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Pathways to exposure to pathogens during floods

This project will investigate and quantify pathways for people to be exposed to pathogens during floods. The research addresses the research priority on water related hazards and public health; in
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Fate and Ecological Impacts of Pharmaceuticals in a Temperate Stream Dominated by Wastewater Effluent

The central research objective will be evaluated via two specific project objectives and associated methods: 1) Quantify changes in CEC complex mixture composition through space and time, and 2) Measure
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Development of a Comprehensive Hazard to Loss Modeling Methodology for the Residential Damage Associated with Inland Flooding from North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones

We propose to develop statistical models to describe the relation between inland flooding associated with North Atlantic tropical cyclones (TCs) and impacts (direct economic losses and insurance claims) in the
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Watershed Scale Water Cycle Dynamics in Intensively Managed Landscapes: Bridging the Knowledge Gap to Support Climate Mitigation Policies

Recent flooding in the U.S. Midwest has produced dramatic scenes of inundated farmlands and cities. Current watershed management plans to help mitigate floods call for installing Best Management Practices (BMPs),
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Relationship of Nitroso Compound Formation Potential to Drinking Source Water Quality and Organic Nitrogen Precursor Source Characteristics

Nitroso compounds are a class that includes numerous carcinogens, mutagens, and tetraogens. Until recently it was believed that the occurrence of nitroso compounds in drinking water and wastewater was due
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An Integrated Immunological-GIS Approach for Bio-monitoring of Ecological Impacts of Swine Manure Pollutants in Streams

Thirty years after enactment of the Clean Water Act, 40% of our nations rivers, lakes, and coastal waters are still considered unfit for fishing, swimming, drinking or aquatic life. At
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