltonalgae, nutrient loading, labile organic carbon, methane emissions, methanogens
2017OHAnnual BaseQuantifying direct groundwater discharge to Lake Erie and vulnerability to hidden nutrient loadsFederal: $29,087
Non-Federal: $31,001
Audrey Sawyersurface water-groundwater interactions, nutrients, direct groundwater discharge, Lake Erie
2017OKAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProjectFederal: $15,956
Non-Federal: $31,912
Justin Moss
2017OKAnnual BaseUtilizing native isopods to assess the connectivity and quality of Oklahoma groundwaterFederal: $24,921
Non-Federal: $49,842
Ronald Bonett, Alexander HessConnectivity, Biodiversity
2017OKAnnual BaseQuantifying sedimentation in upstream flood control reservoirs across OklahomaFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,001
Ronald Miller, Lucie GuertaultFlood control structures, sedimentation, watershed yield, erosion model
2017OKAnnual BaseCombining Remote Sensing and In-Situ Data to Estimate Soil Moisture Across Mixed Land Cover TypesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Tyson Ochsner, Chris ZouSoil moisture, plant available water, remote sensing
2017OKAnnual BaseThe Impact of Drought on Vegetation Water Use in Different Climatic Divisions across OklahomaFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Saleh Taghvaeian, Prasanna GowdaEvapotranspiration, climate, drought, remote sensing
2017OKAnnual BaseEconomics of Groundwater Interaction and Competing CropsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Arthur Stoecker
2017ORAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $43,895
Non-Federal: $166,866
Todd JarvisUndergraduate Training, Graduate Training, Public Outreach
2017PAAnnual BaseToward Improved Predictability of Sub-seasonal to Seasonal Streamflow in PennsylvaniaFederal: $19,885
Non-Federal: $38,890
Alfonso Mejiastreamflow, prediction, climate, water
2017PAAnnual BaseEvaluating Septic Systems as a Source of Enteric Pathogens in Private Water Supply Wells of PennsylvaniaFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $47,645
Heather Murphygroundwater, septic systems, enteric pathogens, viruses, public health, acute gastrointestinal illness
2017PAAnnual BaseImpacts of Shale Gas Produced Water on Disinfection Byproduct Formation in Water UtilitiesFederal: $21,991
Non-Federal: $43,845
Yuefeng XieProduced water; Disinfection byproduct; Treatment; Hydraulic fracturing
2017PAAnnual BaseImpact of Spreading Oil & Gas Wastewater as Road Treatments on Water QualityFederal: $19,997
Non-Federal: $43,298
William Burgosoil and gas wastewater, road spreading, road salt, dust suppressants, salinization, groundwater
2017PRAnnual BaseWillingness to pay for water scarcity eradication and water service attributes in Puerto Rico: Results from contingent valuation and choice experiments methodsFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $47,708
Hector Tavarez, Carmen Alamo, Mildred CortsEconomics, Drought, Water Resources Development, Water Demand
2017PRAnnual BaseAtrazine degradation with visible-light photocatalysis using iron-grafted TiO2 nanoparticles: Evaluation and applications for water treatmentFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $32,890
Pedro Tarafa, OMarcelo Suarez, Sylvia RodriguezAbudoPesticides, toxic substances, agriculture, oxidation, water treatment, public health, photocatalysis, open channels
2017PRAnnual BaseThird Conference on Water Resource Sustainability Issues on Tropical IslandsFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $3,000
Jorge Rivera-Santos, Walter SilvaIsland Institutes, tropical Islands
2017RIAnnual BaseWater Purification via Hydrogels with Voltage-Controlled Electrodynamic PropertiesFederal: $22,067
Non-Federal: $60,135
Samantha Meenach, Stephen Kennedywastewater, hydrogel, treatment, controlled adsorption
2017RIAnnual BaseOccurrence and formation of N-DBPs in source waters of Rhode IslandFederal: $20,746
Non-Federal: $48,367
Soni Pradhanang, Tom Boving, David ReckhowN-DBPs, Nitrosamines, Chlorination, Drinking water, Rhode Island
2017RIAnnual BaseClean Drinking Water in Rhode IslandFederal: $8,429
Non-Federal: $21,319
Christopher HunterClean water
2017SCAnnual BaseEndemic BartramFederal: $24,641
Non-Federal: $49,252
Brandon Peoples, Yoichiro Kannorestoration planning, land cover, sentinel species, endemic
2017SCAnnual BasePhosphorus removal from nutrient enriched agricultural runoff waterFederal: $28,294
Non-Federal: $56,335
Sarah White, John Majsztrikeuttrophication, surface water, runoff, specialty crops
2017SDAnnual BaseEvaluation of Nitrate Removal Rates of Denitrification Bioreactors Using Agricultural Residue MediaFederal: $23,062
Non-Federal: $46,151
Guanghui Hua, Christopher SchmitSubsurface Drainage, Nitrate, Denitrification, Agricultural Residue
2017SDAnnual BaseEvaluating E. coli particle attachment and the impact on transport during high flows (Year 2)Federal: $24,946
Non-Federal: $49,892
Rachel McDaniel, Bruce BleakleyE. coli, fecal indicators, water quality
2017SDAnnual BaseSouth Dakota Water Resources Institute FY2017 Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $32,113
Non-Federal: $64,225
Van Kelley, Rachel McDaniel, David KringenOutreach, Service, Communication, Interaction, Information.
2017TNAnnual BaseEvaluation of Fecal Indicators and Pathogens at Recreational Beaches in Central TennesseeFederal: $16,439
Non-Federal: $56,853
Frank Bailey, Megan Stallardfecal indicators, Coliphages, snad, freshwater beaches, pathogens, E.coli
2017TNAnnual BaseSediment Source Tracking in Urban Watersheds: An Applicationin the Second Creek ObservatoryFederal: $8,964
Non-Federal: $17,806
Jon Hathaway, Thanos Papanicolaou, Christopher Wilsonsediment, source tracking, urban, stormwater, stream
2017TNAnnual BaseCharacteristics of Fine Sediment Embeddedness: Towards Understanding Drainage Network Transport LagsFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $18,972
John Schwartzsediment transport processes. fine sediment, sediment TMDL, embeddedness
2017TNAnnual BaseExamining Sediment Rating Curve Hysteresis with State-of-the-Art SensorsFederal: $7,144
Non-Federal: $13,848
Achilleas Tsakiris, Thanos Papanicolaou, Jon Hathawayradio frequency identification, tracers, temperature, hysteresis, rating curve
2017TNAnnual BaseCombined Field Study of Turbulenceand Bed Morphology in Mountainous Boulder Arrayed StreamsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,550
Micah Wyssmann, Thanos Papanicolaoubeadload transport, mountainous streams, boulder arrays, bedload pulsation, gravel bed streams
2017TXAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $82,335
Non-Federal: $83,465
John Tracy, Danielle Kalisek, Kevin Wagner
2017TXAnnual BaseAnalyzing the Impact of Land Use Changes on Urban Flood Risk in Northwest Houston, Texas, and Prediction of Future Flood VulnerabilityFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Philip Bedient, Avantika GoriUrban Flooding, Land Use Change, Development Planning, Stormwater Management
2017TXAnnual BaseEffects of Salinity on Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) Removal in Combined Biological Activated Carbon/Reverse Osmosis SystemsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,003
Audra Morse, Asef RedwanSalinity, Dissolved Organic Carbon, Biological pretreatment, Reverse Osmosis
2017UTAnnual BaseMapping Didymosphenia in the Logan River DrainageFederal: $33,763
Non-Federal: $64,803
Janice Brahney, Bethany Neilsoninvasive species, nutrients, physical properties, gauging, groundwater/surface water interactions, public outreach
2017UTAnnual BaseUse of sUAS for Mapping Wetland Flow Paths and Consumptive Use in the San Rafael River, UtahFederal: $39,060
Non-Federal: $52,910
Alfonso Torres-Rua, Ian Gowing, Leila HassanEsfahaniFish habitat, invasive vegetation, wetlands, water use, Tamarisk, Intermountain West
2017VAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $72,990
Non-Federal: $120,010
Stephen H. Schoenholtz
2017VIAnnual BaseWater Ambassador Program IIIFederal: $19,849
Non-Federal: $0
christina chanes, David Morris, Stanley Latesky, Norton OrangeOutreach, Citizen Science, Water conservation, Water resources, Water quality
2017VIAnnual BaseThe USVI-Climate Monitor: Unifying Precipitation Monitoring Across the St. Thomas MicroclimatesFederal: $23,650
Non-Federal: $0
David Morris, Roy Watlington, Norton Orange, William Wilson
2017VIAnnual BaseThird Conference on Water Resource Sustainability Issues on Tropical IslandsFederal: $7,115
Non-Federal: $0
Kristin Wilson Grimes, Darren Lerner, Jorge Rivera-Santos, John Jenson
2017VTAnnual BaseTrails to remediation: the effects of seasonal variations on the acid mine drainage microbiome at Ely Copper Mine in Vershire, VTFederal: $33,985
Non-Federal: $67,973
LesleyAnn Giddingsacid mine drainage, metabolites, microbiome, acidophiles, metal-resistance genes
2017VTAnnual BasePhosphorus export from forested watersheds in the Missisquoi BasinFederal: $10,004
Non-Federal: $28,342
Donald Ross, Beverley Wemple, Vanesa Perillophosphorus, sediment, forests
2017VTAnnual BaseApplication of neural networks to classify erosional and depositional stream reaches in glacially-conditioned Vermont catchmentsFederal: $9,998
Non-Federal: $19,958
Donna Rizzo, Mandar Dewoolkar, Kristen Underwoodsediment flux, geomorphology, stream power, clustering algorithms
2017VTAnnual BasePharm-free surface waters: Identifying barriers and motivators that influence Vermonters' participation in pharmaceutical take-back programsFederal: $5,376
Non-Federal: $4,406
Christine Vatovec, Alexandra Millarpharmaceutical contamination, multi-disciplinary, points of intervention
2017VTAnnual BaseGlobal to local assessment of cyanotoxins in fishFederal: $39,859
Non-Federal: $74,873
Jason Stockwell, Todd Millercyanobacteria, toxins, water, fish, human health
2017WAAnnual BaseScaling of hydrologic and land-surface responses: Are the right processes represented at the right scale?Federal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,000
Nicholas Engdahl, Alexandra RicheyHydrologic modeling, integrated models, upscaling
2017WAAnnual BaseAdaptive governance of riparian lands in Washington State: coordinating policy and practice to leverage river and floodplain benefitsFederal: $25,646
Non-Federal: $61,386
Alexander Fremier, Barbara Cosensriparian, biological conservation, resource conservation, water law, planning
2017WAAnnual BaseFrequency Analysis of Historic and Future Droughts in Yakima BasinFederal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,002
yonas Demissie, Jennifer Adam, Akram HossainDrought, Yakima basin, Frequency analysis
2017WAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $11,689
Non-Federal: $13,283
Jonathan Yoder, Jennifer AdamInformation Transfer, outreach
2017WIAnnual BaseUniversity of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute - Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $19,990
Non-Federal: $92,026
Moira Harringtonpublic information, communications, publications, library
2017WIAnnual BaseWisconsin Water Resources Fellowship: Collaborating with Water ManagersFederal: $32,318
Non-Federal: $44,381
Jennifer Hauxwellfellowship, state agency, water resources, policy
2017WIAnnual BaseWisconsin Inititative on Climate Change Impacts: Water Resources Working GroupFederal: $20,331
Non-Federal: $10,776
Daniel J. Vimont, David Lieblclimate change, water quantity, water quality
2017WIAnnual BaseGeologic sources of radium to municipal wells in WisconsinFederal: $14,696
Non-Federal: $4,963
Matthew GinderVogel, Madeline GotkowitzRadium, Groundwater, Municipal Water Supplies, Geochemistry
2017WVAnnual Base2017 Mid-Atlantic Water Resources ConferenceFederal: $13,931
Non-Federal: $27,861
Tamara Vandivort, Andrew StacyWater resources, research, management, planning, technology, funding, policy, education, information transfer
2017WVAnnual BasePhase 2: Environmental STEM (E-STEM) Research Program: West Virginia University/Boy Scouts of America Summit Bechtel Reserve 2017 National Scout JamboreeFederal: $57,886
Non-Federal: $115,773
Paul Ziemkiewicz, Andrew StacySTEM, aquatic ecology, climate, water monitoring
2017WYAnnual BaseProduced Water Treatment with Smart Materials for Reuse in Energy ExplorationFederal: $24,593
Non-Federal: $214,196
Dongmei LiWater quality, Water treatment, Produced water, Smart Materials,
2016AKAnnual BaseTransport of CH4 through Open Taliks in Discontinuous Permafrost AquifersFederal: $17,889
Non-Federal: $35,779
David BarnesPermafrost, Taliks, Methane
2016AKAnnual BaseInitiating a network of long-term records of lake-level fluctuations in interior Alaska in relation to climate changeFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Matthew WoollerInterior Alaska, lake level reconstruction, climate change, paleoclimate record, radiocarbon dating
2016AKAnnual BaseRemoval of Toxic Heavy Metals from Contaminated Water Using a Metal-Organic Framework (MOF)-Graphene Oxide (GO) Hybrid MaterialFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Lei Zhangwater treatment, adsorption, metal-organic framework, graphene oxide, heavy metals
2016AKAnnual BaseVariable lapse rates and the mass balance of a well-studied glacier in south-central AlaskaFederal: $19,920
Non-Federal: $41,671
Roman Dial, Jason Geckglacier runoff, atmospheric coupling, snowpack, water supply
2016ALAnnual BaseIntegrating Remote Sensing and Biogeochemical Characterizations at High Resolutions to Determine Source and Amount of inorganic and Organic Nutrients Exported From Agricultural WatershedsFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,828
Yuehan Lu, Eben BroadbentLand-Water Interactions, Landscape Management, Organic Compounds
2016ALAnnual BaseIdentification of Stream Bed Sediment Sources Using Sediment FingerprintingFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $43,742
Jasmeet LambaSedimentation, Soil Erosion, Phosphorus, Watershed Management, Trace
2016ALAnnual BaseOnsite Wastewater Management in Hale and Wilcox Counties: Failing Septic Systems, Direct Discharge by "Straight Pipes" and Microbial Source TrackingFederal: $21,980
Non-Federal: $43,964
Mark Elliott, Kevin WhiteSeptic Tanks, Water Quality, Bacteria, Viruses, Public Health, Wastewater,
2016ALAnnual BaseScience and Policy of Environmental Instream Flows in the Tombigbee River Basin, Alabama and Mississippi: An Interstate ComparisonFederal: $21,915
Non-Federal: $43,830
Sarah Praskievicz, Bennett BeardenInstream Flow (125), Ecosystems (71), Policy Analysis (180), Rivers (206), Channels (37), Law (140)
2016ARAnnual BasePartitioning rice field evapotranspiration into evaporation and transpiration componentsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Benjamin RunkleEvaporation, transpiration
2016ARAnnual BaseComparative Microbial Community Dynamics in a Karst Aquifer System and Proximal Surface Stream in Northwest ArkansasFederal: $22,931
Non-Federal: $46,954
Matthew Covington, Kristen Gibsonkarst; microbial community; contaminant transport; E. coli.
2016ARAnnual BaseInvestigating Fate of Engineered Nanoparticles in Wastewater BiofilmsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,138
Wen ZhangEngineered nanoparticles, wastewater, biofilms
2016ARAnnual BaseTracking the growth of on-site irrigation infrastructure in the Arkansas Delta with remote sensing analysisFederal: $4,852
Non-Federal: $9,828
Kent KovacsRemote Sensing, Irrigation, Aquifer
2016ARAnnual BaseBiological and ecological consequences of sub-lethal ion concentrations on microbial and macroinvertebrate detritivores.Federal: $12,093
Non-Federal: $30,000
Sally Entrekin, Michelle Evans-White, Natalie Clayions, detritivores, ecosystem functions
2016ARAnnual BaseCharacterization of nutrient sources, transport pathways, and transformations using stable isotope and geochemical tools in the Big Creek watershed of northwest ArkansasFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,068
Phil Hays, Erik Pollock, Kelly Sokoloskynutrient sources, nitrogen, phosphate, Big Creek
2016ARAnnual BaseDoes macrograzer activity drive seasonal variations in algal biomass in Ozark streams?Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Michelle Evans-Whitestonerollers, Campostoma spp., total nitrogen, total phosphorus, algae, grazers, nutrient criteria, stressor-response, dose-reponse
2016ARAnnual BaseArkansas Water Resources Center - Information TransferFederal: $2,599
Non-Federal: $8,341
Brian Haggard, Erin Scottconference, social media, newsletter, electronic library, website
2016AZAnnual BaseSunlight-driven reactive oxygen species production for natural attenuation of wastewater trace organic compoundsFederal: $9,999
Non-Federal: $20,092
Robert Arnold, David Quanrudemerging contaminant, advanced oxidatio processes
2016AZAnnual BaseRecycled water use for Agriculture: On-farm Demonstration and EvaluationFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $22,757
Channah Rockrecycled water, agriculture, best management practices
2016AZAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $69,336
Non-Federal: $140,234
Sharon Megdal, Susanna Eden, Jean McLain
2016CAAnnual BaseUsing Soil Exopolysaccharides (EPS) to make California grapes more drought-adaptedFederal: $12,396
Non-Federal: $6,632
Joseph BlankinshipSoil, Exopolysaccharides, drought
2016CAAnnual BaseExplaining Current and Future Trends in Adoption by California Municipalities and Counties of Policies Limiting or Banning High-Volume Hydraulic FracturingFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $4,091
Gwen ArnoldLaw, Institutions, and Policy, Management and Planning, Water Use
2016CAAnnual BaseCharacterizing the Impact of Salton Sea Water Management and Restoration Practices on Regional Air QualityFederal: $10,867
Non-Federal: $3,547
Roya BahreiniSalton Sea, particulate matter
2016CAAnnual BaseMetagenomic Analysis of Groundwater Wells for Risk Assessment and Development of Intervention Strategies to Improve Water EfficacyFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $5,500
Clarissa Noblegroundwater well, biofilm
2016CAAnnual BaseMonitoring tree survival and performance in street-side stormwater management facilitiesFederal: $9,991
Non-Federal: $2,598
Igor Lacanstormwater facilities, trees, water treatment
2016CAAnnual BaseQuantifying methylmercury loads from California rice fieldsFederal: $11,100
Non-Federal: $2,886
Bruce Linquistrice, methylmercury, irrigation
2016CAAnnual BaseDebris flow and debris basin management impacts on water qualityFederal: $24,378
Non-Federal: $5,274
Andrew GrayWater quality, debris flow and basin, water use
2016CAAnnual BaseThe Influence of Incubation Temperature on Aerobic Swimming Performance of Juvenile SalmonidsFederal: $24,654
Non-Federal: $6,410
Amanda BanetJuvenile Salmonids, Incubation Temperature, water use
2016COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $44,614
Non-Federal: $162,410
Reagan WaskomTechnology Transfer, Information Dissemination
2016COAnnual BaseInvestigating relationships between drought managment strategies and factors contributing to their selection in analysis of adaptive capacity of South Platte River Basin water providersFederal: $4,948
Non-Federal: $2,474
Dennis Ojima, Amber Childress-RunyonInstitutions, Adaptation, Providers
2016COAnnual BaseWatershed monitoring across the snow transition zone: an east slope-west slope comparisonFederal: $4,770
Non-Federal: $2,385
Stephanie Kampf, John HammondSnow, Soil Moisture, Runoff Generation, Watershed Monitoring
2016COAnnual BaseChanges in water, sediment and organic carbon storage in active and abandoned beaver meadowsFederal: $4,912
Non-Federal: $2,456
Ellen WohlBeaver Meadows,Water Storage,Carbon Storage
2016COAnnual BaseEvaluating wood jam stability in riversFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,500
Ellen WohlWood, Stability, Guidelines
2016COAnnual BaseChannel restoration monitoring of the Upper Colorado River, Rocky Mountain National Park, COFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,500
Sara RathburnChannel Restoration, Hyporheic Exchange, Sediment Transport
2016COAnnual BaseWater sampling and the effects of plastic absorption on heavy metalsFederal: $3,200
Non-Federal: $0
Randi BrazeauSampling, Heavy Metals, Plastic Absorption
2016COAnnual BaseMicrobial community responses to metals contamination: mechanisms of metals exposure and bioaccumulation in a stream food web.Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,500
Will Clements, Brian WolffStream Assessment, Water Quality, Superfund Site
2016COAnnual BaseComparing fine scale snow depth measurements at rocky and flat surfaces using lidar and photogrammetry derived digital elevation modelsFederal: $4,891
Non-Federal: $2,446
Steven FassnachtSnow, Photogrammetry, Lidar
2016CTAnnual BaseState of Water Resources in Connecticut from a Human Dimensions Perspective – Baseline DataFederal: $14,992
Non-Federal: $32,422
Anita Morzillohuman dimensions, natural resources management and planning, public perceptions, social science, water use
2016CTAnnual BaseMicrofluidic-based Biosensor Chip for Rapid and Calibration-free Detection of Viable E. coli and Total Coliforms for Water Quality ControlFederal: $48,988
Non-Federal: $118,991
Yu Lei, TaiHsi FanMicrofluidic Sensor, E. coli, total coliforms, detection
2016CTAnnual BaseCT IWR Technology TransferFederal: $27,228
Non-Federal: $19,031
Glenn Warner, James Hurd
2016DCAnnual BaseInfluence of consistently high levels of ammonium on food web dynamics in the Anacostia RiverFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $24,900
Caroline Solomonphytoplankton, nitrogen, ammonium, physiological stress, fisheries
2016DCAnnual BaseAssessing the effectiveness of interactive signage at advancing communicating, promoting, and educating the public on green infrastructure projects in public spacesFederal: $9,996
Non-Federal: $4,798
Kamran Zendehdel, Harris Trobman, Xiaochu HuGreen Infrastructure, Low Impact Development, Public Perception, Environmental Benefits, Interactive Signs, Public Perception Barriers, Experimental Research, Pre- and Post-Test Evaluation, Focus Group
2016DCAnnual BasePerformance evaluation of urban stream restoration using process-based modelingFederal: $9,920
Non-Federal: $23,872
Arash MassoudiehStream Restoration, Modeling, Sediments
2016DCAnnual BaseAnalysis of perchlorate in drinking water, surface water by AxION Direct sample analysis (DSA) /Time of flight (TOF) Mass SpectrometerFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $4,800
Sebhat Tefera, Yacov AssaPerchlorate, Water, Plant
2016DCAnnual BaseDevelopment of A Novel Stormwater Runoff Collection and Treatment System for Urban Agriculture and Food SecurityFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $34,400
Jiajun XuNanotechnology, Nanoparticles, Mesoporous Materials, Pollutnt, Removal, Wastewater Treatment, Stormwater Management, Water Quality
2016DCAnnual BaseA Comparative Study of Nearest-Neighbor Method (NNM) and Extended Nearest-Neighbor (ENN) Method for Annual Streamflow PredictionFederal: $9,779
Non-Federal: $19,663
Nian Zhang, Pradeep BeheraWater Quantity Prediction, Streamflow Prediction, Time Series Prediction, Nearest-Neighbor Method, Extended Nearest-Neighbor Method
2016DCAnnual BaseAnalysis of External and Internal Storm Event Characteristics for Washington DC based on different IETDsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $16,640
Pradeep BeheraStorm event, Precipitation Analysis, Hydrology, Urban Stormwater Managment
2016DCAnnual Base31P NMR Studies on the oxidative degradation of Glyphosate and its primary metabolite aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA) by transition metal oxide nanomaterilas in soil, water and sediment samplesFederal: $9,954
Non-Federal: $4,778
Xueqing SongNuclear Magnetic Resonance, Glysophate, Catalyst, Degradation
2016DEAnnual BaseState Water Resources Research Institute Program, Delaware Water Resources Center, Annual Proposal for Fiscal Year 2016Federal: $92,335
Non-Federal: $185,697
Gerald KauffmanWatershed, Water Quality, Hydrology, Aquatic Ecology, Water Policy
2016FLAnnual BaseTransport and loss of nitrogen within the Upper Floridan Aquifer in the Silver Springs SpringshedFederal: $32,000
Non-Federal: $64,000
James Jawitzdenitrification, solute flux, groundwater age
2016FLAnnual BaseAgricultural Water Security Through Sustainable Use of the Floridan AquiferFederal: $48,000
Non-Federal: $103,594
David Kaplan, Damian AdamsWater Quality, Water Quantity, Agriculture, Economics, Modeling, Sustainability, Groundwater, Water Use, Environmental Regulation
2016FLAnnual BaseDevelopment of Methods for Quantifying Water and Contaminant Fluxes in Karst SystemsFederal: $89,623
Non-Federal: $178,173
Mark Newman, Kirk Hatfieldwater flux, contaminant flux, karst
2016FLAnnual BaseData Quality Improvement for NEXRAD and Stage Data Phase IIFederal: $16,000
Non-Federal: $32,000
Ramesh TeegavarapuHydrometeorological Data, Stage, South Florida Water Management District, outliers, anomaly detection, statistical, rule-based and data mining methods
2016FLAnnual BaseFlorida Water Resources Information TransferFederal: $29,032
Non-Federal: $19,016
Kirk Hatfield, Mark Newman
2016GAAnnual BasePhosphorus and Metal Speciation Dynamics during Thermal Treatment of Sewage SludgesFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Yuanzhi Tangsludge, phosphorus, metals, thermal treatment, nutrient recycling
2016GAAnnual BaseGeostatistical Models for Optimizing Groundwater Monitoring Network in the Lower Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River basinFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Jian Luogeostatistical models; optimization; groundwater monitoring
2016GAAnnual BaseFecal bacteria source tracking, nutrient analysis, and modeling of an urban TMDL watershedFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
David Radcliffe, Mussie Habteselassiefecal bacteria, nitrogen, source tracking, urban watershed, stormwater management model,
2016GAAnnual BaseComparison of Oconee and Ocmulgee river basins for sustainable ecosystem and economic development of Middle GeorgiaFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Ernest Tollner, Todd Rasmussen, Abhyuday MandalWater flow, Water quality, Economic Development, Ocmulgee River
2016GUAnnual BaseExpansion of baseline data for the Northern Guam Lens Aquifer and evaluation of innovative treatments to reduce contaminant input to the aquiferFederal: $35,455
Non-Federal: $0
Joe Rouse, Nathan Habana, John JensonBaseline data, aquifer, Nitrates, Ammonium, Contaminants, Wastewater treatment
2016GUAnnual BaseExploring the natural limits of the Northern Guam Lens Aquifer: A step toward optimum sustainable management, Phase 3 model implementation: determining ultimate yieldFederal: $27,579
Non-Federal: $0
Nathan Habana, John JensonGroundwater availability, Groundwater quality
2016GUAnnual BaseEnhancing Predictions of Average Flow and Flow Duration Curves at Ungauged Stream Sites in Guam Using the USGS South Guam Streamflow ModelFederal: $19,264
Non-Federal: $0
Leroy Heitz, Shahram Khosrowpanah, Mark LanderStream Flow Modeling, Stream Flow Variability, Flow Duration Curves
2016GUAnnual BaseIdentification and Delineation of Land-Based Mercury Sources Impacting Fisheries in the Southern Central Coastal Region of Saipan LagoonFederal: $37,823
Non-Federal: $0
Gary Denton, Michael Trianni, Michael Tenorio, Hyun-Jong HahmMonitoring, Mercury, Fish, Sediments, Soils, Stormwater Runoff, Drainage Pathways, Saipan Lagoon, Saipan, CNMI, Micronesia
2016GUAnnual BaseReal-time investigation of the impacts of the 2015-16 El Nin water resources in the CNMIFederal: $17,702
Non-Federal: $0
Mark Lander, Shahram Khosrowpanah[ENCODING ERROR]
2016GUAnnual BaseBuilding the Resilience of Communities and their Ecosystems to the Impacts of Climate Change through an Integrated Natural Resource Management, Education, and Outreach campaign in Pohnpei, Federated States of MicronesiaFederal: $20,681
Non-Federal: $0
Francisca Obispo, Joseph EugeneCommunity outreach & awareness, Climate change Disaster adaptation, Water quantity
2016GUAnnual BaseDigital Atlas of Pohnpei State Federal: $26,160
Non-Federal: $0
Danko Taborosi, Shahram KhosrowpanahGIS, geospatial data, maps, natural resources, infrastructure, hydrology
2016GUAnnual BaseBeneficial use of Piggery Waste with a Focus on Energy ProductionFederal: $25,111
Non-Federal: $0
Joe Rouse, Hyun-Jong HahmPigs, swine, hogs, manure, waste, wastewater, reuse, recycle, energy
2016GUAnnual BaseReal-time investigation of the impacts of the 2015-16 El Nin water resources in the FSMFederal: $15,729
Non-Federal: $0
Mark Lander, Shahram Khosrowpanah[ENCODING ERROR]
2016GUAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $27,191
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram KhosrowpanahInformation Transfer, Education, Water Resources
2016HIAnnual BaseUnderstanding the hydrology of a rainforest watershed in HawaiiFederal: $18,820
Non-Federal: $40,054
YinPhan Tsang, Carl EvensenHydrology, stream flow monitoring, rainforest, SWAT, climate, land cover
2016HIAnnual BaseWastewater treatment for point source processing and resuseFederal: $14,093
Non-Federal: $29,961
Michael Cooney, Marek KirsANAEROBIC, AEROBIC, DIGESTION, MICROPOLLUTANTS, PATHOGENS, WASTEWATER TREATMENT
2016HIAnnual BaseInfluence of anthropogenic and climatic forcing on water quality within a tropical coastal ecosystemFederal: $11,265
Non-Federal: $23,616
Rosanna AlegadoCoral reefs; molecular methods; microbial and benthic community responses; land-based sources of pollution
2016HIAnnual BaseIDENTIFYING GROUNDWATER FLOW AND CONTAMINATION TO STREAMS: KAHALUU WATERSHED, OAHUFederal: $21,668
Non-Federal: $45,160
Craig Glenn, Henrieta DulaiGroundwater, Onsite Disposal Systems, Water Pollution, Water Management, Groundwater Fate and Transport, Water Quality, Environmental Impacts
2016HIAnnual BaseMicrobial communities and sources of bacteria in Honolulu’s water supplyFederal: $18,869
Non-Federal: $39,980
Marek Kirsgroundwater, drinking water, microbial communities, water quality, bioterrorism
2016HIAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $2,510
Non-Federal: $5,061
Philip Moravciktechnology transfer, outreach, public information, information dissemination
2016IAAnnual BaseInformation Transfer 2016Federal: $40,841
Non-Federal: $20,421
Richard Cruse, Melissa Miller
2016IAAnnual BaseValidation of Satellite Observations of Soil Moisture to Facilitate Forecasts of Soil Water Storage in IowaFederal: $9,423
Non-Federal: $4,711
Brian Hornbucklesoil moisture; satellite remote sensing; weather forecasting; climate prediction; agriculture
2016IAAnnual BaseEvaluation of subsurface drainage on P losses in the Black Hawk Lake Watershed, IowaFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $13,752
Conrad brendel, Michelle SoupirNutrients, Phosphorous, Drainage
2016IAAnnual BaseThe role of iron mobility from anoxic sediments in stimulating harmful algal bloomsFederal: $29,911
Non-Federal: $95,201
Elizabeth Swannereutrophic lakes, nutrient loading, harmful algal blooms (HABs), anoxia, iron bioavailability
2016IDAnnual BaseSeasonal Flux of Environmental Conditions and Metal Solutes in the Shallow Groundwater Environment of the Mining-Impacted Upper Coeur dFederal: $13,914
Non-Federal: $27,928
Jeff Langmaninterstitial microenvironments, metal mobility, mining impacts, seasonal solute flux
2016IDAnnual BaseIdaho Drought PlanningFederal: $14,908
Non-Federal: $35,554
Mark SolomonDrought, Planning, Policy
2016IDAnnual BaseStakeholder Engagement, Outreach and EducationFederal: $48,500
Non-Federal: $71,663
Mark Solomon, Brant Miller, Julie Scanlin, Jerry LongStakeholder Engagement, Outreach, Education
2016ILAnnual BaseIdentifying wetland inundation extent and patterns in IllinoisFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Michael EichholzWetland inundation, habitat availability, wetland resources, water allocation
2016ILAnnual BaseUnder the Cover of Darkness: Nighttime water use by native, biofuel and agricultural crops of IllinoisFederal: $9,853
Non-Federal: $26,911
Max Berkelhammer, Benjamin AlsipTranspiration, water use, economic plants, agriculture, climate change, hydrological impact
2016ILAnnual BaseSpatial and temporal modeling of road salts in a watershed with mixed, urban and agricultural, land useFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $24,780
Eric PetersonDeicers; Road salts; transport and fate; modeling
2016ILAnnual BaseEvaluating Water Quantity and Water Quality Issues in Illinois Streams using Large-Scale Particle Image Velocimetry (LSPIV)Federal: $9,915
Non-Federal: $19,829
Bruce Rhoadsstream gauging, river velocity measurements, mixing processes, particle image velocimetry, unmanned aircraft systems in hydrology
2016ILAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer to the People of IllinoisFederal: $46,567
Non-Federal: $11,828
Lisa Merrifield
2016INAnnual BaseFloodplain restoration and nutrient retention in the Wabash River BasinFederal: $14,981
Non-Federal: $30,452
Sara McMillan, Venkatesh MerwadeYellow Floodplains, nutrients, water quality, resotration, nitrogen, phosphorus
2016INAnnual BasePilot investigation of variable contaminant loads in fish as a result of foraging and habitat specializationFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,142
Tomas Hook, Timothy MalinichYellow Perch, Mercury, PCBs, Population Trophic Structuring
2016INAnnual BaseWater and nutrient recovery from aquaculture effluents through vegetable productionFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $53,892
Hye-Ji Kim, Paul Brown, Cary Mitchell, Robert Rodenitrogen, phosphorus, eutrophication, aquaponics, wastewater, water reuse, sustainability, food security
2016INAnnual BasePredicting toxic cyanobacteria blooms in the Wabash River WatershedFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Allison Rober, Kevin Wyattcyanobacteria, harmful algal bloom, human health, microcystin, temperature, toxin, freshwater
2016INAnnual BaseNutrient removal efficiency of a combined surface/subsurface flow wetland systemFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $41,400
Pierre-Andre Jacintheconstructed wetlands, edge of field, nitrate, SRP, greenhouse gas
2016KSAnnual BaseGovernor's Conference on the Future of Water in KansasFederal: $24,958
Non-Federal: $34,920
Dan DevlinConference
2016KSAnnual BaseQuantifying Ephermeral Gully Erosion and Evaluating Mitigation Strategies with Field Monitoring and Computer ModelingFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $52,010
Aleksey SheshukovEphemeral Gully, Erosion, Modeling
2016KSAnnual BaseMonitoring the Effectiveness of Streambank Stabilization Projects in Northeast KansasFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,860
Charles BardenErosion, Streambanks, Revetment
2016KSAnnual BaseAssessing the impact of constructed wetlands on nitrogen transformation and release from tile outlet terraces (TOTs) in KansasFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $72,518
Pamela Sullivan, Ted PeltierTOTs, wetlands, nitrogen
2016KSAnnual BaseContaminant Barriers or Pathways? Hydraulic and chemical methods to improve characterization of shallow aquitards.Federal: $29,786
Non-Federal: $75,002
Jordi Batlle-Aguilar, James ButlerShallow Aquitards
2016KSAnnual BaseExamining Sedimentation and water quality of small impoundments: Sediment capturing opportunity upstream of federal reservoirsFederal: $29,982
Non-Federal: $60,982
Vahid RahmaniSedimentation, Water Quality, Impoundments
2016KYAnnual BaseSelenium removal by biological processes in water suppliesFederal: $9,966
Non-Federal: $20,092
Yi-Tin Wangbioreactor, microbial reduction,water treatment, coal mining
2016KYAnnual BaseNovel methods for the incorporation of AqpZ water channel protein in membranes for water filtrationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,055
Yinan Weiwater recycling, biomimetic membrane, molecular engineering
2016KYAnnual BaseAssessing the curve number method for modeling urban watersehd stormwater runoff across Louisville, KentuckyFederal: $4,844
Non-Federal: $10,366
Christopher Dayurbanization, rainfall, flooding, surface runoff
2016KYAnnual BaseDynamics of trace metal and ion concentrations in reclaimed mountaintop removal and reference headwater streamsFederal: $4,656
Non-Federal: $10,471
Steven Pricecentral Appalachia, electrical conductance, valley fills
2016KYAnnual BaseSediment fingerprinting and biogeochemical erosional model of the Otter Creek Basin, Fort Kox Army Post, KentuckyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,909
Alan Fryarstable isotope, miltary land, restoration
2016KYAnnual BaseBankfull regional curves and hydraulic geometry for the Eastern Kentucky Coal FieldFederal: $4,178
Non-Federal: $8,933
Carmen Agouridisstrean restoration, watersheds, fluvial geomorphology
2016KYAnnual BaseThe use of eDNA to detect bacterial genetic markers associated with fecal contamination in the Triplett Creek Watershed, Rowan County, KentuckyFederal: $4,836
Non-Federal: $9,854
Geoff Gearnersource tracking, Escherichia coli, qPCR
2016KYAnnual BaseClimate change impacts on soil-water availability under different land management: forest and grasslandsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,832
Brad Leeplant available water, drought resilience, climate change
2016KYAnnual BaseImpact of climate change on extreme hydrologic events in the Kentucky River BasinFederal: $4,991
Non-Federal: $9,983
Dwayne Edwardsrainfall variability, SWAT model, meteorological events
2016KYAnnual BaseKentucky information transfer projectFederal: $40,447
Non-Federal: $80,504
Lindell Ormsbeesymposium, web sites, research translation
2016LAAnnual BaseOccurrence and Control of Naegleria fowleri in Groundwater Sources in LouisianaFederal: $17,653
Non-Federal: $37,270
Samendra Sherchan, Jeffrey WickliffeNaegleria fowleri, groundwater, emerging pathogen, water quality, drinking water
2016LAAnnual BaseAssessing the Spatial Extent, Temporal Variability and Mechanisms of Inland Hypoxia in Louisiana WatersFederal: $15,480
Non-Federal: $31,599
Tracy Quirk, Kanchan MaitiWater quality, dissolved oxygen, freshwater, low-flow
2016LAAnnual BaseEconomic Impacts of Groundwater Salinity in Louisiana AgricultureFederal: $15,650
Non-Federal: $31,331
Krishna PaudelConjunctive surface and ground water use, dynamic modeling, economic impact, soil salinity
2016LAAnnual BaseSatellite-Assisted Approach to Adaptive Water Quality Management of Lower Boeuf RiverFederal: $16,200
Non-Federal: $33,081
Zhi-Qiang DengAdaptive management, remote sensing, water resources
2016MAAnnual BaseAdaptive Drought Vulnerability Index for Strategic Emergency Response (ADVISER) ModelFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,024
Sheree Pagsuyoindrought risk management, drought vulnerability, adaptive model, input-output analysis, climate change
2016MAAnnual BaseWater Resources SymposiaFederal: $16,729
Non-Federal: $42,714
Paula ReesSymposium, workshop, stormwater, water resources
2016MAAnnual BaseThe stable isotopic composition of shallow and deep ground waters in MassachusettsFederal: $23,141
Non-Federal: $48,569
David BouttStable Isotopes of Water, Groundwater Surface water interactions
2016MAAnnual BaseUnderstanding the interaction of renewable energy generation and desalination within the water-energy systemFederal: $5,021
Non-Federal: $11,601
Matthew LacknerRenewable energy, desalination
2016MDAnnual BaseAssessing riparian hydrologic pathways as controls on forested buffer function in the Antietam Creek watershed, western MarylandFederal: $34,957
Non-Federal: $83,193
Keith EshlemanRiparian forest buffer systems, Ridge and Valley Province, hydrology, nutrient runoff, best management practices, Chesapeake Bay watershed
2016MDAnnual BaseComparison of velocity, momentum, and flood wave celerity in natural versus channelized Coastal Plain streamsFederal: $23,746
Non-Federal: $47,492
Karen PrestegaardHydraulic geometry, flood wave,
2016MDAnnual BaseMaryland Water 2016 SymposiumFederal: $783
Non-Federal: $6,153
Kaye Brubaker
2016MDAnnual BaseMaryland Watershed App Development (Seed Grant)Federal: $4,578
Non-Federal: $6,774
Kaye Brubaker
2016MEAnnual BaseMaine Information TransferFederal: $22,699
Non-Federal: $34,730
John Peckenham, David HartInformation Transfer, Outreach
2016MEAnnual BaseVernal pools for meFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,001
Aram CalhounEducation, Wetlands, Ecosystems, Conservation
2016MEAnnual BaseAssessing the Vulnerability of Maine’s Drinking Water Resources to Extreme Precipitation EventsFederal: $27,277
Non-Federal: $67,773
Jasmine SarosAlgae, Benefit Cost Analysis, Climate, Economics, Ecosystems, Health Effects, Lakes, Organic Compounds, Rainfall, Socioeconomic Issues, Water Quality, Water Quality Management, Water Treatment
2016MEAnnual BaseMining in Maine: Exploring Public PerceptionsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $37,583
Sandra De Urioste-Stone, Amanda Olsen, Jean MacRaeLaw, mining
2016MIAnnual BaseDeveloping and Enhancing Sustainable Water Use of Natural and Agricultural SystemsFederal: $21,504
Non-Federal: $68,998
Jon Bartholic, Lois Wolfson, Jeremiah Asher, David Lusch, Glenn O'NeilWatershed Planning and Management; Water Quality; Water Use; DSS
2016MIAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer Training, Dissemination and Program DevelopmentFederal: $27,095
Non-Federal: $65,141
Lois WolfsonGreat Lakes, Inland Lakes, Watershed Management; Climate Change; Invasive Species; Online Education; Interactive Web-based Systems
2016MIAnnual BaseCooling the Hotspots: Motivating Farmers to Reduce Nutrient LossesFederal: $16,877
Non-Federal: $24,585
Stephen GasteyerEngagement, Non point-source pollution, Runoff, Conservation Practices, Motivations, Communication
2016MIAnnual BaseCreation of Water Resource and Watershed Management-related Short Courses for use by Organizations offering Continuing Education CreditsFederal: $15,453
Non-Federal: $19,844
Saichon Seedang, James Duncan, Jerry HarteWater resources, Watershed, Management, Courses, Continuing education
2016MIAnnual BaseChemical Monitoring of the River Raisin to Inform Farmers and Optimize Decision Making for BMP ImplementationFederal: $11,406
Non-Federal: $6,102
James MartinWatershed Planning and Management; Water Quality
2016MNAnnual BaseMaking Farm-Scale Decisions to Improve Watershed-Scale Environmental Quality: Policy Comparisons Based on Farm-Level Abatement CostsFederal: $20,760
Non-Federal: $53,463
Jay Coggins, Brent Dalzellnutrient, runoff, farming practices, water quality trading
2016MNAnnual BaseDevelopment of a reactive-transport model for arsenic mobility in glacial aquifers using arsenic and iron X-ray absorption spectroscopy dataFederal: $24,767
Non-Federal: $48,135
Brandy Toner, GeneHua Ngreactive-transport modeling, arsenic, iron, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, glacial aquifer
2016MNAnnual BaseEnhanced Microbial Sulfate Removal and Recovery through a Novel Electrode-Integrated BioreactorFederal: $26,676
Non-Federal: $53,029
ChanLan Chun, Daniel JonesSulfate, Bioremediation, Electrical stimulation, Elemental Sulfur, and Bioreactor
2016MOAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $31,904
Non-Federal: $64,445
Baolin Deng
2016MOAnnual BaseA Novel Artificial Hormone Receptor for the Sensing of Total Endocrine Disruptor Chemicals (EDCs) Concentration in Natural WatersFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,126
Maria Fidalgo, Chung-Ho Lin, Susan Nagelendocrine disruptor chemical; molecularly imprinted polymers; water quality monitoring
2016MOAnnual BaseSatellite-Imagery Based Method for Water-Quality Monitoring and Sediment Budgeting along the Middle-Mississippi River and Its TributariesFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,000
Amanda Cox, Abuduwasiti WulamuSuspended Sediment Concentration, Suspended Sediment Load, Sediment Budget, Remote Sensing, Mississippi River, Confluence
2016MSAnnual BaseOxbow Lake-Wetland Systems as a Source of Recharge to the Mississippi River Valley Alluvial AquiferFederal: $24,697
Non-Federal: $49,486
Gregg Davidson, Andrew OReillyrecharge, groundwater, wetlands, oxbow lakes
2016MSAnnual BaseWastewater Management in Mississippi Coastal CommunitiesFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $98,861
Veera Gnaneswar Gude, James Martinsmall community wastewater treatment technologies
2016MTAnnual BaseUnderstanding how beaver mimicry restoration influences natural water storage in Missouri River headwater streamsFederal: $29,922
Non-Federal: $74,556
Robert PaynStream hydrology, groundwater hydrology, surface subsurface exchange, alluvial aquifer, natural storage, stream restoration, riparian restoration, beaver mimicry
2016MTAnnual BaseImpacts of river flow and temperature on salmonfly productivity and terrestrial subsidyFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $83,098
Lindsey Albertsonglobal change, drought, stream warming, macroinvertebrates, phenology, ecohydrology
2016MTAnnual BaseCharacterizing Microbial Activity as Related to Water Quality in the Clark Fork Headwaters: A Baseline StudyFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,738
Alysia Coxmicrobial community, microbial activity, water chemistry, Clark Fork headwaters
2016MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Impacts of glacial processes on nitrogen cycling in the Beartooth Mountains, MontanaFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Jordan Allennitrogen, glaciers, glaciated, nutrient cycling
2016MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Transportation, Sediment-Association, and the Future of Microbial Contaminants on the Little Bighorn RiverFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Keenan Bramemicrobes, E. coli, nutrients, Montana
2016MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Riparian Ecosystem Succession Following Fire Disturbance on the North Fork Flathead River, MontanaFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $450
Rachel Powers
2016MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Snowpack controls on nitrogen availability and nitrogen uptake in a Rocky Mountain conifer forestFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Claire Qubainfire, soil moisture, nitrogen, conifer
2016MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Removal of selenium by co-precipitation with microbially induced calcite precipitationFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Neerja Zambareselenium, wastewater, contaminant
2016NCAnnual BaseRole of organic nitrogen to eutrophication dynamics along the Neuse River Estuary, NCFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Hans Paerl, Alexandria Hounshell
2016NCAnnual BaseParticle-bound Nutrients in Stormflow: A New Approach for Monitoring and Predicting N and P Transport and Fate in Watersheds of the NC PiedmontFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Curtis Richardson, Mark RiverNutrients, Sediment, Water Quality, Drinking Water
2016NCAnnual BaseImpact of Hospital and Patient Discharges on North Carolina Surface and Drinking Water Quality as Measured by Iodinated Contrast AgentsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Howard Weinberg, Kirsten StuderIodoacids, Disinfection byproducts, Water Quality
2016NCAnnual BaseComparing the Impact of Organic vs. Inorganic Nitrogen Loading to the Neuse Estuary with a Mechanistic Eutrophication ModelFederal: $9,199
Non-Federal: $44,999
James Bowenwater quality, model, nutrient response, bioreactivity, organic, inorganic, nitrogen
2016NCAnnual BaseHow, where, when, and why: Defining Eutrophication Related Trends in Water Quality for the Middle and Lower CapeFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $47,654
Nathan Hall, Hans Paerltrend analysis, nutrients, phytoplankton, flow, sources
2016NCAnnual BaseTracing Groundwater Contamination near Coal ash Ponds in North CarolinaFederal: $24,974
Non-Federal: $24,974
Avner Vengoshcoal ash, water quality, contamination, metals, groundwater, geochemical tracers
2016NCAnnual BaseWRRI Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $3,162
Non-Federal: $0
Nicole Wilkinson
2016NCAnnual BaseField testing of mesocosm-scale derived nitrate removal models to verify water quality improvement potential of restored coastal forested wetlandsFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $2,038
Michael Burchell, Jalmar Kurki-FoxWetland Restoration, Agricultural Drainage, Nitrate
2016NCAnnual BaseUnderstanding how land use characteristics affect the prevalence of antibiotic resistant, virulent E. coli and host-specific markers in watersheds with and without swine CAFOsFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $2,039
Jill Stewart, Elizabeth ChristensonLand use, watershed management, microbial source tracking
2016NDAnnual BaseModeling Water Balance and Flows of Sediment and Nutrient in Devils Lake Watershed Using SWATFederal: $2,625
Non-Federal: $5,250
Xiaodong ZhangModeling, Nutrient, Sediment, Watershed
2016NDAnnual BaseImpacts of Climate Change on Embankment Dams in the Upper Midwest Region: Critical Design Parameters and Adaptation MeasuresFederal: $4,200
Non-Federal: $8,400
Yeo LimClimate Change, Embankment Dams, Adaptation Measures
2016NDAnnual BaseEffect of Glacial Isostatic Adjustment on Rivers and Drainage Basins in the Red River ValleyFederal: $5,013
Non-Federal: $10,026
Phil GerlaGlacial, Rivers, Drainage Basins
2016NDAnnual BaseEffects of Climate Change, Agricultural Land Use Change, and Dynamic Contributing Area on Streamflow Input to Devils Lake: A Case Study of the Mauvais Coulee Sub-BasinFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Paul TodhunterClimate Change, Agricultural Land Use, Stream Flow
2016NDAnnual BaseA Comparison of Wetlands across the Urban - Peri-Urban - Rural GradientFederal: $5,650
Non-Federal: $11,300
Christina HargissWater Quality, Wetlands, Urbanization
2016NDAnnual BaseContribution of Soluble Microbial Products on Dissolved Organic Nitrogen and its Biodegradability in Wastewater EffluentFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Halis SimsekBiodegradability, Organic Nitrogen, Wastewater
2016NDAnnual BaseSnowmelt Water Infiltration into Frozen Soils in the Red River of the North BasinFederal: $3,000
Non-Federal: $6,000
Xinhua JiaFrozen Soils, Infiltration, Models
2016NDAnnual BaseHolistic Risk Assessment of Surface Water Contamination Due to Lead-210 Found in Produced Water from Unconventional Oil Production in North DakotaFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Eakalak Khan, Om YadavLead-210, Produced Water, Risk, Water Contamination
2016NDAnnual BaseTamoxifen and Endoxifen Detections in Wastewater and Receiving Waters in North DakotaFederal: $5,500
Non-Federal: $11,000
Eakalak Khan, John McEvoyCancer Drug, Detection, Wastewater
2016NDAnnual BaseGlutaraldehyde Removal from Flowback and Produced Waters Using PhotolysisFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Eakalak Khan, Sivaguru JayaramanFlowback Water, Produced Water, Treatment, UV light
2016NDAnnual BaseBiopolymers for Phosphate Removal from Eutrophic LakesFederal: $3,000
Non-Federal: $6,000
Achintya BezbaruahBioavailability, Biopolymers, Phosphorus, Rocovery
2016NDAnnual BaseUV Light Effect on Bioavailability of Dissolved Organic Nitrogen in a Trickling Filter ProcessFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Halis SimsekBioavailability, Biodegradability, Organic Nitrogen, UV light
2016NDAnnual BaseAssessing the Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing at Bakken on Regional Water ResourcesFederal: $2,812
Non-Federal: $5,624
Zhulu LinHydraulic Fracturing, Water Resources, Agent Based Model
2016NDAnnual BaseInjectable Nanoparticle-based Permeable Reactive Barriers for Groundwater ContaminantFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Achintya BezbaruahNanoscale Zerovalent Iron, Nitrate, Remediation, Trichloroethene
2016NDAnnual BaseComparative Ultraviolet Disinfection Study for Wastewater Applications for the City of Fargo, North DakotaFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $8,000
Wei LinDisinfection, Fouling, UV, Wastewater
2016NDAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and CommunicationFederal: $11,845
Non-Federal: $23,690
Eakalak KhanInformation Dissemination, Communication, Website, Newsletter, Annual Seminar
2016NEAnnual BaseEvaluation of changing irrigation management on ground water recharge and qualityFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $46,253
Troy Gilmore, Daniel Snowirrigation management, groundwater recharge, nitrate
2016NEAnnual BaseEconomic, Environmental, and Crop Performance Assessment under Center Pivot, Subsurface Drip, and Furrow Irrigation Systems in a Changing Climate in West Central NebraskaFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,165
Daran Rudnick, Chuck Burr, Tim Shaver, Derrel Martin, Greg Kruger, Francisco MunozArriola, Matt StocktonEconomic Return, Irrigation Efficiency, Irrigation Requirements, Irrigation Systems, Maize Yield Response, Nitrate, Soil Water Balance
2016NEAnnual BaseWater Usage in the Food IndustryFederal: $17,000
Non-Federal: $34,018
Bing Wang, Rolando Flores, Jayne StrattonDairy food processing, wastewater, water reconditioning, water reuse, Microbial safety
2016NEAnnual BaseInformation Transfer PlanFederal: $68,811
Non-Federal: $119,421
Chittaranjan Ray, Steven RessInformation Transfer
2016NHAnnual BaseSalt and Streams: Assessing ecological stress in New Hampshire watersheds at community, population, and molecular levelsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $49,760
Amy Villamagnathermal stress, osmoregulation, biodiversity loss, bio-indicators
2016NHAnnual BaseEcosystem Indicators for Freshwater StreamsFederal: $19,289
Non-Federal: $41,913
Alison WattsAlgae, monitoring, adaptive management, genomics
2016NJAnnual BaseA molecular tool to measure dechlorinator activity in situFederal: $19,724
Non-Federal: $39,640
Valdis Krumins, Donna E. FennellrRNA, Dehalococcoides, dechlorinator, molecular tool
2016NJAnnual BaseMicroplastic pollution in New Jersey surface watersFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Beth Ravit, Keith Cooper, Brian Buckleyplastic, microbeads, pollution, toxicity
2016NJAnnual BaseComparing the time required for establishment of effective nutrient removal capacity of different stormwater basin designsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,037
Theresa Censoplano, Louise Woottonsubsurface gravel wetlands, nutrients, bioretention
2016NJAnnual BaseMicroplastics as emerging contaminants in surface waters of New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $12,956
Shirin Estahbanati, Nicole Fahrenfeldmicroplastics, emerging contaminants, pollution
2016NJAnnual BaseComposition and diversity of the cutaneous microbiome of amphibians in New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Ariel Kruger, Peter Morinamphibians, cutaneous microbiome, fungal pathogens
2016NJAnnual BaseMolecular mechanisms by which mercury contamination increases antibiotic resistance in the environmentFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Nicole Lloyd, Tamar Barkaymercury, antibiotic resistance, contamination
2016NJAnnual BaseNovel algae based multifunctional biomaterials for the removal of heavy metals from waterFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Megha Thakkar, Somenath Mitraheavy metals, multifunctional biomaterials, algae
2016NJAnnual BaseToward a greener water reuse technology with ferrate(VI) - phosphorus removal and recoveryFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,400
Lei Zheng, Yang Dengferrate(VI), pathogens, micro-pollutants, phosphorus
2016NMAnnual BaseNew Mexico’s Mountain Sources of Water: A Mechanistic Approach to Understand Mountain Recharge and Its Implications for Local and Statewide Water BudgetsFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,007
Jesus GomezVelezrecharge, mountain recharge, recharge maps, groundwater-surface water interactions, watershed modeling, water budgets
2016NMAnnual BaseWhat are the effects of the Gold King Mine spill on San Juan County, NM agricultural irrigation ditches and farms?Federal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
Kevin Lombard, April Ulery, David Weindorfwater quality, contamination, mine spill, river sediment, metals, agricultural contamination
2016NMAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $15,070
Non-Federal: $30,768
Catherine Ortega KlettWater Resources Education, Information Transfer, Information Dissemination
2016NMAnnual BaseGeographic Information Systems for Water Resources Research PlanningFederal: $10,376
Non-Federal: $20,125
Alexander Fernald
2016NVAnnual BaseTheoretical Analysis of Optimal Groundwater Basin DevelopmentFederal: $19,479
Non-Federal: $38,967
Clay Coopermanagement, water supply
2016NVAnnual BaseUptake of Pharmeceutical and Steroidal Compounds by Quagga Mussels in Lake MeadFederal: $42,041
Non-Federal: $82,740
Xuelian Bai, Kumud AcharyaLake Mead, Emerging Contaminants, Trace Organic Chemicals, Bioaccumulation, Quagga Mussels
2016NVAnnual BaseAn 8000-Year Paleoperspective of Hydroclimate Variability in the Southern Sierra NevadaFederal: $39,012
Non-Federal: $79,355
Steven Bacon, Rina SchumerPaleoclimate, Sierra Nevada, Hydrologic Budget, Tree Rings
2016NVAnnual BaseAssessing Tree to Grass Water Use Ratios; Significance to Urban Water ConservationFederal: $21,000
Non-Federal: $43,121
Dale DevittEvapotranspiration, Irrigation, Environmental Demand
2016NVAnnual BaseGreenboxFederal: $22,317
Non-Federal: $45,557
Amelia GullingGreenboxes, K-12 Education, STEM
2016NVAnnual BaseNWRRI Website & NewsletterFederal: $10,822
Non-Federal: $20,499
James ThomasInformation Transfer, Website, Newsletter
2016NYAnnual BaseWater Quality and Algal Community Dynamics in the Finger LakesFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,272
Lisa Cleckner, Roxanne Razavi, John HalfmanWater quality, Phytoplankton, Cyanobacteria, Eutrophication, Finger lakes
2016NYAnnual BaseEvaluating Septic System Inputs into Sodus Bay using Oblique Imagery, Optical Brighteners, and DNA-based tracersFederal: $15,225
Non-Federal: $30,880
Paul Richards
2016NYAnnual BaseInnovative water treatment by chitosan modified diatomaceous earth for small public water systems in rural areasFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,884
Xinchao WeiDrinking Water, Small Public Water Systems, Chitosan Modified Diatomaceous Earth, Arsenic
2016NYAnnual BaseStudent Researcher Support of Adaptive Management of the St Lawrence River using Novel Water Quality Monitoring MethodologyFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $2,128
Michael Twiss, Joseph Skufcaadaptive management, water levels, water quality, novel water monitoring technology, nutrients, nitrate, phosphate, training
2016NYAnnual BaseConductivity and nutrient monitoring in surface water’s of NY’s Finger Lakes regionFederal: $48,288
Non-Federal: $26,558
Todd Walter
2016OHAnnual BaseEffectiveness of Data Buoys as Early Warning Systems for cHABs (cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms) in Lake ErieFederal: $33,139
Non-Federal: $36,632
Justin Chaffin, Douglas KaneCyanobacteria, Data buoy, Drinking water, Harmful algal bloom, Microcystin
2016OHAnnual BaseTrace metal limitation of biofilm growth and metabolism: potential consequences for storage of nutrients in headwater streamsFederal: $24,340
Non-Federal: $24,340
David Costellotrace metals, biofilm, nutrient processing, watershed, biogeochemistry
2016OHAnnual BaseBaseline measurements of methane emissions from Piedmont Lake - current and future fracking areaFederal: $11,288
Non-Federal: $79,238
Gil BohrerClimate Energy nexus, Fugitive methane emissions, methane flux, lake
2016OHAnnual BaseCo-Optimizing Enhanced Water Recovery and CO2 Sequestration in OhioFederal: $12,377
Non-Federal: $14,928
Jeffrey BielickiEnhanced Water Recovery; CO2 Capture Utilization and Storage; Integrated Assessment
2016OKAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProjectFederal: $9,177
Non-Federal: $17,531
Garey FoxOklahoma, Water, Information Transfer
2016OKAnnual BaseEvaluating the Reuse of Swine Lagoon Effluent and Reclaimed Municipal Water for Agricultural ProductionFederal: $24,956
Non-Federal: $49,915
Hailin Zhang, Saleh Taghvaeian, Doug Hamilton, Scott CarterSwine effluent, treated wastewater, irrigation, alternative water sources, nutrient buildup and losses, soil health, water quality, crop production
2016OKAnnual BaseAlgal Remediation of Waste Water Produced during Hydraulic FracturingFederal: $24,866
Non-Federal: $49,732
Nurhan DunfordWater quality, waste water treatment, water reuse, biological water treatment
2016OKAnnual BaseWestern Oklahoma Irrigation Water and Energy Audits: Findings, Recommendations and Educational MaterialsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Scott Frazier, Saleh Taghvaeian, Jason Warren, Cameron MurleyIrrigation water and energy efficiency, electricity, fuel, drought, center pivot, aquifer, water table, Ogallala, sustainability, Life Cycle Assessment, Life Cycle Costing
2016ORAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $51,585
Non-Federal: $150,708
Todd JarvisTraining, Outreach
2016PAAnnual BaseRemediation of Flowback Water by Transformation of Organic Additives Used in Fracking OperationsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $69,424
Manish KumarHydraulic fracturing, Marcellus Shale gas, flowback and produced water treatment, treatability
2016PAAnnual BaseAssessing Climate Change and Energy Choice Impacts on Drinking Water Quality Changes in PennsylvaniaFederal: $21,195
Non-Federal: $43,390
Matteo PozziClimate Change, Drinking Water Quality, Disinfection by-products
2016PAAnnual BaseEvaluating a Potential Win-Win for Water Quality Management in Pennsylvania: Systems-Level Quantitative Analysis of Abandoned Mine Drainage and Produced Water Co-TreatmentFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $68,444
Leanne GilbertsonAbandoned mine drainage, water treatment, flowback water, Life cycle impact assessment
2016PAAnnual BaseRural Drinking Water Education for Underserved Counties of PennsylvaniaFederal: $19,800
Non-Federal: $8,554
Bryan SwistockDrinking Water, Water Education, Groundwater
2016PAAnnual BasePennsylvania Water Resources Research Center Education & Outreach ProgramFederal: $8,290
Non-Federal: $4,742
Elizabeth Boyerwater, education, STEM, conferences
2016PRAnnual BaseHybrid multimedia-filter prototype (HMP) for the degradation of trihalomethanes precursors and pathogens control from raw watersFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $43,474
Pedro Tarafa, OMarcelo Suareztrihalomethanes, titanium dioxide, biosand filter, photodegradation
2016PRAnnual BaseMapping Field-Scale Soil Moisture Using Ground-Based Passive Microwave Observations Phase II: Application of Remotely Sensed Soil Moisture Data Products for Hydrological Modeling in Puerto RicoFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $43,474
Jonathan MunozBarreto
2016RIAnnual BaseModeling and Simulation of Groundwater ContaminationFederal: $20,029
Non-Federal: $40,447
Angelo Luciagroundwater contamination, point and non-point sources, modeling and simulation, flow and transport through porous media
2016RIAnnual BaseBench-top simulation of water treatment system to assess disinfectant byproducts precursors and formation potentials in source waters of Rhode IslandFederal: $20,029
Non-Federal: $40,897
Soni Pradhanang, Tom BovingDisinfectant by-products, drinking water, trihalomethane, halo acetic acid, chlorination
2016RIAnnual BaseClean Drinking Water in Rhode IslandFederal: $8,565
Non-Federal: $17,947
Christopher Hunterclean water; water quality
2016SCAnnual BaseThe Influence of Poultry Rearing Facilities on Nutrient Concentrations, Fecal Indicator Bacteria, and Stream Fish in the Upper Savannah River BasinFederal: $28,680
Non-Federal: $58,093
Gregory Lewis, Dennis Haney, Peter Van Den Hurk, MinKen LiaoEnvironment Risk Assessment, Agriculture, Poultry, Water Chemistry, Environmental Microbiology, Biomarkers, Fish Toxicology
2016SCAnnual BaseMonitoring of Organic Pollutants in the Savannah, Edisto and Ogeechee Rivers, using Passive Samplers in Combination with a Real-Time Water Quality Data Collection NetworkFederal: $30,038
Non-Federal: $64,836
Peter Van Den Hurk, Oscar FliteWater Quality, Environmental Toxicants, Passive Samplers, Toxicity Testing, Management Tools
2016SDAnnual BaseEvaluating the Potential of Duckweed for Nutrient Capture and Use in Midwest Livestock ProductionFederal: $9,054
Non-Federal: $18,128
Erin Cortus, Lin Wei, David Casper, Julie WalkerNutrient removal; duckweed; forage production; system modeling
2016SDAnnual BaseEvaluating Nutrient Best Management Practices to Conserve Water Quality (Year 2)Federal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Laurent Ahiablame, Sandeep Kumar, Jeppe KjaersgaardAgriculture, Conservation, Nitrate, Phosphorus, Water Quality
2016SDAnnual BaseEvaluating E. coli particle attachment and the impact on transport during high flows.Federal: $23,172
Non-Federal: $46,343
Rachel McDaniel, Bruce BleakleyE. coli, fecal indicators, water quality
2016SDAnnual BaseControlling Harmful Algal Blooms in Eutrophic Lakes by Combined Phosphorus Precipitation and Sediment Capping (Year 2)Federal: $21,924
Non-Federal: $43,951
Kyungnan Min, Guanghui HuaAlgal Blooms, Phosphorus Precipitation, Sediment Capping
2016SDAnnual BaseSouth Dakota Water Resources Institute FY2016 Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $14,106
Non-Federal: $28,212
Van Kelley, Scott CortusOutreach, Service, Communication, Interaction, Information
2016TNAnnual BaseUsing UV/Peroxyacetic Acid to Remove Pharmaceuticals from Reclaimed WastewaterFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
John BuchananTrace Organic Contaminants, Ultraviolet Light, Reclaimed Water, Peroxyacetic
2016TNAnnual BaseInvestigating Changes of River Course of the Tennessee River and the Impact from Regional Climate ChangeFederal: $21,941
Non-Federal: $45,549
Joshua Fu, Xinyi DongRemote Sensing, Precipitation, Regional Climate Change, Hydrological Processes, River Systems
2016TNAnnual BaseMeasuring Water Table Flucations under Different Irrigation Regimes in Western Tennessee AgroecossystemsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Christopher Wilson, Jon Hathaway, Shawn HawkinsWater Table; Soil Moisture; Irrigation; Piezometers; Tennessee
2016TNAnnual BaseUrban Stream Restoration Planning: Towards Cost-Effective Mitigation of the Effects of HydromodificationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,550
Robert Woockman, John SchwartzStream Restoration, Urban, Hydromodificiation, Mitigation
2016TNAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Robust Model for Cross-Scale Prediction of Flow and Sediment TransportFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,550
Benjamin Abban, Thanos PapanicolaouSediment Transport, Surface Water, Flow, Watershed Scale Model
2016TNAnnual BaseEnvironmental Impacts of Coal Ash Spill on Nutrient Cycling and Surface Water Quality in Eastern TennesseeFederal: $9,000
Non-Federal: $18,189
Anna SzynkiewiczCoal Ash Spill, Sulfur, Carbon, Isotopes, Tennesee River, Contamination
2016TXAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $82,335
Non-Federal: $87,828
John Tracy, Leslie Lee, Kevin Wagner, Kathy Wythe, Danielle Kalisek
2016TXAnnual BaseImpact of coagulation on biofiltration: removal of trace organic contaminants to mitigate the effects of wastewater reuse on drinking water treatmentFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Ricardo Lugo, Mary KirisitsTrace organics, coagulation, biofiltration, water reuse
2016TXAnnual BaseConnecting Climate Variability with Water Supply Reliability: A Case Study in the Trinity River Basin, TexasFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Gang Zhao, Huilin GaoClimate Variability, Water Supply, Trinity River Basin
2016UTAnnual BaseQuantification of Groundwater Influences in High Gradient Utah Streams and RiversFederal: $17,054
Non-Federal: $13,341
Bethany Neilsongroundwater/surface water interactions, differential gaging, seepage studies, dilution gaging, mass balance
2016UTAnnual BaseWater Strategy Advisory Team: An Assessment of the Envision Utah Process to Improve Water ManagementFederal: $26,360
Non-Federal: $61,166
Daniel McCool, Marian HubbardRiceIntegrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), state water planning, collaborative planning, urbanization, conservation, Municipal and Industrial (M&I) use, irrigation, ecosystem services, capacity building
2016UTAnnual BaseInformation Transfer in Support of the Utah Center for Water Resources Research (UCWRR)Federal: $3,547
Non-Federal: $18,459
R. Ivonne Harris, Carri RichardsOutreach, Publications, Web Page Development, Databases
2016UTAnnual BaseWaterMAPS™ for Promoting Urban Landscape Water Use EfficiencyFederal: $26,100
Non-Federal: $54,829
Joanna EndterWada, Roger KjelgrenUrban water demand management, Evaluating landscape water use efficiency, Water conservation programs, Assessing human behavioral change, Drought management
2016VAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $73,612
Non-Federal: $120,251
Stephen H. Schoenholtz
2016VIAnnual BaseWater Ambassador Program IIFederal: $17,228
Non-Federal: $0
christina chanes, Avram Primack, David Morriseducation, crowd source, clean water, Virgin Islands, conservation, water resources, hydrology
2016VIAnnual BaseEcosystem integrity of riparian waterways on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands using physical and biological indicatorsFederal: $14,319
Non-Federal: $0
Renata PlatenbergRiparian corridors; ecosystem indicators; amphibia; chiroptera; bioacoustics
2016VIAnnual BaseTowards Real-Time Microclimate Monitoring in the US Virgin Islands: Optimizing Data Management to Maximize Scientific ProductionFederal: $19,000
Non-Federal: $0
David Morris, Norton Orange, Sandra MainaMicroclimates, Real-time Monitoring
2016VTAnnual BaseSystem-wide rapid quantification of streambank erosionFederal: $39,958
Non-Federal: $80,160
Mandar Dewoolkar, Jarlath ONeilDunne, Donna Rizzo, Jeff frolikriverbanks stability, erosion, fluvial geomorphology, unmanned aerial system, Vermont
2016VTAnnual BaseDeveloping high frequency in-situ methods to accurately quantify riverine phosphorus loading to Lake ChamplainFederal: $9,994
Non-Federal: $20,204
Beverley Wemple, Matthew Vaughan, Beverley Wemple, Andrew Vermilyeaphosphorus, water quality, Lake Champlain, TMDL, in-situ sensors
2016VTAnnual BaseQuantifying the consequences of water quality changes and habitat fragmentation on the genetic structure of aquatic organisms in the Lake Champlain basinFederal: $10,013
Non-Federal: $20,191
J Marsden, Peter Euclidehabitat fragmentation, dam, causeway, fish, genetic
2016VTAnnual BaseImpacts of climate change on winter-spring transition in plankton communitiesFederal: $10,800
Non-Federal: $21,652
Jason Stockwell, Allison Hrycikcyanobacteria, winter limnology, zooplankton, climate change
2016VTAnnual BaseCan early feeding ameliorate thiamine deficiency in wild lake trout fry?Federal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,200
J Marsden, Carrie Kozellake trout, thiamine deficiency complex, lake trout fry, early feeding
2016WAAnnual BaseTransformation of Graphene Oxide Nanomaterials in the Aquatic EnvironmentFederal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,002
Indranil Chowdhury, Rick WattsNanomaterials, photolysis, graphene, surface waters
2016WAAnnual BaseLow Energy Precision (/Spray) Applications: Unmanned Aerial System based Rapid Evaluation for Crop and Site Specific System Adaptation in the Pacific NorthwestFederal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,062
Lav Khot, Troy PetersLow Energy Spray Application; Low Altitude High Resolution Remote Sensing; Irrigation Application Efficiency
2016WAAnnual BaseUnderstanding Links Between Water, Nitrogen, and Greenhouse Gases in “Green” InfrastructureFederal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,130
John Harrison, Kevan MoffettBioswales; Urban runoff; Nitrogen; Climate
2016WAAnnual BaseInformation Transfer Plan for the State of Washington Water Reseach CenterFederal: $2,799
Non-Federal: $9,146
Jonathan Yoder, Jennifer AdamInformation transfer
2016WIAnnual BaseWisconsin Water Resources Fellowship: Collaborating with Water ManagersFederal: $28,553
Non-Federal: $41,859
Jennifer Hauxwellfellowship, state agency, water resources, policy
2016WIAnnual BaseLong-term Alterations in Groundwater Chemistry Induced by Municipal Well PumpingFederal: $19,884
Non-Federal: $31,366
Jean Bahr, Madeline Gotkowitzgroundwater, geochemistry, modeling
2016WIAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $19,898
Non-Federal: $69,861
Moira HarringtonPublic information, communications, publications, library
2016WIAnnual BaseWisconsin Inititative on Climate Change Impacts: Water Resources Working GroupFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $10,100
Daniel J. Vimont, David Lieblclimate change, water quantity, water quality
2016WVAnnual BaseEnvironmental STEM Research Program: West Virginia University/Boy Scouts of America Bechtel SummitFederal: $67,072
Non-Federal: $204,168
Paul Ziemkiewicz, Richard Thomas, Nicolas Zegre, Todd Petty, James Anderson, Tamara VandivortSTEM, aquatic ecology, climate, vernal processes
2016WYAnnual BaseGroundwater Modeling of the Casper Aquifer, Belvoir Ranch, CheyenneFederal: $42,302
Non-Federal: $227,912
Ye ZhangGroundwater
2016WYAnnual BaseA New Multifunctional Sorbent for the Treatment of Coproduced Waters from the Energy IndustryFederal: $19,389
Non-Federal: $224,396
Maohong FanCoproduced water, water treatment, energy production, salinity, alkalinity, carbonate
2015AKAnnual BaseLinking landscape characteristics and stream temperature in the coastal temperate rainforest of southeast AlaskaFederal: $19,265
Non-Federal: $38,545
Eran Hood, Sanjay Pyarestream temperature, watershed characteristics, climate change, Pacific salmon, southeast Alaska
2015AKAnnual BaseDid ongoing peat accumulation buffer permafrost carbon from Holocene climate fluctuations?Federal: $14,923
Non-Federal: $23,116
Daniel MannClimate Change, Paleoclimate Record, Wood Isotopes, Tree-Rings, Arctic, Thermokarst
2015AKAnnual BaseHydrograph partitioning of a glacierized watershed, Interior Alaska – YEAR 2Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $6,359
Anna Liljedahl, Tom TrainorRunoff, hydrograph partitioning, glacier, geochemistry, field-flow fractionation, isotopes
2015AKAnnual BaseCreating a 10,000-year record of lake level fluctuations at Quartz Lake, Interior AlaskaFederal: $19,994
Non-Federal: $10,097
Matthew WoollerInterior Alaska, lake level reconstruction, climate change, paleoclimate record, radiocarbon dating
2015ALAnnual BaseWater Policy and Law in Alabama (Year Two)Federal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $80,000
Heather Elliott, Bill AndreenWater Law (268), Water Rights (278), Law (140), Policy Analysis (180), Planning (175), Resource Planning (199), Institutional Relationships (124)
2015ALAnnual BaseIdentification of pollution sources on agricultural farms and evaluation of new fecal indicators for surface water quality monitoringFederal: $19,856
Non-Federal: $39,045
Luxin Wang, Eric ReutebuchAgricultural land use, pollution loads, water quality, indicator microorganisms, Enterococcus
2015ALAnnual BaseEVALUTATION OF THERMAL AND DISSOLVED OXYGEN STRESS TO FRESHWATER MUSSELS IN A SAFE HABOR / CRITICAL HABITAT REACH OF AN ALABAMA STREAM.Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
James StoeckelConservation, Hydrobiology, Dams, Base Flow, Streams, Shellfish, Water Quality, Regulatory Permits
2015ARAnnual BaseCharacterization of phosphorus stores in soils and sediments and the potential for phosphorus release to water, related to land use and landscape position within a watershedFederal: $10,003
Non-Federal: $21,557
Andrew Sharpley, Rosalind DoddPhosphorus, soils, nutrient management planning, legacy P, riparian buffer
2015ARAnnual BaseREWARD: Rice Evapotranspiration and Water use in the Arkansas DeltaFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Benjamin Runklerice
2015ARAnnual BaseOptical water quality dynamics during receding flow in five Northwest Arkansas recreational riversFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,440
Jefferson Scott, Amie Westoptical water quality, clarity, turbidity, receding flow, Ozark rivers, Northwest Arkansas
2015ARAnnual BaseContinuation of analysis for host-specific viruses in water samples collected from select 303(d) listed streams in the Illinois River WatershedFederal: $5,618
Non-Federal: $12,253
Kristen Gibsonindicator orgnanisms, microbial source tracking, coliphage
2015ARAnnual BaseCreating an annual hydroecological dataset in forested Ozark streamsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,013
Michelle Evans-White, Douglas Leasure, Daniel Magoulickstream metabolism, hydrology, land use
2015ARAnnual BaseRelationship between nutrients, macrograzers abundance (Central Stonerollers and Crayfish), and algae in Ozark Streams.Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Michelle Evans-White, Jefferson Scottnutrients, macrograzers, central stoneroller, crayfish, algae, Ozark streams, nutrient criteria
2015ARAnnual BaseElucidation of a Novel Reaction Pathway for N-Nitrosamine FormationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,204
Julian Faireydisinfection byproducts; N-nitrosamine
2015ARAnnual BaseDoes environmental context mediate stream biological response to anthropogenic impacts?Federal: $2,250
Non-Federal: $7,669
Sally Entrekinagriculture, energy extraction, macroinvertebrates
2015ARAnnual BaseRunoff Water Quality from Managed Grassland Amended with a Mixed Coal Combustion ByproductFederal: $24,320
Non-Federal: $49,860
David Miller, Kristofor Brye, Erik Pollockcoal combustion byproducts, leaching, runoff, plant uptake
2015ARAnnual BaseArkansas Water Resources Center - Information TransferFederal: $2,645
Non-Federal: $5,416
Brian Haggard, Erin ScottConference, social media, newsletter, electronic library
2015AZAnnual BaseWater Sources Over Time for a Semi-Arid River- Implications for Water Resources and Groundwater ModellingFederal: $9,985
Non-Federal: $20,604
Thomas Meixner, Steve Leavitt, Kiyomi MorinoGroundwater Surface Water Interaction, Paleohydrology,
2015AZAnnual BaseImpact of upgraded wastewater reclamation facilities on chemicals of emerging concern in the effluent-dependent Lower Santa Cruz RiverFederal: $9,998
Non-Federal: $21,613
David Quanrud, Shane Snyderemerging contaminant, effluent-dependent stream
2015AZAnnual BaseCharacterization of Uranium and Arsenic in Unregulated Water Sources on the Navajo and Hopi ReservationsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Jani Ingramarsenic, uranium, unregulated wells
2015AZAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $57,853
Non-Federal: $120,082
Sharon Megdal, Susanna Eden, Jean McLain
2015CAAnnual BaseExplaining Current and Future Trends in Adoption by California Municipalities and Counties of Policies Limiting or Banning High-Volume Hydraulic FracturingFederal: $13,000
Non-Federal: $4,850
Gwen Arnoldfracking
2015CAAnnual BaseCharacterizing the Impact of Salton Sea Water Management and Restoration Practices on Regional Air QualityFederal: $14,074
Non-Federal: $6,470
Roya BahreiniSalton Sea, particulate matter
2015CAAnnual BaseMonitoring tree survival and performance in street-side stormwater management facilitiesFederal: $14,926
Non-Federal: $3,881
Igor Lacanstormwater facilities, trees, water treatment
2015CAAnnual BaseMetagenomic Analysis of Groundwater Wells for Risk Assessment and Development of Intervention Strategies to Improve Water EfficacyFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $8,250
Clarissa Noblegroundwater well, biofilm
2015CAAnnual BaseQuantifying methylmercury loads from California rice fieldsFederal: $13,580
Non-Federal: $3,531
Bruce Linquistrice, methylmercury, irrigation
2015CAAnnual BaseAssessing Environmental Justice Impacts and Social Learning of Integrated Regional Water Management PlanningFederal: $12,500
Non-Federal: $7,021
Jonathon Londonenvironmental justice, integrated regional water management
2015COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $47,413
Non-Federal: $167,625
Reagan WaskomTechnology Transfer, Information Dissemination
2015COAnnual BaseCombined Influences of Hydrologic Connectivity and Nutrient Uptake on System-scale RetentionFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
Tim CovinoWatershed Science, Biogeochemistry, Nutrient Retention, Hydrologic Connectivity
2015COAnnual BaseTemporal Consistency of Spatial Snowpack PropertiesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
Steven FassnachtSnow, Accumulation, Consistency
2015COAnnual BaseImpact of Limited Irrigation on Health and Growth of Three Ornamental Grass SpeciesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
James KlettOrnamental Grasses, Water Requirements, Plant Quality
2015COAnnual BaseIdentifying Differential Access in Water Allocation Mechanisms: Water Rights for Oil and Gas Development in ColoradoFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
Melinda LaituriOil and Gas, Water Governance, Water Rights
2015COAnnual BaseGroundwater Recharge within the South Platte BasinFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $0
John McCrayGroundwater, recharge, modeling
2015COAnnual BaseFloating Wetlands Systems: Managing Aquatic Plants as a Salt and Se Sequestration StrategyFederal: $4,922
Non-Federal: $0
Gigi RichardFloating Wetlands, Se Sequestration, Water Quality
2015COAnnual BaseNutrient Retention and Productivity in Rocky Mountain Streams Under Alternative Stable StatesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
Dana WinkelmanLarge Wood Debris, Mountain Streams, Trout
2015CTAnnual BaseEffects of Road Salts on Ephemeral Wetland EcosystemsFederal: $11,025
Non-Federal: $22,781
Ashley Helton, Tracy Rittenhousevernal pool; temporary pond; greenhouse gas; amphibian; mosquito; exurban land use
2015CTAnnual BaseReal-time in situ monitoring nutrient fate and hypoxia occurrence in natural water sourcesFederal: $21,343
Non-Federal: $50,038
Baikun Li, Yu LeiReal time in situ monitoring, surface water, sediment, eutrophication, hypoxia, microelectrode chip (MEC),
2015CTAnnual BaseMitigating Eurasian watermilfoil invasion success and ecosystem impact using native herbivoresFederal: $4,025
Non-Federal: $9,818
LaTina SteeleWatermilfoil, Invasion Success, Herbivory, Chemical Defenses
2015CTAnnual BaseLaboratory evaluation of materials to treat chloride in stormwaterFederal: $13,951
Non-Federal: $27,823
Michael Dietz, John Clausenwater qualiy, chloride, deicing
2015CTAnnual BaseInternally-Calibrated Passive Samplers for Water Quality Assessment of Pharmaceuticals and Other Organic Compounds of Wastewater OriginFederal: $20,328
Non-Federal: $45,413
Allison MackayPharmaceuticals, Passive Sampler, Fate and Transport, Wastewater Effluent,
2015DCAnnual BaseEvaluating Long-term water quantity and quality performance of Bioretention systems in Washington, DC using monitoring and modelingFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $23,870
Arash Massoudieh, Arash MassoudiehBioretention
2015DCAnnual BaseDoes hydraulic fracturing pose a threat to DCs water supply? A field and modeling study.Federal: $9,955
Non-Federal: $24,588
Karen KneeHydraulic fracturing, metals, Potomac River, water quality, watershed
2015DCAnnual BaseEvaluation of green roof effectiveness for nitrogen, phosphorus and suspended solid reduction in runoff from precipitation eventsFederal: $9,993
Non-Federal: $24,604
Stephen MacAvoygreen roof, nutrient adsorption, sediment reduction.
2015DCAnnual BaseA Novel Water Treatment Solution Using Hybrid Mesoporous Materials Embedded with Metallic Oxide NanoparticleFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $34,400
Xueqing SongNanotechnology, Nanoparticles, Mesoporous Materials, Pollutnt Removal, Wastewater Treatment, Stormwater Management, Water Quality
2015DCAnnual BaseWater Pollution Prevention and Removal Using Nanostructured Smart Fluid with Switchable SurfactantsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $34,400
Jiajun XuNanotechnology, Switchable Surfactants, Wastewater Treatment, Stormwater Management, Water Quality
2015DCAnnual BaseEvaluating Impacts of Urban Water Ways on the Transportation Networks for the District of ColumbiaFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $19,600
Yao YuClimate change, extreme event, transportation infrastructure, Vulnerability assessment, and Geographical Information Systems
2015DCAnnual BasePotomac River Stage Forecasting Using a Hybrid Particle Swarm Optimization and Evolutionary Algorithm (PSO-EA) Algorithm with LS-SVMFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $33,217
Nian Zhang, Nian ZhangWater Supply, Water Quantity Prediction, Time Series Prediction, Least Squares Support Vector Machine
2015DCAnnual BaseIdentifying Sources of Chlordane Contamination in Anacostia River Food FishFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $34,400
Harriette PhelpsChlordane, Anacostia River, Fish
2015DEAnnual BaseState Water Resources Research Institute Program, Delaware Water Resources Center, Annual Proposal for Fiscal Year 2015Federal: $86,151
Non-Federal: $182,544
Gerald KauffmanWatershed, Water Quality, Hydrology, Aquatic Ecology, Water Policy
2015DEAnnual BaseDWRC Information TransferFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $0
Gerald Kauffman, Maria PautlerInformation transfer, knowledge dissemination, outreach and public education
2015DEAnnual BaseUD WATERFederal: $5,184
Non-Federal: $3,155
Gerald Kauffman, Maria PautlerEcological approaches to stormwater management, internship training, education and outreach
2015FLAnnual BaseTransport and loss of nitrogen within the Upper Floridan Aquifer in the Silver Springs springshedFederal: $16,000
Non-Federal: $34,320
James Jawitzdenitrification, solute flux, groundwater age
2015FLAnnual BaseFlorida Water Resources Information TransferFederal: $28,566
Non-Federal: $18,783
Kirk Hatfield, Mark Newman
2015GAAnnual BaseWater supply and its potential impact on economic development along the Macon-Hawkinsville reach of the Ocmulgee RiverFederal: $17,250
Non-Federal: $36,000
Ernest Tollner, Abhyuday Mandal, Todd RasmussenEnvironmental Flow, Water Management, Economic Development, Ocmulgee River
2015GAAnnual BaseMarket-based approaches to resolve water conflicts in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River BasinFederal: $17,250
Non-Federal: $35,769
Laurie Fowlertransboundary water management, market-based instruments, water conflicts, drought
2015GAAnnual BaseOverland flow-sourced water quality impairment and targeted restoration of natural flow regimes in Proctor Creek, Atlanta, GAFederal: $17,250
Non-Federal: $36,012
Katie Price, Daniel Deocampobrownfields, remediation, environmental flows, urbanization, trace metals
2015GAAnnual BaseThe 2015 Biennial Georgia Water Resources ConferenceFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Robin McDowell, Todd RasmussenGeorgia, water resources, conference
2015GUAnnual BaseWorkshop Series on Guam Groundwater ResourcesFederal: $14,836
Non-Federal: $0
John Jenson, Nathan HabanaGroundwater education
2015GUAnnual BaseExploring the natural limits of the Northern Guam Lens Aquifer: A step toward optimum sustainable management, Phase 2implementation of a numerical modelFederal: $22,429
Non-Federal: $0
John Jenson, Nathan Habana, Mark LanderGroundwater availability, Groundwater quality
2015GUAnnual BaseImpact of Multiple Mercury Sources on Edible Quality of Fish from American Memorial Park Nearshore Waters, Saipan, CNMIFederal: $38,568
Non-Federal: $0
Gary DentonMonitoring, Fish, Sediments, Mercury, Saipan Lagoon, Micronesia
2015GUAnnual BaseREVIEW OF HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS METHODS AND ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES USING THE EPANET WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM MODELFederal: $24,126
Non-Federal: $0
Leroy Heitz, Brian Bearden, Shahram KhosrowpanahHydraulic training, Water distribution system, hydraulic modeling
2015GUAnnual BaseAugmented Saipan daily rainfall measurements to inform a study of well head and well salinity variationsFederal: $17,053
Non-Federal: $0
Mark LanderRainfall distribution, rain rates, daily and hourly extreme values, groundwater recharge, well head response, and well chloride levels
2015GUAnnual BaseImpacts of Land Cover Change on Groundwater Quality in SaipanFederal: $24,077
Non-Federal: $0
Yuming Wen, Brian Bearden, Derek ChambersLand cover change, GIS, human activities, impacts, groundwater quality
2015GUAnnual BaseContinuation and expansion of data collection for sewage treatment pilot study on Yap with addition of a composting pilot test for reuse of waste sludgeFederal: $27,483
Non-Federal: $0
Joe RouseWastewater, Sewage, Sludge, Treatment, Reuse, Sustainability
2015GUAnnual BaseWater System Leak detection Training for Yap State Public Services Corporation (YSPSC)Federal: $19,958
Non-Federal: $0
Charles Falmeyog, Shahram KhosrowpanahWater Resources, Training, Education, Operations and Maintenance
2015GUAnnual BaseSustainable Conjunctive use of Groundwater and Rain Catchment Water under Variable Climatic Scenarios for Atoll Island Communities of Yap State: Ifalik, Eauripik, Satawal, UlithiFederal: $15,446
Non-Federal: $0
John JensonInformation Transfer, Education, Water Resources
2015GUAnnual BaseEnhance the network of community-based engagement for Watershed Forest Reserve to conserve and protect our fresh waters ecosystems in Pohnpei, Federated States Micronesia-FSMFederal: $18,069
Non-Federal: $0
Joseph Eugene, Francisca ObispoCommunity-based management, watershed Forest Reserve, Water quality, Community Conservation Officers
2015GUAnnual BaseSecond Conference on Water Resource Sustainability Issues on Tropical IslandsFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram KhosrowpanahInformation Dissemination, Tropical Islands Water Resources, Climate
2015GUAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $26,058
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram KhosrowpanahInformation Transfer, Education, Water Resources
2015HIAnnual BaseA Novel Approach for Estimation of EvapotranspirationFederal: $33,462
Non-Federal: $61,116
Sayed BateniET, Data Assimilation
2015HIAnnual BaseToward an understanding of residential water conservation behaviors on OahuFederal: $30,824
Non-Federal: $64,769
Daniele Spirandelli, Kimberly Burnett, Michael Roberts
2015HIAnnual BaseNumerical simulation of cold intermediate depth seawater circulation through the Keauhou aquifer in North Kona, HawaiiFederal: $20,344
Non-Federal: $41,596
Craig GlennHawaii Groundwater, SEAWAT, seawater circulation
2015HIAnnual BaseSecond Conference on Water Resource Sustainability Issues on Tropical IslandsFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $830
Aly El-Kadi
2015IAAnnual BaseInformation Transfer 2015Federal: $29,605
Non-Federal: $24,640
Richard Cruse, Melissa Miller
2015IDAnnual BaseLinking Agronomic Soil-P with Water Quality in Palouse Cropping SystemsFederal: $29,916
Non-Federal: $62,003
Daniel Strawn, Erin BrooksPhosphorous, Dryland Farming, Soil Processes, Watershed
2015IDAnnual BaseCharacterization and Analysis of Urban Storm Water Quantity and QualityFederal: $10,014
Non-Federal: $18,537
Jan BollUrban, Storm-water, Dry-weather, Wet-weather, monitoring, Critical Source Area
2015IDAnnual BaseThe economics of flood risk management on the Columbia River and the Columbia River TreatyFederal: $15,003
Non-Federal: $30,145
Barbara CosensFlood Risk Management, Floodplain Restoration, Reservoir Operations, Transboundary Negotiations
2015IDAnnual BaseA study of social network among stakeholders in the South Fork Coeur d'Alene subbasin watershedFederal: $15,016
Non-Federal: $29,191
Manoj ShresthaInter-organizational interaction, social networks, watershed governance
2015IDAnnual BaseIdaho Outreach and Engagement Project FY2015Federal: $37,399
Non-Federal: $42,762
John TracyOutreach, Engagement
2015ILAnnual BaseEffects of structural rehabilitation on nutrient retention and uptake, community assemblages, and functional morphology of biotic communities in a small Midwestern streamFederal: $9,977
Non-Federal: $20,754
Anabela Maia, Anabela Maiainstream rehabilitation, restroation, nutrient retention, fish communities, macroinvertebrate communities
2015ILAnnual BaseEffect of dams on the genetic structure of fish assemblages in the Vermillion RiverFederal: $8,518
Non-Federal: $21,128
Robert Colombo, Devon Keeney, Shannon Smithdams, river connectivity, population genetics, biotic assemblages, community structure, habitat change
2015ILAnnual BaseMaking up for losses: A critical analysis of Section 404 compensatory stream mitigation banking in IllinoisFederal: $5,591
Non-Federal: $11,182
Bruce Rhoads, Thomas Bassett, Jeffery Matthews, Alex Peimerecological off-sets, payments for ecosystem services, Section 404 compensatory stream mitigation, fluvial geomorphology, political ecology
2015ILAnnual BaseModeling and prediction of watershed-scale dynamics of consumptive water reuse for power plant coolingFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Ashlynn Stillwell, Zachary Barkerhydrology, power plants, streamflow, watershed managment
2015ILAnnual BaseTransfering Water Resources Information to the People of IllinoisFederal: $44,249
Non-Federal: $81,923
Lisa Merrifield, Eliana BrownOutreach
2015INAnnual BaseThe Impact of Cleaning Out Agricultural Sprayers and Tender Trucks on Water QualityRemoving Herbicide Residues from Tank to TipFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $48,469
Fred Whitfordwater, pesticides, tank cleanout, crop damage
2015INAnnual BaseWater Quality improvement demonstration effortFederal: $12,002
Non-Federal: $11,515
Ronald TurcoTile Water, Drainage Water, Antibiotic Resistance Nitrate Removal
2015INAnnual BaseWhat Is the Source of Baseflow in the Wabash River Watershed?Federal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,020
Marty Frisbee, Indrajeet Chaubeygroundwater/surface-water interactions, baseflow, geochemistry, environmental tracer, radon-222, tile-drainage, source partitioning
2015INAnnual BaseAbundance and effects of pharmaceuticals on game fish in central IndianaFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Melody Bernotcontaminants, nonpoint pollution, streams, toxicology
2015INAnnual BaseDeveloping a predictive model for algae-bacterial associations in the Wabash River WatershedFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,451
Kevin WyattWater Quality, Algae, Watershed protection, Cladophora, public-health
2015INAnnual BaseTransport and Transformation of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Carbon in Intermittent StreamsFederal: $14,998
Non-Federal: $30,020
Adam Ward, Todd RoyerNutrient management, water quality, riparian hydrology, nitrogen, carbon
2015KYAnnual BaseSinkhole probability mapping: Integrating human impacts and natural processes in conjunction with LiDAR to predict karst subsidenceFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,050
Junfeng Zhusinkhole, geologic factors, urban development, risk assessment
2015KYAnnual BaseLong term effects of forestry best management practices on hydrology and water chemistry in three Appalachian headwater catchmentsFederal: $2,550
Non-Federal: $5,433
Carmen Agouridiswatershed hydrology, best management practices, tree harvestug
2015KYAnnual BaseGeospatial evaluation of sewer gas to indoor air pathways relevant for vapor intrusionFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,008
Kelly PennellGIS, I&I, hazoardous waste sites, VOC
2015KYAnnual BaseToward rapid detection of Phytophthora cinnamomi and P. ramorum in Appalachian streamsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,408
Chris BartonPCR, oospores, rapid assessment
2015KYAnnual BaseInvestigation of source, fate, and transport of sediments in a karst dominated watershedFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
James Foxerosion, water resources, agriculture, urban, environment
2015KYAnnual BaseControlled drainage in western Kentucky: Mitigating water stress and reducing nutrient loss to surface waters in grain crop productionFederal: $4,992
Non-Federal: $11,049
Carrie Knott, Ole Wendrothdrain tile, BMP, artificial drainage
2015KYAnnual BaseExaminng the impacts of valley fills on stream water quality and amphibian and macroinvertebrate communities in southeastern KentuckyFederal: $3,646
Non-Federal: $7,297
Stephen Richtermountaintop removal, salamanders, mining, aquatic ecosystems
2015KYAnnual BaseRelationships between water quality and the fish community in Kentucky LakeFederal: $4,614
Non-Federal: $9,404
Timothy Spierlight penetration, juvenile fish, trawl
2015KYAnnual BaseMeasuring water quality and subsurface restoration effects along Obion Creek floodplain, western KentuckyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Gary Stinchcombriparian zone, nutrient dynamics, soil-water quality
2015KYAnnual BaseInvestigating karst hydrology influences on harmful algal blooms in two Kentucky lakesFederal: $4,964
Non-Federal: $9,929
Jason Polknutrient inputs, fecal coliform bacteria, eutrophication
2015KYAnnual Base2015 Kentucky informaton transfer projectFederal: $43,169
Non-Federal: $88,374
Lindell Ormsbeesymposium, internet, www, newsletter, water quality database
2015LAAnnual BaseLong-Term Groundwater Recharge Projection of Southeastern Louisiana and Southwestern Mississippi Under Climate ChangeFederal: $19,680
Non-Federal: $39,503
Frank TsaiHydrologic Modelling, groundwater recharge, water budget and climate change
2015LAAnnual BaseAtmospheric deposition of nitrogen and sulfur to Louisiana water bodiesFederal: $19,680
Non-Federal: $39,503
Hongliang Zhang, Hongliang Zhangdeposition, source apportionment, modeling
2015LAAnnual BaseDevelopment of watershed-based dynamic total maximum daily load for dissolved oxygen in loiwer Bayou MaconFederal: $19,850
Non-Federal: $39,893
Zhi-Qiang Dengdissolved oxygen, dynamic total maximum daily load, watershed
2015MAAnnual BaseEnhancing the Flux of Ultrafiltration Membranes using NanofibersFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,050
Jessica SchiffmanUltrafiltration, Membrane, Water Quality
2015MAAnnual BaseMicrobial attenuation of non-point source pharmaceutical and personal care products pollution from antiquated septic systems in coastal communitiesFederal: $29,971
Non-Federal: $60,008
C. Butler, Kaoru Ikuma
2015MAAnnual BaseInfluence of nutrients on Microcystis blooms in the Charles River watershedFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Pia MoisanderHarmful algal blooms, Cyanobacteria, Microcystis, Nitrogen, Phosphorus
2015MAAnnual BaseRemoval of Water-borne Pathogens and Heavy Metals Using Novel BiogranulesFederal: $13,500
Non-Federal: $27,063
Chul Park, Yasu MoritaPathogens, Heavy metals, Wastewater, Biogranule, Microalgae
2015MAAnnual BaseMassachusetts Water Watch Partnership web site redesignFederal: $4,744
Non-Federal: $10,374
Jerry SchoenCitizen Science, methods, SOPs, Web
2015MAAnnual Base2015 Workshop SeriesFederal: $17,074
Non-Federal: $33,871
Paula Rees, Anita Milman, David Reckhow, Eve VogelSymposium, water governance, water resources
2015MDAnnual BaseThe Fate of Emerging Contaminants in Poultry Litter DigestionFederal: $34,970
Non-Federal: $70,549
Stephanie Lansing, Stephanie Yarwood, Lance Yonkos Antibiotics, Hormones, Biogas, Anaerobic Digestion, Biological and Microbial Assays
2015MDAnnual BaseWater balance of a green roof integrated with a constructed wetland and rain garden for urban water managementFederal: $24,744
Non-Federal: $50,110
David Tilleygreen roofs, living architecture, integrated technology
2015MDAnnual BasePotential use of duckweed (Lemna minor) in bioremediation of rare earth element-containing effluentsFederal: $3,000
Non-Federal: $7,436
Johan Schijf, Edward LandaLemna, duckweed, rare earth element, effluent, phytoremediation
2015MDAnnual BaseMaryland Water Symposium 2015Federal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $1,584
Kaye BrubakerMaryland, water resources, symposium, conference
2015MDAnnual BaseRetrospective Analysis of Nutrient and Sediment Loadings and Trends in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Kaye Brubaker, William BallWRTDS, trend, nutrient loads, sediment loads, Chesapeake Bay
2015MDAnnual BaseChironomus riparius: A Tool for Studying Ecological Effects of “Inert” Safeners (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,026
Kaye Brubaker, Susan GresensChironomus, ecotoxicology, sediment, herbicide, safener
2015MDAnnual BaseAssessing hydrogeomorphological constraints on water quality functions of forested riparian buffers in Western Maryland (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,337
Kaye Brubaker, Keith EshlemanRiparian buffers, riparian forest buffers, Chesapeake Bay, Western Maryland
2015MDAnnual BaseStorm Water Runoff and Water Quality Modeling in Urban Maryland (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Kaye Brubaker, Barton FormanLID, infiltration basin, storm water treatment, SWMM
2015MEAnnual BasePlankton N cycling and detection of cyanobacterial blooms across a gradient of lake trophic stateFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $49,668
Denise Bruesewitz, Peter Countway, D Kingwater quality monitoring, water chemistry, toxic substances, isotopes, nitrogen, nutrients, lakes
2015MEAnnual BaseToward a more efficient UV disinfection system: The development of a TiO2-based photocatalyst to enhance the degradation of taste and odor compounds in drinking waterFederal: $28,930
Non-Federal: $60,535
Aria Amirbahman, John PeckenhamOrganic Compounds, Oxidation, Pollution Control, Water Quality, Water Treatment
2015MEAnnual BaseWater budget, groundwater exchange and hydrologic variability of central MaineFederal: $16,182
Non-Federal: $30,554
Andrew Reeve, Aram Calhoun, Krista Cappsvernal pools, groundwater interaction with surface water, water budget
2015MEAnnual BaseMaine Information TransferFederal: $19,827
Non-Federal: $30,154
John PeckenhamOutreach, Education, K-12, STEM
2015MIAnnual BaseNatural Resources Integrated Information SystemFederal: $34,369
Non-Federal: $68,283
Jon BartholicWatershed Planning and Management; Water Quality; Water Use; DSS
2015MIAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer Training, Dissemination and Program DevelopmentFederal: $27,973
Non-Federal: $56,296
Lois WolfsonWater Quality; Great Lakes, Watershed Management; Climate Variability; Invasive Species; Inland Lakes; Lake and Stream Leadership; Interactive Web-based Systems
2015MIAnnual BaseMicrobial Water Pollution Source Characterization and Quantification at Sloan CreekFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,097
Irene Xagoraraki, Ruth Kline-RobachE-coli, bacteroides, microbial pollution source tracking, human-farm animal-wildlife pollution genetic markers
2015MIAnnual BaseIntegration of Additional Models into the Development of an Optimization Decision Model (ODM) for Strategically Allocating Resources and Conservation Practices to Benefit Multiple Ecological and Socioeconomic EndpointsFederal: $19,993
Non-Federal: $39,996
Jon Bartholic, Vicki Anderson, James Duncan, Glenn O'NeilWatershed Planning and Management; Water Quality; Water Use; DSS
2015MNAnnual BaseHydrogeochemical modeling of groundwater controls on sulfate and wild rice in streamsFederal: $29,592
Non-Federal: $59,588
GeneHua Ng, Amy Myrbosulfate, wild rice, sulfide, iron, groundwater-surface water interactions
2015MNAnnual BaseInvasive mussel shells and biogeochemistry of Minnesota lakesFederal: $15,409
Non-Federal: $30,817
Ted Ozerskydreissenid mussels, nutrients, water quality model, alkalinity, invasive species
2015MNAnnual BaseImproving the (Bio)fouling and Mechanical Resistance of Ultrafiltration Membranes for Drinking Water ProductionFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
[ENCODING ERROR]ultrafiltration, biofilm, fouling, membrane processes
2015MOAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $42,352
Non-Federal: $82,394
Baolin DengTechnology Transfer, Information Transfer, Website, Newsletter, Publications
2015MOAnnual BaseRemoval of NOMs by Advanced Thin Film Composite Membranes for the Control of Disinfection ByproductsFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $45,229
Zhiqiang Humixed matrix membranes, NOMs, source water, polyamide, polysulfone, nanoparticles, water permeability, DBPs, THMs, HAAs, MMM, NDMA, membrane-based nanofiltration, reverse osmosis, hyrophilicity, silica nanoparticles, membrane performance
2015MSAnnual BaseWater Quality in Bangs Lake: effects of recurrent phosphate spills to a coastal estuary: Year 2Federal: $21,964
Non-Federal: $51,012
Kevin DillonWater quality, contaminant transport mechanisms, sedimentation, water quality management
2015MSAnnual BaseInfluence of wetland plant community types on water quality improvement in natural and restored wetlands of the Mississippi DeltaFederal: $21,282
Non-Federal: $42,577
Gary ErvinWetlands, Water Quality, Watershed Management
2015MSAnnual BaseTowards an understanding of surface and groundwater exchange within tailwater recovery systemsFederal: $9,628
Non-Federal: $19,421
Eric Dibble, Beth Baker, Joby CzarneckiGroundwater
2015MTAnnual BaseAssessing the capacity of natural infrastructure to increase water storage, reduce vulnerability to floods, and enhance resiliency to climate changeFederal: $14,886
Non-Federal: $29,774
Jamie McEvoyNatural Water Storage, Natural Infrastructure, Climate Change Resiliency, Floodplain Management, Participatory Research, Musselshell River Basin
2015MTAnnual BaseNitrifying wastewater biofilms and the influence of emerging contaminantsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $51,418
Ellen Lauchnor, Ellen LauchnorWastewater, nitrification, biofilm, aromatic hydrocarbons, biological nitrogen removal
2015MTAnnual BaseDesigning scenarios for hydrologic resilience in the Upper Missouri Headwaters with integrated ecosystem modelsFederal: $6,207
Non-Federal: $48,535
Benjamin Poulter, Benjamin Poulter, Benjamin Poultervegetation models; graph theory; climate change; land-use change; management; adaptation; vulnerability; stakeholders; policy; high-performance computing
2015MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Climatic and geomorphologic influences on soil development and transport in the Bitterroot and Sapphire Mountains, Montana, USAFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Sarah Benjaram, Sarah Benjaramgeomorphology, climate, sediment transport
2015MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Sediment routing in steep mountain streams to understand hillslope-channel connectivityFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Michael Jahnke, Michael Jahnkesediment transport, geomorphology, connectivity
2015MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Environmental DNA to evaluate individual variation in rainbow trout spawning dateFederal: $909
Non-Federal: $400
Taylor Wilcoxenvironmental DNA, genetics, ecology, rainbow trout
2015NCAnnual BaseHeavy metal anaysis, gene proxies, and stable isotoope tracers of coal ash contamination in the Dan River food webFederal: $19,619
Non-Federal: $35,954
Anne Hershey, Parke Rublee, Martin Tsz-Ki TsuiDan River, Coal ash, Mercury(Hg), Sulfur (S), Heavy metals, Stable isotope tracers, Gene proxies, Bioaccumulation, Food web
2015NCAnnual BaseLegacy impacts of coal combustion residues on freshwater ecosystems in North CarolinaFederal: $9,305
Non-Federal: $83,803
Richard Di Giulio, Emily Bernhardt, Jessica Brandt, Heileen Hsu-Kim, Avner VengoshCoal combustion residues (CCRs), aquatic toxicology, selenium, trace metals, trace metal isotopes
2015NCAnnual BaseCoal ash constituents at the base of aquatic food webs: Processes affecting bioaccumulation and trophic transfer of arsenicFederal: $21,192
Non-Federal: $64,913
David Buchwalter, Dean HesterbergArsenic, bioavailability, food web, speciation, toxicity
2015NCAnnual BaseWRRI Informaiton Transfer ProgramFederal: $2,270
Non-Federal: $0
Nicole Wilkinson
2015NCAnnual BaseAdvection and beyond: Effects of river flow on toxigenic cyanobacterial (Microcystis spp.) bloom dynamics in tidal-fresh estuarine zonesFederal: $183,101
Non-Federal: $252,167
Hans Paerl
2015NDAnnual BaseContribution of Soluble Microbial Products on Dissolved Organic Nitrogen and its Biodegradability in Wastewater EffluentFederal: $8,292
Non-Federal: $16,583
Halis SimsekDissolved Organic Nitrogen, Wastewater Effluent, Microbial Products, Biological Wastewater treatment
2015NDAnnual BaseUse of Mixers in Water Towers to Prevent Ice Formation and Improve Water QualityFederal: $4,800
Non-Federal: $9,600
Wei LinWater Tanks, Mixing, Ice formation, Water quality in water supply
2015NDAnnual BaseEvaluation of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems Sand Filters and Biological Treatment on Indian ReservationsFederal: $4,800
Non-Federal: $9,600
Wei LinSeptic tanks, Indian Reservations, Sand filters, Biological treatment
2015NDAnnual BaseGlutaraldehyde Removal from Flowback and Produced Water Using PhotolysisFederal: $6,132
Non-Federal: $12,265
Khan Eakalak, Sivaguru JayaramanGlutaraldehyde, Flowback water, Hydraulic Fracturing, Photolysis
2015NDAnnual BaseBiopolymers for Phosphate Removal from Eutrophic LakesFederal: $12,608
Non-Federal: $25,217
Achintya BezbaruahPhosphate removal, Eutrophic Lakes, Biopolymers
2015NDAnnual BaseA Study of the Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of Drought and its Impact inFederal: $11,608
Non-Federal: $23,217
G. PadmanabhanDrought, Drought indices, Drought impact, Agriculture Yield
2015NDAnnual BaseInjectable Nanoparticle-based Permeable Reactive Barriers for Groundwater Contaminant RemediationFederal: $4,800
Non-Federal: $9,600
Achintya BezbaruahPermeable reactve barriers, Groundwater remediation, Nanoparticles
2015NDAnnual BaseQuantifying Soluble Salt Removal from Subsurface Tile-Drain Agricultural FieldsFederal: $4,800
Non-Federal: $9,600
Francis Casey, Abbey WickSalt removal, Tile drains, Agricultural drainage
2015NDAnnual BaseEvaluation of Bioavailable Dissolved Organic Nitrogen Using Various Algal SpeciesFederal: $4,002
Non-Federal: $8,004
Halis SimsekDissolved organic nitrogen, Algae, Bioavailability
2015NDAnnual BaseThe Role of Algal Species on Phosphorus BioavailabilityFederal: $8,292
Non-Federal: $16,583
Khan EakalakPhosphorus, Bioavailability, Algae
2015NDAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and CommunicationFederal: $11,011
Non-Federal: $22,022
Khan EakalakInformation dissemination, communication, website, newsletter, Annual seminar
2015NEAnnual BaseDesign of Multi-Scale Soil Moisture Monitoring Networks in Agricultural Systems Using HydrogeophysicsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,001
Trenton Franzhydrogeophysics
2015NEAnnual BaseDevelopment of Smart Alginate Hybrid Beads for Eco-Friendly Water TreatmentFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,779
Jaehong Shim, Patrick Sheawater quality, pollutants, contaminant removal, mitigation, remediation, composite reactive beads
2015NEAnnual BaseClimate Variability and a Decision Support Tool for Optimizing Yields with Limited Water Available for IrrigationFederal: $16,499
Non-Federal: $56,731
Jane Okalebo, Kenneth Hubbardevapotranspiration, irrigation scheduling, sensitive coefficients, corn
2015NEAnnual BaseFate of Manure-Borne Antimicrobials Monensin, Lincomycin, and Sulfamethazine and Potential Effects to Nitrogen Transformation in SoilFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,232
Daniel Snow, Matteo DAlessioantibiotics, biogeochemistry, nutrients
2015NHAnnual BaseImproved Ecosystem Indicator Tools for Water Quality Management – Genomic Analysis of Periphyton to Identify StressorsFederal: $12,040
Non-Federal: $24,079
Alison Watts, WKelley ThomasAlgae, monitoring, adaptive management, genomics
2015NJAnnual BaseAssessing the partitioning and treatment of microbial agents during wet weather flowFederal: $19,998
Non-Federal: $58,060
Nicole Fahrenfeld, Nicole Fahrenfeld
2015NJAnnual BaseKnowledge and action on nonpoint pollution: a professional development program for educatorsFederal: $10,068
Non-Federal: $26,873
Roberta Hunter
2015NJAnnual BaseInvestigation into the hydrologic benefits of soil compaction managementFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $24,269
Steven Yergeau, Louise Wootton
2015NJAnnual BaseEstablishing bioremediation options for dioxins and furans for the heavily contaminated sediments of the Passaic River, New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Haider AlMnehlawi, Donna E. Fennell
2015NJAnnual BaseThe biodegradation of pharmaceuticals in anaerobic wastewater digestateFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Julia Campbell, Lily Young
2015NJAnnual BaseAssessment of seasonal variations and viability of antibiotic resistant genes from hospital point sources to surface waters of New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $16,193
Alessia Eramo, Nicole Fahrenfeld
2015NJAnnual BasePerflourinated compounds (PFOS, PFOA, PFNA) exposure in laboratory zebrafish and field-caught small mouth bass produce different toxicology profiles based on morphometric, gene expression, and behavioral endpointsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Carrie Greenfield, Keith Cooper
2015NJAnnual BaseSuspended particulate toxicity: an emerging area of concern for physiochemical exposures to fish and other aquatic organismsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Daniel Millemann, Keith Cooper
2015NJAnnual BaseDeveloping a green technology to remove phosphate and pharmaceuticals from wastewater effluentsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,315
Saumik Panja, Yang Deng, Dibyendu Sarkar
2015NJAnnual BaseEffects of hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria) grow-out operations on benthic communities in Barnegat Bay, NJFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,162
Rebecca Shell, Robert Prezant
2015NJAnnual BaseDevelopment of novel membranes for reuse of brackish water and sea water desalination via membrane distillationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Smruti Ragunath, Somenath Mitra
2015NMAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $19,898
Non-Federal: $38,757
Cathy Ortega KlettWater Resources Education, Information Transfer, Information Dissemination
2015NMAnnual BaseGeographic Information Systems for Water Resources Research PlanningFederal: $11,174
Non-Federal: $5,140
Alexander Fernald
2015NMAnnual BaseArsenic Removal from Water by Porous PolymersFederal: $20,547
Non-Federal: $41,095
Reza FoudaziArsenic contamination, absorption methods, porous monolith
2015NMAnnual BaseUnderstanding the Costs of Arid Inland CommunitiesFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
Caroline Scruggswater scarcity, planned potable resuse, sustainable resource management, arid communities, water treatment costs
2015NVAnnual BaseGreenpower-Empowering NevadaFederal: $10,451
Non-Federal: $20,735
Amelia Gullinggreenbox, water, education
2015NVAnnual BaseImpact of Climate Change on Low-probability, High-risk Flooding Events in the Southwestern United StatesFederal: $27,464
Non-Federal: $55,874
Li Chen
2015NVAnnual BaseTesting the Mortality and Settlement of Quagga Mussel Veliger Under Various Chemical TreatmentsFederal: $23,648
Non-Federal: $48,223
Kumud AcharyaLake Mead, Invasive Species, Quagga Mussels, Water Quality, Containment
2015NVAnnual BaseGeologic and Seismic Effects of Large Scale Groundwater Withdrawal from Northeastern Nevada BasinsFederal: $23,965
Non-Federal: $47,890
Rina Schumergroundwater withdrawal, slip rates, seismicity
2015NYAnnual BaseEnvironmental ResearchFederal: $3,000
Non-Federal: $1,650
Susan Riha, Brian Rahm
2015NYAnnual BaseDenitrifying Bioreactors Reduction of Agricultural Nitrogen Pollution at the Watershed ScaleFederal: $9,963
Non-Federal: $0
Larry GeohringDenitrifying Bioreactor; Nitrogen; Edge-of-field BMP; Watershed nutrient management
2015NYAnnual BaseEmerging Organic Pollutants: From College Campuses to Cayuga LakeFederal: $19,813
Non-Federal: $66,854
Susan AllenGill, Jose LozanoEmerging pollutants; pharmaceuticals; endocrine disruption
2015NYAnnual BaseWestern New York Watershed NetworkFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $44,097
Chris LowryWater Quality; Stream Discharge; Western New York; Lake Eire
2015NYAnnual BasePopulation and DPS Origin of Subadult Atlantic Sturgeon in the Hudson RiverFederal: $18,980
Non-Federal: $41,455
Isaac WirginAtlantic sturgeon; Migration; Subadults; DNA analyses; Population-DPS origin
2015OHAnnual BaseSoil development on coal mine tailings; impact on trace metal sources and mobility to acid mine drainageFederal: $20,072
Non-Federal: $20,072
David Singertrace metals; coal mine tailings, shale, acid mine drainage
2015OHAnnual BasePolicy Tools for Reducing Nutrient Loads and Combating Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) in Lake Erie: An Inventory and AssessmentFederal: $24,455
Non-Federal: $24,455
John HoornbeekPolicy, HABs, Lake Erie, Nutrients
2015OHAnnual BaseSpatial and Temporal Dynamics of Non-Point Source PollutionFederal: $35,217
Non-Federal: $35,416
Gajan SivandranDownscaling, Global climate models, critical source areas
2015OKAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProjectFederal: $9,203
Non-Federal: $17,585
Garey Fox
2015OKAnnual BaseQuantifying Streambank Erosion and Phosphorus Load for Watershed Assessment and PlanningFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Daniel StormStreambank erosion, phosphorus, SWAT, modeling
2015OKAnnual BaseOptimizing the Economic Value of Water from the Ogallala Aquifer used for IrrigationFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Jason Warren, Jody Campiche, Rodney Jones, Arthur StoeckerSubsurface Drip, wheat, corn, sorghum, economics
2015OKAnnual BaseThreats to the Lugert-Altus Irrigation District: Untangling the Effects of Drought, Land Use Change, and Groundwater DevelopmentFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Tyson Ochsner, Erik Kruger, Yohannes YimamStreamflow, land use change, groundwater development, drought
2015ORAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $52,842
Non-Federal: $185,601
Todd JarvisFilm Series, Humanitarian Engineering, Water Resources Seminars
2015PAAnnual BaseBuilding Capacity to Assess Harmful Algal Blooms in Surface Waters of PennsylvaniaFederal: $17,900
Non-Federal: $35,800
Bryan Swistockharmful algal blooms, water education
2015PAAnnual BaseDetermining How Fish Populations Cope with Rapid Environmental Fluctuation: A Case Study in Pennsylvania StreamsFederal: $17,950
Non-Federal: $35,759
Victoria BraithwaiteClimate change, Plasticity, Conservation, Fish
2015PAAnnual BaseAssessment of Shale Gas Contaminants in Sediment Profiles of the Conemaugh River LakeFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $35,229
William Burgos, Pat Drohanshale gas wastewater, sediment cores, radioactivity, radium, lakes
2015PAAnnual BasePassive Co-Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage and Municipal Wastewater: A Novel Solution to Protect and Restore Water QualityFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $68,030
William StrosniderAcid Mine Drainage, Municipal Wastewater, Co-Treatment, Passive Treatment, Applied Geochemistry
2015PAAnnual BasePennsylvania Water Resources Research Center Education & Outreach ProgramFederal: $11,228
Non-Federal: $8,683
Elizabeth Boyerwater, education, STEM, conferences, symposia
2015PRAnnual BaseDevelopment and evaluation of a hybrid multimedia-filter prototype (HMP) for the degradation of natural organic matter (NOM) and bacteriological control from raw waters.Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $43,469
Pedro Tarafa, OMarcelo Suarezphotodegradation, biosand filter, titanium oxide, pathogens, trihalomethanes, recycled glass
2015PRAnnual BaseMapping Field-Scale Soil Moisture Using Ground-Based L-Band Passive Microwave Observations in Western Puerto RicoFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $43,469
Jonathan MunozBarreto, Tarendra Lakhankar, Xiwu ZhanSoil Moisture, Microwave Radiometer, Remote Sensing
2015PRAnnual BaseSecond Conference on Water Resource Sustainability Issues on Tropical IslandsFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $3,000
Jorge Rivera-Santos, Walter Silva
2015RIAnnual BaseCommon Pool Resources and Water Quality ExperimentsFederal: $19,581
Non-Federal: $39,230
Todd GuilfoosExperiments, Common Pool Resources, Water Resources, Cooperation
2015RIAnnual BaseImproving Methods to Assess Liquefaction Potential of Embankment Dams in the Northeast RegionFederal: $19,076
Non-Federal: $39,384
Aaron BradshawEmbankment Dam, Liquefaction
2015RIAnnual BaseClean Drinking Water in Rhode IslandFederal: $8,565
Non-Federal: $16,604
Christopher HunterClean Water;
2015SCAnnual BaseA Premilinary Investigation into the Ecology, Hydrodynamics, and Limnological Parameters of Oxbow Lakes in the Middle and Lower Savannah River BasinFederal: $26,097
Non-Federal: $53,730
John HainsGroundwater, Surface Water, Oxbows, Fish Habitat, Ecosystem Flows, Resevoir Water Management
2015SCAnnual BaseEffect of Climate and Land Use Change on Water Availability for the Savannah River BasinFederal: $24,000
Non-Federal: $48,000
Ashok MishraWater Availibility, Climate Change, Critical Basin, Transboundary Issues
2015SDAnnual BaseNutrient Removal from Agricultural Subsurface Drainage Using Denitrification 1 Bioreactors and Phosphate Adsorbents (Year 2)Federal: $22,563
Non-Federal: $45,126
Guanghui Hua, Christopher Hay, Christopher SchmitSubsurface Drainage, Nitrate, Phosphate, Denitrification, Adsorption
2015SDAnnual BaseControlling Harmful Algal Blooms in Eutrophic Lakes by Combined Phosphorus Precipitation and Sediment CappingFederal: $21,370
Non-Federal: $42,740
Kyungnan Min, Guanghui HuaAlgal Blooms, Phosphorus Precipitation, Sediment Capping
2015SDAnnual BaseEstablishing Gene Fingerprints of Pathogenic Bacteria Along Selected Reaches of Rapid CreekFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Linda DeVeaux, Lisa KunzaFecal Coliforms; pathogenic bacteria; shiga toxin
2015SDAnnual BaseSouth Dakota Water Resources Institute FY2015 Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $16,950
Non-Federal: $33,900
Van Kelley, Kevin DalstedOutreach, Service, Communication, Interaction, Information.
2015TNAnnual BaseMeasuring evapotranspiration and soil moisture to close the hydrologic budget under different land-uses in TennesseeFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,440
Thanos Papanicolaou, Christopher WilsonEvapotranspiration, Soil Moisture, Water Quantity, Land Use/ Land Cover; Water Budget
2015TNAnnual BaseEvaluating Environmental and Biological Impacts of Acid Runoff from Pyrite-Bearing Rock FormationsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,094
William Sutton, DeEtra YoungNon-Point Pollution, Acid-Rock Drainage, Monitoring, Amphibians, Salamanders, First-flush
2015TNAnnual BaseCharacterizing Stream Sediment Source Potentials in Small Urbanizing WatershedFederal: $17,195
Non-Federal: $34,744
John SchwartzChannel hydraulic resistance; Geomorphic field assessments; Urbanization; Hydromodification; Stormwater management; Urban stream restoration
2015TXAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $82,370
Non-Federal: $89,864
Roel Lopez, Danielle Kalisek, Leslie Lee, Kevin Wagner, Kathy Wythe
2015TXAnnual BaseEvaluating the Efficacy of a Long-Term Residential Water Conservation Program in College Station, TXFederal: $4,965
Non-Federal: $16,722
Adam Landon, Ronald Kaiser, Gerard KyleResidential Water Conservation, Water Conservation Policy, Demand Management
2015TXAnnual BaseHollow fiber membrane air stripping for the removal of carbonate species in produced water from hydraulic fracturingFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Dora Frances Sullivan-Gonzalez, Benny Freeman, Lynn Katz, Desmond Lawlerhydraulic fracturing, water purification, membrane application, pretreatment
2015UTAnnual BaseInformation Systems for Landscape Water ConservationFederal: $31,086
Non-Federal: $62,200
Kelly KoppIrrigation companies, canal companies, urbanization, land use change, secondary irrigation, Intermountain West
2015UTAnnual BaseBiofiltration of Utah Municipal Drinking WaterFederal: $37,168
Non-Federal: $105,779
David Stevens, Eva Nieminski, Darwin SorensenDrinking Water, Biofiltration, Pilot Study
2015UTAnnual BaseInformation Transfer in Support of the Utah Center for Water Resources Research (UCWRR)Federal: $3,597
Non-Federal: $4,106
R. Ivonne Harris, Carri RichardsOutreach, Publications, Web Page Development, Drupal, Database
2015VAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $70,765
Non-Federal: $105,475
Stephen H. Schoenholtz
2015VIAnnual BaseWater Ambassador ProgramFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $0
christina chanes, David Morris, Avram PrimackWater conservation, water resources
2015VIAnnual BaseEngineered Pervious Layer for Rooftop Rain Harvesting and Solar/Dark Inactivation of E. coliFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $0
Sangchul Hwang, Henry SmithNano materials, Pervious concrete, Rainwater
2015VIAnnual BaseInfluences of Watersheds Inputs on Water Quality and Bioluminescent Dinoflagellates in Mangrove Lagoon, St. Croix, USVIFederal: $29,477
Non-Federal: $0
Bernard Castillo, James Pinckney, Kynoch Reale-MunroePhytoplankton, St. Croix, Bioluminescence, Virgin Islands, Mangrove Lagoon
2015VIAnnual BaseSecond Conference on Water Resource Sustainability Issues on Tropical IslandsFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $0
Henry SmithIsland Institutes, Virgin Islands,
2015VTAnnual BaseSystem-wide quantification of streambank erosionFederal: $38,542
Non-Federal: $78,673
Mandar Dewoolkar, Jarlath ONeilDunne, Donna Rizzo, Jeff frolikriverbanks stability, erosion, fluvial geomorphology, unmanned aerial system, Vermont
2015WAAnnual BaseClimate Change Effects on Water Supply: Linkages Between Wildfire and Accelerated SnowmeltFederal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,000
Susan Kaspari, Carey Gazissnowmelt, runoff, water availability, fire, climate change
2015WAAnnual BaseDevelopment and Update of Rainfall and Runoff Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curves for Washington State Counties in Response to Observed and Anticipated Extreme Rainfall and Snow EventsFederal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,046
yonas Demissie, Jennifer Adam, Akram Hossain
2015WAAnnual BaseBedload dynamics at the confluence of large riversFederal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,000
John Petrie, Balasingam Muhunthansediment transport, 3D velocity field, field measurements
2015WAAnnual Base2015WA-SWWRC Administration/ManagmentFederal: $5,222
Non-Federal: $9,020
Jacqueline McCabe, Jon Yoder
2015WAAnnual BaseSWWRC Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $4,613
Non-Federal: $11,392
Jonathan Yoder, Jennifer AdamOutreach, Information Transfer, Management
2015WIAnnual BaseWisconsin Water Resources Fellowship: Collaborating with Water ManagersFederal: $38,990
Non-Federal: $51,872
Jennifer Hauxwell, Jennifer Hauxwellfellowship, state agency, water resources, policy
2015WIAnnual BaseEffect of Source Chemistry on Mn-Bearing Solid Dissolution and Reactivity in Municipal Water SystemsFederal: $29,796
Non-Federal: $12,965
Matthew GinderVogel, Christina Remucalmanganese, drinking water, groundwater
2015WVAnnual Base2015 WV State Water ConferenceFederal: $19,866
Non-Federal: $6,456
Tamara Vandivortenergy extraction; agricultural practices;
2015WVAnnual BaseDevelopment of Microbial Desalination Cells as an Innovative Low-cost Desalination Method for Produced Water TreatmentFederal: $46,491
Non-Federal: $22,781
Lian-Shin Linproduced water, microbial desalination, electro-osmosis
2015WYAnnual BaseHigh-Resolution Modeling of Precipitation, Snowpack, and Streamflow in Wyoming: Quantifying Water Supply Variations in Future DecadesFederal: $57,261
Non-Federal: $255,066
Bart GeertsPrecipitation, Snowpack, Streamflow, Modeling
2015WYAnnual BaseQuantifying Return Flow in the Upper Wind River BasinFederal: $29,908
Non-Federal: $149,903
Ginger Paige, Scott MillerSubsurface flow, Return flow, Consumptive use
2015WYAnnual BaseWyoming Information TransferFederal: $49,112
Non-Federal: $21,468
Greg Kerr
2014AKAnnual BaseGone fishin’: Reconstructing temperature and productivity in Arctic lake ecosystems using lake trout (proposal to USGS NIWR)Federal: $18,450
Non-Federal: $9,225
Christopher ArpAquatic, Arctic, Climate Change, Ecosystems, Fish Creek Watershed, Lakes, Lake Trout, Water Resources
2014AKAnnual BaseHydrograph partitioning of a glacierized watershed, Interior AlaskaFederal: $18,987
Non-Federal: $5,538
Anna Liljedahl, Tom TrainorRunoff, hydrograph partitioning, glacier, geochemistry
2014AKAnnual BaseUse of Gel Encapsulated Graphene Oxide Nanoparticles for Water TreatmentFederal: $19,623
Non-Federal: $32,560
Srijan AggarwalWater treatment, filtration, nanoparticle, immobilization, alginate-gel
2014AKAnnual BaseUse of ground and aircraft-based radar to document the spatial pattern of snow accumulation on two well-studied Alaskan glaciersFederal: $19,730
Non-Federal: $39,605
Michael Losoglacier runoff, sea level rise, snowpack, ground penetrating radar, water supply, Alaska
2014AKAnnual BaseAccounting for Thermal Processes in Alaska Coastal ErosionFederal: $10,935
Non-Federal: $21,877
Tom RavensCoastal erosion modeling, Xbeach, thermal processes
2014ALAnnual BaseExamination of bacterial levels in water and sediment for the development of refined monitoring protocols for inland recreational watersFederal: $41,382
Non-Federal: $83,344
Luxin Wang, Eric ReutebuchPublic Swimming Waters; Water Quality Monitoring; Bacteria; E. coli; Salmonella, Pathogens
2014ALAnnual BaseWater Policy and Law in AlabamaFederal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $80,000
Bennett Bearden, Heather ElliottWater Law (268), Water Rights (278), Law (140), Policy Analysis (180), Planning (175), Resource Planning (199), Institutional Relationships (124)
2014ARAnnual BaseAssessing total nitrosamine formation and speciation in drinking water systemsFederal: $24,600
Non-Federal: $49,215
Julian Fairey, Wen Zhangnitrosamines; disinfection byproducts; water treatment
2014ARAnnual BaseIs persistence of plasmids in antibiotic resistant E. coli isolated from stream water impacted by integrons and conjugation or mobilization genes?Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $6,410
Mary Savin, FNU Suhartonoantibiotic resistance, integron, mobilization, plasmid, Escherichia coli, PCR, persistence, integrase
2014ARAnnual BaseVisible water quality dynamics over the receding limbs of the hydrograph in five Northwest Arkansas recreational riversFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $6,524
Jefferson Scott, Amie WestOptical water quality
2014ARAnnual BaseImproved ensemble forecast model for drought conditions in Arkansas using residual re-sampling methodFederal: $8,846
Non-Federal: $18,852
Yeonsang HwangHydrology, Forecast, Drought, Stochastic, Sustainability
2014ARAnnual BaseMicrobial Community under the Changing Pre-Oxidation Regime at Beaver Water DistrictFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $6,193
Wen Zhangmicrobial community, water treatment
2014ARAnnual BaseEconomics of Multiple Water-Saving Technologies across the Arkansas Delta RegionFederal: $24,600
Non-Federal: $49,387
Kent Kovacs, Chris Henry, Qiuqiong Huang, Eric WailesEconomics, Irrigation, Groundwater
2014ARAnnual BaseHydrogeology and Biogeochemical Evolution of groundwater in Big Creek and Buffalo River Basins and Implications for Concentrated Animal-Feeding OperationsFederal: $5,200
Non-Federal: $6,690
Phil Hays, John Brahana, Ralph K. Davis, Erik Pollock, Victor Roland IICAFO, Environmental Isotopes, Karst, Nutrients, Biogeochemistry, Hydrogeology, Buffalo River, Big Creek, Bacterial Contamination, Groundwater
2014ARAnnual BaseArkansas Water Resources Center, Information TransferFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $8,823
Brian Haggard, Erin ScottConference, Electronic Media, Newsletters
2014ARAnnual BaseLower Cutoff Creek MonitoringFederal: $5,958
Non-Federal: $11,924
Kelly Bryant, Hal LiechtyWatershed, Bayou Bartholomew
2014AZAnnual BaseImproving Integrated Surface Water and Groundwater Management in the United States: Case Studies of Innovative Groundwater Governance ApproachesFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $10,096
Sharon Megdal, Andrea Gerlak, Robert VaradyGroundwater, governance, integrated surface/groundwater management, policy, conjunctive use
2014AZAnnual BaseDevelopment of Antibiotic Resistance during Wastewater TreatmentFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $15,000
Jean McLainBacterial Antibiotic Resistance, Recycled Wastewater
2014AZAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $72,358
Non-Federal: $157,011
Sharon Megdal, Susanna Eden
2014CAAnnual BaseMinimizing Hexavalent Chromium in Californian Water: Understanding Hiding Reaction Pathways in Drinking Water and Reinventing Treatment ProcessFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $6,083
Haizhou Liuchromium, water treatment
2014CAAnnual BaseRegulating the Social and Environmental Costs of Hydraulic Fracturing in CaliforniaFederal: $11,981
Non-Federal: $1,705
Brent Haddad
2014CAAnnual BaseBalancing salmon populations, aquatic biodiversity, and water resource needs during drought in coastal CaliforniaFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $6,083
Stephanie Carlson
2014CAAnnual BaseAssessing Environmental Justice Impacts and Social Learning of Integrated Regional Water Management PlanningFederal: $12,500
Non-Federal: $3,042
Jonathon London
2014CAAnnual BaseEvaluation of Surface Water Quality on Soil Leaching Fraction and Alfalfa Yield in the DeltaFederal: $16,450
Non-Federal: $4,003
Michelle LeinfelderMiles
2014COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $47,365
Non-Federal: $165,196
Reagan WaskomTechnology Transfer, Information Dissemination
2014COAnnual BaseEcological Functions of Irrigation Dependent WetlandsFederal: $4,987
Non-Federal: $2,429
David CooperCanal, Wetland, Habitat
2014COAnnual BaseWOOD: Windows Of Opportunity for Debris Retention in Response to 2013 Front Range FloodingFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
Ellen WohlWood, Management, River
2014COAnnual BaseThe Effect of Normative Trends on Water ConservationFederal: $4,983
Non-Federal: $0
Chad MortensenSocial Norms, Conservation, Trends
2014COAnnual BaseImpact of Limited Irrigation on Health of Three Ornamental Grass SpeciesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
James KlettOrnamental Grasses, Water Requirements, Plant Quality
2014COAnnual BaseNutrient Retention and Productivity in Rocky Mountain Streams Under Alternative Stable StatesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
Dana WinkelmanLarge Woody Debris, Trout, Streams
2014COAnnual BaseInvestigation of the Effects of Whitewater Kayak Parks on Aquatic Resources in ColoradoFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
Brian BledsoeFish Passage, Hydraulics, Management
2014COAnnual BaseExploration of Morphometric Approaches for Estimating Snow Surface RoughnessFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,435
Steven FassnachtSnow Roughness Length, Climate Modeling, Surface/Atmosphere Interaction
2014CTAnnual BaseEvaluating and enhancing communities’ willingness to adopt N-Sink as a community based pollution mitigation decision toolFederal: $15,210
Non-Federal: $31,492
Christine Kirchhoff, Juliana Barrettnitrogen management, decision support tool, usability, Long Island Sound
2014CTAnnual BaseInvestigating the effects of storm and wastewater treatment inputs on the biouptake and transfer of heavy metals in urban stream food websFederal: $12,821
Non-Federal: $24,828
Bin Zhu, Timothy VadasHeavy metal, bioavailability, trophic transfer, storm runoff, wastewater effluent, urban streams, food webs
2014CTAnnual BaseMitigating Eurasian watermilfoil invasion success and ecosystem impact using native herbivoresFederal: $14,010
Non-Federal: $32,183
LaTina Steele, Michele GuidoneWatermilfoil, Invasion Success, Herbivory, Chemical Defense
2014CTAnnual BaseInteractions between catchment land cover, storm events, and nitrogen export from Connecticut streamsFederal: $22,272
Non-Federal: $40,515
Ashley Heltonstorm, first flush, nitrogen, impervious cover, nonpoint source pollution
2014CTAnnual BaseCT IWR Technology TransferFederal: $5,877
Non-Federal: $4,004
Glenn Warner, James Hurd
2014DCAnnual BaseDevelopment of software Analytical Tool to conduct storm Event AnalysisFederal: $12,400
Non-Federal: $38,512
Pradeep BeheraPrecipitation Analysis, Storm event analysis, software development
2014DCAnnual BasePrediction of Surface Water Supply Sources for the District of Columbia Using Least Squares Support Vector Machine (LS-SVM)Federal: $9,417
Non-Federal: $33,208
Nian Zhang, Pradeep BeheraWater Supply, Water Quantity Prediction, Time Series Prediction, Least Square Support Vector Machine
2014DCAnnual BaseStormwater Flood Prediction and Mitigation in Bloomingdale and Ledroit Park Using Bayesian Network and Time Series AnalysisFederal: $14,700
Non-Federal: $0
Valbona Bejleri
2014DCAnnual BaseMonitoring of Uptake of Water Soluble Phosphorus in Wastewater Samples by Algae Using 31P Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) SpectroscopyFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $51,600
Xueqing SongHarmful Algae, Phosphorus, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Sediment Sample
2014DCAnnual BaseDeveloping a chance-constraint framework for optimization of long-term hydraulic performance of green roofsFederal: $14,918
Non-Federal: $40,161
Arash Massoudieh, Pradeep Beherastormwater, low impact development, green roofs, flow in unsaturated media
2014DCAnnual BaseGeochemical characteristics of an urban river: detecting the influences of an urban landscapeFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $51,804
Stephen MacAvoyaqueous geochemistry, concrete, urban hydrology, applied geochemistry
2014DCAnnual BaseDetermining the Feasibility of Simulating the District of Columbia’s Department of the Environment Proposed Stormwater Volume Trading Market Using Agent-Based ModelingFederal: $10,900
Non-Federal: $34,093
Pradeep Behera, Seth BrownWater Quality Trading, urban stormwater management, low impact development, green infrastructure, environmental economics, agent based modeling, multi-agent simulation
2014DEAnnual BaseDWRC Information TransferFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $0
James Sims, Maria Pautler, James SimsInformation transfer, knowledge dissemination, outreach and public education
2014DEAnnual BaseUD WATERFederal: $4,860
Non-Federal: $2,834
James Sims, Gerald Kauffman, James SimsEcological approaches to stormwater mangement, internship training, education and outreach
2014DEAnnual BasePhotoelectrochemical Process for Removal of Contemporary Organic Contaminants from WaterFederal: $12,627
Non-Federal: $34,829
Chin-pao Huangphotocatalysts, water quality treatment, organic contaminants
2014DEAnnual BaseNutrient Removal from Stormwater, Wastewater, and Agricultural Runoff Using Scrap Iron and BiocharFederal: $12,627
Non-Federal: $34,829
Pei Chiu, Daniel Cha, Paul Imhoffbiochar, nutrient removal, stormwater, agricultural runoff
2014DEAnnual BaseGreenhouse Gas Emissions from Sediments in a Protected Estuary in DelawareFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $6,402
Rodrigo Vargas, Rodrigo Vargasgreenhouse gases, estuarine sediments, climate change
2014DEAnnual BaseQuantifying Conservation Practices in the Chesapeake Bay BasinFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $2,775
Jennifer Volkbest management practices, nutrients, regional planning, Chesapeake Bay
2014DEAnnual BaseIntegrating Biochar Amendments in Green Stormwater Management Systems for Enhanced Nutrient Treatment of Stormwater Runoff.Federal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $6,402
Paul Imhoff, Daniel Cha, Pei Chiustormwater, agricultural runoff, biochar, mitigation BMP
2014DEAnnual BaseNutrient Loading in the Murderkill RiverFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $6,402
Alan Andresnutrient loading, simulation models, monitoring and assessment of water quality
2014DEAnnual BaseFine-Scale Temporal Dynamics of Estuarine Virioplankton and Bacterioplankton PopulationsFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $6,402
Eric Wommackenvironmental virology, marine systems, nutrient cycling
2014DEAnnual BaseInvestigation of Nitrogen Pollution in a Mixed Land-Use WatershedFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $6,402
Luc Claessensnutrient loading, mixed land use watersheds, monitoring, simulation modeling
2014DEAnnual BaseEnhanced Pollutant Biodegradation by Electrode UseFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $6,402
Steven Dentel, Steven Dentelbiodegradation, organic pollutants, electrochemical treatment
2014DEAnnual BaseUnderstanding Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in EstuariesFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $2,775
Angelia Seyfferth, Rodrigo Vargasgreenhouse gases, sediments, emissions, estuaries
2014DEAnnual BaseWater Quality Performance for Paired Bioretention BasinsFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $2,775
Carmine Balascioecological stormwater treatment, biofiltration, runoff
2014DEAnnual BaseProcuring Abatement: Cover Crop Cost Heterogeneity and Optimal Policy Design in DelawareFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $2,775
Joshua Dukecover crops, best management practices, economic strategies
2014DEAnnual BaseWetland Restoration and Mitigation Banking along the Cool Run Watershed at the UD Farm: GIS MappingFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $2,775
Gerald Kauffmanwetland banks, water quality BMPs, watershed plans
2014DEAnnual BaseWetland Restoration and Mitigation Banking along the Cool Run: Ecosystem Service AnalysisFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $2,775
Gerald Kauffman, Gerald Kauffmanwetlands, ecological value, management strategies
2014FLAnnual BaseFlorida Water Resources Information TransferFederal: $27,533
Non-Federal: $16,984
Kirk Hatfield, Mark Newman
2014GAAnnual BaseValidation of Oysters as Biomonitors of Pharmaceutical Pollution in GeorgiaFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,017
Marsha BlackPharmaceuticals, oysters, tidal creeks, septic tanks, wastewater effluents
2014GAAnnual BaseThe effect of salt marsh hydrodynamics on estuarine flowFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Kevin Haas, Donald WebsterSalt Marsh, estuaries, water exhchange processes
2014GAAnnual BaseImplications of eutrophication and climate change in promoting toxic cyanobacterial blooms in agricultural ponds across Georgia.Federal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,316
Susan Wilde, Deepak Mishra
2014GAAnnual BaseBaseline Conservation Analysis for Agricultural Irrigation in Priority Watersheds of the Lower Flint River BasinFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,200
Mark Masterswater conservation, agricultural irrigation, water use, drought, water resource management, irrigation efficiency, groundwater management
2014GUAnnual BaseExpanding Guam Water Kids with Five Modules to Prepare High School Students for Service-Learning Opportunities Beneficial to Freshwater ResourcesFederal: $12,970
Non-Federal: $0
Arretta CardWater resources, aquifer, groundwater, surface water, watershed, Guam, hydrological cycle, ground water, non-source pollution, non-point-source pollution, conservation, fresh water, water supply, education, teacher training, service-learning
2014GUAnnual BaseOne-Day Field Course for Water Resource Professionals and Island Educators, with Educational Webpage on the Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $10,477
Non-Federal: $0
John JensonGroundwater education Aquifer field trip Aquifer models
2014GUAnnual BasePrediction of Flow Duration Curves at Ungaged Stream Sites in GuamFederal: $20,156
Non-Federal: $0
Leroy Heitz, Shahram KhosrowpanahStream Flow Variability, Flow Duration Curves
2014GUAnnual BaseEstimating the natural limits of the Northern Guam Lens Aquifer: A first step toward sustainable managementFederal: $27,283
Non-Federal: $0
Mark Lander, John JensonGroundwater availability, Groundwater quality
2014GUAnnual BaseDevelop a GIS Model for Analysis of Groundwater Quality Data in SaipanFederal: $22,119
Non-Federal: $0
Yuming Wen, Brian BeardenGIS, model, groundwater, Saipan
2014GUAnnual BaseMeasurement of Groundwater Salinity for Selected Production Wells, Island of Saipan, CNMIFederal: $5,826
Non-Federal: $0
Elena Alexandrova, Heidi YelinSaipan, groundwater, salinity, chlorides, production water wells, seasonal variation, dry season, wet season, precipitation, pumping rates
2014GUAnnual BaseImpact of Stormwater Discharges and WWII on the Mercury Status of Fish from the Southern Section of Saipan LagoonFederal: $39,832
Non-Federal: $0
Gary DentonMonitoring, Fish, Mercury, Saipan Lagoon, Micronesia
2014GUAnnual BaseOptimizing operation of the Saipan's water distribution system using diurnal demand pattern and system pressureFederal: $11,230
Non-Federal: $0
Brian Bearden, Shahram KhosrowpanahWater Use Data, Water Demand, Distribution Systems, Model Studies
2014GUAnnual BasePilot study to improve wastewater treatment system in Yap, FSMFederal: $26,432
Non-Federal: $0
Joe RouseWastewater, sewage, treatment, attached growth, biocarrier
2014GUAnnual BaseEvaluating rainfall variability and drought thresholds for atolls and high islands of the FSMFederal: $15,106
Non-Federal: $0
Mark Lander, Shahram KhosrowpanahRainfall, rainfall variability, drought, climate, extreme events, water quantity
2014GUAnnual BaseDevelop community based watershed management programs to improve water quality of community water systems in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia-FSMFederal: $19,035
Non-Federal: $0
Joseph Eugene, Francisca ObispoCommunity based watershed management, improve water quality, water systems
2014GUAnnual BaseSustainable Conjunctive use of Groundwater and Rain Catchment Water under Variable Climatic Scenarios for Atoll Island CommunitiesFederal: $20,942
Non-Federal: $0
John JensonAtoll island aquifers
2014GUAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $23,913
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram KhosrowpanahInformation Transfer, Education, Water Resources
2014HIAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $3,250
Non-Federal: $6,539
Philip Moravciktechnology transfer, outreach, public information, information dissemination
2014HIAnnual BaseEvaluation of Portable Multi-use Automated Concentration System (PMACS) for the analysis of indicator bacteria and microbial source tracking markers in HawaiiFederal: $15,226
Non-Federal: $31,980
Marek Kirs, Roger Fujioka, Philip Moravcikmicrobial water quality, indicator bacteria, microbial source tracking, hollow fiber filtration methods, public health
2014HIAnnual BaseEstimating Evapotranspiration Over Native Wet Montane Cloud Forests in Hawai’i and Evaluating the Impact of Climate Change on itFederal: $26,708
Non-Federal: $58,646
Sayed BateniEvapotranspiration, Data Assimilation (DA), Climate Change, Remote Sensing
2014HIAnnual BaseTemporal and spatial effects of sewage outfalls on the ecosystem health of coastal waters offshore of HonoluluFederal: $3,021
Non-Federal: $7,071
Julie Bailey-BrockBiological Indicator; Ecosystem Health, Sewage outfalls; Marine worms; Reproduction
2014HIAnnual BaseManaging for multiple ecosystem services with changing land use in West MauiFederal: $20,208
Non-Federal: $40,627
Kirsten Olesonecosystem services, sediment retention, coastal water quality, groundwater recharge, economic valuation
2014HIAnnual BaseTracing Interconnectivity Between High-level and Basal Groundwaters in West HawaiiFederal: $21,422
Non-Federal: $43,321
Craig GlennGroundwater, Water Problems, Water Sustainability, Water Management, Water Resources, Fate and Transport, Water Quality, Environmental Impacts
2014IAAnnual BaseValidation of Satellite Observations of Soil Moisture to Facilitate Forecasts of Soil Water Storage in IowaFederal: $49,377
Non-Federal: $105,548
Brian Hornbucklesoil moisture; satellite remote sensing; weather forecasting; climate prediction; agriculture
2014IAAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Framework for Discharge Forecasting over IowaFederal: $51,823
Non-Federal: $61,817
Gabriele Villarini, Aaron Strongclimate variability, discharge, flood, drought, forecast, rainfall, hydrometeorology, historical records, statistical modeling
2014IAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $12,049
Non-Federal: $28,625
Richard Cruse, Melissa Miller
2014IAAnnual BaseCost-Effectiveness of Reverse Auctions for Watershed Nutrient Reductions in the Presence of Climate VariabilityFederal: $20,722
Non-Federal: $39,639
Adriana Valcu, Philip Gassman, Catherine Klingclimate variability, water quality, watershed, conservation practices, nutrient and sediment reductions, cost efficiency, reverse auction
2014IDAnnual BaseDynamic modeling of rule curve reservoir operations under stochastic climate conditionsFederal: $13,933
Non-Federal: $27,866
Levan Elbakidze, Garth TaylorFlood risk, Irrigation water, hydropower, stochastic runoff
2014IDAnnual BaseIdaho Outreach and Engagement Project FY2014Federal: $63,402
Non-Federal: $53,240
John Tracy, Julie Scanlin
2014IDAnnual BaseDevelopment of Soil Moisture Droght Index (SODI) to Characterize Hydrological Droughts in the NorthwestFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Jae RyuDrought, drought index, soil moisture drought index
2014ILAnnual BaseTransferring Information to the People of IllinoisFederal: $31,521
Non-Federal: $11,515
Lisa Merrifieldconferences, websites, outreach
2014ILAnnual BaseHydro-meteorological response to tropical system precipitation in IllinoisFederal: $8,331
Non-Federal: $16,663
David ChangnonStream flow, tropical systems, heavy rainfall
2014ILAnnual BaseYear-round wetland microbial activity impacts on nitrogen cycling annual budgets: is restoration impacting greenhouse gas emissions in wetlands?Federal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,002
Angela Kentdenitrfication, microbiology, wetland restoration, ecosystem services, climate change
2014ILAnnual BaseChanging food webs in Lake Michigan: Dreissena and the microbial loopFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $4,318
Jerry Kavouras, Jerry Kavourasmicrobiology, food webs, invasive species
2014ILAnnual BaseEpikarstic groundwater ecosystems in Illinois: a sensitive by unstudied faunal elementFederal: $7,483
Non-Federal: $15,090
Steven Taylorepikarst, karst, groundwater, aquatic invertebrate, drips
2014ILAnnual BaseAnthropogenic litter and microplastic in urban streams: abundance, source, and fateFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $27,152
Timothy Hoelleinplastic debris, human environmental impacts, urban stream ecology
2014ILAnnual BaseStatewide surveillance of emerging flame retardant contamination in Illinois waters via fish monitoringFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $8,091
Da Chenbrominated flame retardants, aquatic environments, fish, spacial distribution, temporal trends
2014ILAnnual BaseRestoration trajectories of restored floodplain wetlands and their ecosystem servicesFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $8,000
Angela Kentdenitrification, microbiology, wetland restoration, ecosystem services
2014ILAnnual BaseHydrologic Impacts of an alternative agricultural land use: a woody perennial polycultureFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $8,000
Evan DeLucia, Kevin Wolzland use change, ecological restoration, climate change, water balance, woody perennial crops
2014ILAnnual BaseInfluence of water quality and stormwater management on the ecology of mosquito-borne diseaseFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $8,021
Brian Allan, Andrew Mackaymosquitoes, storm water retention, public health, aquatic ecology, urban ecosystems
2014INAnnual BaseQuantifying the seasonal change in the geochemical state of the Wabash River usingFederal: $14,998
Non-Federal: $29,996
Keith Cherkauer, Indrajeet Chaubeywater quality, remote sensing, sediment transport, Wabash River
2014INAnnual BaseReconnection of floodplain lakes in the Patoka River watershed: habitat and fish assemblagesFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Mark PyronFish assemblages, floodplain lakes, river hydrology
2014INAnnual BaseA History of Metal Pollution in the Wabash River, Vigo County, Using Geochemical Records from Pond and Wetland SedimentsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Jennifer LatimerBiogeochemistry, Pollution, Metals, Nutrients
2014INAnnual BaseLinking improved soil health to water quality via the planting of cover crops in the Shatto Ditch Watershed, Kosciusko Co, IN.Federal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $34,042
Jennifer Tank, Sheila ChristopherCover crops, Nitrogen, Nitrate, Ammonium, Phosphorus, Tile drain, Water quality
2014INAnnual BasePollution Prevention Strategies for the PublicFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $30,632
Fred Whitford, Jagadeesh Anmalaintegrated pest management, consumer, water, pesticides
2014INAnnual BaseEvaluating the Maintenance and Diffusion of Best Management Practices in the Great Bend of the Wabash River WatershedFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Linda Prokopybest management practices; climate change; non-point source pollution; watershed-based planning
2014KSAnnual BaseMoving Towards a Real-Time Drought Assessment and Forecasting System for KansasFederal: $28,784
Non-Federal: $58,022
Xiaomao Lin, Robert Aiken, Gerard Kluitenberg, Daniel OBrienReal-Time, Drought, Forecasting
2014KSAnnual BaseExtending the Useable Life of Ogallala Aquifer through Limited Irrigation using Integrated Sensor-Based TechnologiesFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $68,176
Isaya Kisekka, Jonathan Aguilar, Randall Currie, Danny RogersIrrigation
2014KSAnnual BaseAssessment of Deteriorating Water Quality in the Ogallala Aquifer and its Effect on Crops in Western KansasFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,427
Jonathan Aguilar, Isaya Kisekka, Danny Rogers, Aleksey SheshukovWater Quality
2014KSAnnual BaseAssessing Natural Variability in Groundwater Surface Water InteractionsFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $72,894
Andrea BrookfieldGroundwater Surface water Interactions
2014KSAnnual BaseFate of High Uranium in Saline Arkansas River Water in Southwest Kansas: Distribution in Soils, Crops, and GroundwaterFederal: $28,185
Non-Federal: $69,096
Donald WhittemoreGroundwater, Saline, Uranium
2014KSAnnual BaseSupport for the GovernorFederal: $27,282
Non-Federal: $29,784
Dan DevlinWater Quality
2014KYAnnual BaseDiverse participation in watershed planning and governance: Building social-ecological resilience in Kentucky WatershedsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $13,790
Tony Arnoldwater policy, water management, water institutions, stakeholders
2014KYAnnual BaseEffects of atrazine and metolachlor on willow in riparian zones along the Kentucky RiverFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,008
Kristine Hopfensperger, David Thompsonherbicide, plant growth, water quality
2014KYAnnual BaseReal-time monitoring of phtocatalytic degradation processesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Matthew Neewastewater management, drinking water remediation, Raman spectroscopy
2014KYAnnual BaseInvestigating the influence of Asian carp on primary productivity of Kentucky LakeFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,938
Michael Flinnreservoir productivity, zooplankton shifts, invasive species
2014KYAnnual BaseDevelopment of passive sampling techniques for the characterization of subsurface contaminationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Kelly Pennellvapor intrusion, sorbent samplers, hazardous waste
2014KYAnnual BaseDoes logging and surface mining increase the vulnerability of stream-associated salamanders to chytrid fungus infection?Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,163
John Coxaquatic, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, Chytridiomycosis
2014KYAnnual BaseStreambank stability and riparian habitat relationships and mapping in the Triplett Creek watershedFederal: $4,807
Non-Federal: $9,772
April Haighterosion, flooding, GIS
2014KYAnnual BasePhosphorus leaching from compost bedded pack dairy barn wasteFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Mark Coyne, Joseph Tarabasoil tests, nutrient management, conservation
2014KYAnnual BaseKentucky information transfer projectFederal: $44,128
Non-Federal: $88,245
Lindell Ormsbeesymposium, internet, www. newsletter
2014KYAnnual BaseUse of time-lapse electrical resistivity to image solute transport in a karst conduitFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,053
Audrey Sawyercontaminant transport, geophysics,
2014LAAnnual BaseGroundwater Recharge Estimation under Climate Change Impact for the Southern Hills Aquifer System of Southeastern Louisiana and Southwestern MississippiFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,030
Frank TsaiHydrologic Modeling, Groundwater Recharge, Water Budget, Climate Change
2014LAAnnual BaseIdentification of Critical Nitrogen Source Areas in Lower Boeuf River WatershedFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $37,467
Zhi-Qiang DengNonpoint Source Pollution, Critical Source Area, Watershed
2014LAAnnual BaseEffect of Herbicide Atrazine on Phytoplankton, Water Quality, and Ecosystem Functions in Louisiana Coastal WetlandsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $36,431
Sibel Bargu, Ronald DeLauneHerbicides, Atrazine, phytoplankton, water quality, coastal wetlands
2014LAAnnual BaseAdaptive management of Catahoula Lake for Sediment Mobility and Control of Woody EncroachmentFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,668
Richard Keim, Brandon EdwardsCatahoula Lake, adaptive management, wetland management, lake hydrodynamics
2014MAAnnual BaseInvestigating effects of annual winter lake drawdowns on fish and macroinvertebrate assemblages and dietFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,304
Allison Roy, Stephen DeStefanowinter drawdown, littoral zone, trophic structure, fish
2014MAAnnual BaseFate, transport, and remediation of PFOS, PFOA, perchlorate, and 1,4-dioxane at the Eastham MA landfillFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Chad VecitisCNT, remediation, groundwater, landfill, PFOA, PFOS, perchlorate, 1,4-dioxane
2014MAAnnual BaseGoing With or Against the Flow: Choices for Flood Mitigation Response in MassachusettsFederal: $23,677
Non-Federal: $50,113
Anita MilmanFlood response, structural and nonstructural, decision-criteria, situational factors, Massachusetts, rivers
2014MAAnnual BaseAssessing the effectiveness of a biofiltration facility and associated groundwater flow in protecting water quality of a water supply reservoirFederal: $24,873
Non-Federal: $57,383
Paul Mathisenstormwater; groundwater; water quality; Best Management Practices
2014MAAnnual BaseWater Resources Workshops and SymposiaFederal: $16,947
Non-Federal: $31,226
Paula ReesOutreach, Monitoring, Conferences
2014MDAnnual BaseTracing the rates of road salt runoff movement from impervious surface to stream and the effects on soil and aquifer geochemistryFederal: $12,516
Non-Federal: $25,032
Joel Moore, Joel Mooreroad salt, stream salinization, ionic fluxes, groundwater geochemistry, surface water geochemistry, stormwater ponds
2014MDAnnual BaseWetland restoration: Experimental effects of soil carbon:nitrogen ratio on growth of invasive and native Phragmites australis (common reed)Federal: $33,227
Non-Federal: $67,927
Andrew Baldwin, Stephanie Yarwoodnative Phragmites, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, biogeochemisty, carbon-nitrogen ratio, ecosystem restoration, invasive species management, wetlands
2014MDAnnual BaseValidation of non-lethal laparoscopic technique for detection of intersex in regional black bass populationsFederal: $10,027
Non-Federal: $35,457
Lance YonkosEndocrine disruption, Non-lethal sampling, Keystone species
2014MDAnnual BaseSteel Slag-Induced Surface Water and Groundwater Contamination (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $14,561
Kaye BrubakerSteel slag, leaching, heavy metals, contaminant transport modeling, groundwater, surface water
2014MDAnnual BaseImpacts of Stormwater Management on Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Urban Streams (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Kaye BrubakerStormwater management, urban watersheds, greenhouse gases
2014MDAnnual BaseKinetics of the Iodination of Natural Organic Matter and Iodinated Disinfection Byproduct Formation in Drinking Water Treatment (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Kaye BrubakerIodination, disinfection byproducts, drinking water treatment
2014MDAnnual BaseMaryland Water 2014 - SymposiumFederal: $3,651
Non-Federal: $1,899
Kaye BrubakerMaryland, Water Resources, Water Issues
2014MDAnnual BaseMaryland Water Issues - Educational EventFederal: $1,900
Non-Federal: $988
Kaye BrubakerMaryland, Water Resources, Education
2014MEAnnual BaseControls of phosphorus cycling in Lake Auburn, Maine, USA: Spatial and temporal interactions among sediment, water column, and climate changeFederal: $27,027
Non-Federal: $56,550
Aria Amirbahman, Linda Bacon, Stephen NortonPhosphorus, Eutrophication, Geochemistry, Lakes, Water Quality
2014MEAnnual BaseMaine Information TransferFederal: $22,134
Non-Federal: $30,849
John PeckenhamWater Conference, Outreach
2014MEAnnual BaseConnecting climate and land use to Sebago Lake drainage network processesFederal: $31,134
Non-Federal: $62,406
Sean SmithHydrology, Runoff, Sediment, Climate, Land Cover
2014MIAnnual BaseNatural Resources Integrated Information SystemFederal: $32,335
Non-Federal: $63,909
Jon BartholicWatershed Planning and Management; Water Quality; Water Use; DSS
2014MIAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and Technology Transfer Training ProgramsFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $53,336
Lois WolfsonWater Quality; Natural Shorelines, Great Lakes, Watershed Management; Invasive Species; Inland Lakes; Lake and Stream Leadership; Interactive Web-based Systems
2014MIAnnual BaseCitizen Monitoring of Chlorides in Drinking Water Using Newly Developed Apps and Online Mapping ProgramFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $36,050
Jon Bartholic, Yi ShiChlorides, Drinking Water, Apps, Database
2014MIAnnual BaseAssessing Co-Creation of Knowledge Generation and Diffusion ApproachesFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $26,025
Stephen GasteyerNRWG, WWG, Mapping, interview tool, key indicators
2014MIAnnual BaseImproving Capacity to Collect Crowdsourced Hydrologic Data through Focused Engagement and Enhanced CrowdHydrology SoftwareFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $5,350
Jeremiah Ashercrowdsourcing, citizen water science, stream stage monitoring
2014MOAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $42,352
Non-Federal: $81,914
Baolin Deng
2014MOAnnual BaseRemoval of NOMs by Advanced Thin Film Composite Membranes for the Control of Disinfection ByproductsFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $46,499
Zhiqiang Humixed matrix nano composite membranes, NOMs, source water, polyamide, polysulfone, nanoparticles, water permeability, BPs, THMs, HAAs, MMM, NDMA, membrane-based naofiltration, reverse osmosis, hyrophilicity, silica nanoparticles, membrane performance,
2014MSAnnual BaseResponses of water quality and wetland plant communities to multi-scale watershed attributes in the Mississippi DeltaFederal: $23,834
Non-Federal: $49,529
Gary Ervin, Robert KrogerWetlands, Water Quality, Watershed Management
2014MSAnnual BaseWater Quality in Bangs Lake: effects of recurrent phosphate spills to a coastal estuaryFederal: $24,963
Non-Federal: $52,998
Kevin DillonWater quality, contaminant transport mechanisms, sedimentation, water quality management
2014MTAnnual BaseImproving accessibility to satellite soil moisture measurrements: Linking SMOS data retrievals to ground measurements in MontanaFederal: $4,080
Non-Federal: $8,184
Paul Stoyevapotranspiration, remote sensing, soil moisture, web interface
2014MTAnnual BaseContaminants monitoring and natal dispersal of ospreys along the Yellowstone RiverFederal: $11,475
Non-Federal: $22,950
Kayhan Ostovarenvironmental contaminants, heavy metals, mercury, non point pollution, osprey, Yellowstone River
2014MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: The Impact of Irrigation on the Hydrologic Cycle under Low Water AvailabilityFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Douglas Bruggerevapotranspiration, modeling, hydrologic cycle, climate change
2014MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Thresholds of Hydrologic Connectivity: Shallow Water Table Development at the Hillslope ScaleFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Emily Clarkhydrologic connectivity, hillslope, riparian
2014MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Seasonal Timing of Evapotranspiration and the Effect on Soil Moisture and Water Availability for Groundwater Recharge with Different Crop Rotation PracticesFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Elizabeth Harrisevapotranspiration, agriculture, hydrologic cycle
2014MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Estimating Evapotranspiration at the Regional Scale: An Energy Balance ApproachFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Aiden Johnson, Aiden Johnsonevapotranspiration, hyrology, remote sensing
2014MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Precipitation and topographic controls over montane forest transpirationFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Justin Martinevapotranspiration, climate change, transpiration, remote sensing
2014MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Conditions necessary to maintain chute-cutoff morphology in meandering gravel-bed riversFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
April Sawyerchannel morphology, erosion, chute-cutoff
2014MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Enhancing Tribal Environmental Health Literacy: Developing a toolkit to improve community understanding of rights and responsibilities regarding water quality.Federal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $880
Miranda Margetts, Miranda Margettsenvironmental literacy, health literacy, law, policy
2014NCAnnual BaseIntegrated Drought Management and Assessment Portal for the State of North CarolinaFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $40,450
Sankarasubramanian Arumugam, Ryan Boyles, Tushar SinhaDrought Management, Forecasts, Streamflow, Soil Moisture
2014NCAnnual BaseQuantification of Fecal Bacteria Removal by Micro-zooplankton Grazing in Stormwater BMPsFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $77,868
Michael Mallin, Lawrence CahoonFecal bacteria, grazing, BMP, stormwater runoff, constructed wetland
2014NCAnnual BaseMicrobial Quality and Risk Assessment of Type 2 NC Reclaimed Water for Non-potable and Potable ReuseFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $22,500
Mark SobseyWater quality, reclaimed water, reuse, pathogens, indicators, risk assessment
2014NCAnnual BaseLinkages of Mercury and Methane Cycles in Piedmont Streams and Rivers in North Carolina, and Implications for Mercury Bioaccumulation in Food WebsFederal: $15,525
Non-Federal: $44,475
Martin Tsz-Ki Tsui, Craig Allan, Anne Hershey, Stephen WhalenMethane, Mercury, Bioaccumulation, Wetland, Streams and rivers
2014NCAnnual BaseWRRI Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $7,015
Non-Federal: $0
Nicole Wilkinson
2014NCAnnual BaseLand Application of Aquaculture Effluents to Prevent Surface Water Eutrophication and Promote Groundwater Re-Infiltration in Coastal North CarolinaFederal: $13,500
Non-Federal: $0
Harry Daniels, Dennis Hazelwater quality, finfish aquaculture effluent, groundwater, nutrients, total suspended sediments
2014NDAnnual BaseNutrient Loading Reduction and Water Quality of Best Management Practices in Grand Forks, North DakotaFederal: $7,300
Non-Federal: $14,600
Yeo LimNutrient loading criteria, Best Management Practices, Urban storm runoff quality, Water quality sampling plan
2014NDAnnual BaseThree Dimensional Analyses of Flow Dynamics & Chlorination of Ground Water Supply Reservoir in a Cold RegionFederal: $4,100
Non-Federal: $8,201
Yeo Lim3D flow analysis, Computationl Fluid Dynamics model, Water Storage Tanks, tratification, Chlorination.
2014NDAnnual BaseWhere is fertilizer nitrogen going, up in smoke or down the pipe? An assessment of nitrogen transformations and water quality impacts on a tile drained sodic soilFederal: $5,350
Non-Federal: $10,699
AnnMarie FortunaTile Drainage, Sodic Soil, Fertilizer Nitrogen, Nitrogen transformation
2014NDAnnual BaseQuantification of Spatio-temporal Distribution of Surface Ponding and Related Dynamic ProcessesFederal: $4,100
Non-Federal: $8,200
Xuefeng ChuMicrotopography, Surface ponding, Puddle to Puddle modeling of flooding, prairie potholes
2014NDAnnual BaseSodic soil characterization and management on subsurface drainageFederal: $7,100
Non-Federal: $14,200
Tom DeSutterSodic Soil, Subsurface drainage, Soil characerization, Tile drainage
2014NDAnnual BaseBiopolymers for Phosphate Removal from Eutrophic LakesFederal: $9,149
Non-Federal: $18,300
Achintya BezbaruahPhosphate removal, Biopolymers, Eutrophication, Desorption, Bioavailability
2014NDAnnual BaseA Study of the Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of Drought and its Impact in North DakotaFederal: $9,151
Non-Federal: $18,301
G. PadmanabhanDrought characterization, Drought Indices, Drought Impact, spatio-temporal modeling
2014NDAnnual BaseSnowmelt water infiltration into frozen soil in Red River of the North BasinFederal: $9,150
Non-Federal: $18,300
Xinhua JiaSnowmelt, Infiltration modeling, Frozen soil
2014NDAnnual BaseEvaluation of Bioavailable Dissolved Organic Nitrogen Using Various Algal SpeciesFederal: $7,300
Non-Federal: $14,601
Halis SimsekBioavailable Dissolved Organic Nitrogen, Algal Species
2014NDAnnual BaseThe Role of Algal Species on Phosphorus BioavailabilityFederal: $7,300
Non-Federal: $14,601
Khan EakalakPhosphorus bioavailability, Algal species,
2014NDAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and CommunicationFederal: $10,875
Non-Federal: $21,327
G. Padmanabhan
2014NEAnnual BaseFate of steroid hormone conjugates and E. coli from manure in soil: Potential sources of free hormones and pathogens in forages and the environment?Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,211
Amy Schmidt, Shannon Bartelt-Hunt, Xu Li, Daniel Snowsteroid, hormones, manure, pathogens, soil
2014NEAnnual BaseDocumenting Stream/Groundwater Interaction in the South Platte RiverFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $51,493
Douglas Hallum, Les Howard, Steve Sibraystream flow, groundwater, gaining stream, losing stream, conceptual model, water budget, conjunctive management
2014NEAnnual BaseHydroclimatic controls on the conjunctive use of surface and ground water in the Platte River BasinFederal: $14,997
Non-Federal: $30,493
Francisco MunozArriolaConjunctive use, hydroclimatology, integrated hydrology
2014NHAnnual BaseNatural dams and biogeochemistry at the river network scale: implications for water qualityFederal: $45,192
Non-Federal: $111,884
Denise Burchsted, Mark Green, Jennifer Jacobs, Wil Wollheimdams, transient storage, nitrogen removal, biogeochemical processing, landscape scale
2014NHAnnual BaseContribution of fluvial wetlands to nitrogen retention in urbanizing coastal watersheds in New England across multiple scalesFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $51,091
Anne Lightbody, Linda Kalnejais, Wil Wollheim
2014NJAnnual BaseModeling hydrologic and stream temperature response to land-use and climate change in developed and developing watersheds: a comprehensive analysisFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,001
Joseph Daraio
2014NJAnnual BaseAssessing Impervious Cover for Application of Green Infrastructure Practices "Undergraduate Student Research Initiative"Federal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $33,000
Christopher Obropta
2014NJAnnual BaseDeveloping nano-activated carbon based technology for groundwater remediationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Chengyu Chen, Weilin Huang
2014NJAnnual BaseMicrobially mediated dehalogenation of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDDs) in New Jersey river sedimentsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Hang Dam, Max Haggblom
2014NJAnnual BaseDetermining the influence of Mn(II)-birnessite interactions on the retention of Zn(II) and implications for other important trace metals in New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Joshua Lefkowitz, Evert Elzinga
2014NJAnnual BaseParasite biomass and nutrient stoichiometry in a stream ecosystemFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Rachel Paseka, Michael Sukdeo
2014NJAnnual BaseNovel approach to sea and brackish water desalination via membrane distallationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Smruti Ragunath, Somenath Mitra
2014NJAnnual BaseDevelopment of a new, effective and low-cost adsorption material to enhance Low Impact Development (LID) techniques for prevention of urban stormwater pollution in New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Hanieh Soleimanifar, Yang Deng
2014NJAnnual BaseDevelopment of zirconium oxide biocomposite for drinking water defluoridationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Megha Thakkar, Somenath Mitra
2014NMAnnual BaseSelf-Sustaining Produced Water Treatment for Concurrent Renewable Energy Production, Desalination and Organic RemovalFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
Pei Xuproduced water, desalination, microbial desalination cell, capacitive deionization, beneficial reuse
2014NVAnnual BaseWater Demand and Conservation Modeling with sub-Parcel Level Landscape CharacteristicsFederal: $498,490
Non-Federal: $498,490
Kimberly Rollins, Shawn Stoddard, Michael Taylorwater demand, conservation, economics, supply management
2014NYAnnual BasePairing LIDAR, terrestrial laser scanning, and aerial photographs to make estimates of channel erosion due to large storm eventsFederal: $17,523
Non-Federal: $35,549
Stephen Shaw, Lindi Quackenbush
2014NYAnnual BaseThe Effect of Climate Change on the Unconfined Aquifers of Long Island, New YorkFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Yuri Gorokhovich
2014NYAnnual BaseWater Quality Assessment using Advanced Technology to Improve Adaptive Management of the St. Lawrence RiverFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,050
Michael Twiss, Joseph Skufca
2014NYAnnual BaseIntegrating Green Infrastructure into the Land Use Regulatory Process through the City of Newburgh Conservation Advisory CouncilFederal: $12,522
Non-Federal: $25,049
Jeffrey LeJava
2014NYAnnual BaseDevelopment of Regional Unit Hydrograph Parameters for Application to Ungaged NYS WatershedsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $14,216
James Kilduff
2014NYAnnual BaseEvaluating Hydrological Connectivity of Septic Fields in WatershedsFederal: $52,324
Non-Federal: $26,196
Paul Richards, Todd WalterSeptic systems, remote sensing, groundwater tracers
2014OHAnnual BaseScenario Analysis for the Impact of Hydraulic Fracturing on Stream Low Flows and Water Supplies: A Case Study of Muskingum Watershed in Eastern OhioFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,560
Suresh Sharma, Suresh SharmaHydrologic Process, Fracking, climate, low flows, water resources
2014OHAnnual BaseSurface water quality and ecosystem health with shale energy developmentFederal: $29,967
Non-Federal: $79,654
Elizabeth Toman, Jiyoung Leeshale development, oil and gas exploration, surface water, water quality, energy and environment, hydraulic fracturing, natural resource recovery, water resources, sedimentation, Total Suspended Solids, ecosystem health, microbial communities, cyanobacteria, public health
2014OHAnnual BaseCharacterizing stream restoration’s water quality improvement potential through hyporheic exchange enhancementFederal: $18,878
Non-Federal: $37,756
Anne Jeffersonstream restoration, hyporheic exchange, water quality, biogeochemistry
2014OHAnnual BaseLinked geomorphic and ecological responses to river restoration: Influence of dam removal on river channel structure and fish assemblagesFederal: $24,871
Non-Federal: $51,268
Kristin Jaeger, Mazeika Sullivandam removal, river restoration, ecological response to dams, hydrogeomorphology
2014OKAnnual BaseEstimating Groundwater Recharge Using the Oklahoma MesonetFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Tyson Ochsner, Chris Fiebrich, Chris NeelGroundwater, recharge, soil moisture
2014OKAnnual BaseComparison of Grain Sorghum and Corn Productivity under Limited Irrigation with Subsurface DripFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Jason Warren, Jody Campiche, Rodney Jones, Rick Kochenower, Arthur StoeckerIrrigation, Economics, Corn, Sorghum, Groundwater
2014OKAnnual BaseIncreasing water yield and quality through redcedar removal and establishment of herbaceous biofuel feedstock production systems: Effect of vegetation on groundwater recharge in upland ecosystemsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,282
Chris Zou, Garey Fox, Rodney WillGroundwater, redcedar, biofuel
2014OKAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProjectFederal: $10,128
Non-Federal: $17,935
Dave Engle, Leslie Elmore
2014ORAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $59,254
Non-Federal: $135,415
Todd JarvisOutreach, Education, Information Transfer
2014PAAnnual BaseDrinking Water Testing and Education for Roadside Springs in PennsylvaniaFederal: $17,386
Non-Federal: $8,606
Bryan SwistockWater, Extension, Education, Drinking Water, Springs
2014PAAnnual BasePennsylvania Water Resources Research Center Outreach ProgramFederal: $24,573
Non-Federal: $29,429
Elizabeth BoyerWater, Education, Outreach, STEM, Conservation
2014PAAnnual BaseEmerging Contaminants in Vernal Ponds Across a Human Impact GradientFederal: $1
Non-Federal: $37,075
Heather Gallemerging contaminants, vernal ponds, land use, amphibians
2014PRAnnual BaseAN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR THE DETECTION OF ESTROGENIC ACTIVITY IN A TROPICAL URBAN WATERSHED: PHASE IIIFederal: $16,600
Non-Federal: $34,762
Jorge Ortiz-Zayasbiomonitoring, health effects, pollutants, public health, rivers, runoff, trace organics, toxic substances, trace organics, water chemistry, water quality monitoring, water quality
2014PRAnnual BaseInactivation of Bacillus subtilis with a Modified Solar-Powered Engineered Experimental Drum Filtration and Disinfection (SEED) UnitFederal: $16,603
Non-Federal: $4,167
Sangchul HwangFilteration, Disinfection, Bacillus subtilis, field demonstration
2014PRAnnual BaseFeasibility of sintered recycled glass functionalized with micro- and nanosized TiO2 particles for the degradation of trihalomethane precursors from surface watersFederal: $17,304
Non-Federal: $34,069
Pedro Tarafa, OMarcelo SuarezTrihalomethanes, photocatalytic degradation, titanium dioxide, recycled glass
2014RIAnnual BaseCarbon-Based Renewable Hydrogel Nanocomposites for Water PurificationFederal: $18,737
Non-Federal: $37,999
Samantha Meenachhydrogel, carbon nanotubes, graphene oxide, wastewater treatment, nanocomposite
2014RIAnnual BaseOutreach for the Promotion of Clean Drinking Water in Rhode IslandFederal: $10,420
Non-Federal: $18,319
Harold Knickle, Geoffrey Bothunoutreach, academy, conference
2014RIAnnual BaseWater Security, Sustainability, and Climate Impacts in Urban RegionsFederal: $18,737
Non-Federal: $37,833
Ali AkandaUrban Hydrology, Water Quality, Water Quantity, Climate
2014SCAnnual BaseMonitoring of Organic Pollutants in the Savannah River, using a Buoy-Deployed Data Collection NetworkFederal: $29,943
Non-Federal: $68,607
Peter Van Den Hurk, Cindy LeeWater Quality, Environmental Toxicants, Passive Samplers, Toxicity Testing, Management Tools
2014SCAnnual BaseLow Impact Development (LID) Strormwater Management Techniques as a Tool for Mitigating Climate Change Induced Increases in Rainfall Intensity and FrequencyFederal: $23,254
Non-Federal: $46,508
Nigel Kaye, William MartinIIIHydrology, Water Quantity, Climate Change , Floods
2014SDAnnual BaseNutrient Removal from Agricultural Subsurface Drainage Using Denitrification Bioreactors and Phosphate AdsorbentsFederal: $23,353
Non-Federal: $48,489
Guanghui Hua, Christopher Hay, Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Christopher SchmitSubsurface Drainage, Nitrate, Phosphate, Denitrification, Adsorption
2014SDAnnual BaseEvaluating Nutrient Best Management Practices to Conserve Water QualityFederal: $22,305
Non-Federal: $35,840
Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Sandeep KumarAgriculture, Conservation, Nitrate, Phosphorus, Water Quality
2014SDAnnual BaseSource water implications associated with the current Black Hills mountain pine-beetle infestationFederal: $19,330
Non-Federal: $38,660
James Stone, John StammMountain pine beetle; drinking water quality; disinfection by-product
2014SDAnnual BaseSouth Dakota Water Resources Institute FY2014 Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $16,950
Non-Federal: $32,146
Van Kelley, Kevin Dalsted, Jeppe KjaersgaardOutreach, Service Communication, Interaction, Information
2014TNAnnual BaseAssessment of Watershed Land Use Stressors on the Biological Integrity of the Nolichucky River in TennesseeFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $24,000
J Alfordland use, nonpoint source pollution, bioindicator, benthic, fish
2014TNAnnual BaseHigh Resolution Monitoring of Urban Stormwater QualityFederal: $45,096
Non-Federal: $91,213
Jon Hathaway, Kimberly Carterstormwater, pollutants, field monitoring, emerging contaminants, urbanization
2014TNAnnual BaseUnderground Reactive Barrier to Attenuate Contaminants from Agricultural DrainageFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Jaehoon Lee, John Buchanan, Jennifer DeBruyn, Shawn Hawkins, Andrea Ludwig, Forbes Walkerunderground reactive barrier, agricultural chemiclas, soil water remediation, charcoal remediation, veterinary antibiotics and pathogens.
2014TNAnnual BaseRecalibrating the SAGT SPARROW to Accommodate Changes in Agricultural InputsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,009
Dayton Lambert, Christopher Boyer, Christopher Clark, John SchwartzWatershed, Southeast, Modeling, SPARROW, Calibration
2014TXAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $82,966
Non-Federal: $116,604
Roel Lopez, Danielle Kalisek, Leslie Lee, Kevin Wagner, Kathy Wythe
2014TXAnnual BaseIncreasing Water Security through Horizontal WellsFederal: $9,369
Non-Federal: $54,643
Hongbin Zhan, Ben BlumenthalGroundwater, Horizontal Drilling, Aquifer Storage and Recovery
2014UTAnnual BaseInfluence of Groundwater/Surface Water Interactions in High Gradient Mountain StreamsFederal: $30,611
Non-Federal: $65,247
Bethany Neilsongroundwater/surface water interactions, differential gaging, seepage studies, dilution gaging
2014UTAnnual BaseInformation Transfer in Support of the Utah Center for Water Resources Research (UCWRR)Federal: $5,678
Non-Federal: $18,648
R. Ivonne Harris, Carri RichardsOutreach, Publications, Web Page Development, Data Base
2014UTAnnual BaseManaging Western Irrigation Systems in the Face of UrbanizationFederal: $29,989
Non-Federal: $63,731
Douglas Jackson-SmithIrrigation companies, canal companies, urbanization, land use change, secondary irrigation, Intermountain West
2014VAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $68,545
Non-Federal: $105,952
Stephen H. Schoenholtz
2014VIAnnual BaseEngineered Pervious Layer for Rooftop Rain Harvesting and Solar/Dark Inactivation of E. coliFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $0
Sangchul Hwang, Henry SmithE. coli, nanomaterials, pervious layer, rain harvesting
2014VIAnnual BaseMonitoring Precipitation Patterns and Erosion Indicators Across the St Thomas MicroclimatesFederal: $19,865
Non-Federal: $0
David Morris, Donald Drost, Michael Larson, Avram Primack, Raymond Torresrainfall, erosion, microclimate, montoring
2014VIAnnual BaseActive and Passive Irrigation as Means to Establish Trees on Arid and Semi-Arid Sites.Federal: $16,300
Non-Federal: $0
Michael Morgan, Thomas ZimmermanTropical Dry Forest, Deep Pipe Irrigation, Rainwater Harvesting
2014VIAnnual BaseQuantification and Molecular Typing of Escherichia coli from watersheds above Brewers Bay and UVI, St. ThomasFederal: $15,692
Non-Federal: $0
Jennilee Robinson, Jennilee RobinsonEscherichia coli, Quantitative PCR, Genotyping, Antibiotic Resistance, Virulence Factors
2014VTAnnual BaseOrganic phosphorus forms and transformations in Lake Champlain stream corridor soilsFederal: $80,315
Non-Federal: $161,983
Donald Ross, Beverley Wemplesoil phosphorus, organic phosphorus, bioavailable phosphorus, phosphorus release, streambank erosion
2014VTAnnual BaseAn acoustic telemetry array for Lake Champlain: investigating effects of aquatic habitat fragmentation on lake whitefishFederal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $91,423
J Marsden, Jason Stockwellaquatic habitat fragmentation, migration
2014WAAnnual BaseInteractive effects of nutrients and grazing on the control of cyanobacteria blooms: a comparison across a eutrophication gradient in freshwater systems in Washington stateFederal: $27,478
Non-Federal: $55,096
Gretchen Rollwagen-Bollens, Stephen Bollenscyanobacteria blooms, eutrophication, zooplankton grazing
2014WAAnnual BaseThe effects of river restoration on nutrient retention and transport for aquatic food websFederal: $27,471
Non-Federal: $40,934
Alexander Fremier, Cailin Orrstream flow, nutrient transport, river restoration
2014WAAnnual BaseNew Generation of Iron-Enhanced Compost for Stormwater TreatmentFederal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $55,000
Zhenqing Shi, Markus Flury, James HarshIron-enhanced compost, stormwater treatment, lead, phosphorus, kinetics model
2014WAAnnual BaseSWWRC Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $4,613
Non-Federal: $16,438
Jonathan Yoder, Jennifer AdamOutreach, Information Transfer, Management and Planning
2014WIAnnual BaseRecent Advances in Monitoring and Analysis of Trace Metals: A Workshop to Address Applications in the Upper Great LakesFederal: $12,512
Non-Federal: $5,421
Stephen J. Venturatrace metals, workshop, analysis
2014WVAnnual BaseUse of Chemical Signatures as Diagnostic Tools to Identify Bromide Contamination SourcesFederal: $30,599
Non-Federal: $61,198
Yongtian He, Joseph Donovanchemical signatures, total dissolved solids, water contamination, geochemical modeling, bromide, chloride, TDS, hydraulic fracturing, flowback
2014WVAnnual Base2014 Mid-Atlantic Regional Water ConferenceFederal: $20,511
Non-Federal: $41,021
Tamara Vandivort, glenn waldronwater infrastructure, water supply, technology, funding, policy, research, management, planning
2014WVAnnual BaseWRI-159: Implementation of a Drinking Water Well Sampling ProtocolFederal: $24,547
Non-Federal: $49,094
Jennifer Hause, Melissa O'Neal, Tamara Vandivort, Paul Ziemkiewiczhorizontal drilling, gas wells, Marcellus Shale, sampling, hydraulic fracturing, flowback water, produced water, drilling muds, water quality, environmental impact, West Virginia, Monongahela River Basin
2013AKAnnual BaseCharacterization of sediment grain-size distributions from several Alaskan riversFederal: $2,500
Non-Federal: $1,238
Horacio TonioloSuspended sediment, grain-size distributions, river discharg
2013AKAnnual BaseCreating long-term records of changes in past precipitation in northern Alaska using stable isotopes from willow wood.Federal: $13,058
Non-Federal: $6,464
Matthew WoollerClimate Change, Paleoclimate Record, Wood Isotopes, Tree-Rings, Arctic, Thermokarst.
2013AKAnnual BaseSimulating the effect of wave action on fate of crude oil spilled at Alaskan shoresFederal: $16,317
Non-Federal: $3,943
Silke Schiewerbioremediation, contaminated soil, crude oil, contaminants in cold regions, contaminant transport
2013AKAnnual BaseToxicity of Sulfolane Breakdown Products in Contaminated GroundwaterFederal: $10,204
Non-Federal: $27,519
Mary Leigh, David Barnessulfolane, toxicity, groundwater, drinking water, biodegradation, North Pole, Alaska.
2013AKAnnual BaseSurface water and sub-permafrost groundwater exchange effects on Alaska thermokarst-lake methane cyclingFederal: $13,446
Non-Federal: $6,656
Katey WalterAnthony, Katey WalterAnthonyThermokarst lakes, permafrost hydrology, methane
2013ALAnnual BaseDEVELOPING AND CONTRASTING NUTRIENT CRITERIA THRESHOLDS FOR FOUR ALABAMA RESERVOIRSFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $36,631
Alan WilsonNutrient Criteria
2013ALAnnual BaseASSESSMENT OF STORMWATER QUALITY THROUGH POROUS PAVEMENT SYSTEMFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $33,823
Clifford Lange, Michael HeinStorm Water Management, Surface Drainage, Water Quality Control, Nonpoint
2013ALAnnual BaseGUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR MORE COST-EFFECTIVE SAMPLING OF BIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO NUTRIENT LOADS IN STREAMS AND RIVERSFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,473
Amelia WardBiomonitorig (30), Nutrients (158), Statistics (233), Stochastic
2013ARAnnual BaseAWRC Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $980
Non-Federal: $1,131
Brian HaggardConference, Newsletters, Web Interface, Citizen Science
2013ARAnnual BaseAssessing Sources of Nitrosamine Precursors in Drinking Water Treatment PlantsFederal: $17,502
Non-Federal: $35,003
Wen Zhang, Julian Faireynitrosamines, disinfection byproduct, drinking water treatment
2013ARAnnual BaseImproving Surface Water Quality by Reducing SOD and NutrientsFederal: $7,197
Non-Federal: $14,416
Gregory OsbornSOD algae nutrients TOC
2013ARAnnual BaseFecal Source Characterization in Select 303(d) listed Streams in the Illinois River Watershed with Elevated Levels of Escherichia coliFederal: $9,593
Non-Federal: $21,056
Kristen Gibsoncoliphage, fecal source tracking, recreational use, bacterial indicators
2013ARAnnual BaseThe Effect of Global Climate Change on Algal Biomass and Total Organic Carbon Concentrations in Beaver LakeFederal: $9,117
Non-Federal: $18,882
Byron Winston, Jefferson Scottclimate change, TOC, algal biomass
2013ARAnnual BaseEconomics of On-Farm Reservoirs across the Arkansas Delta Region: A conjunctive management approach to preserving groundwater and water qualityFederal: $9,300
Non-Federal: $18,724
Kent Kovacs, Kristofor Brye, Jennie Popp, Eric WailesGroundwater, Reservoirs, Farms
2013AZAnnual BaseDo Simple Carbon Additions Reduce Resistance to Antibiotics in Environmental Bacteria?Federal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Jean McLain, Channah Rockrecycled water, biosolids, antibiotic resistance
2013AZAnnual BaseDiscrimination-Inference to Reduce Expected Cost Technique (DIRECT): A new framework for water management and stakeholder negotiationFederal: $9,024
Non-Federal: $18,067
Paul FerreWater availability, prediction uncertainty, monitoring networks, economic valuation, stakeholder negotiation
2013AZAnnual BaseSequential advanced oxidation and soil-aquifer treatment for management of trace organics in treated wastewaterFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $19,995
Eduardo Saez, David Quanrudemerging contaminants, soil aquifer treatment, advanced oxidation process
2013AZAnnual BaseExtraction Methods for Engineered Nanoparticles From Aqueous Environmental SamplesFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Paul Westerhoff, Yu YangCloud point extraction, Ionic liquid extraction, solid phase extraction, nanoparticles, rapid analysis
2013AZAnnual BaseWRRC Information TransferFederal: $12,276
Non-Federal: $6,322
Sharon Megdal, Susanna Eden
2013CAAnnual BaseEnhancing Groundwater Recharge through Distributed Stormwater CaptureFederal: $10,469
Non-Federal: $4,370
Andrew FisherGroundwater, Recharge, Stormwater, aquifers
2013CAAnnual BaseOnline Irrigation and Nitrogen Management Tool for VegetablesFederal: $10,351
Non-Federal: $2,432
Michael CahnIrrigation, Nitrogen, Vegetables
2013CAAnnual BaseEvaluation of Surface Water Quality on Soil Leaching Fraction and Alfalfa Yield in the DeltaFederal: $7,800
Non-Federal: $1,833
Michelle LeinfelderMilesSurface Water, Water Quality, Alfalfa, Delta
2013CAAnnual BaseAssessing Water Quality & Conservation Attitudes in a Low-Income Multi-Ethnic, Urban California CommunityFederal: $10,400
Non-Federal: $2,444
Leigh JohnsonWater Quality, Conservation, Multi-Ethnic, Community
2013CAAnnual BaseCA-CIWR Information TransferFederal: $6,650
Non-Federal: $1,645
Doug Parker
2013COAnnual BaseSocial Network Anlysis Technique for Water Resources Management WorkshopFederal: $4,500
Non-Federal: $2,183
John LabadieSocial Network Analysis, Socio-Ecological Systems, Adaptive Co-management
2013COAnnual BaseAssessing the agronomic feasibility of partial and full season hay fallowing as part of a Western Slope Water BankFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $9,700
Joe BrummerIrrigation, Fallowing, Water Bank
2013COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $21,025
Non-Federal: $94,318
Reagan WaskomTechnology Transfer, Information Dissemination
2013CTAnnual BaseCTIWR Technology TransferFederal: $2,500
Non-Federal: $1,425
Glenn Warner, James Hurd
2013DCAnnual BaseMonitoring Groundwater for Developing Alternative Source of Water Supply for Homeland Security in the District of ColumbiaFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $103,400
Kobina Atobrah, Tolessa DeksissaGroundwater, Water Supply, Homeland Security
2013DCAnnual BaseStormwater Quality Management with Green Infrastructure: Nannie Helen Burroughs AvenueFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $146,780
Charles GlassStormwater, Quality, Low Impact Development, Monitoring, Green Infrastructure
2013DCAnnual BaseBayesian Parameter Estimation of Activated Sludge Processes In Blue Plains Waste Water Treatment PlantFederal: $12,056
Non-Federal: $38,624
Arash MassoudiehWastewater, Activated Sludge Model, Inverse Modeling, Bayesian Modeling, Parameter Estimation, Markov Chain Monte Carlo
2013DCAnnual BaseContinuous Monitoring of Urea Concentrations and Harmful Algal Productivity and PhysiologyFederal: $13,466
Non-Federal: $32,846
Caroline Solomonharmful algal blooms, nitrogen, urea, monitoring
2013DEAnnual BaseUse of the White Rot Fungus as a Fungal Bioreactor to Remove E. coli from Aqueous Dairy Manure WastewaterFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Anastasia Chirnside, Anna BradyPathogens, manure effluent, human health
2013DEAnnual BaseA Biogeographic Investigation of Viral Diversity within the Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginicaFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Eric Wommack, Alessandra CerettoOysters, biofiltration, water quality
2013DEAnnual BaseExploring the Viability of Biochar to Treat StormwaterFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Paul Imhoff, Naomi ChangBiochar, stormwater filtration, nonpoint pollution
2013DEAnnual BaseThe Varying Impact of Stemflow and Soil Moisture on the Diversity of Soil Bacterial and Fungal Communities in Relation to Soil RespirationFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Delphis Levia, Katherine JunghennForests, canopy, stemflow, soil microbial diversity
2013DEAnnual BaseMethane and Carbon Dioxide Fluxes in a WatershedFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Rodrigo Vargas, Kelsey McWilliamsSoil moisture, greenhouse gases, climate change
2013DEAnnual BaseSustainable Management of Water and Ecosystem Services on a Residential Landscape in DelawareFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Joshua Duke, Megan MurrayUrban nonpoint pollution, residential landscapes, water quality
2013DEAnnual BaseAcid Neutralization of Stemflow in a Deciduous Forest: The Role of Edge EffectsFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Delphis Levia, Alexey ShiklomanovForests, stemflow, soil acidification, ecosystem services
2013DEAnnual BaseUD Watershed Team Ecological RestorationFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $17,160
James Sims, Gerald KauffmanStormwater, ecological treatment practices, management, policy
2013FLAnnual BaseDevelopment of Passive Sensor for Measuring Water and Contaminant Fluxes in the Hyporheic ZoneFederal: $46,736
Non-Federal: $93,475
Mark Newman, Kirk Hatfieldhyporheic, sediment, flux, contaminant, transport
2013FLAnnual BaseFlorida Water Resources Information TransferFederal: $16,909
Non-Federal: $10,967
Kirk Hatfield, Mark Newman
2013FLAnnual BaseDevelopment and Evaluation of Data Accuracy Assessment Algorithms for Identifying Anomalies in Hydro-meteorological Data (Phase I: Stage)Federal: $32,000
Non-Federal: $64,000
Ramesh TeegavarapuHydrometeorological Data, Stage, South Florida Water Management District, outliers, anomaly detection, statistical methods.
2013GAAnnual BaseTracking the impact of on-site wastewater treatment systems on stream water quality in the Metro-Atlanta areaFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Mussie Habteselassie, David RadcliffeOnsite wastewater treatment system, fecal indicator bacteria, isotopes, source tracking
2013GAAnnual BaseUnimpaired Flows for the ACF River Basin: Improvement and Uncertainty AssessmentFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Aris Georgakakos, Martin KistenmacherUnimpaired flow, water resources planning and management, uncertainty characterization, river basin modeling
2013GUAnnual BaseOne-Day Professional Educators Field Course, with Educational Webpage on the Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $12,665
Non-Federal: $0
John JensonGroundwater Education; Aquifer Models; Aquifer Field Trip
2013GUAnnual BaseHeavy Metal Status of Nearshore Fisheries Impacted by Old Military Dumpsites on the Eastern Side of Saipan, CNMIFederal: $39,669
Non-Federal: $0
Gary Dentonpollution impact, monitoring and assessment, land-based and submerged dumpsites, heavy metals, drainage pathways, fisheries resources, Saipan, Micronesia
2013GUAnnual BaseDevelopment of Optimum Water System Operation for Saipan Water Distribution SystemFederal: $15,428
Non-Federal: $0
Mariano Iglecias, Shahram KhosrowpanahDevelopment of Optimum Water System Operation for Saipan Water Distribution System
2013GUAnnual BaseLand Cover Change Detection in SaipanFederal: $16,033
Non-Federal: $0
Yuming Wen, Derek Chambers, Jose QuanLand cover change, GIS, remote sensing, Saipan
2013GUAnnual BaseImproving the Pohnpei Water Distribution System Using Hydraulic Modeling and Geographic Information SystemsFederal: $19,731
Non-Federal: $0
Leroy Heitz, Shahram KhosrowpanahWater Distribution Systems, Geographic Information Systems, Water System Modeling
2013GUAnnual BaseDevelopment of Environmentally Sustainable methods for Treatment of Domestic Wastewater and Handling of Sewage Sludge on Yap IslandFederal: $24,439
Non-Federal: $0
Joe RouseWastewater, septic, sludge, treatment, reuse, sustainability
2013GUAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $19,992
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram Khosrowpanah, Shahram KhosrowpanahInformation Transfer, Education, Water Resources
2013GUAnnual BaseWater Resources of Guam: An Online One-Stop Information Center for Public and Professional UsersFederal: $6,841
Non-Federal: $0
John Jenson, Gary Denton, Mark Lander, Joe RouseGroundwater, Water quality, Wastewater, Climate, Education
2013HIAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $5,202
Non-Federal: $14,416
Philip Moravcikinformation transfer
2013HIAnnual BaseEvaluation of the Impact of Drought Conditions Upon the Waiahole Ditch System Development Tunnels: Ground Water Sustainability Implications Under Adverse Climate Change ConditionsFederal: $6,494
Non-Federal: $24,294
Aly El-Kadiclimate change, drought, dike compartment, rainfall, monitor wells, tunnel discharge
2013HIAnnual BaseEvaluation of next-generation sequencing technologies for environmental monitoring: characterization of microbial communities from wastewater plants and selected beaches of Hawaii using a metagenomics approachFederal: $20,400
Non-Federal: $71,946
Marek Kirs, Veljo Kisandmicrobial biodiversity, environmental monitoring, metagenomics
2013HIAnnual BaseEngineering plant peroxidases for wastewater treatment and water pollution monitoringFederal: $9,600
Non-Federal: $40,145
Qing Li, Eunsung Kanwastewater, peroxidase, bioremediation, water treatment
2013HIAnnual BaseForecasting climate change impacts on watershed-based ecosystem services in Hawaii: A participatory modeling approachFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $126,874
Steven Gray, Ali Fares, Christopher Lepczykwatershed modeling, community modeling, climate change impacts
2013HIAnnual BaseQuantifying Toxoplasmosis gondii presence in wastewater and freshwater systemsFederal: $18,004
Non-Federal: $73,936
Christopher Lepczyktoxoplasmosis gondii, feral cats, parasite, disease, marine mammal, endangered species
2013HIAnnual BaseImpacts of Climate Change on Food Resources of Native Gobiid Fishes and Atyid Shrimp in Hawaiian StreamsFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $0
Rebecca Ostertag, Richard MacKenzieClimate Change, Food Web, Stream Flow, Stable Isotopes
2013IAAnnual BaseIowa Water Center Information Transfer ProjectFederal: $20,749
Non-Federal: $33,768
Richard Cruse, Melissa Miller
2013IDAnnual BaseThe Idaho Water Resources Outreach and Engagement ProjectFederal: $55,525
Non-Federal: $49,257
John Tracy, Julie Scanlin
2013ILAnnual BaseTransfering Water Resources Information to the People of IllinoisFederal: $26,351
Non-Federal: $6,693
Lisa Merrifieldinformation transfer, conferences, websites
2013ILAnnual BaseHydrologic Impacts of an Alternative Agricultural Land Use: A Woody Perennial PolycultureFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,288
Evan DeLucia, Kevin WolzLand use change, ecological restoration, climate change, water balance, woody perennial crops
2013ILAnnual BaseStatewide Surveillance of Emerging Flame Retardant Contamination in Illinois Waters via Fish MonitoringFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,641
Da Chenbrominated flame retardants, aquatic environment, fish, spatial distribution, temporal trends
2013ILAnnual BaseInfluence of Water Quality and Stormwater Management on the Ecology of Mosquito-Borne DiseaseFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,017
Brian Allan, Andrew MackayMosquitoes, stormwater retention, public health, aquatic ecology, urban ecosystems
2013ILAnnual BaseRestoration Trajectories and Restored Floodplain Wetlands and their Ecosystem ServicesFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $11,523
Angela Kentdenitrication, microbiology, wetland restoration, ecosystem services
2013INAnnual BaseAttached-Growth Lagoons for Wastewater Nitrification in Small CommunitiesFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $173,132
Ernest Blatchley, Ronald TurcoAmmonia, Attached-Growth, Lagoon, Nitrification, Treatment and Wastewater
2013INAnnual BaseMulti-Year Assessment of Water Use and Reuse in the Wabash River WatershedFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $21,791
Loring Nies, Chad JafvertIndrect Potable Water Reuse
2013INAnnual BaseThe Role of Silver Nano Particles on Microbial Activities in Natural Surface Water: Effects of Aqueous ChemistryFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $17,808
Dong ChenNano Particle, Silver, Microbiology, Natural Organic Matter
2013INAnnual BaseAbundance, Transport, and Retention of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in Central Indiana StreamsFederal: $15,424
Non-Federal: $32,178
Melody BernotContaminants, Nonpoint Pollution, Streams, Toxicology
2013INAnnual BaseEstimating Capture Probabilities of Common Stream Fish in the Eastern Corn Belt PlainFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,296
Thomas Lauer, Jason DollFish Assemblage, Modeling, Physiochemical, Bayesian, Water Quality
2013INAnnual BaseLinking Cover Crops to Improved Stream Water Quality via Field-Scale Soil Sampling, in Shatto Ditch Watershed, INFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,592
Jennifer Tank, Sheila ChristopherCover Crops, Nitrogen, Nitrate, Ammonium, Phosphorous, Tile Drain, Water Quality
2013INAnnual BasePollution Prevention Strategies for Farmers and Commercial Input Applicator BusinessesFederal: $8,000
Non-Federal: $17,802
Fred WhitfordSpills, Pollution Prevention, Environment, Water
2013KYAnnual BaseKentucky information transfer projectFederal: $52,125
Non-Federal: $109,350
Lindell Ormsbeesymposium, internet, www, newsletter
2013LAAnnual BaseHydrostratigraphy Modeling of the Southern Hills Aquifer SystemFederal: $11,276
Non-Federal: $22,551
Frank Tsaihydrostratigraphy, hydrofacies, uncertainty, multimodel analysis, aquifer system, fault
2013LAAnnual BaseDevelopment of Total Maximum Daily Load for Dissolved Oxygen in Nutrient-Enriched Lowland RiversFederal: $12,520
Non-Federal: $25,040
Zhi-Qiang DengDissolved Oxygen, River, Total Maximum Daily Load, Watershed
2013LAAnnual BaseSustainable Iron Removal from Groundwater Supporting AquacultureFederal: $10,299
Non-Federal: $20,599
Ron Malone, Donald AdrianIron, aquaculture, groundwater
2013MAAnnual BaseTriclosan in Wastewater EffluentFederal: $4,997
Non-Federal: $31,887
Jonathan RolingTriclosan, wastewater effluent, chlorination, sterilization, surface water, microbial tolerance
2013MAAnnual BaseLinking groundwater heatflow to fish habitat in stream catchments with till-mantled bedrockFederal: $9,982
Non-Federal: $21,896
David Bouttbaseflow, stream temperature, fish habitat,
2013MAAnnual BaseAcid rain response and recovery in New England forests: Application of the novel calcium isotope tracer to the Hubbard Brook streamwater sample archiveFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,033
Andrew Kurtzcalcium, stable isotopes
2013MAAnnual BaseWater Workshops SeriesFederal: $26,275
Non-Federal: $32,601
Paula Rees, Marie-Francoise Hatteworkshop, symposium, agriculture, water conservation, instream flow
2013MDAnnual BaseBromide as a Precursor of Potent Brominating Agents During Drinking Water ChlorinationFederal: $2,592
Non-Federal: $6,532
John Siveybromide, bromine, chlorination, disinfection by-products, drinking water treatment, road salt, hydraulic fracturing, produced water, seawater intrusion
2013MDAnnual BaseValidation of non-lethal laparoscopic technique for detection of intersex in regional black bass populationsFederal: $30,086
Non-Federal: $72,802
Lance Yonkos, Lance YonkosEndocrine disruption, Non-lethal sampling, Keystone species
2013MDAnnual BaseTracing the rates of road salt runoff movement from impervious surface to stream and the effects on soil and aquifer geochemistryFederal: $37,548
Non-Federal: $94,618
Joel Moore, Steven Levroad salt, stream salinization, ionic fluxes, groundwater geochemistry, surface water geochemistry, stormwater ponds
2013MDAnnual BaseEnhancing watershed infiltration to restore urban stream hydro-ecological function (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $5,500
Non-Federal: $13,207
Kaye Brubaker, Margaret PalmerWatershed, restoration, urban, infiltration
2013MDAnnual BaseThe role of streams in nitrogen fluxes from watersheds in the Choptank Basin (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $5,500
Non-Federal: $12,501
Kaye Brubaker, Thomas FisherNitrogen, fate and transport, biogenic N gas
2013MDAnnual BaseModeling the effects of green roof substrate organic matter on stormwater retention and plant-based water cycling (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $5,500
Non-Federal: $12,584
Kaye Brubaker, Steven Cohan, John Lea-CoxGreen roof, water balance, substrate water holding capacity
2013MEAnnual BaseOptimized Pre-Treatment for Fluorescence Monitoring of Surface Fresh Water ContaminationFederal: $4,907
Non-Federal: $79,664
Howard Patterson, John Ahern, Gregory HallWater Quality Monitoring, Water Chemistry, Pharmaceuticals, Petrochemicals
2013MEAnnual BaseAssessing threats of changing climate to drinking water qualityFederal: $10,865
Non-Federal: $77,716
Jasmine Saros, Sarah Nelsonacid deposition, algae, climate, geochemistry, water quality, water treatment
2013MEAnnual BasePartnership for Monitoring Maine Lake Temperatures in a changing Climate, Short-term Variability and Long-term Trends.Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $24,166
Daniel Buckley, Scott Williamsclimate, ecosystem, education, heat budge, lakes, and thermodynamics, water quality
2013MEAnnual BaseMaine Information TransferFederal: $18,051
Non-Federal: $28,160
John PeckenhamEducation, outreach, student training
2013MIAnnual BaseNatural Resources Integrated Information SystemFederal: $27,124
Non-Federal: $54,302
Jon BartholicWatershed Planning and Management; Water Quality; Water Use; Decision Support System
2013MIAnnual BaseDissemination, Technology Transfer Training and Program DevelopmentFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Lois WolfsonWater Quality; Natural Shorelines, Great Lakes, Watershed Management; Invasive Species; Lake and Stream Monitoring; Interactive Web-based Decision Support Systems; Climate Outreach
2013MIAnnual BaseBuilding Capacity within Township Planning Commissions to Facilitate Water User Committees in the context of Michigan's Water Withdrawal Assessment ProgramFederal: $10,401
Non-Federal: $20,800
David Luschgroundwater management, capacity building, local planning
2013MNAnnual BaseBuilding sustainable governance frameworks to sustainably manage Minnesota's Water ResourcesFederal: $29,998
Non-Federal: $58,621
Sherry Enzler, Mae DavenportSustainable, water management, governance frameworks, social-ecological systems
2013MOAnnual BaseRemoval of NOMs by Advanced Thin Film Composite Membranes for the Control of Disinection ByproductsFederal: $7,190
Non-Federal: $39,472
Baolin Deng, Baolin Dengmixed matrix nano composite membranes, NOMs, source water, polyamide, polysulfone, nanoparticiles, water permeability, mixed matrix nano composite membranes,BPs, THMs, HAAs,MMM, NDMA,membrane-based nanofiltration, reverse osmosis,
2013MOAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $31,904
Non-Federal: $62,710
Thomas Clevenger
2013MSAnnual BaseInterdisciplinary Assessment of Mercury Transport, Fate and Risk in Enid Lake, MississippiFederal: $39,780
Non-Federal: $80,174
Xiaobo Chao, James Cizdziel, AKM Hossain, Kristine WillettWater Quality, Contaminant Transport Mechanisms, Sedimentation
2013MSAnnual BaseNon-linear downward flux of water in response to increasing wetland water depth and its influence on groundwater recharge, soil chemistry, and wetland tree growthFederal: $37,260
Non-Federal: $74,592
Gregg DavidsonWetlands, Ecosystems, Surface and Groundwater Management
2013MTAnnual BaseDo Sediments in the Warm Springs Ponds Operable Unit Act as A Sink for Organic Wastewater Compounds?Federal: $13,835
Non-Federal: $27,671
Katie Hailer, Stephen Parkerorganic wastewater contaminants OWCs
2013MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Rephotography as a tool to Understand the Effects of Resource Use on Rivers of the Greater Yellowstone RegionFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Heidi Clarkrephotography resource use Greater Yellowstone
2013MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Maintaining Migratory Pathways of Imperiled Large River and Small Stream Prairie Fishes in the Face of Climate ChangeFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
David Dockeryfish climate change migration habitat
2013MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Understanding Trends in Snow Accumulation, Water Availability and Climate Changes Using Snow Telemetry Observations in the Missouri River HeadwatersFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Thomas MatthewsClimate SNOWTEL Snow Missouri River
2013MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Investigating Upstream Channel Response to Dam Removal, Black Foot River MTFederal: $500
Non-Federal: $220
Robert Livesaydam removal geomorphology Black Foot River
2013NCAnnual BaseA mesocosm study to determine nitrogen assimilation capacity of a restored wetland slated to receive pumped drainage water - a critical component to maximize improvement to the Pamlico SoundFederal: $29,914
Non-Federal: $15,406
Michael Burchell, Stephen W. BroomeWetland restoration, Nitrogen assimilation, Denitrification, DRAINMOD
2013NCAnnual BaseSurface and Subsurface Properties Regulating Manganese Contamination of Groundwater in the North Carolina PiedmontFederal: $23,111
Non-Federal: $67,789
Matthew Polizzotto, Aziz Ammozegar, Robert Austin, Rick Bolich, Phil Bradley, Owen Duckworth, Dean HesterbergManganese, Groundwater Quality, Soil, Saprolite, Piedmont
2013NCAnnual BaseWRRI Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $1,250
Non-Federal: $14,517
Nicole Wilkinson
2013NDAnnual BaseSodic soil characterization and management on subsurface drainageFederal: $4,300
Non-Federal: $7,474
Tom DeSutterSodic Soil, Subsurface drainage, Tile drainage, water quality
2013NDAnnual BaseMeasurement and modeling of soil moisture changes for subsurface drained and subirrigated fields in the Red River ValleyFederal: $3,608
Non-Federal: $4,272
Xinhua JiaSoil Moisture, Tile Drainage, Modeling, Measurement, subsurface drainage, subirrigated fields
2013NDAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Model for Subsurface Drainage and Subirrigation Water ManagementFederal: $3,608
Non-Federal: $4,273
Xinhua JiaTile Drainage, Subsurface drainage modeling, Sub-irrigation
2013NDAnnual BaseElectron Donor Contributions to Denitrification in the Elk Valley Aquifer, NDFederal: $4,811
Non-Federal: $14,789
Scott KoromDenitrification, Aquifers, Electron Donors, Geochemical evolution
2013NDAnnual BasePhysical model evaluations of scour holes below a singular and multiple step rock weirsFederal: $4,210
Non-Federal: $12,941
Yeo LimScour, Physical models, Stepped weirs
2013NDAnnual BaseTemporal-spatial distribution (dynamics) of phytoplankton and diversity in relation to lake physical and chemical conditionFederal: $3,007
Non-Federal: $5,226
Wei LinTemporal distribution, spatial distribution, phytoplankton, Lakes
2013NDAnnual BaseInvestigation of Cryptosporidium oocysts in Influent and Effluent of the Fargo Water Treatment PlantFederal: $3,007
Non-Federal: $5,226
Khan Eakalak, John McEvoyCryptosporidium oocysts, Water reatment plant, Influent and effluent
2013NDAnnual BaseDrought monitoring and prediction using NOAH land surface model and GRACE satellite observationFederal: $4,210
Non-Federal: $12,939
Xiaodong ZhangDrought, monitoring, prediction, GRACE Satellite data, NOAH Land Surface model
2013NDAnnual BaseApplication of Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) Model for Estimating Nutrient Loads to Lake Ashtabula, ND, under Different Climate ScenariosFederal: $4,510
Non-Federal: $7,838
Zhulu Lin, G. PadmanabhanSWAT model, Nutrient loads, Lakes, Non-point pollution, Climate scenarios
2013NDAnnual BaseImproved Overland Flow Modeling for Hydrologic Connectivity Analysis of PotholesFederal: $6,915
Non-Federal: $16,619
Xuefeng ChuHydrologic connectivity, prarie potholes, Overland Flow Modeling, Puddle to puddle model
2013NDAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and CommunicationFederal: $6,449
Non-Federal: $11,060
G. Padmanabhan
2013NEAnnual BaseDevelopment of an affinity-based concentrator-detection kit for monitoring emerging contaminants in recycled waterFederal: $24,054
Non-Federal: $50,862
David Hage, Daniel SnowDetection; emerging contaminants; recycled water
2013NEAnnual BaseAn Innovative Graphene Oxide Filter for Drinking Water Contaminants RemovalFederal: $24,054
Non-Federal: $48,108
Yusong Li, Yongfeng Lu, Daniel Snownanomaterials; water filter
2013NJAnnual BaseComparing the Time Required for Establishment of Effective Nutrient Removal Capacity of Different Stormwater Basin DesignsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Theresa Censoplano, Louise Wootton
2013NJAnnual BaseDetoxification of dioxins in sewersFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Yashika Dewani, Lisa Rodenburg
2013NJAnnual BaseDeveloping an environmentally friendly water reuse technology using ferrate (VI)Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Nanzhu Li, Yang Deng
2013NJAnnual BaseUnderstanding the fate of MTBE in anaerobic aquatic environments of New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Tong Liu, Max Haggblom
2013NJAnnual BaseEffect of cadmium on accelerated metamorphosis induced by hormesis in larvae of Chironomus riparius (Diptera:Chironomidae)Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Jun Oh, Carolyn Bentivegna
2013NJAnnual BaseAssessing the role of wetland flora as a sink for nutrients in subsurface gravel wetlands in New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Kyle Seiverd, Louise Wootton
2013NJAnnual BaseImplications of historical and modern land use: urban wetland vegetation as indicators of temporal and spatial environmental heterogeneity and disturbanceFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Laura Shappell, Lena Struwe
2013NJAnnual BaseBioaccumulation of mercury in New Jersey aquatic ecosystemsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Natalie Sherwood, Meiyin Wu
2013NJAnnual BaseDehalogenation of halogenated aromatic compounds by indigenous microorganisms in sediments of the Hackensack River, New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Seo Sohn, Max Haggblom
2013NJAnnual BaseBiodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the Barnegat Bay-Little Egg Harbor estuaryFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Sarah Wolfson, Lily Young
2013NJAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $5,525
Non-Federal: $3,039
Christopher Obropta, Lisa Galloway Evrard
2013NMAnnual BaseThe transport and accumulation of pyrogenic black carbon in fire-prone watersheds and implications for water qualityFederal: $20,497
Non-Federal: $42,426
Daniel Cadol, Michael Heagy, Fred Phillipsblack carbon, erosion and deposition, forest fires, contaminant sorption
2013NMAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $69,449
Non-Federal: $31,947
Cathy Ortega KlettWater Resources Education, Information Transfer, Information Dissemination
2013NMAnnual BaseGeographic Information systems for Water Resources Research PlanningFederal: $14,945
Non-Federal: $6,875
Alexander Fernald
2013NVAnnual BaseOptimization of ozone-biological activated carbon treatment for potable reuse applicationsFederal: $39,991
Non-Federal: $83,396
Daniel Gerrity
2013NVAnnual BaseEstimation of Atmospheric Wet and Dry Deposition of Nutrients to Lake Tahoe SnowpackFederal: $39,779
Non-Federal: $94,643
Rina Schumersnowpack, biogeochemical cycles, atmospheric deposition
2013NVAnnual BaseQuantifying Surface Runoff and Water Infiltration in Arid and Semi-arid AreasFederal: $31,181
Non-Federal: $69,299
Yong Zhang, Li Chen, Donald Reevessurface runoff, infiltration, model, heterogeneity, application
2013NVAnnual BaseImpact of climate on mercury transport in the Carson River-Lahontan Reservoir system and Management Alternatives to Mitigate ResponseFederal: $25,433
Non-Federal: $59,510
Rosemary Carrollmercury transport climate, bioaccumulation, remediaton
2013OHAnnual BaseSource tracking of Microcystis blooms in Lake Erie and its tributariesFederal: $6,013
Non-Federal: $12,027
George BullerjahnHABs, cyanobacteria, microcystin
2013OHAnnual BaseRural on-site waste treatment as a source of nutrients to a eutrophic watershedFederal: $9,100
Non-Federal: $18,241
Christopher Spiese, Bryan BoulangerWater quality, waste treatment, nitrogen, phosphorus
2013OHAnnual BaseAssessment of a Novel Application of Biochar to Improve Runoff Water Quality from Vegetated RoofsFederal: $22,292
Non-Federal: $45,887
Ishi Buffam, Dominic Boccellivegetated roofs, runoff, nutrients, dissolved metals, biochar
2013OHAnnual BaseCharacterizing the influence of surface chemistry and morphology on biofilm formation of ceramic membranes in wastewater treatmentFederal: $17,992
Non-Federal: $37,041
Paula Mouser, Hendrik Verweij, Linda WeaversCeramic membranes, biological fouling, ultrasound, filtration
2013OKAnnual BaseRemote Sensing of Water Quality and Harmful Algae in Oklahomas LakesFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
K. Hambright, Andrew Dzialowski, Xiangming Xiao
2013OKAnnual BaseComparison of Grain Sorghum and Corn Productivity under Limited Irrigation with Subsurface DripFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Jason Warren, Nicholas Kenny, Rick KochenowerMicro Irrigation, Corn, Sorghum, water use efficiency
2013OKAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProjectFederal: $2,763
Non-Federal: $5,525
Mike Langston, Leslie Elmore, Dave Engle
2013ORAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $27,322
Non-Federal: $59,692
Todd Jarviseducation, outreach, newsletter, symposium
2013PAAnnual BaseToward Mitigating Effects of Elevated Temperatures on Aquatic Ecosystems: Monitoring Thermal Impacts to Halfmoon CreekFederal: $7,774
Non-Federal: $3,809
Lysle Sherwinstream temperature, water quality, impairment, designated use, Clean Water Act
2013PAAnnual BaseDeveloping A Treatment Option for Marcellus Shale Wastewater Through Cultivation of the Algae Dunaliella salinaFederal: $24,027
Non-Federal: $52,620
Kyle Bibby
2013PAAnnual BaseRange Expansion and Genetic Population Structure of Five Pennsylvania State Threatened Fish Species using Environmental DNA (eDNA) and Molecular Genetic Techniques.Federal: $21,851
Non-Federal: $113,241
Brady Porterenvironmental DNA (eDNA), molecular detection, imperiled species, range expansion, species composition surveillance, population structure, conservation and management
2013PAAnnual BaseDeveloping Quantitative Models for the Removal of Quaternary Ammonium Ions as Representative Cationic Emerging Contaminants by Cation Exchange ResinsFederal: $19,216
Non-Federal: $60,035
Huichun ZhangCation Exchange Resins (CERs), Quaternary Ammonium Ions, Emerging Contaminants, Cation Exchange, Predictive models, Water Treatment
2013PAAnnual BaseEvaluation of Round Goby and Tubenose Goby Habitat Disturbance and Impacts to Native Fishes – Phase IIFederal: $23,246
Non-Federal: $57,424
Jay StaufferBiological Control of Invasive Species, Invasion Restrictions
2013PRAnnual BaseField Demonstration of Removal of MS2 Bacteriophage and Bacillus subtilis with a Solar-Powered Engineered Experimental Drum Filtration and Disinfection (SEED) UnitFederal: $6,500
Non-Federal: $11,000
Sangchul HwangDisinfections, Water Quality, Water Treatment
2013PRAnnual BaseThe Total Microbial Community Structure and Enterococci Population Dynamics During a “recent fecal contamination event” in Seawater samples of Puerto RicoFederal: $10,713
Non-Federal: $11,628
Luis Rios-HernandezEnterococci, Microbial community, Recreational water quality
2013RIAnnual BaseDrinking Water Outreach in Rhode IslandFederal: $10,421
Non-Federal: $17,256
Harold Knickle, Geoffrey BothunWater Quality, Conference, Summer Camp, High School Students, Clean Water, Careers, Rhode Island
2013RIAnnual BaseSeismic Evaluation of the Gainer Memorial DamFederal: $18,445
Non-Federal: $40,440
Aaron Bradshaw, Gopu Potty, George TsiatasSeismic, Dam Safety, Earth Dams
2013SCAnnual BaseEnhancing Sattelite Measurements of Water Surface Temperature Using a Thermal Model of the Lake Surface for Improved Evaporation EstimatesFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
John Saylor, Nigel KayeEvaporation, Thermal Models, GIS, Remote Sensing, Surface Temperature, Water Availability, Water Quantity, Reservoirs, Lakes, Satellite
2013SCAnnual BaseEffects of Pharmaceutical Photodegradation Products in Freshwater on Local AmphibiansFederal: $12,030
Non-Federal: $24,060
Allison Welch, Wendy CoryAmphibians, Pharmaceuticals, Ecotoxicity, Photodegradation, Freshwater
2013SDAnnual BaseEvaluating the Nitrate-Removal Effectiveness of Denitrifying Bioreactors (part 2)Federal: $20,526
Non-Federal: $43,374
Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Christopher Hay, Todd TrooienDenitrifying Bioreactors, Agricultural Drainage, Nitrate Removal, Conservation, Hydrology
2013SDAnnual BaseSubsurface Drainage Impacts on Evapotranspiration and Water YieldFederal: $20,526
Non-Federal: $43,354
Christopher Hay, Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Todd TrooienEvapotranspiration, Subsurface Drainage, Hydrology, DRAINMOD
2013SDAnnual BaseSouth Dakota Water Resources Institute FY2013 Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $7,346
Non-Federal: $14,410
Van KelleyOutreach, Service Communication, Interaction, Information
2013TNAnnual BaseLong-term Evaluation of Norris Dam Operation under Changing EnvironmentsFederal: $11,428
Non-Federal: $18,181
Ungtae KimClimate Change, Water resources management, Reservoir operation, Hydrology, Optimization, Flood, Drought
2013TNAnnual BaseChemical and Morphological Analyses of Trout Otoliths as a Measure of Aluminum Exposure in Streams Impacted by Acid Deposition in the Great Smoky Mountains National ParkFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $24,900
Michelle Connolly, John SchwartzStream, acid deposition, trout, otoliths, baseflow, stormflow, aluminum
2013TNAnnual BaseRe-filling the Bucket: Recharge Processes for the Memphis Aquifer in the Exposure Belt in Western TennesseeFederal: $16,977
Non-Federal: $30,627
Brian Waldron, Daniel LarsenRecharge, hillslope hydrology, ground water, vadose zone, monitoring
2013TNAnnual BaseEngineered Strategy to Remediate Trace Organic Contaminants using Recirculating Packed-Bed Media Biofilters at Decentralized Wastewater Treatment SystemsFederal: $39,000
Non-Federal: $78,497
John Buchanan, Jennifer DeBruynTrace Organic Contaminants, Decentralized Wastewater Treatment, Media Biofilters, Fixed-film
2013TXAnnual BaseEvaluation of invasive aquatic species in TexasFederal: $19,762
Non-Federal: $73,171
Michael Masser, Elizabeth Edgerton, Lucas Gregory, Allen KnutsonInvasive aquatic species, evaluation, ecology
2013TXAnnual BaseIncreasing Water Security through Horizontal WellsFederal: $19,762
Non-Federal: $44,431
Hongbin Zhan, Ben Blumenthal, Kristine UhlmanGroundwater, Horizontal Drilling, Aquifer Storage and Recovery
2013TXAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $16,001
Non-Federal: $7,360
Roel Lopez, Danielle Kalisek, Leslie Lee, Kevin Wagner, Kathy Wythe
2013UTAnnual BaseQuantification of Water Quality Improvements Through the 900 S Oxbow Restoration and Stormwater BMP Renovation ProjectFederal: $22,299
Non-Federal: $36,295
R. DupontStormwater, Constructed Wetlands, Water Quality, Jordan River
2013UTAnnual BaseCapturing Aerial Imagery on the San Rafael River, Utah, Using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to Monitor and Assist in Evaluating Restoration EffortsFederal: $19,088
Non-Federal: $44,623
Bethany Neilson, Ian GowingRiver Restoration, Tamarisk, Remote Sensing, AggieAir, Fish Habitat
2013VAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $40,753
Non-Federal: $60,433
Stephen H. Schoenholtz
2013VIAnnual BaseIs Water Quality Degradation Inevitable in the VI? Linking the Human Dimension to the Governance of Water Resources Across the Territory.Federal: $24,232
Non-Federal: $0
Wayne Archibald, Kala Flemingwater quality, education, engagement, outreach, water governance, runoff, nonpoint source pollution, partnerships
2013VIAnnual BasePlant Nutrient Management in Aquaponic System for Zucchini (Cucurbita pepo) ProductionFederal: $23,996
Non-Federal: $0
Dilip Nandwani, Donald BaileyBER, Nutrient Management, pH, Zucchini
2013VIAnnual BaseGroundwater Chemistry, Flowpaths, and Flux Rates in the Mangrove System Surrounding Bovoni Landfill Within the St. Thomas East End Reserve (STEER)Federal: $27,284
Non-Federal: $0
Kristin Wilson, Andrew Reevegroundwater, mangroves, Bovoni Landfill, St. Thomas East End Reserve, geologic cores
2013VIAnnual BaseCorrelating Precipitation Patterns and Erosion Indicators Across the St. Thomas MicroclimatesFederal: $24,830
Non-Federal: $0
David Morris, Donald Drost, Michael Larson, Avram Primack, Raymond Torres
2013VTAnnual BaseAutomated Mapping of Effective Impervious Areas (EIA) to Assess the Impact of EIA on Stream HealthFederal: $30,628
Non-Federal: $63,312
Leslie Morrissey, Beverley WempleStream health, impervious areas, stormwater, remote sensing, GIS, LiDAR
2013WAAnnual BaseBlack Carbon and Dust Deposition on South Cascade Glacier Since 1750 AD: Implications for the Timing and Availability of Water Resources in Washington StateFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Susan Kaspari, Carey Gazissnow and glacier melt, black carbon, dust, runoff timing and magnitude
2013WAAnnual BaseArsenic Fate Following In-Situ Sulfate Reduction: Assessing the Sustainability of a Promising Groundwater Remediation StrategyFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,015
Rebecca Neumann, Jennifer Jayarsenic, induced sulfate reduction, remediation, groundwater quality, sustainability
2013WAAnnual BaseAn Integrated Engineering and Economic Analysis of the Columbia River Treaty Renegotiation using Game TheoryFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,001
Michael Brady, Jennifer Adam, Jonathan YoderColumbia River Basin Treaty, Game Theory, Reservoir Modeling
2013WAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $1,525
Non-Federal: $4,763
Michael Barber, Jennifer Adam, Jonathan YoderOutreach, Information Transfer
2013WIAnnual BaseEstablishing the Long-Term Range of Variability in Drought Conditions for Southwest WisconsinFederal: $72,024
Non-Federal: $78,126
Evan Larson, Christopher Underwooddendrochronology, hyrdrologic variability, oak savanna, driftless area
2013WIAnnual BaseImpacts of Climatic and Land Use Changes on Streamflow and Water Quality in the Milwaukee River BasinFederal: $39,088
Non-Federal: $39,275
Woonsup Choi, Changshan WuAutomata-Markov, impervious surfaces, urbanization, sediment and nutrient loading
2013WVAnnual BaseUnderstanding variations in isotopic and molecular compositions of stray gas in areas of accelerating shale gas developmentFederal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $80,168
Shikha SharmaStray gas, isotopes, molecular composition, coalbed gas, sampling methodology
2013WVAnnual BaseUsing geomorphic landform design principles to reduce selenium loads from West Virginia valley fillsFederal: $45,856
Non-Federal: $91,800
Ben Mack, Leslie Hopkinson, John QuarantaGeomorphic landform design, valley fills, water quality, selenium
2013WYAnnual BaseMapping annual surface area changes since 1984 of lakes and reservoirs in Wyoming that are not gauged using multi-temporal Landsat dataFederal: $5,512
Non-Federal: $79,048
Ramesh SivanpillaiLake surface area, drought, remote sensing
2013WYAnnual BaseMicro-Patterned Membrane Surfaces with Switchable HydrophobicityFederal: $12,744
Non-Federal: $128,659
Carl Frick, Jonathan BrantReverse osmosis, produced water, hydrophobic surfaces, polymer engineering
2013WYAnnual BaseUse of Fe(VI) for the Improvement of Water Quality in WyomingFederal: $48,553
Non-Federal: $219,923
Maohong Fan, Lamia GoualTotal organic carbon; heavy metals; suspended solids; ferrate; water treatment
2013WYAnnual BaseRumen Microbial Changes Associated With High Sulfur A Basis for Developing Treatments for Ruminant Livestock in High Sulfur Water RegionsFederal: $36,113
Non-Federal: $188,779
Kristi Cammack, Kathy Austin, Gavin Conant, William Lamberson, Ken Olson, Cody WrightSulfate, Water, Livestock, Health
2012AKAnnual BaseEvaluating the treatability of soil contaminated with diesel and 1-chloro-octadecane via bioremediationFederal: $16,113
Non-Federal: $6,083
Silke Schiewer, Mary Leighbioremediation, phytoremediation, contaminated soil, groundwater, remote communities, contaminants in cold regions, soil microbiology
2012AKAnnual BaseResponse of Water Supply Lakes to Climate Change in Western Alaska: a Case Study of Past, Present, and Future Thermal Regimes in KotzebueFederal: $17,489
Non-Federal: $5,004
Christopher ArpArctic, lakes, water supply, thermal regime, climate change
2012AKAnnual BaseMonitoring runoff in glaciated watersheds to assess groundwater recharge and flooding risksFederal: $21,026
Non-Federal: $3,230
Anna Liljedahl, Anthony ArendtRunoff, glacier, groundwater recharge, climate change
2012AKAnnual BaseDeveloping partnerships with rural high-schools along the Kvichak River, Alaska to map strontium (Sr) isotope (87Sr/86Sr) variation and aid tracking Pacific salmon migrationsFederal: $19,266
Non-Federal: $9,537
Matthew WoollerWestern Alaskan Rivers, salmon migration, strontium isotopes, biodiversity, conservation.
2012AKAnnual BaseRapid Moving Debris Lobes in the Brooks Range of AlaskaFederal: $18,441
Non-Federal: $9,128
Ronald DaanenSlope stability, Permafrost, Climate change, Dalton highway
2012ALAnnual BaseQUANTITATIVE PCR-BASED ASSAYS FOR DETECTION OF WILDLIFE AND PETFederal: $50,000
Non-Federal: $100,096
Yucheng Fengbacteria, water quality, biotechnology, pollution control, water quality
2012ALAnnual BaseExperimental Investigation of Stormwater Runoff Quality OriginatingFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,870
Jason KirbyWater Quality (270), Urban Hydrology (258), Runoff (207), Nitrogen (156),
2012ALAnnual BaseDEVELOPMENT OF AN IN-SITU CAPABLE METHOD FOR DETECTING PATHOGENICFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $51,019
Ahjeong SonPathogenic bacteria, E. coli O157:H7, nanoparticle, DNA, in-situ detection, microfluidics
2012ARAnnual BaseArkansas Water Resources Center Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $7,554
Non-Federal: $15,109
Brian HaggardConference, Newsletters, Web Interface, Citizen Science, Social Media
2012ARAnnual BasePreparing drinking water utilities on Beaver Lake reservoir to meet disinfection byproduct regulations: The impact of continued nutrient enrichmentsFederal: $63,992
Non-Federal: $127,984
Julian Fairey, Wen Zhangdisinfection byproducts; nutrients; water treatment
2012ARAnnual BaseDevelopment and Implementation of Nutrient Runoff Reduction Measures for Poultry HousesFederal: $42,000
Non-Federal: $84,010
Andrew Sharpley, David MillerChemical filters, nutrient transport, phosphorus runoff, poultry litter management,
2012ARAnnual BaseThe effect of global climate change on algal biomass and total organic carbon concentrations in Beaver LakeFederal: $45,108
Non-Federal: $101,300
Jefferson Scotttotal organic carbon
2012AZAnnual BaseFate of Emerging Nanoparticle Contaminants during Aquifer Recharge with Treated WastewaterFederal: $10,450
Non-Federal: $21,678
Reyes Sierra, James FieldNanoparticles; Engineered nanomaterials; Wastewater reuse; Wastewater recharge; Groundwater
2012AZAnnual Base"Does Increasing Solids Retention Time in the Wastewater Treatment Process Affect the Persistence of Antibiotic Resistance Genes?"Federal: $7,300
Non-Federal: $14,662
Channah Rock, Leif AbrellWater Reuse, Antibiotic Resistance, Wastewater Treatment
2012AZAnnual BaseToxicity of Emerging Contaminants in an Effluent Dependent Stream: the Role of Suspended Solids and SedimentsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $21,115
David Quanrud, Robert Arnold, Eduardo Saez, Shane Snyderemerging contaminants, bioassay, wastewater, sediment
2012AZAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $58,942
Non-Federal: $115,933
Sharon Megdal, Susanna Eden, Jean McLain
2012CAAnnual BaseEffect of forest management on water yields and other ecosystem services in Sierra Nevada forestsFederal: $119,829
Non-Federal: $169,455
Kevin O'Hara
2012CAAnnual BaseSpatial Analysis of Irrigation Efficiencies for the Sate of CaliforniaFederal: $22,008
Non-Federal: $8,599
Samuel Sandoval Solis
2012CAAnnual BaseCIWR Information Transfer - OutreachFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $51,787
Doug Parker
2012COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $37,532
Non-Federal: $158,325
Reagan WaskomTechnology Transfer, Information Dissemination
2012COAnnual BaseAssessing the Benefits and Drawbacks of Different Institutional Arrangements to Enhancing Forest and Water Ecosystem Services and Ecosystem Services Markest in ColoradoFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,400
Antony ChengWatershed, Payment for Ecosystem Service (PES)
2012COAnnual BaseStructural and Functional Controls of Tree Transpiration in Front Range Urban ForestsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,400
David CooperTree Transpiration, Urban Forests
2012COAnnual BaseWinter Precipitation Variability in the Colorado Rocky MountainsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,400
Nolan DoeskenStreamflow Forecasting, Elevation Gradient, Precipitation Anomalies
2012COAnnual BaseReconstructing a Water Balance for the San Luis Valley: Streamflow Variability, Change, and Extremes in a Snowmelt Dominated Internal Drainage BasinFederal: $9,890
Non-Federal: $4,748
Steven FassnachtWater Balance, Streamflow Variability, San Luis Valley
2012COAnnual BaseThe Short and Long-Term Impacts of Drought on the Structure of Regional Economics: Investigating the Farm Supply ChainFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,400
Christopher GoemansEconomics, Drought
2012COAnnual BaseQuantifying Risks Producers Face when Entering Agricultural Water Lease ContractsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,400
Christopher Goemans, James PritchettAgLet, Water Transfers, Decision Support
2012COAnnual BaseThermal preference of age-0 stonecats (Noturus flavus): Are thermal water quality standards protective for this species?Federal: $4,858
Non-Federal: $2,332
Christopher MyrickStonecat, St. Vrain River, Republican River
2012COAnnual BaseBiowin Simulation to Assess Alternative Treatment Units for a Local Wastewater Treatment Plant to Meet the New Effluent Nutrient RegulationsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,400
Pinar Omur-OzbekBiowin
2012COAnnual BaseUsing Water Chemistry to Characterize the Connection between Alluvial Groundwater and Streamflow Water Under Augmentation at the Tamarack Ranch State Wildlife Area, ColoradoFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,400
John StednickTamarack Ranch, Chemistry
2012CTAnnual BaseField Testing the Educational and Land Use Planning Value of a New Nitrogen Modeling Tool in the Niantic River WatershedFederal: $18,686
Non-Federal: $37,372
Juliana Barrett, Chester Arnold, Emily Wilsonnitrogen source/sink
2012CTAnnual BaseThe Impacts of Wastewater from a Retirement Community on Fish HealthFederal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $91,370
Thijs Bosker, Thijs Boskerfish reproduction, municipal effluent, retirement community, reproductive impairment, laboratory and field assessment
2012CTAnnual BaseInfluence of dynamic copper speciation on bioavailability in streamsFederal: $31,507
Non-Federal: $72,397
Timothy Vadasbioavailability, non point source, effluent, Cu, DOC
2012DCAnnual BaseBiological Inventory of Seepage Springs and Vernal Pools; Small Isolated Wetlands in Parks of National Capital East (NPS) Federal: $12,224
Non-Federal: $25,500
David CulverBiotic Inventory, Isolated Wetlands, Seepage Springs, Vernal Pools
2012DCAnnual BaseAnticipating Climate Change based on Precipitation Analysis for the District of Columbia Federal: $3,818
Non-Federal: $2,682
Pradeep BeheraClimate Change, Precipitation analysis, Storm event analysis
2012DCAnnual BaseDevelopment of a physically-based model for Performance Evaluation Optimization of Green Roof Systems Federal: $9,230
Non-Federal: $32,517
Arash Massoudieh, Pradeep BeheraStormwater, Low impact development, Green roofs, Flow in unsaturated media, Contaminant fate and transport
2012DCAnnual BaseEvaluating Water Management Alternatives in the Upper Potomac River Basin for the District of Columbia Source Water ProtectionFederal: $8,717
Non-Federal: $29,560
Tolessa Deksissa, Heidi Moltz, James Palmerwater resources planning, water supply capacity building, best management practices
2012DCAnnual BaseEpisodic ion and nutrient inputs to the Anacostia River: constructing a chemical hydrograph of an urban stream's response to periodic rainfallFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $33,952
Stephen MacAvoysediment biogeochemistry, episodic stream chemical response, pollution bioaccumulation, nutrients
2012DCAnnual BaseDevelopment of Porous Driveway System for Districts Residential Lots Federal: $10,900
Non-Federal: $5,014
Inder Bhambri, Pradeep BeheraLow Impact Development, Porous pavement, Urban Runoff
2012DCAnnual BaseWater Pollution Modeling and Prediction Using Computational Intelligence MethodsFederal: $13,000
Non-Federal: $5,980
Nian Zhang, Pradeep BeheraNonpoint Source Pollution, Urban Runoff, Stormwater Management, Water Quality, Neural Networks, Prediction
2012DCAnnual BaseMonitoring of UDC Van-Ness Campus Green Roof System to Evaluate Runoff Quantity Control Performance Federal: $11,512
Non-Federal: $5,296
Pradeep Behera, Arash MassoudiehLow Impact Development, Green Roof, Urban Runoff
2012DCAnnual BaseA Performance-based Review of World-wide Water Reuse Facilities in Support of DC Water Reuse PolicyFederal: $7,934
Non-Federal: $3,650
Iveracottis ShortWater Quality, Climate Change, Water reuse, Policy, and Public Health
2012DEAnnual BaseThe Returns to Best Management Practices: Evidence from Early Proposals for Nutrient Trading in the Chesapeake Bay WatershedFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $7,000
Joshua Duke
2012DEAnnual BaseDeveloping Scientifically-Based Food Safety Metrics for Water Management and Irrigation MethodsFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,762
Kalmia KnielPathogens, Food Safety, Irrigation Water Quality
2012DEAnnual BaseWater Quality Impacts of Landscape Best Management Practices that Enhance VegetationFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Shreeram Inamdar
2012DEAnnual BaseImproving Irrigation Management through Soil Moisture Monitoring and Automated Control of Sprinkler and Sub-Surface Drip IrrigationFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
James Sims, James SimsIrrigation management, soil moisture monitoring, sub-surface drip irrigation
2012DEAnnual BaseCharacterization of Viral Diversity within the Mantel Fluid of the Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginicaFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Eric Wommack, Eric WommackOyster health, viruses, nonpoint pollution, habitat destruction
2012DEAnnual BaseWater Quality Management in Urban EcosystemsFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Susan Barton, Jules BruckUrban watersheds, stormwater, landscape design, native plants
2012DEAnnual BasePreventing Formation of Toxic Chlorination Byproducts in Water Using Zerovalent IronFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Pei Chiu, Pei ChiuToxic chlorination byproducts, zerovalent iron, DBPs, treatment technology
2012FLAnnual BaseDevelopment and Evaluation of Indices for Bias Assessment for Radar-based Rainfall EstimatesFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Ramesh TeegavarapuNEXRAD, Rain gauge data, Homogeneous Rain areas, South Florida Water Management District, Indices, spatial and temporal, statistical, numerical weather prediction, spatial analysis, GIS
2012FLAnnual BaseFlorida Water Resources Information TransferFederal: $30,983
Non-Federal: $18,802
Kirk Hatfield, Mark NewmanInformation Transfer
2012GAAnnual BaseMonitoring Diurnal and Seasonal Cycle of Evapotranspiration over Georgia using Remote Sensing ObservationsFederal: $60,000
Non-Federal: $120,000
Jingfeng WangEvapotranspiration, Remote Sensing
2012GUAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $23,442
Non-Federal: $0
Gary DentonInformation Transfer, Education, Water Resources
2012GUAnnual BaseTeaching Teachers about Guam's Water Resources and 'Guam Water Kids': 1 Credit Hour Continuing Education Course with Guam Department of Education, Professional & International Program-University of Guam, and WERIFederal: $10,725
Non-Federal: $0
Arretta CardWater resources, teacher training, aquifer, groundwater, surface water, watershed, Guam, hydrological cycle, ground water, non-source pollution, non-point pollution, conservation, fresh water, water supply, education
2012GUAnnual BaseOne-Day Executive/Professional Field Course, with Webpage on Sustainable Management of the Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $8,970
Non-Federal: $0
John JensonGroundwater education; Aquifer field trip, Aquifer models
2012GUAnnual BaseSpatial and Temporal Analyses of the Relationship Between Groundwater Salinity and Rainfall Amounts, Timing, and Intensity in the Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $36,821
Non-Federal: $0
John Jenson, Mark LanderGroundwater availability; Groundwater quality
2012GUAnnual BaseLiDAR-based Delineation and Hydrologic Modeling of Southern and Central Guam Watersheds Federal: $13,800
Non-Federal: $0
Maria KottermairWatershed boundaries; drainages; surface water flow; flow direction; rivers; watershed management; hydrology; Southern Guam; LiDAR; elevation model
2012GUAnnual BasePresenting 'CNMI Water Kids': Private Elementary/Middle Schools and Northern Marianas College of Education Outreach/Teacher Relations ProgramFederal: $13,673
Non-Federal: $0
Arretta CardWater resources; aquifer; groundwater; surface water; watershed; CNMI; water cycle; ground water; non-source pollution; non-point pollution; conservation; Mariana Islands; limestone
2012GUAnnual BaseDevelopment of Water Usage Pattern (Diurnal Demand Pattern) for Saipan Water Distribution SystemFederal: $26,172
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram KhosrowpanahWater Use Data; Water Demand; Distribution Systems; Model Studies
2012GUAnnual BaseEnvironmental Impact of FUDS and Brownfields Sites in Watersheds on the Eastern Side of Saipan: Phase 2. Impact on Aquatic ResourcesFederal: $39,784
Non-Federal: $0
John Starmer, Gary Dentonpollution monitoring and assessment, dumpsites, heavy metals, pesticides, PCBs, drainage pathways, impact on aquatic resources, Saipan, Micronesia
2012GUAnnual BaseInventory and Assessment of Existing Sewage Treatment Facilities and Excess Sludge Handling Practices in the Federated States of MicronesiaFederal: $21,407
Non-Federal: $0
Joe RouseWastewater, treatment, sludge handling, disposal, reuse, water quality, Micronesia,
2012GUAnnual BaseImproving the Weno, Chuuk Water Distribution System Using Hydraulic Modeling and Geographic Information SystemsFederal: $27,912
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram Khosrowpanah, Leroy HeitzWater Distribution Systems, Geographic Information Systems, Water System Modeling
2012GUAnnual BaseIdentifying Sustainable Water Storage Infrastructure for Atoll Island CommunitiesFederal: $12,946
Non-Federal: $0
John JensonAtoll island aquifers
2012GUAnnual BaseWater System Leak Detection Training for Pohnpei Utilities Corporation (PUC), the Federated States of MicronesiaFederal: $17,848
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram KhosrowpanahWater Resources, Training, Education, Operations and Maintenance
2012HIAnnual BaseEvaluation of rapid QPCR method for enterococci with correlative assessment for molecular markers for sewage contamination in selected environmental water samples from Hawaii.Federal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $83,180
Marek Kirsrapid methods, microbial source tracking
2012HIAnnual BasePromoting Water Sustainability LiteracyFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
John Cusick, David PennWater Forum, sustainability literacy, civic engagement
2012HIAnnual BaseCreating an inventory of coastal ecosystem services and their management in HawaiiFederal: $3,333
Non-Federal: $6,727
Steven Grayecosystem services; water policy
2012HIAnnual BaseSatisfying Growing Water Demand Through Integrated Groundwater and Watershed ManagementFederal: $10,503
Non-Federal: $21,146
Kimberly Burnettintegrated water resource management, watershed conservation, groundwater, climate change, dynamic efficiency, economic optimization
2012HIAnnual BaseFate and Transport of Pharmaceutically Active Compounds in Simulated Bank Filtration SystemFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $21,442
Chittaranjan Ray, Matteo D'AlessioRiverbank filtration, Micropollutants, Redox, Column
2012HIAnnual BaseMolecular, Fluorometric and Confocal Microscopy Analysis of Microbial Community Composition and Structure Federal: $13,991
Non-Federal: $28,150
Celia Smith, David Spafford
2012HIAnnual BaseAcquire Sedimentation Data to Promote Reservoir Sustainability and Advance Watershed ScienceFederal: $38,000
Non-Federal: $76,000
David PennRESSED
2012HIAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $13,632
Non-Federal: $27,516
Philip Moravciktechnology transfer, information transfer, website, seminars, conferences
2012HIAnnual BaseUsage of UV disinfection coupled with rain water catchment and stream water in rural areasFederal: $3,000
Non-Federal: $6,104
Bunnie Yoneyama, Joseph LichwaUV disinfection, water supply, slow sand filtration,
2012HIAnnual BaseBioaccumulation and Biotransformation of Arsenic by Marine Algae in HawaiiFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $11,840
Philip MoravcikAlgae, Arsenic, Pesticide, bioaccumulation
2012IAAnnual BaseQuantifying Field Water Balance Components as Affected by Shifts in Land-Use Patterns: Implications for Minimizing Agricultural Impacts on Water Quality in IowaFederal: $28,328
Non-Federal: $102,584
Robert Horton, Matthew HelmersWater Quality, Crop Water Use, Evapotranspiration, Biofuels, Hydrologic Model, Land-use change
2012IAAnnual BaseDielectric Measurement of Soil Nitrate ConcentrationFederal: $13,783
Non-Federal: $48,996
Amy Kaleitanitrate concentration, dielectric spectoscopy, permittivity, spectral analysis
2012IDAnnual BaseDeveloping a Conjunctive Water Resources Planning and Management Model for the Eastern Snake River PlainFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $56,150
Jae RyuSurface water and Groundwater Interactions, Human and Natural Systems
2012IDAnnual BaseAn Ecosystem Services Analysis of the Boise River BasinFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Scott LoweEcosystem Services, Use Values, Nonuse Values
2012IDAnnual BaseThe Idaho Water Resources Outreach and Engagement ProjectFederal: $86,170
Non-Federal: $56,416
John Tracy, Julie Scanlin
2012IDAnnual BaseCharacterizing Boise River Watershed Water Quality Using BASINS ModelingFederal: $29,480
Non-Federal: $58,984
Shawn BennerDeveloping a Water Resource Management Tool
2012IDAnnual BaseThe geomorphic signature of salmon: quantifying the impact of spawner density on stream bed morphology and habitat for future spawners to inform water resources managementFederal: $29,020
Non-Federal: $50,336
Alexander Fremier, Elowyn Yagerbiotic feedbacks, geomorphology, hydrology, salmon redd, spawning, stream bed
2012ILAnnual BaseMeasuring Public Preferences over Stormwater Management Outcomes in Illinois: Willingness to Pay and Willingness to HelpFederal: $30,075
Non-Federal: $60,578
Amy AndoStormwater management, values, flooding, water quality, aquatic habitat
2012ILAnnual BaseThe Impacts of Cellulosic Biofuel Feedstock Production on Midwest US Hydrologic CycleFederal: $31,814
Non-Federal: $148,394
Carl Bernacchi, Carl BernacchiLand-use-change, water use efficiency, evapotranspiration, streamflow, Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone
2012ILAnnual BaseTransferring Water Resources Information to the People of IllinoisFederal: $25,446
Non-Federal: $6,438
Lisa MerrifieldConferences, outreach, web site
2012INAnnual BaseTransport and retention of atrazine, metolachlor, carbaryl, and chlorothalonil in agricultural streamsFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $66,482
Melody Bernot, Daniel Eliasagricultural contaminants, nonpoint pollution, streams, toxicology
2012INAnnual BaseMonitoring and Modeling of Hydrodynamic Processes at the Wabash-Tippecanoe ConfluenceFederal: $22,114
Non-Federal: $44,228
Venkatesh Merwade, Indrajeet Chaubey, Reuben GoforthWabash River; Tippecanoe River; Hydrodynamic Modeling
2012INAnnual BaseIdentifying Opportunities for Soil and Water Conservation With Indianas County Surveyors and Drainage BoardsFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
Linda Prokopy, Nathan MullendoreDrainage Water Management, Drainage Policy, Channelized Streams, Water Quality, Nonpoint Source Pollution, Diffusion of Innovation
2012INAnnual BaseNiche breadth variation of fish assemblages for the entire Wabash RiverFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $61,678
Mark PyronFish assemblages, geomorphology, hydrology, substrates, niche breadth
2012INAnnual BaseConnectivity & Functioning of Wetlandscapes: A Complex Network Modeling AnalysisFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $60,000
Suresh Rao[ENCODING ERROR]
2012INAnnual BasePollution Prevention Strategies for Farmers and Commercial Input Applicator BusinessesFederal: $13,000
Non-Federal: $30,419
Fred Whitfordspills, pollution prevention, environment, water
2012KSAnnual BaseSediment Core Analysis for Understanding Reservoir HistoryFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $37,208
Mark Jakubauskas, Frank deNoyelles, Jr.Hydrological
2012KSAnnual BaseImpacts of In-channel Dredging on the Morphology of the Kansas RiverFederal: $23,333
Non-Federal: $56,684
Melinda Danielsdredge, channel incision, bank erosion, sediment
2012KSAnnual BaseEvaluation of the Kansas P Index using APEXFederal: $21,000
Non-Federal: $50,212
Nathan NelsonPhosphorus Index
2012KSAnnual BaseInvestigation of Recharge to the High Plains Aquifer, Northwestern KansasFederal: $24,000
Non-Federal: $60,016
Randy Stotler, James ButlerRecharge, Aquifer
2012KSAnnual BaseGetting the information modelers need: Extracting hydrostatigraphic information from drillers' logsFederal: $24,000
Non-Federal: $59,606
Geoffrey Bohling, James Butler, Blake Wilson
2012KYAnnual BaseQuantifying benthic macroinvertebrate communities and habitat in a recently restored stream in eastern KentuckyFederal: $4,138
Non-Federal: $8,676
Amy Bracciastream restoration, aquatic insects, ecological study
2012KYAnnual BaseDevelopment of wetland assessment methods for KentuckyFederal: $4,295
Non-Federal: $8,816
David Brownassessment, condition, biological integrity, riverine wetlands
2012KYAnnual BaseHydrologic characterization of a tree- and shrub-vegetated rain gardenFederal: $4,985
Non-Federal: $12,802
Carmen Agouridisbioretention, stormwater, infiltration, water balance
2012KYAnnual BaseDevelopment and calibration of biomarkers in native sunfish for use in detection of endocrine active compoundsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,166
David Peyton, Ben Brammellendocrine disruptors, nucleic acid sequences
2012KYAnnual BaseThe combined effects of the herbicide atrazine and predator cues on larval dragonfliesFederal: $4,976
Non-Federal: $11,779
Claire Fullerpredator-prey dynamics, freshwater ecology, immune investment
2012KYAnnual BaseOccurrence of synthetic estrogen in surface water, source water, and drinking water in the Barren River watershedFederal: $4,978
Non-Federal: $10,586
Ritchie Taylorpharmaceuticals, emerging contaminants
2012KYAnnual BaseField-scale water and bromide transport as affected by land use and rainfall characteristicsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,364
Ole Wendrothrainfall simulation, spatial variability, scale-dependent variability
2012KYAnnual BaseFate & transport of herbicides in karst autogenic recharge of Kentucky's Mississippian PlateauFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,237
Chris Grovesgroundwater, epikarst, atrazine
2012KYAnnual BaseArsenic detection using quartz crystal microbalanceFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,448
David Atwoodgroundwater, drinking water, analytical methods
2012KYAnnual BaseSampling for pharmaceuticals in Kentucky surface watersFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,022
E. Glynn Beckemerging contaminants, antibiotics, estrogen, PPCPs
2012KYAnnual BaseDetermining groundwater flow velocities and discharge rate at the Kentucky Horse Park Royal Spring conduit monitoring stationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,068
James Currensdye tracing, mass flux, karst hydrology, TMDL
2012KYAnnual BaseKentucky information transfer activitiesFederal: $38,963
Non-Federal: $70,706
Lindell Ormsbeesymposium, Internet, www
2012LAAnnual BaseNutrient and harmful algal bloom (HAB) dynamics in Lake Pontchartrain during a non-spillway opening yearFederal: $15,600
Non-Federal: $37,948
John White, Sibel Bargu, Chunyan LiWater quality; harmful alogal blooms; nutrients; eutrophication, Lake Pontchartain
2012LAAnnual BaseIdentification of contaminant source locations in Amite River watershedFederal: $16,199
Non-Federal: $32,926
Zhi-Qiang DengNon-point source pollution; contaminant source location, watershed
2012LAAnnual BaseHydrostratigraphy Modeling of the Southern Hills Aquifer System and FaultsFederal: $15,600
Non-Federal: $31,927
Frank TsaiHydrostratigraphy, Hydrofacies, Uncertainty, Multimodel Analysis, Aquifer System, Fault
2012LAAnnual BaseIrregular Wave Dissipation by Coastal VegetationFederal: $15,495
Non-Federal: $32,056
Heather SmithWaves, vegetation, wetlands, turbulence
2012MAAnnual Base Analysis of Charles River (MA) Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) Using a Prototype Federal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $69,864
Bruce JacksonSubmersible, SAV, blue-green algae
2012MAAnnual BaseFluvial Geomorphology WorkshopFederal: $6,738
Non-Federal: $10,921
Paula Rees, Christine Hatch, Marie-Francoise Hattefluvial geomorphology, assessements, methods
2012MAAnnual BaseBiopolymer Sorbents for Tungsten RemovalFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,052
Jessica Schiffmanchitosan, tungsten, biopolymer, nanoparticle, water treatment
2012MAAnnual BaseElucidating the impact of upgrading wastewater treatment for nitrogen removal on eutrophication and toxic algal bloom in Long Island SoundFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,249
Chul ParkBiological nitrogen removal (BNR), Connecticut River, Eutrophication, Long Island Sound, Nitrogen permit, Organic nitrogen, Toxic algal bloom
2012MAAnnual BaseLand Use, Land Cover and Stormwater Management in Massachusetts under Conditions of Climate Change: Modeling the Linkages Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,036
Elizabeth Brabecstormwater management; watershed planning; impervious surface impacts; watershed land use/cover impacts
2012MAAnnual BaseModeling of Road Salt Contamination and Transport in Ground WaterFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $11,725
Rudolph Honmodeling, road salt, contaminant transport, drinking water supply
2012MAAnnual BaseSymposium on the Value of WaterFederal: $7,051
Non-Federal: $9,258
Paula ReesSymposium, Water Value, Water Use
2012MAAnnual BaseWater Managers WorkshopFederal: $5,776
Non-Federal: $13,618
Paula ReesWater Management, Water Quality, Water Use, Water Supply
2012MAAnnual BaseThe River’s Calendar symposium: effects of climate change on phenology of riparian systems.Federal: $6,646
Non-Federal: $3,910
Jerry SchoenClimate, phenology, riparian, stream, river, recreation, citizen science
2012MDAnnual BaseQuantifying remobilization rates of legacy sediment from Maryland Piedmont floodplainsFederal: $66,326
Non-Federal: $159,244
Andrew Millersediment, dams, floodplain, legacy, Piedmont
2012MDAnnual BaseEcohydrology of ditch-drained coastal marshesFederal: $52,280
Non-Federal: $105,692
Brian Needelman, Andrew Baldwin, Paul LeisnhamTidal marsh, hydrology, ditches, creeks, plant communities, mosquitoes, restoration potential
2012MDAnnual BaseMaryland Water 2012 - SymposiumFederal: $2,569
Non-Federal: $5,238
Kaye BrubakerMaryland, Information Transfer, Water Science
2012MDAnnual BaseMultixenobiotic resistance (MXR) induction in amphipods (Hyalella azteca) by agricultural ditch sediment and water (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,240
Kaye Brubaker, William Lampecotoxicology, non-target effects, agricultural ditches, risk assessment
2012MDAnnual BaseForest N retention in the Chesapeake Bay watershed: A role in water quality restoration? (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $18,497
Kaye Brubaker, Keith EshlemanForest, Nitrogen deposition, Nitrogen export, Climate change
2012MEAnnual BaseInvestigating the Impact of Pollutants in Street Dust on the Long Creek Watershed, South Portland, ME: Collaborative Research Between USM, CCSWCD, and LCWMD Federal: $18,983
Non-Federal: $45,305
Lucille Benedict, Kate McDonaldPAH, Metals, street dust, urban watershed
2012MEAnnual BaseInformatics approaches for reuse and modeling of heterogeneous mercury dataFederal: $10,539
Non-Federal: $117,463
Kate Beard, Linda Bacon, Melinda Neville30, 44, 55, 56, 91, 251
2012MEAnnual BasePhotocatalytic Degradation of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in Natural Water using Silver-Doped ZeolitesFederal: $6,659
Non-Federal: $67,772
Aria Amirbahman, Howard PattersonPPCP, Silver-doped Zeolite, Photocatalysis, DOC
2012MEAnnual BaseDo coastal Maine lakes have fish higher in mercury? A targeted survey including lakes in Acadia National ParkFederal: $16,546
Non-Federal: $33,643
Sarah Nelson, Aria Amirbahman, Linda Bacon, Stephen NortonGeochemistry, Hydrobiology, Lakes, Pollutants, Ponds, Water Quality Monitoring, Water Chemistry
2012MEAnnual BaseMaine Salt Management Scoping ProjectFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $15,357
Laura Lindenfeld, Karen HutchinsInformation dissemination, institutional relationships, salinity, snow, socioeconomic issues, streams, water quality management
2012MEAnnual BaseAnalyzing Legacy Data in a Climate Context to Decipher Modern Changes in Lakewater ChemistryFederal: $7,369
Non-Federal: $74,746
Jasmine Saros, Sean Birkel, Sarah Nelson, Kristin StrockAcid Deposition; Atmospheric Processes; Climate; Data Analysis; Drought; Geochemistry; Geographic Information Systems; Lakes; Statistics; Time-Series Analysis; Water Chemistry; Water Quality Monitoring; Water Quality Management; Weather Data Collection
2012MEAnnual BaseImproving Data to Build Trust for Community Generated Knowledge of Groundwater.Federal: $1,600
Non-Federal: $8,932
John Peckenhamprivate well, citizen-science, data quality
2012MEAnnual BaseMaine Information TransferFederal: $21,208
Non-Federal: $27,997
John Peckenhameducation, outreach
2012MIAnnual BaseNatural Resources Integrated Information SystemFederal: $22,236
Non-Federal: $44,958
Jon BartholicData Analysis, Data Storage and Retrieval, Information Dissemination, System Analysis, Geographic Information Systems, Water Use, Water Quantity, Water Quality Management, Watershed Management
2012MIAnnual BaseDissemination and Technology Transfer Training ProgramsFederal: $25,490
Non-Federal: $52,441
Lois WolfsonWater Quality; Natural Shorelines, Great Lakes, Watershed Management; Invasive Species; Lake and Stream Monitoring; Interactive Web-based Systems; Climate Outreach
2012MIAnnual BaseWater Quality and Nonpoint Source Disproportionality: Addressing the Structural FactorsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,738
Stephen Gasteyerwater quality; watershed management; civic environment; disproportionality; community capitals
2012MIAnnual BaseLandscape and lake characteristics driving the genetic and species diversity of aquatic plantsFederal: $13,731
Non-Federal: $26,943
Kendra Cheruvelil, Joseph BumpMacrophytes, lake connectivity, landscape genetics, species diversity, genetic differentiation, Inter sequence simple repeats (ISSR)
2012MIAnnual BaseSpatially distributed modeling of water and pollutant transport in the Great Lakes watershedsFederal: $15,677
Non-Federal: $58,812
Chansheng HeNonpoint source pollution, hydrological modeling, Distributed Large Basin Runoff, Saginaw River Basin
2012MNAnnual BaseTracing nutrient sources at the land-water interface in urban environments Federal: $59,484
Non-Federal: $113,474
Jacques Finlay, Sarah Hobbieeutrophication, storm water, urban ecosystems, phosphorus, nitrogen
2012MNAnnual BaseIdentification of Municipal Wastewater as a Key Reservoir of Antibiotic Resistance: Itasca State Park as a Model SystemFederal: $84,104
Non-Federal: $154,710
Timothy LaParaantibiotic resistance genes, antibiotic resistant bacteria, wastewater, public health
2012MNAnnual BaseImproving treatment: Understanding the effect of organic carbon on the biodegradation of two endocrine disrupting compoundsFederal: $14,000
Non-Federal: $30,494
Paige NovakMicropollutants, Estrone, Bisphenol A, Competition, Treatment, Biodegradation
2012MSAnnual BaseAcoustic Measurements for Monitoring Fine Suspended Sediment in StreamsFederal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $80,036
James Chambers, Wayne Carpenter, Cristiane SurbeckWater Quality, Sedimentation
2012MSAnnual BaseAnalysis of Precipitation Variability and Related Groundwater Patterns over the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial ValleyFederal: $35,236
Non-Federal: $89,608
Jamie Dyer, Andrew MercerWatershed Management, Water Resources Development
2012MSAnnual BaseSoil Media Compositions for Water Quality Improvements and Stormwater Management in Urban Flow-through FacilitiesFederal: $16,249
Non-Federal: $34,433
Robert Kroger, Warren (Cory) GalloWater Quality, Water Quality Management
2012MTAnnual BaseAssessing Hydrologic, Hyporheic, and Surface Water Temperature Responses to Stream RestorationFederal: $28,000
Non-Federal: $56,004
Geoffrey PooleGroundwater, surface water, hyporheic exchange, temperature
2012MTAnnual BaseThresholds in fluvial systems: Flood-induced channel change on Montana riversFederal: $27,766
Non-Federal: $56,464
Andrew Wilcoxfluvial geomorphology, thresholds, floods, resilience
2012MTAnnual BaseNutrient dynamics and ecosystem function in coupled aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems during a mountain pine beetle infestation of whitebark pineFederal: $13,785
Non-Federal: $27,700
Laurie Marczakclimate change, whitebark pine, mountain pine beetle
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship Project: Evaluating hydrogeomorphic controls on bull trout spawning habitat in mountain streams, Northwestern MontanaFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $420
Jared Beantrout, geomorphology
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Research Fellowship: Pool Response to Fine Sediment Loading from Dam Removal, White Salmon River, WashingtonFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $420
Erika Colaiacomoreservoir, sediment, erosion
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Research Fellowship: An Investigation of Natural Treatment Systems in Cold ClimatesFederal: $750
Non-Federal: $330
Katie Daviswastewater treatment, cold climate, denitrification
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Research Fellowship: Quantifying the Sensitivity of Spring Snowmelt Timing to the Diurnal Snowmelt CycleFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $420
Fred Kellnersnowmelt
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Research Fellowship: Invisible impacts of changing stream conditions: nongame fish assemblage response to changing stream temperaturesFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $840
Michael LeMoinefisheries, species
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Research Fellowship: Food web effects of stream invasion by Potamopyrgus antipodarum and interactions with eutrophicationFederal: $750
Non-Federal: $315
Eric Richinsaquatic nuisance species
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Research Fellowship: COLUMBIA RIVER TREATY RENEGOTIATION PROCESS: COLLABORATIVE IN WORD OR DEED?Federal: $500
Non-Federal: $210
Anthony Thompsontreaty, water agreement
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Research Fellowship: The Effect of Physiographic Parameters on the Spatial Distribution of Snow Water Equivalent: an Analysis of the Representativeness of the Lone Mountain SNOTEL SiteFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $440
Karl Wetlaufersnowpack, kriging, SNOTEL
2012MTAnnual BaseStudent Research Fellowship: Soil temperature and moisture controls on stream recharge from snowmelt events, Lost Horse Canyon, Bitterroot Mountains, MTFederal: $750
Non-Federal: $315
Brett Woelbersnowmelt, runoff
2012NCAnnual BaseAn Integrated Framework for Assessing the Dynamics of Population Growth, Land Use and Climate Change for Urban Water Resources ManagementFederal: $31,078
Non-Federal: $37,347
Emily Zechman, Sankarasubramanian Arumugamubanization, integrated water resources management, climate change, agent-based modeling, cellular automata
2012NCAnnual BaseEvaluation of the P Balance of a Restored, Previously Farmed WetlandFederal: $31,078
Non-Federal: $43,422
Michael Vepraskas, Jeffrey WhitePhosphorus, wetland, restoration
2012NCAnnual BaseNutrient retention and floodplain connectivity in restored Piedmont streamsFederal: $21,079
Non-Federal: $51,368
Sara McMillan, Greg JenningsNitrogen, Stream restoration, Biogeochemistry, Denitrification, Nitrification
2012NCAnnual BaseWRRI Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $4,442
Non-Federal: $24,018
Nicole Wilkinson
2012NDAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and CommunicationFederal: $11,450
Non-Federal: $22,903
G. Padmanabhan
2012NDAnnual BaseTile drain water: identification of sources and quality improvement by a constructed wetlandFederal: $10,375
Non-Federal: $20,750
Marinus OtteTile Drains, constructed wetlands, water quality, nutrients
2012NDAnnual BaseStudies of Seasonal Succession of Cyanobacteria and Green Algae at Heinrich-Martin Impoundment, North Dakota Federal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $15,001
Wei LinGreen Algae, Cyanobacteria, Impoundments, Seasonal Variation, Phytoplankton
2012NDAnnual BaseVegetative Filter Strips: A Best Management Practice (BMP) for feedlot runoff pollution control in North DakotaFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,000
Shafiqur RahmanBMP, Vegetative Buffer Strip, Feedlot runoff
2012NDAnnual BaseToward Understanding the Hydrologic Processes on Topographic Surfaces with Depressions - Development of a Physical-based Distributed Puddle-to-Puddle (P2P) Hydrologic ModelFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Xuefeng ChuHydrologic Processes, Overland Flow, Depression topography
2012NDAnnual BaseQuantifying Estrogens Bound to Soil and Manure Colloids and Assessing Their BioavailabilityFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Francis CaseyEstrogens, bioavailability, Soil and Manure colloids
2012NDAnnual BaseInvestigation of Bromate Formation in Ozone Disinfection Systems through Comprehensive Sampling, Water Quality Analysis, and Model SimulationFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Wei LinBromate, Ozone disinfection, simulation, treatment
2012NDAnnual BaseRole of Agricultural Drainage on Transport of Cryptosporidium oocysts in North DakotaFederal: $7,500
Non-Federal: $15,000
Khan Eakalak, John McEvoyAgricultural drainage, Cryptosporidium oocysts, Transport
2012NDAnnual BaseTemporal-spatial distribution (dynamics) of phytoplankton and diversity in relation to lake physical and chemical conditionFederal: $6,650
Non-Federal: $13,300
Wei LinLake water quality, phytoplankton, temporal-spatial distribution
2012NDAnnual BaseSorption, Degradation, and Mobility of 17Estradiol-17-Sulfate in Agricultural SoilsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Francis CaseySorption, Degradation,Mobility, Agricultural soils, Estradiol
2012NEAnnual BaseAnalysis of Potential Groundwater Trading Programs for NebraskaFederal: $19,700
Non-Federal: $39,840
Karina Schoengoldgroundwater trading, Republican River Basin
2012NEAnnual BaseDeveloping a two-tier screen to evaluate the health of Nebraska's wetlands Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Alan Kolok, Craig Allen, Paul Davisatrazine, frogs, wetlands, two-tier screening
2012NEAnnual BaseDirect Monitoring of Knickpoint ProgressionFederal: $23,238
Non-Federal: $46,566
David Admiraal, David AdmiraalKnickpoint, Erosion, Bed Stabilization, Sediment
2012NHAnnual BaseDetermining the Impact of Coal Tar Based Driveway Sealant on Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Concentrations in NH Waterbodies. Federal: $9,967
Non-Federal: $13,249
Alison Wattscoal tar sealant, PAHs, stormwater, sediment
2012NHAnnual BaseJames Hall Vegetated Roof Nutrient Removal Efficiency and Hydrologic ResponseFederal: $14,000
Non-Federal: $35,034
Robert Roseen, Thomas BallesteroStormwater, Vegetated Roofs, Cold Climate, Environmental Education, Water Resources
2012NHAnnual BaseParticipatory Water Quality Assessment Through the NH Lakes Lay Monitoring ProgramFederal: $8,070
Non-Federal: $37,343
Jeffrey Schloss
2012NJAnnual BasePerformance Assessment of Bioretention for Car Wash Runoff TreatmentFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Michele Bakacs, Steven Yergeaubioretention, rain gardens, car wash runoff
2012NJAnnual BaseApplication of Graphene-based Sorbents for Arsenic and Lead Removal from Drinking Water ResourcesFederal: $29,736
Non-Federal: $59,474
Shifeng Hou, Huan Fenggraphene-based sorbents, nanomaterials, arsenic, lead
2012NJAnnual BasenHFO-Microalgae and Immobilization for Water Quality ImprovementFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
Liping Weiarsenic, nHFO, microalgae
2012NJAnnual BasePredicting the matric potential of unsaturated porous media using nuclear magnetic resonanceFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,002
Sam Falzone, Kristina KeatingNMR, matric potential, vadose zone
2012NJAnnual BaseUnderstanding metabolic flux dynamics during hydrolytic and fermentative digestion of wastewater treatment sludge for enhanced ammonia-nitrogen removalFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Amanda Luther, Donna E. Fennellanaerobic digestion, nitrogen removal
2012NJAnnual BaseMitigation of Environmental Nitrogen Release by Enrichment of Hyper Ammonia Producing (HAP) Bacteria in Waste Treatment SystemsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Sunirat Rattana, Donna E. Fennellanaerobic biodegradation, waste treatment, nitrogen
2012NJAnnual BaseUrban wetland plant assemblage species diversity and invasive species dominance as expressions of flood regimeFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Laura Shappell, Lena Struweurban wetland, invasive species
2012NJAnnual BaseReductive Dehalogenation of Brominated Organic Compounds by Nano FeS ParticlesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Cynthia Steiner, Weilin Huanghalogenated organic contaminants, iron sulfide
2012NJAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $13,742
Non-Federal: $23,703
Christopher Obropta, Lisa Galloway Evrard
2012NMAnnual BaseGeographic Information System for Water Resources Research PlanningFederal: $36,105
Non-Federal: $15,127
Susanna Glaze
2012NMAnnual BaseUpdating the Digital Hydrogeologic-Framework Model of the Mesilla Basin Area with Specific Reference to the Transboundary Aquifer Assessment Project (TAAP)Federal: $33,750
Non-Federal: $14,176
John HawleyHydrology
2012NYAnnual BaseRelative Abundance of Blueback Herring (Alosa aestivalis) in Relation to Permanent and Removable Dams on the Mohawk RiverFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,146
Neil Ringler, Karin LimburgBlueback Herring, Dams, Mohawk River, Fisheries
2012NYAnnual BasePOLLUTION TRADE-OFFS ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF RIPARIAN ZONES AS BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICESFederal: $19,840
Non-Federal: $40,722
Philippe VidonRiparian Zones, Nitrate Removal, Nutrient Biogeochemistry, Greenhouse Gases
2012OHAnnual BaseMicrobial Modulation of Acidic Coal Mine Drainage Chemistry: Implications for Passive Treatment of MinewaterFederal: $22,754
Non-Federal: $45,720
John SenkoAcid mine drainage, iron-oxidizing bacteria, microbial communities
2012OHAnnual BaseIdentification of Microcystin Degrading Bacteria in the Grand Lake St. Marys and Lake Erie Western BasinFederal: $20,800
Non-Federal: $41,619
Xiaozhen MouMicrocystin degradation, microcystin-degrading bacteria, microbial remediation
2012OHAnnual BaseGreen-House-Gas budget of constructed wetlands: Understanding the sources to maximize benefitsFederal: $51,354
Non-Federal: $102,906
Gil BohrerWater Quality, Methane Flux, Carbon Sequestration, Constructed Wetlands
2012OHAnnual BaseDiscriminating Biotic and Abiotic Arsenic Release Processes under Highly Reduced Ground Water ConditionsFederal: $58,248
Non-Federal: $116,608
John Lenhart, Paula MouserArsenic, Methanogenesis, Biogeochemistry, Microbial Community
2012OKAnnual BaseImpact of Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent on Nitrogen Cycling by Stream BacteriaFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,557
Cindy Cisar, Jonathan Fisher, Joy Van Nostrandnitrogen cycle, bacteria, wastewater treatment plant effluent, antibiotics
2012OKAnnual BaseQuantitative assessment of climate variability and land surface change on streamflow decrease in the Upper Cimarron RiverFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Chris Zou, William Andrews, Juanjun GeCimarron River, climate variability, instream flow, land use and land cover change, streamflow
2012OKAnnual BaseIdentifying Nutrient Pathways to Streams: Sediment and Phosphorus Loads from Streambank Erosion and Failure in the Illinois River WatershedFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Garey Fox, Chad Penn, Daniel StormBank Stability, Phosphorus, Sediment, Streambank Erosion
2012OKAnnual BaseOWRRI Information TransferFederal: $17,348
Non-Federal: $31,622
Dave Engle, Leslie Elmore, Mike Langston
2012ORAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $56,605
Non-Federal: $127,771
Todd Jarvis, Todd JarvisWater Seminars, Water Film Series, Outreach
2012PAAnnual BasePennsylvania Water Resources Sustainability Surveys Federal: $50,000
Non-Federal: $100,446
Bryan Swistock, Elizabeth Boyer, Patricia Craig, Lysle SherwinWater Resources Survey Stakeholders Policy Planning Management Education
2012PAAnnual BaseInstrumenting Nature: Bringing real-time data into the K-12 curriculumFederal: $22,810
Non-Federal: $87,532
Charles ColeEducation, hydrology, schoolyard wetlands, weather
2012PAAnnual BaseStatistical Evaluation of Triclosan Measurements in Wastewater using ELISA protocol.Federal: $19,584
Non-Federal: $39,170
Holly FrederickEmerging contaminants, ELISA test, Wastewater treatment, triclosan
2012PAAnnual BaseEvaluation of Round Goby Habitat Disturbance and Impacts to Native Fish Populations.Federal: $19,243
Non-Federal: $52,164
Jay Stauffer, Jeanette SchnarsInvasive species, Round Goby, Benthic Species, Interspecific competition
2012PAAnnual BaseRemoval of Benzoic Acids by Anion Exchange Resins as Analogues for Natural Organic Matter and Emerging ContaminantsFederal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $105,212
Huichun ZhangAnion Exchange Resins, Benzoic Acids, Emerging Contaminants, Ion Exchange, Natural Organic Matter, Polanyi Theory, Polyparameter Linear Free Energy Relationship, Power Plant Make-up Water, Water Treatment
2012PRAnnual BaseField Demonstration of Removal of MS2 Bacteriophage and Bacillus subtilis with a Solar-Powered Engineered Experimental Drum Filtration and Disinfection (SEED) Unit Federal: $26,358
Non-Federal: $34,922
Sangchul HwangBacillus subtilis, E. coli, MS2 bacteriophage, removal
2012PRAnnual BaseMicrobial source tracking: The hunt for E. faecalis the dominant Enterococci among non-pigmented environmental enterococci in the water systems of Puerto Rico.Federal: $39,400
Non-Federal: $29,178
Luis Rios-Hernandez, Luis Rios-HernandezEnterococci, Ecology, Water quality
2012PRAnnual BaseAN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR THE DETECTION OF ESTROGENIC ACTIVITY IN A TROPICAL URBAN WATERSHED Federal: $39,200
Non-Federal: $85,912
Jorge Ortiz-Zayasbiomonitoring, health effects, pollutants, public health, rivers, runoff, trace organics, toxic substances, water chemistry, water quality monitoring, water quality
2012RIAnnual BaseA novel fabrication method for antibacterial membrane Federal: $17,054
Non-Federal: $35,080
Eugene Park, Stanley Barnettantibacterial, membrane, fiber
2012RIAnnual BaseClean Water Outreach in Rhode IslandFederal: $16,093
Non-Federal: $32,284
Harold Knickle, Geoffrey Bothun
2012RIAnnual BaseWave-Induced Pore Pressures in Remedial Caps in ReservoirsFederal: $16,540
Non-Federal: $34,813
Aaron Bradshawreservoirs, sediment remediation, caps, water waves, pore pressures
2012SCAnnual BaseEffects of Water Pollution on Fish Health in the Savannah RiverFederal: $59,862
Non-Federal: $132,068
Peter Van Den Hurk, Michael Pallerconservation, environmental risk assessment, biomarkers, fish toxicology, point sources, non-point sources
2012SCAnnual BaseA Modeling Study of Water Shortages in the Savannah River Basin: Sensitivity of Water Availability to Evaporative Loss and Climate ChangeFederal: $59,998
Non-Federal: $119,330
Nigel Kaye, John Saylorevaporation, drought, water resources management, basin-scale modeling, climate change
2012SDAnnual BaseEvaluation of the performance of two vegetated treatment systemsFederal: $8,250
Non-Federal: $17,002
Todd TrooienWastewater, feedlot, vegetated treatment system
2012SDAnnual BaseIdentifying barriers for adopting new drainage technology among agricultural producersFederal: $11,806
Non-Federal: $23,786
Nickolas Benesh, Jeppe KjaersgaardAgricultural management practices, Psychology, Tile drainage, Water quality,
2012SDAnnual BaseSubsurface Drainage Impacts on Evapotranspiration and WaterFederal: $39,286
Non-Federal: $78,594
Christopher Hay, Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Todd TrooienEvapotranspiration, Subsurface Drainage, Hydrology, DRAINMOD
2012SDAnnual BaseEvaluating the Nitrate-Removal Effectiveness of Denitrifying BioreactorsFederal: $39,286
Non-Federal: $78,614
Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Christopher Hay, Todd TrooienDenitrifying Bioreactors, Agricultural Drainage, Nitrate Removal, Conservation,
2012SDAnnual BaseEvaluation of wastewater produced in biomass pyrolysis processFederal: $22,720
Non-Federal: $45,250
Lin Wei, Todd TrooienWastewater, biomass, pyrolysis, biofuels, catalyst
2012SDAnnual BaseFY12 Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $17,768
Non-Federal: $35,579
Van Kelley, kevin dalsted, Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Trista Koropatnicki
2012SDAnnual BaseTest ProjectFederal: $187
Non-Federal: $247
Adam ColemanTest Keyword
2012TNAnnual BaseRainwater Harvesting as part of a Sustainable Urban Water Management StrategyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $43,247
Kevin Robinson, Kevin RobinsonRainwater Harvesting, Water Management, Water Conservation, Cooling Tower
2012TNAnnual BaseDetermining Channel Protection Flows in Urban Watersheds Through Effective Strategies for Stormwater Management and Stream RestorationFederal: $30,245
Non-Federal: $74,189
John Schwartz, John SchwartzTMDLs; Channel Protection; Stormwater Management; Stream Restoration Bank Erosion; Urbanization
2012TXAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $62,234
Non-Federal: $116,650
Neal Wilkins, Danielle Kalisek, Leslie Lee, Courtney Smith, Jaclyn Tech, Kevin Wagner, Ralph Wurbs, Kathy Wythe
2012TXAnnual BaseEvaluation of invasive aquatic species in TexasFederal: $21,617
Non-Federal: $64,117
Michael Masser, Elizabeth Edgerton, Lucas Gregory, Allen KnutsonInvasive aquatic species, evaluation, ecology
2012UTAnnual BaseUAV Monitoring and Assessment Applications in Municipal Water and Environmental Management ProblemsFederal: $70,332
Non-Federal: $94,888
David Rosenberg, Austin JensenRemote sensing, UAV, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, UAS, Unmanned Aerial System, Thermal Infrared, Near Infrared, Landfill Management, Management of Parks and Recreation, Wetlands, Riparian, Wetland Management, Flood Management, Flood Debris
2012UTAnnual BasePerformance of Stormwater Bioretention Systems in Utah’s Climate and Hydrologic ConditionsFederal: $24,037
Non-Federal: $78,523
Steven Burian, Christine PomeroyBioretention, Groundwater Recharge, Water Harvesting, Stormwater, Infiltration, Nutrient transport
2012UTAnnual BaseInformation Transfer in Support of the Utah Center for Water Resources Research (UCWRR)Federal: $10,959
Non-Federal: $20,115
R. Ivonne Harris, Carri RichardsOutreach, Publications, Web Page Development
2012VIAnnual BaseMicroirrigation for Sustainable Vegetable Production in the US Virgin IslandsFederal: $16,605
Non-Federal: $0
Dilip NandwaniMicroirrigation, Vegetables, Drip irrigation, Soil moisture, Water stress
2012VIAnnual BaseTerrestrial Sediment Delivery and Nearshore Water Turbidity A Case Study From the East End of St. Croix, USVIFederal: $21,007
Non-Federal: $0
Kynoch Reale-Munroe, Bernard Castillo, Carlos Ramos-ScharronSedimentation, erosion, water quality, turbidity, US Virgin Islands
2012VIAnnual BaseHigh-Resolution Mapping of Rainfall Rates Across the St Thomas MicroclimatesFederal: $22,366
Non-Federal: $0
David MorrisRainfall, Rate, Microclimatology, Monitoring, Data
2012VTAnnual BaseEvaluating effectiveness of BMP implementation on gravel roads to reduce sediment and phosphorus runoffFederal: $52,203
Non-Federal: $135,203
Beverley Wemple, Donald Rossroads, best management practices, BMPs, water quality, sediment, phosphorus
2012VTAnnual BaseDevelopment of monitoring buoy system for lake studiesFederal: $31,000
Non-Federal: $43,463
Jason Stockwell, Breck BowdenLake, monitoring, methods, in-situ
2012WAAnnual BaseResponse of River Runoff to Black Carbon in Snow and Ice in Washington StateFederal: $27,000
Non-Federal: $54,000
Susan Kaspari, Carey Gazisblack carbon, snowmelt, runoff timing and magnitude
2012WAAnnual BaseProgress towards assessing the large-scale impacts of forest fires on runoff erosion across the Pacific NorthwestFederal: $27,000
Non-Federal: $54,048
Jennifer Adamerosion modeling fires
2012WAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $3,472
Non-Federal: $6,984
Michael Barber, Michael BarberOutreach, Information Transfer
2012WVAnnual BaseIdentifying Geomorphic Design Parameters to Improve Flood Control and Water QualityFederal: $65,649
Non-Federal: $154,923
Leslie Hopkinson, Ben Mack, John Quarantaheadwater stream mitigation, fluvial geomorphic landform design, valley-fill design
2012WVAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Drinking Water Well Sampling Protocol to Establish Baseline Data Prior to Horizontal Drilling of Gas WellsFederal: $112,686
Non-Federal: $225,393
Jennifer Hause, Melissa O'Neal, Tamara Vandivort, Paul Ziemkiewiczhorizontal drilling, gas wells, Marcellus Shale, sampling, hydraulic fracturing, flowback water, produced water, drilling muds, water quality, environmental impact, West Virginia, Monongahela River Basin
2012WVAnnual BaseStable isotope fingerprinting of waters in area of accelerating Marcellus shale gas development Federal: $40,000
Non-Federal: $80,120
Shikha Sharma, Shikha SharmaStable Isotope, Fingerprint, Groundwater aquifers, surface waters, coal mine drainage
2012WYAnnual BaseA Treatise on Wyoming Water LawFederal: $4,588
Non-Federal: $39,598
Lawrence MacDonnellWater Law, Prior Appropriation, Water Rights
2012WYAnnual BaseIntegrated Accelerated Precipitation Softening (APS) - Microfiltration (MF) Assembly and Process Development to Maximize Water Recovery During Energy Production and CO2 SequestrationFederal: $18,080
Non-Federal: $134,647
Jonathan Brant, Dongmei LiReverse Osmosis, Energy Exploration Produced Water, Concentrate Management, Accelerated Precipitation Softening
2012WYAnnual BaseMulti-frequency Radar and Precipitation Probe Analysis of the Impact of Glaciogenic Cloud Seeding on SnowFederal: $34,270
Non-Federal: $244,800
Bart GeertsWeather Modification, Snow Measurement
2012WYAnnual BaseDecadal Scale Estimates of Forest Water Yield After Bark Beetle Epidemics in Southern WyomingFederal: $63,510
Non-Federal: $511,785
Brent Ewers, Urszula Norton, Elise Pendall, Ramesh SivanpillaiBark Beetles, Water Yield, Forest Succession
2011AKAnnual BaseIntegrating Remote Sensing and Local Knowledge to Monitor Seasonal River Ice DynamicsFederal: $22,290
Non-Federal: $11,034
Knut Kiellandice dynamics, integrated assessment, local knowledge, remote sensing, river conditions, travel, risk, hazards
2011AKAnnual BaseUAA Wellfield: Research and Teaching Applications, Phase IIFederal: $16,100
Non-Federal: $32,224
Bryce Willems, LeeAnn MunkGroundwater, Water Quality, Anchorage Watershed
2011AKAnnual BaseDeveloping high-resolution strontium isotope maps of Alaskan Rivers to track pacific salmon migrations: The Nushagak River as a case study to evaluate spatial and seasonal variability. Federal: $20,098
Non-Federal: $9,949
Matthew WoollerWestern Alaskan Rivers, salmon migration, strontium isotopes, biodiversity, conservation.
2011AKAnnual BasePharmaceutical Trace Study to Identify Microbial Pathogens Sources in and around Rural Alaskan Waste SitesFederal: $20,705
Non-Federal: $10,249
David BarnesPathogens, Solid Waste, Pharmaceuticals, Total Coliform, E. coli, Enterococcus
2011ALAnnual BaseDevelopment of an In-situ Capable Method for Detecting Pathogenic Bacteria in the Alabama Water SuppliesFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $51,853
Ahjeong SonPathogenic Bacteria, E. coli )157:H7, nanoparticle, DNA, in-situ detection,micro-fluidics
2011ALAnnual BaseForage and Fertilization Management Practices to Ensure Quality of Runoff from Pasture Under Grazing Beef CattleFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,001
Russell Muntifering, Yucheng Feng, Thomas McCaskey, Frank Owsley, Charles WoodWatershed Management, Water Quality, Runnoff, Agriculture, Nutrients, Bacteria, Suspended Sediments
2011ALAnnual BaseUtilizing Greywater for Landscape and Green Roof IrrigationFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,105
Amy Wright, Charlene LeBleuWastewater Irrigation, Water Reuse, Irrigation Scheduling, Landscape Management, Salinity, Urban Water Systems, Water Harvesting
2011ARAnnual BaseEvaluation of septic system absorption field products with differing architectures in a profile-limited soilFederal: $15,389
Non-Federal: $31,074
Kristofor Bryehousehold wastewater, wastewater treatment, septic systems, absorption field
2011ARAnnual BaseIncreasing awareness for water quality protection: Stream restoration through temporary and permanent animal access restrictionsFederal: $10,634
Non-Federal: $37,001
Dirk Philipp, Kelly BryantWater quality, stream restoration, livestock production
2011ARAnnual BaseContinued Investigation of Land Use and Best Management Practices on the Strawberry River WatershedFederal: $14,000
Non-Federal: $31,969
Jennifer Bouldin, Richard WarbyBank stability, aquatic macroinvertebrates, water quality, aqueous and sediment toxicity, nutrients
2011ARAnnual BaseAssessment of the microbial population in Beaver Lake swim beach regions to determine origin of fecal pollutionFederal: $21,003
Non-Federal: $42,012
Kristen Gibson, Steven Rickemicrobial source tracking, ultrafiltration
2011ARAnnual BaseArkansas Water Resources Center Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $17,439
Non-Federal: $20,325
Brian HaggardConference, Newsletters, Web interface, Citizen Science
2011AZAnnual BaseCharacterization of Chelating Agents in Non-regulated Water Sources on Navajo LandsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $23,731
Jani IngramSpeciation, Uranium, Unregulated Wells
2011AZAnnual BaseHydrology Versus Ecology: The Effectiveness of Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment in a Semi-arid ClimateFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $22,771
Daniel Childers, Laura Turnbullhydrology, nutrient dynamics, plant uptake, pollution control, wastewater, water chemistry, water quality management, wetlands
2011AZAnnual BaseIodinated Disinfection By-product Formation from Water Reuse PracticesFederal: $9,886
Non-Federal: $20,518
Shane Snyderwater reuse, iodide, trihalomethane, NOM
2011AZAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $57,249
Non-Federal: $105,949
Sharon Megdal, Susanna Eden
2011COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $37,371
Non-Federal: $171,667
Reagan WaskomTechnology Transfer, Information Dissemination
2011COAnnual BaseEnvironmental Impacts of Ag-to-Urban Water Rights Transfers in the South Platte River BasinFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,781
Mazdak ArabiWater Supply, irrigation, water transfers
2011COAnnual BaseAquifer Storage and Recovery OptimizationFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,750
Reagan Waskomwater storage, ASR
2011COAnnual BaseVariables Controlling Reservoir Sedimentation in the Colorado Front RangeFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,700
Ellen Wohlland cover, GIS
2011CTAnnual BaseTesting Methods used for DNA Barcoding of Environmental Samples from the Eightmile River for Diatom (Bacillariophyta) Identification.Federal: $10,690
Non-Federal: $21,420
Diba Khan-Bureau, Louise Lewis, Gary A. Robbinsdiatoms, bioindicators, water quality, molecular analysis, DNA barcoding, environmental sampling, universal primers
2011CTAnnual BasePost-audit Verification of the Model SWMM for Low Impact Development Federal: $30,137
Non-Federal: $58,960
Michael Dietz, John Clausen
2011CTAnnual BaseCTIWR Technology TransferFederal: $44,426
Non-Federal: $77,061
Glenn Warner, Patricia Bresnahan
2011DCAnnual BaseGIS-based Ecosystem Service Analysis of Urban Green Infrastructure as a Tool for Attaining Water and Air Quality Objectives in the District of ColumbiaFederal: $10,100
Non-Federal: $4,646
Tolessa Deksissastormwater, tree covers, carbon sequestration
2011DCAnnual BaseMonitoring of Glyphosate and its Degradation of Residue by Phosphorus-31 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyFederal: $14,000
Non-Federal: $6,440
Xueqing SongGlyphosphate, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
2011DCAnnual BaseUrban Stormwater Runoff Prediction Using Computational Intelligence MethodsFederal: $10,800
Non-Federal: $4,968
Nian Zhang, Pradeep BeheraNonpoint Source Pollution, Urban Runoff, Stormwater Management, Water Quality, Neural Network, Prediction
2011DCAnnual BasePollution Source Identification in Washington DC storm-water using Bayesian ChemicalFederal: $14,983
Non-Federal: $49,525
Arash Massoudieh, Ali Arab, Tolessa DeksissaLow Impact Development, Chemical Mass Balance, Source Identification, Statistical Analysis, Urban Runoff
2011DCAnnual BaseHormone Disruption and Environmental Pollutants in Anacostia and Potomac River Fish, Washington DCFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $34,993
Stephen MacAvoy, Cathy SchaeffPAH, Sediment, Biogeochemistry, Reproductive health of Fish, Pollution, bioaccumulation
2011DCAnnual BaseIntegrated Water Use Impact Assessment for DC urban InfrastructureFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $40,972
Royce FrancisLife-cycle impact assessment, Life-cycle cost analysis, Multi-criteria decision analysis; Infrastructure sustainablility
2011DCAnnual BaseMetropolitan Washington Public Officials Water Leadership ProgramFederal: $12,452
Non-Federal: $26,967
Howard Ways, Catherine ShrierLocal water issues, Professional development, Leadership training
2011DEAnnual BaseSediment Transport through Historic Mill Dams of the Christina River BasinFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $7,000
James Pizzuto, Kimberly Teoli
2011DEAnnual BasePredation of Bacteria by the White Rot Fungi, Pleurotus ostreatusFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Anastasia Chirnside, John Harris
2011DEAnnual BaseWhite Clay Creek Wild and Scenic Shad Restoration ProjectFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Gerald Kauffman, Chelsea Halley
2011FLAnnual BaseCoupled Biological/Chemical Systems for Maximizing Phosphorus Removal from Natural WatersFederal: $32,143
Non-Federal: $64,286
Treavor Boyer, Mark Brownadvanced oxidation processes, phosphorus, algae treatment, ozone, sodium percarbonate, sodium perborate, hydrogen peroxide, UV, calcium, natural organic matter, Everglades, nutrients
2011FLAnnual BaseSustainable Urban Infrastructure and Water Loss Management Including a Case Study of Sanford FloridaFederal: $69,412
Non-Federal: $138,828
James HeaneyUrban water, demand management, water loss control, water use efficiency modeling
2011FLAnnual BaseWatershed Management in the face of EPA's New Numeric Nutrient Criteria for Florida WatersFederal: $73,600
Non-Federal: $152,400
Wendy GrahamNumeric Nutrient Criteria, Paleolimnology, Best Management Practices, Hydrologic, Processes, Riverine Nutrient Dynamics, Aquatic Ecology, Environmental Policy, Systems Modeling
2011FLAnnual BaseFlorida Water Resources Information TransferFederal: $27,947
Non-Federal: $6,694
Kirk Hatfield, Mark NewmanInformation Transfer
2011FLAnnual BaseIn-Filling Missing Daily Rain Gauge Data Using Radar Rainfall Data: Influence of Homogeneous Rain AreasFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,500
Ramesh TeegavarapuNEXRAD, Rain gauge data, Homogeneous Rain areas, South Florida Water Management District, In-filling, Missing Data, mathematical programming, spatial analysis, GIS
2011GAAnnual BaseFlood Risk and Homeowners' Flood Risk Perceptions: Evidence from Property Prices in GeorgiaFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Susana Ferreira, Susana FerreiraFloods, Natural Disasters, Climate Change, Hedonic Pricing, Adaptation, Coastal areas, Flood Risk, Flood Maps, Flood Risk Perception, Hurricanes, Tropical Storms, Georgia
2011GAAnnual BaseAssessment of endocrine disruption in fish and estrogenic potency of waters in GeorgiaFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Robert Bringolf, Cecil Jennings, Jeffrey ZuiderveenIntersex, wastewater, reproductive fitness, surface water
2011GAAnnual BaseImpact of Upstream Water Use on Salinity and Ecology of Apalachicola BayFederal: $58,000
Non-Federal: $116,000
Philip Roberts, Philip RobertsSalinity; Ecology; Hydrology; Estuarine
2011GUAnnual BasePresenting 'Guam Water Kids': Private, DoDEA School Outreach/Teacher Relations Program Federal: $7,620
Non-Federal: $0
Arretta Card, Arretta Cardwater resources, aquifer, groundwater, surface water, watershed, Guam, hydrological cycle, ground water, non-source pollution, non-point pollution, conservation.
2011GUAnnual BaseComprehensive Analysis of Salinity Trends in Northern Guam Lens AquiferFederal: $25,595
Non-Federal: $0
John Jenson, Mark Landergroundwater availability, groundwater quality
2011GUAnnual BaseReconstructing the Sea Surface Temperature and Wet-Dry Climate History of GuamFederal: $30,475
Non-Federal: $0
John Jenson, Mark Landerwest Pacific climate record, coral, seawater chemistry
2011GUAnnual BaseSediment Analysis and Modeling of the Ugum Watershed in Southern GuamFederal: $17,415
Non-Federal: $0
Charles Luo, Shahram Khosrowpanahturbidity, sediment concentration, LUOM-SED, distributed watershed modeling
2011GUAnnual BasePresenting 'CNMI Water Kids': Public School Outreach/Teacher Relations ProgramFederal: $17,887
Non-Federal: $0
Arretta Cardwater resources, aquifer, groundwater, surface water, watershed, CNMI, hydrological cycle, ground water, non-source pollution, non-point pollution, conservation.
2011GUAnnual BaseReconfiguration of Saipan’s Water Distribution System Model Federal: $27,252
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram Khosrowpanah, Leroy Heitz, Mariano Igleciasdistribution systems, model studies, water system operation, water production, water demand
2011GUAnnual BaseEnvironmental Impact of FUDS and Brownfields Sites in Watersheds on the Eastern Side of Saipan. Phase 1: Contaminant Analysis of Soil and SedimentsFederal: $35,647
Non-Federal: $0
John Starmer, Gary Dentonpollution monitoring and assessment, dumpsites, heavy metals, pesticides, PCBs, drainage pathways, sediment, soil and biota analysis, Saipan, Micronesia
2011GUAnnual BaseWater System Leak Detection Training for Saipan, Commonwealth Utilities Corporation (CUC)Federal: $14,180
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram Khosrowpanahwater resources, training, education, operations and maintenance
2011GUAnnual BaseHeavy Metal Status of Soils and Stream Sediments Impacted by Leachate from a Municipal Dump in Yap State, Federated States of MicronesiaFederal: $4,500
Non-Federal: $0
Christina Fillmedmunicipal dump, soil, sediments, leachate contamination, heavy metals
2011GUAnnual BaseIdentifying Watershed Discharge Patterns and Linkages with Ecological Assemblages in Nimpal Area, Yap State, Federated States of MicronesiaFederal: $20,240
Non-Federal: $0
Peter Houk, Yimnang Golbuuwater quality, seagrass-and-macroalgae ecology, nutrients, marine protected areas, adaptive management
2011GUAnnual BaseDeveloping Flow Duration Curves for Use in Hydropower Analysis at Ungaged Sites in Kosrae, Federated States of MicronesiaFederal: $22,292
Non-Federal: $0
Shahram Khosrowpanah, Leroy Heitzhydropower, flow duration curves, streams
2011GUAnnual BaseAtoll Water Budget Modeling: Information Transfer and Training for the Federated States of MicronesiaFederal: $10,300
Non-Federal: $0
John Jensonatoll island aquifers
2011GUAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $22,797
Non-Federal: $0
Gary DentonInformation Transfer, Education, Water Resources
2011HIAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $6,262
Non-Federal: $11,918
Philip Moravciktechnology transfer
2011HIAnnual BaseLong-term aspects of high-elevation rainfall and climate change, OFederal: $50,168
Non-Federal: $104,180
David Beilmanclimate change, rainfall, stable isotopes, sediments, groundwater recharge
2011HIAnnual BaseDevelopment of an Advanced Surface Tensiometer for Measuring Water QualityFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,391
Yi ZuoSurface tension, water quality, atomic force microscopy
2011HIAnnual BaseReshaping the Regulatory Framework for Hawaii Aquaculture - Water Quality Standards, Coastal Fishponds, and Shellfish GroundsFederal: $11,046
Non-Federal: $25,674
David Pennfishpond, shellfish, standards, Hawaii
2011HIAnnual BaseAddressing Sewage Contamination of Nawiliwili Streams and Kalapaki BeachFederal: $50,182
Non-Federal: $97,404
Marek Kirs, Joseph Lichwa, Philip Moravcik
2011HIAnnual BaseIsland DirectorFederal: $27,616
Non-Federal: $56,926
Philip Moravcik
2011IAAnnual BaseIdentifying the primary sources of sediment in an anthropogenically altered watershed Year 2Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $21,396
Thanos Papanicolaou, Marian Muste, Douglas Schnoebelen, Larry Weber, Christopher WilsonSediment sources, Water quality, Phosphorus, Sediment transport
2011IAAnnual BaseCommunity-wide Urban Storm Water Planning Utilizing LiDAR, the WinSLAMM Model and GISFederal: $51,453
Non-Federal: $109,965
Ramanathan Sugumaran, John DeGroote, John VoorheesLiDAR, GIS, Water volume and source load model, Storm Water, planning, BMP
2011IAAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProjectFederal: $46,296
Non-Federal: $111,454
Richard Cruse, James Newman
2011IDAnnual BaseImproving Idaho Infrastructure through Long-term Monitoring of Sediment TransportFederal: $11,745
Non-Federal: $25,299
Elowyn YagerBedload, suspended sediment transport, sediment traps
2011IDAnnual BaseConstructing a local meteoric water line for the Treasure Valley, IdahoFederal: $14,974
Non-Federal: $30,602
Alejandro Flores, Shawn BennerMeteoric water line, stable isotopes, precipitation
2011IDAnnual BaseModeling Dynamic Feedback between Surface and Groundwater Systems: Implications for the Economics of Conjunctive ManagementFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,372
Kelly CobournConjunctive Management, Agriculture, Irrigation, Dynamic Resource Allocation, Groundwater, Surface Water, Hydraulic Feedback, Snake Plain
2011IDAnnual BaseDevelopment of the Idaho Watershed Digital LibraryFederal: $11,796
Non-Federal: $5,299
Devin Becker, Jodi HaireLibrary, Watershed
2011ILAnnual BaseInfluence of Algal/ Bacterial Interactions on Denitrification in Stream BiofilmsFederal: $22,672
Non-Federal: $46,760
John Kelly, Kimberly Gray, Christopher Peterson, Miguel RojasEcology, Denitrification, Biofilms
2011ILAnnual BaseCharacterization of Critical Shear Stresses and Bank Material Erosion Rates on Gravelly Stream Banks through Development of a New In Situ Experimental ApparatusFederal: $28,985
Non-Federal: $57,313
Marcelo Garcia, David WatermanStream Bank Erosion, Meandering Streams, Experimental Methods
2011ILAnnual BaseTransfering Water Research to the People of IllinoisFederal: $34,578
Non-Federal: $34,233
Lisa Merrifield, Carla BlueInformation Transfer
2011INAnnual BaseHow does agricultural activity influence stream ecosystem nitrogen cycling? A multi-stressor assessment of synergistic and antagonistic effects.Federal: $13,000
Non-Federal: $26,001
Melody Bernotagricultural contaminants, nonpoint pollution, streams, toxicology
2011INAnnual BaseNiche breadth variation with seasonal changes in local habitats: fish assemblages of the Wabash River Federal: $13,000
Non-Federal: $27,298
Mark PyronFish assemblages, geomorphology, hydrology, substrates
2011INAnnual BaseHabitat Use and Movements of Shovelnose Sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus platorynchus, in the Wabash River, IndianaFederal: $10,803
Non-Federal: $21,605
Reuben GoforthRiver Fish Ecology, Shovelnose Sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus
2011INAnnual BaseReduction of phosphorus concentration in the Wabash River by an environmentally-friendly nanoparticleFederal: $12,868
Non-Federal: $25,847
Dong ChenPhosphorus, eutrophication, gypsum, surface runoff, nutrients, algae
2011INAnnual BaseTowards a better understanding of E. coli ecology in open streamsFederal: $10,664
Non-Federal: $21,328
Ronald TurcoE. coli, Water Quality
2011INAnnual BasePollution Prevention Through Better Management of Fertilizers, Pesticides, and Salts In Tanks and On TrailersFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,002
Fred Whitfordspills, tank location, pollution prevention, trailers, fiberglass tank
2011KSAnnual BaseGovernor's Water ConferenceFederal: $45,724
Non-Federal: $96,518
Dan DevlinWater, Information Transfer, Sedimentation
2011KYAnnual BaseEffects of streambed sediments on the fate of selenium in eastern Kentucky watersheds contaminated with surface coal mining operationsFederal: $4,996
Non-Federal: $10,002
Yi-Tin Wangselenium, biotransformation, transport, reactors
2011KYAnnual BaseSewage to fertilizer: a proposed solution to water pollutionFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $14,653
Rebecca Kelleynutirent removal, filamentous algae, sewage
2011KYAnnual BaseUse of gene expression in longear sunfish and green sunfish as a biomarker of polychlorinated biphenyl and metal exposureFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Ben Brammellendocrine active compounds, biomarkers, contaminants
2011KYAnnual BaseUsing the stability of soil moisture distribution to understand soil system modularity and complexity at the landscape scaleFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,190
Ole Wendroth, Junfeng Zhuvadose zone, watershed processes, electrical resistivity
2011KYAnnual BaseDelineating solute inputs to the headwaters portion of the Cane Run/Royal Spring basinFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,532
Alan Fryar, James Dingerwater quality, karst aquifer, nutirents
2011KYAnnual BaseQuasi-real time sediment discharge measurements using inexpensive experimental technologyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,040
James Foxsensor technology, suspended sediment, flow rate
2011KYAnnual BaseMetagenomic analysis of microbial urea transformation in soilFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,034
Luke Moe, Mark Coyneurease inhibitors, microbial processes, biotransformations
2011KYAnnual BaseOrdination of fish morphological characteristics to investigate intraspecific differences of largemouth bass and paddlefish due to the construction of modern navigation dams on the Ohio River, USAFederal: $4,060
Non-Federal: $8,120
Tamara Slusstrophic shifts, ordination analysis
2011KYAnnual BaseThe effects of prescribed fire on amphibian diversityFederal: $4,997
Non-Federal: $10,716
Howard Whitemanfreshwater ecology, community dynamics, species richness
2011KYAnnual BaseBy-proxy monitoring of aqueous nitrate photolysis and the effect of hydroxl radicalFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Matthew Neephotochemical reactions, infrared vibrational spectroscopy
2011KYAnnual BaseArsenic removal from water with functionalized magnetic nanoparticlesFederal: $4,612
Non-Federal: $13,983
David Atwoodarsenic, water treatment, filtration
2011KYAnnual BaseKentucky information transfer activitiesFederal: $38,670
Non-Federal: $66,399
Lindell Ormsbee, Anna Hoover, Jim Kippsymposium, Internet, WWW
2011KYAnnual BaseUse of gene expression in longear sunfish (Lepomis megalotis) and green sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus) as a biomarker of polychlorinated biphenyl and metal exposureFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,736
David Peyton, Ben Brammellnucleic acid sequences, contaminant exposure, contaminant detection
2011LAAnnual BaseDevelopment of a 2D Hydrodynamic Model of the Mississippi River and Application To Long-Term Management Scenarios, Contaminant Transport and Sediment TransportFederal: $15,600
Non-Federal: $37,883
Clinton Willson, Clinton WillsonMississippi River Hydrodynamics, Fate-and-Transport, Sediment Transport
2011LAAnnual BaseLouisiana Watershed Education Initiative for Environmental Sustainability Federal: $15,855
Non-Federal: $31,869
Zhi-Qiang DengEnvironmental Sustainability, Nonpoint Source Pollution, Watershed Excellence
2011LAAnnual BaseFeasibility Study of Scavenging Approach to Stop Saltwater Toward Water WellsFederal: $15,606
Non-Federal: $31,563
Frank TsaiScavenger Well, Uncertainty, Chance Constraint, Model Averaging, Prediction, Saltwater Intrusion, Aquifer, Subsurface, Modeling, Optimization, Management
2011LAAnnual BaseTurbulent Interactions of Coastal Vegetation and WavesFederal: $15,832
Non-Federal: $31,710
Heather SmithWaves, vegetation, wetlands, turbulence
2011MAAnnual BaseA Remote Sensing Algal Production Model to Monitor Water Quality and Nonpoint Pollution in New England LakesFederal: $4,984
Non-Federal: $10,029
Mi-Hyun Parknutrients, eutrophication, algal blooms, remote sensing, GIS
2011MAAnnual BaseMonitoring and Understanding Water Quality at Three Potential Charles River Swimming SitesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $12,775
Ferdi HellwegerCharles River, swimming, E. coli
2011MAAnnual BaseElucidation of the Rates and Extents of Pharmaceutical Biotransformation during NitrificationFederal: $29,953
Non-Federal: $77,311
Andrew Ramsburgnutrient control, pharmaceutical, biodegradation, nitrification, process model
2011MAAnnual BaseAssessing Human Impacts on Sediment and Contaminant Trapping within Oxbow Lake, Northampton, MassachusettsFederal: $4,999
Non-Federal: $12,678
Jonathan Woodruff, Jonathan WoodruffMercury, Floodplain, Sediment, Oxbow Lake, Connecticut River
2011MAAnnual BaseAuthentic Research Projects for Undergraduates based on Groundwater Contamination Issues Related to ArsenicFederal: $9,096
Non-Federal: $18,964
Julian Tyson, Julian TysonArsenic, groundwater, undergraduate education
2011MAAnnual BaseWater Resources Research ConferenceFederal: $21,681
Non-Federal: $21,910
Paula Rees, Marie-Francoise Hatte
2011MDAnnual BaseRelating pollutant and water quality parameters to landuse in a subwatershed of the Choptank River watershed Federal: $22,500
Non-Federal: $47,825
Alba Torrents, Cathleen HapemanWater quality, multi-variable, survey, poultry houses, Eastern Shore, antibiotics, heavy metals, nutrients, bacteria
2011MDAnnual BaseMaryland Water 2011 - SymposiumFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $5,383
Kaye Brubaker
2011MDAnnual BaseRegional Flood Risk Initiative Seed FundsFederal: $15,012
Non-Federal: $33,336
Kaye Brubaker, Gregory Baecher
2011MDAnnual BaseEnvironmental Suitability of Fly Ash Use in Highway Structural Fills (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $14,988
Kaye Brubaker, Ahmet Aydilek
2011MDAnnual BaseThe Effects of Mill Dams on Suspended Sediment Yield, Northern Baltimore County, Maryland (Graduate Fellowship)Federal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $15,776
Kaye Brubaker
2011MDAnnual BaseDemonstration of Integrated Stormwater & Wastewater Treatment in WaterShed, Maryland’s Solar Decathlon 2011 EntryFederal: $25,107
Non-Federal: $56,072
Amy GardnerSustainable design, greywater, domestic, residential, on-site treatment
2011MDAnnual BaseAn Innovative Learning Tool in Communicating Flood Risk ManagementFederal: $23,631
Non-Federal: $49,635
Bahram MomenCloud computing, Collaborative learning, Community demographics, Computer-assisted decision support system (DSS), Computer technology, FEMA National Flood Hazard Layer (NFHL), Floodplain Management Program, Flood risk management, Geographic information system (GIS), Google Earth™, Interactive visualization, Model-building, Multi-Hazard Loss Estimation Methodology (HAZUS-MH), National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), Realistic visualization, Risk communication, Scientific literacy
2011MEAnnual BaseRelease of Metals to Groundwater from Ultramafic Rocks on Deer Isle, MaineFederal: $9,083
Non-Federal: $59,650
Amanda Olsen48. Contaminant Transport 90. Geochemistry 101. Groundwater Quality 106. Heavy Metals 149. Mineralogy 
 150. Mining 225. Soil Chemistry 251. Toxic Substances 
 252. Trace Elements 266. Water Chemistry
2011MEAnnual BaseComplex systems assessment of biogeochemical factors and microbial community members associated with naturally occurring uranium contamination in groundwater resourcesFederal: $7,250
Non-Federal: $80,735
Paula Mouser, Charles Hess, Jean Macrae, Robert Marvinney, Donna Rizzo, Andy TolmanBacteria, Biotechnology, Geochemistry, Groundwater Quality, Heavy Metals, Mathematical Models, Statistics
2011MEAnnual BaseIdentification of the determinants of fish tissue mercury concentrations in temperate lakes: Factors to be considered in the establishment or revision of fish consumption advisoriesFederal: $23,400
Non-Federal: $46,333
Aria Amirbahman, Stephen NortonGeochemistry, Lakes, Pollutants, Water Quality Monitoring, Water Chemistry
2011MEAnnual BasePrototype Development of SimStream, a Computer-Based Immersive Learning-Environment for Introducing Environmental Systems Concepts to Middle-School StudentsFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $48,177
Shaleen Jain, Mike Scott
2011MEAnnual BaseMaine Information TransferFederal: $37,405
Non-Federal: $38,604
John PeckenhamInformation Transfer, Outreach
2011MIAnnual BaseNatural Resources Integrated Information SystemFederal: $21,415
Non-Federal: $43,339
Jon BartholicData Analysis, Data Storage and Retrieval, Information Dissemination, System Analysis, Geographic Information Systems, Water Use, Water Quantity, Water Quality Management, Watershed Management
2011MIAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and Technology Transfer Training ProgramsFederal: $25,920
Non-Federal: $53,364
Lois WolfsonWater Quality; Water Quantity, Watershed Management; Interactive Web-based Systems; Water Withdrawals; Exotic Species, Lake Management; Native Shoreline
2011MIAnnual BaseDeveloping Advanced Modeling Tools for Red Cedar Watershed PlanningFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $37,989
Yi Shi, Phanikumar Manthawatershed, integrated decision support system, water quality, and water quantity
2011MIAnnual BaseInterdisciplinary Water Science and Policy Modeling WorkgroupFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,574
Jinhua Zhao, Jon Bartholiccoupled human and natural systems; interdisciplinary collaboration
2011MIAnnual BaseBuilding a Transforming Framework for Resilient Policy Option and Water Resource Management for Michigan and InternationallyFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $31,808
Karim Maredia, Jon MacDonagh-Dumlerwater management, resilience
2011MNAnnual BaseStratigraphic Distribution and Mineralogical Sources of Arsenic to Minnesota Glacial AquifersFederal: $32,500
Non-Federal: $57,488
Brandy Toner, Edward Naterarsenic, glacial aquifer, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, GIS, mineralogy
2011MNAnnual BaseThe Role of Sulfate Reduction in Sediment of the St. Louis River Estuary: Phase II Federal: $27,500
Non-Federal: $36,360
Nathan Johnsonsediment, sulfate reduction, mercury, biogeochemistry
2011MNAnnual BasePersistence of the Fecal Indicator Bacteroides in Sand and SedimentFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,400
Michael Sadowsky, Randall Hicksfecal indicator bacteria, Bacteroides, sand, sediments, Lake Superior, microbial source tracking
2011MOAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $63,808
Non-Federal: $125,738
Thomas Clevenger
2011MOAnnual BaseMicrobiological Characterization and Ecological Control of Membrane Biofouling in Side Stream Municipal Sewage Treatment Reactors Operated for NitrificationFederal: $44,480
Non-Federal: $98,404
Daniel OetherMicrobiological Characterization,Ecological Control, Membrane Biofouling, Sewage Treatment Reactors, Nitrification
2011MSAnnual BaseWater quality and other ecosystem services in wetlands managed for waterfowl in MississippiFederal: $14,150
Non-Federal: $28,368
Richard Kaminski, Amy SpencerEcosystems, sedimentation, water quality, water resources development, wetlands
2011MSAnnual BaseComparisons of Indigenous and Selected Bacterial Degrading Pentachlorophenol (PCP) Consortiums for Remediation of PCP Contaminated GroundwaterFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,000
M Prewitt, Hamid Borazjani, Ken WillefordWater quality, groundwater contamination
2011MSAnnual BaseDeveloping rapid methods for dating of sediments in Mississippi using ICP-MSFederal: $6,508
Non-Federal: $13,017
James CizdzielWater quality, wetlands,contaminant transport mechanisms, sedimentation
2011MTAnnual BaseMethods for estimating wetland evapotranspiration through groundwater flow modeling of diurnal groundwater fluctuationsFederal: $14,900
Non-Federal: $29,800
Kevin ChandlerWetlands; Evapotranspiration; Diurnal groundwater fluctuations; groundwater flow modeling
2011MTAnnual BaseUsing 222Rn and Isotopic Tracers to Trace Groundwater-Lake InteractionsFederal: $10,622
Non-Federal: $34,865
Glenn ShawGroundwater/Lake Interactions, Radon-222, Mountain Groundwater, Tracer Hydrology, Nutrients
2011MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Development and Testing of a Model that Assesses the Effects of the Stress of Climate Change on Ecosystem ConditionFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $850
William KleindlClimate change, model, climatic stress
2011MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Population-scale effects of hypoxia on the distribution and abundance of fishes in Silver Bow CreekFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $638
Joe NaughtonSilver Bow Creek, electrofishing, trout, sucker, dead zone
2011MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: An investigation of drought climatology, vulnerability and mitigation in the Clark Fork River Basin of MontanaFederal: $1,000
Non-Federal: $425
Molly SmithClark Fork River Basin, drought, mitigation, Montana State Water Plan,
2011MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Evaluating availability and use of coldwater thermal refugia for native and nonnative salmonids: implications for Arctic grayling conservation in MontanaFederal: $2,000
Non-Federal: $850
Shane VatlandArctic grayling, Big Hole River, Montana, col water refugia, coldwater habitat
2011MTAnnual BaseStudent Fellowship: Effects of the mountain pine beetle on snow hydrology in MontanaFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $638
Chris Welchmountain pine beetle, snow, climate change, snowpack, streamflow, hydrology
2011MTAnnual BaseStatewide Education and OutreachFederal: $39,993
Non-Federal: $88,582
Steve Guettermanneducation, water resource education, watershed management, water resource management
2011NCAnnual BaseUncertainty in Surface Water Availability over North Carolina due to climate and land use changesFederal: $25,664
Non-Federal: $44,601
Sankarasubramanian Arumugam, Tushar Sinha
2011NCAnnual BaseThe impact of Coal Combustion Products on the quality of water resources in North CarolinaFederal: $31,407
Non-Federal: $43,090
Avner Vengosh, Heileen Hsu-Kim
2011NCAnnual BaseIdentification of membrane foulants and optimum cleaning strategies for nanofiltration and reverse osmosis membranes treating groundwaters from the Castle Hayne and Peedee aquifersFederal: $25,666
Non-Federal: $44,681
Orlando Coronell
2011NCAnnual BaseWRRI Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $4,339
Non-Federal: $24,018
Nicole Wilkinson
2011NDAnnual BaseInformation Dissemination and CommunicationFederal: $12,275
Non-Federal: $21,486
G. Padmanabhan
2011NDAnnual BaseStudies of Seasonal Succession of Cyanobacteria and Green algae at Heinrich-Martin Impoundment, North DakotaFederal: $11,300
Non-Federal: $22,600
Wei LinGreen Algae, Cyanobacteria, Impoundments, Seasonal Variation, Phytoplankton
2011NDAnnual BaseArsenic Contaminated Groundwater Remediation by Entrapped Nanoscale Zero-Valent IronFederal: $6,000
Non-Federal: $12,001
Achintya BezbaruahGroundwater remediation, nanoparticles, zero-valent iron, Arsenic contamination
2011NDAnnual BasePlant-based Biopolymers for Entrapping Metal Nanoparticles for Arsenic Removal: Biodegradation and Treatability StudiesFederal: $11,300
Non-Federal: $22,600
Achintya Bezbaruah, Khan EakalakArsenic removal, Plant-based biopolymers, Metal nano particles, Nanoscale zero-valent
2011NDAnnual BaseTemporal-spatial distribution (dynamics) of phytoplankton and diversity in relation to lake physical and chemical conditionFederal: $5,300
Non-Federal: $10,601
Wei LinLake water quality, Nutrients, Phytoplankton, Diversity,Eutrophication
2011NDAnnual BaseEcosystem Services and Wetland Condition Assessment in the Prairie Pothole RegionFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $8,001
Edward Dekeyser, Jack NorlandWetland condition, assessment, Prairie Pothole Region, ecosystem services
2011NDAnnual BaseBioavailability of Dissolved and Colloidal Organic Carbon Bound EstrogenFederal: $7,700
Non-Federal: $15,400
Francis CaseyEstrogen, bioavailability, estrogen transport and fate
2011NDAnnual BaseRole of agricultural drainage on transport of Cryptosporidium oocysts in North DakotaFederal: $5,100
Non-Federal: $10,202
Khan Eakalak, John McEvoyagricultural drainage, cryptosporidium Oocysts transport,
2011NDAnnual BaseCo-entrapment of iron nanoparticles and trichloroethylene degrading bacteria in alginate biopolymer for groundwater remediationFederal: $7,300
Non-Federal: $14,600
Achintya Bezbaruah, Khan Eakalakco-entrapment, nanozero valent iron, groundwater remediation
2011NEAnnual BaseDeveloping Slow Release Persulfate to Treat BTEX Compounds at LUST SitesFederal: $12,000
Non-Federal: $29,451
Steve Comfort, Xu LiPersulfate, BTEX, LUST, petroleum
2011NEAnnual BaseA Cost Effective Fixed Film Atrazine Treatment Utilizing Nitrate as a NutrientFederal: $19,000
Non-Federal: $40,523
Mohamed Dahab, Ahmed Hosni
2011NEAnnual BaseHigh-resolution imaging of the Platte River streambed using combined electromagnetic induction and hydraulic parameter estimation techniquesFederal: $19,000
Non-Federal: $35,676
Jesse Korus, Xun-Hong ChenGroundwater-Surface Water Interaction, Geophysical methods, Streambed, Hydrogeology
2011NHAnnual BaseArsenic chemical dynamics in NH groundwater reservoirs: Insights from temporal variability in multi-element signatures of statewide samplesFederal: $32,134
Non-Federal: $79,613
Julia Brycearsenic, groundwater chemical time series
2011NHAnnual BaseNutrient Loading Coefficients for NH Watersheds: Development and ConnectivityFederal: $5,330
Non-Federal: $26,554
Jeffrey SchlossPhosphorus, Loading, NPS pollution, Land Use, Connectivity
2011NJAnnual BaseAn Investigation of the Water Quality of Rainwater Harvesting SystemsFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,000
Michele Bakacs, Mike Haberland
2011NJAnnual BaseScrap Tire and Water Treatment Residuals as Novel "Green" Sorbents from Removal of Common Metals from Polluted Urban Stormwater RunoffFederal: $14,966
Non-Federal: $29,946
Yang Deng, Sudipta Rakshit, Dibyendu Sarkar
2011NJAnnual BaseEvaluation of organoclay in a permeable pavement system for removal of contaminants from urban stormwater runoffFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $30,002
Amy Rowe
2011NJAnnual BaseAssessment of Green Frog, Lithobates clamitans, populations as biological indicators of risk to communities near Superfund sitesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,193
Jennifer Costello, Richard Veit
2011NJAnnual BaseAssessment of the water-borne pathogen, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, in New Jersey amphibians and their habitatFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,175
Paola Dolcemascolo, Kirsten Monsen
2011NJAnnual BaseAdvancing the characterization of sandstone and fractured limestone aquifers using surface electrical geophysical methods: application to water resources evaluation at two sites in New JerseyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $9,893
Mehrez Elwaseif, Lee Slater
2011NJAnnual BaseIdentification and Characterization of Novel Antibiotic Resistance Genes from Wastewater Effluents and Surface WatersFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Maryam Honarbakhsh, Elisabetta Bini
2011NJAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Push-Pull Technique to Simultaneously Characterize Volatilization and Biodegradation Rates of VOCs in Shallow Wetland SedimentsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Matthew Reid, Peter Jaffe
2011NJAnnual BaseRelease of Hazardous Metals into Surface and Groundwater by Microbial Oxidation of Sulfide MineralsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,001
Alexandra Walczak, Lily Young
2011NJAnnual BaseInformation Transfer ProgramFederal: $6,294
Non-Federal: $4,999
Christopher Obropta, Lisa Galloway Evrard
2011NMAnnual BaseComputational Fluid Dynamics Modeling of Karst Conduit-Matrix Exchanges with Relevance in Contaminant Transport, and Chemical ReactionsFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $30,203
John Wilson
2011NVAnnual BaseMeasuring Water Use of Tamarisk and Impacts from Biocontrol: Lower Virgin River, NVFederal: $47,206
Non-Federal: $106,993
Kumud AcharyaVirgin River, Invasive Species, Tamarisk, Leaf Beetle, Water Quantity
2011NVAnnual BaseAssessment of Resiliency of Las Vegas Water System Under Climatic and Non-Climatic StressorsFederal: $19,851
Non-Federal: $39,716
Mahesh Gautam, Kumud Acharyaclimate change impact, adaptation, demand management
2011NVAnnual BaseEffects of Regional Climate Change on Snowpack in Northern Nevada: Research and EducationFederal: $51,962
Non-Federal: $116,822
Rina Schumer, Anna KnustNevada, Climate Change, Snow Water Equivalent
2011NVAnnual BaseQuantifying the Impact of Hyporheic Exchange on In-Stream Water Quality in the Truckee River, NVFederal: $59,028
Non-Federal: $99,858
John WarwickHyporheic Exchange, Modeling, Truckee River, Uncertainty Analysis, Water Quality
2011NYAnnual BaseNITROGEN (N) AVAILABILITY AS DRIVER OF METHYLMERCURY PRODUCTION IN FORESTED SOILS AND STREAM SEDIMENTS Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $40,392
Philippe Vidonmethylmercury
2011NYAnnual BaseReach-Scale Patterns in Hyporheic Exchange at Pristine, Degraded and Restored RiversFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $41,957
Theodore Endreny, Chuck Krollhyporheic zone; stream restoration
2011NYAnnual BaseTwo-Dimensional River Model for Predicting Bacterial Contamination of Bathing Beaches in the St. Lawrence RiverFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $49,085
Michael Twissbeach bacterial contamination; hydrodynamic models
2011OHAnnual BaseThe Constructed Wetland Dilemma: Nitrogen Removal at the Expense of Methane Generation?Federal: $29,953
Non-Federal: $63,308
Paula Mouser, Gil BohrerBacteria, Biotechnology, Nitrate Removal, Methane Flux, Constructed Wetlands
2011OHAnnual BaseDoes Alum Addition Affect Benthic Communities and Metal and Nutrient Cycling? A Case Study from Grand Lake St. Marys, OhioFederal: $29,695
Non-Federal: $60,987
Chad Hammerschmidt, Amy Burgin, Geraldine Nogaroaluminum sulfate, biogeochemical processes, bioturbation, lake restoration, metal, phosphorus, sediment, water
2011OHAnnual BaseGenerating Renewable Energy on Lake Erie with Wave Energy Converters: A Feasibility StudyFederal: $25,537
Non-Federal: $50,799
Ethan KubatkoModeling, waves, alternative energy
2011OKAnnual BaseIncorporating Ecological Costs and Benefits into Environmental Flow Recommendations for Oklahoma Rivers: Phase 1, Southeastern OklahomaFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,000
Caryn Vaughn, Jason JulianIn-stream flows
2011OKAnnual BaseInvestigation of the Viability of Rainfall Harvesting for Long-term Urban Irrigation: Bioaccumulating Organic Compounds and the First Flush in Rooftop RunoffFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $51,082
Jason Vogel, Jason Belden, Glenn BrownRainfall Harvesting, PAHs, flame retardants, first flush
2011OKAnnual Base2011 Information TransferFederal: $9,241
Non-Federal: $17,098
Will Focht
2011ORAnnual BaseTechnology TransferFederal: $60,978
Non-Federal: $159,624
Todd JarvisSeminars, Research Fellows, Documentary Film
2011PAAnnual BaseAssessing the Influence of Nutrient Sources to Urban Streams Through the use of Triple Nitrate IsotopesFederal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $43,296
Emily Elliottnitrate contamination, urban water quality, isotopes
2011PAAnnual BaseUnderstanding Municipal Officials Decisions to Lease Watershed Lands for Marcellus Shale Gas ExplorationFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $43,769
Charles AbdallaMarcellus shale, gas drilling, water supply, leasing
2011PAAnnual BaseQuantifying the Nitrogen Retention Capacity of Legacy Sediments and Hydric Soils Before and After RestorationFederal: $16,700
Non-Federal: $33,403
Jason KayeLegacy sediment, Nitrate, Restoration, Isotopic tracer, Best Management Practice
2011PAAnnual BaseFish Exposure to Emerging Contaminants in Municipal Wastewater: Can Dietary Sewage Contribution Predict Severity of Estrogenic Effects?Federal: $9,616
Non-Federal: $21,820
Theo Lightemerging contaminants, pharmaceuticals, endocrine disruption, estrogenic effects, intersexuality, reproductive anomalies in fish, municipal wastewater, stable isotopes, white sucker, Catostomus commersoni
2011PAAnnual BaseDevelopment of a Subsurface Reactive Transport Model for Predicting Potential Water Quality Problems in Marcellus ShaleFederal: $18,000
Non-Federal: $36,000
Li Li, Susan BrantleyMarcellus shale, reactive transport model, geochemistry, water quality, contamination
2011PRAnnual BaseThe Population dynamics of the dominant Enterococci in the water systems of Puerto Rico.Federal: $20,000
Non-Federal: $32,046
Luis Rios-Hernandezbeaches, Enterococci, septic tanks, water quality, fecal pollution
2011PRAnnual BaseIsland Institute Directors' s Conference/WorkshopFederal: $13,805
Non-Federal: $6,903
Jorge Rivera-Santos, Walter SilvaIsland Water Resources Conference Workshop
2011RIAnnual BaseStimuli-Responsive Nanocomposite Coatings for Mitigating Fouling of Water Treatment MembranesFederal: $15,856
Non-Federal: $34,605
Geoffrey BothunMembrane separation, ultrafiltration, nanocomposite, electromagnetic field
2011RIAnnual BaseIncreasing sources of water supply: advanced treatment of stormwater runoffFederal: $16,804
Non-Federal: $35,098
Vinka Oyanedel-Craver, Vinka Craveradvanced treatment stormwater runoff
2011RIAnnual BaseDrinking Water Outreach in Rhode IslandFederal: $15,480
Non-Federal: $26,096
Harold Knickle, Geoffrey BothunWater Quality, Conference, Summer Camp, High School Students, Clean Water, Careers, Rhode Island
2011SCAnnual BaseSediment Pollution Assessment and Verification of Abandoned Developments Using Volunteered Geographic Information in a Web Mapping InterfaceFederal: $25,170
Non-Federal: $50,340
Elena Mikhailova, Christopher Postsediment, water quality, development, GIS, web mapping, crowdsourcing, volunteered geographic information, VGI
2011SCAnnual BaseThe Influence of Legacy and Current Land Use on Stream Systems in teh South Carolina PiedmontFederal: $28,311
Non-Federal: $73,442
Dennis Haney, Peter Van Den Hurkconservation, sedimentation, environmental risk assessment, biomarkers, fish toxicology, water chemistry
2011SDAnnual BaseInvestigation of the Contribution of Coliform Contamination in Runoff from Scoured Bed SedimentsFederal: $14,913
Non-Federal: $29,826
Jennifer Benning, Arden Davis, Scott KennerColiform bacteria, pollutant sources, ribo typing, stormwater runnoff
2011SDAnnual BaseLife Cycle Assessment Analysis of Engineered Stormwater Control Methods Common to South DakotaFederal: $19,730
Non-Federal: $39,460
Molly Gribb, Jennifer Benning, James StoneStormwater treatment, life cycle assessment
2011SDAnnual BaseFate and Transport of Biogenic Uraninite in the EnvironmentFederal: $16,825
Non-Federal: $33,650
Rajesh SaniBiogenic UO2, SAED, HR-TEM, XRD, XPS, and Fe(III)(hydr)oxides
2011SDAnnual BaseDetermination of Microbial Kinetics for the Degradation of Estrogens and Triclosan in Activated Sludge SystemsFederal: $14,253
Non-Federal: $37,756
Christopher SchmitMicroconstituents, Estrogen, Triclosan, Respirometry, Activated Sludge, Microbial Kinetics
2011SDAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $13,324
Non-Federal: $22,945
Van Kelley, Kevin Dalsted, Denise Hovland, Jeppe Kjaersgaard
2011TNAnnual BaseEvaluation of Bioretention Practices for Effective Stormwater Management and Treatment: A Laboratory to Field StudyFederal: $46,828
Non-Federal: $93,888
Andrea Ludwig, Daniel YoderStormwater Management; Sediment, Infiltration, Bioretention; Water Quality
2011TNAnnual BaseAn Evaluation of Floodplain Forest Land Use Dynamics, Ecosystem Services and Conservation Policies in West Tennessee WatershedsFederal: $53,350
Non-Federal: $106,879
Donald Hodges, Christopher BridgesEcosystem Services, River Restoration, Floodplain Forest
2011TXAnnual BaseAssessing Low Ear Placement Corn Hybrids as a Way of Increasing Water Use EfficiencyFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $14,760
Jacob Becker, Brent BeanLimited irrigation, water use efficiency, corn ear height
2011TXAnnual BaseCotton-Biofuels Production Systems in a Changing High Plains Environment Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,035
Cora Lea Emerson, Dick Auldcotton; biofuels; crop rotation; alternative crops; water use efficiency
2011TXAnnual BaseLandscape Coefficients in Mixed Species LandscapesFederal: $4,971
Non-Federal: $9,946
Rebecca Hammond, Tim Pannkukreference evapotranspiration, turfgrass, woody plants, landscape coefficients
2011TXAnnual BaseReusable Magnetic Janus Particle Scavengers for Environmentally-Friendly Remediation of Contaminated Water BodiesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,055
Nina Ivanova, Nicole ZachariaJanus Particle, Emulsion, Oil Remediation, Heavy Metal, Magnetism, Surface Water
2011TXAnnual BaseEffect of Treatment on Harvested Rainwater QualityFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Sarah Keithley, Mary Kirisitsrainwater harvesting, roofing materials, treatment, water quality, drinking water
2011TXAnnual BaseAn Assessment of Water Availability in Texas Using the NOAH Land Surface Model Federal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,857
C. Prakash Khedun, Vijay SinghClimate variability and change, ENSO, PDO, AMO, Wavelet, Drought
2011TXAnnual BaseBenefits and Costs of Water Reuse Programs in TexasFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,000
Shae Luther, Laura Stroupwater reuse, Texas, integrated resource planning, water management
2011TXAnnual BaseEffects of woody vegetation removal on groundwater recharge in the Carrizo-Wilcox aquiferFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,002
April Mattox, Jason Westrecharge, unconsolidated aquifer, critical zone, range management, groundwater
2011TXAnnual BaseEvaluation of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) as a Biocontrol Agent for Giant Salvinia (Salvinia molesta)Federal: $4,136
Non-Federal: $13,737
Michael Neisch, Michael MasserGrass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella), Giant Salvinia (Salvinia molesta), Biocontrol, Invasive Species
2011TXAnnual BaseIn Situ Remediation of the Trinity River Sediment Contaminated with Polychlorinated BiphenylsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $10,319
Prince Nfodzo, Hyeok ChoiPolychlorinated Biphenyls, Trinity River, Sediment, In Situ Remediation, Reactive Activated Carbon, Permeable Reactive Barrier, Adsorption, Sequestration, Dechlorination
2011TXAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $34,955
Non-Federal: $71,112
Neal Wilkins, Danielle Kalisek, Leslie Lee, Courtney Smith, Jaclyn Tech, Kevin Wagner, Ralph Wurbs, Kathy Wythe
2011UTAnnual BaseReducing the Dangers of Low Head Dams in UtahFederal: $42,064
Non-Federal: $44,905
Michael Johnson, Steven BarfussDrowning hazards, Water resources, Open channel hydraulics, Low-head dams
2011UTAnnual BaseAnalyzing the Spread of Phragmites Australis Over Short Time Scales Using Spatial and Genetic ToolsFederal: $33,634
Non-Federal: $97,500
Karin Kettenring, Shannon Clemens, Austin Jensen, Mac McKee, David RosenbergWater resources, Water conservation, Wetlands, System analysis
2011UTAnnual BaseInformation Transfer in Support of the Utah Center for Water Resources Research (UCWRR)Federal: $500
Non-Federal: $15,341
R. Ivonne HarrisOutreach, Publications, Web Page Development
2011VIAnnual BaseEvaluating Drought Tolerance of Virgin Islands Native Trees Suitable for LandscapingFederal: $31,538
Non-Federal: $0
Michael Morgan, Thomas Zimmermannative trees, ornamental plantings
2011VIAnnual BaseLesser Antilles Specific Assessment of the IPCC AR5 Models for the Current ClimateFederal: $18,981
Non-Federal: $0
Vasubandhu MisraAtlantic Warm Pool; droughts; floods
2011VIAnnual BaseQUANTIFYING SEDIMENT AND ORGANIC MATERIAL PRODUCTION RATES FROM SURFACE EROSION PROCESSES AND THE EFFECT ON MARINE WATER QUALITY IN SMALL SUBTROPICAL WATERSHEDS ON THE EAST END OF ST. CROIX, USVIFederal: $18,981
Non-Federal: $0
Kynoch Reale-Munroe, Bernard Castillo, Carlos Ramos-Scharronsedimentation, erosion, particulate organic material, NPS pollution, watersheds, U.S. Virgin Islands
2011VIAnnual BaseIDENTIFICATION OF WATERBORNE CONTAMINANTS ENTERING THE ST. THOMAS EAST END RESERVEFederal: $18,601
Non-Federal: $0
John Barimo, Stanley Lateskywater quality, trace metals, PAH, hydrocarbons, STEER
2011VIAnnual BaseIslands' Institutes Water ConferenceFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $0
Henry SmithIsland Hydrology, Climate Change, U. S. Virgin Islands
2011VTAnnual BaseDetermining phosphorus release potential from eroding streambank sediments in the Lake Champlain Basin of VermontFederal: $19,989
Non-Federal: $50,116
Donald Ross, Leslie Morrissey, Beverley Wemple
2011VTAnnual BaseUse of Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler data to estimate sediment and total phosphorus loads to Lake Champlain from the Rock River Federal: $20,988
Non-Federal: $30,251
Breck Bowden, James ShanleySediment, ADCP, Methods, Loading
2011VTAnnual BaseAdvanced and Integrative Model of Phosphorus loading from High Runoff EventsFederal: $60,008
Non-Federal: $144,255
Arne Bomblies, Jane HillModeling, Phosphorus, Land Use
2011WAAnnual BaseUnderstanding Toxin Production by Harmful Algae: Vancouver Lake as a Model SystemFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $62,297
Gretchen Rollwagen-Bollens, Stephen Bollenscyanobacteria, toxin production, zooplankton grazing
2011WAAnnual BaseEcohydrology of Invasive Reed Canary GrassFederal: $29,992
Non-Federal: $59,999
Camille McNeely, Rebecca Brown, Carmen Nezat, Suzanne Schwablow flow conditions, evapotranspiration, ecohydrology, Phalaris arundinacea, stomatal conductance, stable isotope
2011WAAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $19,372
Non-Federal: $39,114
Michael Barber, Michael BarberOutreach, Information Transfer
2011WAAnnual BaseClimate change, land-water transfer, and in-stream fate of nitrogen in an agricultural settingFederal: $54,000
Non-Federal: $108,930
Cailin Orr, John HarrisonNitrogen, Climate Change, Carbon, Dissolved Organic Matter, Hydrologic Flowpath
2011WIAnnual BaseUniversity of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute - 5 Year Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $85,333
Non-Federal: $340,013
Moira HarringtonPublic information, communications, publications, library
2011WIAnnual BaseSimulating Lake Responses to Climate Change with a Mechanistic Water Quality ModelFederal: $35,244
Non-Federal: $35,101
Trina McMahonclimate, lakes, water quality
2011WIAnnual BaseClimate Change Impacts on Stream Temperature and Flow: Consequences for Great Lakes Fish MigrationsFederal: $59,030
Non-Federal: $60,898
Peter McIntyreCliamte, fish, rivers, Great Lakes
2011WIAnnual BaseUncertainty and Variability of Wisconsin Lakes in Response to Climate ChangeFederal: $36,848
Non-Federal: $52,963
Chin Wuclimate, lakes, water quality, stratification, physical properties
2011WVAnnual BaseStable isotope fingerprinting of waters in area of accelerating Marcellus shale gas developmentFederal: $25,275
Non-Federal: $50,550
Shikha Sharma, Shikha SharmaStable isotope, Fingerprint, frac flowback water, coal mine water, groundwater, surface water
2011WVAnnual BaseWRI-119 Phase 2 Year 1: Mon River Water Quality StudyFederal: $46,343
Non-Federal: $92,688
Paul Ziemkiewicz, Ben Mack, Melissa O'Neal, Dave Saville, Tamara Vandivortwater quality; acid mine drainage; total dissolved solids; monitoring;
2011WVAnnual BaseWRI-143 Potential Chemical and Biological Impacts to White Day Creek Due to Gas Well DrillingFederal: $4,166
Non-Federal: $8,332
Paul Ziemkiewicz, Ben Mackbenthic macroinvertebrates; energy; total dissolved solids; monitoring
2011WYAnnual BaseFate of Coalbed Methane Produced Water in Disposal Ponds in the Powder River BasinFederal: $17,253
Non-Federal: $140,387
Thijs Kelleners, Katta ReddyInfiltration, Pond sediments, Sodicity, Salinty
2011WYAnnual BaseInstrumentation for Improved Precipitation Measurement in Wintertime SnowstormsFederal: $14,508
Non-Federal: $133,978
Jefferson SniderSnow process research
2010AKAnnual BaseContribution of Permafrost Degradation to Shrub Expansion in Arctic AlaskaFederal: $4,000
Non-Federal: $1,900
Matthew Nolan, Ken Tapepermafrost, shrubs, ecology, arctic, cores
2010AKAnnual BaseThe diminishing role of glacier runoff into Eklutna Lake: potential impacts on hydropower and water supply for the Municipality of Anchorage (year 2 renewal)Federal: $13,670
Non-Federal: $33,911
Michael LosoWater Supply, Hydropower, runoff, sedimentation, glaciers, climate change, Eklutna, Anchorage, Alaska
2010AKAnnual BaseHydrogeology and Geochemistry of the Anchorage Aquifer System: Research and Teaching ApplicationsFederal: $21,834
Non-Federal: $43,780
LeeAnn Munk, Jens Munk, Bryce Willemsgroundwater, water quality, Anchorage Watershed
2010AKAnnual BaseCharacterization of major watersheds draining into Bristol Bay, Alaska using strontium isotopes: a new method for tracking water resources in AlaskaFederal: $20,536
Non-Federal: $6,477
Matthew WoollerIsotopes, Strontium, Alaska, Rivers.
2010AKAnnual BaseApplication of citrus peel biosorbents in repeated adsorption/desorption cycles for removal of heavy metals from waste watersFederal: $22,520
Non-Federal: $10,697
Silke Schiewerbiosorption, mine tailings, desorption, columns
2010ALAnnual BaseDevelopment of an In-situ Capable Method for Detecting Pathogenic Bacteria in the Alabama Water SuppliesFederal: $50,000
Non-Federal: $102,262
Ahjeong SonPathogenic bacteria, nanoparticle, DNA, in-situ detection
2010ALAnnual BaseExperimental Investigation of Runoff Mitigation from Vegetated RoofsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $50,828
Jason Kirby, Robert PetersUrban Hydrology, Urban Drainage, Runoff, Rainfall-Runoff Process, Rainfall-Runoff Models, Hydraulics, Watershed Management
2010ALAnnual BaseNitrogen Retention in Riverine Shoal Habitat of Central Alabama: An assessment of Direct and Indirect MechanismsFederal: $25,000
Non-Federal: $51,251
Jennifer EdmondsNitrogen, Denitrification, Rivers, Eutrophication, Aquatic Plants, Bacteria
2010ARAnnual BaseArkansas Water Resources Center Information Transfer ProgramFederal: $14,073
Non-Federal: $28,146
Brian HaggardConference, Newsletters, Web interface
2010ARAnnual BaseDetermination of the magnitude of mercury methylation in the water column of a high organic carbon river, lower Ouachita River, Union and Ashley Counties, ArkansasFederal: $19,761
Non-Federal: $39,524
Phil Hays, Stephen Boss, John Brahana, Ralph K. Davismethylmercury, mercury, dissolved organic carbon, biogeochemistry, contaminant hydrology
2010ARAnnual BaseAssessment of water quality and stream bank stability following BMP implementation on the upper Strawberry River watershedFederal: $22,000
Non-Federal: $44,000
Jennifer BouldinBank stability, aquatic macroinvertebrates, water quality, aqueous and sediment toxicity, nutrients
2010ARAnnual BaseDenitrification, Internal N Cycling, and N Retention in River Impoundment ReservoirsFederal: $20,579
Non-Federal: $41,160
Jefferson Scottmass balance, nitrogen transformation, nutrient retention/removal, sediment
2010AZAnnual BaseUse of Fish as Integrative Samplers of Uranium and Lead Isotopes in the Colorado River Federal: $9,900
Non-Federal: $19,816
Charles Sanchez, John Chesley, Peter ReinthalRadiogenic isotopes tracers
2010AZAnnual BasePerflouronated Compounds in Arizona Groundwater: Sources of ContaminationFederal: $10,061
Non-Federal: $20,455
David Quanrud, Leif Abrell, Robert Arnold, Eduardo Saez
2010AZAnnual BaseBiochar soil amendments to increase the water holding capacity of sandy, arid soilsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $21,449
Janick Artiolabiochar, charcoal, water, water holding capacity
2010AZAnnual BaseBioremediation of Uranium Plumes with Nano-Scale Zero Valent IronFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,031
James Field, Reyes SierraUranium, Groundwater, Bioremediation, Microbial Reduction, Nano Zero-Valent Iron
2010AZAnnual BaseSources and transport of nitrogen from sky-island ecosystems to groundwater basinsFederal: $10,000
Non-Federal: $20,000
Jennifer McIntosh, Kathleen Lohse, Armin Sorooshiannitrogen, atmospheric deposition, nutrients, biogeochemistry
2010AZAnnual BaseInformation TransferFederal: $39,374
Non-Federal: $81,375
Sharon Megdal, Susanna Eden
2010CAAnnual BaseIrrigating citrus with relaimed municipal wastewater.Federal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $8,755
Christopher Amrheinirrigation, citrus, wastewater
2010CAAnnual BaseAn Advisory Service for Optimum Irrigation Scheduling in CaliforniaFederal: $26,500
Non-Federal: $14,045
Allan Fultonirrigation
2010CAAnnual BaseVelocity Contour Weighting Method for Increased Accuracy of Upward Looking ADVM in Irrigation ChannelsFederal: $30,000
Non-Federal: $8,683
Brett Sandersirrigation, scheduling
2010CAAnnual BaseCWRRI - Information Transfer Program University of California, Agriculture and Natural ResourcesFederal: $119,114
Non-Federal: $197,992
Barbara Allen-DiazWater Quality, Water Quantity, Water Supply, Education
2010COAnnual BaseTechnology Transfer and Information DisseminationFederal: $38,100
Non-Federal: $157,298
Reagan WaskomTechnology Transfer, Information Dissemination
2010COAnnual BaseShear Resistance of the Nuisance Diatom Didymosphenia GeminataFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,928
Diane McKnightDidymosphenia, nuisance geminata
2010COAnnual BaseImpact of Limited Irrigation on Health of Four Common Shrub SpeciesFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,654
James KlettLandscape Water Use
2010COAnnual BaseEvaluation of Herbicide Combinations for Control of Sago Pondweed (Stukenia pectinata) in Irrigation CanalsFederal: $5,000
Non-Federal: $2,632
Scott NissenPondweed, aquatic weeds, canal management
2010COAnnual BasePaleohydrology of the Lower Colorado RiverFederal: $59,199
Non-Federal: $14,432
Rajagopalan BalajiPaleohydrology, streamflow reconstruction, time series analysis
2010CTAnnual BaseMulti-temporal Assessment of Connecticut Lake Water Clarity Using Landsat Satellite ImageryFederal: $24,080
Non-Federal: $48,397
Daniel Civco, James HurdLake Water Clarity, Landsat Satellite, Remote Sensing
2010CTAnnual BaseBaseline Study of Nutrient Loadings to Lake KenosiaFederal: $11,415
Non-Federal: $34,142
Theodora PinouStormwater, lake discharge remediation, pollution runoff
2010CTAnnual BaseWater Education for Local DecisionmakersFederal: $17,531
Non-Federal: $8,495
Glenn Warner, Patricia Bresnahansurface water - ground water interactions, land use planning, aquifer protection
2010DCAnnual BaseDetermining the Effectiveness of the Design-Build Method on Water Infrastructure Rehabilatation Projects in the District of ColumbiaFederal: $13,400
Non-Federal: $40,468
Kunhee Choi, Pradeep Beheraproject delivery, design-build, water infrastructure,quantitative analysis, urban runoff
2010DCAnnual BaseDC Water Issues Forum and Water Research Faculty Professional Development ProgramFederal: $6,366
Non-Federal: $33,832
Tolessa Deksissa, Catherine ShrierLocal water issues,professional development
2010DCAnnual BaseA Hierarchical Spatio-Temporal Dynamical Model for Predicting Precipitation Occurrence and Accumulation Federal: $14,996
Non-Federal: $37,527
Ali Arab, Valbona Bejleri, Tolessa Deksissaprecipitation prediction, probabilistic flood risk assessment, hierarchical bayesian, spatio-temporal, uncertainty, climate change
2010DCAnnual BaseDevelopment of Analytical Tools to Evaluate the Performance of Low Impact Developments in the District of ColumbiaFederal: $11,183
Non-Federal: $18,710
Arash Massoudieh, Pradeep BeheraLow Impact Development, Analytical Models, Urban stormwater models, Statistical analysis, Urban Runoff
2010DCAnnual BaseDetermination of Seasonal Source Variation of Hydrocarbons, Fatty Acids, Organics and Nutrients in the Anacostia River: Stable isotope Ratios of Specific CompoundsFederal: $15,000
Non-Federal: $12,274
Stephen MacAvoyhydrocarbons, fatty acids, sediment biogeochemistry, compound specific stable isotope analysis
2010DCAnnual BaseSpeciation of Some Triorganotin Compounds in Anacostia and Potomac River Sediments using NMR Spectroscopy (Phase II)Federal: $9,590
Non-Federal: $30,061
Xueqing SongSpeciation, Triorganotin Compounds, River Sediments, NMR Spectroscopy
2010DCAnnual BaseComparing Clam Active Biomonitoring and POM Passive Monitoring for DC Watershed Contaminant Point SourcesFederal: $14,000
Non-Federal: $45,094
Harriette Phelps
2010DCAnnual BaseThe Application of Multiple-Antibiotic-Resistance (MAR) Profiles of Coliforms to Detect Sources of Bacterial Contamination of the Anacostia RiverFederal: $7,800
Non-Federal: $4,017
David MorrisAnacostia River, Coliform Contamination, Antibiotic Resistance, MAR Analysis, Point and Non-Point Sources, Sewage Overflow
2010DEAnnual BaseMicrobiome of the Eastern Oyster, Crassastrea virginicaFederal: $68,809
Non-Federal: $137,618
Eric Wommackoyster, microbial communities, taxonomy, restoration
2010DEAnnual BaseQuantifying the Role of Carbon Amount and Quality for Transport of Contaminants on Our Landscapes: A Watershed-Scale ModelFederal: $68,809
Non-Federal: $137,618
Shreeram InamdarContaminant transport, dissolved organic carbon, watershed models
2010DEAnnual BaseOyster Restoration Efforts at Delaware Inland Bays: Utilizing RIP-RAP as a Substrate for OystersFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $7,000
Gulnihal Ozbay, Jasmine Porter
2010DEAnnual BaseThe Use of Recycled Water for Irrigation of Turf and Landscape PlantsFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $7,000
Anastasia Chirnside, Stephanie Hahnrecycled wastewater, turf, irrigation, water quality
2010DEAnnual BaseEducation and Outreach for the Delaware WetlandsFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Kathryn O'Connell, Kristin Berrywetlands education, websites, public outreach
2010DEAnnual BaseCharacterization of Submarine Groundwater Discharge Sites in a Coastal LagoonFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Alan Andres, Kevin Myers
2010DEAnnual BaseThe History and Effectiveness of Wetland MitigationFederal: $3,500
Non-Federal: $7,000
Steven Hastings, Courtney Simmonswetlands mitigation, local economy, government policy
2010DEAnnual BaseAssessment of Changes in Invertebrate Populations Resulting from Wetland RestorationFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Douglas Tallamy, Katie Yostinsects, wetland restoration, biodiversity
2010DEAnnual BaseQuality of Dissolved Organic Matter in Runoff from Various Watershed SourcesFederal: $1,500
Non-Federal: $3,000
Shreeram Inamdar, Suneil Seetharamdissolved organic carbon, pollutants, runoff, watersheds