United States
Environmental Protection
Agency
Grants Administration
Division (PM-216)
Washington DC 20460
EPA-GAD/1-78-02
April-September Fy1977
Research,
Demonstration,
Training, and
Fellowship
Awards

-------
        DISCRIMINATION PROHIBITED


     Federal law prohibits discrimination
on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
age, or national origin, in all programs and
activities receiving assistance from the
Environmental Protection Agency.

-------
        T/; /  "/'I/ -'
                             INTRODUCTION
     This publication provides information about the Environmental
Protection Agency's (EPA) research, demonstration, training, and
fellowship awards during the period April 1977 - September 1977.
It is a companion publication to State and Local Grant Awards
which lists awards to State and Local agencies.

     The data is organized into two sections:

         Section One - Georgraphic listing by State and program.

         Section Two - Grant Number Index and brief project
                       descriptions arranged in ascending
                       order of the Grant Identification
                       Number.

     Project descriptions were, for the most part, prepared by the
grantees and are provided only for those grants administered by the
EPA Headquarters office.  The inclusion of this information has
proven to be very useful from a management aspect as well as in
meeting and fulfilling requirements for providing information to
the public.

     The Grant Number Index is provided as an aid for cross-
referencing information between the two sections.  Locating a
grant number in this index, the reader will find the name of
the applicant and the State location.  By referring to that State's
listing(s) in Section One, information on that particular grant
will be found.

     This material was prepared by Lynn Szedon with the assistance
of Sandra Artis and Donna Whitaker.  We have made what we feel are
a few improvements to this publication.  The title, formerly the
Awards Register, Vo1ume I, has been changed, as well as the cover
design.One of the major improvements is in the format and content
of the project descriptions.  Additional information, such as the
starting and completion dates, amount of funds obligated, and the
EPA Task Code has been included.  The Smithsonian Science Information
Exchange maintains a computerized file of project summaries for use
by the general scientific community.  We have, with the assistance
of the Office of Research and Development, utilized this file for
most of the project descriptions listed in Section Two.

     Any comments or criticisms should be directed to Lynn Szedon,
Grants Operations Branch (PM-216), Grants Administration Division,
on (202) 755-3370.

-------
SOURCES OF INFORMATION ON EPA GRANTS AWARDED, REPORTS
GENERATED BY GRANTS AND OTHER GRANT-RELATED MATERIALS
Research, Demonstration, Training, and Fellowship Awards

Section I lists research, demonstration, training, and
fellowship awards by State, program, and grantee name.
Each record provides applicant name, municipality, program
element, title, project director, grant identification
number, type of grant award, date and dollar amount of
award.  Section II contains brief project descriptions for
research and demonstration projects administered by Head-
quarters and is arranged in ascending order by the grant
identification number.   An index is provided for cross-
referencing the information between Sections I and II.

1st Half of FY 1977 (October 1976 - March 1977)
EPA-GAD/1-78-01,  NTIS Number PB278942, price $7.25

2nd Half of FY 1977 (April 1977 - September 1977)
EPA-GAD/1-78-02,  NTIS Number and price to be assigned
State and Local Grant Awards

Lists all State and Local Assistance Awards by State,
by program, and by grantee name.   Format the same
as for Research, Demonstration,  Training, and
Fellowship Awards listed above.

1st Half of FY 1977 (October 1976 - March 1977)
EPA-GAD/2-78-01, NTIS Number and  price to be assigned

2nd Half of FY 1977 (April 1977  - September 1977)
EPA-GAD/2-78-02, NTIS Number and  price to be assigned

-------
             AWARDS REGISTER, GRANTS ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS OF EPA
Volume I.    Section I lists research, demonstration, training
             and fellowship awards by State, program, and grantee
             name.  Each record provides applicant name, munici-
             pality, program element, title, project director,
             Grant Identification Number, type of grant award,
             date and dollar amount of award.  Section II contains
             brief project descriptions for research and demonstra-
             tion projects administered by Headquarters and is
             arranged in ascending order by the Grant Identification
             Number.  An index is provided for cross-referencing the
             information between Sections I and II.  Section III is
             a cross-walk for use in identifying the program/subprogram
             area of a grant in accordance with classifications of
             our Office of Research and Development.

             1st Half of FY 1976 (July 1975 - December 1975)
             EPA-GAD/1-76-001, NTIS Number PB252893, price $5.25

             2nd Half of FY 1976 (January 1976 - June 1976)
             EPA-GAD/1-76-003, NTIS Number PB260742, price $9.00

             Transition Quarter of FY 1976 (July 1976 - September 1976)
             EPA-GAD/1-76-005, NTIS Number PB275407/AS, price $8.00

             1st Half of FY 1975 (July 1974 - December 1974)
             EPA-GAD/1-75-001, NTIS Number PB241476, price $5.25

             2nd Half of FY 1975 (January 1975 - June 1975)
             EPA-GAD/1-75-003, NTIS Number PB245575, price $10.75,
             Microfiche $3.00
Volume II.   Lists all State and Local Assistance Awards by State,
             by program, and by grantee name.  Contents and format
             the same as for Volume I, Section I.

             1st Half of FY 1976 (July 1975 - December 1975)
             EPA-GAD/1-76-002, NTIS Number PB253091, price $11.00

             2nd Half of FY 1976 (January 1976 - June 1976)
             EPA-GAD/1-76-004, NTIS Number PB261980, price $11.00

             Transition Quarter of FY 1976 (July 1976 - September 1976)
             EPA-GAD/1-76-006, NTIS Number PB275408/AS, price $9.00
                                  111.

-------
                 AWARDS REGISTER.  VOLUME II.  CONTINUED

                 1st Half of FY 1975 (July 1974 - December 1974)
                 EPA-GAD/1-75-002,  NTIS Number PB241400,  price $9.00,
                 Microfiche, $3.00

                 2nd Half of FY 1975 (January 1975 - June 1975)
                 EPA-GAD/1-75-004,  NTIS Number PB245576,  price $11.75,
                 Microfiche, $3.00.
                 AWARDS REGISTER,  GRANTS ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS OF EPA
                 Fiscal Year 1974  (July 1973 -  June 19/4;

Volume I.        Lists all awards  in Fiscal  Year 1974 except Waste
                 Water Treatment Construction and Waste Water Treatment
                 Reimbursement Awards.   NTIS Number PB238370, price
                 $8.00, microfiche,  $3.00.

Volume II.       Lists only Waste  Water Treatment Construction Awards
                 in Fiscal Year 1974.   NTIS  Number PB238371, price
                 $9.25, microfiche,  $3.00.

Volume III.      Lists only Waste  Water Treatment Reimbursement Awards
                 in Fiscal Year 1974.   NTIS  Number PB238372, price
                 $9.00, microfiche,  $3.00.
                 AWARDS REGISTER.  GRANTS ASSISTANCE  PROGRAMS OF EPA
                 Fiscal Year 1973  (July 1972  -  June  1973)

                 The format of this  publication has  the initial sort
                 by State.   Each entry includes grantee,  identifica-
                 tion number,  program area, grant  title,  award date,
                 and dollar amount.   Environmental Protection Agency
                 220/1-73-004, NTIS  Number  PB229827,  price $15.25,
                 microfiche, $3.00.
The above publications can be purchased from:

                 National  Technical  Information Service (NTIS)
                 Department of Commerce
                 5285 Port Royal  Road
                 Springfield, Virginia  22161
                 (703) 557-4650
                               iv.

-------
AWARDS REGISTER, GRANTS ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS OF EPA
Fiscal Year 1972 (July 1971 - June 1972)	
This publication  is currently out of print.  It  is
available for reference  at  all EPA  libraries and
at EPA Headquarters,  Grants Administration Division,
401 M Street SW,  Washington, D.C.   20460
MONTHLY  LISTING  OF  AWARDS  FOR  CONSTRUCTION  GRANTS  FOR
WASTEWATER  TREATMENT WORKS
 Awards  for  the wastewater  treatment  facilities  construction
 grants  under Public Law 92-500 made  during  a  particular
 month  are listed in a monthly publication entitled
 "Monthly Listing of Awards for Construction Grants  for
 Wastewater  Treatment Works."   This publication  is prepared
 by the  Grants Administration  Division and distributed and
 sold  by the National Technical Information  Service  (NTIS).

 The March 1974 issue (PB23130) provides a base  listing of
 all grants  awarded under Public Law  92-500.  Beginning
 with  the April 1974 issue (PB231300-01), the  listings
 contain awards for one month  only and are numbered  in
 sequence.  Microfiche (24X) of each  copy is also available.
 The subscription price is $120.00 for 12 issues. Previous
 issues can  be purchased at $10.50 per copy.

 The publication is distributed to subscribers approximately
 six weeks after the close of  the awards-listed  month.   It
 may be obtained through:

                National Technical Information Service
                Department of  Commerce
                5285 Port Royal Road
                Springfield, Virginia  22161
                (703) 557-4650
                             v.

-------
FEDERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS OF THE  ENVIRONMENTAL  PROTECTION  AGENCY


     This publication includes descriptive information about
Environmental Protection Agency assistance programs reprinted
from the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance,  which was
prepared for the Wfice of Management and Budget.  Similar
information on programs of all Federal agencies is included
in the Catalog which is available from the Superintendent
of Documents, Government Printina Office, Washington, D.C.
20420 for $18.00 and includes changes as issued.   It is also
available for public use in Federal Depository Libraries.

     Copies of this publication may be obtained from the
Environmental Protection Agency, Grants Operations Branch,
Grants Administration Division (PM-216), Office of Planning
and Management, Washington, D.C.  20460.
NOTE:  All of the preceeding  publications  are  available for
       examination  at  the Grants Administration  Division
       and Library  of  EPA Headquarters  and each  Regional
       office.

-------
                OTHER GRANT-RELATED INFORMATION
     A brief sunmary of a grant project is available on the
majority of research and demonstration grants.

     These summaries are available for projects that have received
Federal funding.  In rare instances, a grant application may contain
privileged information and is so designated.  For these, only the
award data, such as grant number, applicant name, organization,
location, grant title, amount awarded, and award date is available.
Other information may be available depending on the particular
circumstances.

     The Smithsonian Science Information Exchange (SSIE), room
300, 1730 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.  20036, receives a
copy of the summary of a grant and makes it available to the
public on a fee basis.  The cost of a print-out, if the Agency
is  identified  and the grant or .contract number  is provided,
costs $2.00 per grant number with a $10.00 minimum fee.  A
search on a subject (-topic) is $60.00 per search service for
1 to 50 titles, and an- additional charge of 25<£ per title.
A search on the investigator's name can also be performed.  All
inquiries and  requests for this service should  be addressed to
SSIE or phone  (202) 381-4211.

-------
REPORTS GENERATED BY GRANT SUPPORTED PROJECTS


     Final reports and other program reports generated by grant
supported projects are published and made available if merited.
Final report information is available from the following program
offices:
For solid waste management and resource recovery:

                Publication and Distribution Unit
                Office of Solid Waste Management
                Environmental Protection Agency
                Cincinnati, Ohio  45268

For air pollution control:

                Library  MD-35
                Environmental Protection Agency
                Research Triangle Park, North Carolina  27711

For pesticide publications:

                Information Section  WH-569
                Office of Pesticide Programs
                Environmental Protection Agency
                401 M Street SW
                Washington, D.C.  20460

For other research and demonstration projects:

                Technology Transfer Staff
                Office of Research and Development
                Environmental Protection Agency
                Cincinnati, Ohio  45268
                             vm.

-------
EPA REPORTS BIBLIOGRAPHY QUARTERLY SUPPLEMENT

(sponsored by Library Systems Branch)


The EPA Cumulative Bibliography 1970-1976 published in December
1976 (NTIS Number PB265920, price quote obtained from NTIS)
contains a bibliographic citation with abstracts for reports
generated by EPA and its predecessor agencies and entered into
the NTIS collection through 1976.  Access points to this infor-
mation are by Report Title, Subject (keyword), Corporate or
Personal Author, Contract Number, and Accession/Report Number.

Beginning in March 1977, quarterly update supplements will be
published listing and indexing EPA technical reports and journal
articles entered into the NTIS collection during the preceding
quarter.  An additional index titled "Sponsoring EPA Office" is
included as well.  The fourth quarterly issue will cumulate and
become the annual index for the year.

To order documents or subscriptions, contact the National Technical
Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, Virginia
22161.  Do not  order from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
If what you have ordered is in stock on hand, you should receive
your order within two weeks after it arrives at NTIS.  If what
you have ordered must be reproduced from a microform, or if all
the paper copies have been sold and reprints are in process, you
should receive  your order within four to six weeks.  Infrequently,
orders may be further delayed by a contractor's inability to
deliver to NTIS.  You will be notified if such a delay is expected.

The EPA Reports Bibliography Quarterly Supplement series is available
on annual subscription from NTIS at a cost of $45.00 for North
American Continent users (single copies, when available, are $12.50
each).  For those outside the North American Continent, please
write NTIS for  prices.
                               IX.

-------
The following EPA Libraries maintain for reference purposes completed
sets of EPA reports on microfiche.
Region I Library
Room 2211-B, JFK Federal Bldg.
Boston, Massachusetts  02203

National Marine Water Quality Lab
P. 0. Box 277
West Kingston, Rhode Island  02892
Region II Library
26 Federal Plaza
New York, New York
10007
Region II Field Office Library
Edison, New Jersey  08817
Region III Library
Curtis Bldg., 6th & Walnut Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19106

Headquarters Library,  Room 2404 WSM
401 M Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C.  20460

Region IV Library
345 Courtland Street,  N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia  30309
Library Services  MD-35
Research Triangle Park
North Carolina  27711

Southeast Environmental Research  Lab
College Station Road
Athens, Georgia  30601

Gulf Breeze Laboratory
Sabine Island, Bldg. 29
Gulf Breeze, Florida  32561

Region V Library
230 Dearborn Street, Rm.  1455-A
Chicago, Illinois  60604
Environmental Research Center Library
26 West St. Clair Street
Cincinnati, Ohio  45268

Environmental Research Lab-Duluth
6201 Congdon Boulevard
Duluth, Minnesota  55804

Region VI Library
First International Bldg.
1201 Elm Street
Dallas, Texas  75270

Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research
  Laboratory
P. 0. Box 1198
Ada, Oklahoma  74820

Region VII Library
1735 Baltimore Avenue, Room 249
Kansas City, Missouri  64108

Region VIII Library   8M-ASL
1860 Lincoln Street
Denver, Colorado  80225

National Field Investigation Center
Room A-1209, Big. 53
Box 25227, Denver Federal Center
Denver, Colorado  80225
                  Region  IX  Library
                  100  California  Street
                  San  Francisco,  California
                           94111
                  National  Environmental  Research  Center
                  P.  0.  Box 15027
                  Las Vegas,  Nevada   89114
                  Region  X  Library
                  1200  Sixth  Avenue
                  Seattle,  Washington
                     98101
                  National  Environmental  Research  Center
                  200  S.W.  35th  Street
                  Corvallis,  Oregon   97330
                                   x.

-------
SECTION I

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPAL!TY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPt OF   DATE  UF    ATTONT  UF
           GRANT      AnARD      GRANT  AMAKD
                                                      ALABAMA
*• RESEARCH **


ALABAMA A&M UNIV.
     NORMAL
AUBURN UNIV.
     AUBURN
AUBURN UNIV.
     AUBURN
SOUTHERN  RES.  INST.
     BIRMINGHAM
** TRAINING  **

JEFFERSON CNTY  ao  OF  EDUCATION
     BIRMINGHAM
*• FELLOWSHIPS  **


ALABAMA,  UNIV,  UF
     BIRMINGHAM
                      SHUFORD, j.
EFFECT OF LIMING PHOSPHATE,ORGANIC MATTER
HEAVY METAL AVAILABILITY PLANTS GROWN SLUDGE-AMEND SOILS

                      ROUSE, H. D.             80383503
FATE AND EFFECTS OF ATRACINE IN SALT MARSH
ECOSYSTEMS

                      HARMAN, J,               8U453102
DEWATERING PRINCIPLES AND EQUIPMENT DESIGN
STUDIES

                      OGLESHY, S.              80495502
APPLICABILITY OF ESP'S FOR CONTROL OF VOL ATILE&TKACE
METAL PAHTICULATE FROM NONFERROUS METAL PHODUCI
                      DR. J. REVIS HALL
LAB TRAINING FOR wwT PLANT OPERATORS TO
MEET SELF-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
                                                           NEw   77/U9/27
            CONT  77/06/03
            CONT  77/05/02
            CUNT  77/09/lb
                      CAIN, VEDA M.
0042
-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPt OF
           GRANT
TITLE
DATE OF
 AWARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                       ALASKA
 **  RESEARCH **

 ALASKA, UNIV. OF
      FAIRBANKS
 ALASKA, UNIV, OF
     FAIRBANKS
 ALASKA, UNIV. OF
     FAIRBANKS
                      SHAW, 0, G.              80392303
ALASKAN OIL SEEPS:  THEIR CHEMICAL & BIOLOGICAL
EFFECTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT

                      SCHALLOCK, E.            60394503
ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF BOTTOM DISTURBANCE
ON THE ENVIRONMENT OF A CLEAR SUBARCTIC STREAM
                      BARSDATE, R,
OIL SPILLS: EFFECTS ON ARCTIC LAKE SYSTEMS
                                                                                           80451203
            CONT  77/06/21
                                                                                                       CONT   77/06/09
            CONT  77/09/08
            $123,991
                                 $33,238
            $156,130
 ALASKA, UNIV. OF
     FAIRBANKS
EMMONAK, CITY OF
     EMMQNAK
                      MCROY, C,                80566B01
CONSEQUENCES OF CRUDE OIL CONTAMINATION
ON COLD CLIMATE SALT MARSHES & INSHORE ECOSYSTEMS
                      REDFOX, 0,
ALASKA VILLAGE RES, PROJECT
                                                                                           8U566001
                                                                                                       Ntw   77/09/14
                                                           NEW    77/09/12
                                 $30,000
WAINrtRIGHT, CITY OF
     WAINWRIGHT
                      NAYAKIK, C.
ALASKA VILLAGE RESEARCH PROJECT
8056610}
                                                                                                       NEW   77/09/14
                                                                                 $52,319
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                             TITLE
                       PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                       FELLOW
GNANT NO   TYPt  OF    DATE UF   ATTBTtTlT  OF
            GKANT      AWARD     GKANT  AWARD
                                                       AMI Z 0 N A
** RESEARCH **

ARIZONA, UNIV.  UF
     TUCSON
ARIZONA, UNIV.
     TUCSON
ARIZONA,  UMIV.  OF
      TUCSON
ARIZONA,  UNIV.  UF
      TUCSON
ARIZONA,  UNIV.  UF
      TUCSON
** LiEMONSTRAT HJN **

ARIZONA  DEPARTMENT UF HEALTH SERVICES
     PHUENIX
                       FULLER.  WALLACE H,       80398801
UTILIZE LIME,IRON  OXIDES  &  FLUX CONTROL
DESIGN DISPOSAL  SITE  LINERS MINIMIZE POLLUTION MIGRATION

                       FOGEL,  M,M.              80*467902
ENVRN. MONITORING  AND ASSESSMENT OF COAL
STRIP MINING  AND RECLAMATION  IN THE FOUR CORNER'S AREA

                       HOENIG,  S.               80522801
USE OF ELECTROSTATICALLY  CHARGED FOG FOR
CONTROL UF DUST  FROM  UP£N SOURCES

                       LEDOWITZ, i.              805.41801
POLLUTANTS AERO  ALLERGENS AND  RESPIRATORY
DISEASES

                       FREISER,  H               BU5«2701
ANALYSIS AND  CHARACTERIZATION  OF ORGANIC
CARBON COMPOUND  IN ATMOSHERIC  PARTICLATE MATTER
                       BECK.  JOHN h.
IMPLEMENTATION  OF  ARIZONA'S  SOLID WASTE
MANAGEMENT PLAN
                                                00909102
                                                                                             00909102
             INCR  77/04/os
             CONT   77/09/12
             NEW    77/05/02
            NEW    77/07/12
            NEW    77/09/28
            INCR   77/Ob/17
                                                             INCR   77/06/01
 il7,168
tl<*b,000
                                  128,000
** TRAINING  **

ARIZONA,  UNIV. UF
      TUSSON
                       SIERKA,  RAYMUND
         IN  WAFER  POLLUTION  CONTRUL
9U018605    INCR  77/08/31
$19,500
MARICIIPA  CO,  COMM. COLLEGE 01S T .
     PHOENIX
                       w.  H.  MORRISON
 SEf'INAR OF IDENTIFICATION, SOLUTION OF WW PLAN
 OPERATION & VAINTENANCF P"OBLEf1S
Ou9ia901    NEW   77/09/28
  »6<000
02-27-78
                                                          PAGt

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT OIKECTOR  /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NQ  TYPE UF   DATE UF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                      A H I I 0 N A
 ** FELLOWSHIPS  **

 ARIZONA  STATE  UNIV.
      TEMPE
M.S./ENGR.
                      HOFFMAN, J,  T.
91101301    NEW   77/06/04
                                  S7,356
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                      HKUJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               liKANT NO
                                            TITLE
                                                          TYPt  UF
                                                           GRANT
DATt UF
 AWARD
      UF
GRANT AWARD
                                                     ARKANSAS
** RESEARCH **


ARKANSAS STATt GAME AND FISH COMM,
     LITTLE ROCK
ARKANSAS, UNIV. UF
     FAYETTEVULE
ARKANSAS, UNIV. UF
     FAYETTEVILLE
ARKANSAS,  UNIV.  UF
     FAYETTEVILLE
** TRAINING  **


ARKANSAS OEPT OF  PC&E
     LITTLt
                      HENDERSON, 3,            S0545301
EVALUATION OF FILTER FEEDING FISHES FOR
REMOVING EXCESSIVE. NUTRIENTS & ALGAE FROM WASTEHATER

                      TESTERMAN, M.K.          8U«a2901
DEVELOPMENT OF REAL TIME AEROSOL SIZE SPECTRUM
ANALYZER

                      TESTERMAN, M,
DEVELOPMENT OF REAL-TIME AEROSOL SIZE SPECTRUM
ANALYZER EMPLOYING RELAXATION-TIME MEASUREMENT

                      THIBODEAUX, L. J,
MEASUREMENT OF VOLATILE CHEMICAL EMISSIONS
FROM HW BASINS
                      JOE H, SHAw
STATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL MANPOWER
DEVELOPMENT PROGRA
                                                           NEW    77/09/30
                                                           INCR  77/09/22
                                                                                           8u««2902    CONT  77/04/28
                                                                                                       NEW   77/o9/ot>
                                               OU619101    NE«   77/09/29
                                                                                 $33,000
                                                                                 S9t),000
                                                                                  18,
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                   CAL  IFORNIA
 **  RESEARCH  **

 CALIFORNIA DEPT, OF HEALTH
      SACRAMENTO
 CALIFORNIA DEPT. OF HEALTH
      SACRAMENTO
 CALIFORNIA  INST, OF-  TECH.
     PASADENA
 CALIFORNIA INST, OF TECH.
     PASADENA
 CALIFORNIA INST. OF  TECH.
     PASADENA
 CALIFORNIA STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
     SACRAMENTO
                      WESOLOWSKI, J.J,         80557701
TECHNIQUE FUK IN-SITU CALIBRATION OF PARTICULATE
MASS MONITORS

                      DEANE, M.                80559301
PILOT STUDY OF ACUTE BRONCHITIS & ITS RELATION
TO AIR POLLUTION
                      FRIEDLANDER, S. K,
RELATIONSHIP OF SMOG AEROSOL TO POLLUTION
SOURCES
                                                                                           80216004
                                                                                           80499001
                      SHAIR, FREDERICK H,
DEV.&APPLIC. OF MULTIPLE TRACER TECHNIQUES
FOR STUDY OF POLLUTANT TRANSPORT&DISPERSION IN AlMUSPHERE
                      SEINFELD, JOHN H.
EVALUATION Of THE ACCURACY AND VALIDITY
OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AIR QUALITY MODELS
                                                                                           30553701
                      STEPHENS, R. D.          80469201
HAZARDOUS WASTE SAMPLING, ANALYSIS & COMPATIBILIfY
STUDY

                                               80469201
            NEW   77/09/21
                                                                                                       NEW    77/09/23
            INCR  77/04/21
            INCR  77/07/08
            NEW   77/09/27
                                                                                                       INCR  77/04/28
                                                                                                       INCR  77/07/29
 S29,955
                                 $24,631
 $60,000
 $13,500
$110,180
                                $211,000
                                 $50/000
CALIFORNIA STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
     SACRAMENTO
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
     FULLERTDN
                      WESOLOwSKI, J,
IMPROVEMENT £ EVALUATION OF METHODS FOR
SULFATE ANALYSIS
                                                                                           60544701
                      EILERS, H. PETER         60543801
PRODUCTION IN COASTAL SALT MARSHES OF SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA

                                               80543601
            NEW   77/08/30
                                                                                                       NEW   77/07/28
                                                                                                       INCH  77/09/12
 $69,324
                                 $20/654
                                 $19,319
02-37-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE. UF
           GRANT
DATE OF
 AWARD
GKANT AWARD
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** RESEARCH **

CALIFORNIA, UNIV. Of
     DAVIS
                      TANJI, K. K.
IRRIGATION TAILwATER MANAGEMENT
80360302    INCR  77/09/20
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. Of-
     RIVERSIDE
                      STEPHENS, E.
OX I DANT/PRECURSOR RELATIONSHIPS
                                               8U379902     INCH   77/09/27
                                 130,000
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. Of-
     BERKELEY
                      CASIDA, J.
TOXAPHENE COMPOSITION AND TOXICOLOGY
80391303
                                                           CUNT  77/05/20
             $45,000
CALIFORNIA, UNIV.  OF
     BERKELEY
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
     LA JOLLA
                      VAN DEN BOSCH, R.        8U420502    CONT  77/09/26
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL IN AN URBAN PEST MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM
                      GOLDBERG, EDWARD D,      80421501
NATIONAL MARINE POLLUTION MONITORING PROGRAM
            INCR  77/09/27
                                 $50,000
            $350,000
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF-
     BERKELEY
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  nF
     RIVERSIDE
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  Of-
     RIVERSIDE
CALIFORNIA, UNIV.  OF
     LOS ANGELES
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. Of-
     DAVIS
                      COOPER, R.               80436602
ASBESTOS IN DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLIES & CANCER
INCIDENCE IN 5 CALIFORNIA COUNTIES
                                               80451602
                                                           CONT  77/07/06
                      LUND, L,
DETERMINATION & PREDICTION OF CHEMICAL
FORM OF TRACE METALS IN SEWAGE SLUDGES & SLUDGE AMENDED SOILS
            CONT   77/08/04
                      PITTS, J,                8045U602
MEASURE HALOGENATED POLLUTANTS & TRACE
GASES TROPOSPHERE LONG-PATH IN-SITU INFRARED ABSORP SPECTRO
            CONT  77/05/20
                      PICKETT, M.              804&8io2
YERSINIA  ENTEROCOLITICA RESERVIDHS AND
IMPORT IN HUMAN DISEASE

                      SCHRilEDER, fc, D,         80509701
ANALYSIS OF BIOLOGICAL wASTEwATER TREATMENT
PLANT PERFORMANCE
            CONT  77/08/31
            NEw   77/04/07
                                $122,400
             $84,811
             $76,961
                                                                                                                            $29,375
             $74,V90
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UP
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                   CALIFORNIA
 **  RESEARCH **

 CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
      DAVIS
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     BERKLEY
                      LAST, J, A,
MUCUS GLYCUPROTEINS SECRETED BY TKACHEAL
EXPLANTS FROM RATS EXPOSED TO POLLUTANTS

                      MANZA, A,
ANALYSIS Of- NCHS DATA ON NQNMELANOMA SKIN
CANCER
                                               80535501    NEW   77/09/06
60537901    NEW   77/06/09
                                                                                           60537901     INCR   77/09/20
                                 $36,197
$27,340
                                                                                 $6,450
CALIFORNIA? UNIV. Of
     RIVERSIDE
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     RIVERSIDE
                      PRATT, P. F.             80539401    NEW   77/06/03       $31,460
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MANAGEMENT OF NITROGEN
IN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE
                      TAYLOR, 0,               80541001    NEW   77/07/14      8222,000
IMPACT OF OXJDANT AIR POLLUTANTS ON WESTER
CONIFEROUS FOREST ECOSYSTEM
                                               80541001    INCR  77/09/15       S40,000
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     BERKELEY
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     DAVIS
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     IRVINE
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     DAVIS
                      TREZEK, G, J.            80541401
FUNDAMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE PREPARATION
OF REFUSE DERIVED FUELS
                                                                                                       NEW    77/06/30
                      TANJI, K.
NONPOINT SOURCE SEDIMENT PRODUCTION IN
THE COLUSA BASIN DRAINAGE AREA
                                                                                           80546201     NEW   77/09/12,
                      MOLINA, M.               80553201
CHEMICAL REACTIONS OF ATMOSPHERIC HALOGENATED
SPECIES
                      ROLSTON, D.
DENITRIFICATION AS AFFECTED 8Y IRRIGATION
FREQUENCY JF A FIELD SOIL
                                                                                                       NEW   77/08/29
                                                                                           80555001     NEW   77/09/29
                                $130,000
                                $170,000
                                 184,770
                                  S97,995
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               GHANT NU
          TYPE OF
           GRANT
OATt UF
 AWARD
      UF
GRANT AWARD
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** RESEARCH **

CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     BERKEKEY
CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY  OF
     LAJOLLA
                      FRANKIE, G.              80S55601
A STUDY OF HOMEOWNER ATTITUDES & PRACTICES
TOWARDS INSECTS 8, PESTICIDES IN THREE U, S. METRO. AREAS
                      GOLDBERG, EDWARD o.
NATIONAL MARINE POLLUTION MONITORING PROGRAM
            NEw   77/09/12
80421501    INCW  77/07/15
                                                                                 $28,650
                                                                                  $6,192
CHINO BASIN  MUN.  WATER  DIST.
     CUCAMONGA
CONTRA COSTA  CNTY.  HEALTH  OtPT.
     MARTINZ
HYDROCOMP,  INC,
     PALO  ALTD
LOMA LINDA  UNIV.
     LOMA LINDA
MOULTON NIGUEL  wATfcW  DIST.
     LAGUNA
OCCIDENTAL  COLLEGE
     LOS  ANGELES
OXNARD, CITY  UF
     OXNARD
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA  EDISOM  CO.
     HOSEME40
                      FERGUSON, R.             8U462002
REDUCTION UF SALINE POLLUTION OF THE GROUNDWATER
ATTRIBUTED TU DAIRY OPERATIONS

                                               80555101
                                                           CONT  77/06/21
                      WOOD, ;j,
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY INCIDENCE CANCER
RELATED INDUSTRIAL EMISSIONS HEAVILY INDUSTRIALIZED PAKT CNTY
            NEW   77/09/27
                      CRAWFORD, NUKMAN H.      80372201
FINAL TESTING & COMPLETION OF THE WATERSHED-SCALE
PESTICIDE AND NUTRIENT TRANSPORT MODEL

                      MAGIE, A,                8U460602
CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTES
COLLEGE STUDENTS FUNCTION PHOTOCHEMICAL AIR POLLUTION

                      O'CONNOR, J.             8Ub27901
RESEARCH STUDY FOR CONTINUING DOCUMENTATION
OF PURIFYING DOMESTIC SEWAGE BY USING AQUATIC PLANTS
                      MORTON, M,
SEASONAL CYCLES IN BODY COMPOSITION ORGAN
SYSTEM FUNCTION & ENERGETICS OF GRASSLAND HIHDS C.ULSTRIP
                      GUSTAFSON, H, A.
DEVELOPMEN1 OF A REMOTELY OPERATED VEHICLE
TO CONTROL HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SPILLS

                      MARTIN, „,
        COOLING TOWER TEST MODULE PROGRAM
                                                                                           ttUS36b01
            INCR  77/06/17
            CONT   77/U9/12
                                                                                                       NEW   77/08/
-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
TITLE
                                                  C A I IFORNIA
 ** RESEARCH **
 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA METRO, WATER DIST.
     LOS ANGELES
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. JF
     LOS ANGELES
STANFORD RESEARCH I\ST,
     MENLO PARK
                      PEARSON, H,E,
WATER QUALITY EFFECTS RELATED TO BLENDING
WATERS OF DIFFERENT ORIGIN IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
80470903    CONT  77/09/21
                      HEIDELBERGER, CHARLES
IMPROVED SCORING OF CHEMICAL TRANSFORMATION
OF C3H/10T1/2 CELLS

                      HENORY, DALE G.
REACTIONS OF OXY RADICALS IN THE ATMOSPHERE
                                                                                          80520801
            NEW   77/08/30
                                                                                           80380603     CONT   77/06/20
 S59,000
$289,042
                                 $45,000
                                                                                           80384605
                                                           INCH  77/09/22
                                 $40,000
STANFORD RESEARCH IMST,
     MENLO PARK
STANFORD UNIV.
     STANFORD
STANFORD UNIV.
     STANFORD
TETRA TECH. INC.
     LAFAYETTE
WOODWARD CLYDE CONSULTANTS
     SAN FRANCISCO
** DEMONSTRATION **

CALIF. DEPT. OF HEALTH SERVICES
     SACRAMENTO
                      JONES, J, L.
IDENTIFICATION OF RES, DEVELOPMENT 8, DEMO,
NEEDS FOR POLLUTION CONTROL IN FOOD INDUSTRY

                      MCCARTY, P.
GROUNDWATEK INJECTION OF RECLAIMED WATER
IN PALO ALTO

                      ROBERTS, P,
FEASIBILITY OF USING CHLORINE DIOXIDE IN
THE DISINFECTION OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER

                      CHEN, C, W,
MODELING FOR 208 AREA WJDE HASTE MGMTe
PLANNING IN NQN DESIGNATED AREAS

                      SARTOR, J,
WATER QUALITY AND BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF
URBAN RUNOFF ON COYOTE CREEK
                                                                                           80464201     INCH   77/05/20
                                                                                           80443102     CONT   77/05/11
                                                                                           80542601
                                                                                           80541801
                      COLLINS, HARVEY F,       00913501
IMPLEMENTATION OF ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES
OF CALIFORNIA'S HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
            NEW   77/08/05
                                                                                           80445001     INCR   77/08/19
            NEW   77/09/30
            INCR   77/05/27
                                                                                $43,328
                                $292,070
 $69,030
                                  415,000
 825,658
 £166,000
02-87-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                 10

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE UF   DATt OF   AflBBPT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     CHANT A«AHD
                                            TI TLE
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** DEMONSTRATION **

CALIFORNIA RESOURCES AGENCY
     SACRAMENTO
                      ALBERT A MARINO          00913701    INCR  77/06/06
SOLID WASTE PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION & DEMONSTRATION
                                  *70,000
MASYSVILLE, CITY OF
     MARYSVILLE
                      ONDEREK, J. C.
ELLIS LAKE - HYDRILLA ERADICATION
80525601    NEW   77/05/20    SI,375,000
NORTH MARIN CNTY,  WATER  DISI,
     NQVATO
                      NELSON, J. o.
STAFFORD LAKE - CLEAN LAKES GRANT PROGRAM
80491001    NEW   77/04/08      S290,250
ORANGE CNTY  HATER  D1ST.
     FOUNTAIN  VALLEY
** TRAINING  **

CALIF.  S.W.R.C.B.
     SACRAMENTO
                      ARGO, DAVID G.
EVALUATION OF FULL SCALE *t» REUSE SYSTEM
FOR DOMESTIC GROUNDWATER REPLENISHMENT
                      ROBERT V DAIGH
TNG OF WWT OPERATORS ON SITE TNG
8U387301    INCR  77/09/20
OU912U01    INCR  77/08/18
                                                                                S55/000
                                                                                $25,000
CALIF. STATE  BOARD  JF  FIRE  SERVICES
     SACRAMENTO
CALIFORNIA  POLYTECHNIC  STATE:  UNIV,
     SAN  LUIS  OBISP'J
CALIFORNIA  STATE  UNIV.
     SACRAMENTO
                      EDWARD SEITS             00913001
EMERGENCY HANDLING OF SPILLS & FIRES INVOLVING
PESTICIDES & OTHER AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS
            INCR  77/05/25
                      COTA, H.
CAL POLY UNDERGRADUATE AND SUMMER TRAINING
IN AIR POLLUTION

                      KERRI,  K.
REVISION AND EXPANSION OF OPERATION OF
WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS
                                               9UU67901     NEW   77/07/27
                                                                                           90U69001     NEW    77/05/10
                                                                                           9U069001     INCR   77/09/23
*2,950
                                 527,000
                                 429,500
                                                                                530,700
CALIFORNIA, UNIV.  of-
     DAVIS
                      KRONE, RAY 6,
ENVRN, & ENGR. INCLUDING IRRIGATION SCIENCE
8- CHEMICAL
                                                                                           90013106     INCR   77/09/06
                                 S22/200
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     11

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD

** TRAINING **
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. UF
BERKELEY
HUMBOLT STATE UNIV.
ARCATA
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
LOS ANGELES
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. JF
LOS ANGELES
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UN1V, JF
LOS ANGELES
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. 3F
LOS ANGELES
STANFORD UNIV.
CALIFORNIA

SELLECK, ROBERT E. 9U019005 INCR 77/09/06
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN WPC SCIENCE &
ENGR.
GEARHEART, ROBERT A. 9U066U01 INCR 77/09/06
INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS
BARBARO, G, 90055701 INCR 77/09/15
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
MCGINTY, RICHARD T, 90059301 INCR 77/07/06
RESEARCH 8, DEVELOPMENT OF METRO-APEX WATER
PLANNING 8, GAMING SIMULATION
MCGINTY, R. 90059302 CONT 77/07/27
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF METRO APEX
WATER PLANNING GAMING SIMULATION
MCGINTY, R, 900/0601 NEW 77/09/14
DISSEMINATION OF APEX II
MCCARTY, PERRY L. 90013308 INCR 77/08/31


$16,400
$8,426
$135,979
$40,000
$115,000
$17,100
$27,000
     STANFORD
ENVRN. & WATER QUALITY MQMT,
** FELLOWSHIPS **

CALIFORNIA STATE COLLEGE
     150MINGUEZ HILLS
M.S./ENVRN, STUDIES
                      FISHER, E. L.
91093101    INCR  77/04/21
  S175
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
     LOS ANGELES
                      RADKE, NORMAN
M.S./ELECTRICAL ENGR.-PART TIME
91090301    INCR  77/08/15
$2,004
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
     LONG BEACH
M.S./ENGR,
                      BANERJEE, 5,
91101801    NEW   77/08/16
  $296
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE     12

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITV
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPfc UF   DATE UF   AWWTNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** FELLOWSHIPS **

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
     DOMINGUEZ HILLS
                      BORDINARO, A.
M.S./AIR POLLUTION CONTROL-FULL TIME.
                                               91103601    NEW   77/08/16
                                                                                  47,655
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
     FULLERTON
                      BOEHM, J. C.
M.S./ENGR.
                                                                                           91113601     NEW    77/08/29
                                                                                  4«,2UO
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
     SACRAMENTO
M.S./CIVIL ENGR.
                      LEE, P. N, K.
                                                                                           91113901     NEW    77/U8/30
                                                                                                                               4577
                                                                                           91113901     INCR   77/09/20
                                                                                   S813
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
     BERKELEY
                      PHILLIPS, J. E.          91085001    INCR  77/08/15
M.S./AIR POLLUTION CONTROL-PART TIME AGENCY
                                                                                                                             41,320
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
     DAVIS
M.S./CIVIL ENGR.
                      BEN30N, PAUL E,
                                                                                           91106101     NEW    77/08/04
                                                                                 44,201
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
     BERKELEY
                      KENDALL, GARY R,
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.-PART TIME
                                                                                           91106901     NtW    77/08/03
                                  42,605
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
     BERKELEY
                      OLIVIERI, A.
ENVRN. HEALTH SCIENCE
                                                                                           91112901     NEW    77/09/19
                                                                                 42,496
CONTROL DATA  INST,
     LOS ANGELES
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
                      ELVIN, BRUCE M.
                                                                                           91106801     NEW    77/09/15
                                  43,310
GOLDEN GATE UNIV.
     SAN FRANCISCO
M.S./PUBLIL ADMIN.
                      CHIU, A.
                                                                                          91103301     NEW    77/08/10
                                  43,523
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     13

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT Uf
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT ANARD

** FELLOWSHIPS **
GOLDEN STATE UNIV.
SAN FRANCISCO
HEALD ENGINEERING COLLEGE
SAN FRANCISCO
HEALD ENGR. COLLEGE
SAN FRANCISCO
LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIV.
LOS ANGELES

SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY COLL,
SAN BERNARDINO
SAN JOSE STATE UNIV.
SAN JOSE
SANTA CLARA, UNIV. JF
SANTA CLARA
SANTA CLARA, UNIV. OF
SANTA CLARA
SANTA CLARA, UNIV. JF
CALIFORNIA

CONDIT, R, J. 91114101 NEW 77/09/23 $3,402
ENVRN, MGMT.
DARDON, E, 9H08701 NEW 77/08/19 47,240
8. s. /ENVRN. ENGR^/PART TIME
THOMSON, CHARLES P. 9108B401 INCR 77/06/09 S2»3b7
B. S. /ELECTRONIC ENGR.
RUDIN1CA, M. 91113701 NEw 77/08/29 $1,656
M.S. /ENVRN. ENGR.
91113701 INCH 77/09/26 41,414
ARMAS, D. 91115101 NEW 77/09/22 42,109
A. S, /HATER SUPPLY
SHIRLEY, R, 91109201 NEW 77/08/03 S7,161
B.S./MECH. ENGR.
MANGAT, T, 91077901 INCR 77/08/23 S3, 581
M.S. /MECHANICAL ENGR.
LISTON, B, 91106201 NEW 77/08/16 $4,315
M.S. /COMPUTER SCIENCE
VILLANUEVA, R, 91109701 NEW 77/08/11 43,925
     SANTA CLARA
M.S./COMPUTER SCIENCE-PART TIME
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE  —  14

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DJHtCTUR /
                      FELLOW
      NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF    AMOBWt UF
           GRANT     AWARD     CHANT AMARU
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** FELLOWSHIPS **

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. JF
     LOS ANGELES
M.S. /AIR POLLUTION CONTROL'
                             , JAMES S,
                                               9107dl01     INCH   77/06/09
SOUTHtRN CALIFORNIA, UNIV.
     LOS ANGELES
M.S./PUBLIC ADMIN.
                      DANZIG, A.
                                               91099601     NEw    77/08/19
                                                                                                                              $3,048
SOUTHtRN CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  JF
     LOS ANGELES
                                            Mt  S./ENVRN.  £NGR,
                      LONGwELL, R,
91101501    NEw   77/08/15
SOUTHERN  CALIFORNIA,  UNJV.  JF
     LOS  ANGELES
                                            M.S./PUBLIC  AD*IN.
                      EATON, D,
911Ci8a01    NEW   77/06/29
                                                                                  S8,356
SOUTHERN  CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  JF
     LOS  ANGELES
ENGR./PAHT TIME AGENCY
                      CHOI, B, J,
                                               91113801    NEN   77/09/09
                                   42,780
STANFORD  UNIV.
     STANFORD
ENGH./PART TIME
                      HANTZSCHE,  N.
91115001    NEW   77/09/19
S3,065
STANFORD  UNIV.
     STANFORD
M.S./CIVIL
                      DUFFY, 0,
91115401    NEW   77/09/23
$4,200
WESTERN STATE  UNIV.
     FULLERTUN
                      YOSHIDA, G.
91113501    NEW   77/09/23
S3,810
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     15

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
DATE Of
 AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                     COLORADO
 **  RESEARCH **

 AMERICAN  WATER  wURKS ASSOC. RES,  FDN,
      DENVER
 BOULDER, CITY OF
     BOULDER
COLORADO DEPT OF HfcALTH
     DENVER
COLORADO SCH OF MINES RES.  1NST.
     GOLDEN
COLORADO SCHOOL OF
     GOLDEN
                      TARAS, MICHAEL J,
REMOVAL OF TRACE OHGANICS FROM WATER USING
ACTIVATED CARBON & POLYMERIC ADSORBENTS
60443301    INCH  77/09/14
                      SMITH, 0.                80393102
EVALUATION OF HIGH RATE INFILTRATION PERCOLATION
BIDS TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY

                      ROBERT SIEK, ACTING DI   00813102
AIR 8, WATEN QUALITY STUDIES IN COLORADO
ENERGY AREAS

                      KLOEPPER, 0.             80416201
MINERALOGY OF OVERBURDEN RELATED TO GROUND-WATER
DEGRADATION IN STRIP MINING IN COAL

                      TAYLOR, G, C.            60466101
POLICY ANALYSIS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTROL
            CONT  77/07/21
                                                                                                       INCR   77/09/30
                                                                                                       INCH   77/09/21
                                                                                                       INCH   77/09/14
                                                                                $14,925
             541,304
                                  $8,000
                                4275,000
                                  $5,413
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
     FORT COLLINS
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
     FORT COLLINS
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
     FORT COLLINS
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
     FORT COLLINS
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
     FORT COLLINS
                      BERG, w,
VEGETATIVE STABILIZATION OF PARAHU SPENT
OIL SHALE

                      THURSTON, R. V.
TOXIC EFFECTS ON THE AQUATIC BIOTA FROM
COAL AND OIL SHALE DEVELOPMENT

                      THURSTQN, ROBERT V,
TOXIC EFFECTS ON THE AQUATIC BIOTA FROM
COAL & OIL SHALE DEV.
WATER-QUALITY HYDROLOGY OF SURFACE-MINED
WATERSHEDS

                      BERG, v*. A.
VEGETATIVE STABILIZATION OF SPENT OIL SHALES
                                                                                           80378803     CONT   77/08/29       $43,301
80395002    INCR  77/04/22       S20,000
                                                                                           80395003     CONT   77/09/19      J424,640
                                               80467302    CONT  77/08/30       $38,509
80471901    INCR  77/08/10       $10,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
APPLICANT
               I TY
                                            TITLE
                                                                  PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                  FELLOW
                                               UKANT NU  TYPE OF
                                                          GRANT
        DATfc UF
         AWARD
      UF
GRANT ArtiKD
                                                     COLORADO
** RESEARCH **

COLORADO STATt UNIV,
     FORT COLLINS
COLORADO STATE  UNIV.
     FORT  COLLINS
COLORADO  STATE  UNIV.
      FORT  COLLINS
 COLORADO  STATt  UNIV,
      FORT  COLLINS
                      WALKER, *YNN R.
IRRIGATION & GROUNDWATER MGMT FUR LAND
DISPOSAL OF ANIMAL WASTES
                                               80482701
                      CRUTZEN, PAUL S.         80492102
INVESTIGATE NUMERICAL ROLE VARIOUS HALOCAHBON
CHEMICAL RtACTANTS STHATlJSPHEHIC&TROPOSPHERIC OZONEiPH

                      NATUSCH, D,              8U516301
INTERACTION OF METAL IONS wITH ORGANIC
LIGANDS IN NATURAL WATERS

                      HIBLER, CHARLES P,       60521501
CROSS TRANSMISSION OF GIARDIA
INCH  77/04/21
CONT  77/08/30
NEW   77/04/07
NEW   77/04/22
 $119,700
  $56,440
  464,992
  *29,333
 COLORADO  STATE  UNIV,
      FORT  COLLINS
COLORADO  STATE  UNIV,
      FORT  COLLINS
COLORADO  STATE  UNIV.
      FORT  COLLINS
COLORADO  STATt  UNIV.
     FT.  COLLINS
COLORADO,  UNIV,  OF
     BOULDER
COLORADO, UNIV.  OF
     BOULDER
                      REITER, E,
LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT li TRANSFORMATION MODtL
FOR 302 & SULFATE
                                               80^27101
                      DODD,  J.L.               8US32001
EFFECTS ON CONTROLLED SULFUR DIOXIDE FUMIGATION
ON PRIMARY PRODUCER AND INVERTEBRATE CONSUMtRS
                      SABEY, S. R.
SOLID FILTRATION OF SEWAGE EFFLUENT OF
RURAL AREA
                                               80540101
                                               80S4S701
NtW   77/08/16
NEw   77/07/26
Nhw   77/07/OB
                      SIMONS, D,
EFhECTIVENESS VEGETATION BUFFER STRIPS
CONTROLLING SEDIMENT ft OTHER POLLUTANTS DISTURBED WATERSHEDS
NEw   77/09/22
                      CHAPPELL,  W.             80364503
DETERMINE HEALTH EFFECTS DATA &  PREPARE
CRITERIA DOCUMENT RECOMMENDING DRINKING WATER

                      BENNETT, EDWIN R.        803B7101
SE*AGE DISPOSAL BY EVAPORATION-TRANSPIRATION
CONT  77/06/20
INCH  77/05/02
  $40,000
 $163,070
  i39,802
                                                                               $182,000
 $158,780
                      47,000
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 17

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GKANT AWARD
                                                    COLORADO
 ** RESEARCH **

 DENVER, UNIV. OF
     DENVER
DENVER, UNIV. OF
     DENVER
RESOURCES ADMIN, AND DEVELOPMENT
     f-ORt COLLINS
** DEMONSTRATION **

COLORADO DEPT. OF HEALTH
     DENVER
DENVER METRO SEWAGE DISPOSAL DIST
     COMMERCE CITY
STERLING COLORADO BEEF CO.
     STERLING
                      RINARD, G,
STUDY OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF HOT-SIDE
PRECIPITATORS

                      SCHMIDT-COLLERUS, J.
INVESTIGATION OF ENZYMATIC SCREENING TESTS
FOR MUTAGENS IN ENVRN. POLLUTANTS

                      RADOSEVICH, GEORGE E.
ACHIEVING IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW QUALITY
CONTROL THROUGH IMPROVED LEGAL SYSTEMS
                                               80532401    NEW   77/08/15
                                                                                          80567101    NEw   77/09/83
                                                                                          8U430301    INCH  77/05/16
                      QRVILLE F, STODOARDf P   OU817301
STATE OF COLORADO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
DEMONSTRATION PROJECT.

                      PUNTENNEY, JOHN L.       80391001
DEMONSTRATION OF FULL-SCALE* OPEN-TANK,
 PURE OXYGEN-ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEM

                      ADAMS, WALTER            80450501
PROTEIN RECOVERY FROM MEATPACKING EFFLUENT
            INCH  77/06/30
                                                                                                       INCR   77/04/28
                                                                                                       NEW    77/09/37
                                £146,666
                                 $40,000
                                  $7,586
$44,000
                                 $35,000
                                $140,000
** TRAINING *»

AMERICAN HATER WKS. ASSOC.
     DENVER
COLORADO DEPT. OF HEALTH
     DENVER
                      HASKINS, 8,              90073301    NEW   77/09/22      $360,225
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT ON SAFE DRINKING
WATER ACT
                      ATHONY R06BINS, EXEC.    00619101    NEW   77/08/22
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR TRAINING
                                                                                                                            $11,000
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
     FORT COLLINS
                      MORRISON, s« M,
WATER QUALITY MICROBIOLOGY & ENGR,
                                                                                          90026605     INCR   77/09/14
                                 $19,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE     IB

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPAL!
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE UF   DATE UF   AMOUNT Up
           tiHANT     AWAHD     &HAN1 AHAHD
                                                    COLORADO
** TRAINING **

COLORADO STATE UNIV.
     FOKT COLLINS
DENVER COMHUN, COLLEGE
     DENVER
                      MANESS, M,               90071801    NEW   77/09/20
NATIONAL CENTER FOR MOTOR VEHICLE EMISSIONS
CONTROL TRAINING
                      ZGUT, J,
STAFF GUIDE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT GRANT
                                               90070801    NEW   77/09/15
                                 $99,996
                                                                                                                            $16,900
DENVER COMMUN,  COLLEGE
     DENVER
                      ZGUT, JO ELEN
WATfcR/wASTEMTER STUDENT AIR PROGRAM
                                               90075601
            NEW   77/09/a6
                                                                                                                             $7,000
NATIONAL CONFERENCE  STATE  LtGISLATORS
     DENVER
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

COLORADO STATE  UNIV.
     FOHT COLLINS
                      KURTZ, K.                90065801    NEW   77/06/28
STATE LEGISLATIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION
aos
                      FORD, KARL L.
M.S./ENVRN. ADMIN, & PLANNING-FULL TIME
                                               91107901
            NEW   77/08/16
                                                                                                                            $92/249
$7,798
COLORADO, UNIV. OF
     DENVER
8.S,/CIVIL ENGR.
                      KINSEY,  JOHN
91065901    INCR  77/09/12
02-27-78
             PAGE
                                                                 19

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TVPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AnlAKO
                                                  COMMECTICUT
 **  RESEARCH  **

 CONNECTICUT,  UNJV.  JF
      STORRS
SIAM  INST, FUR MATHEMATICS  &  SUC,
         CANAAN
                      SCHULTZ, R, JACK         80519501
GENETIC VARIATION 8, RESISTANCE TO CARCINOGENS
IN NATURAL WATERS
                      THOMSEN, 0.
STATISTICS & ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
            NEW   77/05/26
60493202    CONT  77/09/15
 $40,000
$100,000
** DEMONSTRATION **

CONN. DEPT. OF ENVIK, PROTECTION
     HARTFORD
                      JOESEPH L, SOREN
STATE SOLID WASTE DEMO GRANT
00113301    INCR  77/07/06
 $45,000
** TRAINING **

CONNECTICUT PUBLIC  TV
     HARTFORD
                      BINFORD, J, A.
BIOGRAPHY OF A DRINK OF WATER
90056001    INCH  77/04/01
 $60,876
CONNECTICUT STATE HEALTH  D£PT
     HARTFORD
                      wOODHULL,
WATER SUPPLY STATE TRAINING
90074601    NEW   77/09/22
    $990
** FELLOWSHIPS **

CONNECTICUT, UNIV. JF
     STDRRS
M.S./CIVIL
                      CURTIS, B,
91112501    NEW   77/06/31
  $2,147
NEW HAVEN, UNIV, OF
     WEST HAVEN
                      OOULITTLE, w.            91063801    JNCR  77/08/01
M.S./AIR POLLUTION CONTROL-PART TIME AGENCY
                                  43,437
NEW HAVF.N, UNIV, OF
     WEST HAVEN
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                      SIMONE, L.
91085401    INCH  77/08/05
  S2,660
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     20

-------
 APPLICANT                                                         PROJECT DIRECTOR  /        GKANT  NO   TYPE  UF    DATE UF   AMOUNT UF
                                                                  FELLOW                               GRANT      AWARD     GHANT AHAHD
      MUNICIPALITY                           TITLE
                                                     DELANARE
** RESEARCH  **
DELAWARE' UNIV  OF                                                  CARRIKER, MELBOURNE       8U548901     NEH    77/06/23       $20/000
      LENES  '                               FOURTH BIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL ESTUARlNE
                                            RESEARCH CONFERENCE
02-27-78

-------
APPLICANT
MUNICIPALITY

** RESEARCH **
AMERICAN PETROLEUM INST,
WASHINGTON
HOWARD UNIV.
WASHINGTON
HOWARD UNIV.
WASHINGTON
NATIONAL CENTER FUR RESOURCE RECOVERY
WASHINGTON
PUBLIC TECH. INC.
WASHINGTON
SMITHSONIAN INST.
PROJECT DIRECTOR /
FELLOW
TITLE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

NANNEYr T,
SHORELINES & SALT MARSH AREAS PROTECTION
& RESTORATION
OUTTA, S.
GENETIC & CELLULAR EFFECTS OF MICROWAVE
RADIATION
GKANT NO TYPE \Jf DATE OF
GRANT AWARD


80463902 CONT 77/09/27
80356103 CONT 77/05/10
OKREND, H. 8U562701 Nfcw 77/09/14
APPLICATION OF FIREFLY LUCIFERASE BACTERIAL
ATP ASSAY TO MEASURE EFFICIENCY OF WATER SUPPLY IREATMtN
ALTER, HARVEY
PREPARATION, USE, AND COST OF D-RDF AS
A SUPPLEMENTARY FUEL IN STOKER FIRED BOILERS
MILLER, G, WADE
STATUS OF UZUNATION & CHLORINE DIOXIDE
TECHNOLOGIES FOR TREATMENT OF MUNICIPAL WATER
CORRELL, D. L.
80415001 INCR 77/07/19
80436501 INCR 77/05/12
SUPPLIES
60453601 INCR 77/05/16
AMOUNT UF
GRANT AWARD


£79,000
$43,500
$59,000
$289,750
$12,000
$181,423
     WASHINGTON
UNITED STATES DEPT, OF AGRICULTURE
     WASHINGTON
** DEMONSTRATION **

INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERERS
     WASHINGTON
INTERNATIONAL CITY "IGMT ASSISTANT
     WASHINGTON
** TRAINING **

CONSERVATION FDN
     WASHINGTON
NON POINT POLLUTION STUDIES ON AGRICULTURAL
LAND USE TYPtS PREVALENT IN COASTAL PLAIN ZONE 0^
                      TWEEDY, B,
PLANNING & CONDUCTING THE IX INTERNATIONAL
CONGRESS OF PLANT PROTECTION
                                                                                          80541701
                                               80436701
                                                           Ntw   77/08/30
                      HUMPHREY,  CHARLES E.
DEMONSTRATION OF ULTRAFILTRATION&CARBON
ADSORPTION FOR TREATMENT OF INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERING wASTEWATER
INCR  77/05/02
                      8ARTOLLOTTA, ROBERT J,
SOLID WASTE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR LOCAL
GOVERNMENT MANAGERS
                                                                                          80436001
                      RASTATTER, C.            90070501
CONSTRUCTING MUN, SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITIES
                                                           INCR  77/04/22
                                                           NEW   77/09/29
                      $5,000
$20,387
                     $31,945
                    $138,748
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                22

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNJCIPALI TY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO   TYPE OF    DATE  UF    AMOUNT  UF
           GRANT      AWARD      GRANT  AWARD
                                         DISTRICT   OF   COLUMBIA
 **  TRAINING  **

 CONSERVATION FDN,
      WASHINGTON
                      RASTATTER, C,
CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN STATEWIDE 2oe
PLANNING-REGION a
90068901    NEW    77/06/30
                                                                                           90U68901    INCR  77/09/23
                                                                                 S51,895
                                                                                 $30,000
 ENVRN.  ACTION FDN.
      WASHINGTON
 GEORGETOWN UNIV.
      WASHINGTON
                      MUNSON, R.               90072101    NEW   77/09/19
CIH2EN ASSISTANCE TO STATE IMPLEMENTATION
OF RCRA
                      MURRAY, F,
NATIONAL COAL POLICY PROJECT
                                               9UU76201    NEW   77/09/26
                                  555,000
                                  £25,000
 LEAGUE  OF  WOMEN VOTERS
      WASHINGTON
                      O'MARA, C,
208 WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROJECT
9UU6B501    NEW   77/06/30
$105,339
 LEAGUE  UF  WOMEN VOTERS EDUCATION FUND
      WASHINGTON
METRJ  SEWERAGE  AGENCIES,  ASSOC OF
     WASHINGTON
NATIONAL  ASSOC  OF  COUNTIES HES FDN
     WASHINGTON
NATIONAL  ASSOC,  OF  CONSERVATION DJST,
     WASHINGTON
NATIONAL ASSOC.  OF  COUNTIES
     WASHINGTON
                      VALDES-COGL1ANO,  SALLY   9U071501
PUBLIC EDUCATION TO SUPPORT HAZARDOUS &
SOLID WASTE MGMT

                      LINTON,R.                 9UU70701
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF MUNICIPAL TREATMENT
AGENCY DIRECTORS IN 208 PLANNING & IMPLEMENTATION
                      BULGER,  THOMAS J.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR COUNTIES IN SOLID
WASTE MANAGEMENT
                      UNGER,  DAVID G,           9U07«fl01
EDUCATION & TECHNICAL TRANSFER FOR IMPLEMENTING
NPS PHASE UF  208
                      WEAVER,  R.
PROPOSAL TO ASSIST WITH IMPLEMENTATION
OF  CLEAN AIR ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1977
            NEW   77/09/29
            NEw   77/09/30
9UObb701    INCR  77/OU/21
            NEW   77/09/26
90U75701    NEW   77/09/29
                                 $95,
 S59,755
 132,000
                                 S19,52U
                                 *50,000
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE    23

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NO  TYPE UF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                         DISTRICT    OF    COLUMBIA
 **  TRAINING  **

 NATIONAL  ASSOC. Of REGIONAL COUNCILS
      WASHINGTON
                      WEBSTER, R,
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT
                                               90076301    NEW   77/09/29
                                 $60,740
 NATIONAL GOVERNORS CONFERENCE
     WASHINGTON
NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES
     WASHINGTON
                      HELMINSKI, £.
STATE INITIATIVES TOWARD IMPLEMENTATION
OF THE RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT OF 1976
90066601    NEW   77/04/14
                      WILLIAMS, L. A,
RESOURCE CONSERVATION COMMITTEE PUBLIC
PARTICIPATION
90060701    INCR  77/08/16
                                                                                           90060701     INCR   77/04/21
£100fOOO
 $10,005
                                                                                $32,000
NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
     WASHINGTON
** FELLOWSHIPS **
AMERICAN UNIV,
     WASHINGTON
                      GOLTEN, R. J.
TRAINING PROGRAM FOR CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
IN 208 PLANNING
                      DAVIDSON, W, F,
M.S./TECH. MGMT./PART TIME AGENCY
90063301    INCR  77/05/12
91112401    NEW   77/09/14
  $3,060
AMERICAN UNIV.
     WASHINGTON
PH.D./WATER 8UALITY
                      BOSTATER, Ct
                                                                                           91114601     NEW    77/09/19
                                  43,852
GEORGE WASHINGTON
     WASHINGTON
                      MENDELSOHN, E. s,
M.S./ENVRN, CONTR. ENGR.
910S7001    INCR  77/06/10
  $2,431
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV.
     WASHINGTON
                      NUNN, A,
M.S./ENVRN, SCIENCE/PART TIME AGENCY
91110401    NErt   77/09/08
  SI,889
GEORGE WASHINGTON U\IV«
     WASHINGTON
                      CASTLE, CONSTANCE L.
M.S./ENVRNt PLANNING/LAW
91111401    NEW   77/07/28
  $3,857
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE     24

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /

                      FELLOrt
GKANT NU  TYPE. OF   OATt UF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                        DISTRICT   OF   COLUMBIA
** FELLOWSHIPS **


SEQRGE WASHINGTON
     WASHINGTON
                      PIEPER*  c.
WATER SUPPLY-PART TIME AGENCY
                                               91112001    Ntw   77/09/30
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                                                                          GRANT NO
                                                         TYPE UF
                                                          GRANT
        DATE OF
         AWARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                        L  D  R  I  D  A
 **  RESEARCH **

 AMERCIAN ELECTRUPLATERS'  SOCIETY
      WINTER PARK
CHARLOTTE HARBOR WATER ASSOC,  INC,
     CHARLOTTE HARBJR
DADE CNTY. DEPT PUBLIC HEALTH
     MIAMI
FLORIDA STATE OFFICE OF HEALTH
     TAMPA
                      SCHUMACHER/ J,           60530001
FIELD EVAL. UF NEW REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES
FOR CLOSED-LOOP TREATMENT OF ELECTROPLATING RINS6WATER3
                      DARBY, WILLIAM D,
STUDY OF REVERSE OSMOSIS FOR REMOVAL OF
CONTAMINANTS FROM DRINKING WATER
                                               80520701
                                               80452101
                                                           NEW
NEW   77/07/27
                      MORGAN, RICHARD A.
REMOVE ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS FROM GROUND
WATER/PREVENT FORMATION/POTENTIAL CARCINOGENS/DRINK ING WATER
INCH  77/04/21
                      WELLINGS, F,
MONITORING FOR PATHOGENIC NAE6LERIA
                                               80437502
CONT  77/04/01
                     $83,000
  $232,950
  Sill,096
   $84,121
FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
     TALLAHASSEE
                      WINCHESTER, J,
MESOSCALE SULFUR BALANCE STUDIES
                                               60388702
                                                                                                       INCH   77/09/12
                     $32,218
                                                                                          80388702
                                                           INCK  77/09/22
                                                                               $122,022
FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
     TALLAHASSEE
FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
     TALLAHASSEE
FLORIDA UNIV. OF
     LAKE ALFRED
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
     GAINESVILLE
                      NELSON, J. WILLIAM       80437601
ACCELERATOR 8ASED METHODS OF AEROSOL ANALYSIS
FOR BERYLLIUM

                      LIVINGSTON, R. J,        80526801
DETERMINATION OF STATISTICAL METHODS USED
TO IDENTIFY TROPHO-DYNAMIC INVOLVEMENT

                      NIGG, H, N,              80463302
WORKER REENTRY IN FL CITRUS PESTICIDES
IN THE AGRICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT

                      HUBER, WAYNE C.          80241102
A GUIDE FOR COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING FOR
CONTROL OF URBAN STORM £ COMBINED SEWER RUNOFF
                                                           INCH  77/07/27
                                                           NEW   77/07/20
                                                           CONT  77/09/20
                                                           INCH  77/05/12
                     $40,000
                    $100,000
                     551,982
                     S59,710
03-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                     26

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPE OF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AWARD
AMUUN1 UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                      F  L  3  R  I  0  A
** RESEARCH **
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
     GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
     GAINESVILLE
                      LUNDGREN, D.             80369203
STUDY UF INTERFACE PROBLEMS IN SAMPLING
& MEASUREMENT OF PARTICULATE POLLUTANTS IN HOT SIACK GASES
                      FINLAYSON, B.
URINARY STONE DISEASE AND WATER HARDNESS
                                                                                           80453002
            CONT  77/05/10
                                                           CONT  77/08/19
                                                                                $30,000
                                $446,324
FLORIDA, UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA, UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA, UNIVERSITY  OF
     GAINESVILLE
                      DAVIDSON, J. M.          80457002
SEWAGE SLUDGE-VIRAL & PATHOGENIC AGENTS
IN SOIL-PLANT-ANIMAL SYSTEMS

                      HYDE, D.                 8U531601
MOKPHOMETR1C EVALUATION OF THE PULMONARY
EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTANTS

                      SINGLEY, J,               80540001
CHEMICAL CONTROL OF WATER QUALITY  IN DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEMS

                      LUGO, A,                 80542401
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BLACK MANGROVE  FOREST
AND ESTUARINE WATERS

                      RAO, P.                  80552901
RETENTION AND TRANSFORMATIONS OF PHOSPHOROUS
AND SELECTED PESTICIDES IN SOILS AND SEDIMENTS.

                      BREZONIK, PATRICK L.     80556001
LOADING RAIES&ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF
NUTRIENTS HACIDITY&DRY ATMOSPHERIC PRECIPITATION
                      DAMRON,  B,  L.
EVALUATION Of- WASTE CITRUS ACTIVATED SLUDGE
IN POULTRY FEEDS
                                                                                          80399701
                                                                                                       CONT   77/08/02
                                                                                                       NEW    77/08/29
            NEW   77/09/14
            NEw    77/06/21
            NEW   77/09/27
            NEW   77/08/19
            INCR   77/07/27
                                                                               S274,301
                                 $49,028
   $55,602
   $35,000
  $182,949
   $45,000
    *2,521
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
     MIAMI
                      CARPENTER,  J.             80389302
ISOLATION AND STUDY OF CHLOR ORGANICS RESULTING
FROM CHLORINATION UF SEAwATER
                                                                                                       INCH   77/05/25
                                 $30,000
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                     27

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOE
                                               GKAN1 NU  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                      FLORIDA
 **  RESEARCH  **

 MIAMI,  UNIV.  OF
      MIAMI
                      CARPENTER, J,
ISOLATION AND STUDY OF CHLORO-ORGANICS
RESULTING FROM CHLORINATION OF SEAWATER
                                               80389303
                                                                                           8U389303
                                                           CONT  77/06/24
                                                           INCR  77/09/02
                    $130,000
                                                                                                                           £100,000
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
     CORAL GABLES
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
     CORAL GABLES
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
     MIAMI
                      ENOS, HENRY
MAN'S EXPOSURE TO HALOGENATED QRGANICS
FROM HIS DRINKING WATER

                      DAVIES, JOHN E,
PESTICIDE RESEARCH, TRAINING & LABORATORY
VALIDATION PROJECT

                      SNEDAKER, S, C,
SOUTHEAST FLORIDA OCEAN OUTFALL STUDY
                                               60461105    CONT  77/09/28      $179,845
                                               80462301    INCR  77/04/21       $70,000
                                               80474901    INCR  77/09/14      $200,000
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
     CORAL GABLES
                      8EASLEY, ANNIE           60478002    CONT  77/09/15
INACTIVATION ON NATURALLY OCCURRING ENTEROVIRUSES
                                                                                $59,129
MIAMI, UNIV, OF
     CORAL GABLES
OHIO STATE UNIV, RES. FDN,
     MIAMI
WEST FLORIDA, UNIV, OF
     PENSACOLA
WEST FLORIDA. UNIV. OF
     PENSACOLA
                      GRABQWSKI, C.            8US3U101
PESTICIDE EFFECTS ON PRENATAL CARDIOVASCULAR
PHYSIOLOGY

                      HQUDE, EDWARD            8U451902
LIMNOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF WATER QUALITY
& FISH LARVAE IN LAKE ERIE

                      RAO, K, RANGA            60454101
TOXIC SUBLETHAL & LATENT EFFECTS OF SELECTED
PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS & BARIUM SULFATE
                                               60536601
                                                           NEW   77/06/13
                                                           CONT  77/05/10
                                                           JNCR  77/09/27
                      MOSHIRI, G,
WATER QUALITY & EUTRQPHICATION STUDIES
IN SANTA ROSA SOUND IN THE PROXIMITY OF ESCAMBIA & SANTAROSA
NEW   77/08/16
                     J ,27,504
                     $18,b25
                     $60,012
                                                                                $28,333
02-27-78
             PAGE
                                                                28

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NU  TYPE LJF   DATE OF   AMUUNt UF
           GRANT     AWAKD     GHANT AWARD
                                                      FLORIDA
*• TRAINING **

FLORID*, UNIV. UF
     GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  of
     GAINESVILLE
                      OR RICHARD D PALMER
LAB TRAINING FOR WSWT TRMT OPERATORS TO
MEET SELF-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS


                      URUNE, P.
AIR POLLUTION TRAINING PROGRAM
00*124601
                                                                 77/05/26
90054204    CUNT  77/09/09
                                   41,000
                                                                                                                            $30,000
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

FLOROIA,  UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
                      CURE,  RQNALU WAYNE
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                                               91102101    NEW   77/07/29
                                 411,450
FLORIDA  STATE  UNIV.
      TALLAHASSEE
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  UF
     GAINESVILLE
AGENCY



M.S./ENVRN.
                      CRAFT, J,
                  .  PLANNING/PART TIME
                      HAZEN, I.
                                               9111baoi    NEW   77/09/27
                                               911uoa01    NEw   77/07/28
                                  4*1,200
                                  »7,9bO
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  UF
     GAINESVILLE
M.S./ENGR.
                      EVANS, BERNARD
91101101     NEW   77/UB/Oa
                                                                                 *1,615
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                      MANNING, J,
                                                                                           91103501     NEW    77/08/29
FLORIDA,  UNIV.  OF
     GAINESVILLE
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH
                      RUGGLES, A,
91104901     Ntw   77/07/29
                                                                                $10,386
FLORIDA, UNIV.  UF
     GAINESVILLE
M.S./ENGR.
                                                                  WHITE,  J.  C.
                                               91113001    NEW   77/08/31
                                                                                 44,200
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     29

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
G«ANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                     GEORGIA
** RESEARCH **

ATLANTA UNIV.
     ATLANTA
ATLANTA UNIV. CENTER
     ATLANTA
ATLANTA 2000 INC.
     ATLANTA
                      POLK, M,                 80444002
DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS FOR THE STABILIZATION
OF PYROLYTIC OILS

                      SHEEHY, R,               80420002
STUDIES ON THE MUTAGENICITY OF CHEMICAL
CARCINOGENS

                      HANIE, R.                60549101
URBAN ENVRN, FUTURES CONFERENCE
            CONT  77/06/30
                                                                                                      CUNT  77/06/30
                                                                                                      NEW   77/08/15
                                                                                S63,670
                                 $77,198
                                 $20,000
CLARK COLLEGE
     ATLANTA
FORT VALLEY STATE COLLEGE
     FORT VALLEY
GEORGIA INST, OF TECH.
     ATLANTA
                      BROWN, G, R.
STUDY OF VAPOR PRESSURES OF SYSTEMS FORMING
ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS
                                                                                          80447001
                      CRUMBLY, I.              80449902
PATENTIAL BENEFICAL USE OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE
HEAT FOR GREENHOUSE PRODUCTION OF BEDDING PLANTS
                      POHLAND, F,
CONTROLLED LANDFILL STABILIZATION WITH
LEACHATE RECYCLE
                                                                                           80395302
                                                                                           80395302
                                                           INCH  77/04/15
                                                                                                       CONT   77/09/26
                                                           CONT  77/04/11
                                                           INCR  77/09/08
                                 *13,535
                                 £65,685
                                  S25,000
                                  $2,024
GEORGIA INST, OF TECH,
     ATLANTA
GEORGIA STATE UNIV,
     ATLANTA
GEORGIA, UNIV. OF
     ATHENS
                      KNIGHT, JAMES A,         80441602
UTILIZATION 8,/OR STABILIZATION OF PYROLYTIC
OIL FROM PYROLYSIS OF AGRICULTURAL,MUNICIPAL&OTHtR WASTE

                      AHEARN, D.               80447702
EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS ON MICROBIAL ACTIVITIES
IN tSTUARINE SURFACE FILMS
                      GOLLEY, F.
IMPACT OF NUTRIENT & SEDIMENTS ON SURFACE
WATERS IN THE U.S.
                                                                                           80486802
                                                                                                       CONT   77/08/31
                                                                                                       CONT   77/05/10
                                                                                                       CONT   77/09/29
                                  $61,7bO
                                  $40,000
                                                                                                                           $100,035
02-27-76
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 30

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                                                                  PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                  FELLOW
                                                                                           GKANT NU   TYPE  OF    DATt  OF    AMUUNT L^
                                                                                                       GRANT      AWARD     GHANT AWARD
                                                      GEORGIA
** RESEARCH **
WILLIAM SCHQFIELU
     ATLANTA
«* TRAINING * *

ATLANTA  UNIV. (
     ATLANTA
                                                                  SCHOFIELD, w,
                                            COMBINE  RUN UF'F  HYDRAULIC AND WATER QUALITY
                                            MUDELS
                                                                  MEKIDETH, C,
                                            WATER POLLUTION CONTROL DESIGN ENGR.
                                                                                           80547101     NEW    77/08/30
                                                                                                                             515,000
                                                                                           9U050503     INCR   77/09/20       419,154
GA ENVIRONMENTAL  PRJTECTIJN  DIVISION
     ATLANTA
GEORGIA  STATE  DtPT  NATURAL  hESOURCES
     A TLANTA
                                                                  J.  LEONARD LED6ETTEK
                                            PROVIDE  CLASSROOM  g,  ON-TH£.JC1B TRAINING
                                            FOR  ««T  PLANT  QPEHATIlRS
                                                                  FERNSTROM,  J.
                                            WATER  SUPPLY  TRAINING
                                                                                                        NEW    77/Ob/16
                                                                                           9UU7il01    NEW    77/09/14
                                                                                                                             $29,000
SAVANNAH  STATL  COLLEGE
     SAVANNAH
                                                                  HANKS,  R.
                                            GUIDEBOOK  f-OK  wATER  POLL.  CONTROL TRAINING
                                            PROGRAMS  IN RURAL  AREAS
                                                                                           9U073/01    NEW    77/09/27
                                                                                                                             *15,000
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE    31

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE OF
         AHAHO
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                        IDAHO
 **  RESEARCH **

 IDAHO, UNIV. OF
     MOSCOW
IDAHO, UNJV. OF
     MOSCOW
MORGAN, RANDALL
     TWIN FALLS
** TRAINING **

ID DEPT. OF HEALTH & WELFARE
     BOISE
                      FITZSIMMQNS, D. w.       8U352«02
EVALUATE PKACTICES&SYSTEMS FOR CONTROLLING
LOSS OF SEOIMENT&OTHER POLLUTANTS FROM IRRIGATED LAND

                      RABE, f,                 80569001
FIELD STUDIES OF COOK COASTAL INLET WETLANDS,
 ALASKA
                                                                                           60522601
            INCH  77/06/28
                                                                                                       NEW    77/09/23
                      MORGAN, R,
33 TONS PER ACRE,23-MIN,16MM SOUND FILE
(COLOR) DEALING W/IRRIGATION, SOIL EROSION & WATER POLLUTION
                                                           NEW   77/04/15
                      MILTON G, KLEIN, DIREC
WASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING PROGRAM
00010801
INCR  77/09/16
                      S3,190
                                 $50,220
                                 $52,007
   $20,000
IDAHO STATE UNIV,
     POCATELLO
                      ORE, T.
WATER SUPPLY TRAINING GRANT
                                                                                           90075801
                                                           NEW   77/09/29
02-27-76
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 32

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLO*
GKANT NU  TYPfc UF
           GRANT
OATt UF
 AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AnAKD
                                                    ILLINOIS
** RESEARCH **

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ANIMAL sci,
     CHAMPAIGN
ATLANTIC RICHFIELD CO.
     HARVEY
CHICAGO METRO. SAN. DJST.
     CHICAGO
CHICAGO,  CITY  OF
     CHICAGO
OEPAUL  UNIV.
      CHICAGO
GOVERNORS  STATE  UNJV
     PARK  FORfcSI  SOUT
                      FONTENOT, J. P,
ALTERNATIVES IN ANIMAL HASTE UTILIZATION
- CONFERENCE

                      KNtCHT,  A, T.
PONDERED CARBON ACTIVATED SLUDGE FILTRATION
PROCESSES FOR PETROLEUM REFINERY WAST£WATER
                                               80554701
                                                                                          60473101
                                                                                           80562901
                      HRAXTON, J. S.
ENVRN CHANGES AGRICULTURAL BENEFITS FROM
USING MUN SEWAGE SLUDGE/CROP PRODUCTION/STRIP-MINED SOILS
                      DEGNAN,  F,
TECHNICAL, ECONOMIC & ENVRN, EVALUATION
OF CITY OF CHICAGO REFUSE-DERIVED FUEL PROJECT
                                                                                          80562101
                      MURPHY,  T.               60532501
INPUT OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FROM THE ATMOSPHERE
TO SAGINAw BAY
                      w E ENGBRETSON PRES
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF LAKE LOADING
                                                                                           00530101
            NEW   77/06/23
            INCK  77/09/26
                                                           NEw   77/09/27
                                                           NEW   77/09/29
                                                                                                      NEW    77/05/02
            INCR  77/04/20
                                                                                  12,000
                                                                                                                           $121,661
                                                                                                                           S150,000
                                $151,258
                                                                                S«1,187
                                                                                $19,611
                                                                                          00530101
                                                           INCH  77/07/25
                                 S71,669
IIT RES.  INST.
     CHICAGO
                      ARANYI, C.
EFFECTS OF CONVENTIONAL AND ADVANCED COAL
CONVERSION BY PRODUCTS ON THE PULMONARY SYSTEM
                                                                                          80531701
                                                                                          80531701
            Ntw   77/06/30
                                                                 77/08/16
            $148,853
                                  $1 ,000
IIT RESEARCH  INST.
     CHICAGO
                      URAFTZ, RONALD G.        80307804
A STUDY OF THE IDENTITY & SOURCES OF ATMUSPHER1C
AEROSOLS
                                                                                                       INCK  77/05/20
                                 S25,000
02-27-7H
                                                         PAGE
                     33

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
SKANT NO  TYPE UF
           GRANT
        DATE  OF
         AWARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                     ILLINOIS
** RESEARCH **

IIT RESEARCH INST,
     CHICAGO
                      SOLOMON, I. J,
A STUDY OF SOME IMPORTANT AIR POLLUTANTS
80380502
      77/07/06
   $27,985
IIT RESEARCH INST,
     CHICAGO
ILLINOIS INST, OF TECH.
     CHICAGO
ILLINOIS UNIV. OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
     URBANA
ILLINOIS, UNIV, OF
     URBANA
                      ARANYI, C,
EFFECT OF INDUSTRIAL PARTICULATE EMISSIONS
ON ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES
80514101
                      MALE, W,                 BU513401
SHORT COURSE ON THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTER
PROGRAMS IN PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF WWT FACILITIES
                      FITZGERALD, P,
HELMINTH TRANSMISSION IN ANAEROBICALLY
DIGESTED SEWAGE SLUDGE

                      GRIFFIN, ROBERT A,
PREDICTING ORGANIC CONTAMINANT REMOVAL
BY CLAY MINERALS & WASTE MATERIALS
                                                                                          8U531501
                                                                                          80466401
                                                                                          80466401
1NCR  77/09/07
            NEW   77/04/22
            NEW   77/09/08
                                                                                                       INCH  77/04/15
                                                                                                       INCR   77/09/27
   $89,973
                     $30,676
                    $193,085
                                 $75,359
                                                                                $50,000
ILLINOIS, UNIV, OF
     URBANA
 ILLINOIS, UNIV, OF
     URBANA
ILLINOIS* UNIV, OF
     CHICAGO
ILLINOIS, UNIV, OF
     CHICAGO
                      STUKEL, JAMES J,         80464801
IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY CONVERSION
FACILITIES IN THE OHIO RIVER BASIN

                      SNOEYINK, V,             80529301
REACTION OF ACTIVATED CARBON WITH AQUEOUS
CHLORINE AND OTHER DISINFECTING AGENTS

                      EPSTEIN,  S,              80543101
BIOSYNTHESIS OF N-NITROSO COMPOUNDS FROM
TRACE LEVEL PRECURSORS IN LABORATORY ANIMALS

                      BABCOCK,  1.              60547601
METHODOLOGIES FOR UTILIZATION OF ENVRN.-IMPACT-ASSESS
MENT DATA
                                                                                                             77/04/21
            NEw   77/06/22
            NEW   77/09/12
            NEW   77/08/15
                                 $42,100
                     $56,435
                    $100,594
                     $64,802
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                                                                 PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                 FELLOW
                                               GNANT NO  TYPE UF
                                                          GRANT
                                                                   DATE  OF
                                                                    AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                    ILLINOIS
** RESEARCH **

ILLINOIS. UNIV. OF
     URBANA
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     URBANA
ILLINOIS, UNIV. UF
     URBANA
 ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     URBANA
NORTHWESTERN UNIV.
     EVANSTON
NORTHWESTERN UNIV.
     EVANSTUN
** DEMONSTRATION  **

AMERICAN PUBLIC WURKS  ASSUC,
     CHICAGO
** TRAINING  **

AMERICAN PUBLIC  WORKS  ASSOC.
     CHICAGO
ILLINOIS STATE EPA
     SPRINGFIELD
                      STUKEL, JAMES, J.        80558701
OHIO RIVER BASIN ENERGY STUDYSPHASE IUILLINOIS
CORE TEAM PARTICIPATION
                      STUKEL, J.
OHIO RIVER BASIN ENERGY STUDYJ PHASE III
EXPERIMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN
                      BRIGHAM, WARREN U.       80561401
ROLE AQUATIC COMMUNITIES EVALUATING STRATEGIES,
 ESTABLISHING STANDARDS & MONITORING WAtER QUALIIY
                      GOVE, S.K.
CONFERENCE! "INTERGOVERNMENTAL ENERGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION! OHIO VALLEY

                      RUBENSTEIN,  A.
MEASUREMENT & EVALUATION PROCEDURES FOR
ENVRN, RES. & DEVELOPMENT

                      LINDE,  H.
CAUSE OF DEATH OF ANESTHETISTS FHUM THE
CHLOROFORM ERA
                      SULLIVAN,  RICHARD H.
EVALJATION & TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER OF SWIRL
CONCENTRATOR PRINCIPLE
                      FLEMING, R.
PROVIDE INCREASED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
SERVICES TO STATE AND LOCAL AGENCIES
                                               80547401
                                                           NfcN    77/09/32
                                                                                          80558801    NEW   77/09/22
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/21
                                                                                          BU561501    NEW   77/09/27
                                                                                                      NEW   77/06/03
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/14
                                               8UilS701     INCR   77/09/1U
                                               90068201     NEW    77/04/22
                      MARKWOOD,
WATER SUPPLY  GRADUATE  PROGRAM
                                I,
                                                                                          9U07J001
NEW   77/09/06
                                                                               4125,000
                                                                                580,000
                                                                               $140,000
                                                                                $16,230
                                                                               $136,451
   $56,425
   $20,200
                                                                                $58,100
    $2,600
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
TITLE
GNANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                    ILLINOIS
** TRAINING **

ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     URBANA
WATER QUALITY CONTROL
                      ENGELBRECHT, R. S,       90031205    INCR  77/09/30       $31,200
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     URBANA
                      FORNEY, L.
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
                                                                                          9U066701    NEW   77/09/28       830,000
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIV.
     EDWARDSVILLE
                      BRYANT, JAMES 0.
STAFF GUIDE DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                          90070001    NEW   77/09/02       $21,520
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE     36

-------
 APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               GKANT NO  TYPE Of   DATE OF
                                                          GRANT     AHAKD
  JUT OF
GHAN1 AMARU
                                                     INDIANA
** RESEARCH **

INDIANA AERONAUTICS COMM,
     INDIANAPOLIS
INDIANA UNIV.
     INDIANAPOLIS
                      KAZIMIER, H.             8U546601
PREVENT&CONTROL SPILLAGE PESTICIDES FROM
AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS INCLUDING AERIAL&GROUNQ APPLICATORS
                                                           NEW   77/09/26
                      RANDOLPH, J. C.
OHIO RIVER BASIN ENERGY STUDY: PHASE n
                                                                                          8Ub60901
                                                           NEW   77/09/22
                                                                               5125/280
                                                                                                                            $30,000
MUNCIE SAN. DI3T.
     MUNCIE
PURDUE  RES.  FDN,
      WEST  LAFAYETTE
                      CRADOOCK, J,
STUDY & ANALYSIS OF THE MUNCIE INDIANA
INDUSTRIAL PRETREATMENT PROGRAM

                      RAVINORAN, A,
OHIO RIVER BASIN ENERGY STUDY:PHASE II
                                                                                          6U552801
                                                                                          80560301
                                                           NEW   77/OV/1U
                                                           NEw   77/09/22
                                                                                                                            $72,500
  $30,000
PURDUE  RESEARCH
      WEST LAFAYETTE
PURDUE UNIV.
     W, LAFAYETTE
PURDUE  UNIV.
     W,  LAFAYETTE
PURDUE UNIV.
     WEST LAFAYETTE
** TRAINING  **
INDIANA TECHNICAL  VOCATIONAL  COLL
     INDIANAPOLIS
                      MELLOR,  A,  M.
SEMI-EMPIRICAL CORRELATIONS FOR AIRCRAFT
EXHAUST EMISSIONS & STANDARDS

                      HOLLINGWORTH,  R,
TOXICITY,  INTERACTIONS & METABOLISM  OF
IMPORTANT  PESTICIDES IN MAMMALS

                      SOMMERS,  L.
CHARACTERIZATION OF METAL COMPLEXES  IN
SEWAGE SLUDGE SYSTEMS

                      YOST, K,  J,
REDUCTION  OF POLLUTANTS IN MUNICIPAL SEWAGE
SLUDGE TO  LEVELS CONSISTANT WITH  LAND DISPOSAL
                      GLENN w SAMPLE PRESIDE
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  STATE OPERATOR
TRNG
                                                                                          80444301
                                                           INCH  77/05/12
                                                                                                      CUNT  77/08/15
                                                                                                      CONT  77/08/10
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/22
                                                           NEW   77/04/20
                                                                                                      INCH  77/Ob/2b
                                                                                                                             49,687
                                                                                $68,849
                                                                                $69,039
                                                                               $136,792
                                                                                $30,100
                                                                                $1S,900
02-27-78
                                                        PAGt

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKAN1 NU  TrPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                      INDIANA
 **  TRAINING  **

 NOTRE  DAME,  UNIV.  OF
     NOTRE DAME
                      IRVINE, ROBERT L,        90006505    INCH  77/09/12
GRADUATE TRAINING IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
                                 $20,000
** FELLOWSHIPS **

BALL STATE UNIV.
     MUNCIE
INDIANA, UNIV. OF
     BLOOMINGTON
                      EDMONDS, R,
M.S./NATURAL RESOURCES/AIR POLLUTION/PART
TIME

                      GALLOY, R,
M.S,/PUBLIC HEALTH-PART TIME
91102601    NEW   77/08/03
91099401    NEW   77/08/05
41,053
$2,392
03-27-76
                                                         PAGE     J8

-------
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                                                                                                     CRANT
                                                                                                               AMAMO
                                                                                 m i  ur
                                                                                 NT  AMARO
                                                        I o w A
»* RESEARCH **

AMES, CITY OF
     AMES
IOWA STATE UNIV
     AMES
IOWA STATE UNIV.
     AMES
IOWA, UNIV. OF
     UAKDALE
                      CHANTLAND, A. 0.
EVALUATION OF AMES SOLID WASTES RESOURCES
AND ENERGY RECOVERY

                      HALL, C.
METHODS FOR DISPOSAL OF EXCESS PESTICIDES
USED BY FARMERS
                                               8U390302
                                                                                          80453301
                      HALL, C. V.
DEVELOPMENT OF SAFE METHODS FOR DISPOSAL
OF EXCESS PESTICIDES USED BY FARMERS & AGRI. APPLICATORS
                      LONG,  K,
AGRI-MEDICAL CONFERENCE
                                                                                          80525701
            INCH  77/06/30
                                                                                          80453302    CONT  77/09/20
                                                           INCR  77/08/23
                                                           NEW   77/04/26
                                                                               $120,000
                                 1162,179
                                   $2/000
                                 112,219
** TRAINING **

ABC, INC.
     AMfcS
IOWA DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL DUALITY
     DES MOINES
KIRKWOOO COMMUN. COLLEGE
     CEDAR RAPIDS
KIRKWOQD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
     CEDAR RAPIDS
         COMMUNITY COLLEGE
     CEDAR RAPIDS
NATIONAL FIELD RES. CENTER,  INC,
     IOWA CITY
                      CAMPBELL,  0.
EVALUATION OF  WATER 8, WASTEWATER OPERATOR
TRAINING COURSE MODULES
                                               9U071101
                      CRANE,  LARRY  E EXEC DI    00710401
WATER AND wASTEwATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR
TRAINING
                      BARDONNER,  C,
OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR WWT PLANT
DESIGN
90074701
                      BALLANTYNE/  3.A.,  SUPT   00710601
GRANT APP TO DEV A CRSE ON TRBLSHTNG  WTR
PINT OPR

                      BALLANTYNE,  SA,  SUPT.     00710701
VIDEOTAPING OF SELECTED WASTEwATER PROCESSING
FOR OPERATOR TRAINING

                      ALBRIGHT,  DAROLD E,       90059102
THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL ENERGY  WORKFORCE
            NEW   77/09/08
            NE*   77/07/06
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/26
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/28
            NEW   77/09/29
            INCK  77/07/07
*2V,700
 S7.500
$26,503
                                 $32,944
 $5,128
$30,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT                                                         PROJECT DIRECTOR /       GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                                  FELLOW                              GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
      MUNICIPALITY                           TITLE



                                                         IOWA



 **  TRAINING  **


                                                                                                      CONT  77/05/00      $050,000
02-a7-78                                                PAGE    00

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                              DIRECTOR /
                                           TITLE
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE UK   DAtfc OF
           GRANT     AWARD
   NT Up
GHANT AWARD
                                                      KANSAS
*» RESEARCH **

KANSAS STATE UNIV.
     MANHATTAN
KANSAS, UNIV. OF
     LAWRENCE
** TRAINING **

KANSAS, UNIV. OF
     LAWRENCE
** FELLOWSHIPS  **
KANSAS, UNIV. OF
     LAWRENCE
                      ELLIS, R.                80540301
DETERMINATION OF KINETICS OF PHUSPHORUS
MINERALIZATION IN SOILS UNDER OXIDIZING CONDITIONS
                      MARTINKO, E.
PESTICIDE USE REDUCTION THROUGH INTEGRATED
CONTROL PROCEDURES ON MUSK THISTLE
                      08RIEN, WALTER J.
TRAINING GHANT IN WATER SUPPLY & POLLUTION
CONTROL
                      MICHAEL, R,
M,St/ENVRN, HEALTH ENGR,
                                                                                          80545501
                                                           NEW   77/06/15
                                                                                                      NEw    77/08/19
90013b06    INCH  77/08/29
                                               91100901    NEW   77/07/^8
                                                                                529,408
                                  47,569
KANSAS, UNIV, OF
     LAWRENCE
M.S./ENVRN.-PART TIME
                      COTTER, J,
                                                                                          91102801    NEw   77/08/02
                                                                                 11 ,678
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE Of   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT
                                                     KENTUCKY
 **  RESEARCH  **

 KENTUCKY,  UNIV.  OF
      LEXINGTON
 KENTUCKY,  UNIV, OF
     LEXINGTON
                      GRIEVES, ROBERT B.       80456802
CHARGED MEMBRANE UF & SULFIDE PRECIPITATION
TO TREAT NONFERROUS METAL PRODUCTION WASTES

                      DORQUGH, H, WYMAN        80514301
METABOLISM OF CARBAMATE INSECTICIDES
            CONT  77/08/23
            NEW   77/05/03
                     $15,950
                     $64,845
KENTUCKY, UNIV, OF
     LEXINGTON
LOUISVILLE.-.FDN,, INC., UNIV. OF
     LOUISVILLE
** DEMONSTRATION **

KENTUCKY STATE DEPT NATURAL RESOURCES
     FRANKFORT
** TRAINING **

KENTUCKY DEPT FOR NATURAL RESOURCES
     FRANKFURT
                      BLOME,D,
OHIO RIVER BASIN tȣRGY STUDY PROJECTS
 PHASE II
80559001
                      SPENCER, HUGH T.         80556901
OHIO RIVER BASIN ENERGY STUOYIPHASE II:IMPACT
ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY CONVERSION FACILITIES
                      FISH, 8.
USE OF VEGETATIVE FILTER ZONE TO CONTROL
FINE GRAINED SEDIMENT FROM SURFACE MINES
                      JOHN SMITHER
AIR POLLUTION TRAINING GRANT
                                               8U563201
                                               OU425501
NEw   77/09/22
            NEW   77/09/22
            NEW   77/09/22
            NEW   77/09/02
$55,000
                     $30,000
                    $116,666
                      SI,452
** FELLOWSHIPS **

KENTUCKY, UNIV. OF
     LEXINGTON
M, S./CHEM. ENGR.
                      CARSON, DAVID G.
91107601    NEW   77/08/05
                      47,500
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                           PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                           FELLOW
                                            TITLE
GHANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
                                                                   DATE UF
                                                                    AWARD
      UF-
GRANT AWARD
                                                    LOUISIANA
** RESEARCH **


EAST JEFFERSON  WATERWORKS  DIST
     JEFFERSON
                                           BRODTMANN,  NOEL V,
                     GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON STUDIES
                                                                                INCR  77/04/28
                                 511,250
6ULF SOUTH RES.  INST.
     BATON RUUGt
GULF SOUTH  RES.  INSI .
     BATON  ROUGE
UOUISIANA  STATE  UNIV.
      BATON ROUGE
LOUISIANA  STATE  UNIV.
      BATON  ROUGE
LOUISIANA  STATE  UNIV,
     BATON  ROUGE
LOUISIANA  STATE  UNIV.
      BATON ROUGE
LOUISIANA  TECH  UNIV.
     RUSTON
SOUTHERN UNIV.
     BATON  ROUGE
SOUTHERN UNIV.
     BATON ROUGE
& A&M COLLEGE
                                           MCKOwN,  M,
                     PREPARE STATE-OF-THE-ART REPORT ON TOXIC
                     SUBSTANCES IN TISSUES
                                                                    60544001
                      KLEIN, E.                8U565601
NOVEL TECHNIQUES FOR CONCENTRATION & SEPARATION
OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES FROM ESTUARINE WATERS

                      PATRICK,  W.              8U361202
NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS REACTIONS IN OVERLAND
FLOW IN WASTEWATER

                      DAY,  J.                  8U497602
DETERMINATION OF ENVRN. IMPACT  OF SEVERAL
SUBSTITUTE CHEMICALS IN AGRICULTURALLY-AFFECTED wtTLANDS

                      CALLIHAN, C. D.           80«>3b«01
METHANE & VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS  FROM CHEMICALLY
TREATED AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES
            NEW   77/06/21
                                                                                NEW   77/09/23
                                                                                CUNT  77/06/01
                                                                                CUNT   77/09/08
                                                                                NEW   77/09/27
                                                                                                                            120,000
                      PATRICK,W,
BEHAVIOR OF DDT&KEPONE IN SEOIMENT-WATER
SYSTEMS UNDER DIFFERENT OXIDATION-REDUCTION & PH CONDITIONS

                      ROBBINS,  JACKIE w.
BEST MGMT, PRACTICES FOR UNCONF1NED ANIMAL
PRODUCTION

                      SMALLEY,  ARNOLD
IDENTIFICATION & QUANTIFICATION OF  NONVOLIATE
ORGANIC SUBSTANCES IN MUN,  WATER SUPPLIES

                      SPENCER,  f.
EFFECTS OF POST-IMPLANTATION EXPOSURE TO
PESTICIDES MIREX & KEPONE ON REPRODUCTIVITY UF RAlS
                                                                                CONT   77/09/12
                                                                                           8U365002
                                                                                                       NEW    77/09/U
                                                                                CONT   77/06/23
                                                                                                       NEW    77/08/23
                                 JS8,899
                                 S99,250
                                                                                                                            S49,aoo
                                                                                                                            *85,416
                                                                                                     SS5,930
                                 S23.831
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOE
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                    LOUISIANA
 **  RESEARCH  **

 TULANE UNIV.
     NEW ORLEANS
TULANE UNIV,
     NEW ORLEANS
TULANE UNIV.
     NEW ORLEANS
** TRAINING **

OELGADO COLLEGE
     NEW ORLEANS
LOUISIANA TECH. TRANSFER
     BATON ROUGE
                      REIMERS, R, S,           80510701
SURVEY OF WASTE SLUDGES FOR PARASITIC CONTAMINATION
IN U.S.

                      GOTTLIEB/ M. S.          60511001
WATER SOURCES, CHARACTERISTICS & MALIGNANCY
RATES OF SELECTED SITES IN SELECTED-PARISHES OF LA

                      KTSANES, V.              80534101
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL-MICR08IOLOGICAL STUDY OF
HEALTH EFFECTS AMONG SWIMMERS AT LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN
                      DR. MARVIN E. THAMES,
WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY OPERATOR
TRAINING PROGRAM
PROJECT SHOREBIRD
                      D'AGOSTINO, C,
00613301
                                                                                           90069201
            NEW   77/04/22
            NEW   77/04/28
                                                                                                       NEW    77/06/22
NEW   77/05/U
            NEW   77/08/04
                     see,347
                    $139,931
                                 $60,850
812,000
                     535,000
02-37-78
                                                        PAGE    44-

-------
 APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PRIUECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOE
                                               GKAN1 NU  TYPE UF
                                                          GRANT
                                                                   DATE OF   A"RBOKl UF
                                                                    AMAKU     GHANT AWARD
                                                        MAINE
** RESEARCH **

MAINE STATE otPT, OF  MARINE  RESOURCES
     AUGUSTA
MAINE, UNIV. OF
     BANGOR
MAINE, UNIV. UF
     ORONO
                      DOW, R. L,
RELATION BETWEEN HYROCARBON CONTAMINATION
AND TUMORS IN MYR ARENARIA

                      SPROUL, 0,
EFFECT OF PARTICULATES IN OZONE DISINFECTION
OF BACTERIA H VIRUSES ON WATER
                                               8u«b8702
                      SPROUL,  0.               80549901
CRITICAL REVIEW OF  VIRUS REMOVAL BY COAGULATION
AND PH
                                                           NEW   77/06/19
                                                           CONT  77/08/23
                                                                                                       NEW    77/06/01
                                                                                $100,000
                                                                                                                            $58,555
                                                                                $15,000
 ** DEMONSTRATION  **

 BANGOR,  CITY  OF
      BANGOR
COBBOSSEE  WATERSHED  DIST.
      WINTHROP
                      MISHOW,  RALPH
FEASIBILITY OF COMPOSTING RAW  SEWAGE SLUDGE
BY HIGH RATE SUCTION AERATION  TECHNIQUES

                      GORDON,  T,
COBBOSSEE WATERSHED LAKES RESTORATION PROJECT
                                               8U382801
                                                                 77/oy/2i
                                                           Ntw   77/08/01
                                                                               $278,020
MAINE DEPT.  OF  ENV.  PROTECTION
     AUGUSTA
                      RONALD C.  HOWES
MAINE STATE SOLID WASTE DEMO GRANT
                                               001 10901
                                                           INCK  77/06/50
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GUAM! NO  TYPE UF   DATt OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                    MARYLAND
** RESEARCH **
CHARLES CNTY. COMMON, COLLt&E
     LA PLATA
CHESAPEAKE RESEARCH CONSORTIUM
     BALTIMORE
                      ENGEL, «.                8U363702    CONT   77/05/20        $50,330
FIELD STUDY OF NUTRIENT CONTROL IN A MULTI-CELL
LAGOON

                      WILLIAM J, HARGIS,  JR.    OU312901    NEW   77/06/10        $10,000
BI STATE CONFERENCE ON THE CHESAPEAKE BAY
JOHN HOPKINS UNIV.
     BALTIMORE
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
     BALTIMORE
                      KRUSE, C,                80430702
BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION ON THE BENEFITS OF
MAINTAINING A CHLORINE RESIDUAL IN PULIC WATER SYSTEMS
                      OLIVIERI, V.
ENUMERATION OF SHIGELLA IN POLLUTED WATERS
                                                                                          80459602
            CONT  77/05/10
            CONT  77/06/29
                     $64,549
                     $19,440
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
     BALTIMORE
MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE, UNIV, OF
     PRINCESS ANNE
                      KRUSE, C.
CHLORINATIUN OF PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES AND
CANCER

                      HOPKINS, T,
vivo INCORPORATION OF TOXIC ELEMENTS INTO
ANIMAL TISSUES
80519801    NEW   77/04/08       $33,602
8U517501    NEW   77/07/26       $37,891
                                                                                          80517501    INCR  77/09/15       $18,315
MARYLAND STATE ENVR*. SERVICE
     ANNAPOLIS
MARYLAND, UNIV, OF
     COLLEGE PARK
                      WILLEY C,R.
REFUSE DERIVED FUEL AS A SUPPLEMENTAL FUEL
IN CEMENT KILNS
80561301
                                                                                          80541101
NEW   77/09/26
                      CUMBERLAND, J.
ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF EFFECTS UPON HEALTH
AND CLIMATE FROM THE MANAGEMENT & CONTROL OF QiWt DEPLETION
            NEW   77/06/07
                                                                                          80541101

                                                                                             ION
                                                           INCR  77/08/10
$199,548
                    $197,009
                                  $5,609
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    46

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE. OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AHARD     GRANT AHARD
                                                    MARYLAND
** RESEARCH **
                                                                                          80541101     INCH   77/09/26
                                                                                $21,»27
MARYLAND, UNIV. UF
     COLLEGE PARK
NATIONAL COUNCIL RAOIATION
     BETHESOA
                      AGRAWALA,  A,
A UNITED APPROACH TO MODELLING COMPUTER
SERVICES

                      NEY,  W.  R.
ASSESSMENT OF RADIATION LEVELS AND  HAZARDS
                                                                                          80547801    NEW   77/09/19
                                                                                          80535901    NEW   77/07/01
                                                                                $10,074
                                 $50,000
 **  DEMONSTRATION  **

 BALTIMORE,  CITY OF
      BALTIMORE
**  TRAINING  **
CHARLES  CNTY. COMMUN.  COLLEGE
      LA  PLATA
                      KUCHTA,  F,  «.
LOCH RAVEN RESERVIOR AERATION  DEMONSTRATION
PROJECT
                      ENGEL,  W.
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL TRAINING
                                               8U4B9401    NEW   77/04/07      $110,000
                                               90074001     NEW   77/09/22        $7,000
MARYLAND  STATE  DEPT.  OF  HEALTH
      BALTIMORE
                      HOLTAN,  A,
WATER SUPPLY TRAINING PROGRAM
                                               90073501     NEW   77/09/12
                                  S9,052
MARYLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     COLLEGE  PARK
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

JOHN HOPKINS  UNIV.
     BALTIMORE
                      AUSTIN,  JOHN H.
FOUR YEAR WATER & WASTEWATtR TECHNOLOGY
CURRICULUM
                      WILLIAMS,  C.
9U06t>801    INCR  77/09/28
91102901     NEW   77/07/29
M.S./HEALTH SCIENCE
                                                                                                                                000
$11,612
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
     BALTIMORE
M.S./ENVRN, LNGR,
                                                                 WOOD, «.
                                               91091701     INCR   77/06/29
                                  $2,265
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    47

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TVPE l)F   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GKANT AWARD

** FELLOWSHIPS **
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
BALTIMORE
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
COLLEGE PARK
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
COLLEGE PARK
MARYLAND, UNIV. UF
COLLEGE PARK
MARYLAND* UNIV. OF
COLLEGE PARK
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
COLLEGE PARK
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
COLLEGE PARK
MARYLAND, UNJV. OF
MARYLAND

NACE, RICHARD L, 91096601 INCR 77/08/31
M.A./ENVRN. ENGR./PART TIME
SLEEGER, PRESTON A, 91096401 INCR 77/07/21
B.S. /WATER RESOURCES MGMT.
ASNER, J. 91096501 INCR 77/08/15
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR./PART TIME
RAMSEY, W, 91096601 INCR 77/09/08
M.S. /CHEMICAL ENGR./PART TIME AGENCY
WILSON, H, 91111501 NEW 77/09/14
M.S. /WATER RESOURCES ENGR./FULL TIME AGENCY
COVER, C. 91111801 NEW 77/09/19
M.S. /CIVIL ENGR./PART TIME
SCHMIDT, TIMOTHY J. 91112801 NEW 77/08/16
M.S. /CIVIL ENGR,
HOGAN, T, 91113401 NEW 77/09/14


$1,070
$1,043
41,965
$1,231
$1,836
$1,394
$4,200
$1,820
     COLLEGE PARK
WATER SUPPLY-FULL TIME AGENCY
02-27-78
             PAGE    48

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT OIKtCTOK /
                      FELLOW
      NU  TYPE UF   DATt OF   AM3UN"! UF
           GRANT     AMARU     GRANT AMARU
                                                MASSACHUSETTS
** RESEARCH **

BOSTON UNIV,
     BOSTON
HARVARD COLLEGE
     CAMBRIDGE
                      ATEMA, J.
SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF OIL ON BEHAVIOR it
CHEMICAL StNSES OF MARINE ANIMALS

                      FIRST, M.
HIGH VELOCITY FABRIC FILTRATION
                                               8U3B3303
                                                                                           80470002
            CONT  77/09/12
            CONT  77/07/15
                                                                                 $56,886
 $41 , 119
HARVARD COLLEGE
     BOSTON
HARVARD COLLEGE
     CAMBRIDGE
HARVARD  UNIV.
     CAMBRIDGE
HARVARD  UNIV,
     CAMBRIDGE
                      COOPER, DOUGLAS w.
REVIEW OF CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES FUR OPEN
SOURCES Of PARTICULATE EMISSIONS

                      ZECKHAUSER, R,
EXPOSURE ASSESSMENTS: STATE-OF-THE-ART
REVIEW
                      MORRIS, j. CARROLL
ORGANIC N-CHLORO COMPOUNDS IN CHLORINATION
OF WATER SUPPLIES-THEIR FORMATION & SIGNIFICANCE

                      SCHELLING, T,            80544601
ECONOMIC INCENTIVES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
                                                                                           B0529401     NEW    77/06/03
                                                                                           8U564701     NEW    77/09/19
BU363102    INCR  77/09/20
                                                                                                       NEW    77/06/30
                                                                                 $38,247
                                 $13,804
                                                                                                                            £13,141
                                $250,000
HARVARD  UNIV.
     CAMBRIDGE
LOWELL,  UNIV.  OF
     LOWELL
LOWELL, UNIV.  OF
     LOWELL
MASSACHUSETTS GEN,  HOSPITAL
     BOSTON
                      LYNN, LAURENCE E.
THE USE OF MODELS IN ENVRN. DECISION MAKING
CONCERNING AIR QUALITY

                      BANNISTER, W, w.
NEW AMINE CARBAMATE GELATION TECHNIQUES
FOR USE IN OIL SPILL RECOVERY OPERATIONS

                      SEGALL, B,
MONITORING SEPTAGE ADDITION TO WASTEWATEK
TREATMENT PLANTS

                      FITZPATRICK,  T.
FOLLOW-UP STUDIES ON MELANOMA PATIENTS
FOR EXPOSURE HABITS, SKIN TYPES, ETC,
                                                                                           8U555801     NEW    77/09/23
                                                                                           8U462801
                                                                                           8U540601
            NEW   77/04/22
            NEW   77/07/29
                                                                                           80554001     NEW    77/09/12
                                4107,445
 $28,964
$143,692
                                 $43,436
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 49

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOE
GKANT NO  TYPt Of    DATS OF   AMOUNT  UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANt  AWARD
                                               MASSACHUSETTS
** RESEARCH **
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH
     CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
     CAMBRIDGE
                      HOWARD, J. B.
COMBUSTION RESEARCH ON COAL NITROGEN AND
PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER
80324203    JNCR  77/04/26
                      MOREL, F,                80373803
CHEMICAL MODELING OF METALLIC WASTE DISPOSAL
            CONT  77/08/19
                                                                                320,000
$30,610
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
     CAMBRIDGE
                      SATTERFIELP» CHARLES N   80412303
CATALYTIC DESULFURIZATION AND DENITROGENATION
                                                                                                      CONT  77/08/01
                                 160,060
MASSACHUSETTS INST. Of TECH.
     CAMBRIDGE
                      FAY, J. A.
LONG DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF AIR POLLUTANTS
                                                                                          80489101    NEW   77/09/27
                                 $53,157
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
     CAMBRIDGE
                      BEER, J.
NO EMMISSION FROM FLUIOI2ED COMBUSTION
                                                                                          80497802    CONT  77/07/15      $150,000
MASSACHUSETTS INST, of TECH,
     CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH,
     CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS INST, OF TECH,
     CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV OF
     AMHERST
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV. OF
     AMHERST
                      SZEKELY, J,              80531101
TREATMENT OF GASEOUS EMISSIONS FROM STEELPLANTS
CONTAINING SMALL CONCENTRATIONS OF HYDROCARBON VAPOR
                                                                                                      NEW   77/06/15
                      ELLIOTT, J.
KINETICS OF EVOLUTION OF SULFUR-BEARING
GASES FROM BLAST FURNACE SLAGS
                      BEER, JANOS M,
REDUCTION OF POLLUTANT FORMATION IN COAL
PARTICLE AND LIQUID FUEL SPRAY FLAMES

                      ZAJICEK, 0,
EVALUATION OF NATURAL INHIBITING FACTORS
IN AGGRESSIVE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY
                                                                                          80533801    NEW   77/06/13
                                                                                          80S55201    NEW   77/09/12
                                                                                          80663801    NEW   77/09/20
                      ROSENAU, J.              80371203
LOW WASTEWATER POTATO STARCH /PROTEIN PRODUCTION
PROCESS
                                                                                                      CONT  77/06/22
                                 $10,000
                                 $12,100
                                $200,789
                                 $31,366
                                 $21,300
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    50

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                      PROJECT DIHECTUR /
                      FELLOW
                                               (iKANT NU  TYPE OF   DATE UF   AMOUNT UF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                               MASSACHUSETTS
** RESEARCH **

MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV. OF
     N. WORCESTER
                      BLACKLOH, N.
DETECTION JF VIRAL GASTROENTERITIS AGENTS
                                               80516901
                                                           NEW   77/04/08
                                                                                 $46,525
MASSACHUSETTS* UNIV. OF
     AMHERST
MASSACHUSETTS. UNIV. UF
     AMHERST
META SYSTEMS  INC
     CAMBRIDGE
META SYSTEMS INC.
     CAMBRIDGE
NEW ENGLAND FISHERIES STEERING CDMM,
     NEW BEDFORD
WHEATON COLLEGE
     NORTON
** DEMONSTRATION  **

BILLEPICA, TOWN OF
     BILLERICA
MASS. BUREAU UF SOLID  WASTE DISPOSAL
     BOSTON
                      CALABRESE, E.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE EFFECT
OF POLLUTANTS ON HIGH RISK GROUPS

                      MOORE, GARY S.
EFFECT CHLORINE DIOXIDE & CHLORINE DIOXIDE
PLUS NITRITES ON MICE WITH LOW c-6-PD ACTIVITY

                      LUECKE,  DANIEL F.
NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS & THt QUANTITY
& QUALITY UF RUNOFF
                                                                                          60524401
                                                                                          80555701
                                               80533801
                                                                                          80503601
                      BURDEN, R. P,
WATER QUALITY IMPACT AND SOCI0-ECUNOMJC
ASPECTS OF REDUCING NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION FRUM AGRIC,
                      NICKERSON,  H,
ELECTROCHEMICAL COAGULATION STUDY FOR FISH
PROCESSING WASTEWATER

                      BECK, S,
SKELETAL VARIANTS AS AN INDICATOR OF BIOLOGICAL
EFFECTS OF ENVRN. CONTAMINANTS
                      KING, FREDERIC
RESTORATION OF WATER UUALITY IN NUTTING
LAKE THROUGH NUTRIENT MQMT & CONTROL

                      ALDEN E. COUSINS
SOLID WASTE DEMONSTRATION
                                                                                                             77/06/01
                                                           NEW   77/09/56
                                                                                                      NEW    77/06/lb
                                                           NEW   77/06/30
                                                           NEW   77/09/08
                                                                                                      NEW   77/08/23
                                                           NEW   77/05/12
                                               00100601     INCR  77/09/30
                                               8U5«9301
$52,479
$52,117
                                                                                $61,866
$48,
                                                                                $44,414
                                                                               $166,211
*85,000
REED & BARTON SILVERSMITHS
     TAUNTON
                      GILL, H. G.
JOINT TREATMENT OF MULT I-COMPANY PLATING
WASTES
                                               80518101     NEW   77/04/21
$30,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                     51

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                MASSACHUSETTS
** DEMONSTRATION **

WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC  INST,
     WOODS HOLE
                      VACCARO, R.              60203702    INCR  77/05/20
CAPE COD WASTE WATER RENOVATION AND RETRIEVAL
SYSTEM
                                $100,000
** TRAINING **
ACTION FOR BOSTON CiJMM, DEV., INC,
     BOSTON
BOSTON COLLEGE wESTJN OBSERVATORY
     WESTON
HARVARD UNIV,
     BOSTON
                      COARD, ROBERT M,
DEVELOPMENT OF USABLE GUIDEBOOK FOR PLANNING
& OPERATING ENVRN, PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH
                      RIDER, THEODORE
STATE STAFF EDUCATION & TRAINING PROVIDES
SUPPORT TO STATES FOR STAFF IMPROVEMENT 8, UPGRADING
90070301    NEW   77/09/06
00116201    NEW   77/09/30
                      MOELLER, D,
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
                                                                                           90066101     NEW    77/07/25
$15*000
$25,000
                                 $30,000
N.E. WATER POLL. CONTROL ASSN. INC.
     NE WPC ASSN, INC
                      EDWARD KOWSZ, PRESIDEN   00115201    NEW   77/09/09
TO TRAIN WWT PLANT MAINT. & OPERATION PERSONNEL
                                 $33,065
NEW ENGLAND CONSORTIUM ENVRN, PROTECT
     WESTON
                      RIDER, T,                90065501    NEW   77/07/11
NEW ENGLAND CONSORTIUM ON ENVRN, PROTECTION
                                 $49,972
NORTHEASTERN UNIV.
     BOSTON
                      COCHRANE, J.
TRAINING IN WATER QUALITY EN6R.
90018004    INCR  77/09/12
$24,500
 TUFTS UNIV.
     MEOFORD
                      HANES, N, BRUCE
GRADUATE TRAINING FOR ENVRN. ENGR,
90015208    INCR  77/08/30
$46,800
** FELLOWSHIPS **

BOSTON COLLEGE
     NEWTON
                      RODRIGUEZ, R.
J.D./ENVRN. REGULATION/LAW
91108301    NEW    77/09/14
 *9,100
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    52

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKAN1 NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AMARO
                                                 ASSACHUSETTS
** FELLOWSHIPS **
BRIDGEWATER STATE CJLLEGE
     BRIDGEWATER
B,A./EARTH SCIENCES
                      WINKLER. J.
                                               91104801    NEW   77/08/02
                                   43,195
HARVARD UKIIV.
     BOSTON
M. S./8IOSTATISTICS
                      BERGER,  R.
                                                                                          91100001    NEW   77/08/04
                                                                                  $7,345
HARVARD UNIV.
     CAMBRIDGE
PH.D./SAN, ENGR,
                      ISAAC/ R.
                                                                                          91101601    NEW   77/07/20
                                                                                  44,200
HARVARD UNIV.
     CAMBRIDGE
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH
                      CARSON,  B.
                                                                                          91102501    NEW   77/07/29
                                                                                  $7,250
HARVARD UNIV.
     BOSTON
                      SILVERSTRON6,  J,
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH SCIENCES
                                                                                          91104601    NEW   77/07/29
                                                                                 $8,965
HARVARD UNIV.
     BOSTON
                      MCCARTHY, j.
M, S./AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
                                                                                          91105001    NEW   77/08/01
                                                                                 18,150
HARVARD UNIV.
     CAMBRIDGE
                      LOEW£NTHAL» SHARON P.    91105801    NEW   77/08/04
M.S./CITY & REG. PLANNING
                                                                                                                            *7,385
HARVARD UNIV.
     BOSTON
                      COLOME, S.
PH.D/ENVHN, HEALTH SCIENCE
                                                                                          91109801    NEW   77/08/16
                                                                                 $5,380
MASSACHUSETTS  INST. OF  TECH.
     CAMBIDGE
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR.
                      ZIEVE, P.
                                                                                          91099301    NEW   77/08/22
                                                                                 $9,934
NORTHEASTERN UNIV.
     BOSTON
                      BOISSELLE, HUBERT A.     91038101    INCR  77/07/21
M.S./CIVIL ENGR. ENVRN.
                                                                                                                              SI 19
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                MASSACHUSETTS
 **  FELLOWSHIPS  **

 NORTHEASTERN  UNJV,
     BOSTON
M.S./SAN, ENGR,
                      CHRETIEN, R,
91086401    INCH  77/09/ao
$1,360
 NORTHEASTERN  UNIV.
     BOSTON
                      PAWLOWSKI, E, J,
M.S./CHEMISTRY/PART TIME AGENCY
910S7101    INCH  77/09/06
                                  41,488
NORTHEASTERN  UNIV.
     BOSTON
M.S./SAN. ENGR.
                      PARE, M, K.
91098601    NEW   77/09/15
S2,105
NORTHEASTERN UNIV.
     BOSTON
M. S./PUBLIC ADMIN.
                      TRINGALE, D. A,
91109501    NEW   77/06/10
TUFTS UNIV.
     MEOFORD
                      NEWLANDS, ELLEN j.
M.S./URBAN, SOCIAL & ENVRN. POLICY
91067901    INCH  77/09/18
$3,175
02-37-78
             PAGE    5«

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPE Of
           (.RANT
        DATE OF
         AWARD
AMUUNT UF
 GRANT AMARO
                                                    MICHIGAN
** RESEARCH **

CRANBROOK INST. OF SCIENCE
     BLOOMFIELO HILLS
CRANBROOK INST. OF SCIENCE
     BLOOMFIELU MILLS
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS CONTROL RES, INST.
     SOUTHSIELO
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     EAST LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     EAST LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     EAST LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
      EAST LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     EAST LANSING
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
     ANN ARBOH
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
     ANN ARBOR
                      BOWEN,  ROBERT            80444201
SURVEY OF NUTRIENTS & HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES
IN SAGINAW BAY

                      SMITH,  VAN ELLIOT        80044202
SURVEY UF NUTRIENTS & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
IN SAGINAW BAY

                      USHER,  D,                80523301
THE 1978 NATIONAL CONFERENCE  ON CONTROL
OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SPILLS

                      HOFFMAN,  J.              80376503
UTILIZATION UF PEST ECOSYSTEM MODELS IN
PEST MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS

                      BOLING, R.H.             80442401
DEVELOPMENT OF MANAGEMENT MODELS FOR STREAM
ECOSYSTEMS

                      MCNABB, CLARENCE D,      80504601
EVALUATION OF DREDGING AS A LAKE RESTORATION
TECHNIQUE

                      ERICKSON, A. E.          80527001
SOIL & CROP MGMT SYSTEMS FOR  TREATMENT,
 UTILIZATION & DISPOSAL OF MUNICIPAL WW & SLUDGES

                      GOODMAN,  I,              80562401
ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES TO ALTERNATIVE PESTICIDES
IN THE TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT: A SYSTEMS APPRUACH
                      MANCY.  K.
WATER QUALITY STUDIES ON RIVER NILE AND
LAKE NASSER
80329104
                      CANALE, R,               80375402
UPTIMAL SAMPLING STRATEGIES FOR WATER QUALITY
IN LARGE LAKES
            JNCR  77/04/26
                                                                                                      CUNT  77/05/10
                                                                                                      NEW   77/05/10
            CUNT  77/05/U
            INCR  77/09/U
            NEW   77/09/06
            NEW   77/05/10
            NEW   77/09/09
CONT  77/08/30
            INCH  77/06/22
                                                                                 $17,661
                                 $150,596
                                  125,000
                                                                                                                            $77,589
                     550,000
                    $211,913
                    $133,050
                    $116,119
   S20,000
                     $14,993
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                     55

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
DATE UF
 AWARD
                                                     MICHIGAN
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
** RESEARCH **

MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
     AMN ARBOR
MICHIGAN, UNIV, OF
     ANN ARBOR
MICHIGAN, UNIV, UF
     ANN ARBOR
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
     ANN ARBOR
MICHIGAN, UNIV, OF
     ANN ARBOR
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
     ANN AR80R
MICHIGAN, UNIV, OF
     ANN ARBOR
                      WEBER, w,                80436902
EFFECTIVENESS ACTIVATED CARBON FOR REMOVAL
OF TOXIC &/OK CARCINOGENIC COMPONENTS FROM DRINKING WATEH

                      SCHELSKE, C, L,          80450301
NUTRIENT AND PLANKTON RELATIONSHIPS IN
NORTHERN LAKt MICHIGAN

                      STEDMAN, D,              8U460701
CHEMICAL AMPLIFIERS AS ODD HYDROGEN RADICAL
DETECTORS

                      GANNON, J,               80465201
GUIDE TO CRUSTACEAN ZOQPLANKTON OF THE
GREAT LAKES

                      ROSBINS, J.A,            80468602
RATES Of ACCUMULATION OF POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS
SUBSTANCES IN RECENT SEDIMENTS OF LAKE HURON

                      MOZLEY, S,               80533301
ASSESSMENT OF THE PRESENT STATUS OF 8ENTH1C
MICRO-INVERTEBRATES IN LAKE MICHIGAN

                      RICHARDSON, R,           80533901
DEVELOPMENT OF AN VITRO NEUROTOX1C ITY ASSAY
            CONT  77/08/10
            INCR  77/04/26
            INCR  77/08/29
            INCH  77/04/08
            CONT  77/09/22
                                                                                                       NEW   77/07/06
                                                                                                       NEW   77/07/01
             S99,158
            $153,000
              S8,858
             S25,SOO
             $60,198
                                 $75,345
                                 S56,943
NATIONAL SANITATION FDN.
     ANN ARBOR
STATE OF MICHIGAN
     LANSING
                      MCCLELLAND, N. T.        80553801    NEW   77/09/02        $10,000
4TH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INDIVIDUAL ONSITE
WW SYSTEMS

                      HOWARD A TANNER DIRECT   00^33101    NEW   77/07/28        $81,536
NORTH GREEN BAY WATER    STUDY
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN!
     ANN ARBOR
                      CHARLES G OVERBERGER V   00533701    NEW    77/09/12        $32,244
GREAT LAKES POLLUTION CONTROL
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 56

-------
 APPLICANT


     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
SKANT NO  TYPE LIF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AHAHO
                                                     MICHIGAN
** RESEARCH **

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
     ANN ARBOR
                      C W MATTHEWS CONTROLLE   00534001    NEW   77/09/30
GREAT LAKES POLLUTION CONTROL
                                 $61,909
** DEMONSTRATION **


EAST GRAND RAPIDS,  CITY  OF
     GRAND RAPIDS
                      THOLEN, F. H.
REEDS LAKE RESTORATION PROJECT
                                               6U470801    NEW   77/06/22
                                $903,052
FORD  MOTOR  co.
      DEARBORN
                      GEALER,  «,
ELECTROLYTIC TREATMENT OF OILY WASTEWATER
8U417402    CONT  77/06/30
                                                                                $43,000
 INGHAM  CNTY.  BD.  OF  COMM,
      MASON
                      SODE,  RICHARD
LAKE LANSING DREDGING & RESTORATION
80423201    INCH  77/05/12
                                                                               $455,957
** TRAINING  **


MICHIGAN  STATE  DEPT  OF  PUBLIC  HEALTH
     LANSING
MICHIGAN  STATE  UNIV.
     EAST  LANSING
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
     ANN ARBOR
                      KELLEY,  W,
WATER SUPPLY STATE AGENCY TRAINING GRANT/
FELLOWSHIP FOR STATE AGENCY EMPLOYEES

                      DEHAVEN,  C,
DEVELOP INSTRUCTORS GUIDE FOR  HOME STUDY/
SUPERVISORY MGMT IN THE WATER/WASTEWATER FIELD
90071901    NEW   77/09/12
90075101    NEW   77/09/27
                      SLACK,  D.
M.S./AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
910^9801    NEW   77/07/28
 $5,200
S15,595
 $8,525
02-37-78
                                                         PAGE     57

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE Of   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                     AWARD     GKANT AWARD

** RESEARCH **
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH INST. OF MI,
ANN ARBOR
MINNESOTA STATE OEPT OF HEALTH
MINNEAPOLIS
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MINNEAPOLIS
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MINNEAPOLIS

MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA

WEZERNAK, CHESTER T. eo3buoi INCH 77/05/10
CLADOPHORA MEASUREMENTS USING REMOTE SENSING
LAWSON, W, 80542801 NEW 77/09/30
HEALTH IMPACT STUDIES OF MINERAL FIBERS
IN THE DULUTH MUN, WATER SUPPLY
LIU, BENJAMIN Y.H. 80J30105 INCR 77/05/02
DEVELOPMENT OF BASIC AEROSOL STANDARDS
SMITH, LLOYD L, 8029U03 INCH 77/04/12
EFFECT OF CYANIDE ON FRESHWATER FISH &
INVERTEBRATES
80291403 INCH 77/09/30
WHIT8Y, K. 80385103 CONT 77/04/12


S3, 980
881,514
$15,000
879,828
$52,000
S151,174
     ST. PAUL
                                           FORMATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS
                                                                                          80385103    INCR  77/09/15
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     ST. PAUL
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     ST. PAUL
                      GERHART, D.              80393203    CONT  77/06/09       $55,369
CONTINUOUS FLOW BIOASSAYS USING NATURAL
PERIPHYTON COMMUNITIES WITH EMPHASIS ON THE EFFECTS OF COAL

                      CAPLE .  R,               80395203    CONT  77/06/17      $170,000
ORGANIC LEACHING AND PARTICULATE DISPERSION
FROM COAL

                                               80395203    INCR  77/08/10       510,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    58

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AMARD
                                                   MINNESOTA
** RESEARCH **

MINNESOTA, UNIV. of
     ST. PAUL
MINNESOTA, UNIV. UF
     ST. PAUL
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
                      SYDOR, M                 80436102
OPTICAL DETECTION OF ASBESTIFORM FIBERS
IN FINISHED DULUTH DRINKING WATER

                      HALBERG, F,              80451202
DEVELOPMENT OF CHRONDEPIDEMIOLOGIC METHODS
WITH REFERENCE TO CARDIOPULMONARY CONDITIONS

                      LIU, B,                  80460002
RESEARCH ON AIR SAMPLING FILTER MEDIA
            CONT  77/04/32
                                                                                                      CONT   77/05/12
            CONT  77/06/29
                                                                                457,000
                                 $51,707
                     $50,000
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     ST.  PAUL
                      STEFAN, H,
RENEWAL OF WATER TEMPERATURE STUDIES AT
THE USEPA MUNTICELLO FIELD STATION

                      MAGNUSON, V.
STRUCTURE ACTIVITY CORRELATION STUDIES
                                                                                          8U473601
                                                                                          80495302
                                                           INCR  77/09/12
            CONT  77/09/06
                                 $13,952
                     $70,000
MINNESOTA,  UNIV.  OF
     ST. PAUL
MJNNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF-
     ST. PAUL
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     ST. PAUL
** DEMONSTRATION **

ST. PAUL METRO. WASTE CONTROL  COMM
     ST. PAUL
                      HARRISS,  D.
GENERALIZATION OF WATER QUALITY CRITERIA
USING CHEMCIAL MODELS

                      EISENREICH, S.
ATMOSPHERIC INPUT OF TRACE METALS TO  LAKE
MICHIGAN
                                               80499602
80517201
                                                                                          80529001
                      KUECHLE,  V.
DEVELOP & TEST AN AUTOMATIC FISH TRACKING
& MONITORING SYSTEM FOR MONTICELLO ECOLOGICAL K£S.  STATION

                      SMITH,  L.                 80529101
INFLUENCE UF EXTERNAL FACTORS OF TOXICITY
OF IRON AND COPPER CYANIDE FORMS
                      POLTA,  R.                80J60203
PROCESS AUTOMATION EVALUATION
            CUNT  77/09/15
NEW   77/04/07
                                                           NEW   77/06/15
                                                                                                      NEW   77/06/20
            CONT  77/06/09
                     $61,317
221,409
                                 $64,913
                                 $31,544
                     $89,554
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                59

-------
APPLICANT


     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
6KANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                    MINNESOTA
** TRAINING **

MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
                      PAULUS, H,
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
90067601    NEW   77/07/27
$30,000
** FELLOWSHIPS **

MINNESOTA, UNIV. UF
     MINNEAPOLIS
                      LOKEN, LON C.
M.S./PUBLIC HEALTH/FULL TIME AGENCY
91082601    INCR  77/09/12
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
                      BOOLE, c,
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH-FULL TIME
91093801    INCR  77/08/23
    S53
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
M.S./ENVRN, HEALTH
                      RYDELL, C, D.
91099101    NEW   77/07/27
$10,050
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF

     MINNEAPOLIS
                      VOITA, M.
M.S./PUBLIC HEALTH-FULL TIME
91100101    NEW   77/08/05
 S8,286
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
                      LOCKLEY, F.
B. S./ENVRN. TECHNOLOGY
91100201    NEW   77/08/15
 $2,199
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
                      MACKEY, S.
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH-FULL TIME
91104001    NEW   77/06/03
 S5.695
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
     MINNEAPOLIS
HEALTH SCI.
                      BENSON, D.
91111501    NEW   77/09/12
 »
-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
6KANT NO  TYPt UF   DATE UF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AMARD
                                                  MISSISSIPPI
*« RESEARCH  **

CLINTON, CITY OF
     CLINTON
                      MCGRIFF, C.              80529601
LAGOON EFFLUENT POLISHING USING PHASE ISOLATION
PONDS
            NEW   77/08/10
                                                                                           8US29601     INCH   77/09/20
S65,000
                                                                                J2«,01U
 JACK30N  STATE  UNIV.
      JACKSON
                      SHORE, F.
IN VIVO INCORPORATION OF TOXIC ELEMENTS
INTO PLANTS TISSUE
805)32101    NEW   77/07/28       545,000
                                                                                          80532101     INCR   77/09/12        $21,288
SOUTHERN  MISSISSIPPI,  UNIV.  OF
      HATTIESBURG
»*  TRAINING  **

MISSISSIPPI  STATE  BD  OF  HEALTH
      JACKSON
                      MARTIN,  BILLY J.          8U452701     INCR  77/06/03
EFFECTS OF PETROLEUM COMPOUNDS ON ESTUARINE
FISHES
                      MITCHELL*  D.
WATER SUPPLY STATE AGENCY TRAINING  GRANT
90074501    NEW   77/09/19
                                 825,000
110,100
MISSISSIPPI  STATE  UNIV.
      MISSISSIPPI  STAT
                      SHINDALA,  ADNAN          90031405    INCH  77/08/31       J18,900
SCIENCE 1 PRACTICE OF WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
THE NORTHEAST  MISS.  JR.  COLLEGE
     BOQNEVILLE
                      HAROLD T.  WHITE
MANPOWER TRAINING DEVELOPMENT GRANT
00425377    NEW   77/08/23
 S4,bOO
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

MISSISSIPPI, UNIV. UF
     UNIVERSITY
                      WHITTINGTON,  DARRYAIL     91098501     NEW    77/08/19
M.S./AOUAT1C BIOLOGY/FULL TIME AGENCY
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     bl

-------
 APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
CHANT NU  TYPE UF
           GRANT
        DATE UF
         AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                     MISSOURI
 ** RESEARCH **

 MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
     COLUMBIA
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
     COLUMBIA
                      O'CONNOR, J.             80444402
BIOLOGICALLY MEDIATED CORROSION & DETERIORATION
OF WATER QUALITY IN WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
                      OCONNOR, J.
REMOVAL OF VIRUS FROM PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES
80490302
            CONT  77/04/11
CONT  77/09/14
                     $61,140
  3279,375
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
     COLUMBIA
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
     COLUMBIA
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
     ROLLA
WASHINGTON UNIV,
     ST. LOUIS
                      MARIENFELD, c.           80529701
STUDY OF CANCER AND THE PULIC DRINKING
WATER SUPPLIES OF MISSOURI

                      FAIRCHILD, MAHLON L.     80542901
DEVELOPMENT OF PEST MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
FOR SOIL INSECTS ON CORN

                      WIXSON, B,               80557901
HEALTH IMPACTS OF ACID MINE DRAINAGE ON
DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES IN WESTERN COALS

                      HUSAR, R. 8.             80389602
SULFUR BUDGET IN LARGE PLUMES
            NEW   77/07/06
            NEW   77/09/12
                                                                                                      NEW    77/09/27
                                                                                                       INCR   77/09/15
                    $155,095
                    $325,000
                                $157,811
                                  $6,000
WASHINGTON UNIV.
     ST. LOUIS
                      HUSAR, R, 8.
SULFUR BUDGET IN LARGE PLUMES
80389603
CUNT  77/04/11
                                $229,941
WASHINGTON UNIV.
     ST. LOUIS
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
     ST. LOUIS
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
     ST. LOUIS
                      COMMONER, BARRY          80439502
STUDIES IMPROVE RELIABILITY&SENSITIVITY         "  "
OF BACTERIAL MUTAGENESIS AS SCREEN FOR ENVRN. CAKCINOGENS

                      MACIAS, EDWARD           60311503
A SYSTEM FOR ON-LINE MEASUREMENT OF AEROSOL
SIZE DISTRIBUTION, MASS AND SULFUK CONTENT

                      HUSAR, RUDOLF B.         80504301
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON SULPHUR IN THE
ATMOSPHERE
                                                                                                       CONT   77/06/30
            INCR  77/07/28
            INCR  77/07/29
                                $164,965
                     $50,000
                                 $25,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                62

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FtLLOW
GRANT NU  TYPE UF   DATE OF  TPBONI UF
           GRANT     AMARD     GRANT AMARO
                                                    MISSOURI
** TRAINING **

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
     JEFFERSON CITY
                      ASHFORDf CAROLYN, DIME   OU705301    INCR  77/08/25
wASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING PROGRAM
                                   $7,000
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
     COLUMBIA
                      GRI60ROPOULOS, S.        9U012104    INCH  77/09/08
TRAINING IN NATER SUPPLY & POLLUTION CONTROL
                                                                                                                            $17,000
ST. LOUIS REGIONAL COMMERCE
     ST. LOUIS
WATER & WASTEWATER  TECH. SCH.
     NEOSHO
WATER WASTEWATER TECH. SCH.
     NEOSHO
** FELLOWSHIPS **

MISSOURI SOUTHERN STATE CJLLEGE
     JOPLIN
                      BAEBLER, A.
FIRST NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL WASTE EXCHANGE
SEMINAR
                      LAYTON, RONALD F,
TRI-SERVICES MANUAL-"C1PER AT I ON&MA INTENANCE
OF DJMESTIC INDUSTRIAL WW SYS,"&TRAINING COURSE fcVAL.

                      LAYTON, RONALD F.        9U070201
EVALUATION, OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE TRAINING
FOR WW SYSTEMS IN THE U.S. NATIONAL PARKS
                                                                                           9U069701     NEW    77/06/02
                                                                                           9U070101     NEW    77/09/12
b.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                      CABRERA, E,
                                                                                                      NEW    77/09/14
                                               91113301    NEW   77/09/02
                                                                                $70,000
                                 $37,431
                                  S4,200
MISSOURI, UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
                      SCHREIBER, R.
M.S./CHEMICAL ENGR."FULL TIME
                                                                                          91100701     NEW    77/08/01
                                  S7,717
WASHINGTON UNIV.
     ST. LOUIS
M.S./AIR POLLUTION
                      PATTERSON, D.
                                                                                          91058101     INCR   77/09/12
                                  SI,896
WASHINGTON UNIV.
     ST. LOUIS
                      SAVAGE, ALLEN L.
M.S./CHEMISTRY/FULL TIME AGENCY
91071801    INCR  77/04/01
sioe
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    63

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               GKANT NP  TYPE UF   DATE OF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD
                  AMOUNT OF
                   GRANT AWARD
                                                     MONTANA
** RESEARCH **

MONTANA COLLEGE OF MINERAL SCIENCE
     BUTTE
MONTANA OEPT OF HEALTH & E. S.
     HELENA
                      GALE, G. D.
INVESTIGATION OF NEW TECHNIQUES FOR CONTROL
OF SMELTER ARSENIC FLUE DUST WASTES
                                               80459501
                      A. c. KNIGHT, MD» DIRE   ooensos
AIR & WATER QUALITY STUDIES IN MONTANA
                                                           INCH  77/05/02
                                                           CONT  77/09/30
                     $45,000
                     $76,000
MONTANA ENERGY OFFICE
     HELENA
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
     BOZEMAN
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
     BOZEMAN
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
     BOZEMAN
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
     BOZEMAN
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
     BOZEMAN
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
     BOZEMAN
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
     BOZEMAN
                      WILLIAM CHRISTIANSEN,
ONS IN NE MONT PRIOR TO IMPACTS FROM COAL
PLANT

                      JENSEN, 8.
EFFECTS OF SURFACE CONFIGURATION IN WPC
ON SEMI-ARID MINED LANDS
                                               00818701
                                               80307904
                                               80372703
                      WILLIAMS, T.
COOP. PROGRAM TO EVALUATE SURFACE & GROUND
WATER PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH POTENTIAL STRIP MINt SITES
                      PEAVY, H, 5,
TRANSPORT WATER CONTAMINATION IN COAL SLURRY
PIPELINES
                                               80517601
                                               80523001
                      STUART, D.
DEVELOP IMPROVED ENUMERATION METHODS BASED
PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF INDICATOR BACTERIA DEBILITATION
                      EVERSMAN, SHARON
USE OF LICHENS AS INDICATORS AND PREDICTORS
OF AIR POLLUTION
                                                                                          80536701
                                               80538301
                      MCFETERS, CORDON
DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATION OF RAPID MICROBIAL
BIOASSAYS FOR AQUATIC HERBICIDES,PESTICIDES&HEAVY METAL
                      TAYLOR, JOHN E,
MONITORING PLANT COMMUNITY CHANGES DUE
TO FOSSIL FUEL POWER PLANTS IN EASTERN MONTANA
                                               80539101
INCR  77/09/28
CONT  77/09/13
                                                           CONT  77/07/13
                                                           NEW   77/05/12
                                                           NEW   77/09/29
                                                           NEW   77/07/28
NEW   77/06/28
NEW   77/06/24
  $1,128
$129,095
                    $482,838
                     180,000
                     $52,000
                     $13,604
 $50,000
 $52,766
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                             TITLE
                       PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                       FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE UF    DATE  OF    AMOUNT UF
           GRANT      AWARD     GRANT AwAHD
                                                       MONTANA
** RESEARCH **

MONTANA STATE UNIV,
     80ZEMAN
                       THURSTON, R.V.
AMMONIA  TOXJC1TY  TO FISHES
                                                 80b63601    NEW   77/09/18
MONTANA TECH.  ALUMNI.  FDN,
     8UTTE
NORTHERN  CHEYENNE  TRIBAL COUNCIL
     LAME  DEER
                       MEHTA, ANIL
INVESTIGATION  OF  NEW TECHNIQUES FOR CONTROL
OF SMELTER  ARSENIC  BEARING WASTE
                                                 8045950,2    CUNT  77/09/14       *133,9b2
                       MONTEAU, R,               8o356603
POTENTIAL  IMPACTS  TO GROUND-WATER ^SURFACE-WATER
QUALITY  &  UUANTITY  FROM PROPOSED ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
            CUNT   77/06/14
                                                                                             80356603    INCH   77/09/12
                                                                                                                              S176,785
                                                                                   115,000
** DEMONSTRATION **

MONTANA  OEPT,  UF HEALTH it ENVIR, sci.
     HELENA
**  TRAINING  **

MONTANA  OEPT OF HEALTH
     HELENA
MONTANA  STATE DEPT HEALTH & ENVRN.  sci
     HELENA
                       A.  C. KNIGHT, ACTING D    0 0 816 U 01
rONTANA S^LID WASTE MANAGEMENT,  ENERGY CONSERVATION £
RESOURCE RECnyFoy r^M\T
                                                             INCH  77/06/30
                       ARTHUR CLARKSON, CHIEF    OUttciOOOl     NEw   77/09/30
TRAIT! HATER SUPPLY OPERATOR '"GR. & CITY OFFICIALS OF
                                                                                             90072H01    NEW    77/09/08
                                  $45,000
                                   18,333
                       CLARKSON, A.
 PUBLIC  WATER  SUPPLY  PROGRAM
** FELLOWSHIPS **

MONTANA  STATE  UNIV,
     MISSOUL*
                       REGELE, S.
M, 3, /BIOLOGY
                                                 91115301     NEW   77/09/^i
                                   13,614
                                                          PAGE    65

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOE
                                               GKANT  NO   TYPE  OF    DATE  UF    AMOUNT  UF
                                                          GRANT      AWARD      GRANT  AWARD
                                                    NEBRASKA
** RESEARCH **

NEBRASKA, UNIV. OF
     LINCOLN
** TRAINING **
NEBRASKA DEPT OF ENV CONTRUL
     LINCOLN
                                               80524901     NEW    77/05/20
                      TWESKY,  M,
DEVELOP MANUAL ON ALTERNATIVE  IRRIGATION
MGMT PRACTICES & EFFECTS ON ENVRN.  IN CENTRAL  KAKK
                      DRAIN, DAN T,  DIRECTOR   00710501     NEW   77/09/26
OPERATOR TRAING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
                                                                                 $7,500
NEBRASKA STATE OEPT. OF HEALTH
     LINCOLN
WATER SUPPLY TRAINING
                      SMITH, H,
                                               90073601    NEW   77/09/09
                                                                                 $5,200
** FELLOWSHIPS **

NEBRASKA, UNIV. OF
     LINCOLN
PH.D/ENVRN. LAW
                      DAVIS, P.
                                               91113101    NEW   77/08/29
                                                                                 $3,215
02-27-76
                                                        PAGE    66

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                       PROJECT DIRECTOR X
                       FELLOW
GNANT NO  TYPt OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT  UF
           GRANT     AWARD      GRANT  AWARD
                                                       NEVADA
** DEMONSTRATION **

NEVADA DEPT OF HUMAN  RESOURCES
     CARSON CITY
                       M  LAVERNE ROSSE
IMPLEMENTATION  OF  NV  SOLID  WASTE PLAN
                                                00913401
            INCR   77/09/2B
                                                                                  $12,000
                                                                                            00913401
                                                             INCR   77/05/23
                                                                                                                              Jib,000
** TRAINING  **
      co.  SANITATION  DIST.  «i
     LAS  VEGAS
                       JAMES  WREN-JARVIS
WASTEWATER OPERATORS TRAINING PROGRAM
                                                                                            00910201     NEW   77/09/16
                                                                                  $10,000
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 b7

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           6RANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                NEW    HAMPSHIRE
 ** RESEARCH  **

 MANCHESTER,  CITY OF
     MANCHESTER
NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNIV. OF
     DURHAM
** DEMONSTRATION **

N,H. DEPT. OF HEALTH & WELFARE
     CONCORD
                      KITTREDGE,  DAVID         BU537101
INVESTIGATION OF A FLUID BED CARBON  REGENERATION
SYSTEM OF MANCHESTER, NH
                      METCALF,  T.  c.
VIRUS CARRIAGE STATUS IN THE HARD  SHELL
CLAM
                      MAYNARO H MIRES MD
SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE PRGM
            NEW   77/07/36
80488201    INCR  77/09/14
001U701    INCR  77/07/ae
$451,800
 $35,814
 S16,425
** TRAINING **

NEW HAMPSHIRE WATER SUPPLY & PC COMM.
     CONCORD
                      LEAVENWORTH,  S.  W.        90071701     NEW    77/09/12
TRAINING PHOGRAM-NH WATER SUPPLY ft  POLLUTION
CONTROL COMMISSION STAFF
                                  S5,200
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    68

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               GKAN1 NU
                                                         TYPE UF
                                                          GRANT
        DATE UF
         AWARD
AMUUNT UF
 GRANT AHARO
                                                           JERSEY
** RESEARCH  **

MEW JERSEY OEPT.  UF  ENVHN.  PROTECTION
      TRENTON
NEW JERSEY DEPT.  OF  ENVRN.  PROTECTION
      TRENTON
NEW  JERSEY  INST,  OF  TECH.
      NEWARK
 PRINCETON  UNIV.
      PRINCETON
RUTGERS  STATE  UNIV.
      NEW  BRUNSWICK
RUTGERS  UNIV./COOK  COLLEGE
      NEW BRUNSWICK
RUTGERS  UNIVERSITY
      NEW  BRUNSWICK
RUTGERS  UNIVERSITY
     NEW  BRUNSWICK
** DEMONSTRATION  **

E. I. DUPONT 1>E NEMUUR3  &  CO,  INC,
     DEEPWATER
** TRAINING **

NEW JERSEY ENVRN. CUMM.  ASSJC.
     MORRISTOWN

02-27-78
                      PREUSS, P.
SURVEY OF THE USE & EMISSION OF SELECTED
CARCINOGENS IN NEW JERSEY

                      PREUSS, P.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CANCER MORTALITY AND
POPULATION EXPOSURE TO ENVRN, FACTORS
                                               80550101
                                               80552601
                                               8U566601
                      LISKOWITZ, J,
POLISHING OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE STREAM EFFLUENTS
UTILIZING INEXPENSIVE FLY-ASH CLAY ABSORBENT COMBlNAT

                      PINDER, GEORGE F.        80382702
USE OF SIMULATION FOR CHARACTERIZING TRANSPORT
IN SOILS ADJACENT TO LAND DISPOSAL SITES

                      HUNTER, J,               80439402
THE SOURCES OF HALOGENATED MATERIALS IN
AN URBANIZED WATER SUPPLY

                      FLOWER/ F. 8,            80376202
STUDY OF VEGETATION PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED
WITH REFUSE LANDFILLS

                      AHLERT, ROBERT C,        80397801
REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF OIL/WATER SEPARATION
LITERATURE

                      LITCHFIELD, CAROL D.     80486502
DESORPTION & RECOVERY OF  BACTERIA FROM
SEDIMENT & PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE OCEAN
                      HEATH,  H,                 80494302
CHAMBERS WORKS WwT PLANT-REMOVAL OF ORGANIC
& ORGANO-NITHOGEN COMPOUNDS FROM WASTE«ATtR
                      ASHMUN,  CANDACE M.        90057701
TRAINING COURSE FOR LOCAL OFFICIALS RELATIVE
TO LOCAL ACTION ON PLANNING ELEMENTS OF PL92-500
             PAGE    69
                                                           NEW   77/09/27
NEW   77/09/26
NEW   77/09/12
                                                           INCR  77/06/09
                                                           CONT  77/06/37
                                                           INCH  77/04/22
                                                           INCR  77/07/28
                                                           CONT  77/09/20
                                                           CONT  77/06/15
                                                                 77/09/26
                     S55,000
   $73,100
   $40,000
                     S14,295
                     $32,702
                     $38,763
                      $4,915
                     $31,337
                    $100,000
                     440,500

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NO
TYPE OF
 GRANT
DATE OF
 AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                          JERSEY
** TRAINING **

NEW JERSEY STATE DEPT ENVRN PROTECTION
     TRENTON
RUTGERS UNIV./COOK COLLEGE
     NEW BRUNSWICK
                      LIPP£NCOTT,R.
SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT COMMUNICATIONS
& TRAINING PROGRAM
                                               90072301    NEW   77/09/19
                      KAPLQVSKY, J,            90068801
AIR RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAM
            NEW   77/08/0.2
                                 $25,000
                       $30,000
** FELLOWSHIPS **

NEW JERSEY INST. OF TECH.
     NEWARK
                      COLLINS, M,              91109401    NEW   77/06/01
M.S./AIR POLLUTION CONTROL/PART TIME AGENCY
                                  43,836
RUTGERS UNIV,
     NEWARK
                      FERRAIUOLO, R.
M.S./PUBLIC ADMIN.-PART TIME
                                                                                          91101701     NEW    77/08/03
                                  $1,446
02-37-76
                                                         PAGE     70

-------
 APPLICANT


      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NO  TYPE UF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AWARD
                         UF
                   GRANT AMARO
                                                   NEW   MEXICO
 **  RESEARCH  **

 AMERICANS  FOR  INDIAN  OPPORTUNITY
      ALBUQUERQUE
 **  TRAINING  **


 NEW MEXICO STATE  UN1V,
      LAS  CRUCES
 NM  STATE  UNIVERSITY
      LAS  CRUCES
                      COVER, M,                80546701
RESEARCH FOR & DEVELOPMENT OF FEDERAL/AMERICAN
INDIAN PROGRAMS FOR THE REGULATION OF PESTICIDES
                      BARKLEY.  WILLIAM A,      90019807
TRAINING IN ENGINEERING ASPECTS OF WATER
QUALITY

                      WADE o,  FREDERICKSON     00619001
STATE OPERATER TRAINING-WATER  POLLUTION
CONTROL PROGRAM
NEW   77/09/30
INCR  77/08/31
NEW   77/09/29
                                $154,066
                                 135,000
                                 S12,3S1
02-27-78
             PACE
                                                                 71

-------
APPLICANT
MUNICIPALITY

** RESEARCH **
AGWAY INC.
SYRACUSE
ASSOCIATED UNIVERSITIES, INC,
UPTON
80YCE THOMPSON INST.
YONKERS
COLUMBIA UNIV.
NEW YORK
CORNELL UNIV.
GENEVA
CORNELL UNIV.
ITHACA
CORNELL UNIV.
ITHACA
DUDLEY OBSERVATORY
LATHAM
HEALTH RES INC/NY STATE DEPT OF HEALTH
ALBANY
HUNTER COLLEGE OF CUNY
NEW YORK
BROOKLYN POLYTECHNIC INST.
BROOKLYN
PROJECT DIRECTOR / G«ANT NO
FELLOW
TITLE
NEW YORK

MARTIN, R. 80434902
COMPARISON UP OUR DAIRY MANURE AMNEMENT
SYSTEMS IN TERNS OF EFFECT
VAUGHN, J. 80477602
FATE OF HUMAN VIRUSES IN GROUNDWATER RECHARGE
SYSTEMS UTILIZING TERTIARY TREATED EFFLUENTS
WEINSTEIN, L. 80451302
RESPONSE OF PLANTS TO AIR POLLUTANTS
WEINSTEIN, I. B, 60548201
ENZYMATIC CHARACTERIZATION OF METABOLIC
ACTIVATION & DNA-BINDING OF PRESUMPTIVE CARCINOGENS
ROELOFS, W. 80363402
STRATEGY OF INSECT CONTROL USING MATING
DISRUPTION
ALEXANDER, M. 60369103
EFFECTS OF S02 AND NOX ON THE SOIL ECOSYSTEM
MCLAFFERTY, FRED W, 80450902
IMPROVEMENTS TU PROBABILITY BASED MATCHING
FOR UNKNOWN MASS SPECTRA
PATASHNICK, H. 80522201
FIELD INSTRUMENTATION FOR REAL-TIME MONITORING
OF RESPIRABLE & NON-RESPIRABLE DUST CONCENTRATION AIR
PARHAM, THOMAS 80468901
COMPARATIVE KINETIC STUDIES OF NUTRJENT
UPTAKE AND GROWTH IN THE GREAT LAKES PHYTOPLANKTUN
KUPCHIK, G, 80525401
CASE-CONTROL STUDY OF GASTROINTESTINAL-URINARY
TRACT CANCER MORTALITY JN RELATION TO DRINKING WATER
LEVIS, ALEXANDER H. 80093801
URBAN STREET CLEANING
TYPE OF DATE UF
GRANT AWARD


CONT 77/09/29
CONT 77/09/09
CONT 77/06/20
NEW 77/08/15
CONT 77/06/24
CONT 77/06/30
CONT 77/09/27
NEW 77/06/29
INCR 77/07/27
NEW 77/06/22
INCR 77/06/14
AMOUNT OF
GRANT AWARD


533,299
S99,500
$76,475
$89,954
$55,934
$46,000
$53,112
$19,040
$8,000
$21,300
S9J8
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 72

-------
 APPLICANT
                TY
                                            TITLE
                                                                  PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                  FELLOW
                                               GKANT NO  TYPE L)F   OATt OF   AMOUNT UF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD     CHANT AHARD
                                                     NEW    YORK
** RESEARCH **

INTERSTATE SAN. COM*.
     NEW YORK
MANHATTAN COLLEGE
     BRONX
MANHATTAN COLLEGE
     BRONX
MANHATTAN COLLEGE
     BRONX
NATIONAL AUDUBON  SOCIETY
     NEW YORK
NEW YORK STATE  DEPT OF  ENVR  CONSERV
     ALBANY
NEW YORK  STATE  UEPT.  OF  HEALTH
     ALBANY
NEW YURK  STATE  UNIV  RES.
     ALBANY
NEW YORK STATE  UNIV,
     ALBANY
NEW YORK STATE  UNIV.
     ALBANY
                      MYTELKA, ALAN I,         8U4U6301
APPLICABILITY OF PRESSURE FILTRATION-PYROLYSIS
OF SEWAGE SLUDGE IN A MULTIPLE HEARTH FURNACE
                      THOMANN/ R.
APPLICATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF EUTROPHICATION
PLANNING MODELS FOR LAKE ONTARIO

                      O'CONNOR, D.
MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF FATES OF POLLUTANTS
IN ESTUARIES

                      DITORO, D.
ANALYSIS OF NUTRIENT AND TOXIC CHEMICAL
FLUXES IN GREAT LAKES SEDIMENT

                      CALLISON, CHARLES H.
INTEGRATED APPROACH TO HOME AND GARDEN
PEST MANAGEMENT
                                               80366003
8U522901
60548401
                                               90532701
            INCR  77/09/14
            CONT  77/04/22
                                                                                                       CONT  77/06/22
                                                                                                       NEW   77/04/21
NEW   77/08/31
                      WHITBY, R.
VERTICAL DISTRIB,  OF HYDROCARBONS IN AN
ATMOSPH. DURING CONDITION OF LOW LEVEL TEMPEHAIUKt INVERSION
            NEW   77/07/28
                      PARHAM, T.               80468902
COMPAHTIVE KINETIC STUDIES OF NUTKIENT
UPTAKE & GROWTH IN THE GREAT LAKES PHYTOPLANKTUN

                      MCNAUGHT, DONALD C.      8U457.501
IMPACT OF ZOOPLANKTON GRAZING UPON PHYTOPLANK TUN
IN EUTROPHIC SAGINAW BAY & WESTERN ERIE

                      MCNAUGHT, D.             80*157302
IMPACT OF ZOOPLANTON GRAZING UPON PHYTOPLANKIUN
IN EUTROPHIC SAGINAW BAY AND WESTERN LAKE
                      SWEENEY, R.
SAMPLING CHARACTERIZATION AND ANALYSIS
MANUAL FOR DHEDGt AND FILL MATERIAL
            CUNT  77/08/01
            INCK  77/04/11
            CONT  77/05/02
                                                           NEW   77/09/26
                                                                                 $79,000
                                                                                                                           S1S7,1576
                                 $136,645
                    5124,253
                                                                                                                            $30,927
                                                                                  *8,180
                     $67,000
                                  *2,600
                     $75,000
                                $100,000
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 73

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               GKANT NO
TYPE  OF
 GKANT
DATE OF
 AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GKANT AWARD
                                                     NEW    YORK
** RESEARCH **

NEW YORK STATE UNIV/RACHEL CARSON  COLL
     ALBANY
                      RESNIKOFF, M.
COST BENEFIT OF FUEL REPROCESSING
                                               8U494801
  NEW    77/05/12
                                                                                $28,259
NEW YORK UNIV.
     NEW YORK
NEW YORK UNIV, STATE RES. FDN,
     ALBANY
NEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY
     BRONX
ONONDAGA CNTY,
     N. SYRACUSE
RENSSELAER POLY. INST,
     TROY
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
     TROY
ROCKEFELLER UNIV.
     NEW YORK
SYRACUSE RES. FON.
     SYRACUSE
SYRACUSE UNIV.
     SYRACUSE
                                                                                          8U523901
                      BRENNER, W,
CONTINUOUS TWIN SCREW ACID HYDROLYSIS REACTOR
FOR ONE TON/DAY CELLULOSE-GLUCOSE PILOT PLANT
                      MALANCHUK, J,
EFFICIENT ALGORITHMS SOLVING SYS OF ORDINARY
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS APPLICABLE BASIN ECUSYS MODELING
                      KALLMAN, KLAUS D.
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF GENETICALLY DEFINED STOCKS
OF FISH TO CHEMICAL CARCINOGENS

                      KARANIK, J.
METHODOLOGY FOR ABATMENT OF COMBINE SEWER
OVERFLOWS FOR AN URBAN LAKE
                                                                                          8U538901
                                                                                          8U509601
                                                                                           80482002
                      PARK, R,
MODELING TRANSPORT & BEHAVIOR OF PESTICIDES
& OTHER TOXIC ORGANIC MATERIALS IN AQUATIC ENV1RUNMENTS

                      PARK, RICHARD A.         80504701
ADAPTATION OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM MODEL FOR
APPLIED USES

                      LINDMARK, D.             8U5.46401
MARINE PROTOZOAN MICROSOMAL ACTIVATION
OF OIL POLLUTANTS TO MUTAGENS

                      SAXENA, J.               8U460902
NEW APPROACHES TO THE PRESERVATION OF CONTAMINANIS
IN WATER SAMPLES

                      JENNETT, J. C.           80473402
EVAL. OF ALGAL-MEANDER SYSTEM AS A TECHNIQUE
FOR ABATING POLLUTION FROM SECONDARY LEAD SMELfEKS
                                                           NEW   77/06/03
                                                           NEW   77/06/19
                                                           NEW   77/07/28
                                                                                                       NEW    77/04/14
                                                           CONT  77/09/22
  INCR  77/07/06
                                                                                                       NEW    77/06/03
                                                                                                       CONT   77/08/10
                                                                                                       CONT   77/09/07
                      $212,512
                       537,995
                       $57,143
                       $16,860
                      $118,075
             $64,234
                       $25,000
                       $34,995
                       $10,000
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 74

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FEL.LO*
GKAN7 NU  TYPE UF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARO     CRANT A HA HO
                                                    NEW   YORK
** DEMONSTRATION **

NEW YORK STATE OEPT ENVRN CONSERV
     ALBANY
NEW YORK STATE DfcPT ENVRN. CONSERV,
     ALBANY
                      BERLE, P. A.
RENOVATION ON THE 59TH ST. PONOf CENTRAL
PARK

                      BROMBERG, A, W.
TIVOLI LAKES RESTORATION PROJECT
                                               60490801    NEW   77/04/07       $325,020
                                                                                           80490601     NEW    77/04/11       $121,500
*» TRAINING **

CONFERENCE OF STATE SAN. ENGRS,
     TROY
CORNELL UNIV.
     ITHACA
                      THOMPSON, M.
STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS FOR STATE PUBLIC
WATER SYSTEMS SUPERVISION PROGRAMS

                      GATES, CHARLES D,
HATER QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEERING
                                               90065401    NEW   77/04/07        568,407
                                                                                          90012708     INCH   77/09/12        $35,000
CORNELL UNIV.
     ITHACA
MANHATTAN COLLEGE
     BRONX
NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE,  INC,
     NEW YORK
                      LOEHR, RAYMOND
EDUCATION RELATED TO THE LAND DISPOSAL
OF WASTES

                      JERRIS, J. S.
TRAINING PROFESSIONAL SPECIALISTS IN WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL

                      DANIELS, P,
ENVRN, JOB OPPORTUNITIES STUDY
                                                                                          9U050002     INCH   77/09/30
                                                                                          9U013507     INCR   77/09/14
                                                                                          90069101     NEW    77/05/27
                                                                                $47,660
                                 $17,600
                                 $57,000
                                                                                          9U069101     INCH  77/09/23
                                                                                 $5,000
NEW YORK STATfc DEPT ENVRN  CONSEHV
     ALBANY
                      CAMPBELL, D.
STAFF GUIDE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT GRANT
                                                                                          90071201    NEW   77/09/21
                                                                                $29,955
NEW YORK STATt DtPT ENVRN.  CONSERV,
     ALBANY
                      CAMPBELL, DANIEL J,      9UOb4001    INCH  77/09/27
DEMONSTRATION OF A 2 YEAR AAS WATER QUALITY
MONITORING PROGRAM
                                                                                                                            $21,ooo
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     75

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT  NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                    NEW    YORK
** TRAINING **

NEW YORK STATE OEPT OF HEALTH
     ALBANY
NEW YORK STATE DEPT. ENVRN. CONSERV
     ALBANY
                      BURKE, M,
CORRESPONDENCE TRAINING OF WATER SUPPLY
OPERATORS

                      CAMPBELL* DANIEL
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL WORKFORCE PLANNING
                                               9U076901     NEW    77/09/19       $25,000
                                                                                          90075301    NEW   77/09/19        $7,860
NEW YORK STATE HEALTH DEPT
     ALBANY
SCIENTISTS' INST. FJR PUBLIC INFOR.
     NEW YORK
                      BURKE, M,
TRAINING-FELLOWSHIP/PROVIDE FELLOWSHIP
FOR STATE AGENCY PERSON TO GET M.S./URBAN & ENVRN STUDIES
                                                                                          9U072401    NEW   77/09/12
                      MESSING, MARC
SWM PUBLIC WORKSHOP PROGRAM
                                                                                 $2,500
                                                                                          90041601    INCR  77/05/03        $3,850
** FELLOWSHIPS **

COLUMBIA UNIV.
     NEW YORK
                      MORIATES, S,
ENVRN, QUALITY MGMT./PART TIME AGENCY
91113201    NEW   77/09/12
$1,860
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
                                                                 ABRAMOWITZ, MICHAEL M,   91073801     INCR   77/06/03
M.S./ENVRN. PROTECTION
                                                                                 $2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR.
                      YEE, FRANK C,
                                                                                          91074001     INCR  77/05/25
                                  $2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN, PROTECTION
                      VYAS, SAROJ U,
                                                                                          91074301     INCR   77/06/03
                                   $2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                      TRUCHAN, PAUL R.
91074401    INCR   77/05/26
$2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                      TANG, WILLIAM
                                                                                          91074501     INCR   77/05/25
                                   $2,133
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    76

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPE UF   DATE UF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     »NARD     GRAN) AWAKO
                                                    M E W   YORK
** FELLOWSHIPS **

COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
                                           M.S./ENVRN. tNSR,
                      STADNYCKI,  RICHARD J.    91074801    1NCR  77/05/26
                                   S2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
                      SIEBENBERG,  STANLEY      91075001    INCR  77/05/26
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR.
                                   $£,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./PLANNING & MGMT.
                      SANDERS.  HARRIS J.        91075101    INCH  77/05/26
                                   42,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW  YORK
M.S./ENVRN. PROTECTION
                      BAST,  CLIFFORD C.
91075201    INCR  77/06/03
                                                                                 52,133
COOPER  UNION
     NEW  YORK
M.S./ENVRN.  ENGR,
                      BROPHY,  BRIAN E.
91075401    INCR  77/05/26
£2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENGR,
                      FRIBERG  JR.,  NORMAN  R.    91075501     INCR   77/06/03
                                  $2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW  YORK
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR,
                      GOL08ERGER,  LASLO
91075601    INCR  77/05/25
42,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW  YORK
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR,
                      HALPERN,  MARK
91075801    INCR  77/05/26
42,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR.
                      VIRENDA,  JAIN
91075901    INCH  77/05/26
42,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR,
                      LANDES,  JOEL  B,
91076101    INCR  77/05/25
02-27-78
             PAGE    77

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE UF   DATt OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT      AWARD     GRANT
                                                    NEW   YORK
** FELLOWSHIPS **

COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN, tNSR.
                      LIEBERSTEIN,  MELVIN      91U76201     INCR  77/06/03
                                  $2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
                      MARSH, VERA A.
M.S./ENVRN, PLANNING & MGMT,
                                                                                          91076401    INCH  77/05/25
                                                                                 $2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENGR.
                      NENASHA,  ZAKY
91076501    INCR  77/06/03
$2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR,
                      ROTH, PAUL M.
                                                                                          91076701    INCR  77/05/26
                                  $2,1-33
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENGR,
                      RUBINSTEIN,  S,  C,
                                                                                          91077001    INCH  77/06/03
                                  $2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
ENVRN, STUDIES
                      SANCHEZ,  ALBERT
                                                                                          91077101    INCH  77/05/26
                                  $2,133
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                      DIACATOS, P.
                                                                                          91077201     INCR  77/05/25
COOPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN, SCI,
                      RAMSINGH, OSCAR
                                                                                          91076001     INCR   77/06/10
                                  $2,133
COPPER UNION
     NEW YORK
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR.
                      BERLOWITZ, ARTHUR
                                                                                          91075301     INCR   77/05/26
                                  $2,133
NEW YORK POLYTECHNIC INST.
     BROOKLYN
M.S./CIVIL ENGR.
                      CAPP, ROBERT J,
91063001    INCH  77/01/21
                                                                                                                               $120
OH-27-78
                                                        PAGE    78

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AHQUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AMARO

** FELLOWSHIPS **

NEW YORK POLYTECHNIC INST,
BROOKLYN
NEW YORK STATE UNIV.
STONY BRUOK
NEW YORK UNIV.
N£W YORK
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
TROY
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
TROY
RENSSELAEH POLYTECHNIC INST.
TROY
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
TROY
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
NEW YORK


CASHMORE, P.
M.S./ENVRN, HEALTH SCIENCE
KRAMER, S,
M. S./MECH. ENGR.
SAKALA, M.
M.S. /APPLIED SCIENCE
HUDSON, CHARLES
M.S. /URBAN & ENVRN. STUDIES
PEDDADA, A.
M.S. /URBAN & ENVRN. STUDIES
ZECCOLO, STANFORD J.
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR. -FULL TIME
MCHALE, M,
M.S. /URBAN & ENVRN, STUDIES
NUFFER, FREDERICK R.


91083001 INCH 77/06/21
91108901 NEW 77/09/12

91111001 NEW 77/08/04

91110701 NEW 77/08/10

910B1301 INCR 77/09/12

91082701 INCH 77/06/09

91098301 NEW 77/08/02

91101001 NEW 77/08/10

911U7801 NEW 77/09/12


$4,681
$3,240

$2,841

$5,272

$4,636

$4,253

$4,200

$4,810

$5,935
     TROY
M.S. /CITY 8. REGIONAL PLANNING
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC  INST.
     TROY
                                            M.S./PUBLIC  ADMIN.
                                                                 TRENCH, w,
                                               91111201     NEw   77/09/27
                                  $4,200
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     79

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPe OF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AWARD
                  AMOUNT UF
                   GRANT AMARU
                                              NORTH   CAROLINA
** RESEARCH **

AMERICAN TEXTILE MANUFACTURING INST.
     CHARLOTTE
                      NILES, O'JAY
TECHNICAL & ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF BATEA
GUIDELINES-TEXTILES
80432901
                                                                                          80432901
INCH  77/04/21
                                                           INCH  77/06/01
$150,000
                                 $86,000
DUKE UNIV.
     BEAUFORT
DUKE UNIV.
     BEAUFORT
DUKE UNIV.
     DURHAM
DUKE UNIV.
     DURHAM
DUKE UNIV.
     DURHAM
DUKE UNIVERSITY
     DURHAM
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
     RALEIGH
                      COSTLAW, JOHN D,         80383802
EFFECTS OF KEPONE ON LARVAL DEVELOPMENT
OF CALLINECTES SAPIDUS & RHITHROPANOPEUS HARRISH
                      SUTHERLAND, J.
EFFECTS OF THERMAL ADDITIONS ON THE DYNAMICS
OF FOULING COMMUNITIES AT BEAUFORT

                      SHELBURNE/ J.
ULTRASTRUCTURE & X-RAY MICROANALYSIS OF
MACROPHAGES EXPOSED TO NONCRITERIA POLLUTANTS

                      LOCHMULLER, C,
STUDIES RELATED TO THE ORGANIC CHEMICAL
ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL SAMPLES

                      KAJAGOPALAN, K.
BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF EXPOSURE TO SULFUR
DIOXIDE AND ACID SULFATE
                                               80385602
                                                                                          80546001
                                                                                          80549401
80562201
                                                                                          80486001
            INCR  77/08/16
            CONT  77/04/26
            NEW   77/09/22
            NEW   77/08/30
NEW   77/09/30
                      KNOERR, K, R.
AN EVALUATION OF THE EMISSION OF NATURAL
HYDROCARBONS FROM THE FOREST VEGETATION BY MICHOMETEROL06,

                      GARDNER. Rt P.           60275903
MATHEMATICAL TECHNIQUES FOR X-RAY ANALYZERS
            INCR  77/07/27
                  77/09/J2
                     $25,000
                     $70,000
                     £68,908
                     $26,014
$105,129
                     $19,000
                     $11,448
                                                                                          80275903
                                                           INCH  77/09/26
                                                                                                                            $13,552
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                80

-------
 APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPfc OF
           GRANT
DATE. OF
 AHAKD
      UF
GRANT AWARD
                                               NORTH    CAROLINA
** RESEARCH **

NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
     RALEIGH
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
     RALEIGH
NORTH CAROLINA  STATE UNIV.
     RALEIGH
NORTH CAROLINA  STATE  UNIV.
     RALEIGH
                      WESTMAN, P,
MECHANISM IS. CONTROL OF RAINFALL IMPACT
FROM LAND APPLICATION SITES

                      SKAGGS, R. W,
EFFECT OF LARGE SCALE AGRICULTURAL LAND
DEVELOPMENT UN DRAINAGE WATERS
                                               80460802
                                                                                           8U477802
                      FELDER, R.               80519401
POLYMERIC INTERFACES FOR CONTINUOUS MONITORING
OF HYDROCARBON EMISSIONS FROM STATIONARY SOURCES
                      PATTY, R.
STUDY AND USfc OF PHOTOACOUST1C CELLS FOR
THE DETECTION OF POLLUTANT GASES It AEROSOLS
                                                                                           80533301
                                                                                           81)5.43201
            CON!  77/09/29
            CONT  77/09/08
                                                                                                       NEW   77/09/27
                                                           NEW   77/06/21
                                                           INCH  77/09/20
                                                                                 S16,999
             453,000
                                                                                 480,642
                                                                                                                            S10,000
                                                                                                                            S29,825
NORTH  CAROLINA  STATE  UNIV.
     RALEIGH
                      SAUCIER, W,              8U555401
GRADUATE RESEARCH IN AIR QUALITY METEOROLOGY
                                                                                                       NEW    77/U9/2J
                                 440,500
NORTH  CAROLINA  STATE  UNIV.
     RALEIGH
NORTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV  OF
     CHAPEL  HILL
NORTH CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV.  OF
     CHAPEL HILL
                      ARYA, S, PAL
MODELING OF ATMOSPHERIC FLOWS AND POLLUTANT
DISPERSAL OVEH AND AROUND HILLS & BUILDINGS

                      SINGER, P.
WASTEWATER CONTAMINANTS FROM PRODUCTION
OF SYNTHETIC FUELS FROM COAL

                      JEFFRIES, H. E.
OUTDOOR SIMULATION OF AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
STRATEGIES

                      FOX, DONALD L.
EXPERIMENTAL 3TUDY OF AEROSOL FORMATION
MECHANISMS IN A CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERE
                                                                                           8U559501     NEW   77/09/22       462,949
                                                                                           80491702     CONT   77/09/14      $100,000
                                                                                           8U091605     INCH   77/09/15       520,374
                                                                                           80247203     INCR   77/08/02        S15,000
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                     81

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AWARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                              NORTH   CAROLINA
** RESEARCH **

NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
                      MCLAURIN, L.
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF CO EXPOSURE IN ISCHEMIC
HEART DISEASE
                                               8U431602
                      ISENHOUR, T,             80138102
DEV. OF AN ON-LINE INFRARED SPECTRAL SEARCH
SYS. UTILIZING PATTERN RECOGNITION & INFORM THEOKY
                      CHRISTIAN, R.
CHLORINATION OF AQUATIC HUMIC SUBSTANCES
                                                                                          8U443002
            CONT  77/09/01
                                                                                                      CONT  77/07/19
                                                           CONT  77/08/02
  $114,426
                                                                                $51,689
                                                                                                                          $112,211
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     RALEIGH
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST,
     RES,TRIANGLE PK
                      COLLIER, ALBERT M,       60457702
EFFECT ETIULOGICALLY-DEFINED RESPIRATORY
INFECTION ON LUNG FUNCTION&GROWTH IN LOW AIR POLLUTION AREA
                                                                                                      CONT  77/08/01
                      SHARP, D. G.
EFFECTS OF VIRUS PARTICLE AGGREGATION ON
THE DISINFECTION OF WATER SUPPLIES

                      HUMM, D,
DETECTION OF CARCINOGENICITY OF OILS IN
SEA MATER

                      CHANEY, S,
EFFECTS OF OZONE ON DNA REPAIR SYNTHESIS
IN RABBIT LYMPHOCYTES

                      BROMBERG, P. A.
NEW APPROACHES TO QUANTITATING THE PULMONARY
EFFECTS OF INHALED POLLUTANTS
                                                                                          80463502
                                                                                          80465002
                                                                                          80511401
                                                                                          80518401
                                                                                          80540401
                                                           CONT  77/08/01
            CONT  77/06/15
            NEW   77/09/09
            NEW   77/06/28
                      FELDER, R.
RESIDENCE TIME DISTRIBUTIONS,DISPERSION
& REENTRAINMENT IN A PILOT-SCALE ELECTROSTATIC PKECIPITATUR
            NEW   77/08/04
                      MIXON, F. 0.             80497901
POLLUTANTS FRQM SYNTHETICS FUELS PRODUCTION
                                                                                                       INCR   77/04/22
                                $216,811
                                $106,133
   $45,000
   $47,900
  $174,870
   $42,992
                                $168,248
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                82

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AMARD
                                              NORTH   CAROLINA
** RESEARCH **

RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST.
     RES. TRI, PARK
                      MIXON, f, 0
SYNTHETIC FUELS RESEARCH PROGRAM
                                               80497902    CONT  77/08/23
                                S661,608
SAINT AUGUSTINE COLLEGE
     RALEISH
** DEMONSTRATION **

LAKE LURE, TOWN OF
     LAKE LURE
                      JOHNSON,  W.
LIFE SPAN EFFECTS OF LOW LEVEL  HTO EXPOSURE
DURING PREGNANCY IN RATS
                      WILSON,  j,
MYSTIC LAKE RESTORATION PROJECT
                                                                                          80376403    CONT  77/09/26       S28,863
                                               8U569101    NEW   77/09/30       S20/000
**  TRAINING  **

NC  DEPT OF NATURAL  AND ECONOMIC DEV,
     RALEIGH
NORTH CAROLINA,  UNIV.  IJF
     CHAPEL  HILL
                      W.  E.  KNIGHT
PROVIDE CLASSROOM & ON-THE-J08 TRAINING
FOR WWT PLANT OPERATORS
00424501    NEW   77/05/16
                      WEISS,  CHARLES M,         9U012208    INCR  77/08/31
GRADUATE TRAINING WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT
*26,200
                                                                                                                           $35,100
** FELLOWSHIPS  **
NORTH CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     CHAPEL  HILL
M.S./REGIONAL PLANNING
                      MINERVINI,  w. p.
                                               91111301     NEW   77/07/27
                                  $4/200
NORTH CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     CHAPEL HILL
                      LUND,  F,
M.S./CITY & REGIONAL PLANNING
                                                                                          91111601    NEW   77/09/15
                                  $0,200
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    83

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE Up   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT      AWARD     GRANT AWARD
** RESEARCH **

NO, DAK, STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
     BISMARCK
NORTH DAKOTA OEPT, JF HEALTH
     BISMARCK
NORTH DAKOTA? UNIV. OF
     GRAND FORKS
                                                NORTH   DAKOTA
                      GENE A, CHRISTIANSUN,
COLLECTION OF AMBIENT AIR BASELINE DATA
FROM THE £

                      W, V. HEUVELEN, EXEC.
COLLECTION OF AMBIENT AIR BASELINE DATA
FFOM ENERG

                      MANZ, 0.
DISPOSAL OF HISH ALKALINE FLY ASH SLUDGE
IN A DECOALED MINE 3EAM
00812703    INCR  77/08/11
00812703    CONT  77/09/30
 $7,313
400,000
60b4i901    NEW   77/08/19      $236,000
                                                                                          80615901    INCR  77/09/29      $133,060
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    ea

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKAN1 NO  TYPt OF
           GRANT
DATt UF
 AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AMARO
                                                         OHIO
** RESEARCH **

AKRON UNIV. UF
     AKRON
BATTELLE COLUMBUS  LAB.
     COLUMBUS
BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  I^ST,
     COLUMBUS
BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  IN3T,
      COLUMBUS
BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  INST.
     COLUMBUS
BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  INST.
     COLUMBUS
BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  IMST.
     COLUMBUS
                      MOSTARDI, R. A,          80425602
EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION! A LONGITUDINAL
CROSS SECTIONAL APPROACH (RENEWAL)

                      CHERRY, R, H.            60509501
TECHNICAL AWARENESS IN THE NONFERROUS METALS
INDUSTRY PILOT STUDY

                      VAUGHAN, DALE A.         60400802
ENVRN. EFFECTS OF UTILIZING SOLID WASTE
A3 A SUPPLEMENTARY FUEL

                      HALL, E, H.              80505001
ENVIRONMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
OF THE USE OF SURPLUS WOOD AS AN INDUSTRIAL FUEL

                      LEVY, A.                 80533001
STAGED COMBUSTION FOR NOX CONTROL AND ENHANCED
SOi EMISSIONS
                      MILLER, D.
DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL OF S02 OXIDATION
IN SMOG

                      SMITHSON, J. H.
WORKSHOP ON WASTE TO ENERGY TECHNOLOGY
                                               80533501
                                                                                           60556101
            CUNT  77/09/14
                                                                                                       NEW   77/04/11
                                                                                                       INCR  77/09/06
                                                                                                       NfcW   77/06/10
                                                                                                       NEW   77/06/30
            NEW   77/08/19
            NEW   77/08/16
                                                                                $153,904
                                  S41,788
                                 $97,500
                                 $57,000
                                 S34,559
             S50,000
             $24,990
BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  INST.
     COLUMBUS
CASE WESTERN  RESERVE  UNIV,
     CLEVELAND
                      LAWHON, W,               8U570001
HEALTH IMPLICATION OF COAL RELATED ENERGY
DEVELOPMENTIMINING INPACTS

                      PROBER, R.               60532801
REACTION KINETICS OF IRON CYANIDE COMPLEXES
            NEW   77/09/27
            NEW   77/06/09
            $114,279
             $17,000
CENTRAL STATE  UNIV.
     WILBERFORCE
                      SCHLUETER, A.            80532901
EVALUATION OF THE DIONEX ION EXCHANGE CHROMA TOGhfAPH
FOR NATURAL WATER SAMPLE ANALYSIS
            NEW   77/08/11
             $34,902
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                                                                 85

-------
APPLICANT
MUNICIPALITY

** RESEARCH **
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL RESEARCH FDN.
COLUMBUS
CINCINNATI, CITY OF
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UNIV, OF
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI
DAYTON, UNIV. OF
DAYTON

HEIDELBERG COLLEGE
TIFFIN
HEIDELBERG COLLEGE
TIFFIN
MIAMI UNIV.
PROJECT DIRECTOR / GKANT NO TYPE OF DATE OF
FELLOW GRANT AWARD
TITLE
OHIO

LUBIN, A. H. 80416802 CONT 77/07/13
LONGITUDINAL EVALUATION OF LEAD BODY BURDEN
IN GROWING CHILDREN
MILLER, R. 80544301 NEW 77/08X03
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF GRANULAR ACTIVATED
CARBON ADSORPTION AND ON SITE REGENERATION
LOPER, JOHN C. 80420202 INCH 77/07/28
OCCURRENCE & EFFECTS ORGANICS IN DRINKING
WATER-MUTAGENIC & CARCINOGENIC EFFECTS ORGANICS DRINKING W
SCARPING, P. V, 80473301 NEW 77/07/28
DETECTION OCCURRENCE CHARACTERIZATION AND
PERSISTENCE OF MICROBES IN LANDFILL LEACHATES
CODY, T. 80564401 NEW 77/09/14
LEVEL I PILOT STUDY ON PROCESS a WASTE
STREAMS & FUGITIVE EMISSIONS FROM NONFERROUS SMELTERS
DUVALL, 0, 80511701 NEW 77/08/01
HIGH-TEMPERATURE DEGRADATION CHARACTERISTICS
OF HAZARDOUS ORGANIC WASTES-A LABORATORY APPROACH
80511701 INCH 77/09/23
DR LESLIE H FISHEL JR 00533801 NEW 77/09/23
GREAT LAKES POLLUTION CONTROL
BAKER, D. 80543601 NEW 77/09/12
FLUVIAL TRANSPORT & PROCESSING OF SEDIMENTS
& NUTRIENTS FROM NONPOINT SOURCES
WINNER, ROBERT w. 80519301 NEW 77/06/21
AMOUNT OF
GRANT AWARD


$216,285
$459,000
$24,388
$57,054
$23,309
$190,000
$75,519
$49,315
$88,034
$21,063
     OXFORD
CHRONIC BIOASSAYS WITH DAPHNIDS AS A TOOL
FOR PREDICTING THE TOXICITY OF COMPLEX INDUS. EFFLUENTS
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                86

-------
APPLICANT
MUNICIPALITY

** RESEARCH **
NATIONAL WATER HELL ASSOC.
WDRTHINGTON
OHIU AGRI, RE3. & DEVELOPMENT CENTER
BOOSTER
OHIO RIVER VALLEY WATEH SAN. COMM.
CINCINNATI
OHIO STATE UNIV.
COLUMBUS
OHIO STATE UNIV.
COLUMBUS
OHIO STATE UNIV.
COLUMBUS
OHIO STATE UNIV,
COLUMBUS
OHIO STATE UNIV,
COLUMBUS
OHIO STATE UNIV.
COLUMBUS
OHIU STATE UNIV. RES FDN
PROJECT DIRECTOR /
FELLOW
TITLE
OHIO

GHANT NO TYPE OF
GRANT


LEHR, JAY H. 60521101 NEW
MANUAL OF WATER WELL MAINTENANCE & REHABILITATION
TECHNOLOGY
WHITE, R. K.
EFFECT OF LIVESTOCK PASTURING ON NON-POINT
SURFACE RUNOFF
BOES, R.J.
ORGANIC SUBSTANCES IN THE OHIO RIVER AND
ASSOCIATED WATER SUPPLIES
SHAW, J.
APPLICATION UF FOURIER TRANSFORM SPECTROSCOPY
TO AIR POLLUTION PROBLEMS
HART, R.
EFFECTS/SIZED ASBESTOS FIBERS ON CELLULAR
DNA MEMBRANE STRUCTURE-FUNCTION, INTERMEDIARY
HERDENORF, C,
LIMNOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF WATER QUALITY
AND FISH LARVAE IN LAKE ERIE
HART, R,
CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS: INSECTICIDE
VS. CARCINOGENIC ACTION
80463102 CONT
80461502 CUNT
8U386803 CONT
60420102 CONT
METHABOLISM
60461202 CONT
eosooeoi NEW
ST. PIERRE, G. 80527801 NEW
METALLURGICAL&UPERATING VARIABLE SC ALING&CORRUSIUN
WATER RECYCLING&TREATMENT INTEGRATED STEEL PLANTS
GORDON, S.
OHIO RIVER BASIN ENERGY STUDY! PHASE II
HERNDENDORF, CHARLES E
6U558901 NEW
80461201 INCR
DATE OF
AWARD


77/04/22
77/06/03
77/09/14
77/07/21
77/04/22
77/05/10
77/06/22
77/06/19
77/09/22
77/04/15
AMOUNT UF
GRANT AWARD


$91,848
$67,898
$150,000
$95,000
$130,956
1127,062
$49,000
547,915
$30,000
$38,455
     COLUMBUS
LIMNDLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF WATER QUALITY
& FISH LARVAE IN LAKE ERIE
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE
                     87

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               GHANT NO  TYPE OF    DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                        OHIO
** RESEARCH **

OHIO STATE UNIV, RES. FDN.
     COLUMBUS
                      KENNETH w SLOAM EXECUT   00532901
LAKE ERIE WATER QUALITY  SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM
                                                           NEW   77/04/19
4160,178
OHIO STATE UNIV. RES. FDN,
     COLUMBUS
OHIO STATE UNIV. RES. FDN.
     COLUMBUS
THE OH STATE UNIV RESEARCH FOUND
     COLUMBUS
                      RONALD A WRIGHT DIR      00533601
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  RESEARCH DEV &
DEMON

                      HART, R,                 80533701
DEVELOPMENT OF A TISSUE SELECTIVE IN VIVO
BIOASSAY FDR ENVRN. AGENTS PRODUCING DNA DAMAGE

                      KENNETH W SLOAN EXECUT   00532901
LAKE ERIE WATER QUALITY  SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM
                                                           NEW   77/09/09
                                                           NEW   77/08/23
                                                           INCR  77/09/OB
 $55,952
$200,000
 839,949
BOOSTER, COLLEGE OF
     WOOSTER
** DEMONSTRATION **

FARM BUREAU DEVELOPMENT CORP,
     COLUMBUS
** TRAINING **

CINCINNATI, UNIV, OF
     CINCINNATI
                                               80537001    NEW   77/07/01
                      KERN,  M. D,
INVESTIGATE EFFECTS OF COAL-FIRED POWER
PLANT EMISSIONS ON TISSUE STRUCTURE OF SELECTED BIRD SPECIES
                      HILL, J. K,              60518901    NEW   77/09/15
DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM TO SHOW OHIO LANDOWNERS
& MUNICIPALITIES ACCEPTABLE SYSTEM FOR APPLYING SLUDGE
                      EYE, J. D.               9U012306    INCR  77/09/12
GRADUATE TRAINING IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
 527,154
                                                                               $195,681
                                                                                $16,000
CINCINNATI', UNIV. OF
     CINCINNATI
                      SALTZMAN, B.
TRAINING PROGRAM IN AIR POLLUTION
                                               90068401    NEW   77/07/27
 530,000
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
     CINCINNATI
                      FOWLER, THADOEUS W,      90069901    NEW   77/09/14
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
GRANT
                                                                                $20,633
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    88

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALI TY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GNANT NU  TYPt Uf   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                         OHIO
** TRAINING **

CINCINNATI, UNIV. Of
     CINCINNATI
OHIO STATE UNIV,
     COLUMBUS
                      SCARPING, P.
WATER QUALITY SAMPLES FROM PUBLIC HATER
SYSTEM
                                               90074101    NEW   77/09/30
                      HOWE, R.                 9U071001    NEW   77/09/20
INFORMATION COLLECTION, ANALYSIS It OlSSEMINATIlJN
                                 $48,317
                                                                                                                           SI 1
-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE OF
         AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                     OKLAHOMA
 **  RESEARCH  **

 OKLAHOMA  ST.  UNIV.
     STILLWATER
 OKLAHOMA  STATE DEPT.  OF  HEALTH
     OKLAHOMA CITY
                      COURI, DANIEL
RAN6ELAND WATERSHED WATER BUDGET & GRAZING
CATTLE WASTE NUTRIENT CYCLING
60373501
                      KEENE, FORREST           60321801
SPRAY RUNOFF/TREATMENT OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER
INCR  77/08/29
            INCH  77/09/27
                                                                               $120,000
                     555,000
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
     STILLWATER
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
     STILLWATER
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
     STILLWATER
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
     STILLWATER
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
     STILLWATER
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
     STILLWATER
OKLAHOMA, UN1V, OF.
     OKLAHOMA CITY
                      MORRILL, L.              804&i302
810 ORGANIC INDICATORS OF GROUND WATER
POLLUTION

                      FITE, R.                 80484(702
PROJECT TO DEVELOP AND EVALUATE AN ENVRN.
TECH, TRANSFER SYSTEM

                    .  GAUDY, A, F,             80524201
TREATMENT CAMPATIBILITY OF MUNICIPAL WASTE
AND BIOLOGICAL HAZARDOUS INDUSTRIAL COMPOUNDS

                      BURKS, S.                80530701
EFFECTIVENESS&CQST OF ACTIVE CARBON ADSORPTION
OF TOXIC COMPOUNDS FROM PETROLEUM REFINERY WASTEWATER

                      EISENBRAUN, E, J.        80541901
SYNTHESIS AND PURIFICATION OF HIGH PURITY
AROMATIC COMPOUNDS

                      MULHOLLAND, R. J.        80556401
A NEW SAMPLING THEORY FOR THE MEASUREMENT
OF ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE AND  FUNCTION

                      ROBINSON, C. P.          60497501
EFFECTS OF CHLORIDIMEFORM ON VASCULAR TISSUE
            CONT  77/09/29
            CONT  77/09/27
            NEW   77/06/27
                                                                                                      NEW    77/07/07
            NEW   77/07/06
            NEW   77/09/22
            NEW   77/05/25
                    $169,415
                     $43,000
                    $174,887
                                 $42,746
                     S40,000
                     $25,538
                     $32,047
** DEMONSTRATION **

OKLAHOMA CONSERVATION COMM,
     OKLAHOMA CITY
                      GRIMMETT, JACK
PAULS VALLEY LAKE RESTORATION
80489601
NEW   77/08/16
                                 £300/000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                90

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE QF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT
                                                     0 K  L  A  H 0 M A
 **  TRAINING  **


 NATIONAL  RURAL  WATEw  ASSOC,
      DUNCAN
 OKLAHOMA  STATE  DEPT.  Of-  HEALTH
      OKLAHOMA  CITY
 OKLAHOMA  STATE  UNIV.
      STILLWATER
 OSCAR  ROSE  JR.  COLLEGE
      MIDWEST  CITY
                      MONTGOMERY, J, H.
STATE RURAL WATER TRAINING AND TECHNICAL
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
90064701
                      MCBRYDE, G,              90075201
WATER SUPPLY STATE TRAINING/POLLUTION ABATEMENT
& CONTROL

                      GAUDYr ANTHONY f,        90007806
TRAINING IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL (ENGINEERING
SCIENCE; INTERDISCIPLINARY)

                      DR. ROBERT PARK, CHAIR   00616901
STATE & LOCAL MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
                                                           INCR  77/06/04
            NEW   77/09/22
            INCR  77/09/08
            NEW   77/09/29
                      45,200
                     516,680
                     $20,441
 **  FELLOWSHIPS  **

 OKLAHOMA,  UNIV.  OF
      NORMAN
                      D'ANDREA,  NATAL V.
M.S./CIVIL ENGR. & ENVRN, SCIENCE
91079701
INCR  77/04/15
51,085
 OKLAHOMA,  UNIV.  OF
      NORMAN
M.S./ENVRN, SCIENCE
                      SLADE,  W.
91114201    NEW   77/09/14
                      14,200
02-27-78
             PAGE

-------
APPLICANT
MUNICIPALITY

** RESEARCH **
OREGON GRAD. CTR. FUR STUDY & RES.
BEAVERTON
OREGON STATE UNIV,
CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORVALUS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV,
PROJECT DIRECTOR /
FELLOW
TITLE
OREGON

HUNTZICKER, JAMES J.
THE CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF PARFICULATE
SULFUR COMPOUNDS BY FLAME PHOTOMETRY
GKANT NU


8U475002
WEBER, L. 80309004
DEVELOP PROCEDURES BASED TOXICITIES EVALUATE
EFFECTS CHRONIC EXPOSURE OF FISH ENVRN. CONTAMINANTS
LANDA, EDWARD R,
EFFECT ON NON-GASEOUS AIRBORNE POLLUTANTS
FROM COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS ON PLANT GROWTH &
MIX, M,
EFFECTS OF COMPOUNDS PRODUCED FROM PETROLEUM
UTILIZATION ON SELECTED MARINE INVERTEBRATES
6U394602
METABOLISM
8U442702
SEIDLER, R, 8U445602
ORIGIN VIRULENCE GROWTH AND CONTROL OF
COLIFORMS IN DRINKING WATER EMANATING FROM WOODEN TANKS
WARREN, C.E.
MICROCOSM AND THEORETICAL EVALUATION OF
SUBSTITUTE CHEMICALS
KOLLER, LOREN D.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS! EFFECTS ON
TUMOR GROWTH & IMMUNITY
SMALL, L,
EFFECTS OF CHROMIUM AND NUTRIENT POLLUTANTS
ON NATURAL PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS
60462202
8U521001
80b28201
HETRICK, FRANK 80540701
EFFECT OF tNVRN. POLLUTANTS ON SUSCEPTIBILITY
OF SALMONIO FISH TO VIRAL & BACTERIAL PATHOGENS
WILLIAMSON, K.
80541601
TYPE OF
GRANT


CUNT
CUNT
INCH
CUNT
CONT
CONT
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
DATE (JF
AWARD


77/08/23
77/09/20
77/08/31
77/06/08
77/06/30
77/09/08
77/07/06
77/06/13
77/09/19
77/08/30
AMOUNT OF
GRANT AWARD


835,000
S23,118
$9,592
$20,000
$26,038
$50,000
$105,475
5174,673
S42,576
$59,950
     CORVALLIS
FIELD EVALUATION OF ROCK FILTERS FOR REMOVAL
OF ALGAE IN LAGOON EFFLUENTS
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPt DF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GKANT AHAHD
                                                      OREGON
** RESEARCH **

OREGON STATE UNIV.
     CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV,
     CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
     CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
     CORVALLIS
OREGON, UNIV. OF
     PORTLAND
                      WARREN, C.               80542301
PLANS FOR INVESTIGATION OF NONSTEADY STATE
PHENOMENA OF STREAM SEDIMENTATION

                      KOELLIKER, J.            80549901
DEVELOPMENT OF A WATER QUALITY MODEL FOR
FEEDLOT RUNOFF CONTROL SYSTEMS

                      HOGG, T.                 80551001
LAKE VANCOUVER WASHINGTON SOCIAL IMPLICATION
OF LAKE RESTORATION PROGRAM

                      CALDWELL/  R.              80562501
EFFECTS OF PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS UN FATTY
ACID METABOLISM IN MARINE FISHES

                      MEYER,  E.  A,              604B9802
DETERMINATION OF GIARDIA CYST VIABILITY
            NEW   77/08/19
                                                                                                      NEW   77/08/16
                                                                                                      NEW   77/08/15
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/08
                                                                                                      CONT  77/09/20
                                                                                $45,000
                                 574,659
                                 $87,901
                                 $84,757
                                 $41,983
** TRAINING  **

LINN-BENTON  COLLEGE
     ALBANY
WASTEWATER TECHNOLOGY
                      SCOTT,  P.
                                               90012805    INCH  77/09/23
                                  $7,000
LINN-BENTON COMMUNITY  COLLEGE
     ALBANY
OREGON STATE UNIV.
     CORVALLIS
                      PETER c. SCOTT,  DIRECT   00013178
TWO DAY WORKSHOP AND ONE-TO-ONE TRAINING
FOR WATER SYSTEMS OPERATOR

                      SCHAUMBURG,  FRANK D.      90007208
GRADUATE "TRAINING IN WATER QUALITY
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/30
            INCH  77/09/12
                                 $25,000
$19,800
OREGON STATE UNIV.
     CORVALLIS
                      BOUBEL,  R.
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
90068301    NEW   77/08/10
$30,000
** FELLOWSHIPS **

OREGON STATE UNIV.
     CORVALLIS

02-27-78
                      DOWNS, S. C.
M.S./CIVIL ENGR.

             PAGE    93
                                               91112701
            NEW   77/09/19
 $4,200

-------
APPLICANT                                                        PROJECT DIRECTOR /       GKAN7 NO  TYPt OF   DATt OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                                 FELLOW                              GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
     MUNICIPALITY                          TITLE



                                                      OREGON
02-27-78

-------
 APPLICANT


      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR X

                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AWARD
                  AMOUNT OF
                   GRANT AWARD
                                                PENNSYL v A N i A
** RESEARCH **

ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES
     PHILADELPHIA
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOK TESTING&MATERIALS
     PHILADELPHIA
BITUMINOUS COAL RES. INC,
     MONROEVILLE
                      BURTON,  D,               8U468302

INVESTIGATION OF THE ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS
OF OZONE PRODUCED OXIDANTS TO SELECTED ESTUARINE SPECIES


                      LEVADIE, B,               6U359303

CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL AIR QUALITY
MEASUREMENTS


                      BOYER,  J.                80533601
COAL AND THE ENVIRONMENT ABSTRACT  SERIES
            CUNT  77/08/29
                                                                                                      CUNT   77/04/22
                                                                                                      NEW   77/06/29
                     $50,000
                                   $5,000
                                 $32,960
CARNEGIE MELLON  INST. OF RES.
     PITTSBURG
DREXEL UNIV.
     PHILADELPHIA
DREXEL UNIVERSIIY
     PHILADELPHIA
FRANKLIN  INST.
     PHILADELPHIA
PENNSYLVANIA DEPT. UF ENVRN. RESOURCES

     HARRISBURG
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY PARK
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY PARK
                      KEANE,  J,  D.
PERFORMANCE OF ALTERNATE COATINGS IN THE
ENVRN,
                                                                                          80502701
                      KOERNER,  R.  M.           eu«7630i
MICROWAVE SYSTEM FOR LOCATING FAULTS IN
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DIKESJ  PARAMETER SPECIFICATION
                      KOENERr  ROBERT  M,
SPILL ALERT DEVICE FOR IMPOUNDED HAZARDOUS
MATERIALS

                      KUTCHER,  J.
PREPARATION UF THE MUNICIPAL TECHNOLOGY
BULLETIN AND INPUT TO THE wRSIC DATA  SERVICE
                                                                                          8U251103
80492201
                                               8US59801
                      THOMPSON,  D.
EFFECTIVENESS REGULATIONS & PRACTICES HANDLING
TOXIC STRIP MINE SPOILS TO PREVENT  ACID MINE  DRAINAGE
                      THOMSON,  D,
SELECT RESEARCH GROUP IN AIR POLLUTION
METEOROLOGY
                                                                                          8U039705
                      HEINSOHN,  R,              eo356003
DESIGN OF STACK SAMPLING SYSTEM  MITH DILUTION
                                                           N£K   77/04/07
                                                                                                      INCR  77/09/22
            INCR  77/07/1S
INCR  77/08/23
            NEW   77/09/15
            CONT  77/04/07
            CONT  77/06/09
                                 $35,000
                                 $12,076
                     $15,000
S57,219
                    $112,475
                    $220,000
                     »25,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE
                                                                95

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
DATE OF
 AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                PENNSYL VANJA
** RESEARCH **

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV,
     UNIVERSITY PARK
PENNSYLVANIA STATE JNIV,
     UNIVERSITY PARK
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY PARK
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY PARK
PITTSBURG, UNIV. OF
     PITTSBURGH
PITTSBURGH, UNIV, OF
     PITTSBURGH
                      RISBY, TERENCE           80365102
CHEMICAL IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY OF
ORGANIC & ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

                      UNZ, R. F.               6U513201
FIELD STUDIES ON ACID MINE DRAINAGE TREATMENT
WITH THE ROTATING BIOLOGICAL CONTACTOR

                      PATIL, G. P.             80542201
SATELLITE A IN STATISTICAL ECOLOGY OF THE
SECOND INTERNATIONAL ECOLOGICAL CONGRESS

                      CARLSON, T.              80550001
AIRCRAFT RADIATION MEASUREMENTS OVER ST.
LOUIS

                      SHAPIRO, M. A.           80559901
HEALTH EFFECTS OF ENERGY BY PRODUCTS ON
DRINKING MATER

                      FROHLIGER, J.            80529801
ION CHROMATOGRAPHY OF AROMATIC AMINES
            INCR  77/09/27
                                                                                                      NEW   77/04/22
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/22
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/06
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/30
                                                                                                      NEW   77/08/10
             S12,338
                                 462,915
                                  S5,000
                                 $16,000
                                $101,842
                                 $44,188
PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF
     PITTSBURGH
PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF
     PITTSBURGH
PITTSBURGH, UNIV, OF
     PITTSBURGH
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSQC.
     WEST CHESTER
                      STOEHR, R,               80530401
ORGANIC EMISSIONS FROM SINTERING PLANTS-DETERMINATION
 OF CAUSES AND METHODS OF ABATEMENT

                      SYKORA, J,               80536801
ALGAE IN OPEN DRINKING WATER RESERVOIRS
R TOXICITY OF SCHIZOTHRIX CALCIOLA

                      SHAPIRO, M,              80560801
OHIO RIVER BASIN ENERGY STUDYJ PHASE m
PITTSBURGH PARTICIPATION

                      CAHILU, T.               80542101
APPLICATION OF THE NON POINT SOURCE MODEL
TO AN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED
                                                                                                      NEW   77/06/20
                                                                                                      NEW    77/08/01
            NEW   77/09/22
                                                                                                       NEW    77/09/14
                                  *9,456
                                 930,612
              580,000
                                  $40,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE

-------
 APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
CHANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE UF   AMQUNI UF
           GRANT     AHAHD     GRANT A*ARD
** RESEARCH **

SUSQUEHANNA UNIV.
     SELlNSGROVE
** DEMONSTRATION **
                                                 PENNSYLVANIA
                      MCGRATH, T,
RECOVERY STUDIES OF PESTICIDES IN SURFACE
AND DRINKING
                                               80429402
            CONT  77/06/28
                                                                                 524,946
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATES,  INC,
     PHILADELPHIA
                      FUNGAROLI/ A. A.         80392601    INCR  77/09/29
DEMONSTRATION OF A LEACHATE TREATMENT PLANT
                                                                                                                            $77,993
MATLACK,  INC,
     LANSDOWNE
PENNSYLVANIA STATE  DEPT  ENVRN RESOURCE
     HARRISBURG
PENNSYLVANIA, COMMONWEALTH  UF
     HARRISBURG
                      O'BRIEN,  JOHN E,
TRUCK WASHING TERMINAL WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL
                                               8U.S65601
                      BUCCIARELLI.  W,          80451102
DEMONSTRATE/EVALUATE RECLAMATION STABILISATION/
EROSION CONTROL STRIP MINED LAND AGRI USING SLUDt-E
                      BEARD/  VERNON M,
DEMONSTRATION OF CONNECTOR WELLS
                                               81M19101
            INCR  77/09/09
            CONT  77/09/24
            INCR  77/05/20
                     $54,000
                    4100,000
                     440,000
** TRAINING  **

AMERICAN  LAW  INST.
     PHILADELPHIA
PENNSYLVANIA  ENVIRONMENTAL  COUNCIL
     PHILADELPHIA
                      MACLAY, D,
SUPPORT OF PUBLIC INTEREST ENVRN, LAWYERS
FOR TRAINING IN ENVRN, LAW
                                               9U065601
                      WINSOR,  ELEANOR          9U069601
HAZARDOUS WASTE MGMT,  LEGISLATIVE-ADMINISTRATIVE
PUBLIC FORUM
            NEW   77/06/09
            NEW   77/09/29
                                                                                    000
PENNSYLVANIA STATE  DEPT  COMMUN  AFFAIRS
     HARRISBURG
                      KLAUS,  G,
SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT TRAINING
                                               90074201
            NEW   77/09/22
PENNSYLVANIA STATE  DEPT  ENVHN  RESOURCE
     HARRISBURG
                      GODDARD,  M.
STATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION
90072601
NEW   77/09/12
                                  *1/192
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE     97

-------
 APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                 PENNSYLVANIA
**  TRAINING **

PENNSYLVANIA  STATE  UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY PARK
                      ENGEL, ALFRED J.
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
                                               9U067801    NEW   77/08/02
                                 $30,000
PENNSYLVANIA STATE  UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY PARK
PITTSBURGH, UNIV, OF
     PITTSBURGH
                      COLE, C,
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT OF A BACHELOR OF
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN HATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
                                               90070401    NEW   77/06/15
                      CORN, M,
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
                                               9U067701    NEW   77/08/05
                                 $38,000
                                 $30,000
** FELLOWSHIPS **

DREXEL UNIV,
     PHILADELPHIA
                      RAHN, RONALD T.
M.S./ENVRN. PROTECTION SPEC.
91077301    INCR  77/04/11
  S374
DREXEL UNIV.
     PHILADELPHIA
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR.
                      SCOOTT, R, w.
                                               91103701    NEW   77/07/28
                                  SB,289
DREXEL UNIV,
     PHILADELPHIA
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                      MILLER, w.
91104101    NEW   77/07/28
82,584
DREXEL UNIV,
     PHILADELPHIA
                      CICIRETTI, N.
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR,
91104201    NEW   77/07/27
$8,289
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV,
     UNIVERSITY PARK
                      O'CONNOR, N,
M.S./PUBLIC ADMIN.-PART TIME
91102001    NEW   77/08/26
S2,072
PENNSYLVANIA, UNIV. OF
     PHILADELPHIA
M. S./REG. PLANNING
                      KIRKPATRICK, AMANDA S,   91107401    NEW   77/08/16
                                  »7,625
08-27-78
                                                        PAGE    98

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALIIT
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE UF   OATfc CJF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AMAKO
 ** RESEARCH  **
                                                 RHODE    ISLAND
RAYTHEON  COMPANY
     PORTSMOUTH
RHUDE  ISLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     KINGSTON
 RHODE  ISLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     KINGSTON
 RHODE  ISLAND,  UNIV.  OF
      KINGSTON
 RHODE  ISLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     KINGSTUN
                      CHAMBERLAIM, S,          8U&17001
DEVELOPMENT OF A DYNAMIC, TWO-LAYER MODEL
FOR STRATIFIED ESTUARIES

                      SIMPSON, K,              80381803
NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF MARINE LARVAL
AND JUVENILE FISH

                      KNAUSS, J.               80390203
A FACILITY FUR THE EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS
OF COASTAL MARINE

                      SIEBURTH, J.             80488602
DIFFUSION CHAMBER ARRAY FOR AQUATIC ENVIKONMEN1AL
EXPOSURE
                      BENDER, M. L.
CONTAMINENT FLUX FROM MARINE SEDIMENTS
& DREDGE SPOIL DESPOSITS
80512901
                                                                                           80512901
            INCN  77/07/19
            CONT  77/08/29
            CONT  77/06/27
            INCR  77/08/16
NEW   77/04/01
                                                           INCR  77/08/16
                      $47,195
                     £25,000
                    $980,000
                      $5,900
$60,718
                                  $7,500
RHODE  ISLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     KINGSTON
RHODE  ISLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     KINGSTON
RHODE  ISLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     KINGSTON
WIF. ISLAND,' iwrv; OF
     KINGSTON
                      NIXON,  S.                80SU6301
DEVELOP it APPLY LABORATORY MICROCOSMS FOR
PERTURBATION EXPERIMENTS OF COASTAL MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

                      QUINN,  J.                8U5«7701
CHEMICAL STUDIES DIRECTED TOWARD ECOLOGICAL
DAMAGE ASSESSMENT OF PETROLEM DISCHARGES IN MAKINE ENVRN

                      COHEN,  P.                8U5«8801
PHAGE RESISTANCE MEANS SEPARATING HUMAN
& ANIMAL E,  COLI STRAINS & DEFINING COLONIZATION POTENTIALS

                      SAILA,  SAUL 8.           81)421601
STANDARD PROGRAM FOR ENVRN, IMPACT ASSESSMENT
            NEW   77/09/19
            NEW   77/08/23
            NEW   77/08/04
            INCR  77/08/30
                     $64,990
                                 S42,185
                     S10,530
02-27-78
             PAGE
                                                                 99

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
SKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                 RHODE   ISLAND
 **  DEMONSTRATION  **

 RHODE  ISLAND*  STATE  OF
     PROVIDENCE
                                            SOLID WASTE DEMO GRANT
                      DR. JOSEPH E. CANNON     00110701    INCR  77/06/22
                                 $35,000
 ** FELLOWSHIPS  **

 RHODE  ISLAND* UNIV.  OF
     KINGSTON
                                            M.S./CHEMISTRY
                      CUCCOf JOHN A.
91052001    INCR  77/07/28
t1,565
RHODE  ISLAND, UNIV.  OF
     KINGSTON
                      DOLCE, THOMAS J.
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH SCIENCE
91092301    INCR  77/08/15
                                  SI,640
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    100

-------
 APPLICANT
      HUNICJPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE. UF
         AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GHANT AMAKO
                                               SOUTH   CAROLINA
** RESEARCH  **

BENEDICT  COLLEGE
     COLUMBIA
CHARLESTON,  COLLEGE  OF
     CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON,  COLLEGE  OF
      CHARLESTON
 CLEMSON  UNIV.
      CLEMSON
CLEMSON  UNIVERSITY
      CLEMSON
GREENWOOD  CQMM,  OF  PUBLIC  WORKS
      GREENWOOD
SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
                      KINARD, J
EVALUATION OF FLAMELESS & HYDRIDE GENERATION
ATOMIC ABSORPTION METHODS FOR ARSENIC & SELENI

                      CHAMBERLAIN, N.
FEED WEBS, POPULATIONS & PRODUCTIVITY IN
A SOUTHEAST COASTAL MARINE MARSH
                                               80523701
                                                                                           60468802
                                                                                           80546901
                      KOENIG, c,
INVESTIGATION OF ITS POTENTIAL AS A CANCER
RESEARCH AND CHEMICAL CARCINOGEN SCREENING ORGANISM

                      HAYS,  S,                 60471702
DEVELOPMENT  OF ALTERNATIVE CONTROL METHODS
TO MIREX AND CHLORDANE FOR THE IMPORTED FIRE ANT
                      KEINATH,  THOMAS M.
INVESTIGATION OF TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
FOR DYE MANUFACTURE WASTEWATERS
                                                                                           80500201
                                                                                           80488802
                      GRUBS,  C.E.
PROTECTION OF ASBESTOS-CEMENT PIPE FROM
CORROSION IN WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS BY WASTE TREATMENT
                                                                                           80471601
            NEW   77/09/02
                                                                                                       CONT  77/08/05
                                                           NEW   77/08/29
                                                                                                       CONT  77/08/15
                                                           INCR  77/07/29
                                                           CONT  77/09/15
                      BIDLEMAN,  TERRY F.
DEVELOP COLLECTION METHODS FOR AIRBORNE
PESTICIDES & POLYCHOLINATED BIPHENYLS USING SOLID ADSORBENTS
            INCK  77/09/15
                      HORNE, J. C.             80510101
COREHOLE SPACING MODELS DEFINING POTENTIAL
TOXIC ROCK BODIES

                      CARUCCIO, f.             80511601
PREDICTING ACID POLLUTION POTENTIAL FROM
COAL STRIP MINES
                                                                                                       NEW   77/06/28
                                                                                                       NEW    77/06/21
                                                                                 S«2,306
                                                                                                                            $50,000
                                                                                                                            $86,000
                                 $39,000
                                 $54,768
                                 $11,160
                     $44,922
                                4108,787
                                 $85,684
** DEMONSTRATION  **

LA FRANCE  INDUSTRIES
     LA FRANCE
                      HILL,  DUN
CLOSED CYCLE TEXTILE DYEING-FULL SCALE
DEMONSTRATION
80518201
NEW   77/08/il
                                $349,200
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE    101

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKAN7 NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
DATE OF
 AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                              SOUTH   CAROLINA
** DEMONSTRATION **

SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
     COLUMBIA
** TRAINING **

CLEMSON UNIV.
     CLEMSON
CLEMSON UNIV.
     CLEMSON
                      CARUCCIO, F,
DEMONSTRATION & EVALUATION OF SEDIMENT
& EROSION CONTROL TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO S.E, PIEDMONT
                                               80372402    CONT  77/04/08
                      RICH, LINVIL C.
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN WATER SUPPLY &
POLLUTION CONTROL

                      ALLEN, J.
STAFF GUIDE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT GRANT
                                               90014607    INCH  77/oe/29
                                                                                          90071401    NEW   77/09/14
                                 $60,991
                                 133,000
                                 $10,754
KY DEPT. FOR NATURAL RES & ENV PROT
     FRANKFORT
SC DEPT OF HEALTH AND ENVIR3NMENTAL CO
     COLUMBIA
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPT ENVRN CONTROL
     COLUMBIA
                      ROBERT D. BELL
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL, STATE & INTERSTATE
PROGRAM GRANT

                      JOHN E, JENKINS
LAB TRAINING TO HELP WWTP OPERATORS MEET
SELF-MONITORING REQUIREMENTS

                      LOCKHART, L.
WATER SUPPLY GRADUATE TRAINING
                                                                                          00424877    NEW   77/07/11
                                                                                          00424701    NEW    77/06/20
                                                                                          90072501    NEW    77/09/08
                                  $5,000
                                 $10,000
                                  $8,216
SOUTHERN EDUC. COMMUNICATIONS ASSOC.
     COLUMBIA
                      WALL, M.
CHEMICALS IN THE ENVRN.
                                                                                          90076701    NEW    77/09/30
                                $116,234
** FELLOWSHIPS **

CLEMSON UNIV..
     CLEMSON
                      RHODES, WALTON T,
M.S./ENVRN. SYSTEMS ENGR.-FULL TIME
91105201    NEW   77/08/16
              $1,300
                                                                                          91105201     INCH   77/09/12
                                                                                  $6,500
03-27-78
                                                        PAGE    102

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AWJUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AHARO
                                               SOUTH   CAROLINA
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

CLEMSON UNIV.
     CLEMSON
                                            M.S./EN6R.
                      CARPENTER. W, G,
                                               91111901    NEW   77/08/31
                                   tU,200
SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
                                            M.S./ENGR.
                      PEARSON, 0.
                                               91072401    INCR  77/09/08
                                                                                                                               S360
 SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
                      BETTERTON, ROBERT J.
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL-PART TIME
91105301    NEK   77/08/23
                                                                                                                               1826
 SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
                      BRANTLEY, WILLIAM P.
M.S./PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
91105101    NEW   77/07/28
                                                                                 Si,090
 SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
M.S./ENGR.-PART TIME
                      TERRY,  WILLIAM o.
91105601    NEW   77/08/16
                                                                                 Si,300
 SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
                      WILLIAMS, EARL M,         91105701    NEW   77/09/12
M.S./PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION/PART-TIME AGENCY
                                  SI,474
 SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
M. S./ENGR.
                      HARMON, BARNEY L.
91112101    NEW   77/08/16
  $810
SOUTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV.  OF
     COLUMBIA
M.S./PUBLIC ADMIN,
                      FABEL,  0.
91112201    NEW   77/08/29
41,195
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE    103

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE UF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                 SOUTH    DAKOTA
** RESEARCH **

SOUTH DAKOTA DEPT OF ENVIR PROT
     PIERRE
                      HAROLD LENHART, 3ECTAR   00811403    CUNT  77/09/30
NORTHERN PLAINS AIR QUALITY RESEARCH M
                                 £10,000
SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES & TECH
     RAPID CITY
SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIV.
     BROQKINGS
** DEMONSTRATION **

SOUTH DAKOTA DEPT. UF ENVIR. PROT.
     PIERRE
                      HARMS, L.
PREVENTING HALOFORM FORMATION IN DRINKING
WATER
                                               8U514901    NEW   77/04/22
                                 874,999
                      DORNBUSH, J.             6U380402    INCR  77/05/25
INFILTRATION LAND TREATMENT OF STABILIZATION
POND EFFLUENI
                      ROGER W. STEAD, CHIEF    OU817101    INCR  77/06/30
SOLID WASTE DEMONSTRATION PROJECT THROUGHOUT
STATE
                                 $32,000
** TRAINING **

SOUTH DAKOTA DEPT, OF ENVIR.
     PIERRE
                      ALLYN 0. LOCKNER, SECR   OUB19001    NEW   77/06/02
SOUTH DAKOTA WASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING
PROJECT.
                                 315,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    104

-------
 APPLICANT


      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHAN1 NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE UF
         AWARD
      UF

GRANT AWARD
                                                    TENNESSEE
** RESEARCH **


NASHVILLE THERMAL TRANSFER CORP.
     NASHVILLE
TENNESSEE STATE DEPT, OF
     NASHVILLE
TENNESSEE, UNIV. OF
     KNOXVILLE
VANDERBILT UNIV.
     NASHVIULE
** DEMONSTRATION  **

VELSICOL  CHEMICAL  CJHP.
     MEMPHIS
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

MEMPHIS  STATE UNIV.
      MEMPHIS
                      MCDERMOTT, BERNARD A.
8AGHQUSE STUDY AS AN EMISSION CONTROL ON
A SULID WASTE INCINERATOR/BUILER

                      SAIN,  HERMAN A.
DESIGN & PERFORMANCE OF HEAD-OF-HOLLOW
FILLS-A SURFACE MINING & RECLAMATION METHOD
                                               80423301
8U527201
                                               80560601
            INCR  77/08/02
NEW   77/08/01
                      MINEAR,  ROGER A.
DATABASE LOCATION & EVALUATION FDR HEAVY
METALS DISCHARGED INTO MUN ww  COLLECTIONS TREATMLNT SYSTEMS

                      NtAL,  R.                 80391403
METABOLISM & TOXIC EFFECTS OF  OITHIOCARBAMATE
FUNGICIDES IN THE RAT
            NEW   77/09/30
                      MARKS,  DANIEL R.
CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON PESTICIDE REMOVAL
FROM WASTEHATER
                      ROBINSON,  D,
8U315901
                                               91 111901
            CUNT  77/05/20
INCH  77/06/27
            NEW   77/09/lb
                                                                                S67,079
                                                                                                                            567,000
                                                                                                                            $48,813
                                                                                                                            $48,609
                                                                                $91,006
                                                                                 $1,407
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR.
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE    105

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO
TYPE Of
 GRANT
DATE UF
 AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                        TEXAS
** RESEARCH **

BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
     HOUSTON
BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
     HOUSTON
NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIV.
     DENTON
NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIV.
     DENTON
SOUTHWEST RES. INST.
     SAN ANTONIO
                      MELNICK, JOSEPH L,       eu273603
NEW&IMPROVED METHODS FOR QUANTITATIVE DETECTION
ENTERIC VIRUSES IN POT ABLE,RECLAIMED&NATURAL WATtRS

                      GERBA, C.                80529201
MOVEMENT & FATE OF VIRUSES & ORGANIC POLLUTANTS
IN GROUND WATER DURING LAND TREATMENT OF WASTEWAIEH

                      GLAZE, W.                80300703
IDENTIFICATION OF CHLORINATED ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
FORMED DURING WASTEWATER CHLORINATIQN

                      GLAZE, w,                80464002
OXIDATION OF WATER SUPPLY REFRACTORY SPECIES
BY OZONE WITH ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION

                      JOHNSON, DONALD E.       80555301
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING OF A WwT PLANT
            INCR  77/05/20
            NEW   77/06/21
            INCR  77/04/08
            CUNT  77/oa/io
            NEW   77/09/19
                       £90,000
                      $149,557
                       $54,168
                       $86,914
                       $59,664
SOUTHWEST RES. INST.
     SAN ANTONIO
TEXAS A&M RES FDN
     COLLEGE STATION
TEXAS A&M RES. FDN,
     COLLEGE STATION
                      SHULTZrD, W.
THE 1978 EPA/SHWRD HAZARDOUS WASTE MGMT,
SYMPOSIUM

                      LUNSFORD, JACK H.
STRUCTURE & REACTIVITY OF ADSORBED OXIDES
OF SULFUR

                      MCFARLAND, A. R,
COLLECTION AND ASSESSMENT OF SU6 MICRON
PARTICULATE MATTER
                                                                                          80554401
                                                                                          80113606
                                                                                          80419002
                                                                                          80419002
                                                           NEW   77/08/23
            INCR  77/04/21
            CONT  77/08/30
                                                           INCK  77/09/20
                                 $30,606
                       $10,000
                       $20,000
                                                                                                                            $10,000
TEXAS A&M RES. FDN.
     COLLEGE STATION
                      WOLF, HAROLD w,
PYROGENIC ACTIVITY OF CARBON-FILTERED WATERS
80442002
  CONT  77/06/27
                                 $58,999
02-E7-78
                                                        PAGE    106,

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT OIRtCTOH /
                      FELLOW
CHANT NO  TYPE. UF
           GRANT
        DATE UF
         AHARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT ANAKU
                                                        TEXAS
** RESEARCH **

TEXAS AIM RES, FDN.
     COLLEGE STATION
TEXAS A&M RES. FON.
     COLLEGE STATION
 TEXAS A&M  RES.  FUN.
     COLLEGE  STATION
                      SUMMERS, M,              80523201
DEVELOPMENT AND STANDARIZATION OF IDENTIFICATION
AND MONIURING TECHNIQUES FOR BACULOVIRUS PESTICIUES

                      BRIGHT, T.               80544101
EFFECTS UF DRILLING FLUIDS AND OIL IN CORALS
OCCUPYING HARD BANK COMMUNITIES

                      BROWN, K.                80547401
SOIL DISPOSAL OF API PIT WASTES
            NEW   77/05/23
                                                                                                       NEW   77/07/01
                                                                                                       NEW   77/09/12
                                                                                 $7
-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE OF
         AWARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AMARU
                                                        TEXAS
** RESEARCH **

TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     GALVESTON
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     SAN ANTONIO
TEXAS, UNIV. UF
     AUSTIN
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
** DEMONSTRATION **

GULF COAST WASTE DISPOSAL AUTH
     HOUSTON
** TRAINING **

NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIV.
     UENTQN
TEXAS A&M UNIV.
     COLLEGE STATION
                      LEGATOR, M,
COMBINE TESTING PROTOCOL FOR DETECTING
ENVRN, MUTAGENIC AGENTS

                      DOMEYf R. G,
DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS, STATISTICAL ANALYSES
& EVALUATION OF AQUATIC RESEARCH DATA
80462102    CONT  77/09/30
80500701
                      GROAT, CHARLES           80514701
TRACE & POTENTIALLY TOXIC ELEMENTS ASSOCIATED
WITH URANIUM DEPOSITS IN SOUTH TEXAS
                      GALLOWAY, W. E,
PREDICTING RESPONSE OF NATURAL SYSTEM TO
URANIUM EXTRACTION
                      DANIEL, WILLIAM «.
OPTIMIZATION OF OPERATION OF SYSTEM OF
SMALL TREATMENT PLANTS
                      SILVEY, J. K. G.
GRADUATE TRAINING IN THE MICROBIOLOGY OF
WATER & WASTEWATER
INCH  77/09/12
            NEW   77/05/10
80535701    NEW   77/08/30
80485001    INCR  77/04/14
90011504    INCR  77/08/30
                      HANN, ROY W,             90012904    INCR  77/09/14
TRAINING IN WWT & AQUATIC SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
                                                                               $115,000
   S45,675
                     860,000
                    $105,347
                     $45,780
                     $23,600
                                 $27,200
TEXAS A&M UNIV.
     COLLEGE STATION
                      HOLBERT, L. R.
STAFF GUIDE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT GRANT
90071601
NEW   77/09/15
   $19,500
TEXAS DEPT. OF HEALTH RESOURCES
     AUSTIN
                      FOSTER, c. K.            90074301
TRAINING GRANT WATER SUPPLY STATE AGENCY
            NEW   77/09/19
                      $5,200
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE   108

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GUAM! NO  TYPE UF   DATfc OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AnARO
                                                        TEXAS
** TRAINING  **

TEXAS ENVRN. COALITION
     AUSTIN
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
                      HIGGINS, 8.
UNDERGROUND INJECTION WELLS: PROGRAM
PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF PROBLEM & REMEDIES

                      MALINA, J.
TRAINING IN WATER SUPPLY AND POLLUTION
CONTROL

                      COOPER, H.
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
                                               90U73201    r:.W   77/09/14
90010708    INCR  77/09/08
                                                                                           90068001     NEW   77/07/28
                                  $23,000
$31,500
                                  $28,000
WILLIAM  MARSH  RICE  UNIV.
     HOUSTON
                      WARD, C. H.
WATER SUPPLY & POLLUTION CONTROL
                                               90017507    INCH  77/05/20       $170,663
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

HOUSTON,  UNIV.  OF
     HOUSTON
M.S./ENVRN. MGMT.
                      ANDERSON, RICHARD L.     91094901    INCH  77/06/13
                                  $1,163
HOUSTON,  UNIV.  OF
     HOUSTON
M, S./ENVRN, MGMT.
                      KELLEY, J,
911U0501    NEW   77/08/15
 $1,486
HOUSTON,  UNIV,  OF
     HOUSTON
M.S,/CHEMICAL ENGR.
                      KNAB, V,
                                               91106501    NEW   77/07/29
                                  $7,330
LAMAR UNIV.
     BEAUMONT
M.S./ENGR'.-FULL TIME
                      THOMAS, GARY C.
91106401    NEW   77/08X10
 $7,290
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
                      WAID, KENNETH R,
PH.D./ENVRN, HEALTH ENGR.
9104^901    INCH  77/06/09
   $731
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
M.S./CHEMICAL ENGR.
                      BILSKY, IRVIN L.
91070601    INCH  77/09/29
   $B38
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE    109

-------
APPLICANT


     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT Of-

           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                        TEXAS
** FELLOWSHIPS **


TEXAS, UNIV, OF
     AUSTIN
                      PENDELTON, D, R,
M.S./ENVRN, HEALTH ENGR.
91070901    INCR  77/06/09
                                                                                   $960
TEXAS, UNIV. OF

     AUSTIN
                      MAGEE, MICHAEL L.
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH ENGR.
9i07iooi    INCR  77/06/14
TEXAS, UNIV, OF
     AUSTIN
                      OURREN8ERGER, C. J.
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH ENGR.
91071101    INCH  77/06/09
$1,424
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
                      DATTNER, STUART L,
M. S./ENVRN, HEALTH ENGR.
91071201    INCR  77/06/09
$1,247
                                                                                           91071201     INCR   77/09/30
                                                                                   $104
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
                      CUNNINGHAM, JAMES fc,

M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH ENGR.
91071401    INCR  77/06/09
  $144
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
                      LEE, RICHARD P.
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH ENGR.
91071501    INCR  77/06/09
                                    $355
TEXAS, UNIV, OF
     AUSTIN
                      SCHRAUFNAGEL, P. K,
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH ENGR.
91071701    INCR  77/06/09
$1,306
TEXAS, UNIV, OF
     AUSTIN
M.S./ENGR,
                      LAMBETH, BRYAN W,
91079201    INCR  77/06/21
  $336
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
M.S,/CIVIL ENGR,
                      LAIRD, A. R,
91082901    INCR  77/05/20
  $270
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    110

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NU  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                        TEXAS
 **  FELLOWSHIPS  **

 TEXAS,  UNIV.  OF
      AUSTIN
                      SCHULTZ, ROBERT
M.S./ENVRN. HEALTH ENGR.
91107301    NEW   77/07/29
                                                                                  $2,911
 TEXAS,  JNIV,  OF
      ARLINGTON
                                            M.S./CIVIL
                      COLE,  P.
                                               91114801    :JEW   77/09/12
                                  $4,200
02-27-78
             PAGE    111

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                        UTAH
** RESEARCH **

UTAH STATE DIVISION OF HEALTH
     SALT LAKE CITY
                      LYMAN OLSEN, DIR, OF H   00813803    CONT  77/09/30       830,000
AIR QUALITY MONITORING ENERGY AREAS
UTAH STATE UNIV.
     LOGAN
** DEMONSTRATION **

UTAH STATE DIVISION OF HEALTH
     SALT LAKE CITY
                      DAVIS/ D,                80531901    NEW   77/06/27
MONITORING INSECT POPULATIONS IN UTAH ALFALFA
TO MODIFY CONTROL PRACTICES
                      LYMAN OLSEN, DIRECTOR  '  00616301    INCH  77/06/30
SOLID WASTE DEMONSTRATION PROJECT IMPROVEMENT
                                 $25,000
                                 $30,000
** TRAINING **

UTAH STATE DIVISION OF HEALTH
     SALT LAKE CITY
                      HANSEN, R.
WATER SUPPLY TRAINING GRANT
                                               90072001    NEW   77/09/09
                                  $5,200
UTAH STATE UNIV.
     LOGAN
                      JONES, NORMAN 8.         90006906    INCR  77/08/19
GRADUATE TRAINING PROGRAM IN RURAL & AGRICULTURAL
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
                                 $15,494
** FELLOWSHIPS **

UTAH STATE UNIV.
     LOGAN
M.S./CIVIL ENGR
                      THOMAS, w.
91063101    INCR  77/08/10
SI,400
UTAH STATE UNIV.
     LOGAN
M.S./ENGR,
                      GEORGE80N, MICHAEL 6,    91086501    INCR  77/08/15
                                  $1,400
UTAH STATE UNIV.
     LQGAN
M.S./ENVRN, ENGR.
                      ROBERTS, R. L,
91086801    INCR  77/09/U
$2,506
UTAH STATE UNIV.
     LOGAN
                      SPERLING, ROBERT A,
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR,-PART TIME
91090701    INCR  77/06/15
$1,400
02-Z7-78
                                                        PASE   113

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPt UF   DATt OF   AMOUNT Uf
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AnARD
                                                         UTAH
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

UTAH, UNIV. OF
     SALT LAKE  CITY
                      WATANABE/ ALYSIA
                                            M.  3./ENGR.  ADMIN.
                                               91081101     INCH   77/06/l«
                                   42,199
UTAH, UNIV. OF
     SALT  LAKE  CITY
B.S./ENVRN. SCIENCE
                      JORGENSEN, KAHEN J.      9109^a01    INCH   77/06/09
                                                                                                                              $3,014
02-87-78
                                                         PAGE    113

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR  /
                      FELLOW
GHANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                     VERMONT
** RESEARCH **

VERMONT, UNIV. OF
     BURLINGTON
** DEMONSTRATION **

CASTLETON, TOWN OF
     CASTLETON
VERMONT AGCY OF ENVRN CONSERV
     MONTPELIER
** TRAINING **

VERMONT STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
     BURLINGTON
VERMONT STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
     BURLINGTON
                      DETENBECK,  R.
FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR AN ASBESTOS AEROSOL
MONITOR
                      CLERKIN,  J.
LAKE BOMOSEEN WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
PROJECT

                      DR MARTIN L JOHNSON
SOLID WASTE DEMO & RESOURCE RECOVERY SYSTEM
GRANT
                      STONE/ KENNETH
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS OPERATOR TRAINING
PROGRAM

                      STONE* K.
TRAINING PROGRAM FOR EMPLOYEES OF STATE
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM AGENCIES
                                               8U456202     CUNT   77/06/16       $20,076
                                               eub24501     NEW   77/06/14       $7«,640
                                                                                          00111601    INCH  77/06/28       $35,000
                                               90070901    NEW   77/09/20       $20,000
                                                                                          90073401    NEW   77/09/08        55,200
02-Z7-78
                                                        PAGE   114

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GMANT NU  TYPE UF   DATE UF
           GRANT     AWARD
AMOUNT UF
 GRANT AHARD
                                                    VIRGINIA
** RESEARCH **

HAMPTON INST,
     HAMPTON
MITKE CORP.
     MCLEAN
MITRE CORP.
     MCLEAN
NORFOLK STATE COLLEGE
     NORFOLK
VIRGINIA  INST, UF MARINE SCIENCE
     GLOUCESTER PT.
VIRGINIA  INST, UF MARINE SCIENCE
     GLOUCESTER POINT
VIRGINIA  INST. UP  MARINE  SCIENCE
     GLOUCESTER  POINT
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC  INST.
     BLACKSBURG
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC  INST.
     BLACKSBURG
VIRGINIA UNIV. MEDICAL COLLEGE
     RICHMOND
                      HUNTER, CHARLES E.
MATRIX ISOLATION STUDIES INVOLVING THE
OXIDATION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE

                      KING JOHN A,
IDENTIFICATION OF TOXIC POLLUTANT DISCHARGES
FOR UNIT PROCESSES

                      ELLERBUSCH, F.
NEUTRALIZATION/PRECIPITATION MANUAL OF
PRACTICE
                                               80331603
                                                                                          80^62001
                                                                                          80562301
                                                                                          80376502
                      GEORGE, A,
PHOTON CORRELATION IN LASER DOPPLER SPECTROSCOPY
FOR THE IN SITU DETERMINATION OF PARTjCULATE SIZE I

                      8QESCH, DONALD f.        60412701
ASSESSMENT Of- APPLICATION OF MULTIVARIATE
ANALYSES IN ECOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF WATER POLLUTION
                      BOON, JOHN D.
DELINEATION UF COASTAL MARSH BOUNDARIES
- CENTRAL ATLANTIC
                                                                                          80494701
                      HUGGETT, ROBERT J,       80499301
THE ROLE OF SEDIMENTS IN THE STORAGE, MOVEMENT
& BIOLOGICAL UPTAKE

                      CAIRNS,  J,               80527401
VENTILATORY RESPONSES OF FISH  TO FLUCTUATING
APPLICATIONS OF TOXICANTS

                      DREW, S,                 80537301
CONTINUOUS BIOREACTOR FOR REGENERATION
OF ACTIVATED CARBON

                      DUMA, R,                 80b01402
STUDY OF PATHOGENIC FREE-LIVING AM£8AS
IN FRESH WATER LAKES IN VIRGINIA
            CONT  77/08/10
            NEW   77/09/20
            NEW   77/09/23
                                                           CONT  77/07/13
            INCR  77/09/27
                                                           INCR  77/06/24
            INCR  77/06/13
            NEW   77/06/17
            NEW   77/06/14
            CONT  77/09/20
                                                                                426,388
                                                                                                                            $70,000
   589,931
                                 $22,179
  $105,000
                                  $1,800
  $100,000
   $49,525
   $10,316
   $75,056
02-27-78
                                                         PAGE    115

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE Of   DATE OF   AMOUNT UP
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                    VIRGINIA
** RESEARCH **

VIRGINIA, COMMONWEALTH OF
     RICHMOND
VIRGINIA, UNIV. OF
     CHARLOTTESVILLE
                      BARTSCH, ERIC H.         80511301
DEVELOP INCINERATOR OPERATING CONDITIONS
NECESSARY FOR KEPONE CONTAMINATE SLUDGE DISPOSAL

                      HUDSON, J, L.            80522701
SULFUR DIOXIDE OXIDATION IN SCRUBBER SYSTEMS
            INCR  77/08/05
            NEW   77/04/22
 $50,000
 S7V,641
WILLIAM & MARY COLLEGE
     WILLIAMSBURG
** DEMONSTRATION **

RIVANNA WATER & SEWER & AUTH
     CHARLOTTESVILLE
                      TYREE, S. Y.             80499801
STANDARDS FOR & METHODS OF ANALYSIS OF
RAINWATER FOR ACIDITY
                      WILLIAMS, GEORGE w,      30494901
RIVANNA RESERVOIR RESTORATION PROJECT
                  77/09/12
            INCR  77/09/15
 $25,368
** TRAINING **

CITIZENS PROGRAM FOH CHESAPEAKE BAY
     8LACKBURG
URBAN ENVRN, STUDIES CENTER
     ARLINGTON
                      HA6ERMAN, G,             90074801
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION & TRAINING PROCESS
FOR WATER QUALITY PLANNING & MGMT.

                      GRAY, C,                 90076101
OUR URBAN ENVRN.s MOST ENDANGERED SPECIES
            NEW   77/09/26
            NEW   77/09/20
$248,156
  $7,500
VIRGINIA POLY. INST. & STATE UNIV.
     8LACKSBURG
                      KING, PAUL H.            900J3308    INCR  77/09/02
WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT & QUALITY CONTROL
                                 $18,500
VIRGINIA STATE AIR POLLUTION CONTR, BD
     FALLS CHURCH
VIRGINIA STATE DEPT OF HEALTH
     RICHMOND
                      ALEXANDER, JAMES T,      90075501
STAPPA 6TH MOTOR VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL
CONFERENCE
                      TAYLOR, R, B.            90073801
WATER SUPPLY STATE AGENCY TRAINING GRANT
            NEW   77/09/29
            NEW   77/09/14
  $4,408
  $5,200
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE   116

-------
 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPE UF   OATt OF    AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AMARD
                                                     V  I  H  G  I  N  I  A
 ** FELLOWSHIPS  **

 VIRGINIA  COMMONWEALTH  UNIV.
      RICHMOND
                      MACE, RHONDA G,
B. 3./COMPUTER SCIENCE
                                               91106201    NEW   77/08/15
                                                                                  $2,940
 VIRGINIA  COMMONWEALTH  UNIV.
      RICHMOND
                      FORTNER, LIMON E.
CERTIFICATION IN INFO. SYS,
                                               91107501    NEW   77/08/10
                                                                                                                             $2,170
 VIRGINIA  POLYTECHNIC  INST.&STATE  UNIV,
      8LACKSBURG
                      JACKSON, PATRICIA A.
M.S./ENVRN. SCIENCE & ENGR.
                                                                                           91115501     NEW    77/09/23
                                                                                  12,678
 VIRGINIA,  UNIV.  OF
      CHARUOTTESVILLE
M, 3, /CHEM, ENGR,
                      NURMI, D,
                                               91099501    NEW   77/08/10
                                                                                                                             S7,968
02-27-78
             PAGE   117

-------
APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
                                                                                                              DATE OF
                                                                                                               AWARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                  WASHINGTON
** RESEARCH **

SEATTLE, CITY OF
     SEATTLE
SEATTLE,  MUN,  OF METRO,
     SEATTLE
SEATTLE, MUN, OF METRO,
     SEATTLE
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
     PULLMAN
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
     PULLMAN
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
     PULLMAN
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
     PULLMAN
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
     PULLMAN
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
     PULLMAN
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
     SEATTLE
                      KIRMEYER, G,             00442202
SEATTLE TOLT WATER SUPPLY MIXED ASBESTOSFORMS
REMOVAL STUDY

                      VARNI, M,                60558401
FERTILIZER EVALUATION OF DEWATERED SOLVENT
DRIED MUN, SLUDGE

                      VARNI, M.                8U560201
FATE & EFFECTS OF SEDIMENTS FROM COMBINE
SEWER & STORM DRAIN OVERFLOWS IN SEATTLE NEAR SHURE WATER

                      CRONN, D,                80403303
MEASUREMENT OF TROPOSPHERIC HALOCARBONS
BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS SPECTROMETRY

                      ROBINSON, E.             80514201
SYNOPTIC METEOROLOGY & AIR QUALITY PATTERNS
IN THE ST. LOUIS RAPS PROGRAM

                      ROBINSON, E,             6053<(201
EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF "DRY DEPOSITION"
RATES

                      WESTBERG, H,             8053*1301
RURAL OXIDANT STUDIES & THE ROLE OF NOX
IN RURAL OXIDANT FORMATION

                      WESTBERG, H.             80537601
AMBIENT HYDROCARBON AND OZONE MEASUREMENTS
NEAR A REFINERY

                      KJNG, L,                 80552701
ON FARM IMPROVEMENTS TO REDUCE SEDIMENT
AND NUTRIENTS IN IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW

                      WAGGONER, ALAN P.        60066511
OPTICAL EFFECTS OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL
            CONT  77/05/12
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/12
            NEW   77/09/23
            CONT  77/04/14
                                                                                                       NEW    77/04/22
                                                                                                       NEW    77/06/21
                                                                                                       NEW    77/05/20
                                                                                                       NEW    77/08/05
            NEW    77/09/09
                                                                                                       CONT   77/08/25
                                                                                                                           *66,eei
                                 $92,930
                                                                                                                          $130,000
                                                                                                                           470,000
                                 $15,442
                                  $40,000
                                 $104,908
                                  $78,961
                                                                                                                           $287,703
                                  $35,000
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    118

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE UF   DATE OF   AMOUNT QF
           GRANT     AHARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                   WASHINGTON
** RESEARCH **
                                                                                          80066514     INCR   77/09/12
                                                                                $69,913
WASHINGTON, UNIV. UP
      SEATTLE
                      WELCH,  EUGENE B,         80458801    INCH  77/06/24
REHABILITATION EFFECTS IN LONG LAKE,  WASHINGTON
                                                                                                                            $68,500
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
      SEATTLE
 WASHINGTON,  UNIV.  OF
      SEATTLE
                      BALDWIN,  0,  R.
INDENTIFICATION AND PREVALENCE  OF  YERSINIA
ENTEROCOLIUCA IN WASH. STATE WATER SUPPLIES

                      LEE,  J.
EXAMINATION OF MORTALITY DATA FROM SKIN
TUMORS IN THE U, S.
                                                                                          8U531301    NEW   77/05/20
60536301    NEH   77/06/03
                                                                                          80536301    INCR  77/09/10
                                                                                S41,504
 911,567
                                                                                 46,679
 WASHINGTON,  UNIV.
      SEATTLE
 WASHINGTON,  UNIV.  OF
     SEATTLE
WASHINGTON,  UNIV.  OF
      SEATTLE
                      FRANK,  R.                 8U537801
INTERACTIONS OF ACID SULFATES &  THE RESPIRATORY
SYSTEM
            NEW   77/08/29
                      FARMER,  DONALD S.
ENDOCRINOLOGIC AND REPRODUCTIVE  STATES
OF BIRD POPULATIONS UNDER ENVRN. STRESS
                      WELCH,  E.
RESTORATION OF MQSES LAKE BY  DILUTION
805409Q1    NEW   77/07/08
                                                                                          80543001    NEW   77/07/25
£204,900
 S29,031
                                4110,000
** DEMONSTRATION  **

BOEING COMMERCIAL  AIRPLANE  CD,
     SEATTLE
                      TERHUNE,  C.
SULFIDE PRECIPITATION OF HEAVY  METALS
80541301    NEW   77/06/29
 193,458
MEDICAL LAKE,  TOWN  OF
     MEDICAL LAKE
                      GILBRETH,  F.
RESTORATION ANALYSIS & REHABILITATION OF
MEDICAL LAKE
80472801    INCH  77/05/12
 $50,569
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    119

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT  DIRECTOR  /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
TITLE
                                                  WASHINGTON
** DEMONSTRATION **

PACIFIC WOOD TREATING CORP,
     RIDGEFIELD
                      SHUM,  A.
WOOD TREATING WASTE RECYCLE  SYSTEM
                                               80517901     NEW    77/06/17
                                 S50,000
** TRAINING **

GREEN RIVER COMMUN. COLLEGE
     AUBURN
                      DELVECCHIO,  F.
STAFF GUIDE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT GRANT
                                               90071301     NEW   77/09/15
                                 $14,200
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
     SEATTLE
                      SYLVESTER,  ROBERT 0.
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN WATER SUPPLY &
POLLUTION CONTROL
                                                                                          90031305    INCR  77/09/09
                                                                                $25,900
** FELLOWSHIPS **

SEATTLE UNIV.
     SEATTLE
M.S./PUBLIC SERVICE
                      HARLAN, S. F,
                                               91111701    NEW   77/08/29
                                   $4,200
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
     PULLMAN
M. S./ENVRN, ENGR.
                                                                 NEIL, PAUL E.
                                                                                          91105501    NEW    77/08/10
                                                                                 S9,676
02-37-78
                                                         PAGE    120

-------
 APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NU  TYPE OF   OATt OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                               WEST   VIRGINIA
** RESEARCH *»

WEST VIRGINIA UNIv.
     MQHGANTOWN
WEST VIRGINIA UNIV.
     MORGANTOWN
                      ELI,  R.                   eubM201    NEW   77/06/17
CALIBRATION UF 90 - NOTCH WEIRS USING PAKAMETEKS
OTHER THAN WEIR HEAD
                      CARDI,  V.
OHIO RIVER BASIN ENERGY STUDYl PHASE II
                                               60^58501    NEW   77/09/22
                                 $22,328
                                                                                                                           £60,000
** FELLOWSHIPS **

WEST VIRGINIA COLLEGE GRAD, STUDIES
     INSTITUTE
M.S./ENVRN. ENGR.
                      EVANS,  R,
91073301    INCR  77/09/08
                                                                                 Sl,b27
 WEST  VIRGINIA COLLEGE GRADUATE STUDIES
      INSTITUTE
M.S./ENVRN. STUDIES
                      EDWARDS,  H,
                                               91070701     INCR  77/09/12
                                  Jl,293
02-27-76
                                                        PAGE

-------
APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                   WISCONSIN
** RESEARCH **

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
     MADISON
                      THOMAS A KROEHN ADMINI   00533201    NEW   77/09/30       120,000
WI STATE PROGRAM FOR     WATER POL CONTROL
INSTITUTE OF PAPER CHEMISTRY
     APPLETON
INSTITUTE OF PAPER CHEMISTRY
     APPLETON
                      WILLEY, AVERILL J.
ANALYSIS OF ACUTELY TUXIC COMPOUNDS IN
PULP & PAPER DISCHARGE
80352501
                      DUGAL, H.                80550201
COLOR REMOVAL FROM NSSC EFFLUENTS BY ULTRAFILTRAUON
INCH  77/05/02
            NEW   77/08/29
424,150
                     £25,000
KENOSHA, CITY OF
     KENOSHA
WISCONSIN DNR
     MADISON
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
     MADISON
                      NELSON, 0, F .            60488901
FULL & PILOT SCALE EVALUATION & OPTIMIZATION
OF THE ANAEROBIC SLUDGE DIGESTION PROCESS

                      JOHN KONRAD SUPV,        OU514201
MENOMONEE RIVER WATERSHED STUDY OF  MAJOR
& TRACE CONSTITUENTS

                      BOUSH, G.                80106013
MECHANISMS OF PESTICIDE DEGRADATION
                                                                                                      NEW   77/09/08
                                                                                                       INCR   77/06/17
                                                                                                      CONT   77/0«/01
                                $129,261
                                 $66,869
                                 $51,808
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
     MADISON
                      LOUCKS, ORIE
IMPACT OF COAL FIRED POWER PLANTS ON THE
ENVRN,
                                                                                          80397103
                                                                                          80597103
            CONT  77/08/15
                                                           INCR  77/09/14
                    $620,991
                                $145,000
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
     MADISON
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
     MADISON
                      GERLOFF, G.              60440202    CONT  77/04/22
NUTRITIONAL ECOLOGY OF GREAT LAKES CLAOOPHORA
SP,
                      HAM, ROBERT K„
DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARD LEACHING TEST
60477301    INCR  77/06/10
                                 $37,456
                     £39,484
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE   122

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPt OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
** RESEARCH **

WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
     SUPERIOR
                                                    WISCONSIN
                      8AHNICK, DONALD A.
DEVELOPMENT OF BIOASSAY PROCEDURES FOR
DEFINING POLLUTION OF HARBOR SEDIMENTS
80491801    INCH  77/04/28        S65,000
                                                                                           60491801     INCR   77/09/21         $4,940
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
     MADISON
WISCONSIN,  UNIV.  OF
     MADISUN
**  TRAINING  **

MAROUETTE  UNIV.
     MILWAUKEE
WISCONSIN  STATE  DEPF  NATURAL  RESOURCES
      MADISON
                      ARMSTRONG, D.
PHOSPHORUS INTERNAL LOADING IN SHAGAWA
LAKE

                      BOYLE* W.
DESIGN & MANAGEMENT OF SUBSURFACE SOIL
ABSORPTION SYSTEMS
00t>28101    NEW   77/06/03      J100,000
                      BAUMEISTER*  ROBERT
COMMUNICATION & TRAINING FOR HATER SUPPLY
805<>3101    NEW   77/09/20
                      KIPP,  RAYMOND J.          90001409
TRAINING IN WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL I ENVRN,
ENGR.
            INCR  77/09/14
90075001    NEW   77/09/29
$180,651
 $21,500
  $4,166
WISCONSIN,  UNIV.  OF
     MADISON
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

WISCONSIN,  UNIV. OF
     MADISON
                      POLKQWSKI, LAWRENCE
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN ANALYSIS & DESIGN
OF WATER SUPPLY & POLLUTION CONTROL SYSTEMS
M. S./MECH. ENGR.
                      ESTRADA,  EMILIA Y.
90016605    INCR  77/09/27
91079601    INCR  77/06/09
 *30,104
  *3,190
WISCONSIN, UNIV.  UK
     MADISON
                      PERSSON,  L,
M.S./WATER RESOURCES MGMT.-PART TIME
91087601    INCR  77/08/02
  52,050
02-27-78
                                                        PAGE    123

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GKANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT  UF
           GRANT     AWARD     GKANT  AWARD
                                                    WISCONSIN
 ** FELLONSHIPS **

 WISCONSIN,  UNIV.  OF
      MADISON
                      LEWIS,  J.
M.S./WATER RESOURCES-PART TIME
910S9601    JNCS  77/08/02
                                                                                 SI,050
 WISCONSIN,  UNIV.  OF
      MADISON
                                            SANITARY  ENGR.
                      THORSEN,  JOHN  W,
91112601    NEW   77/08/16
S2,200
02-27-78
            PAGE    12«

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               GKANT N(J
          TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE OF
         AWARD
AMOUNT (Jf
 GRANT AMAHD
                                                      WYOMING
** RESEARCH **
WYOMING DEPT OF  ENVIR  QUAL.
     CHEYENNE
WYOMING, UNIV. OF
     LARAMIE
                      ROBERT SUNDIN, DIRECTO   OU8U303
THIS PROJECT WILL RESULT IN COLLECTION
           OF AMBIENT AIR BASE LINE DATA IN ENtRGY.
                      RECHARD,  P. A,
THE IMPORTANCE & FUNCTIONS OF ALLUVIAL
VALLEY FLOORS
80M8501
            CUNT  77/09/30
NEW   77/06/17
                     $43,000
  $109,970
02-27-78
                                                        PACE

-------
 APPLICANT                                                         PROJECT  DIRECTOR  /        GKANT  NO   TYPE  OF    DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                                  FELLOE                               GRANT      AWARD     GRANT AWARD
      MUNICIPALITY                           TITLE


                                                         GUAM


 **  TRAINING **

 GUAM,  P.U.A, OF                                                   J.  c, FEJERAN             OU9U101     NtW   77/09/16       $15,000
      AGANA                                  OFF  ISLAND  TRAINING FOR  STP OPERATORS
OZ-27-78                                                PAGE    126

-------
 APPLICANT
     MUNICIPAL!TY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GNANT NU  TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE OF
         ANARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
** RESEARCH **

B, C. RESEARCH
     VANCOUVER
CHASLfcS HOWARD I ASSOC.f LTD,
     WINNIPEG
DORSCH CONSULT LIMITED
     TORONTO
TORONTO, UNIV. OF
     TORONTO
                                           FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
                                                  CANADA
                      LEACH, J, M,
DEVELOPMENT OF CHEMICAL TOXICITY ASSAY
FUR PULF MILL EFFLUENTS

                      HOWARD, C. 0,
STORM & COMBINED SEWER STORAGE TREATMENT
THEORY COMPARED TO COMPUTER SIMULATION

                      GEIGER, W. F.
QUANTITY QUALITY SIMULATION - A DETAILED
SIMULATION FOR URBAN RUNOFF CONTROL
                                               80497701
8U510901
80510001
                      MACKAY, D,               8U5lb001
STUDY OF THE MECHANISM AND RATES OF VOLATILISATION
OF CONTAMINANTS FROM WATER BODIES
            INCR  77/04/21
NEW   77/09/14
NEW   77/07/29
            NEW   77/07/26
                                                                                S61,200
    S6,000
   S16,bOO
                                 $60,000
                                                        PAGE   127

-------
 APPLICANT                                                        PROJECT DIRECTOR /       GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT  UF
                                                                 FELLOW                              GRANT     AWARD     GRANT  AWARD
      MUNICIPALITY                          TITLE


                                           FUREIGN   COUNTRIES
                                                  FRANCE

 **  RESEARCH **

 SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE PROBLEMS ENVRN.                             MALONE, THOMAS F,        eos/isoi    INCR  77/06/28        »85>e06
      PARIS                                 EVALUATION OF EXISTING GROUND-WATER BASIN
                                           MANAGEMENT MODELS
02-27-78                                                PAGE   128

-------
 APPLICANT
     MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
GKANT NO  TrPt OF   UATt OF   AMOUNT UF
           GRANT     AWAKU     GKANT AWA.KO
                                            TITLE
** RESEARCH **

INSTITUT FUR AEROBIJLOG1E
     SCHMALLENBERG
                                           FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
                                                  GERMANY
                      STOBER, w,
DESIGN & PERFORMANCE Of AEROSOL MASS DISTRIBUTION
MONITOR
                                                        PAGE   129

-------
APPLICANT                                                        PROJECT DIRECTOR /       GWANT NU   fYPE UF    DATE  UF    AMOUNT  UF
                                                                 FELLOW                              GRANT      AWARD      GRANT  AWARD
     MUNICIPALITY                           TITLE


                                            FOREIGN    COUNTRIES
                                                   ISRAEL

** RESEARCH **

HEBREW UNIV.                                                     SHUVAL, M, I.            6U3bl003    CONT   77/OS/26        $60,000
     JERUSALEM                              DEVELOPMENT UF  METHODS FOR THE DETECTION
                                            &  INACTIVATION  OF  VIRUSES IN VARIOUS WATERS

HEBREW UNIV,                                                     SHUVALr H,               8UM7401    NEW    77/07/26        $73,560
     JERUSALEM                              EPIDEMIOLOGICAL  STUDY OF DISEASE ASSOCIATED
                                            WITH WASTEWATER  SPRINKLER IRRIGATION
02-27-78                                                PAGE    130

-------
 APPLICANT
      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GHAN1  NO  TYPE UF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
** RESEARCH  **

INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL  RESEAKCH
      ZAGREB
                                            FOREIGN    COUNTRIES
                                                   YUGOSLAVIA
                      REINER,  E.
TOXICOLOGY OF PESTICIDES
80453902    CUNT  77/06/20
                                                                                S2S,000
02-27-78
             PAGE    131

-------
SECTION II

-------
                                                                                              P»GE
NUMBER
«00397-050
800665-130
600665-131
600916-051
600938-01 1
601060-130
801 136-062
801301-054
802037-026
602160-043
602411-024
802472-034
802511-033
802736-033
802759-035
802759-034
802914-034
802914-033
803007-033
803078-034
803079-040
803090-040
803115-032
603157-015
803159-014
803191-014
80321S-01S
6o32«2-03l
803291-040
803510-030
803516-030
803524-022
803525-016
803560-030
803561-030
603566-030
803566-031
803592-021
803593-030
8o3602-030
803603-022
80361 1-012
803612-020
603631-021
803634-020
8Q3637-020
603645-030
803650-020
803651-022
803656-014
803660-030
803680-030
STATE
PA
*A
MA
NC
NY
*I
TX
MN
MA
CA
FL
NC
PA
TX
NC
NC
MN
MN
TX
IL
MT
OR
MO
IL
TN
PA
OK
MA
MI
FC
VA
ID
wl
PA
DC
MT
MT
FC
PA
MN
CA
MN
LA
MA
NY
MD
CO
LA
PA
PA
TX
NY
PROGRAM

RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
BROOKLYN POLYTECHNIC INST.
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
TEXAS A&M RES FDN
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INST.
CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH.
FLORIDA, UNIV.  OF
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
DREXEL UNIVERSITY
BAYLOR COLLEGE  OF MEDICINE
NORTH CAROLINA  STATE UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA  STATE UNIV.
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIV.
in RESEARCH INST.
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
OREGON STATE UNIV.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOC.
VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORP.
PENNSYLVANIA, COMMONWEALTH OF
OKLAHOMA STATE  DEPT. OF HEALTH
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
HEBREW UNIV.
HAMPTON INST.
IDAHO, UNIV. OF
INSTITUTE OF PAPER CHEMISTRY
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
HOWARD UNIV.
NORTHERN CHEYENNE TRIBAL COUNCIL
NORTHERN CHEYENNE TRIBAL COUNCIL
INSTITUT FUR AEROBIOLOGIE
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING&MATERIALS
ST. PAUL METRO. WASTE CONTROL COMM
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH INST. OF MI.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV.
HARVARD UNIV.
CORNELL UNIV.
CHARLES CNTY. COMMUN. COLLEGE
COL'iRADU, UNIV. OF
SOUTHERN UNIV.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
MATLACK, INC.
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
MANHATTAN COLLEGE

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
GRANT
NUMBER
803691-030
803692-030
803712-030
803713-013
803722-014
803724-020
803727-030
803738-030
803754-021
803735-013
803762-021
803764-030
803765-020
803785-030
803768-030
803799-022
803804-021
803805-022
803814-022
803818-030
803827-021
803828-013
803833-030
803835-030
803838-032
803844-030
803846-031
803846-030
803851-031
803851-030
803856-020
803868-030
803871-012
803873-012
803887-022
803887-021
803893-021
803893-030
803893-031
803896-020
803896-021
803902-030
803903-021
803910-012
803913-030
803914-030
8o3922-030
803926-012
803931-020
803932-030
8039«5-030

STATE
NY
FL
MA
FC
CA
SC
NT
MA
Ml
OK
NJ
NC
VA
MI
CO
CA
sr>
IL
TX
RI
NJ
ME
MA
AL
NC
TX
CA
CA
MN
MN
NC
OH
CO
CA
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
MCI
MO
RI
IA
CO
CA
TN
AK
PA
CO
MN
AK
OR
PROGRAM

RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

CORNELL UNIV.
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV. OF
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE PROBLEMS ENVHN.
HYDROCOMP, INC.
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
MONTANA STATE UNlV.
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
OKLAHOMA ST.  UNIV.
RUTGERS UNIV./COOK COLLEGE
SAINT AUGUSTINE COLLEGE
NORFOLK STATE COLLEGE
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
COLORADO STATE UNTV.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
SOUTH DAKOTA  STATE UNIV.
IIT RESEARCH  INST.
TEXAS, UNIV.  OF
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
PRINCETON UNIV.
BANGOR, CITY  OF
BOSTON UNIV.
AljBljRN IJNIV,
DUKE UNIV.
TEXAS, UNIV.  OF
STANFORD RESEARCH INST.
STANFORD RESEARCH INST.
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
DUKE UNIV.
OHIO STATE UNIV.
COLORADO, UNIV. OF
ORANGE CNTY WATER DTST.
FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
MIAMI, UNIV.  OF
MIAMI, UNIV.  OF
MI AM I,-UNIV.  OF
WASHINGTON UNIV.
WASHINGTON UNIV.
RHODE ISLAND, UNlV. OF
AMES, CITY OF
DENVER METRO  SEWAGE DISPOSAL DIST #1
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
VANDERBILT UNlV.
ALASKA, UNIV. OF
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATES, INC.
BOULDER, CITY OF
MINNESOTA, UNIV. nr
ALASKA, UNIV. OF
OREGON STATE UNIV.

-------
                                                                                                                          PAGE
GRANT
              STATE
803950-022
803950-030
803952-031
803952-030
803953-021
803953-020
803965-030
803971-030
803971-031
803978-013
803988-012
803997-012
8Q1008-023
801033-030
80H23-030
801127-0)1
801150-012
80H62-012
80H6«-020
801171-020
801190-021
80H90-020
801201-020
8Q1202-021
80120U-020
801205-020
801215-011
801215-013
801216-011
8Q1232-012
80123 3- 014
801256-020
501291-020
801303-013
801307-020
801316-020
801329-01 1
801329-01 3
801319-020
801360-Ojy
80u36t-020
801366-020
801367-015
801369-020
801375-020
8oi376-oi2
801381-020
801385-012
801391-020
801395-020
801102-020
801116-020
CO
cn
MN
MN
GA
GA
IN
wi
wi
NJ
AZ
FL
OH
WA
MA
VA
DC
Cn
OH
HI
TX
TX
OH
OH
GA
CA
CA
CA
RI
MI
TN
OH
PA
CO
MD
NC
NC
NC
NY
DC
MN
CA
DC
MI
FL
FL
NC
DC
NJ
Mf)
WI
GA
                            PROGRAM

                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            DEMONSTRATION
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            DEMnNSTRATlDN
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            DE.MDNSTRATION
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
APPLICANT

COLORADO STATE UNIV.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
MINMESOTA, UNIV. OP
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
GEORGIA INST. OF TECH.
GEORGIA INST. OF TECH.
PURDUE UNIV.
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
FLORIDA, UNIVERSITY OF
8ATTELLE MEMORIAL INST.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
VIRGINIA INST, OF MARINE SCIENCE
NATIONAL CENTER FDR RESOURCE RECOVERY
COLORADO SCH nF MINES RES. INST.
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL RESEARCH FDN.
FORD MOTOR CO.
TEXAS A&M RES. FDN.
TEXAS ARM RES. FDN.
OHIO STATE UNIV.
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
ATLANTA UNIV. CENTER
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY OF
ROHOE ISLAND
INGHAM CNTY. BD. OF COMM.
NASMVILLE THERMAL TRANSFER CORP.
AKRON UNIV. OF
SUSOUEHANNA UNIV.
RES'lURCES AOMIN. AND DEVELOPMENT
JflHH HOPKINS UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
AMERICAN TEXTILE MANUFACTURING INST.
AMERICA^ TEXTILE MANUFACTURING INST.
AGWAY INC.
INTERNATIONAL CITY MGMJ ASSISTANT
MINNESOTA, UNIV. f)F
CALIFORNIA, IJNIV. OF
INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERERS
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
FLORIDA STATE OFFICE OF HEALTH
FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA. UNIV. OF
PUBLIC TECH. INC.
RUTGERS STATE UNlv.
WASHINGTON UNIV.
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
GEORGIA INST. OF TECH.

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
GRANT
NUMBER
801120-020
801422-020
801424-012
804427-020
804429-01 1
804429-020
80H30-020
804431-020
8Q4433-01 1
8040UO-020
804442-012
804442-020
804443-012
804444-020
804450-013
804456-020
80H63-01 1
801170-01 1
801174-01 1
80H77-020
8oi1°9-020
804503-012
804505-010
801509-020
801511-020
804512-020
804512-030
801513-020
804516-020
801519-020
804521-012
801527-012
801530-020
801531-020
801533-012
801533-020
804536-014
804539-020
804511-012
804546-020
801517-020
801549-020
804562-020
801563-020
804568-020
804570-020
804571-013
804573-014
804573-020
60US77-020
8OU587-O2O
eo"SPiP-oi2

STATE
TX
WA
MI
OP
AR
AR
NC
CA
cn
GA
MI
MI
IN
MO
CA
OR
NY
GA
TX
GA
GA
MI
Cn
NY
PA
MM
AK
NY
CA
FL
FL
MS
FL
AL
IA
IA
DC
FC
FL
CA
IN
TX
VT
NY
KY
FL
LA
NY
NY
NC
ME
MA
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
PE SEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
 DEMONSTRATION
 RESEARCH
 DEMONSTRATION
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

TEXAS ARM RES. FDN.
SEATTLE, CITY OF
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
OREGON STATE UNIV.
ARKANSAS, UNIV. OF
ARKANSAS, UNIV. OF
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
STANFORD UNIV.
AMERICAN WATER KORKS ASSDC. "ESi
ATLANTA UNIV.
CRANBPOOK INST. OF SCIENCE
CRANBROOK INST. OF SCIENCE
PURDUE RESEARCH FON.
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
TETRA TECH. INC.
OREGON STATE UNIV.
INTERSTATE SAN. COMM.
CLARK COLLEGE
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
GEORGIA STATE UNlV.
FORT VALLEY STATE COLLEGE
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
STERLING COLORADO BEEF co.
CORNELL UNIV.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE DEPT ENVRN RESOURCE
MINNESOTA, UNIV. of
ALASKA, UNIV. OF
BOYCE THOMPSON INST,
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
OHIO STATE UNIV. RES. FDN.
OADE CNTY. OEPT PUBLIC HEALTH
SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI, UNIV. OF
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
AUBURN  UNIV.
IOWA STATE UNIV.
IOWA STATE UNIV
SMITHSONIAN  INST.
INSTITUTE FOR  MEDICAL RESEARCH
WEST FLORIDA,  UNIv. OF
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV. OF
PURDUE  UNIV.
TEXAS,  UNIV. OF
VERMONT, UNIV. OF
MANHATTAN COLLEGE
KENTUCKY, UNIV. OF
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
EAST JEFFERSON WATERWORKS  DIST  #1
NEW  YORK STATE UNIV RES. FON
NEW  YORK STATE UNIV.
NORTH  CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
MAINE,  UNIV.  OF
WASHINGTON,  UNIV.  OF

-------
GRANT
NUMBER
eoo59s-oi3
800595-020
80«5«6-020
800600-020
800606-020
801607-012
800608-020
800609-020
80061 1-020
800612-012
80«612-020
800613-020
800615-020
800620-020
900621-01 1
800621-020
800622-020
800625-01 1
800628-010
800631-020
800633-020
800635-020
800639-020
8006«0-020
800602-014
800650-020
800652-01 1
800661-01 1
800673-020
800679-020
8006B1-020
8006*3-020
8006*1-01 3
800680-012
8006*6-020
8006«H-020
800689-01 3
800689-020
800692-012
800692-01 1
800700-0?0
8oU7o8-01 0
800709-020
800716-012
800717-020
800719-01 1
800728-0! 1
800731-011
800733-010
80a73fl-020
800736-012
800705-010

ST
MT
MT
MO
MN
CA
MI
NC
NY
FL
nn
OH
UK
OH
CA
TX
TX
OR
FL
MA
flH
FL
NC
DC
Tx
CA
NC
MI
cn
en
»z
CA
PA
IL
IL
MI
SC
NY
NY
CA
CA
MA
MI
CA
sc
SC
CO
WA
IL
OH
NY
MN
ME
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESFARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DE.MMWSTRATIUN
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

MONTANA COLLEGE OF MINERAL SCIENCE
MONTANA TECH. ALUMNI. FDN.
JOHNS HOPKIMS UN!V.
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
LOMA LINDA UNIV.
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OP
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
SYRACUSE RES. FDN.
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
OHin STATE UNIV. RES FDN
OHIO STATE UNIV.
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
OHIO RIVER VALLEY WATER SAN. COM*.
CHINO BASIN MUN. WATER DIST.
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
OREGON STATE UNIV.
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
LOWELL, UNIV. OF
OH If) AGRI. RES. & DEVELOPMENT CENTER
FLORIDA UNIV. OF
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. or
AMERICAN PETROLEUM INST.
NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIV.
STANFORD RESEARCH INST.
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
CHARLESTON, COLLEGE OF
HEALTH RES INC/NY STATE DEPT OF HEALTH
NEW YORK STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
CALIFORNIA STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
CALIFORNIA STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
HARVARD COLLEGE
EAST GRAND RAPIDS, CITY OF
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA METRO. WATER DlST.
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
CLEMSON UNIV.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
MEDICAL LAKE, TOWN OF
ATLANTIC RICHFIELD co.
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
SYRACUSE UNIV.
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MAINE STATE DEPT. OF MARINE RESOURCES

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
GRANT
NUMBER
801749-011
804750-020
804763-013
804773-012
804776-020
801778-020
801780-020
80«820"020
800627-012
801817-020
804818-012
801850-012
801860-013
801865-020
80«668-020
801882-012
801886-021
801888-020
801889-010
801891-010
80189/1-010
80/1896-010
801898-020
801903-020
801906-010
801908-010
801910-010
801917-020
801918-012
800918-011
801921-020
801922-012
801932-020
801910-020
801913-020
801917-011
801918-010
801919-011
801953-020
801955-020
801974-010
804975-010
801976-020
804977-011
801978-020
801979-011
804979-020
804990-013
904993-01 1
8049<»6-020
804448-012
6O5002-O1 1

sn
FL
OR
PA
WI
NY
NC
FL
NY
CO
OK
IL
TX
NC
NJ
GA
NH
RI
sc
WI
MA
MO
OK
OR
MO
NY
NY
CA
NC
WI
WI
CO
PA
CT
CA
NJ
VA
NY
VA
MN
AL
LA
OK
LA
FC
MA
NC
NC
CA
VA
MN
VA
SC
PROGRAM

RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

MIAMI, UNIV. OF
OREGON QRAD. CTR. FOR STUDY & RES.
DREXEL UNIV.
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
ASSOCIATED UNIVERSITIES,  INC.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
RENSSELAER POLY. INST.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV,
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
GULF COAST WASTE DISPOSAL AUTH
DUKE UNIVERSITY
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
GEORGIA, UNIV. OF
NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNIV. OF
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
GREENWOOD COMM. OF PUBLIC WORKS
KENMSHA, CITY OF
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
BALTIMORE, CITY OF
OKLAHOMA CONSERVATION COMM,
OREGON, UNIV. OF
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
NEW YORK STATE DERT ENVRN.  CONSERV.
NEW YORK STATE DEPT ENVRN CONSERV
NORTH MARIN CNTY. WATER DIST.
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV OF
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
FRANKLIN INST.
SIA* INST. FOR MATHEMATICS  & SOC.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. & A&M COLLEGE
E. i. DUPONT DE NEMOURS & co. INC.
VIRGINIA INST. UF MARINE SCIENCE
NEW YORK STATE UNIV/RACHEL  CARSON COLL
RIVANNA WATER & SEWER & AUTH
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
SOUTHERN RES. INST.
SOUTHERN UNIV.
OKLAHOMA, UNIV. OF
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV.
B. C. RESEARCH
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST.
CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH.
VIRGINIA INST. OF MARINE SCIENCE
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
WILLIAM g, MARY COLLEGE
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

-------
                                                                                                                          PAGt
SRANT
              STATE
805007-012
805008-010
805014-020
8050*7-010
805028-010
90503^-010
9050"3-012
805016-010
905017-012
805050-010
805095-010
805096-010
805097-01 o
805100-01 n
905101-010
8o5t 17-010
805109-010
8051 10-010
8o5l 12-01 1
8051 11-010
8051 16-niO
8051 17-010
805117-01 1
805129-010
805129-011
8051 32-010
8o5l3l-010
805111-01 1
805112-010
805113-010
805117-010
805119-010
805"150-010
805169-010
805170-012
805172-010
805l7a-01 0
805175-010
805175-01 1
8051 76-010
805179-010
805181-010
805182-010
8051*3-010
8051«1-010
805185-010
805189-010
8o5l93-01P
805190-010
805195-010
805198-01 0
805207-010
Tx
OH
VA
PA
MA
MA
HO
MI
NY
OH
OH
NY
CA
FC
SC
LA
FC
LA
VA
NC
sc
OH
OH
RI
RI
PA
IL
IL
WA
KY
TX
SD
FC
MA
RI
MN
FC
MD
MO
MT
WA
MA
SC
Co
NC
WY
OH
OH
NC
CT
MD
FL
                            PROGRAM

                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            DEMONSTRATION
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            DEMONSTRATION
                            DEMONSTRATION
                            DEMONSTRATION
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            DEMONSTRATION
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
                            RESEARCH
APPLICANT

TEXAS, UNIV. OF
OHIO STATE UNIV.
VIRGINIA UNIV. MEDICAL COLLEGE
CARNEGIE MELLON INST. OF RES.
BILLERICA, TO«N OF
MET* SYSTEMS INC.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST.
BATTELLE COLUMBUS LAB.
ONONDAGA CNTY.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
DORSCH CONSULT LIMITED
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
TULANE UNIV.
CHARLES HOWARD 8, ASSDC., LTD.
TULANE UNIV.
VIRGINIA, COMMONWEALTH OF
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
DAYTON, UNIV. OF
DAYTON, UNIV. OF
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
ILLINOIS INST. OF TECH.
IIT RESEARCH INST.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
KENTUCKY, UNIV. OF
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MJNES & TECH
TORONTO, UNIV. OF
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV. OF
RAYTHEON COMPANY
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
HEBREW UNIV.
MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE, UNIV. OF
MARyLAND EASTERN SHORE, UNIV. OF
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
PACIFIC WORD TREATING CORP.
REED «, BARTON SILVERSMITHS
LA FRANCE INDUSTRIES
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
WYOMING, UNIV. OF
FARM BUREAU DEVELOPMENT CORP.
MIAMI UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
CONNECTICUT, UNIV. OF
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
CHARLOTTE HARBOR WATER ASSOC, INC.

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
GRANT
NUMBER
805208-010
805210-010
805211-010
805212-010
805215-010
805220-010
805222-010
80522J-010
805226-010
805227-010
805228=010
805229-010
805230-010
805232-010
805237-010
805238-010
805239-010
805212-010
805244-010
805245-010
805249-010
805254-010
805256-010
805257-010
805270-010
805271-010
805272-010
805274-010
805278-010
805279-010
805281-010
805282-010
805298-010
805290-010
805291-010
805292-010
8052'' 3-010
805294-010
805296-011
805296-010
805297-010
805299-010
805300-010
805301-010
805304-010
805307-010
805311-010
805312-010
80531-3-010
805315-010
805316-010
BO5317-010

ST
CA
OR
OH
TX
CG
CA
NY
MI
ID
VA
AZ
NY
MT
TX
SC
MA
NY
OK
MA
VT
NE
NY
CA
IA
MI
CO
TN
VA
OH
CA
Ml
OR
FL
MN
MM
TX
IL
MA
MS
MS
MO
PA
FL
Fl_
PA
OK
MA
wv
WA
IL
FL
IL
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
OREGON STATE UNIV.
NATIONAL WATER WELL ASSOC.
TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIV.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON co.
DUDLEY OBSERVATORY
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS CONTROL RES, INST,
MORGAN, RANDALL
VIRGINIA, IJNIV. OF
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
MANHATTAN COLLEGE
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
TEXAS A&M RES. FDN.
BENEDICT COLLEGE
META SYSTEMS INC
NEW YORK UNIV.
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV. OF
CASTUETON, TOWN OF
NEBRASKA, UNIV. UF
HUNTER COLLEGE OF CUNY
MARYSVILLE, CITY OF
IOWA, UNIV. OF
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
TENNESSEE STATE DEPT. OF CONSERV.
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST.
OHIO STATE UNIV.
MQULTON NIGUEL WATER OIST.
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
OREGON STATE UNIV.
FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
HARVARD COLLEGE
CLINTON, CITY OF
CLINTON, CITY OF
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF
AMERCIAN ELECTROPLATERS1 SOCIETY
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIV.
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
ILLINOIS UNIV. OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
IIT RES. INST.

-------
                                                                                              PAGt
GRANT
NUMBER
8053I7-OJ1
805318-010
805319-OJO
805320-010
805321-OJ1
805321-010
805321-010
605325-010
805327-010
805328-010
805329-010
805330-010
805332-01 I
805332-010
805333-010
805335-010
805336-010
805337-010
805338-010
805339-010
8o53«l-010
605312-010
805313-010
805311-010
805351-010
805355-010
805356-010
805357-010
805359-010
805363-010
805363-011
805361-010
8Q5365-010
805366-010
805367-010
805368-010
805370-010
805371-01 0
805373-010
805376-010
805378-01 n
805379-010
805379-01 1
8053*3-010
805389-010
805391-010
8o5391"010
805399-010
805100-010
805101-010
805103-010
805101-010

ST
IL
AZ
UT
CO
MS
MS
CO
IL
NY
OH
OH
OH
NC
NC
MI
OH
PA
OH
MA
MI
LA
*A
MA
LA
LA
CA
IL
TX
MO
MA
MA
NY
CA
FL
MT
PA
OH
NH
VA
WA
WA
CA
CA
MT
NY
MT
CA
ME
FL
CO
KS
NC
PROGRAM

RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

IIT RES. INST.
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
UTAH STATE UNIV.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
JACKSON STATE UNIV.
JACKSON STATE UNIV.
DENVER, UNIV. OF
DEPAUL UNIV.
NEW YORK ST*TE DEPT OF ENVR CONSERV
CASF WESTERN RESERVE UNIV.
CENTRAL STATE UNIV.
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST.
BITUMINOUS COAL "ES. INC.
OHIO STATE UNIV. RES. FON.
MASSACHUSETTS INST, OF TECH.
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
TULANE UNIV.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
GULF SOUTH RES. INST.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
NORTHWESTERN UNIV.
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
NATIONAL COUNCIL RADIATION
WASHINGTON, tjNIy. OF
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
ROCKEFELLER UNIV.
OXNARD, CITY OF
WEST FLORIDA, UNIV, OF
MONTANA STATE UNlV.
PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF
WOOSTER, COLLEGE OF
MANCHESTER, CITY OF
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
NEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY
MONTANA STATE UNIV.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
MAINE, UNIV. OF
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
KANSAS STATE UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
GRANT
NUMBER
805406-010
805107-010
805009.010
805010-010
805110-01 1
80541 1-010
8051' 1-01 3
805111-012
805113-010
805111-010
805416-010
805417-010
805118-010
805419-010
805420-010
805121-010
805122-010
805123-010
805121-010
805126-010
805127-010
805128-010
805129-010
805130-010
805131-010
8o5436-010
805138-0!!
805138-010
805111-010
805113-010
805116-010
805417-010
805452-010
805453-010
805454-010
805455-010
805456-010
805457-010
805459-011
805459-010
805460-010
805462-010
805463-010
805466-010
805467-010
605169-010
8Q5471-010
805473-010
805474-010
805476-010
805477-010
&0547S-010

ST,
MA
OR
WA
CA
CA
MD
MD
MO
WA
CA
OR
DC
CA
OK
MA
PA
PA
OR
EL
CA
AZ
MN
MO
WA
IL
OH
CA
CA
TX
OH
MA
CA
NY
AR
ME
KS
AL
CO
NO
NO
NC
CA
RI
IN
NM
sc
GA
IL
TX
IL
RI
MD
PROGRAM

RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

LOWELL, UNIV. OF
OREGON STATE UNIV.
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE CO.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
OREGON STATE UNIV.
UNITED STATES DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE
WOODWARD CLYDE CONSULTANTS
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
WHEATON COLLEGE
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSoC.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
OREGON STATE UNIV.
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
STANFORD UNIV.
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA STATE DEPT OF HEALTH
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
HEIDELBERG COLLEGE
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
TEXAS A&M RES. FDN.
CINCINNATI, CITY OF
HARVARD UNIV.
CALIFORNIA STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
NEW YORK UNIV. STATE RES. FDN.
ARKANSAS STATE GAME AND FISH COMM.
COBBOSSEE WATERSHED DIST.
KANSAS, UNIV. OF
ALABAMA A&M UNIV.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
NORTH DAKOTA, UNIV. OF
NORTH DAKOTA, UNIV. OF
DUKE UNIV.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
INDIANA AERONAUTICS COMM.
AMERICANS FOR INDIAN OPPORTUNITY
CHARLESTON, COLLEGE OF
WILLIAM SCHOFIELD
NORTHWESTERN UNIV.
TEXAS A&M RES. FDN.
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF

-------
                                                                                              PACE
6R4NT
NUMflEP
8C55-CM 0
8055"8-010
805599-010
805602-01 0

ST
NY
NY
"I
DE
G*
MA
NC
OR
PA
N,l
hl
OR
NJ
HA
IN
FL
MI
wr
CA
TX
AR
CA
MA
TX
IL
CA
CA
MA
NC
CA
MA
MA
LA
FL
HH
OK
K Y
NY
CA
MO
CA
WA
WV
IL
IL
OH
K Y
CA
NC
PA
PA
WA
RESFAkCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEAPCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESF.ARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESE ARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT

COLUMBIA UNIV.
NATIONAL AUDUHON SOCIETY
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
OELAwARD, UNIV. OF
ATLANTA 2000 INC.
NEW ENGLAND FISHERIES STEERING CQMM,
DUKE UNIV.
OREGON STATE UNIV.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
NFw JERSEY DEPT, OF ENVRN. PROTECTION
INSTITUTE OF PAPER CHEMISTRY
OREGON STATE UNIV.
NEH JERSEY DEPT. OF ENVRN. PROTECTION
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
MUNCIE SAN. DIST.
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
NATIONAL SANITATION FDN.
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
SOUTHWEST RES. INST.
ARKANSAS, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH.
MASSACHUSETTS GEN. HOSPITAL
SOUTHWEST RES. INST.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ANIMAL sci.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
CONTRA COSTA CNTY. HEALTH DEPT.
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV. OF
HARVARD UNIV.
LOUISIANA TECH UNIV.
FLORIDA, UNIV. nF
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST.
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
LOUISVILLE FDN.,INC.,UNIV. of
N£w YORK STATE UNIV.
CALIFORNIA PEPT. OF HEALTH
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE
SEATTLE, MUN. OF METRO.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIV.
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
OHIO STATE UNIV.
KENTUCKY, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA DEPT. OF HEALTH
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
PENNSYLVANIA DEPT. OF ENVRN. RESOURCES
PITTSRURG, UNIV. OF
SEATTLE, MUN. OF METRO.

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
                                                                                    12
GRANT
NUMBER
805603-010
805606-010
805608-010
805609-010
805613-010
805611-010
805615-010
805620-010
805621-010
805622-010
805623-010
805621-010
805625-010
805627-010
805629-010
805631-010
805632-010
805636-010
805638-010
805641-010
8o56«7-010
805656-010
805660-010
805661-010
805666-010
805668-010
805671-010
805690-010
805691-010
805700-010
9000H-094
900065-057
900069-065
900072-083
900078-066
900107-0*4
900115-047
900121-OU8
900122-084
900123-061
900127-083
900128-053
900129-043
9001 31-061
900132-083
900133-085
900135-078
900136-067
9001«6-078
900152-083
9O01b6-OS3
•»0017S-07«>

ST
IN
TN
PA
IN
MD
IL
It
VA
IL
NC
VA
MI
OR
DC
IL
IN
KY
MT
MA
OH
MA
LA
AK
AK
NJ
AK
CO
10
NC
OH
WI
'IN
UT
OR
DK
TX
TX
MO
NC
OH
NY
OR
TX
CA
OH
CA
NY
KS
sc
MA
WI
TX
PROGRAM

RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
APPLICANT

PURDUE RES. FDN.
TENNESSEE* UNIV. OF
PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF
INDIANA UNIV.
MARYLAND STATE ENVRN. SERVICE
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
MITRE CORP.
CHICAGO, CITY OF
DUKE UNIV.
MITRE CORP.
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
OREGON STATE UNIV.
HOWARD UNIV.
CHICAGO METRO. SAN. DIST.
PURDUE UNIV.
KENTUCKY STATE DEPT NATURAL RESOURCES
MONTANA STATE UNlV.
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV OF
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
HARVARD COLLEGE
GULF SOUTH RES. INST,
EMMONAK, CITY OF
WAINWRIGHT, CITY Qf
NEW JERSEY INST. OF TECH.
ALASKA, UNIV. OF
DENVER, UNIV. OF
IDAHO, UNIV. OF
LAKE LURE, TOWN OF
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST.
MARQUETTE UNIV.
NOTRE DAME, UNIV. OF
UTAH STATE UNIV.
OREGON STATE UNJV.
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIV.
MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CORNELL UNIV.
LINN-BENTON COLLEGE
TEXAS A&M UNIV.
CALIFORNIA, UNIV, OF
TOLEDO, UNIV. OF
STANFORD UNIV.
MANHATTAN COLLEGE
KANSAS, UNIV. OF
CLEMSON UMIV.
TUFTS UNIV.
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
WILLIAM MARSH PICE UNIV.

-------
OR ANT
NUMBER
900100-043
900186-053
9ooi9o-ose
900198-074
900366-055
900312-053
90031 3-OSa
900311-055
900333-083
900416-012
900500-024
900505-031
900540-015
900542-030
900557-013
900577-012
900580-012
900591-020
9005*1-021
9005°3-012
900593-020
900607-01 1
900607-012
900633-012
900647-01 1
900654-01 0
900655-010
900656-010
900657-01 1
900658-010
900664-015
900668-012
900676-010
900677-010
900678-010
900679-010
900680-01 0
900681-010
900682-OJO
900683-010
9Q0684-010
900685-010
900686-010
900667-010
900688-01 0
9006fl<>-01 0
900689-01 1
900690-010
900690-01 1
900691-010
900691-012
900692-010

ST
MA
AZ
CA
NM
en
IL
HA
MS
VA
Nr
NY
6A
NY
FL
CA
NJ
CT
IA
IA
CA
CA
DC
DC
DC
OK
NY
MA
PA
DC
cn
CA
MO
MN
PA
PA
CA
TX
MA
IL
OR
OH
DC
DC
IL
NJ
DC
DC
CA
CA
NY
NY
LA
PROGRAM


TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAJNJNG
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAILING
TRAINING
APPLICANT

NORTHEASTERN UNIV.
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
NEW MEXICO STATE UNIV.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIV.
VIRGINIA POLY. INST. & STATE UNIV.
SCIENTISTS' INST. FOR PUBLIC INFOR.
CORNELL UNIV.
ATLANTA UNIV. CTR.
NEW YORK STATE DEPT ENVPN. CONSEPV.
FLORIDA, UNlv. OF
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
NEW JERSEY ENVRN. COMM. ASSOC.
CONNECTICUT PUBLIC TV
NATIONAL FIELD RES. CTR., INC.
NATIONAL FIELD RES. CENTER, INC.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNJV. OF
NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES/CUNFR MAYORS
NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES
NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
NATIONAL RURAL WATER ASSOC.
CONFERENCE OF STATE SAN. tNGRS.
NEW ENGLAND CONSORTIUM ENVRN. PROTECT
AMERICAN LAW INST.
NATIONAL ASSOC OF COUNTIES RES FDN
NATIONAL CONFERENCE STATE LEGISLATORS
HUMROLT STATE UNIV.
MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIV.
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
HARVARD UNIV.
AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOC.
OREGON"STATE UNIV.
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
NATIONAL GOVERNORS CONFERENCE
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
RUTgERS UNiV./COOK COLLEGE
CONSERVATION FDN.
CONSERVATION FON.
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE, INC.
NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE, INC.
LOUISIANA TECH. TRANSFER

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
GRANT
NUMBER
900696-010
900697-010
900699-010
900700-010
900701-010
900702-010
900703-010
900704»010
900705-010
900706-010
900707-010
900709-010
900709-010
900710-010
90071 1-010
900712-010
900713-010
900714-010
900715-010
900716-010
900717-010
900718-010
900719-010
900720-010
900721-010
900722-010
900723-010
900724-010
900725-010
900726-010
900730-010
900731-010
900732-010
900733-010
900734-010
900735-010
900736-010
900737-010
900738-010
9007«0-010
9oo7«l-010
900712-010
900703-010
900744-010
900745-010
900746-010
9Q0747-OIO
900748-010
900750-010
900751-010
900752-010
900755-010

ST/
PA
MO
OH
a
MO
HO
MA
PA
DC
CA
DC
CO
VT
OH
IA
NY
MA
sc
DC
TX
NH
CO
MI
UT
DC
MT
NJ
NY
SC
PA
IL
6A
TX
Co
VT
MD
NE
GA
VA
MD
OH
PA
TX
DC
MS
CT
IA
VA
WI
MI
OK
NY
PROGRAM


TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
TRAINING
APPLICANT

PENNSYLVANIA ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL
ST, LOUIS REGIONAL COMMERCE
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIV.
WATER & WASTEWATER TECH. SCH,
WATER WASTEWATER TECH. SCH..
ACTION FOR BOSTON COMM. DEV,, INC.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
CONSERVATION FDN
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
METRO SEWERAGE AGENCIES, ASSOC OF
DENVER COMMUN. COLLEGE
VERMONT STATE DF.PT. OF HEALTH
OHIO STATE UNIV.
ABC, INC.
NEW YORK STATE DEPT ENVRN CONSERV
GREEN RIVER COMMUN. COLLEGE
CLEMSON UNIV.
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VpTERS EDUCATION FUND
TEXAS A&M UNIV.
NEW HAMPSHIRE WATER SUPPLY & PC COMM.
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
MICHIGAN STATE DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
UTAH STATE DIVISION OF HEALTH
ENyRN. ACTION FDN.
MONTANA STATE DEPT HEALTH & ENVRN. SCI
NEW JERSEY STATE DEPT ENVRN PROTECTION
NEW YORK STATE HEALTH DEPT
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPT ENVRN CONTROL
PENNSYLVANIA STATE DEPT ENVRN RESOURCE
ILLINOIS STATE EPA
GEORGIA STATE DEPT NATURAL RESOURCES
TEXAS ENVRN. COALITION
AMERICAN WATER WKS. ASSOC.
VERMONT STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
MARYLAND STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
NEBRASKA STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE
VIRGINIA STATE DEPT OF HEALTH
CHARLES CNTY. COMMUN. COLLEGE
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
PENNSYLVANIA STATE DEPT COMMUN AFFAIRS
TEXAS DEPT. OF HEALTH RESOURCES
NATIONAL ASSOC. OF CONSERVATION DIST.
MISSISSIPPI STATE BO OF HEALTH
CONNECTICUT STATE HEALTH DEPT
KIRKWOOD COMMUN. COLLEGE
CITIZENS PROGRAM FOR CHESAPEAKE BAY
WISCONSIN STATE DEPT NATURAL RESOURCES
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
OKLAHOMA STATE OEPT. OF HEALTH
NEW YORK STATE DEPT. ENVRN. CONSERV

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
GRANT
NUMBER
900755-010
900756-010
900757-010
900756-01 0
900761-010
900762-010
900763-010
900767-01 0
90076«-010
9103M-01 3
9ioa29-oi«
910520-013
910581-012
910631-013
910659-01?
910706-012
910707-013
91070°-012
91071 0-012
91071 1-012
910712-014
910712-012
910711-01?
910715-012
910717-012
910718-01 1
910724-01 1
910733-012
9io738-0!2
910700-012
910713-012
91070U-012
910745-012
910748-012
910750-012
910751-01 1
9|n752-0! 3
910753-012
910754-012
91Q755-012
910756-012
910758-012
9l 0759-012
910761-012
910762-012
9io764-012
910765-012
910767-012
910770-01 1
910771-01 1
910772-011
910773-01 1

ST
Vi
en
DC
ID
VA
DC
DC
sc
NY
MA
TX
RI
MO
UT
cn
TX
wv
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
Tx
TX
TX
MD
sc
WV
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
>IY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
PA
PROGRAM           APPLICANT

TRAINING          VIRGINIA STATE AIR POLLUTION CONTR. BD
TRAINING          DENVER CQMMUN. COLLEGE
TRAINING          NATIONAL ASSOC. OF COUNTIES
TRAINING          IDAHO STATE UNIV.
TRAINING          URBAN ENVRN. STUDIES CENTER
TRAINING          GEORGETOWN UNIV.
TRAINING          NATIONAL ASSOC. OF REGIONAL COUNCILS
TRAINING          SOUTHERN EDUC. COMMUNICATIONS ASSOC.
TRAINING          NEW YORK STATE DEPT OF HEALTH
FELLOWSHIPS       NORTHEASTERN UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       WASHINGTON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       UTAH STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       COLORADO, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       WEST VIRGINIA COLLEGE GRADUATE STUDIES
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       WASHINGTON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       WEST VIRGINIA COLLEGE GRAD. STUDIES
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COPPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       DREXEL UNIV.

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
16
GRANT
NUMBER
9J077V-01 1
910780-012
910781-01 1
910792-01
910796-01
910797-01
910801-01
910811-01
910813-011
910826*01 1
910827-012
910829-011
910830-012
910830-01 1
910838-01 1
910850-01 1
910851-r»l 1
910860-01 1
910865-OS1
910868-01 1
910870-012
910871-011
910876-011
910879-01 1
910880-OU
910896-011
910903-011
910907-01 1
910917-01 1
910922-011
910923-011
910931-011
910938-01 1
910919-01 1
910960-011
910965-011
910966-012
910968-011
910983-010
9J0985-010
910986-010
910987-010
910991-010
9J0993-010
910994-010
910995-010
910996-010
910998-010
911000-010
911001-010
911003-010
91 1004-010

ST
CA
NY
CA
TX
wl
OK
AL
UT
NY
MN
NY
TX
NY
NY
CT
CA
CT
MA
UT
UT
OC
MA
WI
MA
CA
WI
CA
UT
MD
UT
RJ
CA
MN
TX
MD
MD
MO
MD
NY
MS
MA
AL
MN
MA
IN
VA
CA
MI
MA
MN
MN
FL
PROGRAM           APPLICANT

FELLOWSHIPS       SANTA CLARA, UNIV, OF
FELLOWSHIPS       COOPER UNION
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV.  OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       OKLAHOMA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       ALABAMA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       UTAH, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       N£W YORK POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       NEW YORK POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       NEW HAVEN, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       NEW HAVEN, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       NORTHEASTERN UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       UTAH STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       UTAH STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       NORTHEASTERN UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TUFTS UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       HEALD ENGR. COLLEGE
FELLOWSHIPS       WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       UTAH STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       UTAH, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA STATE COLLEGE
FELLOWSHIPS       MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       HOUSTON, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       MISSISSIPPI, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       NORTHEASTERN UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       ALABAMA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
FELLOWSHIPS       INDIANA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       VIRGINIA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV.  OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       HARVARD UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       MINNESOTA, UNIV, OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       FLOPIDA, UNlV. oF

-------
                                                                                              PAGE.
GRANT
NUMBER
91 1005-010
911007-010
91 1009-010
91 1010-010
911011-010
911013-010
911015-010
91 1016-010
911017-010
91 1 018-010
911020-010
911021-010
91 1025-010
91 1026-010
91 102B-010
91 1029-01 0
911033-010
911035-010
91 1036-010
91 1057-010
91 1 OUO-010
91 1001-010
91 1012-010
911015-010
91 1Q16-010
9] 1 Q1K-01 0
91 1 019-010
9l 1050-010
911052-011
91 1052-010
91 1Q53-01P
91 1051-010
91 1055-010
91 1 056-01 0
91 (057-010
9) 1Q5P-01 0
911061-010
91 1062-010
9l 1Q61-010
91 1065-01 0
91 1068-Oln
9] 1Q69-010
91 ) 072-010
91 1 07<4-ni 0
91 1 075-01 0
9) 1 076-01 0
91 107R-010
91 1 079-01 0
9110*1-010
91 1 0«2-01 0
91 10«3-010
91 1 081-010

ST
TX
HO
KS
NY
FL
AZ
CA
MA
NJ
CA
PA
FL
HA
IN
KS
MO
CA
FL
CA
PA
MN
PA
PA
OH
MA
MA
FL
MA
SC
sc
SC
sc
taA
sc
sc
MA
CA
VA
TX
TX
CA
CA
TX
PA
VA
KY
NY
CO
OH
c«
MA
CA
PROGRAM           APPLICANT

FELLOWSHIPS       HOUSTON, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MISSOURI, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       KANSAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       ARIZONA STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       HARVARD UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       RUTGERS UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       FLORDIA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       HARVARD UN I V.
FELLOWSHIP?       BALL STATE UNIV,
FELLOWSHIPS       KANSAS, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       JOHN HOPKINS UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       GOLDEN GATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       DREXEL UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       DREXEL UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       OREXEL UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       TOLEDO, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       HARVARD UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE
FELLOWSHIPS       FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       HARVARD UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       CLEMSON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       CLE^SON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. of
FELLOWSHIPS       HARVARD UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       LAMAR UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       HOUSTON, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       CONTROL DATA INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNjV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       PENNSYLVANIA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       KENTUCKY, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       COLORADO STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       SANTA CLARA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       BOSTON COLLEGE
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF

-------
                                                                                              PAGE
                                                                                                      18
GRANT
NUMBER
911087-010
9110R9-010
91 1091-010
91 10Q2"010
91 1094-010
911095-010
91 10Q7"010
91 1096-010
91 1 104-010
911 107-010
91 1 100-010
911 110-010
91 1112-010
911113-010
91 1 1 14-010
911115-010
91 11 16-010
9111 17-010
911118-010
9j 1 1 19-010
91 1 120-010
91 U21-010
911122-010
911 124-010
911125-010
911126-010
911127-010
91 1 128-010
911 129-010
911 130-010
911131-010
911132-010
911133-010
911 134-010
911 135-010
'1 1136-010
911137-011
911137-010
91 1139-010
911 139-010
911 139-011
911141-010
911 142-010
91H45-010
91 1 146-010
91 1 148.010
911 149-010
911150-010
911 151-010
911152-010
911155-010
9j i \5H-010

STi
CA
NY
OH
CA
NJ
MA
CA
MA
DC
NY
AL
NY
NY
NC
DC
MD
NC
WA
MD
SC
DC
SC
SC
DC
CT
WI
OR
MD
CA
FL
NE
NY
MO
MO
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
C)K
MN
DC
TX
TN
CA
CA
FL
MT
CA
PROGRAM           APPLICANT

FELLOWSHIPS       HEALD ENGINEERING COLLEGE
FELLOWSHIPS       NEW YORK POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       AKRON, UNIV.  OF
FELLOWSHIPS       SAN JOSE STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       NEW JERSEY INST.  OF TECH.
FELLOWSHIPS       NORTHEASTERN  UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       SANTA CLARA,  UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       HARVARD UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       NEW YORK UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       ALARAMA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       NEW YORK STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.
FELLOWSHIPS       NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       SEATTLE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       CLEMSON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       AMERICAN UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       CONNECTICUT,  U^IV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       WISCONSIN, UNIV.  OF
FELLOWSHIPS       OREGON STATE  UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA, UNJV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       FLOPIDA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       NEBRASKA, UNIV. UF
FELLOWSHIPS       COLUMBIA UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       MISSOURI SOUTHERN STATE  COLLEGE
FELLOWSHIPS       MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       WESTERN STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA STATE  UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       LOYOLA MARYMOUNT  UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       LOYl'LA MARYMOUNT  UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV.  OF
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA STATE  UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       CALIFORNIA STATE  UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       GOLDEN STATE  UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       OKLAHOMA, UNIV. OF
FELLOWSHIPS       MINNESOTA, UNIV.  OF
FELLOWSHIPS       AMERICAN UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       TEXAS, UNIV.  UF
FELLOWSHIPS       MEMPHIS STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       STAMFORD UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY COLL.
FELLOWSHIPS       FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       MONTANA STATE UNIV.
FELLOWSHIPS       STAMFORD UNIV.

-------
GRANT
NUMBER         STATE          PROGRAM           APPLICANT

9JI!55-OtO     VA             FELLOWSHIPS       VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC  INST.ESTATE  UNIV.
                                                                                                                             PAGE

-------
SELECT RESEARCH GROUP IN AIR POLLUTION METEOROLOGY
   START/ COMPL DATE I     10/72 -
    TASK/CPA CODE IG603A-AB-02  /
                               os/78 i FUNDING i  EST, • FY   77
                               R800397     (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76
                                                                 / S
                                                  2?0000
                                                 3630001
PROJECT OFFICER
INVESTIGATORS i
                   I
e
W
A
K
L
PENN,
PENN,
PENN,
PENN,
PENN,
PENN,
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                       NIEMEYER
                      THOMSON
                      ANTHES
                      BLACKADAR
                      KABEL
                      LUMLEY
                      TENNEKES
MILEI 03/78 -FINAL REPORT
  PREVIOUS WORK IN THE CONTINUING SRG PROGRAM HAS FOCUSED TOWARD DEVELOPMENT
   OF A COMPREHENSIVE, METEOROLOGICAL MODEL SUITABLE FOR APPLICATION
  TO URBAN, MESO AND SYNOPTIC SCALE PROBLEMS. THE RESULTING MODEL IS NO
  W UNDERGOING EXTENSIVE TESTING AND VALIDATION CASE STUDIES, SEVERAL OF THE
   i, 2 AND 3«o VERSIONS ARE ALSO BEING APPLIED TO SELECTED AIR POLLUTION
  TRANSPORT AND DIFFUSION SITUATIONS SUCH AS EAST COAST AIR
  STAGNATION EPISODES, RESEARCH ALSO CONTINUES INTO IMPROVED PLANETARY BOUND
  ARY LAYER CPBL) PARAMETERIZATION SCHEMES, SIMPLIFIED II-ND ORDER CLOSE SCH
            BEEN VERIFIED AGAINST SODAR AND AIRCRAFT MEASUREMENTS USING 08SE
            SYSTEMS DEVELOPED EARLIER IN THE PROGRAM, SEVERAL 1«D PBL MODELS
            INTEGRATED WITH COMMONLY USED DIFFUSION PREDICTION MODELS AND AD
            GENERAL USE ON DESK TOP CALCULATORS,  TESTING OF SURFACE BOUNDARY
             PARAMETERIZATION SCHEMES is PROCEEDING USING SATELLITE
     EMES HAVE
     RVATIONAL
     HAVE BEEN
     APTED FOR
      CONDITION
     OBSERVATIONS OF THE LOS ANGELES  BASIN,  SELECTED  POLLUTANT  DEPOSITION  VE
     LOCITIES ARE BEING DERIVED ON THE  BASIS OF  AIRBORNE  MEASUREMENTS  MADE IN  P
     ENNSYLVANIA AND NEW YORK,  AIR BORNE  MEASUREMENTS MADE  DURING  THE  ST.  LOUIS
      RAPS EXPERIMENT WILL BE PREPARED  FOR  USE  IN  URBAN  SCALE  MODELING STUDIES,

-------
OPTICAL EFFECTS OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL

   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/77 • 06/78 1  FUNDING I  E3T.  • FY    77   /  $   125000
  "TASK/EPA CODE IQ6Q3A-AG-U  / R800665»13  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $   360001
   PROJECT OFFICER I T    ELLESTAD
   INVESTIGATORS |   A P WAGGONER                 UNIV, OF WASHINGTON
                     R J CHARU30N                 UNIV, OF WASHINGTON
   MILEI 06/78 -REPORT ON ANTHROPOGENIC CONTRIBUTION TO VISIBILITY  REDUCTION
     THIS CONTINUES OUR PAST 3TUOII8 RELATING AEROSOL  SOURCES*  PHYSICAL  AND
     CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE PARTICLES,  EFFECTS OF  RELATIVE  HUMIDITY  TO
     ATMOSPHERIC OPTICAL PROPERTIES SUCH AS RADIATIVE  CLIMATE  AND VISIBILITY,
     INCLUDED WILL BE STUDIES OF THE RELATIONSHIPS OF  PARTICLE  PROPERTIES AND
     SYNOPTIC SCALE TRANSPORT,

-------
OPTICAL EFFECTS OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL

   START/ COMPL DATE |     10/75 • 12/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  / $
    TASK/EPA CODE I86258-EA-l5  / R800665-U  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S   350001
   PROJECT OFFICER I I  I  WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS t   A  P WAGGONER                 UNIV, OF WASHINGTON
                     R  J CHARL30N                 UNIV, OF WASHINGTON
   MILEl  12/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THIS IS ONE OF  A MULTI-PART PROJECT WHOSE SUMMARY MAY BE IDENTICAL TO QTH
     ERS. THIS CONTINUE OUR PAST STUDIES RELATING AEROSOL SOURCES* PHYSICAL AND
     CHgMlCAl. PROPERTIES OF THE PARTICLES,  EFFECTS OF  RELATIVE HUMIDITY TO
     ATMOSPHERIC OPTICAL PROPERTIES SUCH AS RADIATIVE  CLIMATE AND VISIBILITY.
      INCLUDED WILL  BE  STUDIES OF THE RELATIONSHIPS  OF PARTICLE PROPERTIES
     AND  SYNOPTIC SCALE TRANSPORT,

-------
OUTDOOR SIMULATION QF AIR POLLUTION CONTROL STRATEGIES

   START/ COMPL DATE i    oa/7§ • oi/78 i FUNDING i  EST, • FY   n  / $  11*000
    TASK/EPA CODE |(J6Q3A-AC»Q5  / R8009U»05  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $  1000001
   PROJECT CHOICER | j J  8UFALINI
   INVESTIGATORS i   M   JEFFRIES                 UNIV, OF NORTH CAROLINA
                     D L FOX                      UNIV, OF NORTH CAROLINA
   MILEl Of/77 *R£PPRT « EFFECTS OF DILUTION
         10/78 "REPORT • TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG
     IT HAS BEEN THE BELIEF OF OUR RESEARCH GROUP THAT AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE
     SMOG PRECURSORS AND ITS CONTROL CAN BE MOST EFFECTIVELY ACHIEVED 8Y THE
      INTEGRATED USE QF SMOG CHAMBER OATAf PHOTOCHEMICAL MODELING ANQ AERQMET
     RIC MEASUREMENTS! W£ HAVE DISCOVERED THAT DIRECT AND SIMPLE APPLICATION OF
      CURRENT SMOG CHAMBER DATA TO REAL ATMOSPHERIC  CONDITIONS IS DIFFICULT
      AT BEST, THIS IS BECAUSE tt) OXIDANT YIELDS IN CHAMBERS ARE STRONGLY
     DEPENDENT ON WALL CHARACTERISTICS, NITRQGEN^ALDEHYDES CHEMISTRY, CHAM
     BER LIGHT INTENSITIES AND EXPERIMENTAL TEMPERATURES AND 2,) THE DYNAMIC PR
     OCE8SES OF INJECTION, DILUTION AND MIXING IN REAL ATMOSPHERES ARE NOT WELL
     REPRESENTED BY JUST IRRADIATING MORNING URBAN CONCENTRATIONS IN A SMOG
     CHAMBER. IT IS OUR HOPE THAT CUP-RENT AND CONTINUED REFINEMENTS
     IN OUR PHOTOCHEMICAL MQQEL WILL MAK£ IT POSSIBLE TO BETTER QUANTIFY THE MO
     ST IMPORTANT REGIONS OF HYDROCARBON NOX»OXIDANT CONTROL STRATEGY DIAGRAMS,
      SOME OF THE MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS IN THE MODEL WILL COME FROM THE RESULTS OF
      OUR PROPOSED SMOG EXPERIMENTS WHICH WILL ISOLATE THE INFLUENCE OF NITRIC
      AND NITROUS ACID, ALDEHYDE, PAN,  CARBON MQNOXIDEi ARQMATICS AND LESS RE
     ACTIVE HYDROCARBON MATERIALS ON SMOG SYSTEMS, SINCE MOST OF THIS WORK WILL
     BE DONE ON STATIC SMOG CHAMBER SYSTEMS, CONTINUED EFFORT WILL BE MADE
     TO SIMULATE REAL ATMOSPHERIC SMOG CONDITIONS BY USING SOPHISTICATED PA
     TTERNS OF CONTINUED INJECTION AND DILUTION IN THE CHAMBER, SIMULTANEOUSLY,
     STATIC ANALOG EXPERIMENTS WILL BE CONDUCTED WITH THESE VERY COMPLEX
      EXPERIMENTS, THIS INFORMATION WILL THEN BE USED TO RECONSTRUCT MOD
     ELING RESULTS so THAT THE DERIVED CONTROL STRATEGY RELATIONSHIPS WILL HAVE
     IMPLICIT ATMOSPHERIC RELEVANCE,

-------
NJTROSAMINE FOPMATIJN

   START/ COMPL DAT£ |     01/76 - 12/79 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  / 9   15000
    TASK/gPA CODE IG603A-AE-08  / R800916-05  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I -     BuFALINI
   INVESTIGATORS |   H    JEFFRIES                 UNIV.  OF NORTH CAROLINA
   MILEl  12/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THIS IS ONE QF  A MULTIPART PROJECT WHQ8E SUMMARY MAY BE IDENTICAL TO
     OTHERS. DETERMINE  THE KINETICS OF NITRQSAMINE FORMATION ANO DEGRADATION,

-------
 800938
The aim of the investigation of urban  street  cleaning  is  threefold:  (a) To
identify and analyze activities affecting mechanized street  cleaning;  to  develop
mathematical and simulation models with which present  practice  can be  evaluated;
(b) To collect data in order to establish an  extensive data  base  for a specific
urban district; (c) T o design and evaluate implementable policy  changes  that would
increase the effectiveness of the operation.  These objectives are realized in terms
of six specific tasks: (1) Creation of a computer data bank  for the  experimental
                          ,  ^$  .
district (completed); (2) Development  of a litter generation model (in progress);
(3) Evaluation and modification of the routing of mechanical sweepers  (planned);
(4) Quantitative evaluation of the effect of  illegally parked cars on  street
sweeping (completed); (5) Design of policies  for the enforcement  of parking
regulations (in progress); (6) Analysis of the overall problem  (planned).

-------
MECHANISMS OF PESTICIDE DEGRADATION

   START/ COMPL DATE |     05/73 « 05/78 I  FUNDING  |  EST,  •  FY    77   /  S    51806
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IH615F-7619   / R801060-13  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S  2399211
   PROJECT OFFICER  I R  F   MQSEMAN
   INVESTIGATORS  |    F    MATSUMURA                UNIV,  OF  WISCONSIN
   MILE!  01/77  -CHLORDIMEFO^M EFFECTS  ON  ENZYME  SYSTEMS
         05/77  -METABOLISM JF TQXAPHENE IN  RATS
     THE  MAJOR  OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS  PROJECT  IS TO  UNDERSTAND THE  DEFENSE  MECHANIS
     MS OF ANIMALS  TO PESTICIDAL  CHEMICALS, THE  COMPOUNDS WHICH  ARE IMPORTANT  F
     ROM  THE  VIEWPOINT  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION  ARE THE  PRIMARY  TARGET  OF
      THIS RESEARCH  PROJECT,  EFFORTS »'ILL  BE MADE  TO STUDY  THE BIOCHEMICAL
      MECHANISMS BY  WHICH  QRGANOPHOSPHATE,  CARBAMATE AND OTHER INSECTICIDAL
      CHEMICALS AFFECT  LIVING TISSUES.  SPECIFIC  PROJECTS PROPOSED ARE  m
      TO  STUDY  THE  GLUTATHlONE  DEPENDENT  DEALKYLATING  AND DEARYLATING  SYST
     EMS  IN VARIOUS  ANIMALS  FROM  A COMPARATIVE  BIOCHEMICAL  STANDPOINT*  (2) TO  S
     TUDY  THE ROLE  OF MI XED. FUNCTION UXIDASE SYSTEMS,  (3) TCI STUDY  AND CLASSIFY
      VARIOUS ESTERASES DEGRADING ORGANQPHOSPHATE  AND  CARBAMATE  ESTERS,
     AND  (4)  TO STUDY VARIOUS CONJUGATION  ENZYMES  IN ANIMALS,  THE OVERALL  AIM
     IS TO STUDY VARIOUS  TARGET SYSTEMS AND DEFENSE MECHANISMS OF ANIMALSi BY
     BIOCHEMICALLY  CHARACTERIZING EACH  FACTOR THROUGH  ISOLATION  PURIFICATION,
     DIFFERENTIAL INHIBITION  AND  COMPARISON OF SUBSTRATE SPECTRA,

-------
STRUCTURE AND REACTIVITY OF ADSORBED OXIDES  OF  SULFUR

   START/ COMPL DATE |     12/73 • 12/78 I  FUNDING  I  E$T,  «  FY    77   /  $    10000
    TASK/EPA COPE 1G625B»EA«21   / R80H36-06  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $   100001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J     DURHAM
   INVESTIGATORS I   J  H LUNSFORD                 TEXAS A & M  UNIVERSITY  SYSTEM
   MILEl  12/78 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! THE. OVERALL OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS  RESEARCH IS  TO  DETERMjNf THE
     STRUCTURE AND REACTIVITY OF ABSORBED  OXIDES OF  SULFUR, RESULTS FROM  SUCH  A
     STUDY WILL BE USEFUL IN IDENTIFYING THE PHOTOCHEMICAL  AND
     THERMAL REACTIONS  WHICH TAKE PLACE ON ATMOSPHERIC  AEROSOLSS  THE  SPECIFIC
     GOALS DURING THE CURRENT YEAR WERE CA)  TO  DEVELOP  PHQTOELECTRQN  INFRARED
     SPECTRQSCOPY AS A  TECHNIQUE FOR STUDYING OXIDES OF SULFUR ON AEROSOLS,  (B)
     TO DETERMINE THE MECHANISMS FOR THE OXIDATION OF  S02 TO SQ4  ON SURFACES*
     CO  TO IDENTIFY IONS SUCH  AS S20 IONS AND  H2S ION  WHICH MAY  BE PRODUCED
     DURING THE PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTION  OF  H2S WITH S02  ON MAGNESIUM OXIDE,  E
     MPHASIS IN FUTURE  WORK WILL BE PLACED ON THE  CATALYTIC OXIDATION  OF  302  IN
     FILMS OF ASSORTED  WATER.

-------
DEVELOP SULFURIC ACID GENERATOR FOR ULTRA  FINE  PARTICLES

   START/  COHPL DATE I     06/76 - 12/77  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  $    15000
    TASK/EPA  CODE IG601B-CA-35  / R601 SO 1-0532(SRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER  I T  G  DZU8AY
   INVESTIGATORS I    8  Y LIU                       UNIV. OF  MINNESOTA
   MILEl 02/78  -DELIVERY OF GENERATOR
     OBJECTIVE!  DEVELOP GENERATOR FOR  SULFURIC  ACID  PARTICLES  IN THE 0.02 TO
     0,5 MICRON SIZE RANSEI THE AEROSOL  GENERATOR  is TO BE  DESIGNED FOR  USE  IN
     ANIMAL TEST CHAMBER STUDIES TO SIMULATE  EXPOSURES  TO SULFURIC  ACID  FROM
     CATALYST EQUIPPED  VEHICLES, APPRQACHl  INTRODUCE SULFURIC  ACID  INTO  AN AIR
     FLOW  STREAM USING  A SYRINGE PUMP, THE  AIR  STREAM  IS  HEATED  AND THEN COOLED
      TO CAUSE  EVAPORATION OF  THE ORIGINAL  DROPLETS  AND CONDENSATION INTO
     SMALLER  ONES,  PARTICLE SIZE IS CONTROLLED  BY  ADJUSTING THE  AMOUNT OF DIL
     UTION AND  THE  RESIDENCE,  TIME,  CURRENT  PLANS/PROGRESS |  THE SULFURIC  ACID IS
     BEING INSTALLED IN AN 0,33 M3 ANIMAL  EXPOSURE CHAMBER,  WHERE ITS
     PERFORMANCE WILL BE EVALUATED, PARTICULAR  CARE  WILL  BE TAKEN TO LIMIT
     THE CONCENTRATION  AND RESIDENCE TIME  FOR PARTICLES IN  THE 0,02 -  0,05
     MICRON RANGE TO PREVENT  CHANGE OF PARTICLE SIZE BY COAGULATION,

-------
CAPE COD WASTEWATER RENOVATION AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM
   START/ COMPL DATE I

    TASK/EPA CODE ll»61iC
   INVESTIGATORS I    8  H
                     R  F
                       Ofe/73 - 0«/78 I
                      «5     / 3802037
                      KETCHUM
                      VACCARO
                  P E KAt.110
                  A   MAMN
MILES 06/74 -COMPUTE CONSTRUCTION
      07/75 -INTERIM REPORT ON IST
      07/76 -INTERIM REPORT ON 2ND
      07/77 -INTERIM REPORT ON JRD
      05/78 -FINAL PROJECT REPORT
  THE CAPE COO WASTEWATER RENOVATION
    FUNDING i  EST, - FY   77  / $  100000
        (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $  3884861
            WOODS HOLE OCEANQGRAPHIC
            WOODS M0i£ OCEANOGRAPHIC
            WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC
            WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC
OF EXPERIMENTAL IRRIGATION PLOTS AND
YEAR OF OPERATION
YEAR OF OPERATION
YEAR OF OPERATION
IN8T

INST
INST
INST
                                        AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM IS EVALUATING
     ALTERNATIVE MEANS OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND DEVELOPING DESIGN CR
     ITERIA FOR THE RECHARGE OF WATER OF POTABLE QUALITY TO THE GROUNDWATER RES
     ERVOIR OF THE COASTAL OUTWASH PLAINS OF CAPE COD, THIS FOUR-YEAR STUDY INV
     OLVES INVESTIGATION OF THE IN SITU PERFORMANCE OF (i)  THE SAND FILTER BEDS
     AT OTIS AIR FORCE BASE (2) SELECTED VARIETIES OF ANIMAL FORAGE SR
     ASSES, AND (35 VARIOUS RATES OF APPLICATION OF SECONDARY EFFLUENT. THE QUA
     NTITY AND QUALITY OF THE TREATED WATER AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE QUALITY OF
      THE'RECEIVING GROUND *ATER, AND THE CHARACTER OF THE  SOIL is SCING
     CAREFULl* EXAMINED TO PROJECT EVENTUAL WATER CONDITIONS AFTER MANY
     YEARS OF OPERATION.

-------
REACTIONS OF so2 AND TERPENES WITH URBAN  AEROSOLS

   START/ COMPL OATE I     0«/7J » 11/79  I  BUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  S    feOOOO
    TASK/EPA CODE |S603A»AE»10  / R602160-0482CGRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $    500001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I •     WJL.SQN
   INVESTIGATORS t    s  K  FRIEDLANOER               CAHFf  INST.  OF TECHNOLOGY
   MILEi  11/79  -FINAL REPORT
     MEASURE THE CONVERSION RATE or 302,  TERPENES,  AMD  AROMATIC  COMPOUNDS WITH
     LOS  ANGELES AEROSOLS,  THE GROWTH  RATE OF  THE  AEROSOL AND  THE INFLUENCE Op
      SIZE ON THE CONVERSION  WILL BE DETERMINED  FOR  SAMPLES CONTAINED  IN
     TRANSPARENT BASS,

-------
A GUIDE FOR COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING FOR CONTROL OF URBAN STORM AND
COMBINED SEWER RUNOFF
   START/ COMPL DATE I    Ob/75 • 12/78 I  FUNDING I  £ST, • FY   77  /$   59710
    TASK/EPA CODE IC611A-7Q95   / R802411      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $  22«l8*a
   PROJECT OFFICER 1 A N  TAFURI
   INVESTIGATORS I   W   HUBER                    STATE UNIVERSITY OF FLA,  SYS,
                     J   HEANEY                   STATE UNIVERSITY OF FLA.  SYS.
   MILEl 06/73 -START SWMM REFINEMENT
         05/75 -SWMM VERSION II COMPLETE
         10/76 -DESKTOP PLANNING METHODOLOGY
         04/77 -BMP EVALUATION
         12/77 "MULTIPURPOSE ANALYSIS AND  STORAGE OPTIMIZATION
         02/78 "SWMM VERSION III
         12/78 -COMPLETION
     THIS PROJECT 18 AN ONGOING STUDY TO PROVIDE EXTENSIVE REVISIONS/RE
     FINEMENTS TO THE STORM WATER MANAGEMENT MODEL CSWMM)  USER'S MANUAL AS  WELL
     AS THE MODEL ITSELF, THE OBJECTIVES OF THE CONTINUOUS WORK AREJ (1) TO
     DEVELOP A MULTI-PURPOSE ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY FOR  W£T»WEATHER POLLUTION CON
     TRQL, AND (2) TO EVALUATE THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS  OF THIS ANALYSIS BASED ON
     RECEIVING WATER IMPACTS. THE METHODOLOGY WILL BE  FORMULATED FROM AN
     ALREADY ACCEPTED TECHNIQUE USED IN THE ELECTRIC UTILITY INDUSTRY FOR SAT
     ISFYING CONSUMER DEMAND IN THE MOST OPTIMUM MANNER, THIS TECHNIQUE WILL BE
     ADAPTED TO FINDING THE OPTIMAL MIX OF BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES, ST
     DRAGS-TREATMENT DEVICES, AND TREATMENT PLANTS TO  SATISFY A GIVEN RECEIVING
     WATER CRITERIA (DO),

-------
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY or AEROSOL FORMATION  MECHANISMS  IN  A  CONTROLLED
ATMOSPHERE
   START/ CQMPL DATE |     Ob/73 - 03/77  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FV    77   /  *    77000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A.AC-14  / R802a72-03   (GRANT)  PRIOR   FY76  /  $   620001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J     DURHAM
   INVESTIGATORS |   D  L  FOX                       UNIV,  OF  NORTH CAROLINA
                     P  C  REI3T                    UNIV,  OF  NORTH CAROLINA
   MILEl  06/78  »LABQRATQRY  DATA FOR  TEST  OF  INTEGRATED CHEMICAL  AND PHYSICAL  MO
     OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT DURING THE THIRD  BUDGET  PERIOD.  THIS  PROGRAM
     HAS  DESIGNED AMD BUILT  AN OUTDOOR CHAMBER  FACILITY  FOR THE  INVESTIGATION
     OF  AEROSOL FORMATION PROCESSES  SIMILAR  TO  THOSE OCCURRING IN THE  AMB
     IF.NT ATMOSPHERE, DURING  THE SECOND  BUDGET  PERIOD* EXPERIMENTAL METHODS  AND
      PROCEDURES WERE DEVELOPED OR ADAPTED FOR  THIS  PROJECT AND  AN
     EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM is  NOW IN  PROGRESS.  THE  OVERALL OBJECTIVES  OF  THIS
     BUDGET  PERIOD «ILL BE  TO INVESTIGATE  GAS  TO  PARTICLE CONVERSION  PROCE
     ssES.  THIS WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY  CONDUCTING  CHAMBER  EXPERIMENTS IN THREE
     AREASI  8ULFATC  AEROSOL  FORMATION IN  HYDROCARBON.NQX  SYSTEMS, 302-NOX
     PLUME  SYSTEMS AND  SYSTEMS CONTAINING  METALLIC  SEED  NUCLEI,  DURING THIS
     COMING  PERIOD ADDITIONAL EXPERIMENTS  WILL  BE  CONDUCTED ON THIS SYSTEM.
     AEROSOL PARAMETERS TO  BE OBTAINED INCLUDE  CONDENSATION NUCLEI  COUNT, SIZE
     DISTRIBUTIONS BY ELECTRIC AEROSOL ANALYZER AND  FILTER  SAMPLES  FOR SULFATE
     ANALYSIS BY X-RAY  FLUORESCENCE  AND  FLASH  VAPORIZATION  FLAME PHOTOMETRIC  D
     ETECTIQN,  THE HYDROCARBON-NOX.SD3 SYSTEM  IS  AN  ANALOG  OF  AEROSOL  FORMATION
      IN  URBAN  AREAS WITH MULTIPLE SOURCES OF  POLLUTION,  STATIONARY AND  MQRILE.
      THE SECOND AREA OF  RESEARCH INVOLVES THE  302-NOX SYSTEM  AS AN ANALOG OF
     THE  PROCESSES OCCURRING  IN A POWER  PLANT  PLUME, A SERIES  OF EXPERIMENTS
     WITH VARIOUS INITIAL CONCENTRATIONS  OF  302,  NO, NOS  AND WATER  VAPOR  WILL
     BE  CONDUCTED, THE  THIRD  MAJOR AREA  OF RESEARCH  WILL  BE GENERATION OF
     AEROSOLS IN THE PRESENCE OF SEED NUCLEI,  EXISTING AEROSOLS  PROVIDE  AN ALT
     ERNATE  OXIDATION PROCESS FOR CONVERSION OF 802  TO SULFATE,  METALLIC  NUCLEI
     WILL BE INTRODUCED INTO  THE CHAMBER  AND THE  SIZE  DISTRIBUTION  WILL  BE
     DETERMINED, THEN S02 WILL BE INTRODUCED AND  EVOLUTION  OF  THE AEROSOL WILL
     BE  MEASURED,

-------
ACOUSTICAL  SYSTEM  TO PREVENT HAZARDOUS MATERIAL  DIKE  FAILURES

   START/  COMPL  DATE. I     Ob/73 - 09/78 I  FUNDING I  £ST,  «  FY    77  / S   30000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  lrf610A-j9l    / R802511-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76 / S   1750001
   PROJECT  OFFICER I J  E   BRUGGER
   INVESTIGATORS |   R  M  KOERNER                  DREXEL  UNIVERSITY
                     A  E  LORD                     DREXEL  UNIVERSITY
         02/73  -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         06/73  -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         09/76  -COMPLETE  PROTOTYPE
         01/77  -ADD  FUNDS/TIME EXTENSION
         06/77  -ADD  FUNDS/TIME EXTENSION
         09/78  -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     DEVICES  TO  PROVIDE EARLY WARNING OF POTENTIAL SPILLS OF  IMPOUNDED H
     AZARDOUS MATERIALS WILL BE DEVELOPED  AND DEMONSTRATED,  THE  TECHNIQUE TO  BE
      USED  IS BASED  UPON  TH£ DETECTION OF  STRESS WAVES  (ACOUSTICAL EM
     ISSIONS) THAT ARE  GENERATED BY INTER-PARTICLE (SHEARING)  MOVEMENT WITH THE
     EARTHEN  (SOIL)  DIKE  MATERIAL AS THE MATERIAL REACTS  TO ACCOMMODATE  TO THE
     STRESS APPLIED  BY  THE PRESSURE OF THE STORED HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, THE ACOU
     STICAL EMISSIONS ARE MQ$T INTENSE DURING CHANGE  IN STRESS LOADING BUT ALSO
     CONTINUE DURING THE  RATHER LONG PERIODS  OF  RELAXATION  (ACCOMMODATION AND
     PARTICLE REARRANGEMENT) THAT OCCUR SUBSEQUENTLY  TO CHANGES  IN STRESS
     (LOADING),  THE  BEHAVIOR HAS BEEN CORRELATED WITH STRESS  LEVEL FOR MANV
     TYPES  OF SOILS  USED  TO CONSTRUCT EARTHEN DAMS,  METAL ACOUSTICAL
     "WAVE  GUIDES" ARE  INSERTED INTO THE DIKES AND THE  TRANSMITTED SOUND (RANGE
     500  HZ (CYCLES/SEC)  TO 2 KHZ) ARE CONVERTED TO  ELECTRICAL ANALOGUES
     BY  A  PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSDUCER AND RECORDED  AND  ANALYZED,  INTERPA
     RTICLE FRICTIONAL  ACOUSTICAL EMISSIONS IN SANDY  SOILS*  AS WELL  AS COHESIVE
     BOND  BREAKING IN CLAY SOILS* ARE DETECTABLE, THE PROJECT  IS DIVIDED INTO
     TWO  CONSECUTIVE PHASES, THE FIRST QP  WHICH  INCLUDES  LABORATORY  STUDIES ON
      SOIL  SAMPLES AND  PRELIMINARY FIELD TESTlNg QN  ACTUAL  EARTHEN D
     IKES.  THE  SECOND PHASE CONTINUES THE  LABORATORY  WORK AND  EXPANDS  THf FIELD
      TESTING TO A NUMBER OF DIKES OVER A  LONG TIME  PERIOD, THE  PRODUCT  OF THIS
      PROJECT WILL BE A REPORT AND A PORTABLE* EASY-TO-USE,  EARLY WARNING
     DEVICE TO  IDENTIFY PRONE-TO-FARURE DIKES,  OR SECTIONS THEREOF,  AND TH
     ERF.BY  TO WARN OF POTENTIAL HAZARDOUS  MATERIAL SPILL  SITUATIONS,  THE SYSTEM
     IS  NOW OPERATIONAL AND HAS BEEN USED  AT  TWENTY-FIVE  SITES»  THREE  OF TH£S£
     WERE  FOUND  TO SE UNSTABLE AND PROMPT  PREVENTIVE  ACTION WAS  TAKEN  so THAT
     SPILLAGES/DIKE  FAILURES DID NOT OCCUR, SEVERAL  CORPORATIONS IN
     CHEMICAL PROCESSING  AND M£TAL/NON-METAL  MINING  INDUSTRIES ARE
      INVESTIGATING/INSTALLING THE SYSTEM,

-------
QUANTITATIVE' METHODS FOR VIRUS IN WATER


   START/  COMPL  DATE I     07/73 - 05/78  I
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IA713O29      / R802736
                     FUNDING I  EST.  - FY   77  / $   90000
                    •03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $  1190001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I
   INVESTIGATORS  |
R    SAFFERMAN
j i MELNICK
C P GERBA
C   WALUS
3   FARRAH
S M GOYAL
BAYLOR
BAYLOR
BAYLOR

BAYLOR
BAYLO«
COLLEGE
COLLEGE
COLLEGE
COLLEGE
COLLEGE
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
MEDICINE
MEDICINE
MEDICINE
MEDICINE
MEDICINE
   MILEI  05/78  -FINAL  REPORT
     QUANTITATIVE  STUDIES  WILL  BE  CONDUCTED  TO  FURTHER  DEVELOP  AND  IMPROVE
     METHODS  FOR THE-  EFFICIENT  DETECTION  OF  SMALL  QUANTITIES  OF ENTERIC  VIRUSE
     S  (I.E., ENTERQVIRUSES,  ADENOVIRUSES, REOVIRUSES  AND  ROTAVIRUSES)  IN  LARGE
     VOLUMES OF RAw  AND  TREATED POTABLE  WATER.  THE  ENHANCED  RESISTANCE  OF
     SOLID-ASSOCIATED VIRUSES  TO  VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND TO  D
     ISINFECTION EMPHASIZE THE  NEED  TO  DEVELOP  SYSTEMS  FOR THEIR DETECTION  IN  w
     ATER.  THEREFORE,  EXISTING  VIRUS CONCENTRATION METHODS WILL BE  STUDIED  AND,
     IF  NECESSARY,  MODIFIED FOR THE  DETECTION OF  SOLID-ASSOCIATED VIRUSES,
     CURRENT  TISSUE CULTURE TECHNIQUES  REQUIRE  SEVERAL  DAYS OR  LONGER FOR  THE
     DEMONSTRATION OF  VIRUS IN  CONCENTRATES  FROM  WATER, NEW TECHNQLO
     GY,  SUCH AS RADIO-IMMUNQASSAY,  ALLOWS THE  RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF  VIRUSES,
     IF  PRESENT IN SUFFICIENT CONCENTRATION.  WE  PROPOSE TO PURSUE THE DEV
     ELOPMENT OF THESE METHODS  FOR THEIR  APPLICATION TO VIRUS CONCENTRATES  FRQM
     WATER  IN ORDER TO REDUCE THE  TIME  NECESSARY  FOR THE DETECTION  OF
     VIRUSES  IN WATER,

-------
MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR X-RAY ANALYSIS

   START/ COMPl DATS I     05/74 . 05/78 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / $   25000
    TASK/EPA CODE 8S7iae.8g.60  / R8027S9      CftRAMT)   PRJOR  FY7* / S   350001
   PROJECT OFFICER I •     OZU9AY
   INVESTIGATORS I   R  P GARDNER                  UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
   wiLEi  05/78 -FINAL REPQ«T
     DEVELOP METHODS TO CORRECT FOR GAIN SHIFT,  BASELINE DRIFT,  INTERELEMENT
     EFFECTS,  AND BACKGROUND SUBTRACTION,

-------
EFFECT OF CYANIDE ON FRE8HNATER INVERTEBRATES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     12/73 • 06/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FV    77   /  $   151826
    TASK/EPA CODE |N608A«075    / R802914      CGRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $   980001
   PROJECT OFFICER I ft     DRUMMQND
   INVESTIGATORS I   L    SMITH                    UNIV.  OF  MINNESOTA
   MILEI  11/77  -FINAL REPORT • VOLUME  i
     THE  OBJECTIVES OF  THU PROJECT  ARE  TO DETERMINE THE  ACUTE AND  CHRONIC
     EFFECTS OF CYANIDE*  CYANIDE COMPLEXES,  AND  OTHER  INORGANIC AND ORGANIC
     MATERIALS  ON FRESHWATER FISH AND  INVERTEBRATES, SUBSIDIARY OBJECTIVES
      ARE (A)  TO DETERMINED EFFECTS OF  TEMPERATURE,  F-H,  AND  OXYGEN ON  CYANIDE
      TOXICITVi (8) TO  DETERMINE ADDITIVE  OR SYNERGI3TIC  RELATIONSHIPS BE
     TWEEN HEAVY METALS AND CYANIDEf  (C)  TO DETERMINE  WHICH LIFE HISTORY  STAGES
     OF  FISH AND INVERTEBRATES ARE THE MOST SENSITIVE!  (0)  TO  DETERMINE  APPL
     ICATION FACTORS WHICH CAN BE APPLIED  TO SHORT  TERM  TEST  RESULTS  TO  PREDICT
     SAFE LEVELS OF CYANIDE OR CYANIDE COMPLEXES!  (E)  TO  DETERMINE
     CUMULATIVE EFFECTS OF CYANIDE ON  SUCCESSIVE GENERATIONS  OF FISHj  (F) TO
     DETERMINE  THE ACUTE  TOXICITY OF  VARIOUS COMPOUNDS  TO DAPHNIA MAGNA  AND
     FATHEAD MINNOWS! (G)  TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTS  OF  THESE MATERIALS  ON  THE  E
     MBRYOS AND THE LARVAE OF FATHEAD  MINNOWS  AND,  
-------
IDENTIFY OP-GANICS IN CHLORINATED MUNICIPAL, WASTES

   START/ CQMPL DATE I     05/74 - 07/79 |  FUNDING I  E3T,  • FY    77   /  $    5&30Q
    TASK/EPA CODE iK6HD-t3
-------
A STUDY OF THE IDENTITY AND SOURCES  OF DENVER'S  AEROSOLS
                                          FUNDING  I  EST
FY
                                              (GRANT)   PRIOR
  77
FY76
 /
/ S
 15000
200001
START/ COMPL DATE |    06/75 • 06/78 I
 TASK/EPA CODE IG625B-EA-09  / RB03078
PROJECT OFFICER I •    DURHAM
INVESTIGATORS |   R G DRAFTZ                   I I T RESEARCH INSTITUTE
                  J D STOCKHAM                 I I T RESEARCH INSTITUTE
                  J   GRAF                     I I T RESEARCH INSTITUTE
MILEl 09/76 -FINAL REPORT
      12/77 -FINAL REPORT
      09/78 -FINAL REPORT
  THE CITY OF DENVER EXPERIENCES OVER 200 ATMOSPHERIC INVERSIONS EACH YEAR
  WHICH PRODUCE- HAZE AND DECREASED VISIBILITY OVER SIGNIFICANT PORTIONS
  OF DENVER. IN 1973* THE U.S. EPA BEGAN A RESEARCH STUDY TO DETERMINE TH
  E CAUSE AND SOURCES OF THIS POLLUTION PROBLEM, QNE IMPORTANT ASPECT OF THE
   STUDY INVOLVES THE IDENTIFICATION OF AEROSOLS COLLECTED FROM THE
  ATMOSPHEREi IN A PREVIOUS PRELIMINARY STUDY (J972)» POLARIZED LIGHT
  MICROSCOPY WAS USED SUCCESSFULLY TO IDENTIFY MANY OF THE AEROSOL PAR
  TICLES. THE GOAL OF THIS CURRENT PROPOSED STUDY IS TO TRACE THE SOURCES OF
  AEROSOL PARTICLES COLLECTED BY THE EPA AND OTHER AGENCIES AT A NETWORK OF
   SAMPLING STATIONS, BY IDENTIFYING THE TYPES OF PARTICLES AND COMPARING
  THEM TO REFERENCE SAMPLES, THE PARTICLES WILL 8E CHARACTERIZED ANo ID
  ENTIFIED BY POLARIZED L'JGHT MICROSCOPY SUPPLEMENTED «ITH SCANNING ELECTRON
  MICROSCOPY AND MASS SPECTROMETRY. THE DATA FROM THESE ANALYSES WILL BE
  CORRELATED WITH METEOROLOGICAL AND AEROSOL DATA TO DISCOVER THE IMPACT OF
  INDIVIDUAL SOURCES IN PRODUCING HAZE,

-------
MORPMOL08Y Of ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS

   START/ COMPL DATE J    07/75 - 10/77 » FUNPINS I EST, - FY   77  / §   10000
    TASK/EPA CODE |S603A-AH.OS  / R*a3078«04  (S«ANT)  PPIOR  FY76 / $   180001

                                                  ILLINOIS IN3T, OF TECHNOLOGY
                      MUtTlIpART PROJECT WHQ«E SUMMARY MAY BE IDENTIC*!, TO    ff
     OTHERS, APPLY THE TECHNIQUES OF LIGHT AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPY TO DETERMINE
     THE MDRPHQLOSV OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL*.

-------
EFFECTS OF SURFACE CONFIGURATION JN WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL  ON  SEMI-ARID

 MINED LANDS
   START/ CQMPL DATE I     09/77  •
    TASK/EPA  CODE 136238-353    /
                  F

                  L
                  B
                          MARTIN
                         MODDER
                         JENSEN

                         DOLLHOPF
PROJECT OFFICER I  J
INVESTIGATORS I   R
                  J
                  D
                  D
                  J   OLSON
                  W   VA^VOAST
            -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
            -AWARD FUNDS
            -FINAL REP3RT RECEIVED
             OF THIS STUDY ARE TO DEMONSTRATE
                             09/78 t FUNDING I EST, - FY   77
                             R803079-04  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76
                                                               / S  200000
                                                              / $ 10470001
                                             MONTANA
                                             MONTANA

                                             MONTANA

                                             MONTANA

                                             MONTANA
STATE
STATE
STATE

STATE
STATE
   MILE!
    00/74
    00/74
    11/78

OBJECTIVES
                                                  STATE  BUR,  OF
                                                 THE
UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY

MINES 8- GEDL.
                                                EFFECTIVENESS OF SEVERAL
SURFACE CONFIGURATIONS IN| CONTROLLING EROSION, RUNQFFi SEDIMENTATION AND
POLLUTION OF ADJACENT DRAINAGES? QUICKLY PRODUCING A DESIRABLE STABILIZING
 VEGETATIVE CQVERI CREATING AN EQUILIBRIUM BETWEEN PRECIPITATION ABSORBED
AND SOIL MOISTURE EVAPORATED AND TRANSPIRED SO THAT GROUND WATER
POLLUTION WILL REMAIN) MINIMAL* PRODUCING AN OVERALL DESIRABLE RECLAMATION
DESIGN PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DRAINAGE, ESTHETICS, PRODUCTIVENESS A
NO USE, DEMONSTRATION AREAS APPROXIMATELY 16 HECTARES IN SIZE WERE LOCATED
ON RESHAPED SPOILS OF STRIP MINED COAL MINES NEAR COLSTRIP, MT> SAVA
GE, MT| BEULAH, NDJ HAMNA, WYf AND GLENROCK, WY. FIVE TREATMENTS EVALUATED
 INCLUDE DEEP CHISELING IN TOPSOIL/ DEEP CHISELING NO TQPSOIL* GOU
6ING IN TOP80II, GOUGING NO TOPSOIL AND DOZER BASINS IN TOPSOIL. FIVE 0.21
HECTARE MICROWATERSHEDS HAVE BEEN CONSTRUCTED AT EACH AREA TO AID IN
INTENSIVELY EVALUATING EACH TREATMENT, TREATMENT EVALUATION AT EACH AREA i
NCLUDEJ METEOROLOGICAL MONITORING, SURFACE RUNOFF WATER QUALITY, SOIL MOIS
TURE,  EVAPOTRANSPIRATION RATE, WATER AQUIFER LEVELS, IMPLEMENTATION OF THE
 FIVE  AREAS HAS BEEN COMPLETED AMD DATA IS BEING COLLECTED A\D PROCESSED,
 THE FIRST REPORT WILL BE PUBLISHED DURING 1977, TREATMENT EVALUATIONS ARE
 SCHEDULED THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12, 1978,

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF PROCEDURES BASED ON HEPATIC TOXICITIES TO EVALUATE
EFFECTS OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE OF FISHES TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAM
   START/ CQMPL DATE t     00/00 . 00/00 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY    77   /$    23118
    TASK/EPA CODE :M608A«07ti    / R6Q3090-04  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76  / $   218161
   PROJECT OFFICER » J  M  MCKIM
   INVESTIGATORS :   L  J *E6ER                    OREGON STATE HIGHER EDUC,  SYS
                     w  K SEIM                     OREGON STATE HIGHER EDUC,  SYS
                     w  K GINGERICH                OREGON STATE HIGHER EDUC.  SYS
   MILEt  09/78 -EVALUATION OF ORGAN FUNCTION TESTS WITH FISH TO PREDICT  CHRONIC
     THE  PROPOSED WORK  is TO INVESTIGATE THE FEASIBILITY OF UTILIZING FOR
     FISHES CLINICAL PROCEDURES WHICH ARE  ACCEPTED IN DETERMINING THE STATUS OF
      SPECIFIC ORGAN FUNCTION IN MAN, THE  RELATIVE HEPATOTOXICITY OF TWO
      CHQtORlNATED BENZENE COMPOUNDS, HEXACHLOROBENZENE AND 1, It a,
      TRICHLOROBENZENE  WH.L BE INVESTIGATED IN RAINBOW TRQUT CSALMA
     GAIRDNERl^t THE HEPATOTOXICITY OF EACH COMPOUND TO TRQUT  KILL  BE ASSESSED
     THROUGH CLINICAL PROCEDURES WHICH HAVE PREVIOUSLY BEEN ESTABLISHED  AS
     SENSITIVE INDICATORS OF LIVER FUNCTION IN THIS  FISH,  NISTQPATHQLQGICAL
     STUDIES WILL BE CONDUCTED TO CORRELATE SPECIFIC LIVER PATHOLOGY «!TH THE
     DEGREE OF APPARENT FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT, THE STUDY *ILL  EVALUATE
     LIVER FUNCTION IN  THE TROUT FOLLOWING REGIMES OF BOTH SUBACUTE AND  CHRONIC
     EXPOSURE TO THE PROPOSED TOXICANTS,

-------
 FUNDING  I EST,  • FY
• 03   (8RANT)  PRIOR

         WASHINGTON
         WASHINGTON
   77
 FY7to
 / S
/ S
 50000
250001
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
TECHNIQUES POP THE MEASUREMENT OF AEROSOL  SIZE  DISTRIBUTION  AND  CARBON
AND SULFUR CONTENT
   START/ COMPL DATE I     I0/7fe • 10/79  I
    TASK/EPA CODE lGba5B-EB-08  / R603US
   PROJECT OFFICER I C     SAWICKI
   INVESTIGATORS  i   E  s  MACIAS
                     R  B  HUSAR
   MILEl  11/79 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES AND  APPROACH!  TO PURSUE  WORK  IN THREE  DISTINCT  AREAS  OF  AEROSOL
      INSTRUMENTATION AND CHARACTERIZATION,  THESE  INCLUDE  DEVELOPMENT OF
     (A)  A SHAPE  SENSITIVE AEROSOL PARTICLE  SIZE  SPECTROMETER,  (B)  A
     NUCLEAR GAMMA-RAY  METHOD  TO MEASURE THE  CONCENTRATIONS  OF  LIGHT  ELEMENTS
     SUCH AS CARBON, NITROGEN, OXYGEN  AND  SULFUR  AND  (C)  A PARTICULAR SULFUR
     ANALYZER^ CURRENT  PLANS/PROGRESSI DURING THE  CURRENT  PERIOD
     THE  DEVICE AND  TECHNIQUES TO MEASURE  PARTICLE  SIZE  HAVE BEEN  DOCUMENTED
     WITH LABORATORY AEROSOLS, ADDITIONAL  MEASUREMENTS ON  ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS
     WILL BE MADE IN THE  UPCOMING PERIOD,  IN  THIS  PERIOD  THE NUCLEAR  GAMMA-RAY
      METHOD WAS  BROUGHT  INTO  ROUTINE  OPERATION FOR ALL  ELEMENTS EXCEPT  o
     XYGEN,  AND THIS ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE  WILL  BE  DEVELOPED  IN  THE  N£XT  PERIOD,
     SOME WORK HAS ALSO BEEN DONE ON  THE IN-SlTU  ANALYSIS  OF SULFATE  AEROSOLS
     USING THERMAL ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES,  A  MALLOY  FPD  SULFUR  ANALYZER  WflS  ORTA
     INED AND LABORATORY  TESTED AND CALIBRATED  AND  WILL  BE FIELD TESTED  UNDER  A
     VARIETY OF CONDITIONS IN  THE NEXT YEAR,

-------
EVALUATION AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER OF THE SWIRL CONCENTRATOR  PRINCIPLE
   START/ COMPL DATE |     01/75
    TASK/EPA CODE 1C611A.7222
         10/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / S   28200
         S803157      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY75 / $   650001
   PROJECT OFFICER J  H
   INVESTIGATORS i   R
                     E
                     M

                     E
 MASTERS
SULLIVAN
KORBITZ
8ALDOCK
KLEGERMAN
                                             AMERg PUBLIC WORKS ASSN.
                                             AMER, PUBLIC WORKS ASSN,
                                             AMER, PUBLIC WORKS ASSN,
                                             AMER, PUBLIC WORKS ASSN^
                                             AMER. PUBLIC WORKS ASSN,
    02/75 -START
    06/75 -INSTALLATION OF PILOT SWIRLS CGRITS) AND (PRIMARY) COMPLETE
    07/76 DEVALUATION OF SWI«L DEGRITTgR COMPLETE
    07/77 -FINAL REPORT ON SWIRL OESRITTER PUBLISHED
    07/77 -EVALUATION OF SWIRL PRIMARY SEPARATION COMPLETE
    10/77 -CONTINUATION FUNDING PACKAGE (DESIGN OPTIMIZATION/TEXTBOOK)
    10/78 -CONTINUATION PORTION OF PROJECT COMPLETED
    03/79 -FINAL REPORT ON DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF SWIRL DEVICES, COMPLETE
THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF THIS DEMONSTRATION PROJECT IS TO PROVIDE VEHICLES
 FOR THE RAPID DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION CONCERNING THE
SWIRL CONCENTRATOR AND THE HELICAL BEND REGULATOR, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC WORKS IS 8EST ACCOMPLISHED BY EVALUATION OF PRO
TQTYPE CONTROL FACILITIES, THE FOUR PARTS OF THIS PROPOSAL ARE DESIGNED TO
PROVIDE THE BASIS FOR TRANSFER OF THE TECHNOLOGY TO THE PROFESSION, THE F
OUR PARTS ARE| A, EVALUATION OF A S«IRL CONCENTRATOR SRIT CHAMBERf B, EVAL
UATION OF A S^IRL CONCENTRATOR PRIMARY TECHNICAL DEVICEf C, PREPARATION OF
A TEXTBOOK ON OESIGN OF FACILITIES UTILIZING SECONDARY MOTIONS! D,
OPTIMIZE* THROUGH LABORATORY CONFIRMATION, THE SWIRL DESIGN CURVES
TO COVER SMALLER TREATMENT INFLOW CAPACITIES THAN NOW EXIST,

-------
CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON PESTICIDE REMOVAL  FROM  HASTEWATER

   START/ COMPL DATE I     05/7«  • 03/76  I  FUNDING  I  EST, -  FY    77   /  S
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IF610B-02     / S803159      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7<*  / $  2218001
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  K  UESTREICH
   INVESTIGATORS i   D  R MARKS                     VELSICOL  CHEMICAL CORPORATION
   MILEI  os/76  -COMPLETION DF  CONSTRUCTION AND  INSTALLATION OF CATALYTIC REDUCT
         05/76  "INITIAL TESTING  OF CATALYTIC  REDUCTION  SYSTEM
         10/76  -COMPLETION OF  CONSTRUCTION OF XAD  RESIN SYSTEM
         12/76  -8TART»UP OF RE8IN SYSTEM
         03/77  -SUCCESSFUL REGENERATION OF RESIN  BED *1» START-UP  ON BED *2
         05/77  -ACHIEVEMENT OF LESS THAN  10 PPB IN EFFLUENT ON A ROUTINE BASIS
         03/78  -COMPLETION OF  PROGRAM  AND  FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! TO  DEMONSTRATE,  AT THE PILOT PLANT  LEVEL*  TWO DIFFERENT CpNT
     ROL  TECHNOLOGIES,  (CATALYTIC REDUCTIVE DEGRADATION AND RESIN  SORPTION) FOR
     THE  CONTROL OF  ENDRIN, HEPTACHLOR AND OTHER  TOXIC  CHLORINATED  HYDROCAR
     BON  INTERMEDIATES  IN PESTICIDE MANUFACTURING  WASTEWATER.  TARGETED EFFLUENT
      QUALITY  IS LESS THAN 1,55  PP8 OF PESTICIDES. APPRUACHl PILOT  SCALE
     TESTING  OF 100  GALLON PER MINUTE  CONTROL DEVICES FOR  BOTH TECHNOLOGIES TO
     OPTIMIZE  PERFORMANCE AND  DETERMINE RELIABILITY  AND EFFICIENCIES OF
     THE  CONTROL SYSTEMS. CURRENT PLANS AND PROGRESS! THE  XAD  RESIN SYSTEM  HAS
     BEEN OPERATED FOR  EIGHT MONTHS AND OPTIMIZED  TO YIELD  EFFLUENTS WHICH
     ROUTINELY  CONTAIN  NO MORE THAN 5  PPB, THE  RESIN BED HAS BEEN  SUCCESSFUL
     LY  REGENERATED  USING ISOPRQPYL ALCOHOL AS  THE SOLVENT  SEVERAL  TlMgs.  IT IS
     PLANNED  TO OPERATE THE CATALYTIC  REDUCTION SYSTEM  IN  TANDEM WITH  THE  RESIN
      SYSTEM  TO ESTABLISH IP THE  ENDRIN STANDARD  OP  i,5 PP3 CAN BE  ACHIEVED,

-------
DEMONSTRATION OF CONNECTOR WELLS

   START/ CQMPL DATE j     04/74 « 11/79 j  FUNDING «  CST,  • FY    77   /  $    «oooo
    TASK/EPA CODE i862SB-3«2    / ssosm-oi   (GRANT*   PRIOR   FY76  / $   520001
   PROJECT OFFICER I 3  J  HUBBARD
   INVESTIGATORS i   j    DEMCHALK                 STATE DEPT,  OF ENV.  RESOURCES
                     R  R PARIZEK                  PENN, STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     V  M 8EARO                    STATE DgPT.  OF ENV.  RESOURCES
   MILEl  OS/7« "FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         06/7« -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         05/77 -AMENDMENT TO GRANT
         U/79 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     OBJECTIVE! TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY AND  EFFECTIVENESS OF  USING GRAVITY
     CONNECTOR WELLS TO IMPROVE STREAM QUALITY  BY REDUCING DRAINAGE FROM  ASAND
     QNED DEEP COAL MINES, APPRQACHI  SELECT  THE BEST SITE FOR  DEMONSTRATING  THE
      EFFECTIVENESS OF  GRAVITY CONNECTOR HELLS  FOR REDUCING DRAINAGE FROM
     ABANDONED DEEP COAL MINES, DETERMINE  OPTIMUM NUMER AND LOCATION Op  GRAVITY
     DRAINAGE WELLS AND ESTIMATE THE  QUANTITY Of DRAINAGE THAT WILL BE ABATED.
     CURRENT PLANSI CURRENT PLANS ARE FOR  CONDUCTING FEASIBILITY STUDY
      OF  AN OPTIMUM DEMONSTRATION SITE AND DEVELOP PLANS  AND  SPECIFICATIONS  FOR
      A  FULL SCALE FIELD DEMONSTRATION OF  THE TECHNIQUE,  THE  SITE WILL BE STUD
     IED  TO DETERMINE ITS HYOROGEQLDGIC AND  MINING CONDITIONS  AFFECTING  GRAVITY
      DRAINAGE OF RELATED AQUIFERS THAT WILL  SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE DEEP MINE
     DRAINAGE, THE STUDY WILL CAPITALIZE ON  AVAILABLE  DATA, 9UT ALSO INCLUDE
     LIMITED DRILLING AND TESTING TO  DETERMINE  AQUIFER FLOW CHARACTERISTICS,
     FOLLOWING EVALUATION OF THE DEMONSTRATION  SITE, CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF
     QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF DEEP MINE DISCHARGE WILL  COMMENCE, DETAILED  DESIGN
     PLANS FOR THE GRAVITY DRAINAGE WELLS  WILL  BE DETERMINED  BASED  ON  THE
     HYDRQ6EOLOSY AND AQUIFER FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF  THE SITE, THE OPTIMUM
     LOCATION OF THE WELLS *ILL 8E DETERMINED BY STUDYING FRACTURE  TRACE  P*TT
     ERNS AS RELATED TO AQUIFER FLOW  CHARACTERISTICS AND  HYDROGEOLOGY, BASED ON
     THE  AlOVlj A DETERMINATION «ILL  86 MADE  OF THE  NUMBER AND LOCATIONS  FOR
     CONST»UCTIN$ THI REQUIRID GRAVITY DRAINAGE WELLS, A3 MANY AS FOUR
     CONNECTOR WILLS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED TO  STUDY THE  MINE- DRAINAGE REDUCTION
     POSSIBLE FROM THIS TECHNIQUE,

-------
803218
Supplemental funding to collect additional data through an additional
operating season.   Because of the critical importance of this project
in the development of the overland-flow system, maximum data collection
and evaluation is  extremely desirable.

-------
COMBUSTION RESEARCH ON COAL NITROGEN AND PARTICULATE ORGANIC  MATTER

   START/ COMPL DATE I    08/7« • 10/77 I  FUNDING !  EST,  • FY   77   /  $    ?OQOO
    TASK/EPA CODE »F62aA-Oi2    / R8Q32«2      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S  3550001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J H  NASSER
   INVESTIGATORS |   A F SAROFIM                  MASS,  INST. OF TECHNOLOGY
                     J B HOWARD                   MASS,  INST, OF TECHNOLOGY
                     R   KITES                    MASS,  INST, OF TECHNOLOGY
   MILEl 08/75 -COMPLETE EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEMS AND INITIAL TEST
         08/76 -COMPLETE STUDY OF SOOT AND PCAH FORMATION IN  TURBULANT DIFFUSIO
         08/76 -COMPLETE EVALUATION OF COMPOUND N BEHAVIOR FOR TWO  COMMON COALS
         10/77 -FINAL REPORT
     TASK I, CHARACTERIZATION OF POM FROM  DIFFUSION  AND  PREMIXED FLAMES,  THE
     RESEARCH is CONCERNED »*ITH THE QUALITATIVE AND  QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT  tip
     THE PRODUCTION OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER IN LABORATORY FLAMES.
     THE OBJECTIVES ARE TO DETERMINE WITHIN THE FLAME  AND IN  THE EXHAUST  GASES
     (1) THE SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND CONCENTRATIONS OF SOOT PARTICLES^ (2)  THE
     IDENTITIES AND CONCENTRATIONS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS*  (3)  THE RELATIONSHIP
     BETWEEN SOOT AND ORGANIC COMPOUNDS GENERATED IN THE  FLAME, EXPERlMEN
     TAL METHODOLOGY USED IMCLUDES PARTICLE CONCENTRATION AND SIZE  DISTRIBUTION
     BY ELECTRON MICROSCOPY, AND ANALYSIS  OF POLYCYCLIC  AROMATIC HY
     DROCARBON BY GAS CHQMATO&RAPHIC MASS  SPECTROMETRY AND HIGH RESOLUTION MASS
     SPECTROMETRY, THE MAJOR EMPHASIS INVOLVES THE APPLICATION OF MOLECULAR
     BEAM SAMPLER AND ON-LINE MASS SPEC, FOR COMPLETE  GAS PHASE ANALYSIS,
     ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS OBTAINED BY SAMPLING  ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE
     TURBULENT DIFFUSION FLAMES AND LAMINAR PREFIXED FLAMES 8Y WATfiRalNJECTED
     SAMPLING PROBES, TASK II, KINETICS OF DEVOLATILIZATION OF NITROGEN
     COMPOUNDS DURING TH£ HIGH TEMPERATURE PYROLYSIS OF  COAL, THE PROGRAM
     OBJECTIVES ARE TO OBTAIN A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF  THE PROCESSES CO
     NTRIBUTIN6 TO THE EMISSION OF NOX FROM COAL FIRED BOILERS TO BETTER  DEFINE
     CONTROL METHODS, FUEL BOUND NITROGEN  COMPLICATES DEVELOPMENT OF LOW  NOX B
     URNERS BECAUSE THE NITROGEN IN CHAR MAY PERSIST INTO THE SECOND STAGE OF A
     STAGED COMBUSTOR, DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS LABORATORY FURNACES HAVE
     BEEN DEVELOPED FOR THE PYROLYSIS AND  OXIDATION  OF PULVERIZED COAL UNDE*
     CONDITIONS SIMULATING UTILITY BOILERS, RESULTS  ON NITROGEN RETENTION IN
     CHAR HAVE BEEN DETERMINED FOR TWO COALS AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE AND
     TIME, ALSO; THE CONVERSION OF THE FUEL NITROGEN TO NOX HAS BEEN DETERMINED
     AS A FUNCTION OF FUEL/AIR RATIO FOR ONE FURNACE TEMPERATURE. FIVE ADDIT
     ZONAL COALS WILL BE STUDIED OVER A WIDER RANGE  OF TEMPERATURES AND DATA WI
     LL BE OBTAINED ON THE GAS PHASE CONSTITUENTS OF PYROLYSIS, THE COALS CHARS
      WILL BE CHARACTERIZED TO DEVELOP MECHANISTIC MODELS FOR EXTRAPOLATION
     OF DATA TO OTHER CONDITIONS,

-------
WATER QUALITY STUDIES ON RIVER NILE  AND  LAKE  NASSER
   START/ COMPL DATE I     ll/7«  •
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IK609A.056     /
10/80 t  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  /  $
R803291-OU  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S
               10000
              200001
PROJECT OFFICER i
INVESTIGATORS 1
MILEl







OUR
01/75
01/76
10/77
10/77
10/77
10/78
10/79
10/80
STUDY
1 rt H SANDERS
K M MANCY
M S HlLBERT
P G MEIER
R A DEININGER
W J WEBER
-PROJECT INITI
-1ST
•2ND
"3RD
-4TH
•5TH
-6TH
PROGRESS
PROGRESS
PROGRESS
PROGRESS
PROGRESS
PROGRESS
ATION
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
-FINAL REPORT
ON THE RIVER N
ILE IN
                                                  UNXV,

                                                  UNIV,
                                                  UNXV,
                                                  UNIV,
                                                  UNIV,
                      OF
                      OF
                      OF
                      OF
                      OF
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
                                    EGYPT  ADDRESSES  ITSELF  TO  THE  IMPACTS  OF  T
     HE  ASWAN  HIGH  0AM  ON  WATER  QUALITY  IN LAKE  NASSER  RESERVOIR  AND  DOWNSTREAM
      PORTIONS OF THE RIVER,  THESE  IMPACTS ARE  BEING  MEASURED  IN  TERMS  OF
     PHYSICAL*  CHEMICAL*  AND  BIOLOGICAL  PARAMETERS,  IN  HUMAN TERMS, THESE
     IMPACTS  ARE EXAMINED  WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE  TO  AGRICULTURE*  PUBLIC HEALTH,
     AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC EFFECTS,  DURING  1975  AND  1976*  A  COUNTRY-WIDE WATER
     QUALITY  MONITORING NETWORK  ALONG THE  RIVER  NILE  AND  LAKE  NASSER  WAS ESTA
     BLISHED,  THIS  IS SUPPLEMENTED  BY FUNCTIONAL  STUDIES  rtHICH INTEGRATE ACROSS
     THE DISCRETE GEOGRAPHIC  BOUNDARIES  OF THE  SYSTEM AND INCLUDE  STUDIES
     OF  PLANKTON, BENTHOS*  HYDROPHYTES,  AND FISHERIES,  THE  GATHERED INFORMATION
      IS BEING FED  TO AN  ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION STORAGE  AND RETRIEVAL
     SYSTEM.  PUBLIC HEALTH  IMPACTS  STUDIES HAVE  BEEN  SOLELY CONCERNED WITH THE
     EFFECTS  OF CHANGES IN  WATER  RESOURCES IN RURAL  EGYPT,  AGRICULTURAL IMPA
     CTS STUDIES ARE BASED  ON LABORATORY AND  FIELD ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  EFFECTS  OF
     LACK OF  SILT,  WATERLOGGING,  AND SALINIZATION ON  SOIL FERTILITY AND AGRI
     CULTURAL  PRODUCTION,  SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS  STUDIES  ARE CONCERNED  WITH  THE
     ASSESSMENT OF  ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES  IN  A  POLICY CONTEXT  USEFUL  To THE
     DECISION  MAKER.

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS FOR THE DETECTION AND INACTIVATION OF VIRUSES IN
VARIOUS WATERS
   START/ COMPL DATE i    02/75 - 05/78 J  FUNDING 8  EST,  - FY   77  / $   60000
    TASK/EPA CODE M713C-32     / R803SiO«-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   590001
   PROJECT OFFICER I G    8ERG
   INVESTIGATORS J   h I SHUVAL                   HEBREW  UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALE
                     E   KATZENELSON-              HEBREW  UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALE
   MiLEt  os/78 -REPORT
     THE  OVERALL OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT  ARE,  A,  TO FURTHER DEVELOP AND
     REFINE EFFICIENT RAPID AND INEXPENSIVE  MONITORING METHODS FOR THE DETECT
     ION  AND QUANTITATIVE ASSAY OF LOW LEVELS  OF  VIRUSES  IN LARGE  VOLUMES OF  WA
     TER  AND *ASTEWATER» ANQ TO EVALUATE VARIOUS  PROMISING VIRUS MONITORING AND
      DETECTION METHODS BY STANDARDIZED AND  CONTROLLED PROCEDURES, 8. TO D
     EVELOP EFFECTIVE AND ECONOMICAL PROCEDURES  FOR  THE INACTIVATION OF ENTERIC
     VIRUSES IN WASTEWATER*  RENOVATED  WATER  AND  OTHER  FORMS OF POLLUTED WATER
      BY  OZONE AND TO ESTABLISH RELIABLE METHODS  FOR THE  CONTROL AND EVALUATION
      OF  THE PROCESS.

-------
MATRIX.ISOLATION STUDIES INVOLVING THE  OXIDATION  OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE

   START/ CQMPL  DATE »     07/75  -  12/77 I  FUNDING I  E5T,  •  FY    77   /  $    25000
    TASK/EPA  CODE IG603A-AE-07   /  R803516-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $    300001
   PROJECT OFFICER  J J  J  8UFALINI
   INVESTIGATORS I    C  E HUNTER                    HAMPTON INSTITUTE
   MILEl  It/77 -REPORT  ON S02 OXIDATION
     IT IS PROPOSED  TO  STUDY THE OXIDATION OF  SULFUR DIOXIDE  IN  THE ATMOSPHERE
     USING THE TECHNIQUES OF MATRIX-ISOLATION  AND MOLECULAR FRAGMENTATION,
     REACTIONS OF OUEFINS A\D OZONE  AND THE SUBSEQUENT  OXIDATION OF S02  WILL
      BE  MONITORED  *ITH A MJOEL  12-A FOURIER  TRANSFORM  INTERFEROMETER.  SPECTRA
     OF MIXTURE  OF  ETHYLENE  AND  OZONE SUGGEST  THE FORMATION OF AT LEAST  TWO
     REACTION  INTERMEDIATES, ARGON DILUTED SAMPLES OF SULFUR  DIOXIDE  AND i
     SOTOPIC  OZONE  REVEALED  APPRECIABLE UQXYGEN  EXCHANGE ONLY AFTER  THE SAMPLE
     WAS  ALLOWED TO  STAND FOR TWO  DAYS. DETECTION OF THE  REACTIVE SPECIES PRO
     VIDES THE KINETIC  AND STRUCTURAL DATA NECESSARY TO ELUCIDATE THE  OXIDATIVE
     MECHANISM OF sos AND OTHER  POLLUTANTS SUCH  AS NITROGEN OXIDES  AND
     VINYL CHLORIDES.

-------
803524
   The primary objective of this project is to evaluate the effectiveness  and economic
impacts of alternatives for controlling the loss of sediment, nutrients, and  other
pollutants from irrigated areas.  Field work will be conducted  in  two  irrigated  areas
in southern Idaho to (1) quantify the effect of tillage, irrigation  and management
practices on the quantity and quality of return flow from irrigated  areas  and (2) eval-
uate the effectiveness of settling ponds, vegetated strips, and other  devices in re-
moving sediment and other materials from the surface runoff from irrigated fields.  Se-
lected fields and pollutant removal systems will be instrumented so that all inflows
and outflows can be continuously monitored.  Flow samples will  be  collected at regular
intervals and analyzed for sediment, nitrogen, phosphorous, and other  constituents.
Water, sediment, and nutrient balances will be established for  each  field  site.

   Enterprise and farm budgets will be developed to determine the  costs and returns
for the alternatives considered relative to their effectiveness in controlling sur-
face runoff and pollutant losses.  The aggregate effects of reducing the loss of sed-
iment and other pollutants from irrigated areas will also be determined.

-------
COMBINED MEMBRANE AND FREEZING CONCENTRATION  BLEACHING  WATERS

   START/ COMPL  DATE |     08/76 •  11/77  I  BUNDING  I  EST.  -  FY    77   /  S    2«000
    TASK/EPA  CODE 186108-054     /  R803525-04   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  S   160001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  R  H   SCOTT
   INVESTIGATORS  |    D    EASTY                    INST, OF  PAPER  CHEMISTRY
   MILEI  oa/76 -FUNDING PACKAGES SUBMITTED
         o
-------
DESIGN OF STACK SAMPLING SYSTEM WITH DILUTION

   START/ COMPU DATE t     03/75 - 03/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FV    77   /  $    25000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG712B.BD-16  / R803560-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY7b  / $   500001
   PROJECT OFFICER I K     KNAPP
   INVESTIGATORS I   R  J HEINSQHN                 PENN, STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     J  W DAVIS                    PENN, STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 06/77 -FINAL REPORT
     THE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSAL IS TO DESIGN, DEVELOP AND TEST A
     STACK SAMPLING SYSTEM IN WHICH THE SAMPLE IS DILUTED WITH AIR  IN ORDER
     TO SIMULATE SOURCE EMISSIONS AT AMBIENT CONDITIONS,  THE PERFORMANCE OF
     THE SYSTEM WILL 8E COMPARED DIRECTLY  TO THE PERFORMANCE OF A TYPICAL
      CONVENTIONAL SYSTEM, DIRECT COMPARISON TESTS WILL BE CONDUCTED TO DE
     TERMINE THE EFFECT OF DILUTION ONt (A) MASS OF  THE PARTICULATE MATTERf (Bi
      SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF THE PARTICULATE MATTERf CO  CHEMICAL
     COMPOSITION OF THE PARTICULATE MATTER,

-------
CENETIC AND CELLULAW EFFECTS OF MICROWAVE  RADIATION

   START/  CDMPL  DATE I     06/75 -  06/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST.  -  FY    77   /  $    *<>000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  |H626A-7
-------
POTENTIAL IMPACTS TO GROUND-WATER & SURFACE-WATER  QUALITY  &  QUANTITY
FROM PROPOSED ENERGY DEVELOPMENT ON THE NORTHERN CHEYENNE  RES
                                          FUNDING I  EST,  -  FY
                                         .03  (GRANT)   PRIOR
  77
FY76
/ $
 177000
«770001
START/ COMPL DATE j     06/75 - OQ/78 I
 TASK/EPA CODE IB623B-356    / R803566<
PROJECT OFFICER J J  F  MARTIN
INVESTIGATORS I   R    MQNTEAU                  NORTHERN  CHEYENNE  TRIBE
                  W  W WOESSNER                 NORTHERN  CHEYENNE  TRIBE
                  E    HEFFERN                  NORTHERN  CHEYENNE  TRIBE
MILE! 05/75 "FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
      06/75 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
      04/76 -FUNDING INCREMENT
      03/77 "FUNDING INCREMENT
      09/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
  THE NORTHERN CHEYENNE TRIBE, VIA THE  NORTHERN CHEYENNE RESEARCH PROJECT,
  DESIRES TO DEVELOP AN IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE OF THE CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL
   CHARACTER OF THE  RESERVATION WATER RESOURCES,  AND THE INTERRELATION  OF
  WATER TO OTHER RESOURCES, so THAT THE TRIBE CAN MAKE FORMAL CHOICES IN
   PLANNING COAL DEVELOPMENT, A THREE-YEAR STUDY  PLAN HAS BEGUN TOI  en
  GATHER AND INTERPRET BASELINE DATA CONCERNING THE WATER RESOURCES  AMD THE
   INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF THESE DATA TO  LAND,  BIOCQMMUNITY, SUPPLY NEEDS, AND
   ENERGY RESOURCES  OF THE RESERVATION* (2) ASCERTAIN POTENTIAL ADVERSE
  CHEMICAL, PHYSICAL, AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS TO RESERVATION WATER RESOURCES
  FROM COAL DEVELOPMENT! AND (3) DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE WATER RESOURCES
   MANAGEMENT PLAN THAT *ILL AID PRESENT AND FUTURE PLANNING FOR RESOURCES
   EXPLOITATION. STANDARD FIELD AND LABORATORY METHODOLOGY ARE BEING
  EMPLOYED IN ASSESSING THE GEOLOGY, SURFACE WATER, AND GROUND WATER OF R
  ESERVATION LANDS,  BASELINE DISCHARGE  AND WATER  QUALITY DATA COLLECTION HAS
  BEGUN FOR SIX RESERVATION STREAMS. WELL INVENTORIES, A BASIC GROUND
  WATER MONITORING PROGRAM, AND COLLECTION OF GROUND WATER QUALITY DATA HAS
  BEGUN. STRATIGRAPHIC CORRELATION OF THE REGIONAL AND LOCAL
  GEOLOGY IS COMPLETED AND POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT  PRIORITY AREAS HAVE BEEN
  SELECTED, DURING THE THIRD BUDGET PERIOD A DESCRIPTION OF POTENTIAL IMPAC
  TS TO THE SURFACE  AND GROUND WATER RESOURCES FROM MINING AND A RESERVATION
   WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PLAN WILL BE PREPARED,

-------
803592
The  objective of  the  project  is  to  build a true monitor instrument capable of
recording  the mass  distribution  of  aerosols in the laboratory and in the field.
Time constants will range  from minutes  or less for source emissions to several
hours for  unpolluted  air  (background  aerosol). A subordinate objective is to
facilitate size-selective  sampling  of particulate matter of very low airborne
concentration for subsequent  physical and chemical analysis. The design makes
use  of the concept  of  the  Stober spiral duct centrifuge for aerosols and in-
corporates a number of  quartz oscillators as size-selective mass sensors along
the  duct.  Current plans anticipate  a  prototype instrument for continuous
sampling and telemetric mass  distribution data acquisition in the size range
between 0,3 and 5 ym  diameter. Preceding studies have shown that the size range
can  be extended (0,08  to  10 um)  and that the concept of the quartz oscillator
as a sensitive piezo-electric microbalance has considerably less restrictions
when applied in a spinning spiral duct  centrifuge than under normal gravity
conditions without  size selection.

-------
CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL AIR QUALITY MEASUREMENTS

   START/ CQMPU DATE I     02/?« « 02/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77   /  $     5000
    TASK/EPA CODE |E621*»20     / R803593-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   100001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  8  CLEMENTS
   INVESTIGATORS i   B  T LEVQDIE                  AMER,  soc,  FOR TESTING  & MAT.
   MILEl 05/75 "REPORT  OF FIRST YEAR ACTIVITIES
         03/76 "REPORT  OF SECOND YEAR ACTIVITIES
         03/77 -REPORT  OF THIRD YEAR ACTIVITIES
     THE OBJECTIVE IS TO PROVIDE PARTIAL SUPPORT TO  THE  AMERICAN DELEGATION TO
     INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ORGANIZATION  TECHNICAL  COMMITTEE  H6 (AIR
     QUALITY) (ISO TC/H6), ISO TC/1U6 IS  CONCERNED  WITH  DEVELOPING INTE
     RNATIONAL STANDARD METHODS FOR AIR POLLUTION AND  THIS PROJECT  HAS PROVIDED
     TRAVEL FUNDS FOR SEVERAL AMERICAN EXPERTS TO ATTEND  INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS
     OF ISO TC/146 HELD IN EUROPE,

-------
     AUTOMATION EVALUATION
MILEi
START/ COMPL DATE |    05/75 • 05/80 I  FUNDING I  C3T.  - FY    77   /  $    8955U
 TASK/EPA CODE IC611B-7113   / S803602      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FV76  / J  1469161
PROJECT OFFICER I J F  RDE3LER
INVESTIGATORS |   R C POLTA                    METROP, WASTE CONTROL  COMM,
                  D A STULC                    METROP, WASTE CONTROL  CQMM,
                  R E RICE                     METROP, WASTE CONTROL  COMM.
            •START DATE
            •INTERMEDIATE FUNDING
            •REPORT ON PLANT STATION
            -REPORT ON SLUDGE THICKENING
            •INTERMEDIATE FUNDING
            •REPORT ON ANAEROBIC  DIGESTION
            -REPORT ON VACUUM FILTRATION
              OBJECTIVES  ARE TO DEVELOP AND DEMONSTRATE AUTOMATED CONTROL
              SLUDGE HANDLING PROCESSES USED AT WASTEWATER  TREATMENT  PLANTS
    05/75
    06/76
    07/76
    04/77
    06/77
    01/T9
    01/79
THE PROJECT
SCHEMES FOR
  AND COMPARE THEIR PERFORMANCE AND COST EFFECTIVENESS WITH CONVENTIONAL C
  ONTROL METHODS. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES FOR THE YEAR 6/22/77 TO 6/21/79 ARE AS
   FOLLOW8I (1)  COMPLETE EVALUATION OF THICKENER UNDERFLOW PUMPING CO
  NTROL SCHEME AND PREPARE PROJECT REPORT,  (2)  DEMONSTRATE AUTOMATED CONTROL
  OF A VACUUM FILTER. INITIALLY CONTROL LOOP3 THAT 00 NOT INTERACT WILL BE
  INSTITUTED SUCH AS VAT LEVEL CONTROL* VACUUM  CONTROL AND PH CONTROL OF
  BOTH THE FERRIC CHLORIDE AND LIME CONDITIONED SLUDGE,  LATER DURING THE
  YEAR SEVERAL INTEGRATED CONTROL SCHEMES WILL  BE INITIATED TO CONTROL
  CAKE MOISTURE  CONTENT AND DRY SOLIDS PRODUCTION RATE,  A MINI COMPUTER SY
  STEM IS CURRENTLY BEING CONSTRUCTED TO MONITOR SYSTEM  PERFORMANCE AND TAKE
  CONTROL ACTION AS REQUIRED, (3) DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT AN INTEGRATED
  CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE MULTIPLE HEARTH INCINERATOR USED TO BURN THE CAKE
  PRODUCED IN (2) ABOVE, ALL WORK WILL BE CARRIED OUT AT TREATMENT FACILIU
  ES CURRENTLY OPERATING AND UNDER THE CONSTRAINT THAT NO ADVERSE EFFECTS ON
  EFFLUENT QUALITY ARE ALLOWABLE,

-------
803603
      This project proposes to (a) collate and  evaluate available information and data
on irrigation tailwater production, its quality and reuse potentials, (b) carry out
field studies to develop data not now available regarding tailwater flow and salinity
and suspended matter in the Sacramento and San  Joaquin Valleys of California,
(c) determine least cost combination of agricultural production and labor, capital,
irrigation water, and tailwater management, and (d)  integrate scientific, engineering,
and economic appraisals to recommend the best practicable technology for irrigation
tailwater management.

-------
CLADOPHORA MEASUREMENTS USING REMOTE  SENSING

   START/ COMPL DATE I     01/75 - U/77  I  FUNDING  I  EST.  •  FY    77   /  S     3980
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IN608A-019     / R8036U      (GRANT)   PRJOR   FY76  /  S   527511
   PROJECT OFFICER I M  U  MiJLLIN
   INVESTIGATORS  |    C  T WEZERNAK                 ENVIRONMENTAL  RES,  INST.  MICH
   MILEI  oi/78  -FINAL REPORT  DUE
     THE  OBJECTIVES  OF  THE PROJECT  ARE TO  DEVELOP  AND/OR  DEMONSTRATE  REMOTE
     SENSING  TECHNIQUES FOR MAPPING CLADOPHORA  USING PASSIVE  MULTISPECTRAL
     SCANNER  DATA  COLLECTED FROM LOW  AIRCRAFT  ALTITUDES*  AND  TO  DEFINE THE  CA
     PABILITY OF PASSIVE MULTISPECTRAL REMOTE  SENSING  FOR ESTIMATING  CLADQPHQRA
      BIOMASS,  REMOTE SENSING AND SUPPORTING  FIELD DATA WILL  BE  COLLECTED
     DURING JUNE  1975 OVER A  5 KM STUDY  AREA  ALONG THE SHORELINE OF LAKE  0
     NTARIO AT  A LOCATION NEAR ROCHESTER*  NEW  YORK,  PROCESSING OF MULTISPECTRAL
     SCANNER  DATA  WILL  INCLUDE BOTH ANALOG AND  DIGITAL TECHNIQUES TO  SHOW THE
      DISTRIBUTION  QF CLADOPHORA AND  TO  RELATE  SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS
      TO  STANDING  CROP,

-------
NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS REACTIONS IN OVERLAND FLOW  OF  WASTEWATER

   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77 • 08/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY   77/1    58899
    TASK/EPA CODE iL6iic-<»9     / Rsos&u.oa  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  s    876501
   PROJECT OFFICER I B  E  BLE080E
   INVESTIGATORS |   W  H PATRICK                  LOUISIANA STATE UNIV.'  SYSTEMS
                     R  A KHALID                   LOUISIANA STATE UNIV.  SYSTEMS
   MILEg 10/78 -FINAL PROJECT REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVES OF  THIS PROPOSAL ARE TO FIND  OUT HOW  RAPIDLY, HOW COMPL
     ETELY,  AND BY WHAT MECHANISM NITROGEN IN WASTEWATER  IS CONVERTED TO ATMOSP
     HERIC NITROGEN AND NITROUS OXIDE DURING OVERLAND  FLOW  OVER GRASSED  SOU  SU
     RFACE8, AND TO DETERMINE THE MECHANISMS BY WHICH  ORTHOPHOSPHATE  IS  REMOVED
     FROM WASTEWATER DURING OVERLAND FLOW, THE APPROACH TO  BE  USED  TO STUDY
     NITROGEN BEHAVIOR  is TO EMPLOY  SMALL»SCALE COMPLETELY  ENCLOSED SYSTEMS
     CONSTRUCTED FROM PLEXIGLAS THAT CONTAIN THE  SOIL*PLANT«ATMQSP
     HERE SYSTEM AND TO ADD N-IS LABELLED  AMMONIUM  TO  THE OVERLAND  FLOW  WATER A
     ND  TRACE ITS REACTIONS USING AN I80TOPE»RATIO  MASS SPECTROMETER. PHOSPHATE
      30RPTION UNDER AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS  WILL  BE  EVALUATED
     BY  MEANS OF THE LANGMUIR EQUATION.  THE KINETICS OF PHOSPHATE SORPTION WILL
      ALSO BE DETERMINED FOR THE TWO AERATION CONDITIONS, RESULTS TO  DATE  SHOW
     THAT LABELLED NITROGEN DOES UNDERGO SEQUENTIAL  NITRIFICATI
     QN.DENITRIFICATIQN REACTIONS THAT  CONVERTS AMMONIUM  TO NITRATE AND  THEN  TO
     NITROGEN GAS DURING OVERLAND FLOW,

-------
OR6ANJC N-CHLOP.O COMPOUNDS IN CHLORINATION  OF  WATER  SUPPLIES

   START/ CQMPL  DATE  i     02/75  •  12/77  i FUNDING  i  EST,  •  FY    77   /  s    iaooo
    TASK/EPA  CODE IC614A-7190   /  R803631      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S   5Z9151
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  E     KATZ
   INVESTIGATORS  |    J  C  MORRIS                    HARVARD UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  0«/76 -ELUCIDATION  OF CHLORINE  RX  WITH  ORGANIC NITROGENOUS  CMP8
         oe/76 -ELUCIDATION  OF HALOFORM  PRODUCTION IN  THESE REACTIONS
         01/77 -RATE  STUDIES
         05/77 -INITIAL PROGRESS IN  IDENTITY AND ISOLATION  OF  CMPS  IN  WATER  SUP
    FORMATION OF N-CHLORD COMPOUNDS 8Y  THE REACTION OF AQUEOUS  CHLORINE  WITH
    NITROGENOUS  ORGANIC  MATERIAL  IN WATER  SUPPLIES  is  BEING INVESTIGATE
    D. THE OBJECT  IS TO  ASSESS  AND  DETERMINE  THE  EFFECTS THE  FORMATION OF SUCH
     COMPOUNDS MAY HAVE  ON  ANALYTICAL DETERMINATIONS OF FREE  AND COMBINED
    CHLORINE IN  TREATED  WATERS  AND  RELATIONS  OF THEIR  FORMATION TO  THE 01
    SINFECTING PROCESS ITSELF.  TWO  APPROACHES ARE BEING USEDl  (1) REACTIONS OF
     SINGLE  ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS THOUGHT LIKELY  TO BE  PRESENT IN  SURFACE WATERS
    i  INCLUDING  PYRIMIDINES, PURINES AND PYRRQLIC COMPOUNDS,  ARE BEING STUDIED
     INDIVIDUALLY! (2) SEPARATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF NITROGENOUS
    ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS FROM  TYPICAL  SURFACE WATERS IS BEING ATTEMPTED, THE
    MOST INTERESTING FINDING TO DATE IS THAT  CYTOSINE  REACTS  TO FORM  A MONO
    N.CHLORO DERIVATIVE  WITH REACTIVITY LIKE  THAT OF DICHLQRAMINE, NHCL2, AND
    AN N,N.DICHLOR DERIVATIVE WITH  REACTIVITY LIKE THAT OF
    MONOCHLORAMlNEr NH2CL*

-------
803634
     It is the objective of this project to develop a strategy of  insect
control in which a complex of closely-related species (apple pests) is
controlled with a defined mixture of pheromone components.  A number of
species, e.g. the redbanded, obliquebanded, threelined and fruittrees
leafroller moths, use the same pheromone components but in different
ratios and with the addition of other components.  Tests will be conducted
to define the effect on pheromone trap orientation by permeating the air
with each component alone and then in certain mixtures.  The best  disrup-
tant will be used in pilot studies in which flight orientation and mating
efficiency are monitored.  If positive results are obtained, the method
will be used in a pest management project now underway in New York apple
orchards.  Pheromone components will be emitted from hollow fibers.

-------
   STUDY OF NUTRIENT CONTROL IN A. MULTI-CELL LAGOON

START/ COMPL DATE I    06/75 • 12/78 I  FUNDING I  E3Tt  - FY   77  / S   50530
 TASK/EPA CODE IC611B-7055   / R605637      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY75 / S  1068321
PROJECT OFFICER I E J  OPATKEN
INVESTIGATORS I   W   ENSEL                    CHARLES CO, COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MILEl 07/75 -GRANT AWARD - START OF BASELINE DATA
      08/76 "START OF PHOSPHORUS CONTROL*  COMPLETE  BASELINE DATA
      08/77 -START OF AMMQNIA CONVERSION TO NITRATE
      08/77 -RELOCATE ALUM ADDITION FROM CELL #3  TO CELL *1
  THE PRINCIPAL OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT  IS THE  DEVELOPMENT OF RELIABLE
  TECHNIQUES CONSISTENT WITH THE BASIC  SIMPLICITY OF LAGOON OPERATION FOR
  REMOVING PHOSPHORUS AND UNOXIDIZED NITROGEN FROM  LAGOON EFFLUENTS. TWO
   IN-CELL INJECTION POINTS WILL BE EVALUATED TO  DETERMINE THE POTENTIAL OF
  ALUM ADDITION FOR EFFICIENTLY REMOVING PHOSPHORUS FROM WASTEWATER BEING
  PROCESSED IN A THREE-CELL COMBINED AERATED/FACULTATIVE LAGOON. A
  8IDE3TREAM OF EFFLUENT FROM THE LAST  CELL OF THIS TEST LAGOON WILL 8E
  DIVERTED THROUGH A PLASTIC-MEDIA TRICKLING FILTER TOWER TO EVALUATE THE
  POTENTIAL FOR ACHIEVING NITRIFICATION WITH THIS TYPE OF SECOND STAGE
  BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT, THE SECONDARY OBJECTIVE IS  THE ACQUISITION OF
  RELIABLE LONG-TERM DATA FROM WELL DESIGNED AND  WELL  OPERATED THREE-CELL
  COMBINED AERATED/FACULTATIVE LAGOON NOT  RECEIVING ALUM ADDITION WHICH WILL
  BE  OPERATED IN PARALLEL WITH THE TEST SYSTEM AND  SERVE AS A CONTROL. ASSE
  SSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF ALUM ADDITION, NOT ONLY ON PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL, BUT
   ALSO ON SUSPENDED SOLIDS AND ORGANIC REMOVALS, AND  DETER
  MINATION OF ADDITIONAL COST AND OPERATING REQUIREMENTS NECESSITATED BY THE
  NUTRIENT CONTROL PROCEDURES ARE ADDITIONAL OBJECTIVES,

-------
DETERMINE HEAUTH EFFECTS DATA AND PREPARE CRITERIA DOCUMENT  RECOMMENDING
 DRINKING WATER STANDARD FOR MOLYBDENUM
   START/ COMPl DATE t     04/75 • 07/75 I FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  S   159000
    TASK/EPA CODE lD614B«05b    / R803645-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  /  S  1988061
   PROJECT OFFICER » P     HEFFERNAN
   INVESTIGATORS i   w  R CHAPPELU                 UNIV, OF  COLORADO
                     W  R CHAPPELL                 SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INC.
                     C    SOLOMONS                 UNIV, OF  COLORADO
                     P    XALRAVEN3                UNIV, OF  COLORADO
                     P    WINSTON                  UNIV, OF  COLORADO
                     R    MOURE                    UNIV, OF  COLORADO
   MREl 06/75 -SYMPOSIUM ON MO IN ENVIRONMENT
         OU/76 -MQ CONTENT IN BLOOD & TISSUE OF VOLUNTEERS
         10/76 -BEGIN BIOAVAILABILITY OF MO, COMPLETE  RAT STRESS STUDIES
         oa/77 -BEGIN CLINICAL BALANCE STUDIES
         to/77 -FINAL REPORT ON LAB ANIMALS STUDIES
         04/78 -COMPLETE DRAFT OF CRITERIA DOCUMENT
         07/78 -CRITERIA DOCUMENT COMPLETE
     MOLYBDENUM IS AN ELEMENT WHICH IS A MICRONUTRIENT FOR  PLANTS IN THAT IT
     PLAYS A CRUCIAL ROLE IN SOME FLAVQENZYMES, AT SUFFICIENTLY HIGH RATES OF
     INTAKE MO is TOXIC TO URGANISMSI RUMINANTS ARE MUCH MORE  SENSITIVE THAN
     NONRijMINANTS, THE  ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATES PRODUCE ESSENTIALLY ALL THE  U.S.
      MOLYBDENUM, MUCH  OF THIS PRODUCT is PROCESSED AND USED IN EASTERN
     U.S. THE OCCURRENCE OF SIGNIFICANTLY ELEVATED LEVELS OF MO IN  DR
     INKING WATER DUE TO INDUSTRIAL SOURCES HAS BEEN DOCUMENTED AND STORET DATA
     INDICATES THAT THIS OCCURRENCE is NOT CONFINED TO THE  ROCKY MOUNTAIN
     REGION, THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS RESEARCH ARE TO CONTINUE TO DETERMINE THE H
     EALTH EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO MO IN DRINKING WATER? FOODi  AND AS RESPIRABLI
      DUST IN INDUSTRIAL PROCESSING PLANTS? AND TO PREPARE  A CRITERIA DOC
     UMENT RECOMMENDING STANDARDS FQR DRINKING WATER,  SPECIFICALLY, THE PROGRAM
     IS IN THE PROCESS  OF DETERMINING THE AVERAGE INTAKE OF MO IN THE TOTAL
     HUMAN DIET, RANGES SET FROM PREVIOUS RESEARCH ARE BEING USED TO
     ESTABLISH THE MOST USEFUL SAMPLING AREAS, LABORATORY WQRK ON RATS IS BEING
     DONE TO DETERMINE  RELATIVE ABSORPTION OF MO IN FOOD AND WATER* AND THUS
     ASCERTAIN RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TISSUE LEVELS OF MO AND PHYSIOLOG
     ICAL EFFECTS, METHODS ARE BEING DEVELOPED TO ESTABLISH A CONSTANT THAT CAN
     BE USED TO TRANSPOSE EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS OF METABOLISM OF MO IN RATS TO
     THAT OF HUMANS, LEVELS OF RESPIRA8LE DUST EXPOSURE OF WORKERS IN MO P
     RDCESSING MILLS ARE BEING DETERMINED BY STUDYING CONCENTRATIONS  IN VARIOUS
     AREAS OF MO PLANTS, PREDICTIONS OF DEPOSITION AND RETENTION OF INHALATION
     EXPOSURE ARE PROJECTED, ANALYSE-S OF METABOLIC DATA ON PLATELETS AND RED
     BLOOD CELLS FROM CONTROLS AND INDIVIDUALS EXPOSED TO MO IN DIET AND IN
     INDUSTRIAL MILLS ARE BEING CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES."

-------
IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTIFICATION
MUNICIPAL DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76 «
    TASK/EPA CODE |D61UB.O«8    /
   PROJECT OFFICER I N  E  COLEMAN
   INVESTIGATORS I   A  W SMALLEY
                     M  M FONTENOT
   MILEl  09/76 -QUARTERLY REPORT*
               •QUARTERLY REPQRTi
                         OF NONVOLATILE ORGANIC SUBSTANCES IN

                         06/78 I FUNDING I  EST. « FY   77  / S   11916
                         R803650-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S   123301
     THE
09/76
01/T7
01/77
03/77
06/77
06/76
MAIN
                                    SOUTHERN UNIV,
                                    SOUTHERN UNIV,
                    SOLUBILITY STUDY INITIATED AND
                    LIQUID CHRQMAT06RAPM DELIVERED
A & M COLLEGE
A & M COLLEGE
COMPLETED
AND INSTALLED
  REVERSE OSMOSIS CRO) RESIDUE SAMPLE ANALYZED
  QUARTERLY REPORT,  A CINCINNATI RQ WATER SAMPLE WAS SENT FOR MET
  YEARLY REPORT, ANALYSIS OF CINCINNATI RO SAMPLE IN PROGRESS
  FINAL REPORT DUE SHOWING METHODOLOGY FOR CHARACTERIZING NONVOLA
OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO DEVELOP METHODOLOGY TO ANALYZE
     WATER  SAMPLES  FDR  THE  NONVOLATILE  ORGANIC  COMPONENTS,  NAMELY,  THOSE
     COMPONENTS  THAT  ARE  NOT  AMENABLE  TO GAS  CHRQMATOGRAPHY,  THE
     LIQUID CHROMATQGRAPH SYSTEM,  wITH  THE UV-REFRACTOMETER DETECTOR,  WILL BE
     USED  TO ANALYZE  RESIDUE  SAMPLES  RESULTING  FROM  REVERSE OSMOSIS CONCEN
     TRATE8, WATER  SUPPLY SAMPLES  FROM  THE BATON  ROUGE  SYSTEMS  WILL BE ANALYZED
     FOR  THEIR  NONVOLATILE  ORGANIC CONTENT,  IN  THE  INTERM OF  WAITING FOR THE
     LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPH TO  BE DELIVERED AND INSTALLED,  BATON  ROUGE WATER WAS
     ANALYZED BY GC USING A CARBON ADSORPTION TECHNIQUE,  A  SOLUBILITY  STUDY OF
     A REVERSE  OSMOSIS  (RO) CONCENTRATE WAS  INITIATED TO  FIND SOLVENT  SYSTEMS
     WHICH  WOULD EFFECT TOTAL AND  PARTIAL DISSOLUTION OF  THE  RESIDUE.  SUCH
      SYSTEMS WOULD BE  DIRECTLY APPLICABLE TO THE SOLVENT SYSTEMS  OF THE LIQUID
      CHROMATOGRAPH.  THE  LC WAS DELIVERED AND INSTALLED IN  JANUARY
     1977.  AN UPDATED RO  SAMPLE OF CINCINNATI WATER  WAS COLLECTED  FOR
     ANALYSIS ON THIS SYSTEM  IN MARCH  1
-------
ANALYTICAL SUPPORT (TRACE METAL ANALYSIS)  FDR BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

   START/ COMPL DATE i     07/77 - 09/77 i  FUNDING i  EST, • FY   77  /$
    TASK/EPA CODE IH6018«7125   / R803651«20  (GRANT)   PRIOR  PY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I J     SIGSBY
   INVESTIGATORS f   T  H RlSBY                    UNIV, OF PENNSYLVANIA
   MILEl  10/76 -INITIATE SAMPLE GENERATION AND ANALYZE SAMPLES SENT ON AS»NEEDE
     CHARACTERIZATION OF ULTRA-TRACE SUBSTANCES (E.G.  RH, IR, PT»  PD,  NI,  BE)
     FOR  MATERIALS CONTEMPLATED FOR USE IN BIOLOGICAL  TEST SYSTEMS, MANY SA
     MPLES OF PAffTICULATE GENERATED BY THE VARIOUS PROJECTS IN THE AUTOMOTIVE  E
     MISSION CHARACTERIZATION PROGRAM ARE  OF EXTREMELY SMALL MASS? THIS MASS IS
      SUITABLE FOR IN VITRO BIQASSAY, FOR  EXAMPLE* BUT THE SAMPLE  SIZE IS
     NOT  SUFFICIENT TO  APPLY STANDARD ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR
     COMPONENTS IN MANY CASES, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE ACCURATE CHARACTERIZATION
     DATA ON THESE VERY SMALL SAMPLES* NON«ROUTINE ANALYSIS SUCH AS CHEMICAL
     IONIZATION MASS SPECTRQMETRY IS NECESSARY FOR PROPER INTERPRETATION OF
     BIOLOGICAL TEST RESULTS,

-------
TRUCK WASHING TERMINAL WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL

   START/ COHPL  DATE I    06/75  -  0«/78 I  FUNDING  I  EST.  •  FY    77   /  $    5«000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IB610B.049    /  S803656-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S  1900001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I R J   TURNER
   INVESTIGATORS  i    j E  OBRIEN                    MATLACK INCORPORATED
   MILEl  05/75 -FUNDING PACKAGE  SUBMITTED
         06/75 -AWARD FUNDS
         06/77 -DRAFT FINAL  REPORT
         07/77 -AMENDMENT (CHEMICAL  OXIDATION  STUDY)
         11/77 -PUBLISH FINAL  REPORT
         0«/78 -COMPLETE  PROJECT
         04/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THIS PROJECT WILL DEMONSTRATE  IN FULL-SCALE  A PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL
      TREATMENT  PROCESS FOR  THE  TREATMENT  OF WASTEWATERS  GENERATED  DURING THE
     INTERNAL WASHING OF  TANK  TRUCKS. THE  ECONOMICS  AND EFFECTIVENESS  OF EACH
      OF  THE  UNIT PROCESSES  TO BE  UTILIZED,  I.E.,  SEDIMENTATION,  AIR FLOTATION,
      FILTRATION, CARSON  ADSORPTION, AND BIOLOGICAL  TREATMENT,  WILL BE
     DETERMINED, TH£ FEASIBILITY OF  REUSING  THE TREATED WASTEWATER  AND RECLAIM
     ING  THE  OILY FRACTIONS  AS FUEL  WILL ALSO  BE  STUDIED, THE  PROJECT  WILL ALSO
      INVESTIGATE THE OCCURRENCE OF  TOXIC  MATERIALS.  A  QUALITATIVE  AND Q
     UANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT  OF OCCURRENCE  FROM TANK  TRUCK CLEANINGS AND  CONTROL
     USING  THE TECHNOLOGY UNDER  INVESTIGATION  WILL BE UNDERTAKEN,

-------
AEROSOL DYNAMICS

   START/ CQMPL DATE I     04/75 . OS/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  .  FY    77   /  $    50964
    TASK/EPA CODE I0603A-AE.09  / R803660-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   ««0001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J     DURHAM
   INVESTIGATORS |   J  R BROCK                    UNIV,  DP  TEXAS
   MlLEi  09/80 -REPORT  ON DEVEUOPMENT OF AEROSOL  FORMATION  AND GROWTH  MODEL
     OBJECTIVE OF STUDY IS THE CORRELATION OF  OBSERVATIONS  OF  AEROSOL  SIZE AND
     COMPOSITION DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE ATMOSPHERE  AND IN  SMOG CHAMBERS  WITH THE
      THEORY OF AEROSOL DYNAMICS THROUGH MATHEMATICAL  DESCRIPTIONS  AND
     NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE BASIC GROWTH  PROCESS  OF  PARTICULAR MATTER,  cu
     RRENTLY SIMULATION HAS BEEN ACHIEVED  OF URBAN POLLUTANT EPISODE CONDITIONS
     USING K THEORY  FOR PARTICULATE  MATTER.  WORK  IS  UNDERWAY TO INCLUDE
     SIMULATION OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES OCCURRING  IN THE ATMOSPHERE,

-------
APPLICATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF EUTROPHICATION PLANNING MODELS  FOR  LAKE
ONTARIO
   START/ COMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CQDE IN608A
   PROJECT OFFICER I W  L
   INVESTIGATORS I
R
J
D
W
c
  05/75  •  04/78  I
.007     /  R803680
  RICHARDSON
 THQMANN

 JERIS
 OCQNNOR
 MATYSTIK
 BARTONE
 LAKE-3  MODEL OF LAKE
 DEVELOPMENT PHASE OF
                     FUNDING I  EST, • FY
                         (GRANT)  PRIOR
                                                             77
                                                           FY76
 / S
/ S
 157576
1273861
                                               MANHATTAN COLLEGE
                                               MANHATTAN COLLEGE
                                               MANHATTAN COLLEGE
                                               MANHATTAN COLLEGE
                                               MANHATTAN COLLEGE
MILEi 01/78 -COMPLETE LAKE-J MODEL OF LAKE ONTARIO AND REPORT
      01/76 -COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT PHASE OF ROCHESTER EMBAYMENT MODEL
      03/78 -REFINE ROCHESTER EMBAYMENT MODEL-PHASE 11
      03/78 -COMPLETE EUTROPHICATION MODEL FRAMEWORK FOR LAKE MICHIGAN
      03/78 -CONCEPTUALIZE MULTI-SPECIES MODEL FOR LAKE ONTARIO
      01/78 -INITIAL REPORT IN ECO SERIES REPORT
      03/78 -VERIFY AND REFINE LAKE.l MODEL TO 8 YEARS DATA FOR LAKE ONTARIO
  THE PRIMARY EFFORT TO DATE ON THE MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF EUTROPHICATION
  IN LAKE ONTARIO HAS BEEN DIRECTED TOWARDS SEVERAL AR£AS| A) INITIAL
  SENSITIVITY RUNS USING THE LAKE, 3 MQDELf B) EXTENSIVE COMPILATION, REDU
  CTION AND PLOTTING OF THE IFYGL DATA BASEl C) COMPLETION OF A VERIFICATION
   ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK FOR THE LAKE 3 MQDELl D) DEVELOPMENT AND PRELI
  MINARY VERIFICATION OF A MODEL OF ROCHESTER EMBAYMENTI EJ REDUCTION AND AN
  ALYSIS OF DATA ON PHYTOPLANKTON GROUP FOR A MULTI-SPECIE MQOELI A DETAILED
   AND INTENSIVE INVESTIGATION USING A THREE-DIMENSIONAL REPRESENTATION OF
   PHYTOPLANKTON GROWTH IN LAKE ONTARIO (LAKE 3) IS ONE OF THE 08
  JECTIVES OF THESE EFFORTS. THE LAKE WIDE LAKE 1 MODEL WHICH PREVIOUSLY HAS
  BEEN VERIFIED AND USED FOR LAKE WIDE SIMULATION WILL BE USED TO FURTHER
  DEVELOP THE KINETIC INTERACTIONS, PARTICULAR EMPHASIS WILL BE PLACED ON AN
  ANALYSIS WILL PROVIDE INSIGHT INTO THE EFFECT OF "LONG TERM" MODEL
  COEFFICIENTS (SINKING RATE AND NUTRIENT LOSSES) ON PHYTOPLANKTON DYNAMICS.
  WORK WILL ALSO BEGIN ON A FIRST CONCEPTUALIZATION OF A MODEL OF HAZARDOUS
   SUBSTANCES AND THE INTERACTION OF SUCH A MODEL WITH THE BIOMASS MODELS OF
   LAKE I AND LAKE 3,

-------
EFFECTS OF S02 AND NOX ON THE SOIL ECOSYSTEM

   START/ CQMPL DATE |    07/77 • 06/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / $   4&000
    TASK/EPA CODE IM602A-Q01    / R8Q3691-Q3  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   901501
   PROJECT OFFICER I B    LIGHTHART
   INVESTIGATORS |   M   ALEXANDER                CORNELL UNIVERSITY
                     R S WODZINSKI                CORNELL UNIVERSITY
                     D P LABEDA                   CORNELL UNIVERSITY
   MILEI 06/78 -FINAL REPDRT
     THE INFLUENCE UF CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE  TO 5 PPM NOS ON NITRITE METABOLISM
     AND NITRIFYING POPULATIONS WILL BE EVALUATED USING SOILS WITH A WIDE RANGE
      OF PH VALUES, EXPERIMENTS WILL 8E CONDUCTED TO ASSESS THE EFFECTS OF
      CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE OF SOILS TO AN ATMOSPHERE  CONTAINING LOW LEVELS OF
     BOTH 802 AND NQ2 TO DETERMINE IF THERE IS A SYN£RGISM. SEVERAL AGRICULTU
     RAL SOILS WILL BE SUBJECTED TO A LONG-TERM EXPOSURE  TO 1 PPM 302 AND PQSSI
     BLY LOW LEVELS OF N02 TO DETERMINE WHETHER SOLUBILIZATION OF CATIONS TAKES
     PLACE. THE INFLUENCE OF 302, N02» AND THEIR SOLUBILITY PRODUCTS ON
      AMMQNIUM.OXIDIZING AND NITRITE-OXIDIZING AUTOTROPHIC BACTERIA
     WILL BE EVALUATED. FOR THIS PURPOSE/  RESPIROMETRIC TECHNIQUES WILL BE EMP
     LOVED." ADDITIONAL STUDIES WILL BE PERFORMED TO  EVALUATE IN MQRE DETAIL THE
     IMPACT OF BOTH 802 AND NOX ON THE NITROGEN.FIXING ACTIVITY OF BLUf.GREEN
     ALGAE INDIGENOUS TO MANY SOILS, SEVERAL NITROGEN-FIXING BACTERIA
     WILL BE INVESTIGATED TO ESTABLISH WHETHER THESE POLLUTANTS SUPPRESS
     NITROGEN FIXATION BY HETEROTROPHIC POPULATIONS. FURTHERMORE* THE MECHANISM
      BY WHICH BISULFITE AND NITRITE INHIBIT BLUE-GREEN ALGAE WILL BE EXPLORED.

-------
sruor OF INTERFACE PROBLEMS IN SAMPLING AND MEASUREMENT  OF  PARTICIPATE
POLLUTANTS IN HOT STACK GASES
   START/ COMPL DATE t     00/77 • 05/79 I  FUNDING  I  EST,  »  FY    77   /  S    30000
    TASK/EPA  CODE IG712B-BA-28  / R803692-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7b  / $    300001
   PROJECT OFFICER I •     KMAPP
   INVESTIGATORS i   o  A I.UMDGREN                 STATE  UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA,  SYS.
   MILEl  10/77 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! THE, OBJECTIVE OF THIS  RESEARCH  IS TO  STUDY THE  INTERFACE
     PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH EXTRACTIVE SAMPLING  AND  MEASUREMENT OF
     PARTICULATE POLLUTANTS IN HOT STACK GASES,  APPROACHi  A CAREFUL STUDY AND
     ANALYSIS OF KNOWN  OR SUSPECTED PROBLEM AREAS  WILL FIRST  BE  UNDERTAKEN,  C
     ERTAIN  IMPORTANT PROBLEM AREAS WILL BE SELECTED AND  STUDIED EXPERIMENTALLY
     IN  ORDER TO DEFINE AND UNDERSTAND  THE CAUSES, SOLUTIONS  TO  OR  WAYS
      TO  MINIMIZE THESE PROBLEMS  WILL  THEN BE  FOUND  AND  DESCRIBED,  PRO
     GRESSl  A STUDY  OF  PROBLEM AREAS HAS BEEN  MADE,  PARTICULATE  SAMPLING ERRORS
     DUE  TO  TANGENTIAL  FLOW HAVE  BEEN  EXPERIMENTALLY STUDIED  IN  THE LABO
     RATORY,  A REPOKT ENTITLED "ISOKINETIC SAMPLING  OF TURBULENT AND TANGENTIAL
     FLOW STREAMS" HAS  BEEN PREPARED AND SUBMITTED TO  E,P,Af  AN  EXPERIMENTAL
     EVALUATION OF IN«STAC* IMPACTORS  IS NOW BEING CONDUCTED,

-------
NEW POTATO STARCH/PROTEIN PRODUCTION PROCESS
   START/ CQMPL DATE I    07/75 • 03/79 |  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  /  S   ^1000
    TASK/EPA CODE 136108-109    / R803712-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S   590001
   PROJECT OFFICER I H H  THOMPSON
   INVESTIGATORS I   J R ROSENAU
                     L F WHITNEY
   MILEl 07/75 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         07/75 -AWARD FUNDS
         ofe/77 -FUNDING INCREMENT
         03/79 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     WORK TO DATE HAS RESULTED IN A PROCESS
     STARCH, PULP,
AND PROTEIN MEAL.  THE
   THAT
PROCESS
                               UNIV,  OF  MASSACHUSETTS
                               UNIV.  OF  MASSACHUSETTS
SEPARATES CULL POTATOES INTO
DOES NOT GENERATE EFFLUENTS
     OF HIGH BOD, OBJECTIVES FOR THE FINAL YEAR INCLUDE GENERATION OF A PLANT
      DESIGN AND COST ANALYSIS AND THE FOLLOWING PROOF.OF-CONCEPT EXPERIMENTSl
     1) DEMONSTRATION THAT PULP DRYING IS NOT IMPAIRED BY CODRYING OF PULP
     AND DEPROTEINATED JUICE. 2) DEMONSTRATION THAT REGENERATION HEATING OF
     JUICE TO PRODUCE PROTEIN COAGULATION DOES NOT PRODUCE EXCESSIVE HEAT E
     XCHANGER FOULING, 3) DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECT OF PROTEIN COAGULATION PH
     (IN THE RANGE OF 4-6) ON THE PROTEIN MEAL SOLANINE CONTENT, «) CONFIRMAT
     ION THAT RAPID HEAT COAGULATION OF THE PROTEIN PRODUCES A MEAL WITH LYSINE
      AVAILABILITY AND PROTEIN DIGESTABILITY COMPARABLE TO SOY BEAN PROTEIN
     MEAL. THE OBJECTIVES WILL BE ACHIEVED THROUGH PILOT SCALE (ABOUT 1000
     POUNDS OF POTATOES PER RUN) PROCESSING OF CULL POTATOES INTO THE
     VARIOUS OUT MATERIALS,

-------
EVALUATION OF EXISTING GRDUMDWATER  BASIN  MANAGEMENT  MODELS

   START/ COHPL  DATE I    00/00  - 00/00  I  FUNDING  I  EST .  -  FY    77   /  S    10750
    TA9K/EPA  CODE  IL609B«62      / R603713-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY75  / $    750561
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  J w   KEELEY
   INVESTIGATORS i    F   FRENKIEL                  SCIENTIFIC COMM,  ON  PROS.  ENV
                     F   FRENKIEL                  U.S.  NAVY
                     R E  MUNN                      ATMOSPHERIC  ENVIRON, SERVICE
   MILEI  12/77 •GLOBAL GROUNDWATER  MODELS  EVALUATION
     GRQUNDWATER BASIN MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALLY  MUST RELY ON  FOUR  ASPECTS  OF
     MODELING WHICH  COMBINE  TO DESCRIBE THE  SUBSURFACE  SYSTEM  NATURALLY  AND  AS
      IT  RESPONDS TO  STRESSES  IMPOSED  BY  MANAGEMENT,  THE  FIRST WILL  ALLOW  THE
     PREDICTION  OF  CHANGES IN  GROUNDWATER  FLOW  IN  RESPONSE  TO  ALTERATION TO  THE
      SYSTEM, THE THIRD ASPECT IS CONCERNED  WITH THE  MOVEMENT  OF POLLUTANTS
      IN  RESPONSE TO  ALTERNATIONS OF THE  HYDRAULIC SYSTEM,  THE FOURTH
     ADDRESSES THE  MOVEMENT  OF FLUIDS  AND  CONTAMINANTS  IN THE  UN8ATURATED  ZONE,
      THE  OBJECT OF  THIS  PROJECT IS TO EVALUATE EXISTING  MODELS  OF  EACH  OF
     THESE ASPECTS  IN  ORDER  TO JUDGE THE  STATE  OF  KNOWLEDGE AND  TO  POINT OUT
      AREAS ON A SOUND AND LOGICAL  BASIS,  INDIRECTLY, THE PROJECT MAY
     PROVIDE  GUIDELINES FOR  OPTIMIZING THE DESIGN  OF  MONITORING  NETWORK,

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF A USER'S MANUAL FOR THE ARM AND NFS MODELS
   START/ COMPL DATE |     Ob/75 • 09/77 J  FUNDING I  EST.  « FY    77  /  $    25000
    TASK/EPA CODE IK617B-OU    / R8Q3722-Q2  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   900001
   PROJECT OFFICER I L  A  MuLKEY
   INVESTIGATORS |   N  H CRAWFORD
                     B  A KRAEGER
                     w  H wA&GY
                     J  R HUNT
                     A  S QONIGIAN
                     D  C 8EYERLEIN
   MILEl  06/75 -START PROJECT
         11/77 "PUBLICATION OF USER MANUAL
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS EFFORT IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPREHENSIVE  USER'S
     GUIDE FOR RELEASE  WITH THE EPA AGRICULTURAL RUNOFF MANAGEMENT MODEL (ARM)
     AND  THE EPA NON-POINT SOURCE MODEL (NPS),  THE MANUAL WILL INCLUDE GUIDANCE
      FOR CALIBRATION*  PARAMETER ESTIMATION METHODOLOGIES AND  DATA, AND  MODEL
     USE  METHODOLOGY, THE MANUAL WILL BE MADE GENERALLY AVAILABLE ALONG  WITH
     COPIES OF THE SOURCE CODE A3 REQUESTED,
HYDROCOMP INCORPORATED
HYDROCOMP INCORPORATED
HYDROCOMP INCORPORATED
HYDRQCQMP INCORPORATED
HYDROCOMP INCORPORATED
HYDROCOMP INCORPORATED

-------
DEVELOP/DEMONSTRATE GUIDELINES  FOR  SEDIMENT  AND  EROSION CONTROL
TECHNIQUES FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION SITES
   START/ COMPL DATE |    07/73 - 06/78  I  FUNDING  I EST. • FY   77  / S   60991
    TASK/EPA  CODE  iC6iiA«7ioa    / seo372«      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY75 / $   1890001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I H E   MASTERS
   INVESTIGATORS |    F T  CARUCCIO                  UNIV, OF SOUTH  CAROLINA
   MILEl  05/75 -START
         03/77 "COMPLETE  FIELD  DATA COLLECTION
         10/77 -COMPLETE  SNJRL  EVALUATION
         06/78 -COMPLETION
     THE  MAIN  OBJECTIVE IS TO DEMONSTRATE  THE  EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF
     VARIOUS  SEDIMENT  CONTROL MEASURES IN  A  REPRESENTATIVE PRISTINE SITE
     LOCATED  IN THE  SOUTHEAST PIEDMONT AND SCHEDULED FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT,
     INCLUDED  WILL  8E  THE  EVALUATION  OF  A  SwiRL  UNIT AT A CONSTRUCTION SHE FOR
     SAND AND  GRID  HEMOVAL,  THE DATA  DERIVED FROM  THIS STUDY WILL BE PRESENTED
     IN GUIDELINE FORM, APPLICABLE  TO OTHER  AREAS  IN A LARGE GEOGRAPHIC  BELT
     IN THE SOUTHEAST  HAVING SIMILAR  GEOLOGIC  AND  CLIMATIC CONDITIONS,

-------
EVALUATE SURFACE AND GROUNDWATER AT POTENTIAL STRIP MINE  SITES
   START/ COMPL DATE t
    TASK/EPA CODE I3623B
   PROJECT OFFICER 8 T 5
 FUNDING  i EST, - FY
.03   (GRANT)  PRIOR
              77
            FY76
 / $  482000
/ s 21410001
   INVESTIGATORS
                STATE UNIVERSITY
                COL, OF MIN, SC,
MONTANA
MONTANA
MONTANA COL. OF MIN, SC, &
NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY
UNIV, OF WYOMING
                                                                             TE
                                                                             TE
                       05/75 • 06/78 I
                      357    / R8Q3727
                       NEWPORT
                  T T WILLIAMS
                  D G STUART
                  W   VANVQAST
                  R   KOQB
                  P   RICHARD
MILE! os/75 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
      06/75 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
      07/76 -FUNDING INCREMENT
      07/77 -FUNDING INCREMENT
      06/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
  MAJOR OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO IDENTIFY POSSIBLE IMPACTS OF COAL
  MINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS ON THE SURFACE AND
  GROUNDWATER SYSTEMS OF THE SURROUNDING AREA, SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES ARE! 1)
  OBTAIN AN EQUATION OF BALANCE FOR ALL WATER INFLOW AND OUTFLOW JN EACH OF
  THREE STUDY SITES, ONE EACH IN MONTANA,  NORTH DAKOTA AND WYOMING! 2) CHAR
  ACTERIZE THE OVERBURDEN FROM A PHYSICAL  AND CHEMICAL POINT OF VIEW AS WELL
   AS DETERMINE ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE WATER COMING TO THE SURFACE? 3)
  DETERMINE HYDROL06IC CHARACTER OF SPOILS AT ACTIVE MINE SITES IN MQNTANAf
  4)  CHARACTERIZE THE CHEMICAL FEATURES OF THE MINED SITES, THE
  PROPOSED WORK IS A KEY EFFORT IN THE  EPA PROGRAM TO ASSESS THE SURFACE AND
  GROUNDWATER PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH  WESTERN COAL, THREE SITES ARE BEING
  STUDIED COMPREHENSIVELY, EACH SITE IS JUST COMMENCING TO HAVE IMPACT, BASE
  LINE DATA WERE OBTAINED BEFORE IMPACTS BEGAN, IN ADDITION TO THE SITE-SPEC
  IFIC WORK, SOME DATA ARE BEING COLLECTED AT THE TWO ACTIVE MINING SITES IN
  MONTANA TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL DATA FOR THE ANALYSES,

-------
CHEMICAL MODELING OF METALLIC WASTE DISPOSAL

   START/ CQMPL DATE |     05/77 • 05/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  $    10610
    TASK/EPA CODE |P608C-02     / R803738      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7b  /  $   526*01
   PROJECT OFFICER I E  *   OAVEY
   INVESTIGATORS |   F  M  MOREL                     MASS,  INST.  OF TECHNOLOGY
   «ILCi  05/78  -FINAL REPORT  ENTITLED*  "CHEMICAL MODELING OF  METALLIC  WASTE  DIS
     A  METHODOLOGY HAS  PREVIOUSLY BEEN  DEVELOPED FOR THE  STUDY OF METALLIC W
     ASTES IN COMBINED  DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL  SEWAGE,  THE  METHODOLOGY IS BASED
     ON  GENERAL CHEMICAL  MODELS OF TH£  WASTE  AND  OF VARIOUS  DILUTIONS OF
     THE  WASTE  WITH SEAWATER  AND HAS BEEN  APPLIED  TO THE  SPECIFC CASE  OF  THE
     LOS  ANGELES COUNTY WASTEWATER' DISCHARGE,  IT IS  PROPOSED  TO EXTEND AND
     IMPROVE THIS WORK  USING  A  NEW CASE  STUDY  SUCH AS  THE DUMPING OF  CON
     CENTRATED  ACIDIC METALLIC  WASTES,  THE PROPOSED  WORK  WILL  INVOLVE  INCLUSION
     OF  NEW CHEMICAL DATA IN THE MODEL,  IMPROVEMENT OF  EXISTING COMPUTER PR
     OGRAM FOR  EFFICIENCY  AMD CONVENIENCE* SIMPLIFICATION AND  GENERALIZATION OF
     ABSORPTION SUBROUTINES AND* IF NECESSARY,  IMPLEMENTATION  OF SPECIFIC
     KINETIC SUBROUTINES  RELATED TO THE  ACID  WASTES  DISPOSAL  PROBLEM.  THE
     GOAL OF THE PROJECT  IS TO  IMPROVE  OUR PREDICTIVE  CAPABILITIES  FOR ROUTINE
     USE  IN THE VARIOUS MONITORING, IMPACT ASSESSMENT  AND REGULATION
     ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED *ITH METALLIC  WASTE  DISPOSAL,

-------
OPTIMAL SAMPLING STRATEGIES FOP- WATER QUALITY IN LARGE LAKES

   START/ CQMPL DATE I    11/75 • 09/77 I  FUNDING I  £ST4  « FY   77  /$   38552
    TASK/EPA CODE |N&08A«Q1?    / R80375a*02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY7& / S   MH61
   PROJECT OFFICER I D M  DQLAN
   INVESTIGATORS s   R P CANALE                   UNIV. OF MICHIGAN
                     w F POWERS                   UNIV, OF MICHIGAN
   MIUEl 09/76 "METHODOLOGY DEVELOPED* 1ST EXAMPLE PRESENTED
         09/77 »2ND EXAMPLE COMPLETED, SAMPLE DELIVERED
     THE OVERALL. OBJECTIVE OF THE GRANT IS TO DEVELOP  A METHODOLOGY THAT WILL
     SPECIFY THE OPTIMAL SAMPLING STRATEGY FOR LARGE LAKES BY MINIMIZING
      COSTS AND EXPERIMENTAL ERROR AND MAXIMIZING THE  VALUE OF THE SAMPLING
      INFORMATION OBTAINED,

-------
803735


Objectives:  (1) To determine the  source,  transfer and transformation of potential pol-
jlutants on a rangeland watershed grazed by beef  cows.   (2) To determine and monitor the
hydrologic and meteorologic parameters necessary to establish the water budget and move-
ment of potential pollutants from  a rangeland  watershed in Central Oklahoma.   (3) To
determine effects of environmental conditions  on the rate of degradation of grazing
cattle feces on rangeland.  (4) To determine effects ol cattle waste concentrauion,
chemical composition and distribution on levels  of potential pollutants in rangeland
soils.
Approach:
    The water budget of the 70 hectare watershed will be determined by measuring pre-
cipitation, soil water storage, and runoff.  Evapotranspiration will be determined by
difference and from meteorological data.   The  source,  transfer and transformation of
potential pollutants will be determined by measuring selected nutrient levels  in soil,
plant, precipitation, feces and runoff water and sediment samples.  Seasonal rates of
degradation will be determined by  periodically measuring the quantity and chemical com-
position of feces and selected soil, plant and microclimatic factors.  Forage  chemical
composition and utilization, cattle diet and grazing behavior, and feces and urine dis-
tribution will be also determined  periodically.
Current Plans:
    The soil, vegetation, and topographic surveys will begin as soon as funding is
granted.  Soil, plant and cattle studies will  begin after the surveys and inventories
are completed.  Heterological studies will begin after the necessary instruments are
purchased and made operational on  the watershed.  Runoff water and sediment sampling
will begin as soon as construction of the  weir and installation of the sampler is com-
pleted.  Laboratory analysis will  be conducted with minimum time lapse after collection.

-------
STUDY OF VEGETATION PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH REFUSE  LANDFILLS

   START/ CQMPL DATE |     05/75 • 05/77 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • PY    77   /  $    38783
    TASK/EPA CODE IC618A..7Q30   / R803762-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   900001
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  £  LANDRETH
   INVESTIGATORS J   F  8 FLOWER                   RUTGERS THE  STATE UNIVERSITY
                     R  E LANDRETH                 U.S.  ENVIRON,  PROTECTION AGCY
   MILEl 01/75 -GRANT AWARDED
         oe/76 -INTERIM REPORT
         05/78 -PROJECT COMPLETED
         09/78 -FINAL REPORT
     TO EVALUATE THE CAUSE AND EFFECT RELATIONSHIP OF  REFUSE  LANDFILL  GASES ON
     SURROUNDING LANDFILL VEGETATION 8Y PERFORMING FIELD  AND  LABORATORY
     STUDIES. THE FIRST YEAR'S EFFORT INCLUDED A COMPREHENSIVE LITER
     ATURE SURVEY RESULTING IN FINDINGS THAT MINIMAL DATA EXIST  ON  THE SUBJECT.
     ALSO, A MAIL SURVEY CONDUCTED DURING  THE FIRST  YEAR  INDICATED  THAT  MOST OF
     THE PROBLEMS WERE  IDENTIFIED IN THE EASTERN PART  OF  THE  UNITED STATES. A
      COMPREHENSIVE LABORATORY AND FIELD EVALUATION  PROGRAM WITH SELECTED VE
     GETATIQN IS PLANNED FOR THE SECOND YEAR. THE RESULTS WILL BE COMBINED TO D
     EVELOP A DESIGN MANUAL FOR TH£ UTILIZATION OF APPROPRIATE VEGETATIVE COV£R
      FOR LANDFILLS,

-------
FUNDING I  EST. - FY
    (GRANT)  PRIOR
  77
FY76
 / S
/ S
     0

300001
        ST. AU6USTINES COLLEGE
NEDPLASTIC AND LIFE SPAN EFFECTS OF LOW LEVEL EXPOSURE  TO HTO  DURING
PREGNANCY IN RATS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     Ob/76 • 06/79 I
    TASK/EPA CODE IH628A.74SO   / R603764
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  W  LASKEY
   INVESTIGATORS i   w  w JOHNSON
   MILEl  06/76 -INITIATE ANJMAL EXPOSURES
         06/77 -ANNUAL  REPOKT
         06/T7 -COMPLETE ANIMAL EXPOSURES
         06/78 -ANNUAL  REPOKT
         06/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THIS STUDY WAS DESIGNED  TO EVALUATE THE  EXTENT  OF
     SPAN ALTERATION DUE TO EXPOSURE TO TRITIUM  DURING
     LABORATORY RATS ARE EXPOSED TO TRITIUM FROM CONCEPTION  THROUGH  GESTATION,
     DAMS ARE  ALLOWED TO NURSE  THEIR YOUNG FOR 21  DAYS  AND ARE THEN  PLACED ON
     LONG TERM OBSERVATION, THEY ARE EXAMINED MONTHLY FOR TUMORS  AND  OVERALL
     HEALTH.  TO DATE, ALL OF  THE 250 ANIMALS  HAVE  BEEN  EXPOSED.  LONG-TERM
     OBSERVATION AND MAINTENANCE IS IN  PROGRESS.
             TUMORIGENIC
             PREGNANCY,
     AND LIFE

-------
803765

The method of digital photo electron auto-correlation technique
in Laser Doppler Spectroscopy (LDB) is applied in determining
essentially the size of particulates in aerosols and hydrosls
in the laboratory.  The application of the technique in the
characterization of the scattered and transmitted light will
be investigated.  The results will be compared with the rela-
tively unexplored but reliable conventional scattering measure-
ments based on Specific turbidity and Turbididity spectrum.
The validity of the results will be further tested by Electron
microscopic measurements.

The development of the above methods and their relative merits
with respect to other routine methods in their application to
the in-situ monitoring of particulates in stationary source
emission will be studied and critically discussed.   The results
obtained by the proposed research are expected to indicate
greater accuracy, speed, and ease of measurement which makes
the technique employed potentially important in the field of
pollution monitoring, especially in the determination of par-
ticulate size in smoke plumes.

-------
803785
     The principal objective of this grant is to demonstrate feasibility
of on-line pest control which utilizes ecosystem models in pest management
programs.  Our approach is to use the models synchronized with real time
environmental  information concerning the abiotic and biotic state of the
pest crop ecosystem.   This will be accomplished by concurrent developments
in eight principal areas:  (a) multiterminal interface programs for
integrating economic  abiotic and biotic information,  (b) ecosystem models,
(c)  algorithms for updating models from field information,  (d) microclimatic
models,  (e) spatial  variations in a multispecies ecosystem,  (f) determi-
nation of biological  windows using the models and appropriate management
strategies,  (gj economic models that determine the economic thresholds
using the environmental and biological information of the pest crop ecosystem,
market conditions, etc., and (h) evaluation of the different management
strategies.  Models have been developed for host crop, pest populations,
and two parasitoids.   Microclimatic models which relate soil temperature at
various depths to air temperature were developed.

-------
VEGETATIVE STABILIZATION OF PARAHO SPENT  OIL  SHALE

   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 - 07/78 I  FUNDING  I  E8T,  -  FY    77   /  $    69000
    TASK/EPA CODE ltJ623B-359    / R803788-03   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $  1280001
   PROJECT OFFICER I E  F  HARRIS
   INVESTIGATORS i   w  A BERG                     COLORADO  STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEI 03/75 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         07/75 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         07/76 "ANNUAL  REPORT
         09/76 -CONTINUATION AWARDED
         12/76 -AMENDMENT
         08/77 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS RESEARCH PROJECT IS TO  STUDY SURFACE STABILITY AND
     WATER MOVEMENT IN  AND THROUGH THE PARAHO SPENT  OIL SHALES, IN
     ADDITION TO THE VEG€TATIVE STABILIZATION STUDIES'  THE  DISTRIBUTIONS OF  W
     ATER AND SALTS IN  THE PLOTS WILL BE  MONITORED  WITH THE OBJECTIVE  OF QUANTI
     FYING THE POTENTIAL SALT POLLUTION FROM  SHALE  RESIDUES,  IT IS  NOT POSSIBLE
     TO EXPERIMENTALLY  MODEL THE ACTUAL PROTOTYPE  DISPOSAL, FOR THIS REASON*
      DATA FROM PLOT STUDIES WILL BE USED TO  DEVELOP AND VERIFY A MATH
     EMATICAL MODEL OF  SALT AND WATER TRANSPORT,  THIS MODEL WILL BE USED TO  EST
     IMATE THE LONG TERM WATER QUALITY ASPECTS OF  LARGE SCALE  DISPOSAL OF SPENT
     SHALE RESIDUES,

-------
OXIDANT/PRCCURSOR RELATIONSHIPS


   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/75 •  09/77  I
    TASK/EPA  CODE I6603A-AJ«01   /  R803799
   PROJECT  OFFICER I J  J   BUFALINI
   INVESTIGATORS |   E  R  STEPHENS
                     0  P  HELURICH
   MILBl  06/77  -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT
     AND  PROCEDURES FOR CLARIFYING
 FUNDING  I EST.  -  FY    77   / S    30000
•02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S    aoOOOl


         UNIV, OF  CALIFORNIA

         UNIV, OF  CALIFORNIA
         DEMONSTRATE*  AND  USE  METHODS
                              IS TO DEVELOP!
                              THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OXIDANT
PRECURSORS (SPECIFICALLY HYDROCARBONS AND OXIDES OF NITROGEN) AND
 (OZONE) BASED ON STUDIES OF AMBIENT AIR. UNDERSTANDING OF THIS R
ELATIONSHIP IS VITAL TO SOUND DEVELOPMENT OF CONTROL STRATEGY, AIR QUALITY
STANDARDS, AND EMISSION STANDARDS. IN PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG THE MAJOR HEALTH
HAZARD (OZONE) IS A SECONDARY PRODUCT OF A VERY COMPLEX REACTION OF P
RIMARY POLLUTANTS (HYDROCARBONS AND NITRIC OXIDE) WHICH ARE NOT THEMSELVES
HIGHLY TOXIC, A NE* GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC PROCEDURE HAS BEEN DEVISED WHICH
 PERMITS DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF AMBIENT CONCENTRATIONS OF METHANE,
ETHANE, ETHENE, ACETYLENE AND TOTAL C3 HYDROCARBONS, THIS PROCEDURE IS
AUTOMATED TO PROVIDE REPETITIVE SAMPLES AROUND THE CLOCK, THESE DATA WILL
BE COMPARED WITH NOX DATA AND OXIDANT LEVELS TO SETTER DEFINE THE
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OXIDANT AND ITS PRECURSORS, HYDROCARBON AND N
ITROGFN OXIDES, THE INTENSIVE DATA COLLECTION PHASE OF THE PROJECT IS JUST
BEGINNING.

-------
INFILTRATION LAND TREATMENT  OF STABILIZATION  POND  EFFLUENT

   START/ CQMPL DATE I     Ofe/75 • 05/78 I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  S    5lQ«0
    TASK/EPA CODE IL6HC-47      / R603804      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $    790901
   PROJECT OFFICER I C  G  ENFIELD
   INVESTIGATORS I   J  N DORNBUSH                 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  os/77 -EVALUATE 75  CM SOIL FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT
         03/78 "EVALUATE 150 CM SOIL FOR WASTEWATER  TREATMENT
     THREE PILOT INFILTRATION-PERCOLATION  BASINS OF  ABOUT 1/6  ACRE  EACH  HAVE
     BEEN CONSTRUCTED WITH UNDERDRAINS AT  A DEPTH  OF 2  1/2  FEET IN  SILTY
     LOAM SOIL. THE NORMAL GROUND WATER DEPTH IS ABOUT  a  FEET, STABILIZATION
     POND EFFLUENT IS APPLIED AT WEEKLY INTERVALS  IN QUANTITIES EQUIVALENT TO  A
      DEPTH OF 18 OR 24 INCHES, SAMPLES COLLECTED  FROM  THE  INFLUENT AND
     EFFLUENT DRAIN OF  EACH  BASIN ARE ANALYZED FOR BOOS»  SUSPENDED  SOLIDS*
     AMMONIA, NITRATE AND KJELDAHL NlTRQGEN|  QRTHQ AND  TOTAL  PHOSPHORUS* S
     PECIFIC CONDUCTANCE AND FECAL COLIFORMS, INFILTRATION  RATES ARE DETERMINED
     USING AUTOMATIC FLOAT RECORDERS IN EACH  BASIN,  GROUNDWATER LEVELS AND
     QUALITY ARE ALSO MONITORED FOR THE AREA.' SPECIFIC  PROJECT OBJECTIVES AREl
     1.  DEMONSTRATE THE USE  OF INFILTRATION-PERCOLATION LAND  DISPOSAL  AS A
      MEANS OF UP-GRADING EXISTING SECONDARY  TREATMENT  TO MEET NEW  EFFLUENT
     STANDARDS. 2, DETERMINE ACCEPTABLE LOADING RATES FOR BOTH A SCARIFIED AND
     UNDISTURBED SOIL FOR CLIMATIC CONDITIONS SIMILAR TO THOSE AT
     8RQQKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA, 3, IDENTIFY  WINTER OPERATING  CONSTRAINTS IMPOSED
     BY  THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF THE SITE,  DATA  HAS BEEN  COLLECTED SINCE JUNE
     1975 AND A TECHNICAL PROGRESS REPORT  HAS BEEN PREPARED DESCRIBING
     THE  CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF THE UNIT INTO THE SUMMER OF  1976,

-------
803805
 The  objective  of  this  grant  supplement  is  to allow completion of the
 research program  on hydrolysis  and wish-out  of  the halogenated oxidation
 products formed from halocarbon pollutants in the air.

-------
REACTIONS OF SULFUR DIOXIDE IN AEROSOLS

   START/ COMPl DATE I    08/76 • 07/78 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / $   50000
    TASK/EPA CODE lG625B«£A-22  / R603814-02  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY7b / $   200001
   PROJECT OFFICER I -    DURHAM
   INVESTIGATORS t   D M HIMMELBLAU               UNIV, OF TEXAS
   MILE! 06/78 - FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVE QF THIS STUDY IS TO DETERMINE THE RATE AND EXTENT OF REAC
     TION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE AND OTHER AIR  POLLUTANTS AT PPM CONCENTRATIONS WITH
      AEROSOL DROPLETS OF THE ORDER OF SIZE OF ONE MICRON, IN THE JNIT
     IAL EXPERIMENTS RADIOACTIVE i5S02 WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO AEROSOLS, AND THE
     TOTAL RADIOACTIVE SULFUR TRANSFERRED  COUNTED, MODELS OF THE MASS TRANSFER
     AND REACTION WILL BE FIT BY THE EXPERIMENTAL DATA, AND USED TO ELUCIDATE
     THE EXTENT OF REACTION AND OXIDATION  TO SULFATE,

-------
NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF MARINE  LARVAL  AND  JUVENILE  FISH

   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/75  -  07/76  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  « FY    77   /  S    25000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  |P608C-0«     /  R803818-OJ   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $    500001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  A  0  bECK
   INVESTIGATORS  |    K  L SIMPSON                   UNIV.  OF RHODE  ISLAND
                     C  0 CHICHESTER                UNIV,  OF RHODE  ISLAND
                     T    LEE                       UMV,  OF RHODE  ISLAND
   MILEl  OT/78  -FINAL REPORT  ENTITLED*  "NUTRITIONAL  REQUIREMENTS  OF MARINE LARV
     OBJECTIVES! THE  PRIMARY  OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS  PROPOSAL  IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF
     METHODS  AND TECHNIQUES TO FORMULATE LABORATORY  DIETS FOR  LARVAL  AND  j
     UVENILE  MARINE  FISH,  SUCH DIETS  ARE NEEDED IN ORDER  TO  ACHIEVE HIGH  LEVELS
     OF  SURVIVAL AND  FIELD-COMPARABLE  GROWTH OF LABORATORY-CULTURED ANIMALS,  IF
      SUCCESSFUL* THE LABORATORY MARINE  FISH WILL  EXHIBIT MINIMUM VARI
     ABILITY  IN LAB  BIOASSAY  DUE TO NUTRITIONAL STRESS,  MENIDIA MENIDIA WILL  BE
      USED  AS  A TEST  FISH,  APPROACHi  TEST  DIETS WILL BE  EVALUATED FOR  P
     ROTEIN AVAILABILITY AND  STORAGE  STABILITY, THE  NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF FIELD
     AND  DIET-FED POPULATIONS WILL  BE  COMPARED, THE  LIFE  HISTORY  STAGES
     WILL INCLUDE EGGS,  YOLK-SAC LARVAE, POST-YOLK.SAC  LARVAE  AND JUVENILES,  c
     URRENT PLANSl  APPARENT NUTRITIONAL  NEEDS  WILL BE DETERMINED  BY QUALITATIVE
     ANALYSIS  OF EG&S,  YOLK-SAC  LARVAE,  POST-YOLK-SAC LARVAE AND  JUVENILES,  THE
     SOURCES  OF NUTRIENTS  WILL BE  DETERMINED BY QUALITATIVE  ANALYSIS  OF LABOR
     ATORY-PREPARED  LIVE OR ARTIFICIAL  FOOD MATERIALS,  THE TEST DIETS  FORMULATE
     D FROM QUALITATIVE  INFORMATION WILL THEN  BE ASSESSED FOR  PROTEIN  AVARABlL
     ITY  AND  STORAGE  STABILITY USING  GROWTH STUDIES  WITH  THE TEST FISH, RAT  AND
      RAINBOW  TROUT,  FINALLY, THE  NUTRITIONAL  STATUS OF  THE  LARVAE  AND ju
     VENILES  WILL BE  COMPARED WITH  FIELD POPULATIONS USING APPROPRIATE RESPONSE
     PARAMETERS!  SURVIVAL,  GROWTH,  BIOCHEMISTRY, BEHAVIOR AND  STRESS
     RESPONSE,

-------
USE OF SIMULATION FOR CHARACTERIZING TRANSPORT  IN  SOILS  ADJACENT  TO  LAND
 DISPOSAL SITES
   START/ CQMPL DATE I    11/75 - 02/78 I  FUNDING  I  E3T,  •  FY    77   /  $    14295
    TASK/EPA CODE IC616A-70J1   / R805B27-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   8U7«1
   PROJECT OFFICER J M M  RQULIER
   INVESTIGATORS |   G F PlNDER                   PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
                     W P 3AUKIN                   PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 11/75 -PROJECT START
         02/76 -PROJECT COMPLETION
     OBJECTIVES* DEVELOP AND TEST A SIMULATION  TECHNIQUE  FOR  PREDICTING  THE  M
     OVEMENT OF NONCONSERVATIVE SOLUTES IN SATURATED AND  UNSATURATED SOILS,  APP
     ROACH! AN EXISTING DIGITAL COMPUTER*  GALERKIN-FINITE ELEMENT,  TRANSIENT*  T
     WQ.DIMENSIONAL* CROSS-SECTIQNALi  SATURATED FLO**  CONSERVATIVE  SOLUTE MQOEL
      IS BEING MODIFIED TO DESCRIBE MOVEMENT OF A  SINGLE* NON-CONSERVATIVE
     SOLUTE IN BOTH SATURATED AND UNSATURATED SOILS  IN LARGE*  T
     HREE.DIMENSIONAL SYSTEMS, THE MODEL WILL BE FIELD TESTED  USING  CONTAMINANT
     MONITORING DATA FROM AS EXISTING  LANDFILL  OR  OTHER  LAND  DISPOSAL  SITE.
     PROGRESS! C9 MONTHS) SOLUTE MOVEMENT  PROBLEMS HAVING EXACT  SOLUTIONS W£R£
     SOLVED USING A FINITE DIFFERENCE  PROCEDURE AND  A  GALERKIN FINITE  ELEMENT
      PROCEDURE TO CALCULATE THE DERIVATIVES OF CONCENTRATION  AND VELOCITY WITH
      RESPECT TO DISTANCE AND A THIRD  ORDER CORRECT  FINITE  DIFFERENCE  PROCEDURE
      TO CALCULATE THE TIME DERIVATIVES, FOR THE GALERKIN FINITE
     ELEMENT PROCEDURE THE FOLLOWING «ERE  TESTED AS  BASIS FUNCTIONS! FIRST AND
     SECOND ORDER CONTINUOUS HERMITEAN POLYNOMIALS AND ZERO ORDER CUNTl
     NUOUS LINEAR, QUADRATIC* AND CUBIC FUNCTIONS, COMPARISON OF THE RESULTS OF
     THESE VARIOUS CALCULATIONS WITH THE EXACT  SOLUTIONS SHOWED  THAT THE GAL
     ERKIN FINITE ELEMENT PROCEDURE USING  FIRST AND  SECOND  CONTINUOUS HERMITEAN
      POLYNOMIALS AS BASIS FUNCTIONS PROVIDED THE  MOST SATISFACTORY COM
     BINATION OF ACCURACY AND COMPUTATIONAL EFFICIENCY*  PARTICULARLY FOR LARGER
     VALUES OF THE TIME STEP, NODE SPACING* AND DISPERSION COEFFICIENT.
     BECAUSE THE FIRST DERIVATIVES OF  HERMITEAN POLYNOMIALS ARE  CONTINUOUS
     AT ELEMENT BOUNDARIES* USE OF THESE POLYNOMIALS ALLOWS CALCULATION  OF A
     CONTINUOUS FLOW FIELD AND HELPS TO MINIMIZE SOLUTE MASS BALANCE ERRORS
     WHICH MAY OCCUR WITH OTHER METHODS, FUTURE WORK WILL MODIFY THE MODEL TO
     ACCOUNT FOR ADSORPTION/DECAY OF SINGLE* NON-CONSERVATIVE
     SOLUTES AND WILL TEST THE MODEL *ITH  DATA  PROM  AN EXISTING LANDFILL,

-------
803828


The primary objective of this demonstration is to demonstrate the technical
and economic feasibility of composting raw dewatered municipal sewage sludge
by high rate suction aeration under the adverse elimatic conditions typically
experienced by many of the municipalities located in the New England,
Great Lakes, Midwestern, and Northwestern states.  Secondary objectives
consist of a wide range of operational and procedural elements all related
directly or indirectly to the physical location and climatological conditions
of this demonstration.

The sludge will be delivered to the site once per week at a volume of
approximately 50 cu. yd.  Upon arrival at the site wood chips are mixed with
the sludge at a ratio of 3:1, wood chips to sludge by volume.  The mixture
is then moved to the composting area which is a concrete pad with two twenty
feet lengths of pipe connected to a blower.  The blower operates at two
minute intervals every twenty minutes.  The blower draws air through the
mixture and assists the composting pile in achieving higher and more even
temperature distribution.  The wood chips absorb moisture and create voids
which also assist in the thermal distribution and assist in keeping a
constant oxygen content.  Temperatures must exceed 55 degrees Centigrade
throughout the pile to insure complete pathogen kill.  Therefore, temperature
and oxygen content must be monitored daily.  The entire process takes
approximately fourteen days.  An additional thirty days of curing after the
pile is removed from the blower area is recommended before use, as the pile
will continue to compost naturally.  The final product is useful as a
supplement to commercial fertilizer and can assist in lowering the cost of
maintaining public land.  Also the disposal of sludge is eliminated and if
successful this process will eliminate the need for expensive digesters
presently used in secondary waste water treatment plants.

The demonstration will commence in May 1975.

-------
SU8LETHAL EFFECTS OF OIL ON BEHAVIOR AND CHEMICAL SENSES OF MARINE
ANIMALS
   START/ COMPL DATE, |    H/75 * 10/T8 I FUNDING I  EST, • FY    77   /$    57000
    TASK/EPA CODE IP608C-06     / R803833«03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY7fe  / S   1103081
   PROJECT OFFICER I D    MILLER
   INVESTIGATORS |   J   ATgMA                    BOSTON UNIVERSITY
                     S   JACQB80N                 BOSTON UNIVERSITY
                     3   OLESZK08ZUT8             BOSTON UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 10/78 -FINAL REPORT,  "SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF  OIL ON BEHAVIOR AND  CHgMlCA
     GENERAL OBJECTIVE! TO DETERMINE IF AND HOW PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS  AFFECT
     CHEMQRECEPTION AND CHEMICALLY-STIMULATED BEHAVIOR IN MARINE
     ANIMALS. CHEMORECEPTION AND BEHAVIOR OF LOBSTERSI A) MEASURE EFFECTS OF 0.
     Ul,5 PPM *2 FUEL OIL (WATER ACCOMMODATED FRACTION) ON FEEDING AND  GENERAL
      BEHAVIOR OF L08STER8I DETAILED BAHAVIOR ANALYSIS, DETERMINE THE N
     ARROW RANGE OF EXPOSURE LEVELS THAT CAUSE EFFECTS ON CHEMICALLY STIMULATED
      BEHAVIOR, WITHOUT CAUSING GROSS NEUROMUSCULAR  DEFICIENCIES, BJ
     DOCUMENT STIMULUS EFFECTS OF DIRECT APPLICATION OF i-10 PPM #2 FUEL OIL
     (WAF) ON NEUROPHYSIOLQGICAL RESPONSES OF ANTENNULAR CHEMORECEPTQRS  OF
     LOBSTERS, C) DETERMINE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS  PR
     ACTIONS ON LOBSTER BEHAVIOR AND CHEMORECEPTION  USING SELECTED  COMPOUNDS FR
     OM CHEMICAL SEPARATED FRACTIONS, 0) DETERMINE CONTRIBUTION OF  OIL-AFFECTED
      CHEMORECEPTION ON BEHAVIORAL DEFICITSi NEURQPHYSIOLQGY AND
     MORPHOLOGY OF OIL-EXPOSED LOBSTER ANTENNULES* COMPARISON  OF OIL EFFE
     CTS ON LOBSTERS WITH AMD  WITHOUT ANTENNULES* SYNTHESIS OF PROJECT  RESULTS,
     CHRONIC EFFECTS ON FIELD  POPULATIONSl A) COMPARE  FEEDING, SUBSTRATE
     SELECTION, AND ANTI-PREDATOR BEHAVIOR OF THREE  INSHORE SPECIES (CRANGQN
     SEPTEMSPINQSUSf FUNDULUS  HETEROCLITUS* AND PSEUDOPLEURONICTE8  AMERICANU8
     FROM OIL SPILL AND UNCONTAMINATED SITES ALONG BU2ZARD8 BAY, MASSA
     CHUSETTS, BJ COMPARE FEEDING AND GENERAL BEHAVIOR OF LOBSTERS  (HOMARUS AMA
     ERICANUS) TAKEN FROM OIL  SPILL AREAS AND CLEAN  HABITATS,  IMMEDIATELY AFTER
      A SPILLi IF ONE OCCURS,  C) COMPARE ALARM AND FEEDING RESPONSES OF  NAS
     SARIUS OSBOLETUS TAKEN FROM OILED AND CLEAN HABITATS, APPROACHI BEHAVIORAL
     AND NEUROPHY3IOLOGICAL BIQASSAYSl FLOW-THROUGH  OIL DOSINGf CHEMICAL MQNIT
     ORING OF EXPOSURE LEVELS, PROGRESS8 LOW SU8LETHAL LEVELS  OF NO, 2  PUIL OIL
     (WAF) INTERFERE WITH LOBSTER FEEDING BEHAVIOR AND OIL ACTS AS  A CHEMICAL
     STIMULUS ON DISTANCE CHEMORECEPTQRS,

-------
FATE AND EFFECTS OF ATRAZINE  IN  SALT  MARSH  ECOSYSTEMS

   START/ COMPL  DATE I     07/75  -  06/78  I FUNDING  I EST. • FY   77  / S   «0«00
    TASK/EPA  CODE IQ714B.3-OJ   /  R803835-03   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $   966201
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  F  6   WILKE3
   INVESTIGATORS |    0  E  DAVIS                     AUBURN UNIVERSITY
                     J  D  WEETE                     AUBURN UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  06/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  RESEARCH WILL  INVESTIGATE  THE ACCUMULATION, DEGRADATION, AND EFFECTS
     OF  ATRAZINE QN  A SERIES  OF  MODEL ECOSYSTEMS CONSISTING OF ORGANISMS FROM  A
      SALT  MARSH. INITIALLY,  THE EFFECTS AND  FATE  OF ATRAZINE APPLIED TO T
     HE  PRIMARY  AUTQTROPH OF  A GEORGIA SALT MARSH,  SPARTINA ALTERNIFLORA, ROQTE
     D  IN WASHED SAND IN  SEA  WATER, WILL BE STUDIED, WHEN THAT PHASE OF THE  RES
     EARCH  HAS BEEN  COMPLETED OTHER ORGANISMS  WILL  BE ADDED, ONE  AT A TIME,  AND
      THE EFFECTS OF  ATRAZIME AND  ATRAZINE  METABOLITES ON THESE ADDITIONAL
     COMPONENTS  OF  THE  SYSTEM WILL  BE ESTABLISHED,  THE ORGANISMS  TO BE ADDED R
     EPRE3ENT DIFFERENT TROPHIC  LEVELS AND  PATHWAYS IN THE FOOD WEB AND WILL BE
      SELECTED FRQM  AMONG 3ESARMA  REHCULATA,  PALAEQMQNETES VULGARIS, UCA
      PUGNAX, MODIOLUS  DEMISSUS, AND  FUNDULUS  GRANDIS, THE DATA OBTAINED FROM
      THE MODEL  SYSTEMS WILL  BE  COMPARED WITH  DATA  OBTAINED FOR SIMILAR SPECIES
      HARVESTED  FROM  ATRAZINE-TREATED PLOTS LAID OUT IN THE SAPELO ISLAND
     SALT MARSH,  A  SEPARATE BUT  RELATED  STUDY  WILL  BE MADE OF THE EFFECTS OF
     ATRAZINE ON DIATOMS  PRESENT IN THE  SALT  MARSH, THIS WILL INCLUDE MEASURING
      THE EFFECTS OF  DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS  OF ATRAZINE ON THE  GROWTH AND
     CARBON FIXATION  BY PURE  CULTURES OF THE  TWO OR THREE OF THE  MOST IMPORTANT
     DIATQM SPECIES  IN  THE MARSH AND  MONITORING POPULATION SHIFTS IN THE MARSH
     AFTER  ATRAZINE  TREATMENT,

-------
EFFECTS OF KEPQNE ON LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF CALLINECTE3 SAPIDU3 AND
RHITHROPANOPEUS HARRISII
   START/ COMPL DATE »     08/77 • 07/78 I  FUNDING «  EST, • FY   77  / $   2500Q
    TASK/EPA CODE IQ714B-3-U   / R803638-0a  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   999931
   PROJECT OFFICER « D  R  NJMMO
   INVESTIGATORS |   J  0 COSTLOW                  DUKE UNIVERSITY
                     C  G BQQKHOUT                 DUKE UNIVERSITY
                     S    HERRING                  DUKE UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 07/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVES OF  THE INVESTIGATION WILL BE TO  DETERMINE* (1) THE LIMITS
     OF CONCENTRATION OF KEPONE IN WHICH THE MUD"CRABf RHITHROPANQPEUS
      GOULD, AND THE BLUE C*AB, CALLINECTE8 SAPIDUS,  CAN BE REARED FROM
     HATCHING TO THE FIRST CRAB STAGEt (2) SU&LETHAL  AND ACUTELY TOXIC
     ATlONSf C3) SUaLETHAL EFFECTSf (4) AND STAGES IN  WHICH THE LARVAE ARE MOST
     SENSITIVE TO KEPONE. RANGE-FINDING AND DEFINITIVE EXPERIMENTS
     WILL BE CONDUCTED  ON FOUR REPLICATE SERIES OF R.  HARRISII AND C. SAPIDUS
     LARVAE EXPOSED TO  0 AND FIVE OR SIX CONCENTRATIONS OF KEPONE, IN THE
     DEFINITIVE EXPERIMENTS WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO DETERMINE FOUR TO FIVE
     CONCENTRATIONS OF  KEPONE WHICH SHOW DIFFERENTIAL  SURVIVAL AND TO ASCERTAIN
     WHICH OF THESE ARE SUBLETHAL AND ACUTELY TOXIC  CONCENTRATION
     S, THE PERCENT OF  LARVAE WHICH PASS THROUGH ZOEAL AND MEGALOPA DEVELOPMENT
      WILL BE DETERMINED SEPARATELY, ATTENTION WILL  BE GIVEN TO SUBLETHAL
     EFFECTS WHICH ARE  CORRELATED WITH EACH INCREASE  IN CONCENTRATION OF
     KEPONE* SUCH AS PROLONGED DURATION OF ZOEAL AND/OR MEGALOPA DEV£L
     OPMENT, EXTRA ZOEAL STAGES, MORPHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL ABNORMALITIES AND
     AUTONOMY OF TH£ LIMBS OF MEGALOPA, SENSITIVITY  OF LARVAE TO KEPONE IN
     LARVAL STAGES WILL BE DETERMINED BY STATISTICAL  ANALYSES OF
     MORTALITY DATA,

-------
HUMAN ENTERIC VIRUS SURVIVAL IN
PLANT EFFLUENTS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/75
    TASK/EPA CODE 106078-021
                             SOIL FOLLOWING IRRIGATION WITH  SEWAGE
                               07/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77
                               R§038«4-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76
                  / S
                 / S
                 112050
                1635«21
   PROJECT OFFICER |
   INVESTIGATORS I
                  E    AKIN
                  8 P SAGIK
                  C A SORBER
                  B E MOORE
                  W W HAMMOND
MILEl 07/78 -FINAL REPORT
  OBJECTIVESI THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE
  SURVIVAL AND TRANSPORT OF ENTERIC
  WASTEWATER FOLLOWING CONVENTIONAL
  OBJECTIVES AREl (A) TO DETERMINE
UNIV,
UNIV,
UNIV,
UNIV,
OF
OF
OF
OF
TEXAS
TEXAS
TEXAS
TEXAS
                                       OF  THIS  STUDY  IS  TO  EVALUATE  THE
                                       VIRUSES  AT  LAND  APPLICATION SITES  FOR
                                       WASTEWATER  TREATMENT,  SPECIFIC* DETAILED
                                      THE  SURVIVAL OF ENTEROVIRU8ES  DISTRIBUTED
     TO  THE  SOIL  FOLLOWING  WASTEWATER  IRRIGATION?  (B)  TO  FOLLOW  THE  MOVEMENT
     OP  INDIGENOUS  ENTEROVIRU3ES  AND BACTERIOPHAGES  SPECIFIC  TO  E, COLI
     THROUGH THE  UN3ATURATED  SOIL TONE  VIA  LYSIMETERSI  (C)  TO ASCERTAIN
     POSSIBLE MOVEMENT  OF  INDIGENOUS ENTEROVIRUSES  AND  BACTERIOPHAGES  IN  THE  e
     ROUNDWATER BENEATH MOVEMENT  OF  INDIGENOUS  ENTEROVIRUSES  AND BACTERIOPHAGES
     IN  THE  GROUNDWATER BENEATH WASTEWATER  LAND APPLICATION SITE BY
     SAMPLING MONITORING WELLS) (D)  TO  CONDUCT  A  MASS  BALANCE OF INDIGENOUS
     ENTEROVIRUSES  ENTERING AND LEAVING THE SlTEl  (E)  AND TO  INITIATE  THE STUDY
     OF  THE  PRESENCE  IN WASTEWATER OF  SPECIFIC  PATHOGENS  AND  TO  ASCERTAIN
      THEIR  POSSIBLE  PRESENCE IN  SOILS  AND  LYSIMETER AND  MONITORING  WELL  WATER
     S.  APPROACH!  SEVERAL  SITES WOULD  BE EVALUATED  AS  POTENTIAL  STUDY  SITES,  IT
      WAS  PLANNED  TO  CHARACTERIZE THE  TREATMENT FACILITIES, SOILS, IRRIGATION
     SYSTEMS AND  STREAMS AT THE 8ITES»  ANALYSES WOULD  BE  CONDUCTED FOR
     CHEMICAL*  PHYSICAL* AND  BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS,  METHODS WQULD BE
     DEVELOPED TO  ADEQUATELY  PROCESS ALL TYPES  OF  SAMPLES ENCOUNTERED, THE UN
     SATURATED SOIL ZONE PERCOLATE WOULD BE EVALUATED  FOR VIRUS  TRANSPORT BY  LY
     SlMETERSf  THE  SATURATED  ZONE BY MONITORING W£LLSi  PROGRESSl TWO SITES HAVE
     BEEN  SELECTED  FOR  STUDY, ONE OF THE SITES  WAS  SELECTED FOR  INTENSE  STUDY
     DUE TO  THE FACT  THAT  IT  HAS  A RANGE OF SOIL  TYPES  AND  WASTEWATER
     IRRIGATION HISTORY, ITS  WASTEWATER TREATMENT  AND  SPRAY IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
     ARE NEW, THUS, 9 LYSIMCTERS  TO  DEPTHS  OF  «.5  FT,  AND (t> MONITORING
     WELLS HAVE BEEN  INSTALLED, BACKGROUND  SAMPLING  AND TREATMENT PLANT  CHARA
     CTERIZATIQN  HAS  BEEN  COMPLETED, SAMPLING  AND  SAMPLE  PROCESSING  METHODOLOGY
     HAS BEEN MODIFIED  TO  FACILITATE HANDLING  OF  THE SAMPLES  OBTAINED  FROM BOTH
     SITES AND TO  OPTIMIZE  VIRUS  RECOVERY,

-------
REACTIONS or OXY RADICALS IN THE ATMOSPHERE

   START/ COMPL DATE |    06/77 • 06/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77/1   55000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A-AC-U  / R80J846-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S   220001
   PROJECT OFFICER I M    DODGE
   INVESTIGATORS t   D G HENDRY                   SRI  INTERNATIONAL
                     R A KENLEY                   SRI  INTERNATIONAL
   MILEI 12/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE CURRENT STUDY OF THE REACTION OP  OH WITH AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS
     INDICATES THAT IN THE URBAN ATMOSPHERE COMPOUNDS  LIKE TOLUENE WILL BE CO
     NVERTED INITIALLY TO AROMATIC ALDEHYDES AND PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS, THEREFORE,
      THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROPOSED GRANT CONTINUATION IS TO STUDY THE
     REACTIONS OF THESE TYPES OF PRODUCTS  WITH OH RADICAL AND OZONE IN ORDER TO
     DETERMINE THEIR FATE IN THE URBAN ATMOSPHERE. A SECONDARY OBJECTIVE IS TO
     EVALUATE THE RATE CONSTANTS FOR REACTIONS OF H02  WITH SIMPLE QLEFINS
     SUCH AS ETHYLENE* PRQPYLENE, AND ISOBUTYLENE,

-------
REACTIONS OF oxv RADICALS IN THE  ATMOSPHERE

   START/ COMPL  DATE  I     06/77 - 06/78  I  FUNDING  I  E8T,  -  FY    77   /  S
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A-AE-04  / R8038<»6-03   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / J
   PROJECT OFFICER I  M     DODGE
   INVESTIGATORS |   D  G  HENDRY                    SRI  INTERNATIONAL
                     R  A  KENLEY                    SRI  INTERNATIONAL
   MILEl  06/77 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  CURRENT STUDY  OF THE REACTION OF  OH  WITH  AROMATIC  HYDROCARBONS
     INDICATES THAT  IN  THE URBAN  ATMOSPHERE COMPOUNDS  LIKE  TOLUENE  WILL  BE CO
     NVERTED INITIALLY  TO AROMATIC ALDEHYDES  AND PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS, THEREFORE*
      THE OBJECTIVE OF  THIS PROPOSED  GRANT CONTINUATION IS  TO  STUDY THE
     REACTIONS OF THESE TYPES OF  PRODUCTS  WITH OH  RADICAL AND  OZONE IN ORDER TO
     DETERMINE THEIR  FATE IN THE  URBAN ATMOSPHERE,  A SECONDARY OBJECTIVE IS TO
     EVALUATE THE RATE  CONSTANTS  FOR  REACTIONS OF  H03  WITH  SIMPLE OLEFINS
     SUCH AS ETHYLENE,  PRQPYLENE, AND ISOBUTYLENE,

-------
FORMATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS

   START/ COMPL DATE j     07/75 • 07/78 I  FUNDING I  ESTg  » FY   77  / $       0
    TASK/EPA CODE lG60lB»CA.0t  / R80S8S1-Q3  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   300001
   PROJECT OFFICER ! W     WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS j   K  T WHITBY                   UNJV, OF MINNESOTA
                     D  B KITTELSQN                UNSVg OF MINNESOTA
                     8  K CANTRELL                 UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
   MILE*  03/77 -FINAL REPORT
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS HAVE BEEN  MEASURED IN  THE ST. LOUIS AREA AS
     PART OF EPA'S PROJECT MISST USING AIRCRAFT AND  GROUND-BASED SELF-CONTAINED
     MOBILE LABORATORIES, THESE MEASUREMENTS WERE MADE «ITH A GROUP OF
     COLLABORATORS SUCH THAT A COMPLETE ARRAY OF CHEMICAL? PHYSICAL* AND METEOR
     OLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS WERE OBTAINED ON A CQAL*FIRED  POWER PLANT PLUME,' THE
     UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA'S PORTION OF  THE PROJECT  INCLUDED AEROSOL MEA8U
     REMENTS ABOARD AN  AIRCRAFT AND THE OPERATION OF A MOBILE VAN ON THE GROUND
     UNDER THE PLUMES,  THIS MOBILE VAN WAS ALSO OPERATED  ON FREEWAYS IN THE LOS
     ANGELES AREA DURING OCTOBER 1976 AS PART OF AN  EPA«8PONSORED PROJECT TO
     STUDY SULFUR AEROSOLS ON ROADWAYS, MUCH OF THE  WORK  DURING THE NEXT PRQJEC
     T YEAR WlLt BE ANALYSIS AND REPORTING OF THE LARGE AMOUNT OF DATA OBTAINED
      DURING THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, ANALYSIS IS BEING DIRECTED TOWARD OBT
     A1NING AEROSOL GROWTH RATES IN THE PLUMES? AEROSOL NUCLEATION RATES IN THE
     PLUMES AND SURROUNDING ATMOSPHERE? AND TOWARD BETTER DESCRIPTIONS OF THE
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS, LABORATORY WORK TOWARD THE DEVEL
     OPMENT OF A CONTINUOUS INSTRUMENT FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF AEROSOL SULFUR IS
     ALSO BEING PARTIALLY SUPPORTED BY THIS PROJECTS

-------
FORMATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS

   START/ COMPL  DATE  I     07/75  -  07/78  I  FUNDING  I  CST,  -  FY    77   /  S    35000
    TASK/EPA CODE  IG601B-CA-05   /  R80S851-03   (GRANT)   PRJOR   FY76  /  S   200001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  w     WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS |    K  T WHITBY                    UNIV. OF  MINNESOTA
                     OB KITTELSON                 UNIV, OF  MINNESOTA
                     8  K CANTRELL                  UNIV, OF  MINNESOTA
   MILEl  09/77 -EVALUATIONS  OF HIGHWAY MODEL
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS  HAVE  BEEN  MEASURED IN  THE ST.  LOUIS AREA  AS
     PART OP EPA'S  PROJECT MISST USING AIRCRAFT  AND  GROUND-BASED SELF-CONTAINED
     MOBILE  LABORATORIES.  THESE  MEASUREMENTS  WERE  MADE  WITH A  CROUP OF
     COLLABORATORS  SUCH THAT  A COMPLETE  ARRAY  OF CHEMICAL*  PHYSICAL*  AND  METEOR
     OLOCICAL MEASUREMENTS WERE  OBTAINED ON A  COAL-FIRED  POWER PLANT  PLUME.  THE
     UNIVERSITY  OF  MINNESOTA»3 PORTION OF  THE  PROJECT  INCLUDED AEROSOL MEA8U
     REMENTS ABOARD AN  AIRCRAFT  AND THE  OPERATION  OF A  MOBILE  VAN ON  THE  GROUND
     UNDER  THE PLUMES,  THIS  MOBILE VAN WAS ALSO  OPERATED  ON FREEWAYS  IN THE  LOS
     ANGELES AREA DURING OCTOBER 1976 AS PART  OF AN  EPA-SPONSORED PROJECT TO
     STUDY  SULFUR AEROSOLS ON ROADWAYS.  MUCH  OF  THE  WORK  DURING THE NEXT  PROJEC
     T  YEAR  WILL BE ANALYSIS  AND REPORTING OF  THE  LARGE AMOUNT OF DATA OBTAINED
     DURING THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS,  ANALYSIS  IS BEING  DIRECTED TOWARD OBT
     A1NING  AEROSOL GROWTH RATES IN THE  PLUMES,  AEROSOL NUCLEATION  RATES  IN  THE
     PLUMES  AND  SURROUNDING  ATMOSPHERE*  AND TOWARD BETTER DESCRIPTIONS OF THE
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS, LABORATORY WORK TOWARD THE DEVEL
     OPMENT  OF A CONTINUOUS  INSTRUMENT FOR THE MEASUREMENT  OF  AEROSOL  SULFUR IS
     ALSO BEING  PARTIALLY  SUPPORTED BY THIS PROJECT,

-------
FORMATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS

   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/75 - 07/78 I  FUNDING |  EST,  - FY   77  / $   25000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG6Q1B-CA-08  / R8038S1-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  PY76 / $  2530001
   PROJECT OFFICER I N     WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS »   K  T WHITBY                   UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
                     D  8 KITTELSQN                UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
                     @  K CANTRELL                 UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
   MILEl 03/77 -DATA REPORT
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS HAVE BEEN  MEASURED IN  THE ST, LOUIS AREA AS
     PART OF EPA»S PROJECT MISST USING AIRCRAFT AND  GROUND-BASED SELF-CONTAINED
     MOBILE LABORATORIES, THESE MEASUREMENTS WERE MADE WITH A GROUP OF
     COLLABORATORS SUCH THAT A COMPLETE ARRAY OF CHEMICAL* PHYSICAL* AND M£TEOR
     OLQGICAL MEASUREMENTS WERE OBTAINED ON A COAL"»FIR£D  POWER PLANT PLUME, THE
     UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA•S PORTION OF  THE PROJECT  INCLUDED AEROSOL MgASU
     REMENTS ABOARD AN  AIRCRAFT AND THE OPERATION OF A MOBILE VAN ON THE GROUND
     UNDER THE PLUMES,  THIS MOBILE VAN WAS ALSO OPERATED  ON FREEWAYS IN THE LOS
     ANGELES AREA DURING OCTOBER 1976 AS PART OF AN  ERA-SPONSORED PROJECT TO
     STUDY SULFUR AEROSOLS ON  ROADWAYS. MUCH OF THE  WORK  DURING THE NEXT PROJEC
     T YEAR WILL BE ANALYSIS AND REPORTING OF THE LARGE AMOUNT OF DATA OBTAINED
      DURING THE PAST SEVERAL  YEARS, ANALYSIS IS BEING DIRECTED TOWARD 08T
     AINING AEROSOL GROWTH RATES IN THE PLUMES, AEROSOL NUCLEATION RATES IN THE
     PLUMES AND SURROUNDING ATMOSPHERE* AND TOWARD BETTER DESCRIPTIONS OF THE
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS, LABORATORY WORK TOWARD THE DEVEL
     OPMENT OF A CONTINUOUS INSTRUMENT FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF AEROSOL SULFUR IS
     ALSO BEING PARTIALLY SUPPORTED BY THIS PROJECT,

-------
FORMATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS

   START/ COMPL DATE I     05/77  - Oa/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  S   l
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A-AH.Q3  / R803851-03   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I w  E  WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS |   K  T WHITBY                    UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
                     0  B KITTELSQN                UNIV.  OF  MINNESOTA
                     B  K CANTRELL                 UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
   MILEI  o«/79  -FINAL REPORT
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS  HAVE  BEEN  MEASURED IN  THE ST.  LOUIS AREA  AS
     PART OF EPA'S PROJECT MISST USING  AIRCRAFT  AND  GROUND  BASED SELF  CONTAINED
     MOBILE  LABORATORIES.  THESE  MEASUREMENTS  WERE  MADE WITH A  GROUP OF
     COLLABORATORS SUCH THAT  A COMPLETE  ARRAY OF CHEMICAL*  PHYSICAL*  AND  METEOR
     OLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS WERE  OBTAINED ON  A COAL FIRED POWER PLANT  PLUME.  THE
     UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA'S PORTION  OF  THE PROJECT  INCLUDED AEROSOL MEASU
     REMENTS ABOARD AN  AIRCRAFT  AND  THE  OPERATION  OF A MOBILE  VAN ON  THE  GROUND
     UNDER THE  PLUME.S,  THIS MOBILE VAN  WAS ALSO  OPERATED ON FREEWAYS  IN  THE  LOS
     ANGELES AREA DURING OCTOBER 1976 AS PART OF AN  EPA  SPONSORED PROJECT TO
     STUDY SULFUR AEROSOLS ON ROADWAYS,  MUCH  OF  THE  WORK DURING THE NEXT  PROJEC
     T  YEAR  WILL BE ANALYSIS  AND REPORTING OF THE  LARGE  AMOUNT OF DATA OBTAINED
     DURING THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS,  ANALYSIS IS BEING DIRECTED TOWARD OBT
     AINING  AEROSOL GROWTH RATES IN  THE  PLUMES,  AEROSOL  NUCLEATIQN  RATES  IN  THE
     PLUMES  AND SURROUNDING ATMOSPHERE,  AND  TOWARD BETTER DESCRIPTIONS OF THE
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS, LABORATORY  WORK TOWARD  THE DEVEL
     OPMENT  OF  A CONTINUOUS INSTRUMENT  FOR THE MEASUREMENT  OF  AEROSOL  SULFUR IS
     ALSO BEING PARTIALLY  SUPPORTED  BY  THIS  PROJECT,

-------
FORMATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS

   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/75 - 07/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  / $  a25000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG625B-EA-08  / R8038S1-03  (GRANT)   PRJOR  FY76 / $   7a0001
   PROJECT OFFICER I W    WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS I   K T WHITBY                   UNlV, OF MINNESOTA
                     D 8 KITTELSON                UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
                     B K CAMTRELL                 UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
   MXLEl 09/76 "FINAL REPORT
         12/77 -FINAL REPORT
         09/78 -FINAL REPORT
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS HAVE BEEN  MEASURED IN  THE ST, LOUIS AREA AS
     PART OF EPA'S PROJECT MI8ST USING AIRCRAFT AND  GROUND BASED SELF CONTAINED
     MOBILE LABORATORIES, THESE MEASUREMENTS WERE MADE WITH A GROUP OF
     COLLABORATORS SUCH THAT A COMPLETE ARRAY OF CHEMICAL* PHYSICAL* AND METEOR
     OLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS WERE OBTAINED ON A COAL FINED POWER PLANT PLUME. THE
     UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA'S PORTION OF  THE PROJECT  INCLUDED AEROSOL MEASU
     REMENTS ABOARD AN AIRCRAFT AND THE OPERATION OF A MOBILE VAN ON THE GROUND
     UNDER THE PLUMES, THIS MOBILE VAN WAS ALSO OPERATED ON FREEWAYS IN THE LOS
     ANGELES AREA DURING OCTOBER 1976 AS PART OF AN  EPA SPONSORED PROJECT TO
     STUDY SULFUR AEROSOLS ON ROADWAYS, MUCH OF THE  WORK DURING THE NEXT PRQJEC
     T YEAR WILL BE ANALYSIS AND REPORTING OF THE LARGE AMOUNT OF DATA OBTAINED
      DURING THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, ANALYSIS IS BEING DIRECTED TOWARD OBT
     AIMING AEROSOL GROWTH RATES IN THE PLUMES, AEROSOL NUCLEATION RATES IN THE
     PLUMES AND SURROUNDING ATMOSPHERE* AND TOWARD BETTER DESCRIPTIONS OF THE
     AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS, LABORATORY WORK TOWARD THE DEVEL
     OPMENT OF A CONTINUOUS INSTRUMENT FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF AEROSOL SULFUR IS
     ALSO BEING PARTIALLY SUPPORTED BY THIS PROJECT,

-------
EFFECTS Of THERMAL ADDITIONS ON THE DYNAMICS  OF  FOULING  COMMUNITIES  AT
BEAUFORT,  NC
   START/  COMPL DATE I     12/75 - 12/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST.  -  FY    77   /  S    70000
    TASK/EPA CODE IP625A.Q1      / Re03856-02   (GRANT)  PRIOR   FY75  / »    5U7021
   PROJECT OFFICER I D     MJLLER
   INVESTIGATORS |   J  P SUTHERLAND               DUKE UNIVERSITY
                     W  W KIR8YSMITH               DUKE UNIVERSITY
   MILE!  12/78  -FINAL REPORT ENTITLED  "EFFECTS  OF  THERMAL ADDITIONS  ON  THE DYNA
     CONSTRUCTION OF A  LABORATORY SYSTEM  WHICH  WILL  PROVIDE RUNNING  SEAWATER  AT
      AMBIENT TEMPERATURE  AND AT 2 DEGREES C, 4  DEGREES  C,  AND 8 DEGREES  C
     ABOVE AMBIENT.  FOULING  DEVELOPMENT  AND CHANGES  IN FOULING COMMUNITY  STR
     UCTURE  WILL BE  FOLLOWED AT EACH TEMPERATURE FOR SEVERAL  YEARS  ON  CLAY TILE
      PLATES (2*2 CM2)  SUBMERGED IN OCTOBER 1*75 AND APRIL  1976. LARVAL
     RECRUITMENT AT  EACH TEMPERATURE WILL  ALSO  BE  MONITORED,  PARALLEL  EXPER
     IMENTS  WILL BE  CONDUCTED SIMULTANEOUSLY  ON  PLATES SUBMERGED UNDER  THE DUKE
     MARINE  LAB DOCK. DATA WILL BE USED  TO DETERMINE THE  EFFECT  OF  HEATED
     EFFLUENTS  ON COMMUNITY  STRUCTURE  AND  FUNCTION,

-------
APPLICATION OF FOURIER TRANSFORM SPECTROSCOPY TO AIR POLLUTION PROBLEMS

   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/77 • 07/78 I FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / S   95000
    TASK/EPA CODE |G603A.AI«03  / R803868.03  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S  HS0001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J    3PENCE
   INVESTIGATORS I   J H SHAN                     OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
                     J C CAI.VERT                  OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 06/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE DEVELOPMENT OF INFRARED FOURIER TRANSFORM SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES TO
     CHARACTERIZE CERTAIN KEY AIR POLLUTANTS, THEIR  PRECURSORS AND REACTION
     PRODUCTS AND TO ESTABLISH QUANTITATIVE KINETIC  AND MECHANISTIC DETAILS
     OF THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THESE POLLUTANTS BOTH IN SIMULATED AND
     REAL ATMOSPHERES IS THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROPOSED WORK. IN PART
     ICULAR, FTS TECHNIQUES WILL 8£ USED TO OBTAIN LONG PATH LENGTH ATMOSPHERIC
      SPECTRA TO AID IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF TRACE  ATMOSPHERIC CONST
     ITUENTSi TO STUDY SOME ASPECTS OF THE NATURAL REMOVAL MECHANISMS OF FREONS
      FROM THE ATMOSPHERE AND OF THEIR INFLUENCE ON  ATMOSPHERIC OZONE, AND
     TO STUDY SOME KEY REACTIONS OF IMPORTANCE IN PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG
     FORMATION,,

-------
SEWAGE DISPOSAL BY EVAPORATION-TRANSPIRATION

   START/  COMPL DATE I     07/75  -  12/77  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  S
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IC611B.7129    /  R803871      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY75  / S
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  F   KSEISSL
   INVESTIGATORS |   E  R  BENNETT                  UNIV,  OF  COLORADO
                     K  D  LIN8TEDT                  UNIV,  OF  COLORADO
   MILEl 07/75  -START
        11/77  -COMPLETE
        03/78  -PUBLISH
     PROPER DISPOSAL OF SEWAGE  EFFLUENT  FROM  RURAL AND  ISOLATED HOMES  AND B
     USINESSES  IS  ONE OF  THE  MOST  DIFFICULT PROBLEMS FACING HEALTH  AUTHORITIES,
     THIS  is  PARTICULARLY TRUE  IN  AREAS  WHERE SOIL CONDITIONS  ARE  u
     NSUITABLE  FOR APPLICATION  OF  LEACHING FIELDS  FOLLOWING SEPTIC  TANKS. THESE
      CONDITIONS ARE IN MANY  AREAS HAVING  HIGH GROUND  WATER TABLES  AND IN
     OTHER AREAS WHERE  BEDROCK  IS  CLOSE  TO THE GROUND  SURFACE,  UNDER THESE CO
     NDITIONS»  AN  EVAPORATION  TYPE SYSTEM  .CONCEPT  CAN  BE  USED  TO DISPOSE  OF THE
      WASTEWATER WITHOUT  ADVERSE EFFECTS ON THE LAND OR  GROUND  WATER.  THE OBJ
     ECTIVES  OF THIS STUDY ARE  TO  DETERMINE RATIONAL DESIGN CRITERIA,  ESTIMATED
     COSTS AND  POTENTIAL  APPLICABILITY  OF  EVAPQTRANSPIRATION  CET)  AND  MEC
     HANICAL  EVAPORATION  (E)  SYSTEMS  FOR DISPOSAL  OF WASTEWATER FROM INDIVIDUAL
     HOMES. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES  ARE THE  QUANTIFICATION  UF MAJOR DESIGN PA
     RAMETERS*  SUCH AS  SOIL TYPE,  SATURATED DEPTH  AND  VEGETATIVE COVER FOR £T S
     YSTEMS AND PHYSICAL  AND  MECHANICAL  FACTORS FOR  E  SYSTEMS,  BY  THERMODYNAMIC
     STUDIES,  PILOT STUDIES,  AND IN THE  CASE  OF ET SYSTEMS, MONITORING OF EX
     ISTING FULL-SCALE  SYSTEMS,  BY USE  OF  METEOROLDGIC  AND  HYDROLOGlC  DATA FROM
     APPROXIMATELY FIVE LOCATIONS  IN  THE UNITED STATES,  ESTIMATES  OF COST AND
     APPLICABILITY OF THESE TYPES  OF  SYSTEMS  WILL  BE MADE FDR  THESE LOCATIONS
     REPRESENTING  A WIDE  SPECTRUM  OF  CLIMATIC CONDITIONS,

-------
EVALUATION OF FULL SCAUE WASTEWATER REUSE SYSTEM FOR DOMESTIC
GROUNDWATER REPLENISHMENT
   START/ COMPL DATE I    09/75 •
    TASK/EPA CODE lC6U8.722i   /
   PROJECT OFFICER I J N  ENGLISH
   INVESTIGATORS I   D   AR&Q
                     P I MCCARTY
               -PROJECT START
               -INTERIM FUNDING
               -INTERIM REPORT
               "PROJECT COMPLETION
               "FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
         OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY ARE TO EVALUATE
         THE RELIABILITY AND EFFLUENT VARIABILITY
                               08/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / $   55000
                               S8Q3873«OJ   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY7S / $  U50QQ1
MXLEl
                                               ORANGE CO,  WATER DISTRICT
                                               STANFORD UNIVERSITY
  THE
  cn
    09/75
    00/77
    03/78
    08/78
    03/79
                                             ON A FULL PLANT-SCALE BASlSi
                                             OF A 15 MGD ADVANCED
WASTEWATER TREATMENT (AWT) SYSTEM PRODUCING A WATER APPROACHING POTABLE
QUALITY FOR USE IN GROUND WATER REPLENISHMENT AND PREVENTION OF SEAWATER
 INTRUSION/ ANO (2) THE QUALITY OF THE EFFLUENT WITH REGARD TO THE ID
ENTIFICATIQN, MEASUREMENT. AND MONITORING OF TRACE MATERIALS (CHEMICAL* PH
YSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL) AND RESIDUES. PARTICULAR EMPHASIS WILL BE PLACED ON
 THE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ORGANIC MATERIALS IN THE EFFLUENT USING THE
LATEST'GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC/MASS SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC PROCEDURES, THE
ANALYSES TO BE CONDUCTED ARE AS FOLLOwSl 1, GENERAL ORGANIC CH
ARACTERIZATIONj A, VOLATILE ORGANIC ANALYSIS (VQA)f 8, SOLVENT EXTRACTA8LE
ANALYSIS (SEA)| C, DETAILED CHARACTERIZATION (DC)» 2, POLVCYCLIu AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS (PAH)» 3, PESTICIDES! <», PQLYCHLORINATED 8IPHENYL3 (PCBS)J 5,
 TRICHLORQBENZENE, THE AWT SYSTEH TREATS THE EFFLUENT FROM A TRIC
KLING FILTER PLANT USING LIME COAGULATION AND SEDIMENTATION, AMMONIA STRIP
PING, RECARBONATIQN, FILTRATION, CARBON ADSORPTION, AND CHLQRINATION, THIS
EFFLUENT WILL 9C BLENDED WITH DESALTED SEAWATER AND/OR A SUPPLY OF DEEP
GROUNDWATER FOR INJECTION INTO A DOMESTIC AQUIFER,

-------
MCSOSCALE SULFUR BALANCE STUDIES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     12/75 • 02/79 I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77/1   17aOOO
    TASK/EPA CODE I5603A.AH-U  / R803887-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I W     WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS I   J  W WINCHESTER                STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA,  SYS,
                     J  W NELSON                   STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA.  SYS.
   MILEI  12/80  -FINAL REPORT
     A  COMPREHENSIVE STUDY IS  BEING  CONDUCTED TO CHARACTERIZE  THE OCCURRENCE  OF
     SULFUR IN AEROSOL PARTICLES AT SAMPLING STATIONS  IN ta LOCATIONS
     BETWEEN THE MlD-CONTINENT AND EASTERN SEABOARD  OF  CONTINENTAL  U.S.X"
     ADDITIONAL REMOTE  STATIONS IN MARINE  AND CONTINENTAL AREAS  ARE ALSO BEING
     OPERATED  TO PROVIDE IMPORTANT  BACKGROUND INFORMATION, EMPHASIS  IS
     BEING PLACED ON THE CONCENTRATIONS OF SULFUR  IN RELATION  TO
     OTHER ELEMENTS  PRESENT  IN THE AEROSOL AND ON  THE TIM£  VARIABILITY OF
     THESE CONCENTRATIONS WITH A TIME RESOLUTION OF  2 HOURS, SAMPLING  is BEING
     CARRIED OUT CONTINUOUSLY  AT HEIGHTS FROM GROUND LEVEL  TO  so METERS  BY  A
     UNIQUE TIME SEQUENCE FILTER SAMPLER WHICH HAS BEEN DEVELOPED AT  FLORIDA
     STATE UNIVERSITY,  ADDITIONAL SAMPLES  ARE PLANNED TO  BE TAKEN DURING I
     NTEN8IVE PERIODS DURING THE YEAR BY CASCADE IMPACTORS  AT  ABOUT FIVE OF THE
     FILTER SAMPLING SITES*  USING CASCADE  IMPACTORS  FUR DETERMINATION  OF THE
     PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF SULFUR  AND RELATED ELEMENTS,  ELEMENTAL ANA
     LYSIS IS PERFORMED USING  PROTON INDUCED  X-RAY EMISSION, A HIGHLY  SENSITIVE
     TECHNIQUE PERMITTING BOTH THE  EXTREMELY SHORT  2»HOUR  TIME  RESOLUTION  ON A
     CONTINUOUS BASIS  FOR FILTER SAMPLES  AS  WELL  AS THE  SIZE  RESOLUTION
     OF PARTICLES AS SMALL AS  0,25 MICRON  DIAMETER BY CASCADE  IMPACTORS,
     BY MEANS OF THE COMBINATION OF  SAMPLING  TECHNIQUES*  TH£ IMPACT OF FOS8I
     L  FUEL COMBUSTION  AND OTHER ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES  OF SULFUR ON THE  NATURAL
     CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ATMOSPHERE MAY BE PRECISELY  DETERMINED,

-------
MES08CALE SULFUR BALANCE 8TUOIE8

   START/ CQMPL DATE I    12/75 » 02/79 I  FUNDING I  E8T,  • FY   77  / S   S5000
    TA8K/CPA CODE IG6258-EA-14  / R603887-Q2  CGRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I R    PATTERSON
   INVESTIGATORS I   J N WINCHESTER               STATE UNIVERSITY OF FLA,  SYS.
                     J W NELSON                   STATE UNIVERSITY OF FLA,  SYS.
   MILEi 11/78 -FINAL REPORT
     A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY IS BEING CONDUCTED TO CHARACTERIZE THE OCCURRENCE OF
      SULFUR IN AEROSOL PARTICLES AT SAMPLING STATIONS IN U LOCATIONS  4
     BETWEEN THE MlD»CONTINENT AND EASTERN SEABOARD  OF CONTINENTAL U.SBA.
     ADDITIONAL REMOTE STATIONS IN MARINE  AND CONTINENTAL AREAS ARE ALSO BEING
      OPERATED TO PROVIDE IMPORTANT BACKGROUND INFORMATION. EMPHASIS IS
     BEING PLACED ON THE CONCENTRATIONS OF SULFUR IN RELATION TO
     OTHER ELEMENTS PRESENT JN THE AEROSOL AND ON THE  TIME VARIABILITY OF
     THESE CONCENTRATIONS WITH A TIME RESOLUTION OF  2  HOURS, SAMPLING is BEINS
     CARRIED OUT CONTINUOUSLY AT HEIGHTS FROM GROUND LEVEL TO 30 METERS BY  A
     UNIQUE TIME SEQUENCE FILTER SAMPLER WHICH HAS BEEN DEVELOPED AT FLORIDA
     STATE UNIVERSITY, ADDITIONAL SAMPLES  ARg PLANNED  TO BE TAKEN DURING I
     NTEN8IVE PERIODS DURING THE YEAR BY CASCADE IMPACTORS AT ABOUT FIVE OF THE
     FILTER SAMPLING SITES* USING CASCADE  IMPACTORS  FOR DETERMINATION OP THE
     PARTICLE SUE DISTRIBUTION OF SULFUR  AND RELATED  ELEMENTS, ELEMENTAL  ANA
     LYSIS IS PERFORMED USING PROTON INDUCED X«RAY EMISSION, A HIGHLY SENSITIVE
      TECHNIQUE PERMITTING BOTH THE EXTREMELY SHORT  B-HQUR TIME RESOLUTION  ON A
      CONTINUOUS BASIS FOR FILTER SAMPLES  AS HELL AS THE SIZE RESOLUTION
     OF PARTICLES AS SMALL AS 0,25 MICRON  DIAMETER BY  CASCADE IMPACTORS,
     BY MEANS OF THE COMBINATION OF SAMPLING TECHNIQUES*  THE IMPACT OF FOSSI
     L FUS"L COMBUSTION AND OTHER ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES OF SULFUR ON THE NATURAL
      CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ATMOSPHERE MAY BE PRECISELY DETERMINED,

-------
MESOSCALC SULFUR BALANCE STUDIES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     13/75  -  02/79  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  • FY   77  / S   35000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG712B-8B-03  /  R803887-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $    320001
   PROJECT OFFICER I R     PATTERSON
   INVESTIGATORS I   J  W WINCHESTER                STATE UNIVERSITY OF FLA.  SYS.
                     J  W NELSON                    STATE UNIVERSITY OF FLA,  SYS.
   MILEl  L2/77  -FINAL REPORT
     A  COMPREHENSIVE STUDY IS  BEING  CONDUCTED  TO CHARACTERIZE THE OCCURRENCE  OF
     SULFUR IN AEROSOL PARTICLES  AT SAMPLING  STATIONS  IN 14 LOCATIONS
     BETWEEN THE MlO-CQNTINENT AND EASTERN SEABOARD  QP  CONTINENTAL U.S.X
     ADDITIONAL REMOTE  STATIONS  IN MARINE  AND  CONTINENTAL AREAS ARE ALSO  BEING
     OPERATED  TO PROVIDE  IMPORTANT  BACKGROUND INFORMATION, EMPHASIS  IS
     BEING PLACED ON THE CONCENTRATIONS  OF SULFUR  IN RELATION TO
     OTHER ELEMENTS PRESENT  IN THE AEROSOL AND ON  THE TIME VARIABILITY OF
     THESE CONCENTRATIONS  WITH A  TIME RESOLUTION OF  2 HOURS. SAMPLING  IS  BEING
     CARRIED OUT CONTINUOUSLY  AT  HEIGHTS FROM  GROUND LEVEL TO 30  METERS BY  A
     UNIQUE TIME SEQUENCE  FILTER  SAMPLER WHICH HAS SEEN DEVELOPED AT  FLORIDA
     STATE UNIVERSITY,  ADDITIONAL  SAMPLES  ARE  PLANNED TO  BE TAKEN DURING  I
     NTENSIVE PERIODS DURING  THE  YEAR BY CASCADE IMPACTORS AT ABOUT FIVE  OF THE
     FILTER SAMPLING SITES*  USING  CASCADE  IMPACTORS  FOR DETERMINATION OF  THE
     PARTICLE SUE DISTRIBUTION  OF SULFUR  AND  RELATED ELEMENTS, ELEMENTAL  ANA
     LYSIS IS PERFORMED USING  PROTON INDUCED  X-RAY EMISSION, A  HIGHLY  SENSITIVE
     TECHNIQUE PERMITTING BOTH  THE  EXTREMELY  SHORT  2-HOUR TIME RESOLUTION  ON A
     CONTINUOUS BASIS  FOR FILTER  SAMPLES  AS  WELL  AS THE  SIZE RESOLUTION
     OF PARTICLES AS SMALL AS  0,2? MICRON  DIAMETER BY CASCADE IMPACTORS,
     BY MEANS OF THE COMBINATION  OF  SAMPLING  TECHNIQUES,  THE IMPACT OF FOSSI
     L  FUEL COMBUSTION  AND OTHER  ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES  OF SULFUR  ON THE NATURAL
     CHARACTERISTICS OF TH£  ATMOSPHERE  MAY BE PRECISELY  DETERMINED,

-------
ISOLATION AND STUDY OF CHLORQ«QRGANICS RE3ULTIN5 FROM CHLQRINATION OF
SEAWATER
   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/75 • 05/79 I FUNDING I  E3T, • FY   77  / $  330000
    TASK/EPA CODE lii625A«l-01   / R803893.03  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY74> / $  3500001
   PROJECT OFFICER I W P  DAVIS
   INVESTIGATORS i   j H CARPENTER                UNIV, OF MIAMI
                     C A SMITH                    UNIV, OF MIAMI
   MILEl 05/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THE PROPOSED RESEARCH SEEKS TO IDENTIFY THE CHLQ«INE»CONTAINING AND
     BROMINE-CONTAINING ORGANIC COMPOUNDS THAT ARE FORMED WHEN CHLORINE IS
     ADDED TO SEAWATER, INITIAL EMPHASIS WOULD BE PLACED ON STUDY OF REACTION
     CONDITIONS THAT OCCUR DURING POWER PLANT OPERATION? I,E,, UP TO 2 HOURS AT
      TEMPERATURES UP TO 38 DEGREES C WITH AND WITHOUT SUNLIGHT, TOTAL
     ORGANIC HALOGENATED COMPOUNDS YIELD WOULD BE MEASURED, THE REACTION
     PRODUCTS WOULD BE FRACTIONATED* USING SELECTIVE SOLUBILITY AND THIN LAYER
     CHROMATOGRAPHY, CHARACTERIZATION WOULD BE CARRIED OUT USING GAS CHROMAT
     QGRAPHIC-MASS SPECTRAL TECHNIQUES AND ADDITIONAL CHARACTERIZATION WOULD BE
     BASED ON UV AND IK SPECTRA WITH NMR FOR SPECIAL CASES,

-------
SULFUR BUDGET IN LARGE PLUMES

   START/ COMPL DATE I    Oa/77  -  03/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $   2a7000
    TASK/EPA  CODE IG625B-EA-06   /  R803896-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7b  / $   2260001
   PROJECT OFFICER I W £   WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS i   R e  HUSAR                     WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
                     N V  GILLANI                  WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
                     J D  HUSAR                     WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  o*/76  -FINAL REPORT
         12/77  -FINAL REPORT
         09/78  -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM AS  A  PART  OF  PROJECT MISTT  (MIDWEST  INTE
     RSTATE SULFUR TRANSFORMATION  AND  TRANSPORT)  IS  THE QUANTITATIVE DETERMINAT
     ION  OF THE FATE OF ATMOSPHERIC  SULFUR*  I.E.,  THE  RATE  OF  SULFATE  FORMATION
     AND  THE  RATE OF 802  REMOVAL TO  THE  GROUND.  LARGE  PLUMES EMITTED FROM THE
      ELEVATED  (POWER PLANT)  AND LOW LEVEL  SOURCES (URBAN)  WERE  STUDIED  ON
     THE  REGIONAL SCALE,  AIRBORNE  MEASUREMENTS  IN  THE  PLUMES AND BACKGROUND
     AIR  OUTSIDE THE PLUME «£R£  CARRIED  OUT  FOR  802  03 NQX, BSCAT,  AEROSOL
     CHARGE,  PARTICULATE  SULFUR  CONCENTRATION AND  SUPPORTED BY EXTENSIVE
     METEOROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS.  SULFUR BUDGETS  OF  WELL  DEFINED PLUMES  WERE  A
     SSESSED. TRANSPORT OF POLLUTANTS  IN PLUMES  WAS  CHARACTERIZED IN TERMS OF  H
     ORIZONTAL  "LONQ RANGE TRANSPORT"  AND  VERTICAL TRANSPORT,  THE IMPORTANCE  OF
      DRY REMOVAL FOR DIFFERENT  TYPES  OF PLUMES  AND  METEOROLOGICAL  CONDITIONS
     WAS  ASSESSED, 302 TO PARTICULATE  SULFATE CONVERSION  RATES WERE DETERMINED
     FOR  THE  COAL-FIRED LABADIE  POWER  PLANT  PLUME  AND  THE DIURNAL VARIABILITY
     (1-a PERCENT PER HOUR FOR NOON  HOURS  AND 0,5  PERCENT PER  HOUR  FOR  NIGHT
     HOURS) WAS DETERMINED,

-------
SULFUR BUDGET IN LARGE PLUMES

   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/75 • 07/78 I  FUNDING I  CST, • FY   77  / S   15000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A-AG-17  / R80S896«0286(GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          I
   PROJECT OFFICER I W    WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS i   R e HUSAR                    WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 09/78 -RPT, ON RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VISIBILITY AND POLLUTANT CONG.'
     THE THREE MAIN OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY AREl 1) ESTABLISH AND DOCUMENT BY
     FIELD MEASUREMENTS THE SULFUR BUDGET  IN LARGE SINGLE PLUMES*  2)
     IDENTIFY THE MAJOR PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL MECHANISMS AND PARAMETERS WHICH
     GOVERN THE SULFUR BUDGET, 3) FORMULATE AND TEST A
      DISPERSION»TRANSFQRMATION«REMOVAL MODEL FOR S02  AND AEROSOL,
     INSTRUMENTED AIRCRAFT AND SURFACE VEHICLES WILL BE USED FOR THE DETAILED p
     LUME MAPPING OF FIXED DISTANCES FROM  THE SOURCE OUTWARD TO 100 KM. USING W
     IND FIELD DATA FROM PILOT BALLOON MEASUREMENTS* THE HORIZONTAL SULFUR FLUX
     WILL BE MEASURED IN THE GAS AND AEROSOL PHASE,  THE AEROSOL MASS AND
     SULFUR CONTENT WILL BE MEASURED BY A  HIGH RESOLUTION BETA-GAUGE AND VAPORI
     ZATION.FLAME PHOTOMETRIC METHOD, RESPECTIVELY,  THESE DATA WILL BE UTILIZED
     TO ESTABLISH THE AMOUNTS OF 302 CONVERTED TO AEROSOL AND ITS RATE AND THE
     AMOUNT OF SULFUR REMOVED BY DRY DEPOSITION, THE DATA WILL BE USED FOR
     THE IMPROVEMENTS AND EXTENSION OF DISPERSION-TRANSFORMATlON-REMQVAL
     MODELS.

-------
A FACILITY FOR THE EXPERIMENTAL.  ANALYSIS  OF  COASTAL  MARINE  ECOSYSTEMS

   START/  COMPL DATE I     07/77  •  06/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  S   980000
    TASK/EPA  CODE IP625A-07      /  R803902-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7b  / $  19609551
   PROJECT OFFICER I E  D  SCHNEIDER
   INVESTIGATORS i   j  A KNAUSS                    UNIV,  OF  RHODE ISLAND
                     S    NIXON                     UNIV,  DP  RHODE ISLAND
                     M    PIISON                    UNIV,  OF  RHODE ISLAND
                     T    SMAYDA                    UNIV,  OF  RHODE ISLAND
   MILEI 06/78 -FINAL REPORT  ENTITLED  »A  FACILITY  FOR  THE EXPERIMENTAL  ANALYSIS
     OBJECTIVES! A)  TO  DEVELOP  A FACILITY  AND  METHODOLOGY FOR  THE EXPERIMENTAL
     ANALYSIS OF COASTAL MARINE  ECOSYSTEMS AND THEIR RESPONSE  TO ENERGY-RELATED
      ENVIRONMENTAL  STRESSES  B)  TO RELATE  THE  EXPERIMENTAL  RESULTS
     TO  ECOSYSTEM THEORY AND  JTS IMPLICATIONS  FOR  THE  MANAGEMENT OF COASTAL  M
     ARINE ENVIRONMENTS, APPROACHl REPLICATE MESO-8CALE  EXPERIMENTAL ECOSYSTEMS
     SIMULATING A VARIETY OF  COMMON  COASTAL  MARINE ENVIRONMENTS  WILL BE  DEVEL
     OPED  AND MAINTAINED AT  A SPECIAL  SHORE-BASED  LABORATORY,  A  NUMBER  OF STRE3
     SES OR ENVIRONMENTAL PERTURBATIONS  ASSOCIATED WITH  ENERGY DEVELOPMENT WILL
     THEN  BE  APPLIED OVER A  RANGE  OF INTENSITIES  TO  THESE SYSTEMS BEFORE*
     DURING,  AND AFTER  THE APPLICATION OF  STRESS,  SIMILAR FIELD  EXPERIMENTS  MAY
     ALSO  BE  CARRIED OUT ON  A SMALL  SCALE  IN SOME  ENVIRONMENTS,  CURRENT  PLAN
     Si  THE FIRST PROJECT WILL  INVOLVE 9  SHORE-BASED EXPERIMENTAL WATER  COLUMNS
     (3M DEEP X 2M OIA.) WITH ASSOCIATED  BOTTOM SEDIMENTS AND  BENTHOS,  THE
     MICROCOSMS WILL FIRST BE STUDIED  FOR  REPLICABILITY  AND FOR  DIFFERENCES
     BETWEEN  TANKS THAT ARE  RUN  AS OPEN  OR CLOSED  SYSTEMS WITH RESPECT  TO
     SEA-WATER FLOW, AFTER THIS  PRELIMINARY  WORK  is  COMPLETED, A SERIES  OF EXP
     ERIMENTS INVOLVING THE  ADDITION OF  WATER  SOLUBLE  PETROLEUM  HYDROCARBONS AT
     CONCENTRATIONS  OF  100 AND  1000  UC/1  WILL  BEGIN,

-------
EVALUATION OF AMES' WASTE PROCESS • AN ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM

   START/ COMPL DAT! I    02/76 - 02/79 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / $  250000
    TASK/EPA CODE |tJ624B-39l    / R8Q3903     (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $  4640001
   PROJECT OFFICER I C    WILES
   INVESTIGATORS |   A 0 CHANTLAND                AMES CITY GOVERNMENT
                     L J SHANNON                  MIDWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE
                     A W JQENSEN                  IOWA STATE UNIV, OF SC. & TEC
                     E R 8AUMAN                   IOWA STATE UNIV, OF SC. & TEC
   MILE! 04/77 "FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         os/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         01/77 -FUNDING INCREMENT
         04/77 -GRANT AMENDMENT
         02/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THE STUDY WILL ASSESS THE EFFECTS OF USING MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE (MSW) AS
     A SUPPLEMENTARY FUEL, CO-FIRING OF M8W WITH COAL IN STOKER AND TANGEN
     TIALLY.FIRED BOILERS WILL BE CONDUCTED AND SINCE ONE BOILER IS THE SAME AS
      AT ST, LOUIS* STUDIES WILL PERMIT CONFIRMATION, AND COMPARISON OF
     SELECTED ST. LOUIS RESULTS, ASSESSMENTS WILL BE MADE OF THE TECHNICAL AND
     ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF THESE CQ-FIRING TECHNIQUES, IN ADDITION, TE
     CHNICAL AND ECONOMIC TESTS AND EVALUATIONS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON THE SECOND
     GENERATION MSW PROCESSING FACILITY ASSOCIATED WITH SUPPLYING THE REFUSE
     DERIVED FUEL,

-------
DEMONSTRATION OF UNCOVERED REACTOR,  FINE  BUBBLE  OXYGEN  •  ACTIVATED
SLUDGE SYSTEM
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/75 • OS/TS I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77
                                                           /  S
                                              (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY75  /  J
     35000
   2000001
   MXLEl
     THE
     AIR
08/75
02/76
0«/76
09/77
OS/78
                                                  METROP,  DENVER  SEW,
                                                  F  M  C  CORPORATION
                                                  METROP,  DENVER  SEW,
                                                             DISP.  DI3

                                                             DISP,  DIS
                                                 THREE-PASS
                                                 OXYGEN
DIFFUSED
 TASK/CPA CODE IC611B.7051   / 8603910
PROJECT OFFICER I  R C  BRENNER
INVESTIGATORS I   J U PUNTENNEY
                  J L PUNTENNEY
                  8   PEARLMAN
            •GRANT AWARDED
            •CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED
            •SYSTEM DEBUGGING COMPLETED
            •EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION COMPLETED
            •FINAL REPORT COMPLETED
      OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT W£RCi 1)  TO CONVERT A
      SYSTEM TO A  SINGLE-PASS, UNCOVERED REACTORi  PURE
  ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEM, 2) TO EVALUATE  THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PURE OXYGEN
  SYSTEM AT VARYING FOOD TO MICROORGANISM  RATIOS,  DETENTION TIMES,  AMBIENT
   TEMPERATURES, AND DIURNAL FLOW CONDITIONS, 3)  TO DETERMINE DESIGN
  CRITERIA FOR A FULL PLANT CONVERSION OF  THE EXISTING SECONDARY SYSTEM
   TO AN UNCOVERED REACTOR PURE OXYGEN SYSTEM, AS  THEY RELATE TO OXYGEN
  UTILIZATION EFFICIENT, SOLIDS SETTLING CHARACTERISTICS, POWER REQUIREMENTS
   FOR OXYGEN DISSOLUTION, AND RELIABILITY OF OXYGEN DIFFUSION AND
  CONTROL EQUIPMENT, «)  TO DEMONSTRATE THE FEASIBILITY OF USING THIS TECH
  NOLOGY AT OTHER  OVERLOADED ACTIVATED SLUDGE PLANTS THAT COULD BENEFIT FROM
  UPGRADING OF EXISTING  TANKAGE AND FACILITIES, THE DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM WAS
   OPERATED FROM MAY 1976 TO SEPTEMBER 1977 AT INFLUENT FLOWS VARYING
  FROM 6 TO 18 MGD, MAJOR OPERATING DIFFICULTIES  WERE ENCOUNTERED
  DURING THE 1976  AUTUMN, 1976-1977 WINTER, AND EARLY SPRING 1977 SEASONS
  DUE TO SEVERE INFESTATION OF FILAMENTOUS ORGANISMS, DURING PERIODS WHEN F
  ILAMENTOUS GROWTHS WERE NOT EXCESSIVE, SATISFACTORY SYSTEM PERFORMANCE WAS
  OBSERVED AT NOMINAL AERATION DETENTION TIMES DOWN TO SLIGHTLY LESS
  THAN ONE HOUR,

-------
TQXAPHENE COMPOSITION AND TOXICOLOGY

   START/ CQMPL DATE I    01/75 « 12/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77/1   45000
    TASK/EPA CODE lH615F-762«   / RB03913-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY7b / $   450001
   PROJECT OFFICER I R L  BARON
   INVESTIGATORS I   J E CA8IDA                   UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
                     M   SALEH                    UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
   MILEl 00/77 "COMPARE TQXAPHENE PRODUCTS FOR UNIFORMITY AS MANUFACTURED FROM
         00/78 -COMPARE TQXAPHENE FROM VARIOUS NATIONAL SOURCES
         00/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVES ARE TO DEFINE THE COMPOSITION AND  TOXICOLOGY OF TOXAPHENE,
     THE INSECTICIDE USED IN LARGEST AMOUNTS IN THE  UNITED STATES, AN
     IMPROVED ANALYTICAL METHOD BY OPEN TUBULAR COLUMN GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY ASSIS
     TED IN ESTABLISHING THE COMPARATIVE COMPOSITION OF 21 SAMPLES OF TQXAPHENE
     AND RELATED CHLORINATED TERPENES INCLUDING THE  SAMPLE EMPLOYED FOR TESTS
     IN MAMMALS FOR POTENTIAL CARCINOGENIC ACTIVITY. INDIVIDUAL TOXAPHENE
      COMPONENTS ARE NEEDED FOR USE IN METABOLISM AND  ENVIRONMENTAL
     CHEMISTRY STUDIES AND TO ESTABLISH STRUCTURE-TOXlCITY RELATIONSHIPS. THESE
     CAN NOW BE OBTAINED BY NEW PREPARATION METHODS  TO THAT YIELD COMPOUNDS
     ACCOUNTING FOR 20-25% OF THE COMPOSITION OF TOXAPHENE, THUS* c
     HLQRINATIQN OF S.EXO^IO-DICHLOROBORNANE PROVIDES  A CONVENIENT SOURCE OF 2,
     2,5"ENDO*6«EXO,6,9,iO»HEPTACHLQRQBQRNANE (B) WHICH ON FURTHER CHLQRINATION
     GIVES THE 3«EXQ-CHLQRU,5-EXO-CHLQRO«, 8-CHLORQ-*  9-CHLQRO-» AND
     10-CHLORO.DERIVATIVES PLUS TWO NONECHLORQBQRNANES, BIOASSAYS IN
     PROGRESS SUGGEST THAT THE TOXICITY TO MICE* HDUSEFLIES AND GOLDFISH
     DECREASES ON INTRODUCING CHLORINE SUBSTITUENTS  INTO B IN THE ORDER
     9-CHLORQ GREATER THAN 8-CHLQRQ GREATER THAN NO  ADDED CHLORINE GREATER THAN
     3-EXO-CHLORO GREATER THAN 10-CHLORO,  PRELIMINARY  STUDIES INDICATE
     THAT B IS RAPIDLY AND EXTENSIVELY METABOLIZED IN  RATSi REDUCED PQRPH
     YRIN SYSTEMS AND IN BOVINE RUMEN FLUID TO TWO MAJOR PRODUCTS, THE METABOL1
     SM AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY OF B AND RELATED CHLOROBORNANES WItL BE EMP

-------
METABOLISM AND TOXIC EFFECTS OF  DITHIOCARBAMATE  FUNGICIDES  IN THE RAT

   START/ COMPL DATE I     01/75  •  12/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $    U8600
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IH615F.7626   /  R803914-03   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $    U67181
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  L   BARQN
   INVESTIGATORS  I   R  A  NEAU                     VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY
                     T    Y09HIDA                   VANDER8ILT UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  00/77  -DETERMINE METABOLIC  FATE OF ETU  IN MAMHALS
         00/78  -EFFECT  OF ETM ON MFO ENZYME SYSTEMS
         oo/78  -METABOLIC PATE OF  ETM  IN MAMMALS
     THIS  PROJECT  DEALS WITH THE MAMMALIAN (RATS*  MICE)  METABOLISM  OF
     REPRESENTATIVE  ETHYLCNE-BISDITHIQCARBAMATE  CEBOO  FUNGICIDES
     AND  THEN  MAJOR  BREAKDOWN PRODUCTS ETHYLENETHIURAM  HONOSULFIDE  (ETM),  E
     THYLENE  THIOUREA  (ETU)  AND  ETHYLENE UREA  (EU),  IN  ADDITION, THE ABILITY  OF
     THE  EBDC  FUNGICIDES  AND THEIR METABOLITES TO  INHIBIT MAMMALIAN
     MONOOXYGENASE SYSTEMS  IN LIVER  AND  TESTES *ILL  BE  EXAMINED,

-------
ALASKAN OIL SEEPS • THEIR CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS ON THE
ENVIRONMENT
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/75 • 05/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  /  $   123991
    TASK/EPA CODE IM625A-003    / R803922-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S  2535331
   PROJECT OFFICER I F  B  LOTSPEICH
   INVESTIGATORS I   0  G SHAW                     UNJV, OF ALASKA
   MILEI 05/78 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVE IS TO RELATE A DEFINED CHRONIC INPUT  OF PETROLEUM  IN AN
     INTERTIDAL ENVIRONMENTAL TO BIOLOGICAL CHANGES  AT THE ORGANISM AND  CO
     MMUNITY LEVELS, THE PROJECT WILL INVESTIGATE OIL  SEEPS ALONG THE  GULF OF A
     LASKA THAT PROVIDE LONG-TERM, LOW-LEVEL INPUT OF  PETROLEUM INTO THE MARINE
      INTERTIDAL ENVIRONMENT,

-------
803926


A.  The overall objective of  the  project  is  to  demonstrate  the effectiveness of a
    physical-chemica1 and biological  liquid  waste  treatment plant in treating leachate
    collected  from a  land solid waste  disposal  site.   Associated with the overall
    objective, alternative  treatment  sequences  will  be evaluated with regard to
    technical  effectiveness and economics  of operation.
B.  The specific objectives of this project  will be  met  by  two actions.   First, the
    treatment  plant will be operated  in five (5) modes:  1.  Chemical-Physical Treatment
    followed by an Aerobic  Biological  Treatment, 2.  Chemica1-Physical Treatment,
    3. Aerobic Biological Treatment,  4. Aerobic Biological  Treatment followed by
    Chemical-Physical Treatment,  5- Activated Carbon Treatment.
         Second, bench scale  testing will  be performed to evaluate  chemical  dosage and
    other plant operating procedures,  such as sludge return and  air  rates.   The bench
    scale tests will  be performed both on  a  research scale  plant (20 gallons/day) and
    a batch process.  Different organic loadings as  well as chemical dosages will be
    examined.  These  bench  scale  tests will  be  included  in  the daily work load of the
    chemist-operator.  This will  enable potentially  desirable  process modifications to
    be studied on a full-scale plant with  minimum  upset  to  the plant.
         During these bench scale tests, as  well as  full-scale plant operation, com-
    plete documentation of  test procedures,  chemical  dosage,  retention time, and result
    will  be generated.  Complete  documentation  will  also be provided on  daily operatior
    and plant  modifications including  startup,  operation, maintenance, problems, problen
    resolution, costs and performance.

-------
                                     FUNDING I  EST,  * FV
                                         (GRANT)   PRIOR
  77
FY76
EVALUATION OF HIGH-RATE INFILTRATIDN-PERCOUTJON  BIDS  TO  IMPROVE  WATER
QUALITY
   8TART/ COMPL DATE I     08/77 . 07/78 I
    TASK/EPA CODE IL6UC-52     / R803931
   PROJECT OFFICER I L  £  LEACH
   INVESTIGATORS |   D  G SMITH
                     K  D LlNSTEDT
                     E  R BENNETT
   MILCl 08/75
         08/76
         07/77
         10/78
 / $   a
/ S  1269861
                                             BOULDER CITY  GOVERNMENT
                                             UNXV,  OF COLORADO
                                             UNIV,  OF COLORADO
          -PROJECT INITIATED
          -INTERIM REPORT
          -SPECIFIC DESIGN DATA FOR BOULDER 1 SIMILAR SITUATIONS
          -FINAL REPQRT-S YEARS DATA FOR TECHNICAL  DESIGN  BULLETINS
THIS PROJECT INVOLVES THE OPERATION AND MONITORING OF THREE INFILT
RATION-PERCOLATION BASINS OF VARYING AREAS LESS THAN ONE ACRE,  SECONDARY  e
FFLUENT FROM A MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IS APPLIED  AT  LOADINGS
OF 100 ACRE-FEET/ACRE/YEAR TO 200 ACRE-FEET/ACRE/YEAR, THE ANALYSIS OF
WATER QUALITY AND THE VARIOUS OPERATIONAL MODES AVAILABLE AND THEIR EFFECT
ON WATER QUALITY is THE MAIN EMPHASIS OF THE PROJECT,

-------
CONTINUOUS FLOW BIOASSAVS USING NATURAL  PERIPHVTON  COMMUNITIES  WITH
EMPHASIS ON THE EFFECTS OF COAL LEACHATE
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/75 -  07/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST.  -  FY    77/1
    TASK/EPA CODE IN625A-079    /  R80J93Z-03   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 /  S    550001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I W     MILLER                                A .
   INVESTIGATORS  i    D  z GERHART                  UNXV, OF  MINNESOTA
                     L  L HOLMETRANO                UNXV, OF  MINNESOTA
                     T  J HOOD                      UNXV, OF  MINNESOTA
                     j  R RICHTER                  UNIV, or  MINNESOTA
   MILEl  01/76  -QUANTIFIED EFFECTS OF  COAL LEACHATE  ON  PERIPHYTON COMMUNITIES
         06/76  -IDENTIFIED 8TIMULARY  AND INHIBITORY  LEACHATE  COMPONENTS
         05/78  -IDENTIFY SYNERGISTIC  OR  AGNOSTIC LEACHATE INTERACTIONS
     OBJECTIVE  OF THIS  PROJECT  AREi  1) TO  QUANTIFY  THE  EFFECTS  OF COAL LEACHATE
      ON  SPECIES  COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURES OF  PERIPHYTON COMMUNITIES! 2i  TO
      IDENTIFY  LEACHATE COMPONENTS WITH  INHIBITORY  OR STIMULATOR EFFECTS^
     3)  TO ELUCIDATE POSSIBLE 3YNERGI3TIC  OR  ANTAGONISTIC INTERACTIONS AMONG
      LEACHATE  COMPONENTS, APPROACH!  PERIPHYTON COMMUNITIES ARE GROWN IN  L
     ABQRATQRY  STREAMS  ON ARTIFICIAL  SUBSTRATES, THE BIOASSAY FACILITY UTILIZES
     WATER FROM LAKE SUPERIOR AND  IS  LOCATED  AT THE  EPA'S NATIONAL ENVIRON
     MENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY IN DULUTH, MINNESOTA, IN  EXPERIMENTS  WHICH LAST
     FROM 5 TO  8  WEEKS,  PERIPHYTON COMMUNITIES  ARE  DOSED  WITH VARIOUS C
     ONCENTRATIONS  OF COAL LEACHARE,  COAL  DISTILLATE* OR  FRACTIONS THEREOF,  AND
     GROWTH RESPONSE IS MEASURED A3  CHANGES IN  BIQMAS3  (CHLOROPHYLL
     AND  ASH-FREE DRY WEIGHT),  ALGAL  COMMUNITIES ARE ALSO EXAMINED MICRO
     SCOPICALLY TO  DETECT CHANGES  IN  SPECIES  COMPOSITION  AND  DIVERSITY. CURRENT
     PLANS AND  PROGRESSI COAL LEACHATE APPEARS  TO  STIMULATE THE GROWTH OF
     ALGAE. CURRENT EFFORTS ARE FOCUSING ON IDENTIFYING THE SPECIFIC  CHEMICAL
     FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS  EFFECT,

-------
ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF BOTTOM DISTURBANCE ON THE ENVIRONMENT  OF  A
CLEAR SUBARCTIC STREAM
   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/75 - 07/78 »  FUNDING I EST,  • FY    77   /  $    33238
    TASK/EPA CODE |M625A-00<4    / RB039«5-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $   973471
   PROJECT OFFICER I E W  SCHALIOCK
   INVESTIGATORS |   J E MORROW                   UNIV, OF ALASKA
   MILEI 07/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE EFFECTS OF A BURIED PIPELINE CROSSING IN THE  CHATANIKA RIVER  ARE BEING
      MONITORED, PARAMETERS CONSIDERED ARE 10 TYPE AND RATE OF FLQWf 2)
     OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE CONTENT OF  WATER? 3) WATER TEMPERATURE* 
-------
        FUNDING I  E3T, - FY
        •02  (GRANT)  PRIOR
           77
         FY7b
 / $
/ $
EFFECTS OF NON.GASEOUS AIRBORNE POLLUTANTS FROM COAL-FIRED POWER  PLANTS
ON PLANT GROWTH AND METABOLISM
   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/75 - 10/77 I
    TASK/EPA  CODE iM625A-oos    / R803946*
   PROJECT OFFICER I E    PRESTON
   INVESTIGATORS  i   E R  LANOA
   MILE?  io/77  -FINAL REPORT
     INVESTIGATE  REUECTED EFFECTS
     COAL-BURNING ON PLANT GROWTH
92140
                OREGON STATE HIGHER EDUC.' SYS
OF STACK EMISSIONS
AND METABOLISM.
ASSOCIATED WITH

-------
TOXIC EFFECTS ON TH| AQUATIC BIOTA PROM COAL AND Oil SHALE DEVELOPMENT

   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/75 » 06/78 l  FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / $  44fl<»«0
    TASK/ERA CODE |N6
-------
ORGANIC LEACHING AND PARTICIPATE DISPERSION  FROM  COAL

   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/75 - 06/76  I  FUNDING I  EST.  -  FY    77   /  S
    TASK/EPA  CODE IN625A-08J     / R80395Z-OJ  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S  1456591
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  W   KUEHL
   INVESTIGATORS i   M    SYDOR                     UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
                     R    CAPLE                     UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
                     R  M  CARLSON                  UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
   MILEl  05/77  -CHLORINATIQN  OF DISSOLVED  POLYNUCUEAR  ARQMATICS
         06/77  -QUANTITATION  OF PQLYNUCLEAR  AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN H20 BY MPL
         07/77  "A SELECTIVE  SYNTHESIS  OF  PDLYMETHYLATED NAPHTHALENES
         07/77  -END  ON  2ND YEAR PROGRESS  REPORT
         07/77  -TRANSPORT IN  THE DULUTH  HARBQR
         06/77  -HEPATIC MIXED-FUNCTION OXIDASE ACTIVITY  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT EXPOSE
     A  MAJOR  THRUST  OF  THIS  PROJECT  WILL  REMAIN  THE  MONITORING OF POLYNUCLEAR
     AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS (PAH'S)  AT  THE  MicROPOLLUTANT  LEVEL (PPM OR
     LESS).' THE HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-GAS CHRQMATOGRAPHY (H
     PLC-GC)  IDENTIFICATION  METHODOLOGY  DEVELOPED IN THESE  LABORATORIES  FOR THE
      ANALYSIS  OF TRACE PAH'S IN COAL  LEACHATES,  AND IN GENERAL  WATER
     SAMPLES* WILL BE EXTENDED  AND  APPLIED TO SUCH PROBLEMS AS THE  BIOCONCE
     NTRATION OF PAH'S  IN FISH  TISSUE* AIDING IN  THE ANALYSIS  OF "SECOND-ORDER"
     PAH'S (IiEt* METABOLITJES* PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDATION  PRODUCTS* AQUEOUS DISI
     NFECTION PRODUCTS)*  AND  IN THE  PAH  ANALYSIS  OF  COAL  STEAM DISTILLATES. THE
      ULTIMATE  GOAL  OF  THE PROPOSED  INVESTIGATION is TO DETERMINE THE  LONG
     RANGE INFLUENCE OF A COAL  LOADING FACILITY  ON A GREAT  LAKE  HARBOR IN
     TERMS OF TRANSPORT OF COAL PARTICULATE  MATTER*  USING PHYSICAL  AND CHEMICAL
     MEASUREMENTS AND APPLICATION OF NUMERICAL MODELING FOR WATER QUALITY TO
     THE  DULUTM-SUPERIOR  HARBOR,

-------
CONTROLLED LANDFILL STABILIZATION BY LEACHATE RECYCLE

   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/75 • 06/77 I FUNDING I  EST.  - FY   77  / S   27Q2«
    TASK/EPA CODE IC618A-7032   / R803953-02  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S   250001
   PROJECT OFFICER I D R  6RUNNER
   INVESTIGATORS |   F   POMLAND                  GEORGIA INST.  OF TECHNOLOGY
                     R   WJSCQVITCH               GEORGIA INST,  OF TECHNOLOGY
   MILEI 02/78 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! THE OBJECTIVES OF THE PROPOSED WORK ARE  TO CONFIRM LABORATORY
     STUDIES OF THE LEACHATE RECYCLE CONCEPT WITH LARGER* PROTOTYPE TEST CE
     LLS AND TO ELUCIDATE INFORMATION ON MASS FLUX OF GAS AND LEACHATE COMPQNEN
     TS, WITH PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE EFFECT OF  EVAPOTRANSPIRATION ON THE R
     ATES AND QUANTITIES OF LEACHATE. APPROACHI TWO  DOUBLY-LINED TEST CELLS*  12
      X 12 X 10 FEET HIGH, ONE COMPLETELY CLOSED FOR QUANTITATIVE GAS MEA
     SUREMENT AND THE OTHER COVERED WITH SOIL AS IS  THE USUAL PRACTICE AT LANDF
     ILLS, WILL RECEIVE IDENTICAL VOLUMES OF WATER AND WEIGHT OF SHREDDED SOLID
      WASTE, THE MOISTURE CONTENT WILL BE BROUGHT TO 60 PERCENT  (WET WEIGHT)
     BY ADDING DIGESTED SEWAGE SLUDGE DURING CONSTRUCTION, GAS WILL BE MONI
     TORED FOR CQ2, CH«, AND OTHER CONSTITUENTS AND  TOTAL VOLUMES LEACHATE WILL
      BE MONITORED FOR BOD, COD, TOC, TOTAL AND INDIVIDUAL VOLATILE ACIDS,
     ALKALINITY* ACIDITY, PH, NITROGEN AND PHORUS, CHLORIDES, SULFIDES OR SUL
     FATES, AND PERTINENT HEAVY AND ALKALINE EARTH METALS, THE SOLID WASTE OF E
     ACH CELL WILL BE SAMPLED AT THE START AND COMPLETION OF THE TESTS FOR VISU
     AL AND QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERIZATION, OUTPUT! MASS FLUX WILL BE DETERMINED
     FOR THE CONTAMINANT MONITORED AND ANALYSES MADE TQ INTERPRET AND
     CONTROL THE STABILIZATION PROCESS, MODIFICATIONS TO THE BASIC
     SYSTEMS OPERATION WILL BE MADE AS REQUIRED, THE ENERGY GENERATION POTEN
     TIAL, METHANE PRODUCTION, WILL BE ASSESSED, RECOMMENDED DESIGN AND CONTROL
      PROCEDURES FOR LEACHATE CONTAINMENT AND RECYCLE WILL 8E DEVELOPED, A
      RIGOROUS ASSESSMENT OF THE COST/BENEFITS OF THE RECYCLE CONCEPT, IN C
     ONTEXT OF DAILY OPERATION/IMPLEMENTATION, INCLUDING ECONOMIC AND TECHNICAL
     FEASIBILITY, AND THE EXTENT OF POTENTIAL APPLICATION WILL BE PREPARED,

-------
TOXICITV, INTERACTIONS* AND METABOLISM OF IMPORTANT PESTICIDES  IN
MAMMALS
   START/ COMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE IH615F
   PROJECT OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS I
   MIUEl
    08/77
    10/77
    04/78
    08/77
THERE ARE
 PESTICIDES
SFERASES IN
           07/75 • 06/78 I
          7628   / R803965
    i R w  CHADWICK
      R M HOLLIN6SWORTH
      G K YIM
      P   LU6
      G   GHALI
•IDENTIFY SITE OF COM.INDUCED
                                     FUNDING I EST. • FY   77/1
                                         (GRANT)  PRIOR
                 FY
                 68800
                     1
     PURDUE
     PURDUE
     PURDUE
     PURDUE
RESPIRATORY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
ARREST
               •COMPARE COM SIMILARITY  TO COCAINE
               •CHARACTERIZE ANALGETIC  ACTION OF COM
               •STUDY  COM EFFECT  ON GLUCOSE METABOLISM
               TWO 8ASIC OBJECTIVESI  (1)  TO STUDY THE TOXICOLOGY  OF FORMAMIDINE
                 AND (2) TO INVESTIGATE THE ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE TRAN
                 PESTICIDE METABOLISM,  RELEVANT  TO THE FIRST  OBJECTIVE,  NEUROLO
     GICAL,  CARDIOVASCULAR.  AND RESPIRATORY  FUNCTIONS ARE MQNITORED DURING POIS
     ONING  IN  CATS  TO ESTABLISH SYMPTOMS AND CAUSE  OF DEATH,  THE SITE OF ACTION
     AND  THE EFFECT OF METABOLISM ON TQXICITY WILL  BE STUDIES,  INTERACTIONS
     WITH DRUGS AND DIETARY  AMINES WILL  BE  INVESTIGATED AND THERAPEUTIC P
     ROCEDURES WILL BE DEVELOPED, RELEVANT  TO THE SECOND OBJECTIVE, A SURVEY OF
     COMMON  PESTICIDES AS POTENTIAL SUBSTRATES FOR  GLUTATHIONE  TRANSFERASES
     is  PLANNED^  FURTHER ASSESSMENT OF  THE  TOXICOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS
     SYSTEM, IN VIVO, WILL 8E MADE, SEVERE  CARDIAC  DEPRESSION ACCOMPANIED
     BY  RESPIRATORY FAILURE  HAS BEEN SHOWN  TO BE  THE  CAUSE OF DEATH AND
     RESPIRATORY  ASSISTANCE  ALONE WAS NOT THERAPEUTICALLY EFFECTIVE IN R
     A8BITS, THE  DEPRESSION  EFFECT OF COM WAS SHOWN TO BE AKIN  TO THAT OF LOCAL
     ANESTHETICS  WHILE SECO^DA PRESSOR  AND  CONVULSIVE ACTIONS WERE OF CMS ORI
     GIN. IT HAS  BEEN SHOWN  THAT INTERACTION OF ORGANOTIN PESTICIDES WITH OTHER
     TOXICANTS THROUGH THE INHIBITION OF GLUTETHIONE  TRANSFERASES is UNLIKELY
     SINCE  SIGNIFICANT INHIBITION OCCURRED  ONLY AT  TOXIC LEVELS,  FOUR
     PUBLICATIONS ARE IN PRESS, ANOTHER  is  IN PREPARATION AND TWO HAVE BEEN PUB
     LISHED, BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCESI  CHINN, c,, A,  E,  LUND, AND G, K. w,  VIM,
     1977,  CENTRAL  ACTIONS OF LIDOCAINE  AND  A PESTICIDE, CHLORDIMEFORM.
     NEUROPHARMACOL, IN PRESS, HOLLINGWORTH, R, M,,  LEISTER,  j,  AND GHALI,  G,
     l.i  1977, INHIBITION OF MONOAMINE  OXIDASE BY FORMAMIDINE PESTICIDES AND I
     TS  RELATIONSHIP TO MAMMALIAN TOXICITY,  TOXICOL,  APPL, PHARMACOL, IN PRESS,

-------
THE IMPACT OF COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT
   START/ CQMPL
    TASK/EPA CODE IN625A
   PROJECT OFFICER |  G
   INVESTIGATORS |   0 L
                                 FUNDING I  EST,  - FY
                                •04  (GRANT)   PRIOR
  77
FY76
 / S
/ $
 539991
7084051
03/76
13/77
07/78
07/78
07/79
07/80
                                                                         ANIMAL
                                                                         LAKE

                                                                 OPERATION
                                                                 UNIT 2
                                                                 AND 2

                                                                 ENVIRONMENTAL
                       07/75 - 07/76 I
                      082    / R803971
                       GLASS
                      LOUCKS                   UNIV,  OF WISCONSIN
MILEI oo/74 -COMPLETE BASE LINE DATA GATHERING-AIR,  WATER,  PLANTS AND
            •COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION IMPACTS OF POWER  PLANT AND COOLING
            •COMPLETE DATA GATHERING ON SHORT-TERM IMPACTS  OF
            -COMPLETE DRAFT SITING CRITERIA DOCUMENT
            •COMPLETE MAJOR REPORTS ON  ALL IMPACTS ON UNIT  1
            •COMPLETE DATA GATHERING ON SHORT-TERM IMPACTS  OF
            •COMPLETE MAJOR REPORTS ON  ALL IMPACTS OF UNITS 1
  THIS PROPOSAL REQUESTS SUPPORT TO CONTINUE INVESTIGATION  OF
  CHANGES DUE TO CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF A CQAL»FIRED P
  OWER GENERATING STATION, TWO UNITS 527 MEGAWATTS EACH, ORIGINALLY RESEARCH
  WAS COMMENCED IN 1971 UNDER A GRANT FROM THREE WISCONSIN  POWER COMPANIES,
  THE THIRD YEAR OF THE CURRENT PHASE OF THE PROJECT  WILL BE  COMPLETED IN
  JULY 1978. THE SITE IS ON THE FLOODPLAIN OF THE WISCONSIN RIVER NEAR P
  DRTAGE, WISCONSIN, PRIMARY ATTENTION  IS GIVEN TO THE IMPACT ON THE AQUATIC
  ENVIRONMENT, THE APPROACH IS INTER-DISCIPLINARY, WITH DISCRETE SECTIONS
  FOCUSED ONI AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES, FISH, HYDROGEOLOGY, WATER USE ANALYSIS,
  WETLANDS ECOLOGY, REMOTE SENSING, AQUATIC CHEMISTRY, HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS
  IN FISH, ASSESSMENT OF A COOLING SYSTEM, METEOROLOGY, AIR POLLUTION
  MODELLING, PLANT DAMAGE, TRACE ELEMENTS, ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS, PLUME CHEM
  ISTRY,  VISUAL CHANGES, MASS FLOW AND  BALANCE OF WATER, AIR, AND CHEMICALS,
  DATA AVAILABLE THROUGH THE COLUMBIA DATA BANK, IES, MADISON, A PORTION
  OF THE  STUDY IS DEVELOPING, IN CONCERT WITH THE WISCONSIN PUBLIC SERVICE
  COMMISSION, THE WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT  OF NATURAL RESOURCES,  AND THREE
  WISCONSIN PUBLIC UTILITIES, CRITERIA  FOR THE SITING OF GENERATING
  FAClLXTlESf

-------
  AND ANALYSIS OF OIL/WATER SEPARATION
              ' l! J »H                       RUTSCRS THE STATE UNIVE.S.TY
    OS/75 -PUNOINO PACKAGE SUBMITTED
    06/75 «AMARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
    07/76 -GRANT AMENDMENT
    12/76 -GRANT AMENDMENT
    0*1/77 -GRANT AMENDMENT
    03/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
THE PROJECT WILL IDENTIFY, ORGANIZE AND INTERPRET TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL
 LITERATURE RESOURCES ON OIL/WATER SEPARATION. DETAILED INFORMATION ON
DESIGN CONSIDERATION AND OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF SYSTEMS, DEVICES AND
PROCESSES, WILL BE ASSEMBLED,

-------
UTILIZATION OF LIME IRON OXIDES AND FLUX CONTROL IN THE DESIGN OF
DISPOSAL SITE LINERS TO MINIMIZE POLLUTION MIGRATION
   START/ COMPL DATE I     08/75 - 10/77 i FUNDING I ESTe  • FY    77   /  $   17168
    TASK/EPA CODE IC618A-7033   / R803988*01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $  1417791
   PROJECT OFFICER i M  H  RQULIER
   INVESTIGATORS |   rt  H FULLER                   UNIV, OF ARIZONA
                     A  W WARRICK                  UNIV, OF ARIZONA
                     D  M HENDRICK8                UNIV8 OF ARIZONA
   MXLEl Q8/7S -PROJECT START
         10/77 "PROJECT COMPLETION
     OBJECTIVES! STUDY  THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CONTROLLING FLOW RATE  AND  OF USING
     LIME AND HYDROUS OXIDES OF IRON AS POROUS DISPOSAL SITE LINING MATERIAL®
     FOR RETARDING THE  MIGRATION OF THE TRACE ELEMENTS AS, 8E# CD*  HQ? NI,  PB,
     8E» V» AND IH THROUGH SOIL, APPROACH! PASS LANDFILL  LEACHATE  SPIKED WITH T
     RACE ELEMENTS THROUGH COLUMNS OF DISTURBED SOILS  UNDER ANEROBIC CONDITIONS
      AT CONTROLLED FLOW RATES, WORK WILL B£  SEGMENTED AS FOLLOWS!  A.  EVA
     LUATE THE INFLUENCE OF LIME AND IRON HYDROUS OXIDE LINERS ON  THE  MIGRATION
     RATE OF SELECTED TRACE ELEMENTS, Bg DETERMINE THE INFLUENCE OF SOLUTION
     FLUX OR FLOW RATE  ON ATTENUATION or SELECTED TRACE ELEMENTS BY SOIL AND
     BY LINEAR MATERXALS9 Ct MODIFY AN EXISTING MATHEMATICAL MODEL  TO  PREDICT
     CHANGES IN QUALITY OF LEACHATE AS IT PERCOLATES THROUGH LINER  HATERIA
     LS8 D9 RECOMMEND PROCEDURES FOR FIELD VERIFICATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF
      THE LINER TECHNIQUES DEVELOPED IN THIS  PROJECT,  PROGRESS! LININGS OF
     CRUSHED LIMESTONE  RETARD MOVEMENT OF METALLIC* CATJQN»FORMIN6  TRACE
     ELEMENTS MORE EFFECTIVELY THAN ANION-FQRMING TRACE ELEMENTS,  RETARDA
     TION BY A COMBINATION OF LIMESTONE AND SOIL IS GREATER THAN THE SUM OF THE
     EFFECT OF EACH ALQN£8 THOUGH EFFECTIVE IN RETARDATION, HYDROUS IRON
     OXIDES CREATE ADDITIONAL PROBLEMS DUE TO THE RELEASE OF REDUCED IRON,  FLUX
     DEPENDENT POLLUTANT RETARDATION DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE SIGNIFICANT
     ENOUGH TO WARRANT  SUBSTANTIAL WORK OF FLOW RATE CONTROL.

-------
EVALUATION OF WASTE CITRUS ACTIVATED SLUDGE  IN  POULTRY  FEEDS

   START/ COMPL  DATE I     07/76  •  04/79  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  S     5000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  lB610B-a75     /  R803997-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  »   2«0001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I H  W   THOMPSON
   INVESTIGATORS |    B  L  DAMRON                    STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA.  SYS,
                     R  H  HARMS                     STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA,  SYS,
                     D  M  JANKY                     STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA,  SYS,
   MILEl  07/76 -FUNDING PACKAGE  SUBMITTED
         07/76 -AWARD FUNDS FOR  PROJECT
         06/77 -FUNDING INCREMENT
         o«/79 -FINAL REPORT  RECEIVED
     OBJECTIVESI A)  TO  ESTABLISH ANALYTICAL  VALUES FOR  CITRUS  SLUDGE DEHYDRATED
      BY  THE  CARVER-GREENFIELD PROCESS THROUGH  PROXIMATE  ANALYSIS,  TRACE  M
     INERAL ANALYSES, DETERMINATION  OF SULFUR  AMINO ACID  AND L^SINE CONTENT AND
     METABOLIZABLE  ENERGY  STUDIES, B) TO DETERMINE THE  DEGREE  OF INTERACTION 3
     ETWEEN CITRUS  SLUDGE  AND VITAMIN D3 IN  BROILER DIETS,  C)  THE EVALUATION OF
     THE  BIOLOGICAL  AVAILABILITY OF  PHOSPHORUS  CONTAINED  IN CITRUS  SLUDGE,  D)
     TO EVALUATE THE PROTEIN  QUALITY OF  CITRUS  SLUDGE,  E)  THROUGH THE  USE 0
     F LOW-PIGMENT  DIETS,  TO  ATTEMPT TO  DETERMINE  THE PIGMENTING VALUE OF ClTRU
     S SLUDGE IN EGG YOLKS AND THE BREAST  SKIN  AND SHANKS OF BROILERS, A  SERIES
      OF  BROILER FEEDING  TRIALS  WILL BE  USED  TO DETERMINE THE  METABOLIZABLE
     ENERGY CONTENT, PROTEIN  QUALITY AND PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY OF CITRUS
     SLUDGE,  THE DEGREE OF VITAMIN D DESTRUCTION BY CITRUS  SLUDGE WILL ALSO BE
     STUDIED, THE PIGMENTING  VALUE OF THE  PRODUCT  WILL  8E DETERMINED USING
     WHITE CORN  DIETS FOR  4-8 WEEK OLD BROILERS AND LAYING  HENS,

-------
ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECT OF UTILIZING SOLID WASTE AS A SUPPLEMENTARY
POWER-PLANT FUEL
   START/ CQMPL DATE J     Q6/7tt • JO/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77
    TASK/EPA CODE !B62
-------
            OF TROPOSPHERIC AND STRATOSPHERIC  TRACE  GASES  BY  GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHY
   START/ COMPL DATE t     OH/77 • 04/78 I  FUNDING  I  CST, - FY  77   /  $    50000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A-AJ-01   / R804033-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   360001
   PROJECT OFFICER I P     MANST
   INVESTIGATORS |   D  R  CRONN                     WASHINGTON  STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     R  A  RASMUSSEN                WASHINGTON  STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     E    ROBINSON                 WASHINGTON  STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEi  02/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THIS IS ONE OF  A MULTI-PART  PROJECT  WHOSE SUMMARY  MAY BE IDENTICAL  TO 0
     THERS.' THE OBJECTIVE is  TO MAKE  MEASUREMENTS  OF THE VERTICAL CONCENTRATION
      DISTRIBUTIONS  OF  SELECTED TRACE GAS  SPECIES  IN THE TROPOSPHERE AND LOWER
      STRATOSPHERE,  EMPHASIS  WILL BE  PLACED  ON DETERMINATIONS OF HALOCARBONS
     AND  NON-METHANE HYDROCARBONS, DETERMINATION OF  THE CONCENTRATIONS OF THE
     HALOCARBON SPECIES WILL  BE ACCOMPLISHED BY THE  METHODS OF ELECTRON  C
     APTURE • CAS CHROMATOCRAPHY  AND  GAS  CHRQMATOGRAPHY •  MASS 8PECTRQMETRY «HI
     LE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY  WITH FLAME 10NIZATION DETECTION WILL BE  EMPLOYED FOR
     THE  DETERMINATION  OF THE HYDROCARBONS,  SAMPLES  WILL BE COLLECTED  BY
     AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS IN  THE  UNITED STATES,

-------
MEASUREMENT OF TROPQSPHERIC AND STRATOSPHERIC TRACE GASES BY GAS
CHRDMATOGRAPHY
   START/ CQMPl DATE I    04/77 • 0«/78 I FUNDING I EST, - FY   77
                                / R804033.03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY7b
 TASK/EPA CODE lG603A.Aj.04
PROJECT OFFICER I P    HANST
INVESTIGATORS I   D R CRONN
                  R A RASMUSSEN
                  I
                                                                 / $
                                                                / *
 28000
360001
                                                  WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
                                                  WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
                                                  WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
                      ROBINSON
MILEI oi/78 -REPORT ON HALOGENATED COMPOUNDS IN ATMOSPHERE
  THE OBJECTIVE IS TO MAKE MEASUREMENTS OF THE VERTICAL CONCENTRATION OISTR
  I8UTIONS OF SELECTED TRACE GAS SPECIES IN THE TROPOSPHERE AND LOWER STRATO
  SPHERE, EMPHASIS WILL BE PLACED ON DETERMINATIONS OF MALOCARBONS AND NQN-M
  ETHANE HYDROCARBONS, DETERMINATION OF THE CONCENTRATIONS OF THE HALOCARBON
   SPECIES WILL 8E ACCOMPLISHED BY THE METHODS OF ELECTRON CAPTURE • GAS
   CHRQMATOGRAPHY AND GAS CHRQMATQGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY -WHILE GAS
   CHRQMATOGRAPHY WITH FLAME IONIZATION DETECTION WILL BE EMPLOYED FOR THE
  DETERMINATION OF THE HYDROCARBONS, SAMPLES WILL BE COLLECTED BY AIRCRAFT
  FLIGHTS IN THE UNITED STATES,

-------
CATALYTIC DESULFURIZATION AND DENITROGENATION
   START/ COMPL DATE I     08/75  -
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IF623A-1«      /
or/78 i  FUNDING i  EST, • FY   77  / s   70360
R804123-03  (GRANT)   PRIOR  PY76 / $   918781
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  T
   INVESTIGATORS  |    C
                     H
                            OF
                            OF
                            OF
W  PETRIE
N SATTERFIELD              MASS, INST.
  MODELL                   MASS, INST,
F COCCHETTO                MASS, INST,
ON HOS OF THIQPHENE AND HDN OF PYROINE
ON EXTENSION TO HIGH PRESSURE OF HOS AND
ON EXTENSION TO MORE COMPLEX SUBSTANCES
 REPORT INCLUDING MODEL OF HDS-HDN INTERACTION
                                                                HDN
                                                              TECHNOLOGY
                                                              TECHNOLOGY
                                                              TECHNOLOGY
MILEI 10/75 -REPORT
      09/76 -REPORT
      09/77 -REPORT
      09/78 -SUMMARY
  CATALYTIC HYDRUDESULFURIZATIQN (HDS) AND HYDRODENlTROGENATION (HDN)
  REACIONS FOR THE REMOVAL OF ORGANIC SULFUR AND NITROGEN COMPOUNDS
  LIQUID FUELS ARE BECOMING INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT AS STRICT SULFUR AND
  NITROGEN OXIDE EMISSION STANDARDS ARE SET, AND "DIRTIER" OILS DERIVED FROM
  SHALE AND COAL ATTAIN *IDER USE,  A QUANTITATIVE DESCRIPTION OF THE
  INTERFERENCES BETWEEN THESE TWO REACTIONS, WHICH HAVfc ONLY RECENTLY BEGUN
  TO BE STUDIED, IS NECESSARY FOR OPTIMAL DESIGN OF COMMERCIAL PROCE
  SSTNG UNITS, TO DATE, *E HAVE STUDIED THIQPHENE, PYRIDINE AND QUlNOLINE AS
   REPRESENTATIVE SULFUR AND NITROGEN COMPOUNDS IN A CONTINUOUS FLOW
   MICROREACTOR TO MODEL BASIC INTERACTIONS, PYRIDINE INHIBITS
  THIOPENE HDS UNDER ALL EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS USED, SULFUR COMPOUNDS
  EXHIBIT A DUAL EFFORT ON THE HDN  OF PYRIDINE} A REACTION RATE INHIBITION
  GIVES WAY TO AN EHANCE^ENT AT MORE SEVERE REACTION CONDITIONS, THEORETICAL
  CONSIDERATIONS HAVE SEEN PRESENTED TO ACCOUNT FOR EACH OF THESE EFFECTS.
  REACTIONS OF MORE COMPLEX COMPOUNDS AND THEIR INTERACTIVE REACTION
  KINETICS AHE CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION,

-------
ASSESSMENT OF THE
INVESTIGATIONS OF
   START/ COMPL DATE I     it/75 •
    TASK/EPA CODE IM60BC-030    /
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  C  SrtARTZ
   INVESTIGATORS I   D  F BOESCH
   MILEl 11/77 -ANNUAL  REPORT
         11/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVE IS THE FURTHER
             APPLICATION OF MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS IN ECOLOGICAL
             WATER POLLUTION
                             11/79 i FUNDING i  EST,  • FY   77  / s
                             R804127-Q1  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $
105000
800311
                                             VIRGINIA INST,  OF MARINE SCI
                             EVALUATION OF THE NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES OF
CLARIFICATION (CLUSTER ANALYSIS) FOR USE IN ECOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS
OF WATER POLLUTION* EXPANDING THE EXPECTED PRODUCTS OF ONGOING RESEARCH,

-------
804150


This Research Grant involves the study of  the  technical and economic aspects of
preparing and using densified forms of municipal  solid waste as a supplementary
fuel in industrial and institutional stoker  coal  fired boilers.  Investigations
will be conducted to establish methodology for preparing densified refuse derived
fuel (d-RDF).  Process and product characterizations  will be developed to enable
establishment of specifications for d-RDF.   Densification forms will include
pellets, briquettes, and cubettes. Independent boiler burn tests and operations
will be conducted in conjunction with this research  to fully characterize the
concept.

-------
MINERALOGY OF OVERBURDEN AS RELATED TO GROUNDWATER DEGRADATION  IN  THE
STRIP MINING or COAL
   START/ COMPL DATE I     12/73 • 00/00 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77/1   275000
    TASK/EPA CODE IL625B-OJ     / R80«162-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S  3000001
   PROJECT OFFICER I B     NEWPORT
   INVESTIGATORS |   D  L KLOEPPER                 COLORADO SCHOOL  OF MINES
                     J  8 FRY8ERGER                COLORADO SCHOOL  OF MINES
   MILEl 01/78 'OVERBURDEN MINERALOGY • GROUND WATER QUALITY CORRELATION
     OBJECTIVES THE OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP A METHOD OF PREDICTING POTENTIAL
     GROUND WATER DEGRADATION IN STRIP COAL MINING ON  THE BASIS OF THE MINER
     ALOGY OF THE OVERBURDEN. APPROACH} THE APPROACH IS TO DETERMINE THE MINERA
     LOGY OF CORES IN UNDISTURBED OVERBURDEN  ADJACENT  TO SPOIL  PILES WHICH HAVE
      UNDERGONE EXTENSIVE CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WEATHERING. EXTENSIVE
     GROUND WATER QUALITY DATA WILL BE GATHERED FROM WELLS DRILLED THROUGH AND
     DOWN-DIP FROM SPOIL PILES* USING THIS DATA BASE*  A METHOD  OF  PREDICTING GR
     OUND WATER QUALITY IN POST COAL STRIP MINING OPERATIONS WILL  BE DEVELOPED.
     CURRENT PROGRESSI  THIS PROJECT WAS FUNDED ON DECEMBER 22,  1975, DUE TO
     ADVERSE CLIMATICAL CONDITIONS IN N.W, COLORADO, INITIAL DRILLING, CORING
      AND COMPLETION OPERATIONS WERE DELAYED  UNTIL MARCH 22, 1976, CORING
     OPERATIONS HAVE BEEN PARTICULARLY SUCCESSFUL EXCEPT IN SPOIL  PILES  WHERE
     HIGH PERCENTAGE CORE RECOVERY IN THIS UNCON80LIDATED MATERIAL HAS
     BEEN DIFFICULT TO  ATTAIN, PORTABLE WELL  PUMPING AND SAMPLING  EQUIPMENT
      UTILIZING EXPANDABLE PACKERS FOR ZONE ISOLATION  HAS BEEN  SUCCES
     SFULLY DEMONSTRATED. LYSIMETERS AND ASSOCIATED FLUID RECOVERY SYSTEMS HAVE
     BEEN INSTALLED IN  SELECTED WELLS, WELL SAMPLING WAS BEGUN  IN  JUNE 1976,
     ANALYTICAL DATA GENERATED FROM THE INITIAL SAMPLES WILL CONSIST OF  OVER 45
      PARAMETERS FROM APPROXIMATELY 25 SAMPLES. MINERALOGY OF CORE SA
     MPLES ARE BEING DETERMINED UTILIZING  X.RAY DIFFRACTION AND X.RAY FLUORESCE
     NCE. THE FIRST INTERIM REPORT ON THIS PROJECT IS  ON SCHEDULE  AND WILL BE F
     ORTHCOMING IN OCTOBER 1976, A GRANT AMENDMENT,  R-80
-------
A LONGITUDINAL EVALUATION OF LEAD  BODY  BURDEN  IN GROWING CHILDREN

   START/ COMPL DATE  I     05/76  -  01/79 I  FUNDINS  I EST, • FY   77  / $  21*205
    TASK/EPA  CODE  ID614B-05Z    /  R804168      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S   1255001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  G  F   CRAUN
   INVESTIGATORS  |    A  H  LUBIN                     CHILDRENS H03P,
     ASSESSMENT AND CORRELATIONAL  ANALYSES  OF  BIOCHEMICAL, NUTRITIONAL,  AND
     GROWTH PARAMETERS  WITH  THE  AMOUNT  OF  EXPOSURE OF  COMMONLY  ACCEPTED  SOURCES
      OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  LEAD  (AIR,  DUST,  AND WATER) ARE BEING PERFORMED SEO
     UENTIALLY  THROUGHOUT  THE MOTHER'S  PREGNANCY AND THE SUBSEQUENT QFF3PRING»3
     FIRST TWO  YEARS  OF LIFE TO  DETERMINE  THE  RELATIVE EFFECT OF MULTIPLE
     SOURCES  OF LEAD  EXPOSURE ON THE  MOTHER AND CHILD  AND THE LONGITUDINAL C
     HANGES IN  BLOOD  LEAD  CONCENTRATIONS AND BODY  BURDEN OF LEAD IN THE  GROWING
     INFANT AND CHILD,  APPROXIMATELY  1200 TO 250 WOMEN  IN EACH OF THREE CITIES,
     COLUMBUS,  OHIOf  BOSTON,  MASSACHUSETTS!  AND NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS, ARE
     BEING ENROLLED EARLY  IN THE SECOND TRIMESTER  OF THEIR PREGNANCIES.  DIF
     FERENCES IN SOCIOLOGICAL AND  ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS WHICH MAY CONTRIBUTE  TO
      UNDUE BODY LEAD BURDEN FROM  CITY  TO  CITY SHOULD  BE ELUCIDATED, INITIAL
     DATA  ON  APPROXIMATELY  150 PREGNANT WOMEN  AND  ON APPROXIMATELY 10 OF
     THEIR OFFSPRING  INDICATE A  VERY  DIRECT CORRELATION BETWEEN LEAD IN  BLOOD
     IN THE MOTHER, CORD  BLOOD LEAD DETERMINATIONS, AND NEWBORN INFANT LEAD
     VALUES.  THERE ALSO APPEARS  TO BE A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE  IN THE VALUES
     DETERMINED IN THE  POPULATIONS OF THE  DIFFERENT CITIES, OBSERVATIONS ON
     ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS  SHOW  A  REMARKABLY CONSTANT  FIGURE FOR LEAD IN AIR
      IN  ALL  CITIES,  AND  LEAD IN DUST RESULTS  CONFIRM  DUST TO BE A
     SIGNIFICANT SOURCE OF  LEAD  INTAKE  FOR  CHILDREN,

-------
ELECTROLYTIC TREATMENT OF OILY WASTEWATER

   START/ COMPL DATE I    OH/77 * 09/78 I FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  /  S   430QQ
    TASK/EPA CODE IB6lOB«l«2    / S80417«»02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $  1000001
   PROJECT OFFICER I H 6  DURHAM
   INVESTIGATORS |   R L GEALER                   FORD MOTOR COMPANY
                     M M WEINTRAUB                FORD MOTOR COMPANY
                     A   GOLOVOY                  FORD MOTOR COMPANY
   MILES 04/77 "FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         os/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         09/78 "FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     OBJECTIVE! DEMONSTRATE THE FEASIBILITY AND INVESTIGATE THE DURABILITY AND
     ECONOMICS OF THE ELECTROLYTIC PROCESS FOR TREATING OILY
     WASTEWATER FROM A MANUFACTURING PLANT, APPROACH!  DEMULSIFICATJON IS
     ACCOMPLISHED BY PASSING PLANT OILY WASTEWATER EMULSION THROUGH PERMEABLE
     IRON ELECTRODESg CURRENT PLANS AND PROGRESS! DURING THE FIRST YgAR OF THE
     PROGRAM,  A ONE GALLON PER MINUTE ELECTROLYTIC UNIT WAS CONSTRUCTED
     AND PLACED IN A MANUFACTURING PLANT AND EIGHT 8ATCHES (ABOUT 3000 GALL,0
     NS EACH)  OF THE PLANT OILY WASTEWATER WERE PROCESSED THROUGH TH£ UNIT. THE
      OIL CONTENT OF THE PROCESSED WATER GENERALLY WAS 8ELQW 50 PPM AND IN
     SEVERAL CASES SELQW 10 PPM, THE SECOND YEAR OF  THE PROGRAM WJLL INCLUDE
      OPTIMIZATION OF THIS SYSTEM WJTH RESPECT TO CURRENT AND FLOW RATES AS
      A FUNCTION OF PLANT EFFLUENT COMPOSITION, INVESTIGATION OF THE SLUDGE
     FLOTATION SCHEME, AND A PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION REGARDING UTILIZATION
     OF THE OIL-RICH SLUDGE,

-------
EVALUATE AN IMPROVED MANUAL  PARTICLE  SIZE  FRACTIONATOR

   START/ COMPL  DATE I     09/75  -  08/79  I  FUNDING  I  EST, • FY    77   /  $    30000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IG712B-BE-36   /  R80ai90-03   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $    600001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I C  W   LEWIS
   INVESTIGATORS i    A  R  MCFARLAND                TEXAS A & M  UNIVERSITY  SYSTEM
   MILEI  09/78 -FINAL Repast
     08JECTIVESI TO EVALUATE  AND IMPROVE THE  PERFORMANCE OF THE  OICHOTOMOU3
     VIRTUAL  IMPACTOR AEROSOL SAMPLER. APPRQACHi A  DICHOTQMOUS SAMPLER  IS A
     DEVICE FOR  COLLECTING AMBIENT AEROSOL SAMPLES  IN TWO SIZE RANGES*  CONSIST
     ING  OF PARTICLES WHOSE  AERODYNAMIC  DIAMETER IS  LESS THAN, AND  GREATER THAN
     3.5  MICRONS.  A CRUCIAL  FACTOR IN OBTAINING QUANTITATIVE RESULTS WITH SUCH
      SAMPLERS 18  THE KNOWLEDGE  OF SAMPLING EFFICIENCY!  AS IT  DEPENDS  ON  BOTH
     PARTICLE SIZE  AND  WIND  SPEED, BOTH  MATHEMATICAL MODELLING AND
     WIND TUNNEL TESTS  ARE BEING USED TO OBTAIN THIS INFORMATION, CURRENT PLANS
     /PROGRESS!  A  LONG  SERIES OF WIND TUNNEL  TESTS  OF ALTERNATIVE AEROSOL INLET
     HEADS  HAS RESULTED IN A  HEAD  DESIGN WHICH EXHIBITS THE GENERALLY  FAVORABLE
     CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH  SAMPLING EFFICIENCY UP  TO  ABOUT 20  MICRONS,  AND
     MINIMAL  WIND  SPEED DEPENDENCE, A MATHEMATICAL  MODELLING STUDY  WILL NEXT BE
      PERFORMED  TO  BETTER UNDERSTAND  THE RESULTS so  FAR OBTAINED LARGELY  BY
     EMPIRICAL MEANS, AND WHICH  WILL  MAKE  POSSIBLE  THE  DESIGN  OF FUTURE
     INSTRUMENTS EMPLOYING THE DICHOTQMOUS PRINCIPLE AT OTHER  FLOW  RATES  AND
     CUT-POINTS^ IN PARTICULAR AN  EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION WILL BE MMDE OF A
     VIRTUAL  IMPACTOR WITH A  0,1 MICRON  CUT.POINT,

-------
EFFECTS OF SIZED ASBESTOS FIBERS
STRUCTUR£«FUNCTJQN,  METABOLISM &
   START/ CQMPL DATE »     06/77 »
    TASK/EPA CODE ID614B-Q59    /
ON CELL DNA MEMBRANE
CELL TRANSFORMATION (ABBREV)
 06/78 J  FUNDING I  £ST,  - FY    77
                      PRIOR  FY7&
 / S
/ $
130956
953281
   PROJECT OFFICER 8
   INVESTIGATORS I   R
                     D
                     S
   MILCl  04/77 "ANNUAL
         04/78 -FINAL
                            UNIVERSITY
                            UNIVERSITY
                            UNIVERSITY
                             R804201-02  (GRANT)
                R G  TARDIFP
                    HART                     OHIO STATE
                    ALLISON                  OHIO STATE
                    NAUGHT                   OHIO STATE
                  REPORT
                 REPORT
THE LONG RANGE GOAL OF THIS PROGRAM IS TO ULTIMATELY UNDERSTAND THE ME
CHANISMS BY WHICH ASBESTOS FIBERS INDUCE CARCINQGENESIS IN MAMMALIAN CELLS
 AND TO DEVELOP MEANS TO PREVENT* CONTROL OR REVERSE THE PROCESS, THE I«
MEDIATE OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROPOSAL AREJ CA) TO DETERMINE WHETHER ASBESTOS
 FIBERS INDUCE CELLULAR TRANSFORMATION IN VITROI  CB) TO DETERMINE THE
ABILITY OF ASBESTOS EITHER TO PRODUCE DNA DAMAGE  (PRESUMABLY A PRE
REQUISITE FOR MANY CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CARCINOGENS) OR TO INHIBIT ITS RE
PAIR| (C) TO DEFINE ANY SYNER6ISTIC INTERACTION BETWEEN ASBESTOS, CHEMICAL
 CARCINOGENS AND/OR QNCOGENIC VIRUSES? (D) USING  INTEGRATED VIRUS
GENES* TO EXPLURE THE EFFECTS ON GENE EXPRESSION  OF SIZED ASBESTOS FIBE
RS WITH AND WITHOUT CHEMICAL CARCINOGENS AND CO-CARCINOGENS I (E) TO QUANTI
TATE THE EFFECTS OF ASBESTOS ON MEMBRANE COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE* (F) TO
 DETERMINE WHETHER CHANGES IN CELL MEMBRANE FUNCTION AND STRUCTURE ARE
SOLELY A CONSEQUENCE OF CARCINOGENESIS OR CONTRIBUTE DIRECTLY TO THE
PROCESS AT SOME STAGE! (G3 SIMULTANEOUSLY TO QUANTITATE THE EFFECTS OF ASB
     ESTOS ON A NUMBER OF INTERMEDIARY METABOLITES*  IN ORDER TO ELUCIDATE THE
     FFECTS ON ENZYME REGULATION WITH AND WITHOUT THE CONTRIBUTORY EFFECTS OF
     ELECTED CARCINOGENS AND CO-CARCINOGENS AND 
-------
STUDIES ON THE MUTASENICITY OF CHEMICAL  CARCINOGENS

   START/ COMPL DATE |     05/76 • 05/78  I  FUNDING I  E8T,  •  FY    77   /  S    «1879
    TASK/EPA CODE lD6i«B-057    / R80«202-02   (BRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   aSbOOl
   PROJECT OFFICER I G  F  CRAUN
   INVESTIGATORS I   R  J 3HEEHY                   ATLANTA UNIVERSITY CTR.  CORP.
     THE  OVERALL OBJECTIVES OF THIS  RESEARCH  PROJECT ARE  TO (1)  STANDARDIZE A
     MUTAGEN SCREENING  SYSTEM  (AMES  BACK MUTATION TEST)  WHICH  IS SENSITIVE
     AND  HAS A HIGH DEGREE OF  REPRQDUCIBILITYi  (2)  UTILIZE  THIS  SYSTEM TO IDEN
     TIFY THE MUTAGENIC CHARACTER OF CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS  IN  WATER AND  (5) DEV
     ELOP A FORWARD MUTAGENESIS SCREENING  SYSTEM  TO  BE  USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH
     THE  BACK MUTAGENESIS SYSTEM. SPECIFICALLY,  W£  ARE  CURRENTLY TESTING
     KNOWN CHEMICALS PRESENT IN NEw  ORLEANS DRINKING WATER  SUPPLIES* AS  WELL
      AS  TESTING BULK DRINKING WATER IN  THE METROPOLITAN  ATLANTA AREA, ONE
     FEATURE OF OUR RESULTS DICTATES THE NEED FOR ANOTHER TEST SYSTEM  FOR CHE
     MIALS THAT PROVE TOO TOXIC FOR  TESTING IN  THE  AMES  SYSTEM,  THEREFORE* SOME
     CHEMICALS ARE BEING EVALUATED BY THEIR ABILITY  TO  PRODUCE SINGLE
     STRANDED BREAKS IN DNA,

-------
804204
   The overall objectives of this research project  are to (1)  standardize a
mutagen screening system (Ames Back Mutation Test)  which is sensitive and has
a high degree of reproducibility, (2) utilize  this  system to identify the
mutagenic character of chemical contaminants in water  and (3)  develop a  forward
Tcutagenesis screening system to be used in conjunction with the  back mutagenesis
system.  Specifically, we are currently testing known  chemicals  present  in New
Orleans drinking water supplies, as well as testing bulk drinking water  in the
metropolitan Atlanta area.  One feature of our results dictates  the  need for
another test sytem for chemicals that prove too toxic  for testing in the Ames
system.  Therefore, some chemicals are being evaluated bv their  ability  to
produce single stranded breaks in DNA.

-------
804205-


1. To further develop,  document and  elaborate biological control approaches for
   urban shade tree past management.

        a.  Survey for  natural enemies  of urban pest insects, particularly on
            urban vegetation  and  shade  trees.

        b.  Explore for natural enemies of
               1.  Pynrhalta  luteola, the elm leaf beetle
               2.  Illinoia  (Macrosiphum) liriodendri, the tulip tree aphid
               3.  Hyphantria cunea,  the fall webworm

        c.  Complete evaluations  of  successfully  introduced parasites
               1.  Trioxys curvicaudus  on the linden aphid: Eucallipterus tiliae
               2.  Trioxys hortorun  on  the  elm aphid: Tinocallis platani

2. Currently we operate integrated control  programs for five cities and one school
   district.  The emphasis in this project  is to  further develop, document and
   plan to extend the biological  control of urban pest insects.

-------
NATIONAL MARINE POLLUTION MONITORING PROGRAM

   START/ COMPL DATE |     12/75 • 12/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / $   56192
    TASK/EPA CODE IP608C-12     / R804215-01  (GRANT)   PRJQR  FY76 / $  69/18191
   PROJECT OFFICER I G     HOFFMAN
   INVESTIGATORS |   E  D GOLDBERG                 UNIVf OF CALIFORNIA
   MILEl 12/77 "FINAL REPORT ENTITLED*  "NATIONAL MARINE POLLUTION MONITORING
     A SURVEILLANCE OF  FOUR COLLECTIVES OF POLLUTANTS  IN  U,S, COASTAL WATERS 18
      BEING CARRIED OUT THROUGH THEIR CONCENTRATIONS IN TWO SENTINEL OR
     GANISMS»-MUSSELS AND BARNACLES. THE POLLUTANT SPECIES INCLUDE HEAVY METALS
     (LEAD, CADMIUM, MERCURY,  SELENIUM, ZINC,  SILVER AND  COPPER), CHLORINATED
      HYDROCARBONS (DDT RESIDUES, POLYCHLORINATED 6IPHENYLS, HEX
     ACHLORBENZENE, DIELDRJN,  ENDRIN, HEPTACHLQR, BENZENE HEXACHLORIDE, CIS AND
     TRANS CHLORDANE AND THE INSECTICIDAL  DERIVATIVES  OXYCHLORDANE AND
     HEPTACHLOR EPOXIDEJI ARTIFICIAL RADIONUCLIDES (PLUTONiuM»238, PLUTONIUM
     239 AND 240? AMERICIUM 241 AND CESIUM-137)j AND PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS
     (TO INCLUDE MEASURES OF THE CONCENTRATIONS  OF ALKANES, CYCLOALKANES
      AND AROMATICS, INCLUDING 2, 3, «, AND 5  RING POLYNUCLEAR CONDENSED SPE
     CIESJ. THE PROGRAM INCUDES SITES OFF  THE  EAST,  WEST  AND GULF COASTS OF THE
      U.S8 AS WELL AS OFF ALASKA, GUAM  AND SAMOA, OVE« TWO HUNDRED AND
     FIFTY SAMPLES *ILL SE TAKEN DURING THE FIRST TWO  YEARS OF THE PROJECT AND
     ANALYZED IN 8 LABORATORIES, Two FOR EACH  SET OF POLLUTANTS, INTER LAB
     ORATORY COMPARISONS ARE BEING MADE ON THE POLLUTANT  ANALYSES, THE GOALS OF
      THE PROGRAM WILL  BE THE  ASSESSMENT TO THE  UeS, COASTAL WATERS FOR THE
      SUPPORT OF MARINE RESOURCES SUCH  AS  FOOD FROM  THE SEA, THE VITALITY OF
     COMMUNITIES OF MARINE ORGANISMS AND THE CONTINUED USE OF NONLIVING R
     ESOURCES SUCH AS BEACHES  AND HARBORS  AND  THE PREDICTION OF FUTURE EXPOSURE
     LEVELS OF POLLUTANTS BASED UPON THE BEST  EXISTING INFORMATION AND MODELS,

-------
A STANDARD PROGRAM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT  ASSESSMENT  -  PHASE  1
ICMTHYOPLANKTON SAMPLING
   START/ COMPL DATE  I    12/75  -  03/78  t  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $    \0530
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IP608C-05      /  R80«ai6-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY75  / $    6«9821
   PROJECT OFFICER I  A 0  BECK
   INVESTIGATORS I   M A HYMAN                     UNIV, OF  RHODE ISLAND
                     3 B SAILA                     UNIV, OF  RHODE ISLAND
   MILEI  03/78  -FINAL REPORT  ENTITLED,  "A  STANDARD PROGRAM  FOR  ENVIRONMENTAL  i*
     IT  IS PROPOSED THAT THE  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION  AGENCY  DEVELOP AN  ENVIRO
     NMENTAL  IMPACT PROGRAM FOR  A  REPRESENTATIVE ESTUARINE  SITE IN  NARRAGANSETT
      BAY,  RHODE ISLAND, THESE STUDIES  WOULD  BE  AIMED  AT  SELECTING  AND  MONIT
     ORING REPRESENTATIVE IMPORTANT SPECIES,  INHERENT  VARIABILITY AND  BIASES  OF
     ANY  GEAR USED WILL BE DETERMINED,  SPECIFICALLY  AS  RELATES  TO THE  PROBLEM
     OF  AVOIDANCE, PRELIMINARY STUDIES  OF  SMALL  SCALE  TEMPORAL  AND  SPATIAL
      VARIABILITY  WILL BE CONDUCTED BEFORE ESTABLISHING ONGOING MONITOR
     ING  PROGRAMS, THE STUDY  PROPOSED HERE WILL  SERVE  AS  THE  FIRST  PHASE OF  THE
     MUCH LONGER DURATION PROGRAM  IMPLIED  ABOVE, THIS  STUDY IS  AIMED
     PRIMARILY  AT  UNDERSTANDING  THE BIASES AND  VARIABILITY  INHERENT IN  ICHTHYOP
     LANKTON  SAMPLING, PRESENTLY ACCEPTED  STANDARD ICHTHYOPLANKTON  GEAR  WILL  BE
     USED TO  THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE  TO  PERMIT  COMPARISONS WITH PAST AND
     ONGOING  STUDIES,

-------
804232

Work involves a $1.6 million restoration project for eutrophic
Lake Lansing, used by 500,000 people.  Major objectives include:
testing and monitoring effective innovative dredging methods
including new cutter heads, hydraulic head loss and consolidation
rates for marl',' peat, etc.  Methods of reducing return to lake
of silt and nutrients.  Prepare cost curves on dredging process
including size, depth, lake location, spoil areas, etc. and do
likewise for a rational assessment formula to aid future engineers
and contractors.  These are to determine economics of storing dry
peat and marl for agricultural resale.  Demonstrate sandy beaches
construction and also document the relationship of dredging to
improvement of water quality.

The approach entails superimposing an evaluation program into an
innovative dredging program for Lake Lansing.  As dredging proceeds,
appropriate physical and chemical monitoring would be made using
in-house laboratory and soils equipment.  Principal investigator
will prepare plans and specifications, take bids and then give
detailed resident project supervision concurrent and in part
with the same personnel, evaluating the project.  The project
would take 6 months for final plans, 18 months for construction
plus 6 months for evaluation report.

-------
SACHOUSC STUDY A8 AN EMISSION CONTROL ON A  SOLID  HASTE  INCINERATOR
BOILER
   START/ COMPL DATE I     05/76 • 08/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  *    67079
    TASK/EPA CODE IF624A-058    / R804233      (GRANT)   PRIOR   PY76  / S   650001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  M  TURNER
   INVESTIGATORS i   B    MCDERMOTT                NASHVILLE THERMAL TRANSFER co
   MILEI  os/76 -GRANT AHARO
         09/77 -REPORT  ON PRELIMINARY PERFORMANCE RESULTS
         09/78 -FINAL REPORT
     DETERMINE APPLICABILITY AND PERFORMANCE  FOR  PILOT  BAGHOUSE  ON  WASTE TO ENE
     RGV  MUNICIPAL INCINERATOR.  OPERATE PILOT BAGHOU3ES ON  INCINERATOR FLUE GAS
      FOR ONE  YEAR TEST PERIOD.  OBTAIN PERFORMANCE AND  DURABILITY  DATA ON
     TWO  OR  THREE BAG STYLES (TEFLON, GLASS). PRELIMINARY PERFORMANCE  TESTING
      ACCOMPLISHED*  ENDURANCE TESTING YET  TO  BE  STARTED,

-------
AIR POLLUTION AND CARDIQPULMONARY FUNCTIONS
   START/ COMPL DATE 1     10/76 • 10/78 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / $  15«000
    TASK/EPA CODE IH625F-7166   / R804256      (QRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $  1620001
   PROJECT OFFICER I W  B  RIGGAN
   INVESTIGATORS |
UNIV.
UNIV,
UNIV.
OF
OF
OF
AKRON
AKRON
AKRON
                  R A MOSTARDI
                  B L RICHARDSON
                  G A ATWQOD
MILEt 11/76 -GRANT AWARD
      11/78 -PROSRESS REPORT
      11/79 -FINAL REPORT
  THE BASIC STRUCTURE OF THIS EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN IS TO EXAMINE THE EFFECTS
  OF AIR POLLUTION ON VARIOUS CARDIOPULMONARY PARAMETERS,  THE DESIGN
  WILL INVOLVE BOTH LONGITUDINAL AND CROSS-SECTIONAL APPLICATIONS AND I
  NCLUDE A NUMBER OF AGE GROUPS, THREE GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS WILL BE SELECTED
  AND INCLUDEl 1) AN AREA OF HEAVY POPULATION!  2) AN AREA  OF INTERMEDIATE
  OR VARYING POPULATION* 3) A CLEAN AREA,  IN EACH OF THE AREAS A MINIMUM
  OF 150 VOLUNTEERS WITHIN EACH AGE GROUP  WILL  BE TESTED,  THE VARIOUS TESTS
   WHICH WILL BE CONDUCTED AND OTHER DATA  COLLECTED INCLUDEl 1) VITAL DATA,
  2) PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTING, j) MAXIMAL EXPIRATORY FLOW VOLUME
  CURVES,  4) MULTIPLE-LOAD EXERCISE TEST,  5) ALPHAM-ANTITRYPSIN, 6}
  METHEMQGLOBIN, 7) CARBQXYHEMQGLQBIN, 8)  MERCURY AND CADMIUM IN BLOODi 9)
  MERCURY  AND ARSENIC IN URINE, 10) TRACE  METALS IN HAIR,  in QUESTIONNAIRE
  COMPLETION, AEROMETRIC MONITORING WILL BE CARRIED OUT AT MULTIPLE SITES
  WITHIN EACH OF THE THREE AREAS AND WILL  INCLUDEI n TOTAL SUSPENDED
  PARTICULATE, 2) SQ2i  3) NOX, 4)  HYDROCARBONS*  53 OZONE,  6) TRACE METALS* 7
  )  METERQLQGICAL DATA, THE DATA COLLECTED WILL  BE ANALYZED AMONG AND BETWEE
  N  THE  AGE GROUPS USING MULTIPLE  LINEAR REGRESSION AND ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
   MODELS.

-------
RECOVER* STUDIES OF PESTICIDES FROM SURFACE  WATERS

   START/ COMPL DATE |     03/76 - 03/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY    77   / $   2a9<»6
    TASK/EPA  CODE |A6iaE-l7     / R80«294-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER  I J  J   LICHTENBERG
   INVESTIGATORS |    T  F  MCGRATH                  SU3QUEHANNA  UNIVERSITY
     THE STUDY  WILL DETERMINE  ACCURACY  AND PRECISION DATA FOR  A VARIETY OF
     PESTICIDES IN  SURFACE AND DRINKING WATER.  THE  OFFICIAL EPA METHOD USING
     LIQUID-LIQUID  EXTRACTION  AND GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC  TECHNIQUES WILL BE
     EMPLOYED,

-------
804303
This project is designed to develop the  necessary modifications and changes in inter-
pretations of western water laws that will  facilitate the implementation of improved
water management technologies thereby reducing  and controlling salinity and other
forms of water pollution resulting from  the exercise of irrigation water rights.  To
accomplish this goal, four major objectives will  be satisfied:

     1)  Describe and define the legal aspects  of water quality control programs rele-
     vant to irrigated agriculture for the  seventeen western states to include:  (a)
     statutes; (b) regulations; and (c)  implementing machinery.

     2)  Describe the degree of interface of the  law between:   (a) water quantity allo-
     cation and management; and (b) water quality control.

     3)  Relate the characteristics of the  physical  irrigation system (which consists
     of three subsystems - water delivery,  farm and water removal) and appropriate
     technological solutions for achieving  irrigation return flow quality control to
     the legal system (which consists of both legal  parameters - water quantity and
     water quality) for each of the seventeen western states.

     4)  Prepare modifications or enactments for  either or both parameters of the
     legal system in order to achieve irrigation  return flow quality control.

The analytical approach, after collection and assimilating material on western states
water quality laws and programs (the material on  state water quantity laws is  already
available), is first to describe in general  the legal  system (both water quantity,
and water quality) in each state, and second, to  structure  the legal  system of each
.state .a.t the three sublevftls of an. irrigation

-------
 FUNDING  I EST. - FY
•02   (GRANT)  PRIOR
  77
FY76
 / $
/ S
 6U549

765931
                      UNIVERSITY

                      UNIVERSITY
                      UNIVERSITY
BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF THE  BENEFITS  OF  MAINTAINING  A  CHLORINE RESIDUAL
 IN PUBLIC *ATER
   START/  COMPL  DATE  I     07/76  -  06/78  I
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IC614A-7182    /  R80"J07
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  M  J  ALLEN
   INVESTIGATORS |    C  W KRUSE                     JOHNS  HOPKINS
                     K    KAwATA                    JOHNS  HOPKINS
                     V  P OLIVIERI                  JOHNS  HOPKINS
   MILE! 07/76 -PROJECT  START
        07/77 -CONTINUATION  FUNDING PACKAGE  PROCESSED
        10/77 "INTERIM  REPORT PUBLISHED
        06/78 -PROJECT  COMPLETION
        09/76 "FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVES OF  THIS STUDY  ARE  TO  EVALUATE  THE KIND  AND CONCENTRATION  OP
      CHLORINE RESIDUAL  THAT  MUST  8£ MAINTAINED  IN  THE  DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEM
     TO NEUTRALIZE  SIGNIFICANTLY THE PATHOGENIC  ORGANISMS INTRODUCED THROUGH  D
     EFECTS,  LABORATORY  EXPERIMENTS WILL  BE CONDUCTED UTILIZING BACTERIA, VIRUS
     AND CYST MODELS  IN  SIMULATED  DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS,  THESE ORGANISMS  WILL
     BE ASSAYED  FOR SURVIVAL  UNDER CONDITIONS OF VARYING CONCENTRATIONS  OF  F
     REE AND  COMBINED CHLORINE,  FIELD  EVALUATIONS  WILL  ALSO BE MADE  WITH  LONG T
     ERM,  LARGE  VOLUME  SAMPLING  OF WATER  FROM DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEM  WITH  AND  WITH
     OUT FREE RESIDUAL  CHLORINE, CHLORINE  RESIDUAL  DETERMINATIONS  AND TOTAL  AND
      FECAL COLIFQRM  ASSAYS WILL BE DONE,  THE STUDY WlLLi OF NECESSITY,
     INCLUDE  EVALUATION  OF CULTURE TECHNIQUES AND  MATERIALS,

-------
PATHQPHYSIOLOGY OF CO EXPOSURE IN I3CHCMIC HEART  DISEASE

   START/ COMPL DATE I    05/76 • 12/79 I  FUNDING I  E3T,  • FY    77  /  $   119200
    TASK/EPA CODE IH601C-7222   / R80U316      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $  1970001
   PROJECT OFFICER I M T  WAGNER
   INVESTIGATORS |   L P MCLAURIN                 UNIV, OF NORTH CAROLINA
                     J R FOSTER                   UNIV, OF NORTH CAROLINA
   MILEl 05/76 "GRANT AWARDj  OBTAIN SUPPLIES AND  EQUIPHENT
         io/76 -INITIATE PILOT EXPERIMENTS
         07/77 -SUBMIT REPORT OF PILOT STUDIES
         07/77 -INITIATE DOS  STUDIES
         01/78 -PRELIMINARY REPORT ON DOG  DATA
         07/78 -INITIATE HUMAN STUDIES
         01/79 -FINAL REPORT  ON DOG DATA
         o«/79 -FINAL REPORT  ON HUMAN EXPOSURES
     THE PURPOSE OF THIS INVESTIGATION WILL BE FURTHER ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE
     OF CARBON MONOXIDE ceo)  AS AN AGGRAVATING FACTOR  IN THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF
      ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE  AND ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION,  ANIMAL
     STUDIES ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF GRADED EXPOSURE TO LOW LEVELS OF  co ON
     REGIONAL MYOCAROIAL BLOOD FLOW, TISSUE OXYGENATION,  AND LEFT VENTRICULAR
     FUNCTION ARE PLANNED, FURTHER STUDIES ON VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION
     THRESHHOLD AND THE GENESIS OF ARRHYTHMIAS WILL  BE PERFORMED, HUMAN  STUDIES
     INCLUDE ASSESSMENT OF co AS A FACTOR  LIMITING EXERCISE PERFORMANCE*
     AGGRAVATING ARRHYTHMIAS  AND COMPROMISING LEFT VENTRICULAR FUNCTION  WILL BE
     CARRIED OUT, A LONG-TERM STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF CARBQXYHEMOGLOBIN
     LEVEL TO MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION SIZE*  MORBIDITY, AND MORTALITY FROM  ACUTE
     MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION IS BEING UNDERTAKEN IN CONJUNCTION  WITH THE AREA
     EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AND THE OFFICE OF THE  STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER,

-------
TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION  OF  BATEA  GUIDELINES - TEXTILES

   START/ COMPL  DATE  I    01/76  «  01/79  I FUNDING  I EST, - FY   77   /  $  238000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  |F610B-oa      /  R80U329      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY7b  / S   3400001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  M    3AMFIELD
   INVESTIGATORS  i    o   NILES                     AMER, TEXTILE MANUFACT.  INST,
                     W A  STOREY                    AMER, TEXTILE MANUFACT.  INST,
                     T   SARGENT                   AM£R, TEXTILE MANUFACT.  IN8T.
   MILEl  03/76 -SEND  OUT  RPP'S
         05/76 -SELECT CONTRACTOR
         07/76 -WORK  PLAN  AND ORGANIZATION  CHART
         09/76 -QUALITY ASSURANCE  MANUAL
         12/76 -DESIGN OF  MOBILE UNITS
         04/77 -MOBILE, UNIT  CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE
         05/77 -TESTING OF PLANTS  BEGIN
         io/78 -TESTING OF PLANTS  COMPLETE
         12/78 -ECONOMIC  ANALYSIS  COMPLETE
         02/79 -REPORT COMPLETE
    THE  OBJECTIVE  IS  TO  EVALUATE  THE TREATMENT EFFICIENCY OF TECHNOLOGICAL
    PROCESSES DEFINED BY  EPA AS BATE* FOR  THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AND TO EVALUATE
    THE  ECONOMIC ACHIEVABILITY  AND IMPACT  ON  THE  INDUSTRY RESULTING
    FROM THE APPLICATION  OF THE TECHNOLOGIES. APPROACH IS THE CONSTRUCTION  OF
    TWO  MOBILE PILOT  UNITS  TO USE  IN TESTING  SIX  DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES ON
    TWENTY-FOUR TEXTILE  PLANTS  REPRESENTING EACH  OF THE SEVEN TEXTILE
    CATEGORIES LISTED IN  THE FEDERAL REGISTER, THESE WILL BE ADD-ON TECHNOLOG
    IES  (TERTIARY  TREATMENT) FOR  PLANTS HAVING SECONDARY TREATMENT SYSTEMS  AND
    WHICH  ALREADY  MEET BPT  REGULATIONS, OUTPUT is  TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BOTH
    TO THE INDUSTRY  AT LARGE AND  THE INDIVIDUAL PLANTS,

-------
A COMPARISON OF FOUR DAIRY MANURE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

   START/ COMPL DATE I     02/76 - 02/79 I  FUNDING I  ESTS  * FY    77   /  S    33299
    TASK/EPA CODE CU617D.33     / R8043a9      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   989011
   PROJECT OFFICER I S  C  YIN
   INVESTIGATORS |   R  0 MARTIN                   AGWAY INCORPORATED
   MIUEl 02/76 -PROJECT INITIATION
         02/79 -FINAL REPORT PUBLICATION
     OBJECTIVES! THIS PROJECT *HL STUDY AND COMPARE  FOUR DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT
     SYSTEMS FDR DAIRY  MANURE OVER A 3«YEAR PERIOD.  TOTAL COST,  ENERGY USE,
     NUTRIENT LOSS,  EFFICIENCY OF NUTRIENT UTILIZATION FOR CORN  PRODUCTION,  AND
     ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF EACH SYSTEM  WILL BE COMPARED FROM  THE DATA  COLl
     ECTED DURING THIS  STUDY PERIOD, APPROACHI FIVE  3-ACRE TREATMENT AREAS WILL
     BE UTILIZED WITH ONE DEFINED MANURE MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM ASSIGNED TO EACH
     AREA. OUTPUT! FINAL PROJECT REPORT,

-------
804360


(1)  Qbj ectives:   To provide professional and technical  assistance;   to
    disseminate  information on all aspects of solid waste  management;
    to provide timely input to EPA on programs, regulations,  guidelines,
    and  legislation;  to facilitate the sharing of  information on solid
    waste management between cities;  to provide information  to EPA on
    successful solid waste practices and the degree to  which  they exist.
(2)  Approach:   (a) Three group technical assistance working  sessions
    will be held;   (b)  ICMA will publish three issues of Refuse Report,
    a newsletter of the latest happenings in solid  waste management;
    (c)  four technical  assistance transfer team visits  will occur re-
    sponding to  cities  with specialized needs;  (d) a special  index
    on solid waste practices and resources will be  developed;   (e)
    ICMA's solid waste  clearinghouse will be further developed and  ex-
    panded .

-------
OPTICAL DETECTION OF ASBESTIFDRM PARTICLES IN FINISHED DULUTH DRINKING
WATER
   START/ COMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE IC614
   PROJECT OFFICER I G S
                   05/78 I
                   R804J61
   INVESTIGATORS
   MILEi 03/76
         Ofl/77
         06/78
     WE WISH TO
          OS/77 «
         7155   /
          LQGSDON
     M   SYDOR
     T F JORDAN
     S   DIEHL
     K   STQRTZ
     D   SMITH
AWARD GRANT
ANNUAL REPORT
PROJECT REPORT
IDENTIFY THE SIGNATURE
 FUNDING  I EST, • FY
•02   (GRANT)  PRIOR
     77
   FY76
 / $
/ S
 57000
570001
                                   UNIV,
                                   UNIV,
                                   UNIV,
                                   UNIV,
                                   UNIV,
              OF
              OF
              OF
              OF
              OF
MINNESOTA
MINNESOTA
MINNESOTA
MINNESOTA
MINNESOTA
                        DUE TO OPTICAL SCATTERING OF INDIVIDUAL
AND CHRYSOTILE FIBERS IN WATER SAMPLES*  AND TO USE THE S
                           TO DETERMINE  THE CONCENTRATION OF THE
     AMPHIBOLE
     CATTERIN6 SIGNATURE IN AN EXPERIMENT
     CONTAMINANTS IN FILTERED WATER,

-------
ASBESTOS IN DOMESTIC MATER SUPPLIES AND CANCER  INCIDENCE  IN  FIVE
CALIFORNIA COUNTIES
   START/ COMPL DATE I     05/77 « 05/78 I  FUNDING  I  E8T.  - FT"   77   /  S   122UOO
    TASK/EPA CODE |D61«B«081     / R804366-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $   6*0911
   PROJECT OFFICER I L  J  MCCABE
   INVESTIGATORS i   R  c COUPES                   UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
                     J  C MURCHIO                  UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
                     R  3 PAFFENBARGER              UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
   MILEl  0«/77  -ANNUAL  REPORT
         oa/78  -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT 18  TO DETERMINE  THE  ASSOCIATION  BETWEEN THE
     PRESENCE OF ASBESTOS FIBERS IN DRINKING  WATER AND THE INCIDENCE OF  CANCER
     IN  THE  POPULATION  SERVED  BY SUCH  WATER SUPPLIES,  THE STUDY WILL BE  DIVIDED
      INTO THREE OVERLAPPING PHASESl  THE FIRST  PHASE DEALS WITH THE IDENT
     IFICATION  AND DESCRIPTION OF SAN  FRANCISCO BAY  AREA  WATERSHED  AND WATER DI
     STRIBUTION SYSTEMS, WHICH WILL INCLUDEI  THE SITE  OF  WATER SOURCES,  THEIR  G
     EOMORPHIC  COMPOSITION, GEO-POLITICAL  AREA  SERVED,  METHOD  OF  WATER TREATMEN
     T AND MEANS OF DISTRIBUTION, THE  SECOND  PHASE WILL BE DIRECTED TOWARDS  THE
      DETERMINATION OF  NUMBER,  SIZE AND TYPE  OF ASBESTOS  FIBERS PRESENT
      IN  THE VARIOUS WATER SUPPLIES BEFORE AND  AFTER TREATMENT AND  AFTER
     DISTRIBUTION, THE  THIRD PHASE WILL INVOLVE A  TABULATION OF TUMOR  INCIDEN
     CE  AND  CANCER MORTALITY DATA FROM THE 3RD  NATIONAL CANCER SURVEY  CONDUCTED
      IN  THE FIVE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA COUNTIES  UNDER CONSIDERATION, CORR
     ELATIONS BETWEEN THE OBSERVED OCCURRENCE OF ASBESTOS IN DRINKING  WATER  AND
     THE  INCIDENCE OF HUMAN CANCER WILL BE DETERMINED  USING  THE
     INFORMATION GATHERED IN THE THREE PHASES OF THIS  STUDY,

-------
DEMONSTRATION OF ULTRAPILTRATIQN AND CARBON ADSORPTION FOR TREATMENT  OF
INDUSTRIAL LAUNDRY WASTEWATER
   START/ CQMPL DATE I    01/76 « 09/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / $
    TASK/EPA CODE |B610B»05t)    / 880«367«01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 /  $
   PROJECT OFFICER 1 R J  TURNER
   INVESTIGATORS j   M   SLU1ZER
                     A   GQLLAN
   MREl 09/75 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
               •AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
               -END OF PROJECT PERIOD
               •DRAFT FINAL REPORT
               •RECEIVED FINAL REPORT
                                                                     20000
                                                                   1300001
                                             INST,  OF INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERER
                                             ABCOR  INCORPORATED
    09/75
    01/76
    03/78
    06/78
    09/78
THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROGRAM IS TO INVESTIGATE ON A  PILOT SCALE THE EFFECT
IVENESS OF ULTRAFILTRATION CUFJ AND CARBON ADSORPTION FOR THE TREATMENT OF
 INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERING WA8TEWATERS, A FIELD DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM
WITH A NOMINAL CAPACITY OF 5000 GPD WILL BE OPERATED FOR A FQUR«MGNTH
PERIOD ON ACTUAL LAUNDERING EFFLUENT, THE SYSTEM WILL UTILIZE FULL-SIZE
SPIRAL WOUND ULTRAFILTRATION MEM8RANE MODULES, THE  UF PERMEATE WILL 8E
FURTHER TESTED BY PASSAGE THROUGH A a« DIAMETER CARBON COLUMN. THE PROJ
ECT WILL ESTABLISH THE UF/CAR8QN ADSORPTION SYSTEM'S ECONOMICS* EFFICIENCY
OF REMOVAL AND OPTIMUM OPERATING CONDITIONS. THE ECONOMICS FOR
FULL-SCALE SYSTEMS OF VARYING DAILY CAPACITIES WILL BE DETERMINED. ALSO
DURING THIS PROGRAM, THE POSSIBLE PRESENCE AND FATE (AFTER UF/CAR80N) OF
 TOXIC SUBSTANCES IN INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERING WASTEWATER WILL BE
INVESTIGATED, THESE STUDIES WILL BE BASED ON THE EPA LISTING OF 65 TOXIC
SUBSTANCES, ANALYSES WILL BE PERFORMED BY GC/MS, SPARK SOURCE MS AND A,A,

-------
EFFECTIVENESS OF ACTIVATED CARBON FOR  REMOVAL  OF  TOXIC  AND/OR
CARCINOGENIC COMPOUNDS FROM WATER SUPPLIES
   START/ COMPL °ATE |    0«/76 • 07/79  I FUNDING I  EST§  "  FY    77   /  $    99158
    TASK/EPA CODE IC61« -7172    / R80a369-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / 5   1000001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I A    STEVENS
   INVESTIGATORS |    W J WEBER                     UNIV. OF  MICHIGAN
   MILEl  04/76  -GRANT AWARDED
         07/77  -INTERIM REPORT
         07/78  -INTERIM REPORT
         07/79  -PROJECT COMPLETED AND  FINAL REPORT  PUBLISHED
     THE  COMPLEX PROBLEM OF TRACE ORGANICS CONTAMINANTS IN  WATER SUPPLIES  CAN
     BE BROADLY DIVIDED INTO TWO MAJOR CATEGORIES!  1)  NATURALLY  OCCURRING  0
     RGANIC  SUBSTANCES THAT ARE TRANSFORMED TO POTENTIALLY  MORE  HARMFUL  SPECIES
     BY WATER TREATMENT OPERATIONS SUCH  AS CHLORINATIUN?  AND*  25  COMPOUNDS OF
      INDUSTRIAL* AGRICULTURAL*  AND OTHER MAN-RELATED  ORIGIN  THAT  ARE  NOW
     INDIGENOUS TO  MANY RAW WATER SUPPLIES AND WHICH RESIST REMOVAL BY CONV
     ENTIONAL WATER  TREATMENT PRACTICE,  SUBSTANTIAL  EFFORT  IS  BEING DIRECTED  BY
      THE U.S,E«P,A, TO RESOLUTION OF  PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE  FIRST
     CATEGORY OF COMPOUNDS*  ONE POTENTIAL SOLUTION  IS  TO  USE  ACTIVATED CARBON
     TREATMENT  IN ADVANCE  OF CHLORINATIQN TO ELIMINATE  THE  PRECURSOR COMPOUNDS,
     THE  PROPOSED RESEARCH WILL BE DIRECTED TO REMOVAL  OF THE  SECOND
     CATEGORY OF CONTAMINANTS*  TO AN EVALUATION OP  THE  COMPETITIVE  EFFECTS THAT
     NATURALLY  OCCURRING ORGANICS HAVE ON THE  EFFECTIVENESS OF CARBON  FOR
     REMOVAL OF THE  SECOND CATEGORY OF CONTAMINANTS  ON  A  LONG  TERM
     CONTINUOUS BASIS,  TO  THE EFFECTS  THAT OTHER  MAJOR  WATER  TREATMENT OPERATIO
     NS HAVE ON THIS EFFECTIVENESS*  AND  TO QUANTIFICATION OF  THE ASSOCIATED  ADS
     ORPTION DYNAMICS TO FACILITATE OPTIMUM DESIGN  AND  APPLICATION  METHODOLOGY,

-------
MONITORING FOR PATHOGENIC NAEGLERIA

   START/ COMPL DATE !     OS/76 • Oa/78 I  FUNDING !  EST,  • FY    77   /  $    84000
    TASK/EPA CODE ID607A»012    / R80437S-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $   763001
   PROJECT OFFICER I w     JAKUBOWSKJ
   INVESTIGATORS |   F  H WELLINGS                 STATE OFF, OF  LAS, SERVICES
                     A  L IE*13                    STATE OFF, OF  LAB, SERVICES
   MILEI  os/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS CONTINUATION GRANT IS TO  DEFINE THE DISTRIBUTION OF
     PATHOGENIC NAEGLERIA IN THE STATE OF  FLORIDA,  MULTIPLE ISOLATES HAVE B
     EEN  MADE FROM FRESHNATER LAKES AS WELL AS A THERMALLY POLLUTED QNg9
     NTERING APPEARS TO BE CONFINED TO LAKE BOTTOM  SANDS  AND/OR  SEDIMENTS,, OVER
     THE  NEXT YEAR THJS ASPECT WILL BE OR  SHOULD BE  CONFIRMED, A RAPID METHOD
     FOR  IDENTIFICATION HAS BEEN DEVELOPED BUT REQUIRES ADDITIONAL  TESTING
     THE  SPECIMENS FROM VARIOUS AR£ASe IMMUNQLQGICAL AND  PHYSICOCHEMICAL
     ASPECTS OF PATHOGENIC. NAEGLERIA AND SERQPQSXTIVE  NONPATHOGENIC
     WILL BE INVESTIGATED TO DETERMINE THEIR RELATIONSHIP,

-------
04376
    Rapid quantitative determination of beryllium via proton
scattering will be investigated as a function of  both scattering
angle and bombarding energy.  Simultaneous observation of other
elements using wavelength dispersive X-ray analysis will also be
evaluated.  Extension of the X-ray technique in order to determine
oxidation states by measurement of chemical shifts and differential
population of satellite lines will be examined.

-------
DEVELOP PATTERN RECOGNITION COMPUTER PROGRAM  AND  DATA  BANK  FOR  GAS  PHASE
 FTIR SPECTRA
   START/ CQMPL DATE I     01/76 - U/78  I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $   113000
    TASK/EPA CODE IK7138-U2    / R8Q4381      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / S    638001
   PROJECT OFFICER I L  V  AZARRAGA
   INVESTIGATORS i   T    ISENHQUR                 UNIV,  OF  NORTH CAROLINA
                     J    MARSHALL                 UNIV,  OF  NORTH CAROLINA
   MILEi  01/76 -AWARD GRANT
         01/78 -DELIVER WORKING PROGRAM  AND FINAL REPORT
     TO FACILITATE IDENTIFICATION OF ORGANIC  POLLUTANTS  BY  FOURIER  TRANSFORM
     SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR),  A GRANTEE  WILL DEVELOP  A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR
     CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC MOLECULES BY PATTERN  RECOGNITION OF
     INFRARED SPECTRA,  THE PROGRAM WILL  BE DESIGNED  TO FUNCTION ON  THE GCFTIR  8
     YSTEM'8 DEDICATED  COMPUTER, CURRENT COLLECTIONS CONTAIN CONDENSED PHASE  IR
     SPECTRA, BECAUSE THESE SPECTRA  DO NOT CORRESPOND  TO  GAS PHASE  SPECTRA, A
     DATA BASE OF GAS PHASE IR  REFERENCE SPECTRA  WILL  BE  COMPILED,  THE COM
     PUTER PROGRAM AND  DATA BASE,  WHICH  WILL  BE EXPANDED  IN THIS SECOND YEAR  OF
      THE GRANT,  WILL 8E USED TO DEVELOP TECHNIQUES  TO IDENTIFY ORGANIC
     ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS,

-------
STATUS OF OZONATION AND CHLORINE DIOXIDE  TECHNOLOGIES FOR TREATMENT OF
MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLIES
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76  • 11/77  I  FUNDING  I  EST, -  FY   77  /»    12000
    TASK/EPA CODE IC614 -7UO    / R60«385-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76 /  $    995731
   PROJECT OFFICER  I J  K  CARSWELL
   INVESTIGATORS |    G  * MILER                     PUBLIC TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATE
                     D  H HOUCK                     PUBLIC TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATE
   MILEl  05/76  "PACKAGE PROCESSED
         06/76  -GRANT AWARDED
         11/77  -PROJECT COMPLETED
         01/78  -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
     PUBLIC  TECHNOLOGY, INC,,  IN COOPERATION  WJTH  THE AMERICAN WATER  WQRKS
     ASSOCIATION RESEARCH FOUNDATION  AND  THE  NATIONAL WATER WELL  A3SO
     CIATION, WILL  CONDUCT  A FACT FINDING,  STATE-OF-THE-ART SURVEY OF MUNICIPAL
     WATER TREATMENT PRACTICES  INVOLVING  THE  USE OF  OZONE AND  CHLORINE  DIOXIDE
      OVERSEAS,  IN  CANADA,  AND  THOSE  INSTALLATIONS THAT  ARE OPERATING IN
     THE  UNITED STATES, THE OBJECTIVES  ARE  TO DOCUMENT  SPECIFIC DATA  ON
      THE KNOWN APPLICATION OF  OZONE  AND  CHLORINE  DIOXIDE FOR  DRINKING  WATER
     TREATMENT,  INCLUDING DATA  ON ENGINEERING DESIGN, EFFECTIVENESS,  HEALTH AND
     SAFETY  ASPECTS, AND COSTS  OF USE OF  BOTH CHEMICALS. FOR OZONE, SPECIFIC
     EMPHASIS WILL  BE PLACED ON  DOCUMENTING WHAT IS  CURRENTLY  KNOWN AND
      PRACTICED ON  THE  USE  OF  OZONE  FOR  REMOVING DISSOLVED  ORGANIC MA
     TERIALS PRIOR  TO THE DISINFECTION  STEP,  AND ON  IDENTIFICATION OF OXIDATION
     PRODUCTS FORMED BY TREATMENT WITH  OZONE, IN THE CASE OF CHLORINE
     DIOXIDE, INFORMATION WILL  BE GATHERED  RELATED TO COSTS, METHODS  OF  APP
     LICATION,  PROBLEMS, SUCCESSES,  METHODS OF ANALYSIS. AND BY-PRODUCT  FORMATl
     ON.  ALSO,  A COMPILATION OF  PLANTS  THAT USE C/02 BOTH AS A DISINFECTANT AND
     FOR  TASTE  AND  ODOR CONTROL  WILL  BE  MADE. THE  PROJECT WILL BE ONE YEAR
     IN  DURATION AND WILL CONSIST OF  IDENTIFYING EXISTING FACILITIES  WORLDWIDE
     CURRENTLY  EMPLOYING 3ZONATIQN OR CHLORINE DIOXIDE  AS PART OF THEIR  WATE"
      TREATMENT PROCESS, INFORMATION  WILL  BE  GATHERED BY QUESTIONNAIRE  AND BY
     SITE VISITS TO SELECTED FACILITIES  IN  EUROPE, CANADA,  JAPAN, AND THE
      UNITED STATES,

-------
HALOGENATED MATERIALS IN AN URBANIZED WATER  SUPPLY
   START/ CQMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE tC61«
   PROJECT OFFICER I A  A
   INVESTIGATORS I   J  V
   MILEl
    05X76
    05/77
    05/78
    08/78
THE OBJECTIVES
CONCENTRATIONS
           05/76 • 04/78 I
          7175   / R80«39«
           STEVENS
          HUNTER
          SABATINO
•GRANT AWARDED
•INTERIM REPORT
•PROJECT COMPLETED
 FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
     OF THIS CONTINUING
     OF.THE HALOGENATED
                                     FUNDING J  EST, • FY
                                    •02  (GRANT)  PRIOR
                                             RUTGERS
                                             RUTGERS
                                        THE
                                        THE
  77
FY76

STATE
STATE
                                                  / $
                                                 / $
      62595
     300001
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
     WATER  SUPPLY
     EVALUATE  THE
     AND  HALOGENATABLE
     RIVER  SELECTED IS
                     STUDY ARE TO DETERMINE THE NATURE AND
                     ORSANICS ALREADY PRESENT IN THE
AND HOW THESE ARE INFLUENCED BY CHLORINATIQN, AND TO
RELATIVE IMPORTANCE THE VARIOUS SOURCES OF BOTH HALOGENATED
     ORGANICS AS THEY EFFECT THE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY. THE
         PASSAIC RIVER IN NORTHERN N£W JERSEY WHICH IS A
                  THE
     WATER  SUPPLY  SOURCE  BUT  RECEIVES  SIGNIFICANT  POLLUTANTS.

-------
STUDIES TO IMPROVE THE RELIABILITY  AND  SENSITIVITY  or  BACTERIAL
MUTAGENESIS AS A 3C«EEN FOR ENVIRONMENTAL  CARCINOGENS
   START/ COMPL DATE I    04/76  - 0«/79 |  FUNDING  I  ESTt  •  FY    77
    TASK/EPA  CODE  iH6e9A«79ii    / Reo«395«o2   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY
                  / s
            100000
                 1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I
   INVESTIGATORS  |
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
                  M    WATERS
                  B   COMMONER
                  A   VITHAYATHIL
                  M   KEMARYRSKY
                  S   HAIR
                  H D WATERS                   U.S. ENVIRON, PROTECTION AGCY
MILEl 07/T7 "REPORT ON THE USE OF THE SALMONELLA TYPHIUMURIUM LIQUID SUSPENS
      08/77 "REPORT ON TrtE MICROSOMAL EFFECT WITH STRAIN IA 1538
      01/78 -REPORT ON PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF MUTAGENESIS SCREENING OF URINE
  OBJECTIVES:  THE PROPOSED PROGRAM OF RESEARCH is DESIGNED TO IMPROVE THE
  RELIABILITY  AND SENSITIVITY OF THE BACTERIAL MUTAGENESIS TECHNIQUES AS A
  SCREEN FOR THE DETECTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENS, IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE
  THIS OBJECTIVE THE RESEARCH IS CONCENTRATING ON ELUCIDATING THE MECHANISM
  OF MICROSOMAL ACTIVATION WHICH OCCURS IN THIS TECHNIQUE AND OF IMPROVING
   THE SPECIFICITY OF THIS PROCESS, APPROACHi THE BASIC APPROACH
  EMPLOYED IN  THIS RESEARCH PROGRAM IS TO ANALYZE THE BIOCHEMICAL MF.CHA
  NISMS INVOLVED IN MICROSOMAL ACTIVATION. CURRENT PLANSI CURRENT RESEARCH P
  LANS ARE DESIGNED TO ELUCIDATE FURTHER OUR RECENT DISCOVERY THAT MICROSOME
   PREPARATIONS ARE THEMSELVES CAPABLE OF INDUCING A SIGNIFICANT
  INCREASE IN  THE MUTATION RATES OF TWO STRAINS OF SALMONELLA,  TA-1533 AND
  TA-98. SPECIFICALLY, WE PLAN TO DESCRIBE THE BIOCHEMICAL PROCESSES CARRIED
  OUT BY THE MICROSOMES THAT MEDIATE THIS EFFECT AND THE SUBSTANCES IN THE
   BACTERIAL CELLS THAT ARE ACTED UPONg

-------
NUTRITIONAL ECOLOGY OF GREAT LAKES CLADOPHORA SP,

   START/ COMPL DATE I    05/76 - 05/78 i  FUNDING  I  E3T,  - FY    77/1   37<»56
    TA8K/EPA CODE IN608A-036    / R80<*«02      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  /  S   37a9ll
   PROJECT OFFICER I N A  THOMAS
   INVESTIGATORS |   G C GERLOFF                  UNJV,  OF WISCONSIN
   MILEl  05/77 -ANNUAL REPORT
         05/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  PRIMARY OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT ARE TO CARRY  OUT LABORATORY STUDIES
      ON  THE NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND  CHARACTERISTICS OF CLADOPHORA
     GLOMERATA, TO EVALUATE ITS NUTRITION  UNDER FIELD  CONDITIONS,  AND TO
     UTILIZE THE RESULTS IN EXPLAINING THE OCCURRENCE  OF  NUISANCE  CLADOPHORA GR
     OWTHS IN THE GREAT LAKES AND IN DEVELOPING MEASURES  TO REDUCE  THE GROWTHS.
     EMPHASIS IN THE LABORATORY ASPECTS WILL BE IN EVALUATING  THE  EFFECT!
     VENESS OF CLADOPHORA GLOMERATA IN COMPETING WITH  DIATOMS  AND  OTHER ORGANIS
     MS FOP- P AND OTHER NUTRIENTS LIKELY TO BE CRITICAL  IN THE ABUNDANT GROWTHS
      OF  C.' GLOMERATA, C, GLOMERATA AND OTHER LAKE MICHIGAN ORGANISMS WILL BE
      GROWN IN MIXED CULTURES AND MADE TO  COMPETE  FOR  GROWTH-LIMITING AMOUNTS
     OF CRITICAL NUTRIENTS, THE MINIMUM SOLUTION CONCENTRATIONS AT  WHICH C.
     GLOMERATA CAN ABSORB ADEQUATE p AND OTHER KEY NUTRIENTS ALSO  WILL BE E
     STABLISHED AND COMPARED WITH SIMILAR  VALUES FOR OTHER COMPETING  ORGANISMS,
     THE  EMPHASIS IN THE FIELD WORK WILL BE TO ESTABLISH  WHETHER THE  AVAILABLE
     SUPPLY OF A SPECIFIC INORGANIC OR ORGANIC NUTRIENT  IS A KEY FACTOR IN
      CONTROLLING NUISANCE CLADOPHORA GROWTHS IN LAKE  MICHIGAN AND  PARTICULARLY
      GREEN BAY, THESE EVALUATIONS WILL BE BY VARIOUS  BIOLOGICAL ASSAYS
     WITH EMPHASIS DN THE TECHNIQUES OF PLANT ANALYSIS,

-------
UTILIZATION AND/OR STABILIZATION OF  PYROLYTIC  OIL  FROM  PYROLYSIS OF
AGRICULTURAL*  MUNICIPAL AND OTHER WASTES
START/ CDMPL DATE I    06/76 •
 TASK/PPA CODE IC624A.703U   /
PROJECT OFFICER I C    ROGERS
INVESTIGATORS i   j A KNIGHT
                  L W ELSTQN
                  D   HURST
MILEl 06/77 -GRANT AWARDED
             • INTERIM REPORT ON
                                  06/76  I
                                  R80U416'
                           FUNDING I EST. - FY   77
                           •02  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76
    / S
   / $
                                                                     61750
                                                                    650001
                                                  GEORGIA
                                                  GEORGIA
                                                  GEORGIA
                                           INST,
                                           INST,
                                           INST,
OF
OF
OF
                                                              TECHNOLOGY
                                                              TECHNOLOGY
                                                              TECHNOLOGY
         06/77
         12/77
         0^/78
         06/78
         09/78
         BROAD
                   PHYSICAL PROCESSING OF PYROLYTIC OILS 2ND PRO
•COMPLETE BASIC PROCESS OPTIMIZATION
•GRANT COMPLETED
•FINAL REPORT
OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM IS TO MAXIMIZE
     PYROLYTIC
     AND OTHER
THE BROAD OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM IS TO MAXIMIZE THE VALUE OF
OILS OBTAINED BY PYROLYSIS OF AGRICULTURAL, MUNICIPAL* FORESTRY
WASTES SO THAT MAXIMUM RESOURCE RECOVERY AND ECONOMICAL UTILIZA
TTON CAN BE REALIZED FROM THESE MATERIALS, IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH THIS OBJ
ECTIVE, AN EXTENSIVE SEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IS PROPOSED WHICH WILL
DEVELOP A DATA BASE FOR EVALUATION OF THE OILS FOR USES OTHER THAN
AS A FUEL. PYROLYTIC OILS HAVE POTENTIAL AS A SOURCE OF CHEMICALS, AS A
CHEMICAL FEEDSTOCK, AND FOR SPECIALTY USES FOR SPECIFIC FRACTIONS OBTAINED
FROM THE OILS, THIS PROGRAM WAS INITIATED JUNE 21, 1976,  AND TO DATE, THE
TECHNICAL LITERATURE HAS BEEN SURVEYED? A VARIETY OF DISTILLATION
EXPERIMENTS HAVE BEEN CARRIED OUT WITH PYROLYTIC OIL PRODUCED FROM A CONTI
NUQUS LARGE SCALE PYROLYSIS OPERATION* AND A LARGE NUMBER OF BOTH PHYSICAL
AND CHEMICAL TECHNIQUES AND METHODS HAVf BEFN UTILIZED IN CHARACTERIZING
THE OIL AND OIL FRACTIONS. PARTICULAR ATTENTION HAS BEEN  GIVEN TO LIQUID
AND GAS CHHOMATOGRAPHY AS TECHNIQUES FOR "FINGERPRINTING" THE OIL S
AMPLFS. DURING THE NEXT PROJECT PERIOD, THE MAJOR EMPHASIS OF THE RESEARCH
WRL 8E TO CONTINUE THE INVESTIGATION OF PROCESSING METHODS FOR PYROLYTIC
OIL. BOTH PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL METHODS WILL 8E INVESTIGATED AND THESF
INCLUDE EXTRACTION, COLUMN CHRQMATOGRAPHY, HYDROGEN AT ION  AND THERMAL CRAC
KING. PYROLYTIC OIL WILL BE PRODUCED WITH A 6 INCH TUBE FURNACE UNDER CONT
ROLLED CONDITIONS FOR USE ON THE PROGRAM, CONCURRENT WITH THIS EFFORT, THE
OIL PRODUCTS WILL BE CHARACTERIZED BY BOTH CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL ANA
LYTICAL METHODS. LIQUID AND GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY WILL BE USED EXTENSIVELY AS
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES, THE CURRENT LITERATURE WILL BE SEARCHED FOR TECH
NICAL INFORMATION THAT IS RELEVANT TO THIS PROGRAM AND FOR ADDITION TO OUR
LITERATURE BASE.

-------
PYRQGENIC ACTIVITY OF CARBON-FILTERED WATERS

   START/ CQMPL DATE i    03/76 • os/78 i  FUNDING t  EST,  * FY   77  / s   58999
    TA8K/EPA CODE 106148-063    / R80442Q-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   685901
   PROJECT OFFICER » H R  PAHREN
   INVESTIGATORS i   H w WOLF                     TEXAS A a M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
                     F   SLQWEY                   TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
   MILEl 07/78 "COMPLETE STUDY
     THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROPOSED RESEARCH ARE 1)  TO QUANTIFY THE PYRQGENlC
     ACTIVITY OF CARBON-FILTERED DRINKING  WATER SUPPLIES, AND
     EVALUATE THIS ACTIVITY WITH RESPECT TO A)  THE GRAM-NEGATIVE ENDOTOX
     IN CONTENT OF THE WATER AND 8) THE TOTAL AND COLIF°RM COUNTS OF THE WATER,
      AND 2) TO FURTHER STUDY THE INHALATION ROUTE OF  ADMINISTRATION OF
     PYRSGEN-CONTAINING AEROSOLS, THIS WILL 8E  ACCOMPLISHED BY 1) OBTAINING S
     AMPLES OF WATER FROM EXISTING WATER TREATMENT PLANTS THAT UTILIZE GRANULAR
     ACTIVATED CARBON BEDS IN THEIR TREATMENTS  AND EXAMINING SAMPLES TAKEN
     BEFORE THE CARBON BED* IMMEDIATELY AFTER,  AND AGAIN  AFTER A DISINFECTING
     TREATMENT. PART 2) WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY EXPOSING  TEST ANIMALS
     IN A DYNAMIC CHAMBER TQ INTENSELY-LADEN PYROGEN-CONTAINING AEROSOLS THUS
      ALLOWING QUANTITATION OF EXPOSURES,  CURRENT WORK USING HIGHLY TREATED
     WASTEWATER EFFLUENTS HAS DEMONSTRATED AN EXTREMELY HIGH CORRELATION OF
     GRAM.NEGATIVE ENDOTOXIN CONTENT WITH  TOTAL COUNT, A  DEFINITE DECREASE IN
      ENOQTOXIN CONTENT THROUGH THE CARBON ADSORPTION  PROCESS, A GREATER
     DECREASE IN ENDOTOXIN CONTENT WHEN DISINFECTED BY HIGH-PH AND OZONE AS
     COMPARED TO CHLORINATION AND UV IRRADIATION, AND  MIXED RESULTS ON
     ANIMALS WHICH ARE EXPOSED TO HIGH PYROGEN.CONTAINING WATERS VIA
     AEROSOL OR INGE8TION ROUTES • - SUGGESTING  A POSSIBLE DIFFERENCE OF
     RFSPQNSE AMONG INDIVIDUAL ANIMALS,

-------
SEATTLE TOLT WATER SUPPLY - MIXED ASBESTOS  FORMS  REMOVAL  STUDY
   START/ COMPL DATE t     05/76 • Jl/78  I
    TASK/EPA CODE iC6i« -7156   / Rso««22<
 FUNDING  I ESTi - FY   77  / S   66881
• 02   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S    820001
   PROJECT OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS t
                       DEPARTMENT
                       DEPARTMENT
                       DEPARTMENT
                       DEPARTMENT
                I G S  L3GSDON
                  J E COURCHENE                SEATTLE WATER
                  D L HARRISON                 SEATTLE WATER
                  B P HOYT                     SEATTLE WATER
                  G   KIRMEYER                 SEATTLE WATER
MILEl 05/76 -AWARD GRANT
      06/77 -ANNUAL REPORT
      11/78 -PROJECT COMPLETE
      o3/79 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
  TO DETERMINE THE MQST FEASIBLE METHOD OF REMOVAL OF NATURALLY OCCURRING
  MIXED AMPHIBOLE AND CHRY80TILE ASBESTOS FORM FIBRES FROM A MAJOR 8
  OURCE OF CITY OF SEATTLE WATER SUPPLY. TO EXTEND THE METHODOLOGY DEVELOPED
   IN DULUTH STUDY TO INCLUDE CHRYSOTILE REMOVAL BY MODIFICATIONS OF THE
   FILTERING TECHNIQUE SUCCESSFULLY DEVELOPED FOR REMOVAL OP AMPHIBOLE
  FIBRES. TO ACQUIRE PHYSICAL/PROFESSIONAL CAPABILITY TO CONDUCT
   PILOT PLANT STUDIES USING A SMALL PACKAGE PLANT AT THE SOURCE, THIS WILL
   REQUIRE THE ADDITION TO PROFESSIONAL STAFF TO COORDINATE EXISTING DE
  PARTMENT MANPOWER CAPABILITIES AND CAPITAL INVESTMENT FOR EQUIPMENT; SINCE
   DISCOVERY OF ASBESTOS IN TOLT SOURCE DURING A JOINT CITY/STATE EPA
  SURVEY, STUDIES HAVE BEEN CONTINUED BOTH JOINTLY AND INDEPENDENTLY
   BY THE CITY, SEATTLE IS CURRENTLY ENGAGED IN A WATERSHED SAMPLING AND
  ANALYSIS PROGRAM TO DEFINE AREAS OF NATURAL CONTRIBUTION AND TO
  DETERMINE If ASBESTOS CONCENTRATION IS SUBJECT TO SEASONAL INFLUENCES.'

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF MANASEMENT MODELS FOR STREAM ECOSYSTEMS

   START/ CQMPL DATE I     04/76 - 04/78 J  FUNDING I  |ST,  • FY    77  /  S   50000
    TASK/EPA CODE i*609A»4Q3    / Reoaaaa      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76 / $  1209741
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  W  FALCO
   INVESTIGATORS |   R  H BOLIN5                   MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
         oa/76 -START OF GRANT
         09/76 -DEVELOPMENT OF PRELIMINARY STREAM MODEL
         01/77 -DEVELOPMENT OF FINAL PRIMARY STREAM  MODEL
         10/77 -INTERFACE PRIMARY STREAM MODEL WITH  RIVER AND  WATERSHED MODELS
         oa/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVES OF  THIS WORK ARE TO DEVELOP QUANTITATIVE  PREDICTIVE MODELS
     OF WOODLAND STREAM ECOSYSTEMS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS A
     NO TO DEVELOP A SUFFICIENT DATA BASE  TO PARAMETERIZE THE  MODELS AND PERMIT
      REASONABLE ESTIMATES OF SYSTEMS STATUS FROM DIRECTLY MEASURABLE  STREAM
      VARIABLES. THE RESEARCH APPROACH INVOLVES THE  MODIFICATION OF
     EXISTING MODELS FOR PLANNING APPLICATIONS, DATA REQUIRED  FOR PARAMETER
     ESTIMATION WILL BE OBTAINED FROM LABORATORY MICROCOSM EXPERIMENTS, LITE
     RATURI SURVEYS* AND FIELD STUDIES. THE DETAILED MODEL WILL BE CONDENSED TO
      PROVIDE A PLANNING MODEL REQUIRING A MINIMUM OF DATA FOR CALIBRATION.
     SUBMODELS DESCRIBING MERCURY AND MALATHfON TRANSFORMATION KINETICS WILL
     BE INCORPORATED. A FINAL REPORT SUMMARIZING THE PROJECT  WILL BE PREPARED
     AND SUBMITTED* ALONG WITH A DOCUMENTED DECK OF  ALL COMPUTER PROGRAMS
     DEVELOPED. THE FINAL REPORT WILL CONTAIN INSTRUCTIONS DESCRIBING THE
     OPERATION AND INPUT REQUIREMENTS OF THE PLANNING MODEL,

-------
EFFECTS OF COMPOUNDS PRODUCED FROM  PETROLEUM  UTILIZATION ON MARINE
INVERTEBRATES WITH EMPHASIS ON NEOPLASIA  AND  CARCINOGENESIS c
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/76 -  05/78  I  FUNDING  I  E3T, - FY    77   /  $    20000
    TASK/F.PA  CODE  lQ625A.l«Ofe   /  R604a27.02   (SRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S    feO««01
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  A   COUCH
   INVESTIGATORS  t   M  c  MIX                       OREGON STATE HIGHER  EDUC.  SYS
   MILEf  05/78  -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES!  1)  TO  DETERMINE THE  CONCENTRATION  (BODY BURDENS) OF SELECTED
     ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL CARCINOGENS  IN  ECONOMICALLY-IMPORTANT MOLLUSCS
     AND  CRUSTACEANS FROM  OREGON BAYS, ESTUARIES AND  INSHORE AREAS,  2) TO
     DETERMINE  IF  THERE is A  POTENTIAL PUBLIC  HEALTH  HAZARD TO MAN  FROM  CON
     SUMING SHELLFISH,  HARVESTED FROM OREGON  BAYS,  ESTUARIES AND INSHORE  AREAS,
     WHICH CONTAIN PETROLEUM  BY-PRODUCTS  THAT  ARE  CARCINOGENIC,  3)  TO
     SURVEY POPULATIONS OF BIVALVE  MQILUSKS,  DETERMINE  THE INCIDENCE OF
     NEOPLASTIC DISEASES  IN THESE POPULATIONS  AND  ASCERTAIN IF THERE is  ANY  co
     RRELATION  BETWEEN  CARCINOGENIC BODY  BURDENS AND  THE INCIDENCES OF SUCH  DIS
     EASES. 4)  TO  IDENTIFY  POINT SOURCES  OF CHEMICAL  CARCINOGENS  THAT  ARE PRESE
     NT IN OREGON  BAYS  AND  ESTUARIES UTILIZED  IN THIS STUDY, 5)  TO  DETERMINE RA
     TES  OF CARCINOGENIC PQLYCYCLIC AROMATIC  HYDROCARBON UPTAKE  AND ELIMINATION
     IN BIVALVE MQLLUSKS,  EXTENSIVE PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATIONS  HAVE BEEN
     CONDUCTED  T0|  DETERMINE  WHICH OREGON BAYS WILL BE  UTILIZED  IN  THE STUDY!
     ASCERTAIN  WHICH SHELLFISH  SPECIES WILL BE usEDf  LOCATE SITES AT WHICH
     SHELLFISH  CAN  BE CONTIGUOUSLY SAMPLED, BIVALVE MOLLUSKS FROM DIFFERENT
     HABITATS IN THE VARIOUS  BAYS ARE ANALYZED FOR THE  PRESENCE  AND AMOUNT OF
     BENZOUiPYRENE  (BAP)  MONTHLY OR BI-MONTHLY, HISTOLQGICAL
     SECTIONS ARE  PREPARED  30  THAT DIAGNOSES CAN BE MADE AND NEOPLASTIC
     DISEASES,  IF  PRESENT,  CAN  BE IDENTIFIED,

-------
DEVELOP AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTION MONITOR USING ACOUSTICAL LASER DQPPLER
 EFFECT
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76 - 05/79 I FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / $   48000
    TA9K/EPA CODE |G712B.BE»39  / RSO««29..02  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S   390001
   PROJECT OFFICER I C  W  LEWIS
   INVESTIGATORS |   M  K TESTERMAN                UNIV, OF ARKANSAS
                     M  K MAZUMDER                 UNIV, OF ARKANSAS
                     R  W RAJ9LE                   UNIV, OF ARKANSAS
                     R  A SIMS                     UNIV, OF ARKANSAS
                     P  C MCLEOD                   UNIV, OF ARKANSAS
   MILEl 06/79 "FINAL REPORT
     09JECTIVESI TO DEVELOP AN AMBIENT AEROSOL PARTICLE SIZE SPECTROMETER
     CAPABLE OF MEASURING IN REAL-TIME THE AERODYNAMIC SIZE DISTRIBUTION IN
     THE RANGE 0,05 TO  25 MICRONS IN DIAMETER, APPROACHI THE MEASUREMENT MET
     HOD CONSISTS OF (1) CAUSING INDIVIDUAL AEROSOL  PARTICLES TO OSCILLATE IN A
      SINUSQIDALLY VARYING ACOUSTICAL FIELD, AND (2) MEASURING BY MEANS OF
     A LASER DQPPLER TECHNIQUE THE PHASE LAG OF EACH PARTICLE'S MOTION RELATI
     VE TO THE ACOUSTICAL EXCITATION, WITH THE PHASE LAG BEING DIRECTLY RELATED
     TO THE AERODYNAMIC SIZE OF THE PARTICLE, CURRENT PLANS/PROGRESSj AT THE
     END OP THE FIRST YEAR'S WORK A FIRST PROTOTYPE  SPECTROMETER HAS BEEN BUILT
     WHICH IS ABLE TO MEASURE AERODYNAMIC SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE
     0.3 TO 5 MICRON RANGE, DURING THE SECOND YEAR THE PROTOTYPE'S PERFORMANCE
     WILL BE EVALUATED* AND BASIC RESEARCH WILL BE PERFORMED TO INVESTIGATE THE
     MOST FEASIBLE METHOD FOR EXTENDING THE SIZE RANGE, DURING THE
     THIRD YEAR A SECOND PROTOTYPE WILL BE BUILT WHICH SHOULD MEET THE
     ORIGINAL OBJECTIVE,

-------
CHLORINATJON OF AQUATIC HUMIC SUBSTANCES

   START/ COMPL DATE t     07/76 •  07/79  i  FUNDING  I  EST.  -  FY    77
    TASK/EPA CODE iCbia -7173   /  R80
-------
804431
      The  Santa  Clara  Valley Water District is constructing a facility for
 advanced  waste  treatment  and injection of two million gallons per day of
 municipal wastewater  into an aquifer in the Palo Alto Bayfront area to
 serve as  a barrier  against seawater intrusion into the groundwater.   As
 a long-term goal, this  facility will be used for research to determine
 the  feasibility of  such a system for reclaiming water for potable uses.

      The  major  objectives of the research are as follows:

 1.    To determine the effects the injected wastewater will have on the
      chemical,  physical,  and biological quality of the basin and injected
      waters.

 2.    To determine the effect injected wastewater will have on the hydro-
      logic and  mineralogic characteristics of the aquifer.

 3.    To seek  the optimum  quality for injected water which will result
      in a high-quality  basin water and minimum damage to  the hydrologic
      characteristics  of the aquifer.

 4.    To develop generalized mathematical models for describing the
      movement of water, the changes in hydrologic characteristics, and
      resulting  changes  in water quality from wastewater injection in
      order to make  the  results  of most value for application in other  similar

-------
     OF TRACE ORGANICS FROM MATER USING ACTIVATED  CARBON  AND
     C ADSORBENTS
START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76 •
 TASK/EPA CODE IC61«A-7159   /
  77
FY76
                                                           / S
                                                          / S
                                                                       15000
                                                                     1130001
PROJECT OFFICER
INVESTIGATORS |
          I
0
C
M
J
V
MILEl
06/76
11/76
03/77
Oa/78
AMER,
AMER,
AMER,
AMER,
                                                     WATER
                                                     WATER
                                                     WATER
                                                     WATER
WORKS
WQRKS
WORKS
WORKS
                                                                 RES.
                                                                 RES.
                                                                 RES,
                                                           ASSN. RES,
                                                                 ASSN.
                                                 BENCH TESTS
                                                 VESSELS
                             06/78 I FUNDING I E8T, • FY
                             R80««33-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR
                     LOVE
                    OULMAN
                    TARAS
                    OCONNER
                    SNOEYINK
          -INITIATE PROJECT
          -SELECT ADSORPTION MEDIA ON BASIS OF
          -BEGIN OPERATION OF PILOT ADSORPTION
          -COMPLETE LABORATORY WORK
          -FINAL REPORT
ON THE BASIS OF BENCH SCALE STUDIES AND OTHER AVAILABLE PERFORMANCE DATA,
POLYMERIC ADSORBENTS WIU BE SELECTED FOR USE IN PILOT SCALE POST F
ILTRATION ADSORBERS TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SYNTHETIC RE8JNS TOl
REMOVE TASTE AND ODOR COMPOUNDS! REMOVE TRIHALQMETHANESI PERFORM THOROUGH
 MULTIPLE INPLACE REGENERATION CYCLES, THE ADSORPTION MEDIUM HAS BEEN
SELECTED AND THE PILOT COLUMNS ARE OPERATIONAL AT THE KANSAS CITY, MO."
WATER TREATMENT PLANT UNDER THE DIRECTION OF DR. O'CONNER, STEAM IS BEING
USED TO REGENERATE THE POLYMERIC RESINS IN-PLACE§ AN ECONOMIC EVALUATION
WILL BE *ADE ON THE USE OF RESINS AS A UNIT TREATMENT PROCESS BASED ON
THE PILOT SCALE PERFORMANCE,

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS FOR THE STABILIZATION OF PYROLYTIC OILS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76 -
    TASK/EpA CODE IC618A-7035   /
   PROJECT OFFICER I C  P  ROGERS
   INVESTIGATORS I   T  W COLE
                     M  8 POLK

   MILEl  06/77 "GRANT AWARDED
                •INTERIM REPORT ON
                         06/78 t
                         R604440
 FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  f
•02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $
                                                                     35000
                                                                    630001
                                         ATLANTA
                                         ATLANTA
06/77
12/77
09/76
06/78
09/78
                 UNIVERSITY
                 UNIVERSITY
                        OILS
     OUR
     THE
                             THE STABILIZATION OF PYRQLYTIC
          -COMPLETE BASIC STUDIES ON CHEMICAL EXCHANGES
          -PROJECT COMPLETED
          -FINAL REPORT
    OBJECTIVES ARE TO OBSERVE ANY CHANGES IN THE CHEMICAL
    PYROLYTIC OILS AS A FUNCTION OF INCREASING VISCOSITY,
HANISM OF THE INCREASE IN VISCOSITY OF THE PYROLYTIC OILS
TED, ATTEMPTS *ILL BE MADE TO STABILIZE THE PYROLYTIC OIL
 CHANGES IT UNDERGOES, WE HAVE DEVLOPED, JOINTLY* A COMBINED GAS CHR
OMATOGRAPHIC-MASS SPECTP-QMETRIC AND LIQUID CHRQMATQGRAPHIC ANALYSIS SCHEME
FOR THE PYRQLYTIC OILS. WE HAVE IDENTIFIED ETHANQLr ACETIC ACID,
ACETONE, ACETALDEHYDE, ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL, O.CRESOL, M«CRESOL» FURFURAL.
 M»DIMETHOXYBEMZENE, M-METHOXYPHENOL* AND VERATROLE IN THE OILS
DBTAINFD BY VACUUM DISTILLATION AND COLUMN CHRQMATOGRAPHY OF THE PYROLYTIC
                                                      COMPOSITION OF
                                                      AFTER THE MEC
                                                      HAS BEEN ELUCIDA
                                                      AGAINST WHATEVER

-------
SURVEY OF NUTRIENTS AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES  IN  SAGINAW  BAY,  MICHIGAN

   START/ CQMPL DATE I     04/76 - 03/79 I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY   77   /  $   16B255
    TASK/EPA  CODE IN606A-029    / R80«a«2-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $  11765
-------
804443

Semi-empirical characteristic time correlations for pollutant
emissions developed for simplified aircraft gas turbine combustors
will be compared with exhaust emissions data for existing aircraft
engines to test their applicability for the latter.  The previous
work indicates that an optimum geometry for minimum emissions can
be defined for given combustor operating conditions and that the
optimum simplified turbine combustor cannot meet 1979 Class T2
EPA emissions standards.  If the correlations can be extended to
more representative aircraft combustors, then it should prove
possible to determine if the optimum combustor can satisfy the
appropriate EPA aircraft standards; the work should thus prove
helpful in exploring the stringency of the standards.

-------
BIOLOGICALLY MEDIATED CORROSION AND DETERIORATION  OF  WATER  QUALITY  IN
WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
                                  03/78 I  FUNDING  I  EST,
                                  R804444.02   (5RANT)   PRIOR
   FY
     77
   FY76
 / $
/ $
 61140
678261
                                                  UNIV.
                                                  UN1V,
OF
OF
MISSOURI
MISSOURI
START/ CQMPL DATE I    04/76 •
 TASK/EPA CODE IC614A-7200   /
PROJECT OFFICER I R    TAYLOR
INVESTIGATORS |   j T OCONNOR
                  S K 9ANERJI
MILEl 04/76 -PROJECT START
      00/77 -CONTINUATION FUNDING PROCESSED (02 YEAR)
      01/77 -PIPE LOOP STUDIES BEGIN
      01/76 -CONTINUATION FUNDING PROCESSED (03 YEAR)
      04/78 -QUESTIONNAIRE COMPLETION AND DATA COMPILATION
      07/76 -INTERIM REPORT PUBLISHED
      04/79 -COMPLETE SEDIMENT AND WATER ANALYSES
      04/79 -CONTINUATION FUNDING PROCESSED (04 YEAR)
      04/flJ  -COMPLETE GUIDELINES DOCUMENT
      07/ei  -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
  THE OBJECTIVES  OF  THE RESEARCH PROJECT ARE TOI  i,  DETERMINE THE EXTENT AND
   NATURE OF WATER QUALITY PROBLEMS ORIGINATING IN WATER DISTRIBUTION
  SYSTEMS IN THE  u,s. 2.  CONDUCT LABORATORY STUDIES  TO ASSESS THE POTENTIAL
  FOR A  TREATED WATER TO  PROMOTE SEDIMENT DEPOSITION AND MICROBIAL GROWTH IN
   DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS,  3, DETERMINE THE ROLE OF MICROORGANISMS IN
  MEDIATING  CHEMICAL CHANGES OBSERVED IN DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEMS,  a,
  DETERMINE  REMEDIAL MEASURES FOR CONTROLLING  SEDIMENT DEPOSITION, ORGAN
  ISM GROWTH AND  QUALITY  DETERIORATION,  5.  PREPARE A GUIDELINES DOCUMENT FOR
   USE BY WATER  UTILITIES FOR ASSESSING  AND CONTROLLING WATER QUALITY
  PROBLEMS  IN  DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS,  A NATION-WIDE MAIL SURVEY,  FOLLOWED  BY
  SELECTED  SITE  VISITS,  WILL BE  MADE TO  DETERMINE THE  EXTENT  AND NATURE  OF
  WATER  QUALITY  PROBLEMS  IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, LABORATORY  STUDIES  WILL BE
  CONDUCTED  USING  PIPE  LOOPS TO  DETERMINE THE  WATER  QUALITY CHANGES UNDER
   VARIED CONDITIONS OF  INPUT WATER  QUALITY, ALTERNATE METHODS  TO CON
  TROL THE  WATER  QUALITY  DETERIORATION IN LABORATORY PIPE  LOOPS WILL  ALSO B£
  TESTED,

-------
MODELING FOR 208 AREA-WIDE WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANNING IN NON-DESIGNATED
AREAS
   START/ COMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE IK609A
05/78 I
R604UISO
FUNDING I  EST, • FY
    (GRANT*   PRIOR
  77
FY76
 / S
/ S
  35000
KI56001
   PROJECT OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS I
                           INCORPORATED
                           INCORPORATED
                           INCORPORATED
                           INCORPORATED
                           INCORPORATED
                       05/76
                      «07
                I  J W  FALCQ
                  C W CHEN                     TETRA TECH
                  S   ZISQN                    TETRA TECH
                  M   LDRENZEN                 TETRA T£CH
                  p   JOHANSON                 TETRA TECH
                  D   SMITH                    TETRA TECH
MILE! OS/76 "START PROJECT
      11/76 -INTERIM MODEL REPORT
      OJ/77 "INTERIM PARAMETER ESTIMATION REPORT
      10/77 -FINAL REPORT - BASIN-WIDE ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY
      12/77 -FINAL REPORT . COEFFICIENT ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES
      12/77 "FINAL REPORT • COMPUTERIZED METHODOLOGY
  THE RESEARCH WILL DEVELOP A PLANNING TOOL FOR WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS IN
  NON-DESIGNATED 208 PLANNING REGIONS. THE TOOL WILL INCLUDE A MQQEL FOR PRE
  LIMINARY SCREENING TO ISOLATE PROBLEMS AREAS OF POINT AND NON.POINT WASTES
  AND EVALUATE INFORMATION FOR FOLLOW-UP DETAILED MODELING TO ASSESS THE
  IMPACT OF WASTE  MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES. THE PLANNING MODEL WILL FUNCTION
  WITH A LIMITED DATA BASE, AND WILL PROVIDE HIGH AND LOW ESTIMATES FOR SIM
  ULATION RESULTS. THE OUTPUT WILL BE DESIGNED FOR EASE OF INTERPRETATION BY
   THE PLANNER, THE NON-POINT SOURCE DATA BASE AND THE LOADING FUNCTIONS
  DEVELOPED BY MIDWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE CR8Q«743"OJ) WILL BE USED TO ES
  TIMATE POLLUTANT FLUX FROM WATERSHEDS. RIVERS, ESTUARIES, AND IMPOUNDMENTS
  WILL BE ACCOMMODATED AS WELL AS STORM WATER RUNOFF, SEVERAL APPROACHES TO
   WATER QUALITY MODELING AND ANALYSIS ARE INCLUDED TO OFFSET THE POTENTIAL
  BIAS OF ANY SINGLE METHOD, THE PROJECT WILL BE USEFUL TO PROVIDE PRESCRE
  FNING FOR A LARGE AREA AND TO FOCUS ON REGIONS NOT CONFORMING TO THE GOALS
   OF PUBLIC LAW 02-500, ESPECIALLY BECAUSE IT WILL BE EASILY APPLIED
  WITH A LIMITED DATA BASE, SUBSTANTIAL SAVING IN PLANNING COST IS EXPECTED
  WITHOUT SACRIFICING ACCURACY IN ISOLATING PROBLEM AREAS.

-------
ORIGIN, VIRULENCE, GROWTH,  AND CONTROL OF COLIFORMS  IN  DRINKING  WATER
EMANATING FROM WOODEN TANKS
                                  07/78 1 FUNDING  »  gST,  •  FY    77   /  $
                                  R804456-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $
START/ COMPL DATE i    07/77 -
 TASK/EPA CODE iC6iaA.7i92   /
PROJECT OFFICER I H D  NASH
INVESTIGATORS |   R J SEIDLER
MILE! 05/76
      06/76
      05/77
                                                                     26036
                                                                            SYS
         05/78
         Ofl/78
                                             OREGON STATE HIGHER EDUC.
          •PACKAGE PROCESSED
          •PROJECT START
          -CONTINUATION PKG PROCESSED
          •INTERIM REPORT
          •PROJECT COMPLETED
          •FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
THE OBJECTIVES ARE TO FORMULATE SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE S
IGNiriCANCE AND CONTROL OF KLE3SIELLA PNEUMQNIAE AND OTHER COLIFORMS WHICH
 ARE PRESENT IN DRINKING WATER EMANATING FROM REDWOOD TANKS. THE P
RIMARY OBJECTIVES WILL BE ACHIEVED BY THE FOLLOWING APPRQACHESi i;
NING THE VIRULENCE AND ANTIBIOTIC REsSlSTANCE OF COLIFORMS PRESENT IN
 DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS. 2, STUDIES ON AN EXPERIMENTAL 1,000 GALLON
TANK TO DETERMINE THE NECESSARY ENGINEERING* PLUMBING. AND CHLORINATION
REQUIREMENTS TQ KEEP REDWOOD TANKS FREE OF COLIFQRMS AND OTHER UNDESIRABLE
MICROBES, 3, DETERMINING THE NUTRITIONAL BASES FOR THE GROWTH ANJD SURVIVAL
OF COLIFORMS IN REDWOOD TANKS.
                                                                          THESE

-------
PRESSURE FILTRATION-PYROUYSIS OF SEWAGE SLUDGE IN MULTIPLE HEARTH
FURNACE
   START/ COMPL PATE »     06/76
    TASK/EPA CODE iCfetiB-7076
  77
FY78
   PROJECT OFFICER I
   INVESTIGATORS j
                                           / $
                                          / $
0
I
R
 WALL
MYTELKA
GLENN
"I3NTEK
VONJDREUSCHE
 WORKABLE DESIGN
                                                   79000
                                                 1687251
     INTERSTATE
     INTERSTATE
     INTERSTATE
     INTERSTATE
CONVERT MULTIPLE
          COMM.
          COMM,
SANITATION
SANITATION
SANITATION
SANITATION
 HEARTH FURNACE FR
                             OS/78  I FUNDING  I EST, - FY
                             RB04463-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR
                H
                A
                T
                K
                C
    is/77 -REPORT ON WORKABLE DESIGN TO
    09/76 -REPORT ON MATERIAL BALANCE AROUND  INCINERATION AND PYROLYSIS UN
THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS  TO DEVELOP A WORKABLE DESIGN FOR
CONVERSION OF A PLANT SCALE MULTIPLE HEARTH SLUDGE INCINERATION SYSTE
M TO PYROLYTIC OR LIMITED AIR MODE OF OPERATION. THE SLUDGE WILL BE DEWATE
RED O1^ A FILTER PRESS AND PYRQLYZED IN A  PILOT PLANT 36 INCH 1,0, MULTIPLE
 HEARTH UNIT, FUEL EFFICIENCY, EMISSIONS  POTENTIAL AND COST WILL BE
EVALUATED. THE PROJECT HAS BEEN EXTENDED  TO INCLUDE AN OBJECTIVE OF MAKING
A MATERIAL BALANCE FOR INCINERATION OF SLUDGE IN THE MULTIPLE HF.ARTH
FURNACE WHEN IT INCINERATES SLUDGE BY THE STANDARD OPERATION AND BY THE
PYROLYTIC SYSTEM OR STARVED AIR MODE OF OPERATION, SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL
BE GIVEN TO THE PARTICULATE EMISSIONS TO  THE  ATMOSPHERE WHICH CAN
AFFECT THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM FOR BOTH METHODS OF OPERATION, PARTICIPATES
OF THE SIZE RANGE 0*1 t 1-3 AND 3-5 AND GREATER THAN 5 MICRONS WILL BE
DETERMINED,

-------
AEROSOL MODELING
   START/ COHPL  DATE I     10/76  •  10/81  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /$    16535
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IG603A.AH.06   /  R804470-Q1   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER | w  E   WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS j   G  R  BROWN                     CLARK COLLEGE
   MILCI  06/78 -REPORT  ON GAS  AEROSOL  REACTIVE  RATES
     OBJECTIVESI COORDINATE  PROGRAMS  TO  DEVELOP SUB-MODELS  FOR CHEMICAL  AND
     PHYSICAL PROCESSES OF AEROSOLS  IN THE ATMOSPHERE*  APPROACH!  COMBINE
     NUMERICAL SUB-MODELS FOR  PROCESSES  INCLUDING  NUCLEATION,  CON
     DENSATION,  GAS-AEROSOL  CHEMICAL  REACTIONS* COAGULATION,  DRY  DEPOSITION  AND
      DISPERSION,  CURRENT PLANS/PROGRESSI  EXTRAMURAL WORK HAS  PRODUCED  A
     MODEL THAT  INCORPORATES THESE PROCESSES.  CALCULATIONS  HAVE  BEEN PERFORMED
      FOR THE TRANSPORT OF SULFURIC  ACID GENERATED BY  CATALYST-EQUIPPED
      AUTOMOBILES  AND THE TRANSPORT  OP DUST  IN  A SOUTHWESTERN  CITY,  REF
      TO  THE  MODEL ARE  TO BE MADE  AS  CHEMICAL  RATE DATA FOR GAS-AEROSOL
     REACTIONS BECOME AVAILABLE,

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF FIELD VIRUS CONCENTRATION TECHNOLOGY

   START/ COMPL DATE I     U/76 - 0«/79 | FUNDING I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  S    U3000
    TASK/EPA CODE IA713C-31      / R8oaa7«.oi   CGRANTJ   PRIOR   FY    /           i
   PROJECT OFFICER I G     BERG
   INVESTIGATORS |   C  A SOMBER                   UNIV, OF  TEXAS
                     B  P 3AGIK                    UNIV, OF  TEXAS
                     B  E MOORE                    UNIV, OF  TEXAS
   MILEl oa/78 -INTERIM REPORT
         oa/79 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVESI THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY IS TO  OPTIMIZE A  FLOW
     •THROUGH, CLAY-FILTER MEDIA SYSTEM FOR RECOVERING SMALL  NUMBERS Qw  VIRUSES
     FROM LARGE VOLUMES OF WATER, A HIGH RATE SYSTEM,  CAPABLE  OF  CONCENTRA
     TING AND RECOVERY  OF PARTICULATE-ASSOCIATED AS  WELL A3 "FREE"  VIRUSES FROM
     AT LEAST 100 GALLON VOLUMES OF A VARIETY OF WATERS,  IS SOUGHT, APPROACH!
      CURRENT EFFORTS WILL CONCENTRATE ON THREE ASPECTS OF  THE STUDYi
     A. CONTINUED EVALUATION OF CANDIDATE FILTER SYSTEMS CAPABLE  OP PR
     OVIDING A SUSTAINED HIGH FLOW RATE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE USE OF THE BENT
     QNITE VIRUS CONCENTRATION PROCEDURE, B.  EACH CANDIDATE FILTER  MfOiA SYSTEM
     WILL BE EVALUATED  IN TERMS OF THE OPTIMAL VIRUS ELUTION  SYSTEM REQUIRED,
     FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED ARE SYSTEM HYDRAULICS, SYSTEM MATERIALS  (
     COMPOSITION AND AMOUNT) AND VOLUME AND TYPE OF  ELUANT, C, SUCCESSFUL BENCH
     SCALE FILTER.ELUTION SYSTEMS WILL BE UPGRADED IN  PROTOTYPE SO  THAT
     MINIMUM TEST VOLUMES OF too GALLONS CAN  BE PROCESSED,  FIELD TESTING IN
     A VARIETY OF WATERS WILL BE INITIATED, THE COMPARATIVE EVAL
     UATIDN OF THE DEVELOPED METHODOLOGY WITH CQMMERICAL FLOW.THROUGH  VIRUS CON
     CENTRATION SYSTEMS WHICH CAN HANDLE COMPARABLE  VOLUMES OF DIFFERENT WATERS
     WILL BE CONDUCTED, PROGRESS! THE USE OF  THE BENTONITE  CONCENTRATION
     PROCEDURE CONTINUES TO BE THE PROCEDURE  OF CHOICE FOR  CONCENTRATING
     PARTICULATE-ASSOCIATED AS WELL AS «FREE« VIRUSES  FROM  NATURAL  WATERS, A
     FLOW.THROUGH PROCEDURE USING DIATQMACEQUS EARTH AS A FILTER  AID HAS BEEN
     SHOWN TO BE EFFECTIVE,  HOWEVER, HARDWARE LIMITATIONS HAVE RESULTED
     IN LIMITED SUCCESS IN DEALING WITH LARGE VQLUMESi MODIFICATIONS TO  THE
     FILTRATION SYSTEM  IS PLANNED ALONG WITH  THE EVALUATION OF ALTERNATE
     PROCESSES,'

-------
EFFECTS or POLLUTANTS ON MICROSIAL  ACTIVITIES  IN  ESTUARINE SURFACE FILMS

   START/ COMPL  DATE I     05/76  •  05/7Q  I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY    77   X  S
    TASK/EPA  CODE IQ714A-1-1     /  R80«a77«02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7& / S    500001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I A  W  BOUROUIN
   INVESTIGATORS  |    D  G AHEARN                    GEORGIA STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     W  L COOK                      GEORGIA STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     A    ABDEIAU                   GEORGIA STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     S  A C"OW                      GEORGIA STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  05/79 -FINAL REPORT
     STUDIfS  OF THE  RATES  OF BIOACCUMULATION AND/OR  DEGRADATION  OF SELECT HY
     OROCAR80N3,  PESTICIDES AND  CHLORINATED ARQMATJCS  BY  REPRESENTATIVE  SURFACE
      SLIC* MICROORGANISMS ARE IN  PROGRESS, MINIMAL  MUTAGENIC  AND  INH
     IBITORY  CONCENTRATIONS OF THESE  COMPOUNDS  ARE BEING  DETERMINED  FOR  VARIOUS
      PHYSIOLOGICAL  GROUPS. ATTEMPTS  ARE  UNDERWAY TO DEVELOP  ASSAY OR
     GANISMS  FOR  THE BIOOETECTION  OF  POTENTIALLY  HARMFUL  CHEMICALS IN  ESTUARINE

-------
POTENTIAL BENEFICIAL USE OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE HEAT FOR
PRODUCTION OF BEDDING PLANTS,  CUT FLOWERS AND FOLIAGE
   START/ COMPL DATE I     08/77 * 08/78 I
    TASK/EPA CODE IF624A.039    / R604499
GREENHOUSE
PLANTS
   PROJECT OFFICER I  T G  B»NA
   INVESTIGATORS I   I J CRUMBLY
                     0 W ROBINSON
                     B   ADAMS
                     J   KENNE8REW
   MJLEl  08/77 -LABORATORY STUDIES COMPLETED
         09/77 "GREENHOUSES CONSTRUCTED
         06/77 "FINAL REPORT COMPLETED
     OBJECTIVES! THE  FEASIBILITY OF USING INDUSTRIAL WASTE
     ENVIRONMENT OF GREENHOUSES WILL BE EVALUATED RELATIVE
FUNDING 1 EST, « FY
(GRANT) PRIOR
FORT
FORT
FORT
PORT
VALLEY
VALLEY
VALLEY
VALLFY
77 / $ b
FY76 / $ <40
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
COLLEGE
COLLFGE
COLLEGE
CDLLFGE
                    60000
     HEAT TO CONTROL THE
     TO THREE MAJOR 0V
     ERALL OBJECTIVES! A. TESTING THE CAPABILITIES OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
      SYSTEM!  B, DETERMINING THE EFFECTS OF THE GREENHOUSE ENVIRONMENTS ON THE
      PRODUCTION OF ORNAMENTAL AND VEGETABLE BEDDING PLANTS,  CUT-FLOWERS,
     AND FOLIAGE PLANTS,  AND C,  EVALUATING THE OVERALL ECONOMICS OF THE
     SYSTEM,  APPROACHI TWO PLASTIC GREENHOUSES, 27'  X 72' QUONSET-TYPE, W
     ILL BE USEDf ONE WILL SERVE AS THg CONTROL AND  THE OTHER AS THE WASTE HEAT
     RESEARCH  GREENHOUSE, CONVENTIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL  WILL BE USED  IN
     THE CONTROL GREENHOUSE WHILE BOTH HEATING AND COOLING OF THE RESEARCH GRE
     ENHOUSE  WILL EMPLOY  AIR DRAWN THROUGH A CEL*DEK PAD, HEATING WILL BE  EFFEC
     TEO BY PASSING AIR THROUGH  THE CEL-DEK PAD CONTAINING COOLING WATER HEATED
      BY A BOILER PRIOR TO DISTRIBUTING THE AIR IN THE RESEARCH GREENHOUSE. CO
     OLING WILL BE EFFECTED BY REVERSING THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION, ORNAMENTAL AND
     CUT.FLOWER, FOLIAGE  PLANT,  AND VEGETABLE SPECIES* WHICH  WERE SELECTED
     IN EARLIER STUDIES WILL BE  GROWN IN THE YEAR-LONG GREENHOUSE PRODUCTION
     PHASE OF  THE STUDY,  ECONOMIC STUDIES WILL BE MADE FOR EACH CROP TO
     ASSESS CUSTOMER ACCEPTANCE  AND PRODUCTION COSTS. OUTPUTS* THE FINAL
     REPORT FOR THE PROJECT WILL PROVIDE DATA, METHODS, AND RESULTS RELATIVE TO
     THE HORTICULTURAL, ENGINEERING AND ECONOMIC OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY.'

-------
NUTRIENT AND PLANKTON RELATIONSHIPS  IN  NORTHERN  LAKE MICHIGAN
   START/ COMPL DATE I     04/76  -
    TASK/ERA  CODE  IN608A-017     /
                               04/78 |  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY    77   /  S   153000
                               RB04503-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   PY76  / $  a3552ll
PROJECT OFFICER
INVESTIGATORS i
                   I
M
c
E
J
R
M
 MULUIN
SCHELSKE
STQF.RMER
GANNON
MOLL
SIMMONS
                                                  UNIV.  OF  MICHIGAN
                                                  UNIV,  OF  MICHIGAN
                                                  UNIV,  OF  MICHIGAN
                                                  UNIV,  OF  MICHIGAN
                                                  UNIV.  OF  MICHIGAN
   MILEI  07/78  -FINAL  REPORT  DUE
     THE  PURPOSE  OF  THIS  INVESTIGATION  IS  THE  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  NORTHERN  L*KE
      MICHIGAN  IN TERMS OF  PHYSICAL,  CHEMICAL  AND  BIOLOGICAL  ENVIRONMENTS
     AND  TO  PROVIDE  DATA  FOR  COMPARISON  WITH FUTURE  STUDIES OF  THE DEGREE
      AND  RATE  OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE.  SOME OF  THE  OBJECTIVES  AREl  1,  TO
     DETERMINE  THE VERTICAL,  HORIZONTAL  AND SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN SELECTED
     NUTRIENTS  AND OTHER  CHEMICAL  AND PHYSICAL PARAMETERS,  2, TO DETERMINE  THE
     EFFECTS  OF  ISLANDS AND THEIR  ASSOCIATED MQRPHOMETRY  ON ENVIRO-CONDITIONS
      AND  TO  CONTRAST  ENVIRONMENTAL  CONDITIONS NEAR  ISLANDS WITH NEARSHQRE  AR£
     AS OF THE  MAINLAND,  3. TO ANALYZE  PHYTQPLANKTON,  ROTIFER,  AND CRUSTACEAN  Z
     OOPLANKTON  SPECIES COMPOSITION  AND  ABUNDANCE  IN NORTHERN LAKE MICHIGAN,  a.
      TO  UTILIZE  DATA  ON  PHYTOPLANKTON  AND ZOOPLANKTQN COMMUNITY STRUCTURE  AS
     AN INDICATOR OF THE  TROPHIC STATUS  OF WATERS  IN NORTHERN LAKE MICHIGAN,  5.
      TO  PROVIDE  PHYTQPLANKTON AND  ZOQPLANKTQN D*TA  THAT  WILL BE USEFUL IN  C
     ONJUNCTIQN  WITH OTHER  PARTS OF  THE  STUDY  TO ASSESS  BIOLOGICAL RESPONSES  TO
     NUTRIENT CONDITIONS  IN NORTHERN  LAKE  MICHIGAN WATERS,

-------
804505
(1)  The objectives of this project are to demonstrate a new protein
precipitation and by-product recovery process which will establish the
feasibility of the meat industry meeting the ammonia limits in National
effluent guidelines and to demonstrate the advantages of the process
prior to discharging to a municipal treatment system.

(2)  The approach is to operate and closely monitor a full-scale treat-
ment plant which will be constructed and owned by Sterling Colorado Beef
Company.  The operation is to optimize removal of nitrogen and other
pollutants and document their use and marketability in by-products.

(3)  The Company has selected and ordered several major pieces of equip-
ment made in Europe.  Minor pieces of equipment and the solid handling
equipment remain to be selected.  Installation of the equipment and
shakedown operations are to be completed prior to beginning the monitoring.

-------
PROBABILITY BASED MATCHING (PBM)  AND SELF  TRAINING  INTERPRETIVE  AND
RETRIEVAL SYSTEM (STIRS)
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/76 • 01/79  |  FUNDING  I  £8T,  -  FY    77   /  S    59112
    TASK/EPA CODE IK61«D-1?5     / R«0«50«      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76 / $    5*0001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I W  M   SHACKELFORD
   INVESTIGATORS I    F  W  MCLAFFgRTY                CORNELL UNIVERSITY
                     R    VENKATARAGHAV             CORNELL UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  07/76  -AWARD GRANT
         12/77  -ANNUAL  REPORT
         01/79  -FINAL REPORT
     THE  PBM  SYSTEM  FOR MASS SPECTRAL IDENTIFICATION  WAS  DEVELOPED AT  CORNELL
     UNIVERSITY,  AN  IMPROVED VERSION OP  THE  PROGRAM  WAS DEVELOPED AT CORNELL
      UNDER  AN  EPA RESEARCH GRANT, THE PRESENT  TASK  WILL  INVOLVE DEVELOPING
     MINI-COMPUTER PROGRAMS THAT  WILL PERMIT  EPA MASS  SPECTROMETRY LABORATORIES
     TO UTILIZE  PBM  ON  THEIR OWN  DATA SYSTEMS,  THE  PROGRAMS DEVELOPED  WILL BE
      EVALUATED  FOR  THEIR  ABILITY TO IDENTIFY  IMPURE  ORGANIC MATERIALS  FOUND
     AS WATER POLLUTANTS.  A MAJOR LIMITATION  OF THE  STIRS IN POLLUTANT  IDENTI
     FICATION is  THE NECESSITY  OF THE USERS  KNOWING  THE MOLECULAR WEIGHT  OF THE
     UNKNOWN, STIRS  WILL  BE MODIFIED TO  CORRECT THIS  REQUIREMENT,

-------
DEMONSTRATE & EVALUATE RECLAMATION,  STABILIZATION &  EROSION  CONTROL  OF
STRIP MINED LAND FOR AGRICULTURAL USE USING MUNICIPAL  SEWAGE
   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/76 • 11/79 I  FUNDING I  ESTi  •  FY    77   /  $   100000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG611B-704.0   / S804511-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $   1Q00001
   PROJECT OFFICER I G K  DQTSON
   INVESTIGATORS |   W   SOPPER                   STATE DEPT.  OF ENVt*  RESOURCES
                     w   SOPPER                   PENN, STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     W C 3UCCIARELLI              STATE DIV,, OF SOLID  WASTE  *GT
                     J P SNYDER                   STATE DIV, OF SOLID  WASTF  MQT
                     L T KARDQS                   PENN, STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  07/76 -PROJECT START
         11/79 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
     OBJECTIVES! 1)  TO DETERMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF  USING MUNICIPAL  SEWAGE
     SLUDGE TO RECLAIM AND VEGETATE  LAND DISTURBED BY  MINING ACTIVITIES? 25  TD
     EVALUATE METHODS FOR THE PROCESSING,  TRANSPORTATION, SPREADING  AND  INCO
     RPORATJON QF THE SLUDGE INTO THE LAND? 3)  TO DEMONSTRATE  APPLICATION RATES
     THAT WILL MAXIMIZE BENEFITS TO  SOILS,  IMPROVE WATER  QUALITY,  AND  MAKE L
     ANDS AGRICULTURALLY PRODUCTIVE! 4} TO  EVALUATE  THE EFFECT OF  VARIED SLUDGE
     APPLICATIONS ON VEGETATION ESTABLISHMENT AND GROWTH  (GRASS, LEGUMF
     AND  TREE SPECIES)* INCLUDING FOLIAR ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE NUTRIENT  UPTAKE
     AND  POTENTIAL HEAVY METAL TQXICITV, 5) To  EVALUATE THE EFFECT  OF  THE
     SLUDGE APPLICATIONS ON THE CHEMICAL QUALITY OF  PERCOLATING
     RECHARGE WAT£R» 6) TO DETERMINE THE DEGREE OF SITE AMELIORATION RESULTING
     FRQM THE SLUDGE APPLICATION BY  MONITORING  PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES OF
     THE  SURFACE SPOIL OR REFUUE MATERIAL!  7) TO EVALUATE THE  EFFECT OF  THE
     SLUDGE APPLICATION ON THE QUALITY OF  THE GROUNDWATER AND/OR THE QUALITY OF
     THF  NEAREST RECEIVING STREAM AND/OR SURFACE WATER RUNOFF  BY A  MQ
     NITORING PROGRAM, PROJECT DESCRIPTION! THE PROPOSED  PROJECT CONTAINS THREE
     PHASES, PHASE I IS CONCERNED WITH THE  PROCESSING  OF  SEWAGE SLUDGE AT THE
     SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT AND ITS  TRANSPORT TO AND DELIVERY  AT THE STRIP MINE
     SITES, PHASE II CONCERNS THE APPLICATION OF THE SLUDGE TO THE  LAND  AND
     THE  RIVEGETATIQN MEASURES NECESSARY TO RETURN THE LAND TO PRODUCTIVE USE,
     PHASE HI 13 PROJECT EVALUATION,

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF CHRONOEPIDEMIOLOGIC
CAROIOPULMONARY CONDITIONS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76 •
    TASK/fPA  CODE IH601C-7280    /
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  J  MORTON
 METHODS WITH REFERENCE TO

06/79 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / S   53000
RSO«512      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S   600001
   INVESTIGATORS
   MILEI
      F   HALBERG
      A   REINBERG
      E   HALBERG
      L   TONG
      G   CORNELI3SEN
      J   LEE
-GRANT AWARDED
-PROGRESS REPORT AND GRANT
-PROGRESS REPORT AND GRANT
-FINAL REPORT
                                             UNIV,
                                                  UNIV,
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
                         MINNESOTA
                         MINNESOTA
                         MINNESOTA
                         MINNESOTA
                         MINNESOTA
                         MINNESOTA
                                          CONTINUATION
                                          CONTINUATION
                     APPLICATION
                                             UNIV,
                                             UNIV,
    06/76
    06/77
    06/78
    06/79
OBJECTIVES! EXISTING DATA FROM SELECTED STUDIES OF CARDIOPULMONARY CON
DITIONS <£•&., PANEL STUDIES OF AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS) WILL BE ANALYZED BY
METHODS ACKNOWLEDGING THE EXISTENCE OF BIOLOGICAL AS WELL AS ENVIRONMENTAL
 PERIODICITIES, RECOMMENDATIONS WILL BE DEVELOPED FOR THE DESIGN AND A
NALYSIS OF FUTURE EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES SO THAT PREDICTABLE BIOLOGIC VARIA
BILITY (RHYTHMS AND TRENDS) CAN BE SEPARATED FROM EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL
FACTORS. APPROACH AND PLANSI STATISTICAL METHODS (INCLUDING THE
LEAST-SQUARES FITTING 3F COSINE MODELS) WILL BE USED TO QUANTITATIVELY
DEFINE CHARACTERISTICS OF RESOLVABLE RHYTHMS, PREFERABLY CIRCADIAN, AB
OUT-WEEKLY CCIRCASEPTAN), CIRCANNUAL RHYTHMS AS WELL AS RHYTHMS WITH OTHER
PERIODS IN CIRCULATORY AND RESPIRATORY FUNCTION OF HEALTHY SUBJECTS LIVI
N6 IN RELATIVELY POLLUT ION-FREE ENVIRONMENTS, EXTENSIVE TIME SERIES (F,G,,
 MEASUREMENTS OF HEART RATE, BLOOD PRESSURE AND PEAK E
XPIRATORY FLOW 5 OR MORE TJMES DAILY FOR SEVERAL YEARS) ARE ALREADY AVAILA
BLE FOR THIS PURPOSE, MORBIDITY DATA (E.G., FROM APPROPRIATE PANEL STUDIES
SPONSORED BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY) Win, BE ANALYZED AGAINST
THIS BACKGROUND, USING RHYTHMQMETRIC AND OTHER STATISTICAL PROCEDURES
(E.G., CROSS SPECTRA). ANALYSIS), ON THE BASIS OF THIS EXPERIENCE, A FLOW
CHART WILL BE DEVELOPED INTEGRATING OLD AND NEW COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND PROV
IDING INDICATIONS F0
-------
AIR RESPONSE OF PLANTS TO AIR POLLUTANTS

   START/ COMPL DATE I    06/76 • 05/T8 I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /$    7fe«75
    TASK/EPA CODE IM602A-007    / R80«5i3-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $    900001
   PROJECT OFFICER I L C  RANIERE
   INVESTIGATORS |   L H WEIN8TEIN                BOYCE THOMPSON INST.  PLANT  RE
         os/78 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! (1) TO DETERMINE WHETHER  CONCURRENT EXPOSURE  TO MIXTURES OF
     HYDROGEN FLUORIDE AND OZONE OR HYDROGEN  FLUORIDE  AND NITROGEN  DIOXIDE PROD
     UCES INTERACTIVE EFFECTS (ANTAGONISM  OR  SYNfRGISM) ON  THE GROWTH*  YIELD  OR
     ACCUMULATION OF FLUORIDE BY VEGETATION?  (25  TO  PROVIDE QUANTITATIVE E
     STIMATE8 OF THE EFFECTS OF AMBIENT OXIDANTS  ON  THE GROWTH,  DEVELOPMENT AND
     YIELD OF ECONOMICALLY-IMPORTANT PLANTS*  (3)  TO  PROVIDE QUANTITATIVE ES
     TIMATES OF THE EFFECTS OF AMBIENT RAINFALL AND  SIMULATED  ACIDIC RAIN ON  TH
     E  GROWTH* DEVELOPMENT AND YIELD OF CROP  PLANTS, APPROACHES! FIELD  EXPOSURE
      CHAMBERS, GREENHOUSE'S AND CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT CHAMBERS
     SOCIALLY DESIGNED FOR THESE STUDIES  WILL BE  USED TO EXPOSE VEGETATION TO
     CONTROLLED CONCENTRATIONS OF POLLUTANTS.  DOSE-RESPQNSE RELATIONSHIPS
      WILL BE DETERMINED TO PROVIDE A BASIS FOR THE  DEVELOPMENT  OF  PREDICTIVE
     MODELS, PROGRESS! W£ HAVE FOUND THAT  (li  YIELDS OF BEANS  AND TOMATOES
      ARE REDUCED BY AMBIENT OXIDANTS OCCURRING IN VQNKERS, N£W  YORK* (|j
      SULFUR DIOXIDE MAY LOWER OR HAVE NO  EFFECT  ON  THE ACCUMULATION OF PL
     UQRIDE IN PLANTS EXPOSED SIMULTANEOUSLY  TO HYDROGEN FLUORIDE AND SULFUR  01
     OXIDE DEPENDING ON THE PLANT SPECIES  AND  POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS* AND C35
     REPEATED EXPOSURE TO SIMULATED ACIDIC RAIN CAUSES NECROTIC  LESIONS ON
     SUSCEPTIBLE HERBACEOUS PLANT SPECIES  WHEN PH  VALUES ARE  LESS THAN  3.'« AND
     ON NEPDLE8 OF EASTERN WHITE PINE TREES WHEN  PH  VALUES  ARE LESS THAN 2.°6.

-------
DETERMINATION AND PREDICTION OF CHEMICAL  FORMS  OF  TRACE  METALS
 SLUDGES AND SLUDGE-AMENDED SOILS
 IN SEWAGE
                                  08/79  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY
                                  RS04516-02   (SRANT)   PRIOR
  77
FY76
 / S
/ $
 84811
80511t
                                                           CALIFORNIA
                                                           CALIFORNIA

                                                           CALIFORNIA
START/ COMPL DATE I    08/76 -
 TASK/EPA CODE IC6UB-7070   /
PROJECT OFFICER I J A  RYAN
INVESTIGATORS f   L J LUND                     UNIV, OF
                  A L PAGE                     UNIV, OF
                  C   SP03ITO                  UNIV, OF
MILEI 0<»/76 -PROJECT START
      09/77 -INTERMEDIATE FUNDING
      09/78 -INTERMEDIATE FUNDING
      09/78 -INTERIM REPORT
      OS/79 -PROJECT COMPLETE
      11/79 -FINAL REPORT
  THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED RESEARCH IS TO DEFINE THE CHEMICAL EQUILIBRI
  A BETWEEN TRACE METAL8 AND THE SOLUBLE AND INSOLUBLE ORGANIC AND INORGANIC
   FRACTIONS OF SEWAGE SLUDGES AND SLUDGE-AMENDED SOILS, THE RESEARCH
  INVOLVES THE DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF TECHNIQUES TO DETERMINE THE CHEMICAL
  FORMS OF TRACE METALS IN SEWAGE SLUDGES AND SEWAGE SLUDGE-AMENDED SOILS*
  THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE TYPES OF METAL-LIGAND COMPLEXES PRESENT, AND THE
  DETERMINATION OF STABILITY CONSTANTS FOR THE INORGANIC AND ORGANIC
  COMPLEXES IDENTIFIED, CADMIUM, ZINC, NICKEL* COPPER AND LEAD ARE THE TRACE
  METALS THAT WILL BE STUDIED IN THIS RESEARCH,

-------
DENSITY DEPENDENT FACTORS AND THEIR  EFFECTS  ON  GROWTH  AND  SURVIVAL OF
SPOTTED SEATROUT AND LINED SOLE LARVAE  (ABBREV)
   START/ CQMPL DATE J     00/00 « 00/00 I  FUNDING  I  EST, • FY    77   /  $    18535
    TASK/EPA CODE 1P608C-03     / R80a519.0?  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76 / $    165051
   PROJECT OFFICER I A  D  BECK
   INVESTIGATORS I   E  D HOUDE                    UNIV. OF MIAMI
   MILFI  05/79 -FINAL REPORT  ENTITLED*  "DENSITY  DEPENDENT  FACTORS AND  THEIR  EFF
     LINED SOLES AND SPOTTED  SEATROUT  ARE  BEING  REARED IN  THE  LABORATORY  TO
     HELP DEVELOP TECHNIQUES  FOR STANDARDIZED  CULTURE  OF MARINE  FISH LARVAE,
     PRESENTLY SUPPORTED RESEARCH IS DESIGNED  TO INVESTIGATE EFFECTS OF FOOD
     CONCENTRATION;  STOCKING  DENSITY AND FOOD  TYPES  ON SURVIVAL  AND  GROWTH OF
     LARVAE,  OTHER FACTORS BEING INVESTIGATED  INCLUDE  FEEDING  RATES  AND GROWTH
     EFFICIENCIES IN RELATION TO SIZE OF LARVAE  AND  TYPE AND CONCENTRATIONS  OF
     FOOD.  FOODS THAT ARE BEING USED ARE WILD  PLANKTON (COPEPNAUPLH), T
     HE ROTIFER BRACHINOUS PLICATILIS*  AND BRINE SHRIMP ARTEMIA  SALINA NAUPLII.
      SEATROUT AND LINED SOLES CAN BE REARED FROM  EGG  TO JUVENILE ON
     EITHER WILD PLANKTON OR  ROTIFER.BRINE SHRIMP  DIETS, GROWTH
     DURING THE EARLY LARVAL  STAGES IS  BETTER ON THE WILD  PLANKTON THAN ON RO
     TIFERS BUT SURVIVAL is EQUALLY GOOD ON  BOTH FOODS. ADDITIONAL PROPOSED  STU
     DIPS  INCLUDE STUDIES OM  LARVAE BEHAVIOR IN  RELATION TO FOOD TYPES AND FOOD
      CONCENTRATIONS, ALSO, A  COMPARISON OF  REARED AND WILD LARVAE OF  BOTH
     SPFCIFS  WITH RESPECT TO  MORPHOMETRICS AND GROWTH  CHARACTERISTICS  WILL BE
     INITIATED DURING THE PROPOSED BUDGET PERIOD.  THE  GOAL OP  THE PROJECT  is TO
     PROVIDE  STANDARDIZED PROCEDURE THAT WILL INSURE PRODUCTION OF
     LARGE  NUMBERS OF MARINE  FISH LARVAE, WITH PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS
     SIMILAR  TO WILD  LARVAE,  THAT COULD BE USED  IN POLLUTION AND TOXICANT BIQA8

-------
START/ COMPL DATE 1 Ofe/76 -
TASK/EPA CODE IC614A.7150 /
PROJECT OFFICER 1 J OEMARCO
INVESTIGATORS 1 D F JACKSON
D F JACKSON
R A MORGAN
J F TOQL3
0 R BARKER
MILEl 09/77 -INTERIM REPORT
03/78 1
RB04521
REMOVING ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS FROM GROUND  WATER  TO  PREVENT  FORMATION OF
POTENTIAL CARCINOGENS IN DRINKING WATER
                                          FUNDING  I  CST,  •  FY    77   /  S   111096
                                         .01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $  ia755M

                                                  DADE  CO,  DEPT,  OF PUB.  HEALTH
                                                  STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA.  SYS.
                                                  DADE  CO,  DEPT,  OF PUB.  HEALTH
                                                  MIAMI DADE  WATER  & SEWER  AUTH
                                                  STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA,  SYS.
                            ?T
         12/77  -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVESI  TO  DEVISE  FEASIBLE  AND  ECONOMIC METHODOLOGY  FOR
     STING  ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS  FROM GROUND  WATER  AND/OR  PREVENT
      POTENTIAL  CARCINOGENS IN THE PUBLIC  WATER  SUPPLIES  IN DADE
     ORIDA.*  APPROACHI VARIOUS TYPES  OF ACTIVATED CARBONS  AS WELL
     LATED  RESINS WILL  BE EVALUATED  TO SEE WHICH OF  THESE is  THE
     AND  MOST ECONOMICAL  TO USE  IN REMOVING  ORGANIC  CONTAMINANTS
      WATER. CURRENT  PROGRESSl THE DRINKING  WATER  QUALITY LABORATORY,  SCHOO
     L OF TECHNOLOGY, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL  UNIVERSITY,  MIAMI,  FLORIDA HAS  BEEN
      USING  THE  TRACOR  322  GAS CHRQMATQGRAPH  TO  STUDY CHLOROFORM  CONTENT  IN
     WATERS  FROM  THE  PRESTON  WATER TREATMENT  PLANT  IN DADE  COUNTY,
     FLORIDA, THE RESULTS OF  THESE STUDIES ARE  IN  REPORT  NO,  i,  "VARIATIONS
     IN THE  CHLOROFORM  CONTENT OF WATERS FROM THE  JOHN  E, PRESTON WATER  T
     REATMENT PLANT,  HIALEAH, FLORIDA,"  REPORT  NO,  i  is FROM  THE  DRINKING WATER
     QUALITY LABORATORY AT  FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY,  MIAMI,
     FLORIDA,
REMOVING EXI
DEVELOPMENT OF
COUNTY, FL
AS MACRORETICU
MOST FFFICIENT
FROM DRINKING

-------
EFFECTS OF PETROLEUM COMPOUNDS ON ESTUARINE FISHES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76 • 10/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $    25000
    TASK/EPA CODE |3625F»1»01    / R80«527«01  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   856691
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  A  COUCH
   INVESTIGATORS I   B  J MARTIN                   IIN1V,  OF  SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI
                     M  D HOWSE                    UNIV,  OF  SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI
   MILEl  10/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO STUDY CHEMICALLY  INDUCED TUMORS IN
     TELEOST FISHES, BOTH MARINE AND FRESHWATER SPECIES  WILL  BE EXPOSED  TO LOW
     LEVELS OF A KNOWN  CARCINOGEN FOR 300  DAYS, FISH DEVELOPING TUMORS OR
     OTHER PATHOLOGIES  DURING  THIS PERIOD  WILL 8E SACRIFICED  AND TISSUE  FROM
     THE  LIVER, KIDNEY,  INTESTINE, AND GILLS WILL BE STUDIED  HISTOLOGICALLY,
     TISSUES FROM ALL THE FISH WITH NO GROSSLY APPARENT  PATHOLOGIES AT THE SAME
      TIME THE EXPERIMENT IS TERMINATED WILL BE STUDIED  IN  THE SAME MANNF.R
     IN ORDER TO DETECT  ANY NEOPLASIAS OR  PRENEQPLASTIC  CONDITIONS, IT IS EXPEC
     TED  THAT THIS RESEARCH WILH n PROVIDE EVIDENCE CONCERNING THE QUANTITIES
      OF  BENZOPYRENE NECESSARY TO INDUCE NEQPLASIAS, 2)  SUPPLY ADDITIONAL
      DATA CONCERNING TUMORS IN TELEOSTS,  3) ESTABLISH THE  FEASIBILITY 0
     F USING TELEOST FISH AS EARLY INDICATORS OF CARCINOGENIC  SUBSTANCES IN THE
      AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT,  AND 
-------
URINARY STONE DISEASE AND WATER HARDNESS

   START/ COMPL  DATE  I     12/76 -  11/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST ,  -  FY    77   /  $   U0632U
    TASK/EPA  CODE  |D61«B«071     /  R80«530«02   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY77  / $   tt9U9t31
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  D  G   GREATHDUSE
   INVESTIGATORS  |    B    FINLAYSON                 STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA,  SYS.
                     R  L  SCHAEFFER                 STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA,  3YS.
   MILEl  03/79 "PROJECT COMPLETED
     THIS  IS  A STUDY  TO DETERMINE  THE  RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN  THE  QUALITY OF  D
     RINKING  HATER  AND  UROLITHIASIS  (A MAJOR  NATIONAL  HEALTH PROBLEM). PREVIOUS
     STUDIES  SUGGEST  THERE  IS  A RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN THE  QUALITY  OF DRINKING
     WATER  AND UROLITHIA$IS| HOWEVER,  THE  VALIDITY OF  THE CONCLUSIONS  OF THESE
     STUDIES REMAINS UNCERTAIN BECAUSE OF  UNCERTAINTY  ABOUT THE  WATER
     ACTUALLY CONSUMED  BY  STONE FORMERS, IN THIS STUDY  WE INTEND  TO SAMPLE
     THE  HOUSE WATER  ACTUALLY  USED BY  PATIENT  AND  CONTROL SUBJECTS,  THE
     FIRST  PHASE OF THIS  STUDY  IS  NOW  BEING UNDERTAKEN, THIS INCLUDES  A  PILOT
     STUDY  INVOLVING  STONE  CASES AND CONTROLS  FROM THREE  HOSPITALS  IN
     CENTRAL  FLORIDA, INTERVIEWS ARE NOW BEING  CONDUCTED  USING  A  QUESTIONNAIRE
     AND  INTERVIEWER  PROTOCOL  DEVELOPED BY  THE  RESEARCH TEAM, PROGRESS IS
     BEING  MADE ON  SETTING  UP  CODING AND DATA  ANALYSIS  TECHNIQUES,

-------
DEWATERING PRINCIPLES AND EQUIPMENT  DESIGN  STUDIES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76 • 08/78 I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $    75000
    TASK/EPA CODE |F624A-oa7    / R804531      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $    75Q001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  W  JONES
   INVESTIGATORS i   A  R TARRER                   AUBURN  UNIVERSITY
         '            8  H SHAH                     AUBURN  UNIVERSITY
                     J  C WARMAN                   AUBURN  UNIVERSITY
   MILE!  08/78 -ISSUE FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! DEVELOP MORE ECONOMICALLY  FEASIBLE  METHODS THAN THOSE  CURRE
     NTLY AVAllABLF FOR CONTINUOUS TREATMENT OF  PLUE GAS  CLEANING (FGC)  WASTES8
     INITIAL EFFORTS ARE TO BE CONCENTRATED ON ALLYING GRAVITY  SEDIMENTATION
      TO  RAPIDLY, INEXPENSIVELY DEBATER FGC WASTES,  APPROACH!  DEVELOP METHODS
     FOR  CHARACTERIZING THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES  AND  BEHAVIOR  OF  FGC WASTES.
     DEVELOP PROCEDURES BASED ON THE MODELS PRESENTED HEREIN  TO  ALLOW ACCURATE
     DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF GRAVITY  SEDIMENTATION  UNITS USED  IN  TREATING FGC
     WASTES. PERFORM BENCH SCALE AND PILOT  TESTS TO  EVALUATE  THE FEASIBILITY  OF
     USING GRAVITY SEDIMENTATION UNITS FOR  TREATING  FGC WASTES,  PERFORM
     DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES TO DETERMINE THE BEST DESIGN FOR CHANNEL PROMOTERS,
     BENCH SCALE AND CONTINUOUS PILOT TESTS ARE  TO BE PERFORMED  TO EVALUATE  THE
     FEASIBILITY OF SUCH DEVICES FOR IMPROVING DE^ATE^ING EFFICIENCY WHILE
     TREATING FGC WASTES, ASSESS FltTERABILITY OF  DIFFERENT TYPES OF FGC SLU
     OSES OEHATERED TO  DIFFERENT DEGREES AND PUMPING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DIFFE
     RENT SLUDGES, PROGRESS! A GRAVITY SEDIMENTATION SYSTEM CAN  NOW BE PROPOSED
     WHICH SHOULD ALLOW RAPID DEWATERJNG OF FGC  WASTE TO HIGH CONCENTRATIONS
     (35  TO 50 PERCENT  SOLIDS) WITHOUT THE  NEED  FOR  CHEMICAL  ADDITIVES
     (FLOCCULANTS). THIS SYSTEM SEPARATES THE CLARIFICATION AND  THICKENING
     FUNCTIONS INTO TWO UNITS WHICH  ARE MUCH SMALLER AND LESS EXPENSIVE THAN
     CONVENTIONAL DEWATERING EQUIPMENT, FURTHER  DEVELOPMENT OF THIS CONCEPT  IS
     UNDERWAY,

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF SAFE METHODS FOR  DISPOSAL  OF  excess  PESTICIDES USED BY
        AND AGRICULTURAL  APPLICATORS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     10/76  -  10/79  I
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IC618A.7205    /  R804533-02
   PROJECT OFFICER  I
   INVESTIGATORS  i
                                     ING I  EST, . FY
                                     (GRANT)  PRIOR
                                                 77
                                               FY76
 / »  16Z179
/ $  17*0001
C
G
R
J
J
H
P
F
P
C
A
A
A
L
P
A
A
V
ROGERS
JUNK
JO«N
BAKER
PESEK
NICHOLSON
HA8TMAN
WILLIAMS
DAHM
HALL
KEMP
IOWA
IOWA
IOWA
IOWA
IOWA
IOWA
IOWA
IOWA
IOWA
IOWA
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
UNIV
i
i
i
i
i
i
•
t
i
i
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
sc
SC
sc
sc
sc
sc
sc
sc
9C
sc
•
t
•
t,
•
•
1.
1
•
•
&
ft
8,
ft
R
ft
ft
&
ft
ft
TEC
TEC
TEC
TEC
TEC
TEC
TEC
TEC
TEC
TEC
   MILEi
09/76
01/77
01/78
06/79
08/79
•GRANT AWARD
-INTERIM REPORT
-INTERIM REPORT
                                 CONTROL/DISPOSAL  OF  PESTICIDE-RINSING  WATER
                                 PULL-SALE  OEMON3TRATION
               •PROJECT  COMPLETED
               •FJNAL  REPORT
    OejECTIVESI  1.  EVALUATE  OVERALL  EFFECTIVENESS  OF  THE  DISPOSAL  PITS
    CURRENTLY  IN  USE  BASED ON  MATERIALS  PREVIOUSLY DEPOSITED  IN  EACH.  2."
    DETERMINE  PRESENCE  OR  ABSENCE  OF  ENVIRONMENTALLY  HAZARDOUS COMPOUNDS
    IN  EACH,  3.  CONTINUE TO  SAMPLE EACH  PIT  DURING TENURE  OF  STUDY,  a.  FSTA
    BLISH  EXPERIMENTAL  SYSTEMS  FOR STUDYING  THE FATE  OF SELECTED PESTICIDES  IN
    ISOLATED  MICRO-PITS IJNQER  CONTROLLED CONDITIONS,  5, EVALUATE 8
    IOI.OGICAL  ACTIVITY  IN  PRESENT  SYSTEMS, 6.  DEVELOP PLANS  AND  SPECIFICATIONS
    FOR  DISPOSAL  SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION  AND MANAGEMENT,  APPROACHI CONDUCT  A  5  YR,
    CHEMICAL  AND  BIOLOGICAL  STUDY  OF  2 EXISTING PESTICIDE  DISPOSAL SYSTEMS
    USED AT  THE  AGRONOMY-AC. ENGINEERING AND HORTICULTURE  STATIONS WHICH  HAVE
    BEEN IN  USE  10  AND  5 YEARS  RESPECTIVELY.  ADDITIONAL CONTROLLED MICRO
    -DISPOSAL  SYSTEMS WILL BE  ESTABLISHED  TO DETERMINE  THE FATE  AND  BIOLOGICAL
    CONSEQUENCES  OF KNOWN  QUANTITIES  OF  SELECTED  DISPOSED  COMPOUNDS,  ACCURATE
    DATA WILL  BE  COLLECTED ON  IDENTITY,  QUALITY AND  CONCENTRATION  Op  UN
    USUAL  DILUTE  IMSECTICIDES,  FUNGICIDES  AND  HERBICIDES  DEPOSITED TN  EXISTING
    AND  TWO  NEW  DISPOSAL PITS.  RELIABLE  RECOMMENDATIONS FOR  DISPOSAL  SYSTEMS
    FOR  FARMS  AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATION SHOULD BE DEVELOPED  AS  A  RESULT  OF
      THE STUDY,  CURRENT PLANSI  CHEMICAL  AND  BIOLOGICAL  STUDIES OF  THE  EX
    I8TING SYSTEMS  WILL BE INITIATED  IN  MAY,  1976  WITH  THE NEW MICRO  AND  MACRO
      EXPERIMENTAL PITS  BEING DEVELOPED DURING  THE  SUMMER,  BASED  ON 1976
    STUDIES*  AN  IMPROVED COMMERCIAL  APPLICATOR, RESEARCH-STATION TYPE  PIT
    SYSTEM WILL  BE  IMPLEMENTED  IN  1977 BASED ON THE  1976  RESULTS,  CLIMAT
    OLOSICAL  DATA WILL  BE  COLLECTED  DURING THE s  YR,  STUDY AND CORRELATED WITH
    CHEMICAL  AND  BIOLOGICAL  DEGRADATION  IN THE SYSTEMS,

-------
NON-POW POLLUTION STUDIES ON AGRICULTURAL LAND USE TYPES PREVALENT IN
THE COASTAL PLAIN ZONE OF MARYLAND
   START/ COMpL DATE I    06/76 • 06/79 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / $  208130
    TASK/EPA CODE IK617B.351    / R804536-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S  4750001
   PROJECT OFFICER I W R  PAYNE
   INVESTIGATORS i   o i CORRELL                  SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
     LEi  l?/78 -DATA SET TO MODEL DEVELOPERS PLUS INTEPRETATION OF SPECIFI
     THIS RESEARCH PROPOSAL INVOLVES THE MODIFICATION AND EXPANSION OF A WATC
     RSHED MONITORING PROGRAM NOW IN OPERATION AT THE CHESAPEAKE BAY CENTER FOR
     ENVIRONMENTAL, STUDIES,

-------
TOXICOLOGY OF PESTICIDES

   START/  COMPL  DATE  I     01/76  -  12/79  I  FUNDING  I  E3T, • FV   77   /»    25000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IH615F.7627    /  R80«539-02   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76  /  S    250001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  R  L  BARON
   INVESTIGATORS  I    E    REINER                    IN3T, FOR MEDICAL  RES.
   MlLEl 06/77 -ANNUAL  REPORT
        06/ao -FINAL REPORT
     THE MAJOR OBJECTIVE OF THE  STUDIES  IS  TO  FIND OUT THE POSSIBILITY OF  THE
     SAFE  USE OF PESTICIDES AND  TO  ASSURE  THAT  USE PATTERNS AND HUMAN EXPOSURE
     ARE BELOW THE  LEVELS  THAT WILL  DETRIMENTALLY  AFFECT HEALTH AND  WELL.BF.ING
     OF HUMANS. THIS OBJECTIVE  WILL  BE  APPROACHED BY EXPANDING THE  PRESENT
     KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE  MECHANISM  OF ACTION  OF PESTICIDES, AND  BY  COLL
     ECTING AND INTERPRETING DATA  ON  EFFECTS OBSERVED IN INDIVIDUALS  AND  GROUPS
     EXPOSED  TO PESTICIDES, THE  STUDIES  WILL COMPRISE THE FOLLOWING  ASPEC
     TSl ASSESSMENT OF  BIOCHEMICAL  AND CLINICAL EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES IN  HUMANS
     (DETERMINATION  OF  CHOLINESTERA3E ACTIVITIES  AND VITAMIN A LEVELS
     IN BLOOD) EFFECT OF PESTICIDES  ON EYE  AND  VISION, EFFECT OF  PESTICIDES  ON
     PSYCHOMOTOR PERFORMANCES,  PESTICIDE  RESIDUES IN HUMANS, AND STUDIES  ON
     THE INTERACTION  BETWEEN ESTERASES AND  ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS,

-------
TOXIC,  SUBLETHAL AND LATENT EFFECTS OF SELECTED  PETROLEUM  HYDROCARBONS
AND BARIUM SULFATE ON MARINE ORGANISMS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     05/76 • 07/79 !  FUNDING |  EST,  - FY    77   /  $    85000
    TASK/EPA CODE I9625F-1-06   / R80«5«UQi   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   2210921
   PROJECT OFFICER i N  L  RICHARDS
   INVESTIGATORS |   K  R RAO                      STATE UNIVERSITY  OF  FLA,  SYS8
   MILFJ  07/77 -HOLD SYMPOSIUM ON PENTACHLOROPHENOL
         07/78 -PUBLISH SYMPOSIUM ON PENTACHLORQPHENOL
         05/78 »HOLD SYMPOSIUM ON DRILLING FLUIDS
         06/78 -WOLD SYMPOSIUM ON CARCINOGENS IN THE AQUATIC  ENVIRONMENT
         09/79 -FINAL REPORT ON GRANT
     THIS INVESTIGATION WILL EXAMINE THE TOXIC*  SUBLETHAL  AND  LATENT EFFECTS OF
      CERTAIN POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS AND BARIUM  SULFATE ON L
     ARVAL AND ADULT STAGES OF SELECTED INVERTEBRATES  AND  FISH,  EXPERIMENTS ARF
      DESIGNED TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF THESE COMPOUNDS QNj A) CRUSTACEAN
     MOLT CYCLES} e) REGENERATIVE LIMB GRQWTMJ c) RESPIRATION? pj HEART  RATE?
     AND  E)  HISTOLOGY AND ULTRASTRUCTURE OF SELECTED TISSUES,  STUDIES
      ARE AIMED TO DETERMINE THE UPTAKE BY MARINE ORGANISMS OF THESE PQLLUTA
     NTS  FROM WATER AND BIOACCUMULATION THROUGH  AQUATIC FOOD  CHAINS. BY  USING A
      COMBINATION OF AUTQRADIQGRAPHIC AND  CONVENTIONAL  ANALYTICAL
     TECHNIQUES THE SITES AND EXTENT OF ACCUMULATION QF POLLUTANTS  IN  MARINE
     ORGANISES WILL BE  DETERMINED,

-------
MEASUREMENT
TROPOSPHERE
       OF HALOGENATED POLLUTANTS AND OTHER TRACE SASES IN
       IN SITU BY LONG-PATH INFRARED ABSORPTION SPECTROS
   STAPT/ COMPL DATE t     Ob/77  «  05/78  I
    TASK/EPA  CODE IG712B.BB-02   /  R8045a&<
   PROJECT OFFICER  I P     HANST
   INVESTIGATORS I    J  N  PITT3
                     A  M  WINER
                     R  A  GRAHAM
                     E  C  TUAZQN
   MILEl  06/78  -FINAL REPORT
     A  QUANTITATIVE  CHARACTERIZATION
     POLLUTANT  AS A  FUNCTION  OF  TIME
     LOCATION  (INCLUDING  URBAN AREAS
     UCTED USING IN  SITU,  LONG-PATH,
                                     FUNDING I  EST.  - F
                                    •02  (GRANT)   PRIOR
       THE

        77
      FY76
 / S
/ $
 76961
600001
                                             UNIV.
                                             UNIV.
                                             UNIV,
                                             UNIV,
OF CALIFORNIA
OF CALIFORNIA
OF CALIFORNIA
OF CALIFORNIA
                                OF AMBIENT PRIMARY AND SECONDARY TRACE
                                (BOTH DIURNALLY AND SEASONALLY) AND
                                AND DOWNWIND RECEPTOR SITES)  IS BEING COND
                                HIGH RESOLUTION FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED
 SPECTR03COPY IN CONJUNCTION WITH CONVENTIONAL A STATE-OF-THE-ART AN
ALYTKAL METHODS FOR AMBIENT GAS PHASE AND ^ARTICULATE POLLUTANTS; RESULTS
OF THE FIRST YEAR OF THIS PROGRAM AT RIVERSIDE INCLUDE THE FIRST POSI
TIVE IDENTIFICATION BY SPECTPQSCOPIC TECHNIQUES OF FORMALDEHYDE AND NITRIC
ACID IN AMBIENT  PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG* THE MEASUREMENT OF LOW LEVELS OF FOR
MIC ACID, AMMONIA AND A VARIETY OF HALOCARBQNS, AND DETERMINATION OF UPPER
 LIMITS FOR THE  POSSIBLE PRESENCE OF OTHER TRACE CONTAMINANTS,
 STUDIES WILL CONTINUE AT RIVERSIDE AND AT A MID-BASIN SITE,  APPROXIMATELY
 FOUR TO SIX HOURS UPWIND OF RIVERSIDE, USING THE PART-PER-BILLION SENSI
TIVITY AFFORDED  BY A KILOMETER OPTICAL PATHLENGTH MULTIPLE REFLECTION CELL
,  AND AN FTS-14  FOURIEK TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROMETER (BOTH OF WHICH ARE
 THE PROPERTY OF TH£ EPA AND ARE ON LOAN TO SAPRC FOR THIS THREE-YEAR
PROJECT), PORTABLE INSTRUMENTATION CURRENTLY EMPLOYED IN GAS  PHASE AND
PARTICULATE AMBIENT AIR MONITORING STUDIES AT SAPRC ARE OPERATED IN CON
JUNCTION WITH THE LPIR DURING SELECTED SMOG EPISODES AT THE MONITORING LOC
ATIQNS. THIS PROGRAM IS COORDINATED WITH AMBIENT AIR MONITORING STUDIES AT
SAPRC SUPPORTED  BY THE CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD AND THE DEVEL
OPMENT OF AN EXPERIMENTALLY VALIDATED MODEL FOR PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG, FUNDED
THROUGH NSF-RANN, EMPHASIS is BEING PLACED ON THE QUANTITATIVE o
ETERMINATION OF  PRODUCTS, LABILE INTERMEDIATES, AND PRIMARY POLLUTANTS FOR
 WHICH LITTLE, IF ANY, RELIABLE AMBIENT AIR DATA ARE CURRENTLY A
VAILABLE, THESE  NON-CRITERIA POLLUTANTS INCLUDE NITRIC ACID,  NITROUS ACID,
HALOCARBONS, HALOGENATED ACIDS, HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, NITRQSAMINES, ALCOHOLS,
 EPOXIDES AND ORGANIC ACIDS, ALDEHYDES, AND OTHER CARBONYL COMPOUNDS.
THESE ARE OF INTEREST PER SE, MAY BE TOXIC, AND ARE ALSO IMPORTANT FOR
VALIDATING COMPUTERIZED KINETIC SMOG MODELS FOR CONTROL STRATEGIES,

-------
CHARACTERIZATION OF METAU COMPLEXES IN SEWAGE SLUDGE SYSTEMS
                                          FUNDING I  EST,  • FY
                                         -02  (GRANT)   PRIOR
  77
FY76
 / a
/ $
 6^039
833251
                                                         UNIVERSITY
                                                         UNIVERSITY
START/ COMPL DATE S     08/76 - 08/79 I
 TASK/EPA CODE IC611B-7071   / R804547'
PROJECT OFFICER I J  A  RYAN
INVESTIGATORS i   u  E SOMMERS                  PURDUE
                  0  w NELSON                   PURDUE
MILE! 09/76 -PROJECT START
      09/77 -INTERMEDIATE FUNDING
      09/78 -INTERMEDIATE FUNDING
      09/78 -INTERIM REPORT PUBLISHED
      08/79 -PROJECT COMPLETED
      10/79 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
  TO CHARACTERIZE THE FORMS AND AMOUNT  OF CU, ZN,
  LUDGE8 AND SOILS AM£MDED WITH SEWAGE  SLUDGE. TO
  METALS ADDED TO SOILS BY SEWAGE SLUDGE APPLICATION AND THE EFFECTS OF SOIL
  FACTORS ON THEIR STABILITY AND BIQAVAILABILITY. RADIOISOTOPES, NON.AQUEOUS
   E*TRACTANTS, SPECIFIC METAL EXTRACTANTS, AND EQUILIBRATION TECHNIQUES
   WILL BE UTILIZED,
                                                     NI»  AND CD IN
                                                     DETERMINE THE
     SEWAGE s
     STABILITY
          OF

-------
PROCEDURE FOR EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL  GROUNDWATCR  CONTAMINATION  BY
HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/76 • 09/78  t  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    78   /  S    80000
    TASK/EPA  CODE IL609B-61     / R80«549-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY77  / $   800001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I D  C  SHEW
   INVESTIGATORS i    c  f LEE                      UNIV,  OF  TEXAS
   HIUCi  09/78  -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE  OF THIS STUDY  IS  TO CONTINUE  WORK  ON  THE DEVELOPMENT  OF A  T
     EST  PROCEDURE  THAT COULD  BE  USED  TO EVALUATE  THE  POTENTIAL  FOR GROUNDWATER
     CONTAMINATION  FROM AN ON.LAND INDUSTRIAL  WASTE  DISPOSAL OPERATION.'  P
     ARTICULAR  ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO THE DEVELOPMENT  OF  A STANDARD  PERMEABILITY
      TEST FOR  MEASUREMENT OF  CONTAMINANT  TRANSPORT  THROUGH CLAYS  AND  OTHER
      COMPACTED MATERIALS THAT  ARE USED  AS LINERS  FOR  INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPQ
     SAL  PITS,  THE  INFLUENCE OF ORGANIC  SOLVENTS OF  TH£  TYPES  TYPICALLY  USED  IN
      VARIOUS CHEMICAL  MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS  ON CLAY  STRUCTURE  AND  PERM
     EABILITY is BEING  EVALUATED, IT is  ANTICIPATED  THAT  THIS  PHASE OF THE WORK
     WILL BE  FOLLOWED BY COMBINED LABORATORY  AND FIELD STUDIES TO  EV
     ALUATE THE RELIABILITY OF  THE PERMEABILITY  TEST  THAT is BEING  DEVELOPED  TO
     PREDICT  ACTUAL TRANSPORT  IN  ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS,

-------
A REALTIME MONITOR FOR AIRBORNE ASBESTOS FIBER  CONCENTRATION

   START/ CQMPL DATE I     07/76 « QJ/78 | FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77   /  $    10000
    TASK/EPA CODE lG7iaB-BA«J5  / R804562-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   a^OOOl
   PROJECT OFFICER I J     WAGMAN
   INVESTIGATORS j   R  w DETENBECK                UNIV,  OF VERMONT  ST, AGR.  COL
                     D  R HEMENWAY                 UNIV,  OF VERMONT  ST, AGR.'  COU
   MILEJ  12/77 "BREADBOARD DEMONSTRATION
     OBJECTIVE IS TO BUILD A  PROTOTYPE  INSTRUMENT BASED  ON THE USE  OF
     ITGHT-SCATTERING DISSYMMETRY MEASUREMENTS  FOR REAL-TIME  IDENTIFICATION  AND
     COUNTING OF AIRBORNE FIBERS, A  LABORATORY  "BREADBOARD"
     INSTRUMENT IS BEING ASSEMBLED TO DEMONSTRATE FEASIBILITY,

-------
MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF FATES OF  POLLUTANTS  IN  ESTUARIES
   START/ CQMPL DATE  I     07/76  -  01/79
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IQ608C-1-01    /  R80«563«
   PROJPCT  OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS
  HXLEl
09/77

09/78
06/79
 DAVIES
OCONNQR

JERIS

MATY3TIK

FARLEY

 TRANSPORT
    I T T
      D J
      J 3
      W F

      K J
•REPORT ON
•REPORT ON ECOSYSTEM
 FINAL REPORT ON MATH
                                 FUNDING I EST. • FV   77  / $  136645
                                 '02  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $  1306811
              MANHATTAN
              MANHATTAN
              MANHATTAN
              MANHATTAN
OF A TOXIC PESTICIDE IN
UPTAKE AND TRANSPORT OF
 MODEL DEVELOPMENT FOR
 COLLEGE
 COLLEGE
 COLLEGE

 COLLEGE

 THE JAMES RIVER EST
 KfPQNE (MATH MODEL)
PESTICIDE MOVEMENT I
    OBJECTIVESI  THE  QUANTIFICATION OF  THE  INTER-RELATIONSHIPS  AMONG  PHYSICAL,
    CHEMICAL*  AND  BIOLOGICAL  VARIABLES OF  ESTUARINE  SYSTEMS,  INCLUDING  AN
    AUY9IS OF  TWO-LAYERED  ESTUARINE  TRANSPORT,  EFFECTS ON  SUSPENDED  SOLIDS  AND
    SALINITY,  ADSORPTION/DESORPTION  MECHANISMS  FQR HAZARDOUS  SUBSTANCES, AND
    FOOD CHAIN  IMPLICATIONS.  APPROACH! THE DEVELOPMENT OF  A MATHEMATICAL MODEL
     CHARACTERIZING  ESTUARINE TRANSPORT, VERIFYING THIS MODEL  USING  FIELD
     DATA FOR  VELOCITY PROFILES AND  SALINITY AND SOLIDS DISTRIBUTION,
    CURRENT PLANS/PROGRESSI A MODEL  DESCRIBING  ESTUARINE TRANSPORT HAS  BEEN
    DEVELOPED.  SPECIFIC APPLICATION  WILL BE MADE TO  THE JAMES  RIVER  ESTUARY IN
    ORDER TO ADDRESS KEPQNE CONTAMINATION PROBLEMS,

-------
CHARGED MEMBRANE ULTRAFILTRATION AND SUUFIDE  PRECIPITATION  TO  TREAT
NON-FERROUS METAL PRODUCTION WASTES
   START/ COMPU DATE I     10/77 • 09/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  i
    TASK/EPA CODE I8610C-171    / R80a568.02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7fe  /  $
                                                                       16000
                                                                      370001
   MILEl
PROJECT OFFICER I  D    WILSON
INVESTIGATORS I   R 8 GRIEVES
                  D   BHATTACHARYYA
             •FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
             • AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
             •DRAFT FINAL REPORT
             •FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
  THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT
  INVESTIGATION OF SULFIDE (COMBINATION
  SOLUBLE AND SPARINGLY SOLUBLE SULFIDE
                                                  UNIV,
                                                  UNIV,
                                                   OF
                                                   OF
KENTUCKY
KENTUCKY
    07/77
    10/77
    06/76
    09/78
                                      CONTINUES TO BE THE BENCH.SCALE
                                      LIME-SULFIDE) PRECIPITATION WITH
                                      SALTS AND QF CHARGED MEMBRANE
ULTRAFILTRATION WITH COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE. NEGATIVELY CHARGED, NON-CE
LLULOSIC MEMBRANES FQR TREATING SPECIFIC WASTE STREAMS FROM THE COPPER AND
ZINC INDUSTRIES, THE SPECIFIC WASTE STREAMS (CONTAINING A3, SE» CD, ZN, F
E, PB» ETC»> INCLUDE ACID PLANT WASTE-SCRUBBER WASTE AND THE OV£RPLQW FROM
 LIME-SETTLING OPERATIONS. CONTINOUS FLOW, BENCH-SCALE SULFIOE PRE
UPITATION STUDIES WILL INCLUDE THE USE OF NASS AND FE s COR PYRITES). THE
SULFIDE DOSAGE REQUIREMENTS *ND PREDICTIONS WITH VARYING WASTE COM
POSITIONS AND OPTIMUM PRECIPITATE SETTLING CONDITIONS WILL BE ESTABLISHED.
CHARGED MEMBRANE ULTRAFILTRATION WILL BE EVALUATED IN TERMS OF HIGH WATER
RECOVERY, MAXIMUM EXTENT OF METALS REMOVAL WITH SINGLE TO MULTIPLE-PASS
 WATER RECYCLE. AND THE POSSIBILITY OF OBTAINING 9sx WATER RECOVERY BY AN
INTERMEDIATE SETTLING STEP, THE STUDIES CONDUCTED DURING THE FIRST BUD
GET PERIOD SHOW VERY PROMISING HEAVY METALS SEPARATION IN TERMS OF MEETING
 BATEA STANDARDS AND/OR FOR IN-PLANT WATER REUSE,

-------
    SLUDGE--VIRAL AND PATHOGENIC AGENTS IN SOIL-PL*NT.ANIMAL SYSTEMS

START/ COMPL DATE I    09/77 - 09/78 I FUNDING I  C8T, • FY   77  / S   27«000
 TASK/CPA CODE ID607A-006    / RSOa570-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S  2662731
PROJECT OFFICER I H    PAHREN
INVESTIGATORS I   J M DAVIDSON                 STATE UNIVERSITY OF FLA. SYS,
                  G T EOOS                     STATE UNIVERSITY OF FLA. SYS.
MILEl  07/78 -INTERIM REPORT
      10/79 -FINAL REPORT
      12/79 -CONDUCT SYMPOSIUM
  RECYCLING DIGESTED MUNICIPAL SEWAGE SLUDGE IN AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS  IS AN
  ATTRACTIVE ALTERNATIVE METHOD IF "SAFE" DISPOSAL  MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
   CAN BE DEVISED THAT DO NOT ENDANGER HUMAN HEALTH, SLUDGE MAY CONTAIN HA
  ZARDOUS AMOUNTS OF BACTERIAL AND VIRAL PATHOGENS* HEAVY METALS, CHEMICALS,
   DRUGS* MYCOTOXINS, AND/OR PARASITES, ANIMALS PRODUCED FROM GRAINS
  AND/OR FORAGES FERTILIZED WITH SLUDGE OR FROM PASTURES WHICH ALLOW  DIRECT
  INGESTION OF SLUDGE WILL BE EXAMINED REGULARLY  FOR THEIR PHYSIOLOGY, SLOOD
   CHEMISTRY, WEIGHT GAlM, AND PERFORMANCE, ANIMAL  CARCASSES, INCLUDING BONE
   AND ORGANS, WILL BE EXAMINED FOR PATHOGENS, HEAVY METALS, DRUGS, CH
  EMICALSi AND MYCOTOXIN3, ASSESSMENT WILL B| MADE  OF POSSIBLE ENTRY  OF SUCH
  DELETERIOUS MATERIALS INTO THE HUMAN FOOD CHAIN AS WELL AS IDENTIFIC
  ATION OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICES, RATES OF SLUDGE  APPLICATION, AND CUMULATIVE
  EFFECTS ON CATTLE, SWINE, AND POULTRY, THREE IMPORTANT FOOD ANIMALS.'
  CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SLUDGE PRIOR TO UTILIZATION WILL BE MADE AND M
  ANAGEMENT PRACTICES DEVELOPED TO REDUCE THE POTENTIAL HAZARDS TO ACCEPTABL
  E LEVELS, PRELIMINARY TRIALS WITH DIRECT FEEDING  OF DRIED SLUDGE TO CATTLE
   REDUCED WEIGHT GAINS SLIGHTLY AND CHANGED THE  HEAVY METAL CONTENT  OF
  CERTAIN ORGANS, IN A RELATED TRIAL, 11 BRED GILTS FED RATIONS CONTAINING
  EITHER 0, 10, OR 20 PERCENT DRIED SEWAGE SLUDGE FOR 10 MONTHS SHOWED NEITH
  ER GROWTH SUPPRESSION, NOR EFFECT ON LITTER SIZE  NOR PERFORMANCE, HOWEVER,
   SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES IN H£MATOCRIT AND PROTHRQMBIN LEVELS
  OCCURRED BETWEEN PIGS FROM THE THREE GROUPS.

-------
GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON STUDIES

   START/ COMPL DATE |     OS/76 • 07/79 I  FUNDING  J  EST,  -  FY    77   /  $    11250
    TASK/EPA CODE IC614A.7151,    / R804571-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7b  /  $  59181U1
   PROJECT OFFICER I J     DEMARCO
   INVESTIGATORS i   N  v BRDDMANN                 JEFFERSON PARISH  WATER DEPT,
                     D  8 GREENBERG                JEFFERSON PARISH  WAT^R DEPT,
                     I  R COLLINS                  JEFFERSON PARISH  WATER DFPT,
                     J  F RYAN                      GULF  SOUTH  RESEARCH INSTITUTE
   MILEl 10/77 -INTERIM REPORT
         10/78 -INTERIM REPORT
         11/79 -FINAL REPORT
     BECAUSE OF GROWING PUBLIC CONCERN OVER THE  OCCURRENCE  OF  TRACE AMOUNTS  OF
     VARIOUS ORGANIC CHEMICALS IN THE AREA POTABLE WATER  SUPPLY*  THE JEFFERSON
      PARISH WATER DEPARTMENT  HAS RECOGNIZED  THE NEED  FOR A MORE EFFICIENT AND
     RELIABLE TREATMENT PROCESS DESIGNED TO REMOVE SUCH CONTAMINANTS. THE
      MISSISSIPPI RIVER IS THE SOLE RAW WATER SOURCE AVAILABLE TO THE
     JEFFERSON PARISH WATER SYSTEM, THEREFORE*  SINCE THE  USE  OF ANOTHER  LESS
     POLLUTED SOURCE IS IMPOSSIBLE* THE DEPARTMENT IS  FACED ONLY WITH SEEKING
      OUT NEW METHODS FOR REMOVAL OF TRACE LEVELS  OF ORGANIC  CONTAMINANTS. ON£
     SUCH METHOD OFFERS THE MOST PROMISE OF EFFECTING  TRACE ORGANIC
     COMPOUND REMOVAL,  IT IS THE USE OF GRANULAR ACTIVATED  CARBON (GAC)
     FILTRATION, GAC FILTRATION WILL BE THOROUGHLY STUDIED  IN  QUANTITATIVE
     TERMS AND IN TERMS OF COST EFFECTIVENESS DURING THE  COURSE OF  THIS  STUDY,

-------
IMPACT OP ZOOPL.ANKTON GRAZING UPON PHYTOPLANKTON  IN  EUTROPHIC SAGINAW
BAY AND WESTERN LAKE ERIE
   START/ COMPL DATE I     05/76  -
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IN606A-022     /
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  N  A   THOMAS
   INVESTIGATORS  I    0
   MILFl  fl«/77  -ANNUAL
         Oa/78  -ANNUAL
         0«/79  -ANNUAL
    THE  ABILITY OF  THE
c MCNAUGHT
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
 HERBIVOROUS
05/78 I  FUNDING I  EST.  - FY   77/5   77600
R804573      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S   7U0001


                STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
  ZQOPLANKTON TO REGULATE ALGAL  PRODUCTIVITY
    IN HIGHLY EUTROPHIC SAGINAW BAY  (LAKE HURON)  AND WESTERN LAKE  ERIE
    WILL BE DETERMINED, TOTAL GRAZING,  AS WELL  AS  SIZE-SELECTIVE FEED!
    NO ON SMALL FLAGELLATES AS WELL  AS  LARGE DIATOMS AND BLUE-GREEN  ALGAE  WILL
    BE MEASURED IN THE FIELD, THIS INFORMATION  ON  IMPORTANT CARBON FLUXES  is
     VITAL TO THE MODELING TEAM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ULTIMATE SYNTHESIS OF
    DATA ON GREAT LAKES ECOSYSTEMS,  FIELD STUDIES  OF GRAZING WILL  DEPEND ON
    1«C TAGGING TECHNIQUES, IN THE LABORATORY THE  FEEDING HABITS OF  ROTIFERS,
    OFTEN IGNORED, WILL BE INVESTIGATED USING NEW  PARTICLE COUNTING
    TECHNIQUES COMBINED *ITH COMPUTER ANALYSIS, ALL OF THESE INVESTIGATIONS
    WILL,BE BASED ON PROGRESS MADE BY AN EXPERIMENTAL TEAM DURING  UPPER LAKES
    REFERENCE STUDY, RESULTS ALREADY SHOW THAT  THE CRUSTACEANS CONTROL ALGAL
    PRODUCTION IN OPEN LAKE ONLY DURING THE FALL MONTHS, BIOLOGICAL  CONTROL OF
    THE GROWTH OF BLUE-GREEN ALGAE FAILED TO DEVELOP IN MID-SUMMER,  DISCOVERY
     OF THE DEGREE OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL IN THE MOST EUTROPHIC AREAS OF'THE
    GREAT LAKES IS VITAL T3 UNDERSTANDING THE FUNCTIONING OF THESE EC^SYTFMS,
    ULTIMATELY PRODUCING VALIDATED SIMULATION MODELS FOR THEM, AND
    FINALLY MANAGING ALGAL BLOOM PROBLEMS,

-------
EFFECT OF ETIOLQGICALLY DEFINED RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS  ON UUNG  FUNCTION
AND ITS GROWTH IN AN AREA OF LOW AIR POLLUTION
   START/ COMPL DATE I     It/72 • 12/80 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77   /  S   217000
    TASK/EPA CODE IH601C-7221   / ReO«577      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $  20Q0001
   PROJECT OFFICER I 8  T  KETCHAM
   INVESTIGATORS i   A  M COLLIER                  UNIV, OF NORTH CAROLINA
   MILEl 01/78 "PUBLICATION OF GROWTH QF LUNG FUNCTION  DATA OF  PRESENT STUDY PO
     OBJECTIVEI THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY IS TO PROVIDE BASELINE  PULMONARY
     FUNCTION DATA ON CHILDREN LIVING AND  GROWING IN AN AREA OF LOW ENVIR
     ONMENTAL POLLUTION, APPROACHl CHILDREN WILL BE  STUDIED LONGITUDINALLY TO C
     HARACTERIZE PULMONARY FUNCTION CHANGES ASSOCIATED  WITH PHYSICAL GROWTH AND
      DOCUMENTED UPPER  RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS, CHILDREN WILL BE CULTURED
     FOR PATHOGENS AT TWO-WEEK INTERVALS REGARDLESS  OF  SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND
     MEASUREMENTS MADE  WILL ASSESS THE IMPACT OF THESE  INFECTIOUS AGENTS
      ON PULMONARY FUNCTION, OUTPUTl THIS  INFORMATION WILL ENABLE THE DESIGN OF
      BETTER STUDIES TO ASSESS THE GROWTH  OF LUNG FUNCTION AND IMPACT OF
     RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS ON YQUNG CHILDREN LIVING IN AREAS  OP HIGH AIR
     POLLUTION,

-------
EFFECT OF PARTICIPATES ON OZONE  DISINFECTION  OP  BACTERIA  AND VIRUSES  IN
MA TER
   START/ COMPL DATE I    08/76  •  08/T8  I  FUNDING  I  EST.  •  FY    77   /  $    58555
    TASK/EPA CODE |C61«A-7184    /  R604587.02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $    5U0371
   PROJECT OFFICER  I J C   HOFF
   INVESTIGATORS  |    0 J  SPROUL                    UNIV. OF  MAINE
   MILEl  09/76  -PROJECT STA9T
         08/77  -CONTINUATION FUNDING  PACKAGE  PROCESSED
         12/77  -ANNUAL REPORT
         09/78  -PROJECT COMPLETED
         12/78  -FINAL  REPORT PUBLISHED
     THE  PRINCIPAL  OBJECTIVE OF  THIS  PROJECT  IS  TO DEVELOP  A BODY OF  INFO
     RMATIDN ON THE DISINFECTION POTENTIAL  OF  OZONE  FOR VIRUSES  WHICH HAVE SEEN
     ATTACHED TO  OR INCORPORATED WITHIN  VARIOUS  SOLIDS, THE SOLIDS  TO BE  USED
      WILL  BE CLAYS,  HYDRATED ALUMINUM OXIDE  FLOCS,  HUMAN EPITHELIOID CARCINOMA
      CELLS  AND FECAL  MATERIAL.  THE VIRUSES TO BE  USED  WILL BE POLIOVIRUS 1
      (MAHONEY),  COXSACKIEVIRUS  A9  AND THE  F2  BACTERIOPHAOE, ADDITIONALLY,
     INFORMATION  ON THE INACTIV AT ION  OF  ESCHERICHIA  COLI  AND STREPTOCOCCUS
     FF.CALI8 UNDER  CONDITIONS SIMILAR TO THE  VIRUSES  WILL BE OBTAINED.  MODI
     FICATIONS  TO OBTAIN  ADDITIONAL INACTIVATIQN WILL BE  MADE  WHERE IT  IS FOUND
     THAT  ADSORBED  OR  PROTECTED  VIRUSES  ARE INACTIVATED AT  A SLOWER RATE  THAN
     THE  UNPROTECTED VIRUS, THESE  MODIFICATIONS  WRL  INCLUDE LONGER CONTAC
     T  TIMES, INCREASED OZONE CONCENTRATIONS  AND DECREASED  PARTICLE SIZE  IN  THE
      CASE  OF THE FECAL MATERIAL AND  ALUMINUM  OXIDE  FLOC  PARTICLES,

-------
REHABILITATION EFFECTS'IN LONG LAKE, WASHINGTON

   START/ COMPL DATE |     07/76 - 06/79 I  FUNDIMG I  E3T,  - FY   77  / $   68500
    TASK/EPA CODE IM«12A»06     / R804588-01  (QRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   9QQ001
   PROJECT OFFICER I 3  A  PETERSON
   INVESTIGATORS |   £  P *ELSH                    UNIV, OF WASHINGTON
   MILF-I  06/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  PURPOSE IS TO  STUDY THE STATUS OF THE PHYTOPLANKTON AND ROOTED M
     ACROPHYTE COMMUNITIES* THE NUTRIENT LEVELS IN WATER  AND SEDIMENT AND THEIR
      INTERCHANGE, AND  THE NUTRIENT BUDGETS DURING THE ONE YEAR BEFORE AND
     ONE»TO«TWO YEARS FOLLOWING REHABILITATIVE MEASURES IN LONG LAKE.

-------
INVESTIGATION of NE* TECHNIQUES  FOR  CONTROL  OF  SMELTER ARSENIC BEARING
WASTES
   START/ COMPL  DATE i     10/77  «
    TASK/EPA  CODE  iB6o«c»i6i     /
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  J  0   BURCKLE
09/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY
PS04595-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR
      77
    FY76
     / $
    / $
        3UOOO
      2160001
   INVESTIGATORS
  MILEl  08/77
         11/77
         OB/78
         OV78
         10/78

    IN JUNE*
       A   MEHTA
       G   ZUCKER
       L   TWIDWELL
       F   DIE90LD
       R   MCCLINCY
 •FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
 •COMPLETE TECHNICAL WORK
 •COMPLETE REPORT
 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
1976,  THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
                MONTANA
                MONTANA
                MONTANA
                MONTANA
                MONTANA
COL.
COL.
COL.
COL,
COL.
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
MIN.
HIM,
MIN,
MIN.
MINI,
sc.
sc,
sc,
sc.
sc.
TE
TE
TE
TF.
TE
         PROTECTION AGENCY AWARDED A RESEARCH
     GRANT TO THE MINERAL  RESEARCH CENTER TO CARRV OUT  A RESEARCH  I
    NVESTIGATION OF NEW  TECHNIQUES FOR CONTROL OF SMELTER  ARSENIC  FLUE  DUST  WA
    3TF.S.THE MINERAL RESEARCH CENTER  IS STUDYING FIXATION  OF  ARSENIC  FLUE  DUST
     WASTES BY VARIOUS TECHNIQUES SUCH AS ARSENIC FIXATION BY MOLTEN  WASTE
     SLAGS FPQM DIFFERENT  SMELTING OPERATION, FIXATION  AT  HIGH TEMPERATURES  BY
     CLAYS, SOME INDUSTRIAL BY-PRODUCTS, AND PHOSPHATE  ROCK,  FIXATION BY CE
    MENT AND CONCRETE MIXTURES,  AND FIXATION OF ARSENIC AT LOW TEMPERATURES  BY
    CLAYS, PHOSPHATE ROCK, AND SOME INDUSTRIAL BY-PRODUCTS, INITIAL RESULTS
    OF ARSENIC INCORPORATION IN  THESE MEDIA AND THE LEACH  TEST RESULTS  APE E
    NCOURAGING, UNDER SUBCONTRACT, THE ANACONDA COMPANY RESEARCH LABORATORY  IN
     TUCSON IS STUDYING  THE EXTRACTION OF ARSENIC* BY CHEMICAL LEACHING, FROM
    THE FLUE DUST BASTES AMD HAS RECENTLY STARTED TESTS ON FIXATION OF  E
    XTRACTED ARSENIC IN  AQUEOUS  MEDIA. FIRST Y£AR| A LITERATURE SEARCH  AND REP
    ORT ON THE GEOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY, AND METALLURGY  OF  ARSENIC  WAS PREPARED
    TO PROVIDE GUIDANCE  FOR THE  LABORATORY STUDIES, LABORATORY FEASIBILITY
    STUDIES HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED  TO SCREEN THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SELECTED FT
    XATION TECHNIQUES, PILOT PLANT STUDIES OF THE REMOVAL  OF  ARSENIC  FROM  FLUE
    DUST WASTES BY CHEMICAL LEACHING  WERE ESSENTIALLY COMPLETED. SECOND YEARi
     LEACHING TESTS OF THE "FIXED" PRODUCTS RESULTING FROM SEVERAL FIXATION
    TECHNIQUES WILL *se PERFORMED TO DETERMINE RESISTANCE TO LEACHING  UNDER
    ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS, STUDIES OF SEPARATION 8Y  CHEMICAL LEACHING AND
    SUBSEQUENT FIXATION  WILL BE  COMPLETED,

-------
ENUMERATION OF SHIGELLA IN POLLUTED WATERS

   START/ COMPL DATE I     00/76 - 00/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77   /  $    19000
    TASK/EPA CODE ID607A.04Z    / R80W6      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   190001
   PROJECT OFFICER I M  A  LEVIN
   INVESTIGATORS i   v  p OLIVICRI                 JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
                     C  I NOBS                     JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 06/78 -DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF ENUMERATION METHOD
         12/78 "APPLICATION IN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES
     THE OBJECTIVES OF  THIS PROJECT IS TO  DEVELOP RELIABLE CULTURE  PROCEDURES
     AND TECHNIQUES TO  RECOVER AND ENUMERATE SHIGELLA  IN POLLUTED WATER.
     CONVENTIONAL ENRICHMENT MEDIA FOR SHIGELLA HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED TO ISOLATE
     THESE MICROORGANISMS FROM FECAL SPECIMENS FROM  PATIENTS  SUSPECTED OF
     HAVING SHIGELLQSIS, LEVELS OF SHIGELLA UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES ARE
     GENERALLY HIGH, IN CONTAMINATED WATER* HOWEVER, THE LEVELS OF  SHIGELLA
     RELATIVE TO INTERFERING MICROORGANISMS ARE EXCEPTIONALLY  LOW,  IN ADDITION,
      MANY OF THE INTERFERING MICROORGANISMS HAVE A  BACTERICIDAL AND BA
     CTERIOSTATIC EFFECT ON SHIGELLA, ENRICHMENT MEDIA ARE BEING EVALUATED THAT
     MINIMIZE THE EFFECT OF ANTAGONISTIC MICROORGANISMS,

-------
RESEARCH ON AIR SAMPLING FILTER  MEDIA

   START/ COMPL DATE  |     09/76  -  05/78  I  FUNDING  I EST, - FY   77/1   50000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IC71ZB«BC«37   /  R804600-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S   7t0001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  |  T     02UBAY
   INVESTIGATORS  i    B  Y  LIU                       UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
   MILEl  12/79  -FINAL REPORT
    THE  PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROGRAM IS  TO STUDY AIR SAMPLING FILTER
    MEDIA  AND  TO EVALUATE THE AVAILABLE COMMERCIAL FILTER MEDIA  IN TERMS OF
    THEIR  SAMPLING EFFICIENCY, RESISTANCE TO  FLOW, DUST HOLDING  CAPACITIES,
    MOISTURE RETENTION CHARACTERISTICS, AND OTHER PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF INTE
    REST.  ALL  MAJOR COMMERCIAL FILTER MEDIA WILL  BE STUDIED, THE END RESULT OF
    THF  PROJECT WILL BE  THE PREPARATION OF A  "FILTER HANDBOOK" IN WHICH
     THE MAJOR FILTER  CHARACTERISTICS ARE DESCRIBED, IN ADDITION, A CONC
    URRENT STUDY WILL  BE UNDERTAKEN TO RELATE THE SAMPLING EFFICIENCY AND FLOW
     RESISTANCE OF FILTERS TO THOSE PREDICTED BY  THEORY, ALSO, THE
    "SERIES FILTER" METHOD WILL BE STUDIED AS A POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVE TO
    THE  DICHQTOMOUS SAMPLER FOR SEPARATING ATMOSPHERIC PARTICLES INTO A FINE
    AND  A  COARSE FRACTION WITH A CUT POINT NEAR 2,0 UM,

-------
INCIDENCE OF CHROMOSOMAL, ABERRATIONS IN  THE  PERIPHERAL  LYMPHOCYTES  OF
COLLEGE STUDENTS AS A FUNCTION OF PHOTOCHEMICAL  MR  POLLUTION
   START/ CQMPl DATE I     08/76 - 06/79  !  FUNDING I  E8T8  «  FY    77   /  S
    TASK/EPA CODE !H601C-72«5   / R8Q«606-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $
                                                                133000
                                                               2500001
   PROJECT OFFICER 8
   INVESTIGATORS j
            D    CALAFIORE
            A R MAGIE

            w R CEMTERWALL
            D E ABBEY
            R L PHILLIPS
            R 0 WEST
                                             LOMA
                                             LQMA

                                             LQMA

                                             LOMA

                                             LOMA
LINDA
LINDA
LINQA

LINDA
LINDA
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
   MILEl
07/76
07/77
11/78
                                AND CONTINUATION
          •AWARD GRANT
          •PROGRESS REPORT
          -FINAL REPORT
OBJECTIVES! TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE EXPERIENCE, AS DETERMINED BY THE
INCIDENCE OF PERIPHERAL CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS, OF YOUNG ADULTS
EMIGRATING FROM AND IMMIGRATING TO AN AREA WITH PERPETUALLY HIGH
LEVELS OF PHOTOCHEMICAL AIR POLLUTANTS DIFFERS SIGNIFICANTLY FROM STUDENTS
ALREADY LIVING IN THE RESPECTIVE AREAS, SECONDARY OBJECTIVES INCLUDE THE
INFLUENCE OF A CHANGE IN RESIDENCE ON THE INCIDENCE OF CHROMOSOMAL ABER
RATIONS* THE PERSISTENCE OF CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS ALREADY PRESENT AT THE
TIME OF IMMIGRATION, AND THE EFFECT OF OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL AND LIFESTYLE
FACTORS, APPROACH! 400 NQN-SMQKINQ, NQN.IMgiBlNG, NON.DRUG-USING NEW
STUDENTS (AGES 17 TO 22) AT TWQ 3EVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST COLLEGES WERE
PRE-3ELECTED FOR THIS STUDY, OBJECTIVITY IN PREPARATION OF BLOOD CULTURE
 AND EVALUATION FOR CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATION IS AS8URRED SINCE NEITHER
COLLABORATING LABORATORY KNOWS THE ORIGIN OF THE SAMPLES, CHROMOSOMES OF
EACH STUDENT ARE EVALUATED FOR THE FREQUENCY OF BREAKS, GAPS, ISOGAPS,
 HYPO- AND HYPER-OIPLOIDY, ENOOREDUPLICATIQNS, TERMINAL BLEBS, AND STABL
E CHANGES SUCH AS DlCENTRICSf QUADRIRADIALS, INVERSION, AND TRANSLOCATION,
 CURRENT PLANS AND/OR PROGRESS? LIFESTYLE AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTER
ISTICS OF THE SUBJECTS HAVE BEEN ANALYZED, THREE BLOOD SAMPLING PFRIOOS HA
VE BPFN COMPLETED, THE FREQUENCY OF CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS FROM THE FIRST
 BLOOD SAMPLES ARE BEING STATISTICALLY EVALUATED, CHROMOSOME SCORING OF
THE OTHER SAMPLES IS CURRENTLY IN PROGRESS, IT IS PLANNED TO FOLLOW THIS
GROUP OP STUDENTS INTO THEIR CHILD-BEARING YEARS TO DETERMINE IF
OBSERVED CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS HAVE ANY CORRELATION WITH THE OUTCOME OF
PREGNANCIES,

-------
804607
The objective of this proposal is to ultimately measure HO   species  in
air samples.   This will be accomplished with the use of chemical  amplifiers.

-------
07/76
MECHANISM AND CONTROL OF RAINFALL RUNOFF IMPACT  FROM LAND APPLICATION
SITES
   START/ COMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE IL6170
   PROJECT OFFICER I S  C
   INVESTIGATORS I
P
M

J

F
          07/78  I
'24      /  R804608*

  YIN
 WESTERMAN

 OVERCASH

 BARKER
                     FUNDING I  EST,  - FY

                    •02  (GRANT)   PRIOR
                                                             77
                                                           FY76
                                         /  S
 16999

521731
                                               UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
                                               UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
                                               UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
                                               UNIV,  OF MORTH CAROLINA
MILEl 07/76 -PROJECT INITIATION
      07/78 -FINAL REPORT PUBLICATION
  THE FOUR MAIN OBJECTIVES EVALUATE RAINFALL RUNOFF FROM PLOTS WHgR^ ANIMAL
  MANURE OR LAGOON EFFLUENT HAS BEEN APPLIED, THE OBJECTIVES AREt  I, TO
  DETERMINE THE LONG-TERM (5-YEAR)  CROP UPTAKE*  SOIL  ACCUMULATION,  AND W
  ATER-CARRIED MASS MOVEMENT FROM LAND APPLICATION PLOTS SPRINKLER  IRRIGATED
  WITH SWINE LAGOON EFFLUENT} TWO SOIL-CROP SYSTEMS ARE BEING STUDIED,' 2, TO
   DETERMINE THE IMPACT OF SWINE DRYLOT RUNOFF ON STREAM QUALITY IN THE
  COASTAL PLAIN, 3, TO DETERMINE THE QUANTITY AND DUALITY OF SUBSURFACE FLOW
  FROM SPRINKLER IRRIGATED PLOTS HAVING A PERMEABLE SURFACE LAYER  AND A
   LOW.PERMEABILITY LAYER BEGINNING AT 25-50 CM, a, TO DETERMINE THE
   EFFECTIVENESS OF VARIOUS LENGTHS OF GRASSED BUFFER ZONES IN REDUCING
  MASS AND CONCENTRATION IN RUNOFF  FROM LAND APPLICATION PLOTS, THE RESEARCH
  APPROACH FOR THE SWINE DRYLOT STUDY IS TO USE AN ACTUAL PRODUCER  SITE AND
  MONITOR STREAM QUALITY, THE OTHER THREE RESEARCH OBJECTIVES INVOLVE
  VARIOUS APPLICATION RATES AND BUFFER ZONE LENGTHS FOR SMALL PLOTS,' DATA
  IS BEING COLLECTED FOB OBJECTIVE  1 FQR THE FIFTH YEAR AND OBJECTIVE
   2 IS IN THE SECOND YEAR, INSTALLATION QF SAMPLERS  SHOULD BE COMPLETE BY
  JUNE 1, 1977 FOR OBJECTIVES 3 AND «,"

-------
NEW APPROACHES TO THE PRESERVATION  Of  CONTAMINANTS  IN WATER SAMPLES

   START/ CQMPL DATE i     oe/76  - oe/79  i  FUNDING  i EST. - FY   77  / s   3U995
    TASK/EPA  CODE lA6aiA-42      / R80U609-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S   350001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  6     SIMES
   INVESTIGATORS  |    J    3AXENA                    SYRACUSE RESEARCH CORPORATION
   MILEl  09/77 "EVAL.  EFFECT.  OF ANTIBIOTICS  IN CONTROLLING WATER/WASTfWATfR  SA
         09/78 -EVAL.  EFFECT,  OF PRESERVATIVES  IN  DETAIL
     THE  OVERALL  OBJECTIVE 3F  THE THREE  V£AR  STUDY  IS TO DEVISE A NEW,  MORE E
     FFECTIVE  AND POLLUTION-FREE METHOD  OF  PRESERVATION OF WATER AND WASTEWATER
     SAMPLES.  APPROACHES  SUCH  AS THE USE OF ANTIBIOTICS AND BACTERIOLYTIC EN
     ZYMES FOR CONTROLLING MICRO-ORGANISMS  MAY  OFFER A DISTINCT POSSIBILITY AND
     AN IMPROVEMENT  OVER  EXISTING PROCEDURES.  THE  FIRST YEAR  OF THE PROJECT
     WAS  DEVOTED  TO  EVALUATION OF THE  EFFECTIVENESS OF SEVERAL ANTIB
     IGTICS/ANTIBIOTICS MIXTURES AND BACTERIOLYTIC  ENZYMES IN CONTROLLING MICRO
     ORGANISMS IN WATER AND  WASTEWATER SAMPLES  A3  REVEALED BY VIABLE CELL COUNT
      AND OXYGEN  CONSUMPTION RATES. AFTER  TESTING  A LARGE NUMBER OF A
     NTIBIOTIC8 SINGLY AND IN  MIXTURE  OF 2-4,  5-7  ANTIBIOTIC  MIXTURES HAVE BEEN
     SELECTED  BASED  ON THEIR EFFECTIVENESS  IN  CONTROLLING MICROORGANISM
     S  IN WASTEWATER  AND  NATURAL WATER SAMPLES. COMMERCIALLY  AVAILABLE  LYSOZYME
      PREPARATIONS  FAILED TO CONTROL MICROORGANISMS WHEN ADDED WITH
      OR  WITHOUT  EDTA  AND TRIS,  ANALYSIS OF NUTRIENTS IN THE  PRESENCE OF
     ANTIBIOTICS  HAS  REVEALED  THAT  THE COMBINATIONS WHICH INCLUDE ERYTHR
     QMYCIN OR AMPICILLIN CAUSE  INTERFERENCE  IN SOME ANALYTICAL DETERMINATIONS.
     THE  SECOND YEAR  OF THE  PROJECT WILL BE DEVOTED TO DETERMINATION OF THE
     RELATIVE  EFFECTIVENESS  OF THE  PRESERVATIVES SELECTED FOR FURTHER STUDY,  IN
     PREVENTING ALTERATION IN  SAMPLE TEST  PARAMETERS. THE EFFECT OF WATER PARAM
     ETERS SUCH AS  PH, PARTICULATE  MATTER,  INDUSTRIAL CONTAMINANT, ETC., ON THE
      PRESERVATION  *ETHOD WILL ALSO BE ASCERTAINED, STUDIES WILL ALSO BE
     INITIATED TO STUDY THE  EFFECTIVENESS  OF  THE PRESERVATION METHOD AS A
     FUNCTION  OF  STORAGE  PARAMETERS AND  SAMPLE  HANDLING,

-------
 S EXPOSURE TO HALOGENATED ORGANIC3 FROM HIS DRINKING WATER

START/ COMPL DATE I    10/76 " 00/00 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  /  S   204605
 TASK/EPA CODE 106148-007    / R8046H-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S  1629121
PROJECT OFFICER I J    MCCABE
INVESTIGATORS |   T M SHAFIK                   UNIV, OP MIAMI
                  j E DAVIES                   UNIV, OF MIAMI
                  C 0 PFAFFENBERGER            UNIV, OF MIAMI
                  A   PEOPLES                  UNIV, OF MIAMI
MILEI 09/77 -REPORT
      09/7S -REPORT
      09/79 -REPORT
  DBJECTIVESI THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS WORK IS TO DETERMINE THE LEVELS OF HALOG
  ENATED VOLATILE PURGABLES* VOLATILE NQN-PURGABLES* AND HALOGENATED PHENOLS
   IN DRINKING WATER* HUMAN BLOOD* AND  HUMAN ADIPOSE TISSUE AND TQ CQRRE
  LATE THE CONCENTRATION OF THESE TOXICANTS WITH  THE LEVELS FOUND IN MIAMI'S
   DRINKING WATER. APPROACH! DEVELOP METHODOLOGIES FOR THESE THREE GROUP
  s OF TOXICANTS IN WATER* BLOOD AND ADIPOSE TISSUE, DOSE EXPERIMENTAL ANIMA
  LS WITH THESE CHEMICALS TO DETERMINE  LEVELS IN  BLOOD AND FAT TISSUES TO ES
  TABLISH IF THESE HALOGENATED CHEMICALS BIOACCUMULATE IN FATTY TISSUES, AND
   WHAT TYPE OF EQUILIBRIUM OCCURS FOR  THESE CHEMICALS BETWEEN BLOOD AND
  FAT, THE ANIMAL STUDIES WILL LEAD TO  THE FINAL  PORTION OF THE INVF
  STI6ATION WHICH IS A PILOT EPIDEMIOLQ6ICAL STUDY TO RELATE LEVELS OF THESE
  TOXICANTS IN DRINKING *ATER WITH THE  LEVELS DETECTED IN HUMAN BLOOD AND
  ADIPOSE TISSUE, CURRENT PLANS AND/OR  PROGRESS?  THE HALOGENATED PURGABLE
  VOLATILES AND A FEW HALOGENATED NON-PURGABLE VOLATILES AND NON-PUR
  GABLE NON.VOLATILES HAVE BEEN DETECTED IN MUNICIPAL WATER* HUMAN SERUM AND
   ADIPOSE TISSUE, NEGLIGIBLE AMOUNTS OF THESE TOXICANTS WERE FOUND IN WELL
  AND BOTTLED WATER( IN GENERAL* THE PRELIMINARY  DATA INDICATE THAT THE
   APPROACH IN THIS STUDY IS FEASIBLE*  AND THESE  TOXICANTS ARE PRESENT IN
  THE GENERAL POPULAT1DN AT LOW LEVELS,

-------
LIMNOLOGICAL INVC9TICATJON3  OF  WATER  QUALITY AND FISH LARVAE IN LAKE

   START/ COWPL  DATE  I     Oa/76 •  Ofl/79  I FUNDING  I fST. - FY   77  / $
    TASK/EPA CODE  IN60SA-006    /  R80«612      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S  13RUZ81
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  N  A   THOMAS
   INVESTIGATORS  i    c  E  HE»OENDORF                OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  05/77 -ANNUAL  REPORT
         ov78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY,  CENTER FOR LAKE ERIE AREA RESEARCH  (CLEAR) P
     ROP03ES TO CONDUCT STUDIES  OF  (1) WATER QUALITY, PARTICULARLY NtjTRIENTS/OX
     YGEN RELATIONSHIPS,  IN  THE  WESTERN  AND CENTRAL BASINS OP LAKE ERIE AND  (2)
     FISH LARVAE  IN THE WESTERN  BASIN AND SANDUSKY BAY, A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY
     OF THE  STATUS  OF EUTRQPHICATION  IN  LAKE ERIE  IS NOW BEING COMPLETED BY
     CLEAR  IN SUPPORT OF  AN  ASSESSMENT OF THE  EFFECTIVENESS OF NUTRIENT
      CONTROL PROGRAMS, A  SUBPROJECT  OF  THIS GRANT DEALS WITH POPULATIONS ESTI
     MATES  OF FISH  LARVAE  IN WESTERN  LAKE ERIE, DATA GENERATED BY THESE STUDIES
     ALSO FORM THE  BASE OF DETERMINISTIC MODELS NOW UNDER DEVELOPMENT BY
     EPA, LARGE LAKES RESEARCH  STATION,  GROSSE ILE» MICHIGANt THE PROPOSED
     PROJECT WILL BUILD ON THE  INFORMATION OBTAINED THROUGH THE CURRENT PRO
     JECT.  THE GENERAL  OBJECTIVES  OF  THE PROPOSED  WORK INCLUDE! 1. TO DETERMINE
     THE  CONCENTRATION  AND QUANTITY OF NUTRIENTS,  OXYGEN AND BIQMASS I
     NDICATOPS IN THE WATERS OF  THE CENTRAL AND WESTERN BASINS OF LAKE ERIE, 2.
      TO  DETERMINE  THE  KINDS AND QUANTITIES OF CONTAMINANTS ENTERING WESTERN
     LAKE ERIE UNDER  "RUNOFF EVENT" CONDITIONS AND TO IDENTIFY DISTRIBUTION
     PATTERNS IN  THE  LAKE. 3, TO ESTIMATE FISH LARVAE POPULATIONS IN WESTERN
     LAKE ERIE AND  TO ASSESS THE IMPACT  OF INTAKE  ENTRAPMENT ON THESE
     POPULATIONS,

-------
BIO-ORGANIC INDICATORS OF GROUND-WATER POLLUTION

   START/ COMPL DATE |    08/76 - 08/80 I  FUNDING. I  EST,  • FY    77   /  S   169«15
    TASK/EPA CODE IL609B-16     / R804613-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $  1388061
   PROJECT OFFICER I w J  DUNLAP
   INVESTIGATORS I   L G MOBRILL                  OKLA, ST. UNIV.
                     B C MAHILUM                  OKLA, ST. UNIV,
                     s H MQHIUDDIN                OKLA, ST. UNJV,
                     F R LE*CH                    OKLA, ST, UNIV.
                     J C CHANG                    OKLA, ST, UNIV,
                     j j WEBSTER                  OKLA, ST, UNIV,
                     V S CURTIS                   OKLA, ST, UNIV,
                     A 8 ARQUITT                  OKLA, ST, UNIV,
                     J L HOWARD                   OKLA, ST, UNIV,
   MILEl  12/77 -ORGANIC LITERATURE SEARCH
         IP/77 .ATP  LITERATURE SEARCH
     TO IDENTIFY 8IQCHEMJCAI AND ORGANIC INDICATORS  OF GROUND-WATER POLLUTION,
     THIS PROJECT IS IN TWO PARTSl (1) BIOCHEMICAL INOICATORSl INVESTIGATE
     THE  USE OP ATP/ NUCLEIC ACID, PROTEINS, ORGANIC PHOSPHATES AND EN?
     YMfrs AS INDICATORS, DEVELOPMENT OF EXTRACTION AND ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES.* (2)
      ORGANIC INDICATORSI STUDY SORPTION,  RETENTION, AND MODIFICATION OF
     ORGANIC COMPOUNDS THAT ARE ADDED OR ARISE BY MICRQBJAL OR CHEMICAL ACTION,
     PREDICT FATE OF SUCH COMPOUNDS AND DEVELOP ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES,

-------
ORGANIC SUBSTANCES IN THE OHIO RIVER  AND  ASSOCIATED WATER SUPPLIES
                                          FUNDING  I EST,  - FY
                                         '02   CSRANT)   PRIOR
  77

FY76
 / S
/ S
 150000
1500001
                                                                            COM
                                                                       SAN.  COM
                                                                       SAM.  COM
START/ COMPL DATE I    10/76 • 10/78 I
 TA8K/EPA CODE IC614A-7152   / R80«615<
PROJECT OFFICER I W    FE1GE
INVESTIGATORS i   w   RAZOR                    OHIO Riv,  VALL. WTR,
                  R J BOES                     OHIO RIV.  VALU, WTR,
                  R   MILTNER                  OHIO RIV,  VALL, WTR,
MILEl 10/76 -GRANT AWARDED
      10/77 "CONTINUATION GRANT AWARDED
      12/77 -INTERIM REPORT PUBLISHED
      10/78 -PROJECT COMPLETED
      01/79 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
  THIS PROJECT IS DESIGNED TO COMPLEMENT U,S, EPA STUDIES OF ORGANIC
  MATERIALS IN PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES AND WATER SUPPLY SOURCES THROUGHOUT
  THE COUNTRY, SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES AREl 1. TO CONDUCT PLANT-SCALE EVALUATIO
  N3 OF THE INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS WATER  TREATMENT PROCESSES* OR MODIFICATIONS
   OF THOSE PROCESSES,  ON THE REMOVAL OF ORGANIC MATERIALS FROM THE RIVER
  WATER AND THE FORMATION OR REMOVAL OF HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS! 2, TO
  EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF PRESENT PROCESSES FOR PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY TR
  EATMfNT ON THE  ORGANICS IN THE TREATED WATER AND THE INFLUENCE OF SEASONAL
  AND OTHER VARIATIONS  IN THE TYPE AND  CONCENTRATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN
  THE OHIO RIVER  ON THE DRGANICS IN THE TREATED WATER, WITH THE COOPERATION
   AND FINANCIAL  SUPPORT OF SOME PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY UTILITIES USING THE
  OHIO RIVER OR MAJOR TRIBUTARIES AS THE SOURCE OF WATERi PERIODIC RAW AND F
  INISHED WATER SAMPLES* GAS CHRQMATOGRAPH ANALYSIS OF PURGEABLE AND SOLVENT
  EXTRACT PORTIONS WILL BE UTILIZED FOR DETECTION OF ORGANIC MATERIALS, T
  REATMENT PROCESSES IN SELECTED PLANTS WILL BE MODIFIED  AND PROCESS SAMPLES
  WILL ALSO BE ANALYZED FOR ORGANICS, GC/MS EQUIPMENT WILL BE USED FOR
  IDENTIFICATION  OF INDIVIDUAL COMPOUNDS, TOTAL AND FECAL COLIFORM AND TOTAL
  BACTERIAL DENSITIES WILL BE DETERMINED DURING ALL PLANT MODIFICATION
  STUDIES TO INSURE THAT THE BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF THE WATER IS NOT
  ADVERSELY AFFECTED,

-------
PROJECT OFFICER I L R
INVESTIGATORS i
N
N
G   LOFGREEN
R W FERGUSON
P   PRATT
S   BISHOP
D   SELL
           OF SALINE POLLUTION OF THE GRQUNDWATER ATTRIBUTED  TO  DAIRY
OPERATIONS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     08/76 • 10/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77   /  f    J2578
    TASK/EPA CODE IL617D-25     / R804620-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S   67«221
                          SHUYLER
                         SMITH                    CHINO BASIN MUN,  WATER DIST,
                         SMITH                    UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
                                                  UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
                                                  CHINO BASIN MUN,  WATER DIST,
                                                  UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
                                                  UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
                                                  UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
   MILEl  08/76 -PROJECT INITIATED
         io/77 -CONTINUATION FUNDING
         io/78 -FINAL REPORT PUBLICATION
     OBJECTIVES! EVALUATION OF GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN  THE CHINO  HYDRQLOGIC B
     ASIN INDICATES DEGRADATION DUE TO SALINE POLLUTION LEACHED  FROM THE WASTES
      OF  DAIRY COWS, THE MANURE OF THESE ANIMALS IS  KNOWN TO  CONTAIN SOME NUT
     RITIONAL VALUE. TECHNOLOGY EXISTS BY  WHICH THIS FEED CAN BE RECAPTURED. IF
     THE  QUALITY OF THE FOOD PRODUCED IS COMPARABLE  TO MORE NORMAL  RATIONS A
     VIABLE MEANS OF WASTE DISPOSAL WILL BE AVAILABLE, THIS PROJECT is DESIGNED
      TO  TEST AND DEMONSTRATE THE VALUE OF THE FEED  PRODUCED  FROM COW  MANURE.
     APPROACHI DAIRY COW MANURE WILL BE COLLECTED FROM DAIRIES IN SAN  BERNARDIN
     0 COUNTY AND CONVERTED TO FEED PRODUCTS, THIS FEED WILL  BE  PRESENTED UNDER
      TEST CONDITIONS TO GROWING DAIRY HEIFERS, BEEF CATTLE AND  CHICKENS TO
     DETERMINE ITS VALUE IN COMPARISON TO  STANDARD RATIONS, LABORATORY
     EVALUATIONS SHALL  BE CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE THE ABILITY  OF  THE FEED TO
     SUPPORT THE GROWTH OF RUMEN MICROBES  AND TO ASSAY THE AMINO ACID  CONTENT
     OF THE FEED, TOXIC MgTAL DEPOSITS IN  THE FECES, TISSUES  AND ORGANS  OF
     THE  ANIMALS FED IN THE PROGRAM SHALL  BE EVALUATED, CURRENT  PLANSI THE VAR
     IQUS WORK PROJECTS OUTLINED IN THE APPROACH HAVE  BEEN DELEGATED TO  SEVERAL
     CAMPUSES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AND SAN  BERNARDINO STATE COLLEGE
      WHERE EXPERTS IN  THE REQUIRED SCIENTIFIC FIELDS  ARE ON  STAFF. THESE
     PEOPLE WILL PERFORM THE WORK AND REPORT THEIR FINDINGS,  SCHOOLS IN
     VQLVEDt (A) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVISf (8)  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
     RIVERSIDE! CO CALIFORNIA STATE COLLEGE, SAN BERNARDINO,

-------
COMBINED TFSTING PROTOCOL FOR DETECTING  ENVIRONMENTAL  MUTAGENIC AGENTS

   START/ COMPL DATE I     08/76  •  08/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY   77   /  $   115000
    TASK/EPA  CODE ID625F-OOU     /  R80U621      (5RANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I J  F   STARA
   INVESTIGATORS |    M  8  LE6ATQR                  UNIV.  OF  TEXAS
                     J  F  STARA                     U.S.  ENVIRON. PROTECTION  AGCY
   MILEI  os/78  -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE  OF THIS RESEARCH  PROPOSAL  IS  TO COMBINE  INTO A  SINGLE  ANIMAL
      EXPERIMENT AT  LEAST EIGHT  PROCEDURES THAT  HAVE SEEN UTILIZED  HERETOFORE
     IN  SEPARATE ANIMAL STUDIES  FOR  EVALUATING  CHEMICAL  MUTAGENS,  THE  INTE5R
     ATION  OF THESE  VARIOUS PROCEDURES WILL BE  ATT*PTED  WITHOUT SACRIFICING THE
      OPTIMUM CONDITIONS  DEEDED  FOR  OBTAINING MAXIMUM  RESULTS  WHEN  EACH
     PROCEDURE  IS CARRIED OUT IN SEPARATE  ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS,  THE  SUCCESSFUL
      COMPLETION OF  THIS  PROJECT SHOULD  ALLOW A  COMPLETE  PROFILE OF THE
     ACTIVITY OF THE CHEMICAL IN THE ANIMAL TESTED*  ALLOW CORRELATION  OF  THE
     VARIOUS  TESTS  TO BE  MADE UNDER  EXACTLY IDENTICAL  CONDITIONS*  AND  REALIZE
     A SAVINGS  IN TIME  AND *ONEY FOR THE IN-DEPTH  CHARACTERIZATION  OF
     CHEMICAL MUTAGENS,

-------
MICROCOSM AND THEORETICAL EVALUATION OF SUBSTITUTE  CHEMICALS
   START/ COMPL DATE j     10/76
    TASK/EPA CODE JN714A.83
   PROJECT OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS t
            J
            C
            N
            W
            W
                     EATON
   MILEi
09/76
09/77
09/78
09/79
10/79
           •COMPLETE
LISS
GINGERICH
SEIM
CONSTRUCTION
                         10/79 5  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  /  $    50000
                                •02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   ttlOOJl
    OREGON STATE HIGHER EDUC." 3YS
    OREGON STATE HIGHER £DUC. SYS
    OREGON STATE HIGHER EDUC. SYS
    OREGON STATE HIGHER EOUC. SYS
SYSTEMS AND ADO TEST
AND BEGIN
           ORGANISMS
COLLECTION OF PERTURBED
        ORGANISM EFFECT
                                 OF TEST
          -ADD PESTICIDE TO TEST SYSTEMS
          •CONTINUE COLLECTION DF MICROCOSM AND INDIVIDUAL
          -COMPLETE ALL EXPERIMENTAL WORK
          •COMPLETE DRAFT OF FINAL REPORT
THIS RESEARCH HAS THE OBJECTIVE OF DETERMINING THE EFFECTS OF DIELDRIN ON
THE DYNAMICS OF POPULATIONS OF GUPPIES AND THEIR PREY
ORGANISMS, AMPHIPQDS, CQPEPQDSi AND MICROORGANISMS—I
NTERACTING IN LABORATORY ECOSYSTEMS,, THE PREY ORGANISMS OF
                                                                THE
                                                                   ARE
                                                               QUPPIES
 SUPPORTED PRIMARILY BY THE ADDITION OF FOOD MATERIAL PREPARED FROM
DRIED ALFALFA, AND THE GUPPY POPULATIONS ARE EXPLOITED BY REMOVAL AT
DIFFERENT RATES IN DIFFERENT TREATMENT, ANCILLARY AQUARIUM EXPERIMENTS ON
THE EFFECTS OF THE PESTICIDE ON SURVIVAL? REPRODUCTION, AND GROWTH OF
GUPPIFS AND THEIR PREY ORGANISMS ARE CONDUCTED IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO £V
ALUATE, BY COMPARISON TO THE COYSYSTEM STUDY RESULTS, THE ADEQUACY OF SUCH
RELATIVELY SIMPLE AND MORE GENERALLY EMPLOYED EXPERIMENTS FOR PREDICTING e
FFECTS IN MORE COMPLEX ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS. THESE AQUARIUM STUDIES «1LU IN
ADDITION, PROVIDE INFORMATION OF VALUE IN INTERPRETING THE EFFECTS OF
THE PESTICIDE IN THE LABORATORY ECOSYSTEM EXPERIMENTS,

-------
804623
    Three major objectives established for this  project were:  1)  To teach health
personnel, particularly those concerned with health  of migrant,  agricultural, and
pesticide chemical workers and their families how to recognize,  diagnose,  treat and
prevent pesticide illness and poisoning; 2) to develop a system to more accurately
validate, verify and document the incidence of pesticide toxicology by introducing
and making available the use of an acholest screening test;  3)  to  teach an additional
core of individuals in "Train-the-trainer'1 programs  how to  use  the newly developed
training kit so that they, in turn, can teach others about  pesticide illness.
    A training program, including the text, was  prepared and taught in 17 locations
in the United States; additionally, 5 "Train-the-trainer" sessions were held to teach
others to use the ten-module of slide-tape training  kits which  was developed.  The use
of an acholest screening test was demonstrated and kits were distributed to migrant
and rural health clinics.
    Evaluation summaries document that the programs were well  received.  Additional
sessions are planned for areas not yet covered and where repeat  performances are
requested.  Continued follow-up on the use of the acholest  kit  is  planned.

-------
NEW AMINE CARBAMATE GELATION TECHNIQUES  FOR  USE  IN  OIL  SPILL  RECOVERY
OPERATIONS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     05/77 - 05/78  I  FUNDING  I  E3T,  -  FY    77   /  S    29000
    TASK/EPA CODE IB623C-602    / p.804628.01   (5RANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I U     FRANK
   INVESTIGATORS |   W  W BANNISTER                UNIV,  OF  LOWELL
                     A    DONATELLI                UNIV,  OF  LOWELL
                     J    WALKINSHAW               UNIV,  OF  LOWELL
   MILEl  03/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         o5/77 .AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         03/78 -DRAFT FINAL REPORT
         05/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THE  MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THIS RESEARCH IS  TO DEVELOP  FOR  "REAL WORLD"  SITU
     ATIONS AND AMINE CARBAMATE GELATION TECHNIQUE  TO  FACILITATE THE REMOVAL OF
      PETROLEUM DERIVED OIL SPILLED ON OCEAN OR  INLAND  WATERS, THE  SPECIFIC
     OBJECTIVES AREl A, DETERMINATION OF PHYSICAL  PROPERTIES  OF A  SELECTED
     GELLING AGENT (DEHYDROABIETYL AMIN£)» INCLUDING SOLUBILITY AND DETERGENCY
     DETERMINATIONS OF  THE AGENT IN WATER/OIL MATRICES,  8,  DEVELOPMENT OF
     CAR&AMATING AGENTS OTHER THAN CARBON  DIOXIDE,  C,  DETERMINE THE FEASIBILITY
     OF  OIL AND AGENT RECOVERY BY CENTRIFUGATION,  D, PILOT  STUDIES  OF GELATION
     TECHNIQUE IN LARGE LABORATORY WAVE  TANKS. E.  FIELD TESTS OF GELATION
     TECHNIQUE AT EPA TEST FACILITIES. F,  PRELIMINARY  EVALUATION OF AGENT FOR
     GELLING NON PETROLEUM HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.  G,  PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF
      THE GELATION TECHNIQUE'S UTILITY IN  THE PROPHYLACTIC  TREATMENT OF  BEACH
     FRONTS.

-------
EFFECT OF PASTURING ON NON-POINT  SURFACE  RUNOFF

   START/ COMPL DATE I    11/76 • 10/79  |  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   / S   87898
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IL617D-Z9     / R804631-OZ   (gRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S    886281
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  R D   KR£IS
   INVESTIGATORS  i    R K  WHITE                     OHIO ACRIC, RES, i DEV% CENTE
                     R W  VANKEUREN                OHIO AGRIC. RES, & DEV. CP.NTE
                     U 8  QWENS                     U,3i DEPT. OF  AGRICULTURE
                     W M  EDWARDS                   U.S. DEPT, OF  AGRICULTURE
   MILEl  11/76  "PROJECT INITIATED
         10/79  -FINAL  PROJECT REPORT  PUBLISHED
     THIS PROJECT WILL OBTAIN HYDROLOGIC  AND  CHEMICAL DATA  FOR RUNOFF EVENTS  ON
      THREE SELECTED  WATERSHEDS WITH  DIFFERENT LIVESTOCK  PASTURING REGIMES. THE
      HYOROCHEMlCAL  DATA  rflLL BE  EVALUATED  AND COMPARED TO  HYDROLOGIC HISTORY
      OF  THE  WATERSHEDS TO IDENTIFY HYDROLOGIC FACTORS AND  THE LIVESTOCK/AGRO
     NOMIC  MANAGEMENT  PRACTICES THAT  CONTRIBUTE  TO OR DECREASE THE CONTRIBUTION
     OF POLLUTANTS  TO  NON-POINT SURFACE RUNOFF,  ALSO THE  DEGREE  OF BA
     CTEP-IAL  POLLUTION PRESENT IN NON-POINT SURFACE  RUNOFF  FROM  CATTLE PASTURES
     ""ILL BE  ESTABLISHED,  THIS DATA WILL  BE USED IN  DEVELOPING RUNOFF-LOADING
     MODELS FOR PASTURE LAND TO ASSESS NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION POTENTIAL,  A
     MEMORANDUM OF  UNDERSTANDING  BETWEEN  THE  OHIO  AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH  AND
     DEVELOPMENT CEMTER (DAROO*  WQQSTER, OHIO,  AND  THE USDA-ARS NORTH AP
     PALACHIA EXPERIMENTAL WATERSHED  (NAEW),  CQSHOCTQN, OHIO, ENABLES THESE INS
     TITUTIONS  TO CONDUCT  COOPERATIVE RESEARCH,  THE  WATERSHEDS FOR THIS  PROJECT
      HAVE  OVER 30  YEARS  OF HYDROLOGIC HISTORY,  PASTURING REGIMES TO BE  MO
     NTTORED  AREl 1)  ROTATIONAL PASTURING OF  CATTLE  IN THE  SUMMER AND WINTER  FE
     EDING  ON ONE WATERSHED WITH  HAY  BROUGHT  TO  IT,  2) SUMMER ROTATIONAL  PASTUR
     ING  ONLY*  AND  35  WINTER PASTURE  WHERE  CATTLE  ARE FED SAVED  AUTUMN REGROWTH
      AND HAY HARVESTED ON THE SITE,  PERIODIC SAMPLING OF STORM  EVENTS HAS
     BEEN INITIATED  FOR THE THREE PASTURED  WATERSHEDS, ALSO, A FORESTED,
     CONTROL  WATERSHED is  BEING SAMPLED (COMPOSITE), RUNOFF SAMPLES  ARE  BEING
     ANALYZED FOR N  (NH3,  NQ2/N03 AND TOTAL-N),  TOTAL"?'  TOC, COD, BOD,  SED
     IMENT  YIELD AND  SEDIMENT N AND P, THE  PROJECT WAS INITIATED ON  n/i/76 AND
     WILL LAST  THREE  YEARS,

-------
WORKER REENTRY IN FLORIDA CITRUS  • PESTICIDES  IN  THE  AGRICULTURAL
ENVIRONMENT
   START/ COMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE JH61SF
   PROJECT OFFICER I J
   INVESTIGATORS t
   MILEI  oa/77
         07/77
         10/77
         01/78
         01/78
         07/78
         10/78
           Oi/77 «
          7629
           DAVIS
      H N NIGG
      H N NIGG
      J C AlUEN
      R f BROOKS
      H J REITZ
•QUARTERLY REPORT
•QUARTERLY REPORT
•QUARTERLY REPORT
-ANNUAL REPORT
•QUARTERLY REPORT
•QUARTERLY REPORT
-QUARTERLY REPORT
-FINAL REPORT
01/79 I
R8Q4633
FUNDING I  EST,  • FY
    (GRANT)   PRIOR
  77  / $
FY
52000
    1
                STATE UNIVERSITY OF
                AGRIC, RES.  & EDUC.
                STATE UNIVERSITY OF
                STATE UNIVERSITY OF
                STATE UNIVERSITY OF
                            FLA,  SYS.
                            CENTER
                            FLA.  SYS.
                            FLA.  SYS.
                            FLA,  SYS,
         01/79
     OBJECTIVESI  A)  TO CONSTRUCT  THE DISLOD6EABLE  RESIDUE  PROFILE  OF ETHIQN
     (0,Q,0»»0'-TETRAETHYL  8*S'-METHYLENE  BISPHaSPMQRQDlTHlCATE)*  CARBOPH
     ENOTHION  S-CCP-CHLQROPHENYLTHIQ)  METHYL)  0,ODIETHYL  PHOSPHQRODITHIOATE*  A
     ND  DIOXATHION  S,S«-P-DIQXANf«2,3-01YL 0,0-DIETHYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE AND  T
     HEIR OXON METABOLITES  IN  A  FLORIDA  ROUND  ORANGE  ECOSYSTEM,  e)  TO DETERMINE
      THE INFLUENCE  OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES ON  THESE PROFILES,
     APPROACH! A)  EXPERIMENTS  WILL  BE  CONDUCTED DURING THE PERIODS
     JUMP.AUG.,  NQV,»JAN,,  AND  MAR,-JUNE,  THESE PERIODS REPRESENT  DISTINCTIVE
     ENVIRONMENTAL  CONDITIONS  IN  FLORIDA,  TEMPERATURE* HUMIDITY,  FREE WATER ON
     LEAVES  AND  FRUIT, RAINFALL,  SOLAR INCIDENCE,  AND WIND SPEED  AND DIRECTION
      WILL BE  MONITORED DURING  EACH  EXPERIMENT, B)  PESTICIDES WILL  BE APPL
     IEO WITH  CONVENTIONAL  MEANS* AND  SAMPLING OF  AIR* LEAVES,  SOIL* FRUIT, AND
     COVER CROP  WITH TIME  WILL  BE PERFORMED,  GLC ANALYSES  OF  RESIDUE LEVELS
     WILL BE RUN  WITH COMPLETE  CHEMICAL  CHARACTERIZATION OF CONVERSION PR
     OOUCTS, C)  COMPREHENSIVE  STATISTICAL  ANALYSES  WILL BE RUN  ON  THE DATA WITH
      PARTICULAR  ATTENTION  PAID  TO  THE CORRELATION  OF RESIDUE LEVELS WITH
     ENVIRONMENTAL  VARIABLES,

-------
EFFECTS OF VIRUS PARTICLE ACGREGATION  ON  THE  DISINFECTION OF WATER


                                •  09/79  I  FUNDING  I  EST, -  FY    77   /  $   106133
                                /  R604635-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $    999971
START/ COMPL DATE I     08/76
 TASK/EPA CODE IC614 -7167
   PROJECT  OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS  I
J
D
J
R
D
   MILEI
      08/76
      06/77
      07/77
      07/78
      10/78
      07/7*»
      10/79
                                               UNIV.
                                               UNIV.
                                               UNIV,
                                               UNIV,
                                             PROCESSED
                                             PROCESSED
OF
OF
OF
OF
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
CAROLINA
                                                                           THE
                     HQFF
                    SHARP
                    JOHNSON
                    FLOYD
                    YOUNG
          -PROJECT START
          -INTERIM REPORT PUBLISHED
          -CONTINUATION FUNDING PACKAGE
          -CONTINUATION FUNDING PACKAGE
          -ANNUAL REPORT
          -PROJECT COMPLETED
          -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
THE SURVIVAL OF VIRUS IN WATER TREATED WITH DISINFECTING AGENTS is
PRACTICALLY DEPENDENT ON THE PHYSICAL STATf OF THE VIRUS PARTICLES IN
WATER; THIS RESEARCH is DIRECTED TO REVEAL THE NATURE OF VIRION AGGRE
GATION, TO MEASURE IT AS PRECISELY AS CAN BE, AND TO SEEK QUANTITATIVE
ATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE DATA so GATHERED AND THE INACTIVATION RATE OF vi*us
INFECTIVITY TO DIFFERENT DISINFECTING AGENTS ORATING ON THE AG
GREGATED VIRUS. AGENTS OF PRIMARY INTEREST WILL BE VARIOUS ACTIVE FORMS OF
CHLORINE AND VIRUSES OF CHIEF CONCERN WILL BE THOSE OF THE ENTERIC GROUP,
 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES WILL BE USED FOR DIRECT OBSERVATION AND
ASSAY OF VIRION AGGREGATION BY FLECTRQN MiCROSCQPY SUPPLEMENTED BY
MORE SENSITIVE BUT LESS DIRECT DIFFERENTIAL ULTRACENTR
IFUGATION. COMPLEX FORMATION BETWEEN VIRIONS AND PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE
WATER WILL BE EXAMINED AS WELL AS THE EFFICIENCY OF CLUMPS OF VIRIONS TO
PLAQUE FORMATION, THE POSSISILITY THAT VIRUS MAY EXIST IN A
CONFORMATIONALLY RESISTANT STATE, AND THE INCREASE OF TITER OF CHLOR
INE-TREATEO VIRUS THROUGH SUBSEQUENT AGGREGATION, THEN EXPERIMENTS WILL BE
DONE BY A GROUP CONSISTING OF ? HALOGEN CHEMISTS AND 2 VIROLOGISTS WITH 0

-------
804639
     A literature review was conducted to provide  a basis  for analyzing
the results of previous tests on surface treatment agents,  comparing
agent effectiveness, and recommending agents  for the preliminary  field
tests.  Preliminary field tests of agent effectiveness,  toxicity, and
application techniques were undertaken on salt-marsh sections and simu-
lated beaches.  The surface treatment agents  tested were film-forming
agents (polyvinyl acetate, xanthan gum, citrus pectin,  sodium silicate,
and borate-silicate mixture), surfactant/dispersing agents  (BP 1100-X,
EP 1100-WD, and Exxon Corexit 7664), and a  surfactant/collecting  agent
(Shell Oil Herder).  From the results of the  preliminary field tests,
two film-forming agents, polyvinyl acetate  and xanthan  gum,  and the
surfactant/collecting agent, Shell Oil Herder, were recommended for and
tested during the full-scale field tests at Sewaren Beach,  New Jersey.
In addition,  a flowing film of water was tested for effectiveness as a
surface treatment agent.

-------
FUNDI
02 C
NG 1 E8T
SCANT)
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
• - FY
PRIOR
TEXAS
TEXAS
TEXAS
77
FY76 /
STATE
STATE
STATE
/ s
s
UNI
UNI
UNI
OXIDATION OF WATER SUPPLY REFRACTORY SPECIES  BY  OZONE  WITH  ULTRAVIOLET
RADIATION
   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/76 • 08/79  I  FUNDING  I  E8T,  -  FY    77   /»    6B9ia
    TASK/F.PA CODE tC6i« -7139   / R80«6ao»o2   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  s    590771
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  K  CARSWELU
   INVESTIGATORS i   w  H GLAZE
                     J  E HENDERSON
                     R    RAWLEY
   MILEi  06/76  "PACKAGE PROCESSED
         09/76  -GRANT AWARDED
         08/77  -CONTINUATION  FUNDING PACKAGE  PROCESSED (02  YEAR)
         08/78  -CONTINUATION  FUNDING PACKAGE  PROCESSED (03  YEAR)
         09/77  "INTERIM REPORT  PUBLISHED (02  YEAR)
         09/78  -INTERIM REPORT  PUBLISHED (03  YEAR)
         08/79  -PROJECT COMPLETED
         11/79  -FINAL REPORT  PUBLISHED
     THIS PROJECT WILLI A,  INVESTIGATE  THE FEASIBILITY FOR  THE REMOVAL  OF
     CERTAIN REFRACTORY ORGANIC COMPOUNDS  FROM  WATER AT THE CONCENTRATION LEVE
     LS  AT WHICH SUCH COMPOUNDS ARE  OFTEN  FOUND  IN  RAW AND  TREATED  DRINKING  WAT
     ER  SUPPLIES, THE METHOD  TO BE EXPLORED CONSISTS OF OXIDATION WITH  OZONE/OX
     YGEN OR OZONE/AIR  IN THE PRESENCE  AND ABSENCE  OF  ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION.  B.
      DETERMINE THE  RATES OF  OXIDATION  OF  SUCH  COMPOUNDS  UNDER VARIOUS
     REACTOR CQNDITlONSi I.E, INTENSITY  OF ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION, T
     EMPERATUREf CONCENTRATION, ETC. C.  DETERMINE  BY MS/GC  THE INTERMEDIATE  AND
     FINAL OXIDATION/PHOTOLYSIS PRODUCTS WHICH  ARE  FORMED FROM T*E  03/UV
     TREATMENT  OF A  SERIES  OF APPROPRIATE  COMPOUNDS, INCLUDING!  HALOMETHANE  P
     RECURSORS  (HUMIC ACIDS), HALOMETHANES INCLUDING PARTICULARLY CHLOROFORM, A
      POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBON,  POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS, AND OTHER
     SELECTED ORGANICS  WHICH  OCCUR IN NATURAL AND  TREATED WATERS, D,
     EVALUATE THE FEASIBILITY OF UTILIZING OZONE/UV  TREATMENT  AS A  PRACTICAL
     MEANS OF REMOVING  REFRACTORY ORGANICS FROM  WATER* AND.  ESTABLISH THE
     DESIGN PARAMETERS  FOR  THE  PROCESS  AT  AN  APPROPRIATE  SCALE,

-------
PRELIMINARY MULTI-MEDIA AND ASSESSMENT OF POLLUTION PROBLEMS  IN  THE  FOOD
 INDUSTRY
   START/ COMPL DATE g     04/77 • 10/77 I FUNDING I E3T,  «  FY   77   /  3    a7000
    TASK/EPA CODE l860«B«08a    / R804642.02  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7fe  / S   850001
   PROJECT OFFICER I K  A  DOSTAL
   INVESTIGATORS I   J  L JONES                    SRI  INTERNATIONAL
   MILEI  oa/77 «FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         0
-------
DETECTION OF CARCINQGENICITY OF OILS IN SEA  WATER  -  USE  OF  HYBRID FISH
AND FOOD CHAINS                                                 _,          .„„«
   START/ COHPL DATE I     08/76 • 08/79 I  FUNDING  I  E3T.  -  FY    77   /  $    «5000
    TA9K/EPA CODE IQ625F-1-03   / R«0«650«02  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / *    411501
   PROJECT OFFICER I N  L  RICHARDS
   INVESTIGATORS I   D  G HUMM                     UNIV.  OF  NORTH CAROLINA
   MILEI os/78 -REPORT  ON SCREENING METHOD
         i2/7« -FINAL REPORT ON VALIDATED  BIOASSAY METHOD
         12/79 "FINAL REPORT ON METHOD AND MECHANISM
     WE  HAVE DEVELOPED  AND ARE CONTINUING  THE  TESTING  OF A  QUICK,  SENSITIVE
     METHOD OF DETECTION OF WATER-BORN CARCINOGENS USING LABORATORY REARED
     FISH,  AS A PART OF AN OVERALL SCREENING SYSTEM  FOR  CARCINOGENS. WE  HOPE
     TO  EXTEND THE TECHNIQUE TO A TISSUE CULTURE SYSTEM,  EARLY APPLICATIONS ARE
      ALSO PLANNED TO INCLUDE THE EXAMINATION  OF THE KINETICS  OF
     TRANSMISSION OF CARCINOGENS ALONG NATURALLY OCCURRING  FOOD CHAINS.

-------
PREPARE IDENTIFICATION MANUAL FOR THE ROTIFERS

   START/ COMPL DATE |    04/77 » 09/78 1  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77/8    12500
    TASK/EPA CODE iA6i3A»ia     / Reoafesa-oi   CGRANTJ   PRIOR  FY   /           i
   PROJECT OFFICER j C I  WEBER
   INVESTIGATORS j   J E GANNON                   UNIV,  OF MICHIGAN
   MILFl 09/78 -COMPLETE IDENTIFICATION MANUAL FDR THE ROTIFERS
     OBJECTIVES TO DEVELOP AN IDENTIFICATION  MANUAL  FOR  THE COMMON SPECIES OF
     ROTIFERS IN TH£ UNITED STATES, APPROACHj THE GRANTEE WILL USE PERSONAL
      KNOWLEDGE OF ROTIFER IDENTIFICATION  AND CONSOLIDATE PUBLISHED INFORMATION
      ON THE TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY OF THE ROTIFERS TO PREPARE A KEY FOR THEIR
      IDENTIFICATION AND SUMMARIZE DATA ON THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
      AND POLLUTION TOLERANCE. OUTPUTS AN  AGENCY REPORT  CONTAINING A  KEY
     TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE ROTIFERS AND SUMMARY DATA ON THEIR
     ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND POLLUTION TOLERANCE,

-------
804661



(1) Objectives are to (a) develop a "framework" for the systematic  analysis  in the
sodoeconomic  context of policies to control hazardous wastes,  (b)  to  make a
generalized analysis of the majority of existing and potential  policies  for  hazard
ous waste control, and to array these policies so that the different  impacts  and
trade-offs between alternative policies are demonstrated.

(2) Approach will  be to identify the "parties-at-interest" and  the  nature of  the
impacts to which they are subjected, together with their possible responses.
This will lead to  generalized policy analysis using benefit/cost analysis tech-
niques for quantifiable elements.  Impacts of each policy-waste combination will
be compared.  The  approach will be demonstrated by the use of one or  two case
     s  in which the analysis is pursuea in greater detail.

-------
WATER-QUALITY HYDROLOGY OF SURFACE-MINED  WATERSHEDS

   START/ COHPL DATE I     09/76 •  09/78  I  FUNDING  I  ESTi  "  FY    77   /  $    59000
    TASK/EPA CODE 186238-419    /  R804673-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S    390001
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  C  WILMOTH
   INVESTIGATORS I   D  8 MCWHQRTER                COLORADO  STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     G  V SKOGERBOE                COLORADO  STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILE §  09/76 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         10/76 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         10/77 •CONTINUATION
         09/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT  IS  TO  DEVELOP  A  MANUAL  OF PROCEDURES  FOR @U
     AMTITATIVELY ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF  INDIVIDUAL SURFACE  MINING PROJECTS  ON
      THE WATER RESQURE8 IN THE AFFECTED  WATERSHED.  ONE APPROACH  IS TO GATHER
      ALL PERTINENT DATA THAT IS AVAILABLE AND DETERMINE  THE  REQUIRED  PARA
     METERS  BY FITTING  THE MODEL TO THE  DATA.  THE  SECOND  APPROACH is TO use  A  w
     ATERSHED MODEL TO  GENERATE "FIELD"  DATA  FOR A WIDE VARIETY  OF  HYPOTHETICAL
     SITUATIONS AND DETERMINE THE  REQUIRED PARAMETERS  FOR THE  SIMPLER  MODEL,  A
     CORRELATION BETWEEN THE PARAMETERS  AND CONDITIONS SIMULATED  8Y THE WA
     TERSHED MODEL WILL BE *ADE* THE  CORE  OF  THE MANUAL WILL  BE  A WATER-QUALITY
     HYDROLOGY MODEL DEVELOPED IN  A PREVIOUS  PROJECT.  THIS  MODEL  HAS BEEN
     TESTED  SUCCESSFULLY QN FOUR WATERSHEDS PREVIOUSLY,  AND WILL  BE FURTHER
     TESTED  USING DATA  NOW BEING COLLECTED AT  MANY LOCATIONS  IN  THE ROCKY
     MOUNTAIN REGION, DETAILED PROCEDURES  FOR  TRANSLATING BASIC  WATERSHED
     OBSERVATIONS INTO  THE APPROPRIATE MODEL  PARAMETERS Will  BE  GIVEN,

-------
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING t ASSESSMENT  or  COAL  STRIP MINING & RECLAMATION
 IN THt FOUR CORNER AREA
   START/ COMPL  DATE I     09/76  «  10/79  I  FUNDING  I C3T. • FY   77  / «   1«3000
    TASK/EPA CODE  IB623B-418     /  R804679-02   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S   1960001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  J  F  MARTIN
   INVESTIGATORS  |    M  M FQGEL                     UNIV, OF ARIZONA
                     J  L THAMES                    UNIV, OF ARIZONA
                     T  R VERMA                     UNIV, OF ARIZONA
                     L  H HEKMAN                    UNIV, OF ARIZONA
                     L    DUCKSTEIN                 UNIV, OF ARIZONA
   MILEl  08/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE  SUBMITTED
         09/77 "AWARD FUNDED
         0p/78 -AWARD CONTINUATION
         10/79 -FINAL REPORT  RECEIVED
    THE  OVERAU OBJECTIVE  OF THE  PROJECT  IS TO DEVELOP CRITERIA  FOR THE  OPT
    IMAL MANAGEMENT  OF LAND  THAT  HAS  BEEN  DISTRIBUTED BY COAL  STRIP MINING ACT
    xvirxESi THE CRITERIA  WILL  BE  BASED  ON MINIMIZING AIR AND  WATER POLLUTION.
    SPECIFICALLY,  THE  SECOND PHASE OF THE  PROJECT WILL BE DEVOTED PRINCIPALLY
    TO MONITORING  (1)  TWO  SELECTED GRQUNDWATER BASINS, (2) THREE SURFACE
    WATER  SITES AND  (3)  THREE AIR  QUALITY  SITES TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTS  OF
    STRIP  MINING ON  THE ENVIRONMENT,  SEVERAL  HOLES WILL BE DRILLED, CASED
    AND  MONITORED  FOR  EACH OF THE  SHALLOW  GROUNDWATER BASINS,  INFILTRATION ST
    UDIE8  WILL BE  USED TQ  ASCERTAIN THE  MOBILITY  OF POLLUTANTS FROM THE  LAND S
    URFACE  TO GROUNDWATER, THE  SURFACE WATER  SITES WILL INVOLVE  BOTH MINED AND
      UNDISTURBED AREAS AS  «ELL  AS  REVEGETATED AREAS WHICH ARE  EITHER
    IRRIGATED OP RAINFED,  HIGH  VOLUME AIR  SAMPLERS WILL BE USED  TO MONITOR
    PARTICIPATE CONCENTRATIONS  BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER MINING DEVELOPMENT,

-------
YERSINIA ENTEROCOLITICA • RESERVOIRS  AND  IMPORT  IN  HUMAN  DISEASE

   START/ COMPL DATE J     00/76 •  00/79  |  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /$    31000
    TASK/EPA CODE ID607A-044     /  R604681      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $    290001
   PROJECT OFFICER I V  J  CABELLI
   INVESTIGATORS I   M  J PICKETT                  UNIV. OF  CALIFORNIA
                     S  M HARVEY                   CALIF,  STATE UNIV.  &  COLLEGES
   MILEt 06/78 -DEVELOPMENT  AND EVALUATION OF  ENUMERATION METHOD
         09/79 -ECOLOGY OF PATHOGEN  IN  RELATION  TO  POLLUTION  SOURCES
     OUR OBJECTIVES  ARE THREEFOLDI  (1)  REFINEMENT  QF A  NEW  DIFFERENTIAL  MEDIUM
     TO PROVIDE A SENSITIVE  METHOD FOR  DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF  Y
     ERSINIA ENTEROCOLIHC £2)  ELUCIDATION OF  THE  ECOLOGY OF  Y,  ENTEROCOLITICA,
     AND (15 CLARIFICATION OF  THE  RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN  THE  WATER STRAINS OF  Y.
      ENTEROCOLITICA AND THE  STRAINS  OF  ANIMAL AND  HUMAN  ORIGIN, TOWARD  THE
      ACHIEVEMENT OF THESE OBJECTIVES*  WE  HAVE DEVELOPED  A  DIFF
     ERENTIAL MEDIUM FOR Y,  ENTEROCOLITICA EMPLOYING MANGANOUS SULFATE  AND UREA
     AS THE  INDICATOR SYSTEM,  WE APE  PRESENTLY TESTING  THE  EFFICACY OF  THIS  MED
     IUM WITH VARIOUS SELECTIVE AGENTS  WHEN USING  MEMBRANE  FILTRATION ISOLATION
      PROCEDURES. AFTER EXTENSIVE  LABORATORY TESTING OF OUR METHOD, WE
     WILL DO A FIELD STUDY TO  QUANTIFY  Y,  ENTEROCOLITICA  IN WATER AS WELL AS IN
      OTHER  ENVIRONMENTAL SOURCES,  TO DATE? USING  NON-QUANTITATIVE  METHODS,  WE
     HAVE ISOLATED 62 STRAINS  OF Y.  ENTEROCOLITICA  FROM WATER PLUS  a
     STRAINS FROM FECAL SWABS  OF SQUIRRELS AND 3 STRAINS  FRQM RQDENT BURROWS,
     OVER THE PAST YEAR, WE  HAVE SUBJECTED OUR ISOLATES AND STRAINS COLLECTED
      FROM OTHERS (A TOTAL OF  200  STRAINS) TO  300  TESTS,  THE  DATA GENERATED  BY
     THESE TESTS WILL BE STATISTICALLY  ANALYZED  AND RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE
     ORGANISMS GRAPHICALLY DEPICTED  USING  NUMERICAL TAXONOMY  METHODS.
     THESE RELATIONSHIPS WILL  BE FURTHER  CONFIRMED  BY DNA HYBRIDIZATION AND
     BACTERIOPHAGE TYPING,

-------
AN INVESTIGATION OF
 E3TUARINE SPECIES
   START/ COMPL DAT
    TASK/EPA CODE I
   PROJECT OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS |
   MILEl  08/76  -FIN
     A  COOPERATIVE
     OF PHILADEUPHI
     EFFECT OF  RESI
     TO DETERMINE T
     FFECT8, TO SEL
     FINFISH AND SH
     ENVIRONMENTAL
     EFFECTS OF RE3
     DETERMINED ON
     REGIMES SET FO
     ACCEPTABILITY
 THE ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RESIDUAL OZONE TO SELECTED
E I
Q62SA*
I W P
  D T
AL REP
EFFORT
A AND
DUAL 0
HE TOX
ECTED
ELLFIS
CONOIT
IDUAL
THE SA
RTH AB
OF 020
08/76 » 06/78 t  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY
      / R804683-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR
                                       77  / S
                                     FY76 / $
                                          50000
                                         800001
 DAVIS
BURTON
ORT
 IS PRO
THE UNI
     TO
ICITY 0
COMMERC
H SPECI
IONS, w
OZONE T
ME SPEC
OVE. FI
NE AS A
                  PHILA. ACAD, OF NAT, SCIENCES
POSED
VERSIT
 SELEC
F RESI
IALLY
E3 AND
E WILL
o THOS
IES AN
NALLYi
N ALTE
            BETWE
            Y OF
            TED E
            DUAL
            AND/0
             THEI
             ALSO
            E OF
            D LIF
             WE P
            RNATI
EN THE
MARYLAN
STUARIN
OZONE,
R RECRE
R LIFE
RESIDUA
E STAGE
ROPOSE
VE TO c
ACADEMY
D TO ST
E SPECI
BOTH LE
ATIONAL
STAGES
E THE T
L CHLOR
S UNDER
TO EVAL
HLQRINE
 OF NATURAL SCIENCES
UDY THE ECOLOGICAL
ES. WE PROPOSE
THAL AND SUBLETHAL E
LY IMPORTANT ESTUARINE
UNDER VARIOUS
OXICOLOGICAI
INE WHICH ARE BEING
 THE SAME EXPERIMENTAL
UATE THE ENVIRONMENTAL

-------
ORGANIC  CONTAMINANT REMOVAL BY CLAY  MINERALS AND WASTE
                                                           75359
                                    UNJV, Qp ILLINOIS

                                    U,S| DEPT,  OF  THE INTERIOR
                                    UNIV, OF ILLINOIS
                                          OF ILLINOIS
START/ COMPL DATE |    07/76 - 06/78 I  FUNDING I EST,  -  FY   77  / *

p^r^&jrr^wpeoat8tt  oi   RI°*  "'» "
INVESTIGATORS i   R A GRIFFIN
                 R A GRIFFIN
                 E S CHIAN
                 R A CARNES
MILEI  10/78 -FINAL REPORT
  THE  PURPOSE OF THE PROPOSED RESEARCH  IS TO MEASURE THE CAPACITY OP SEL
  ECTED CLAY MINERALS AND WASTE COAL CHARS TO ADSORB HAZARDOUS ORGANIC  COMPO
  UNDS FROM PURE AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS  OF THE COMPOUNDS  AND FROM MANUFACTURING N
  rill* T?ATuCO?IAl* ™E COMPOUNDS,  THE ADSORPTION WILL BE MEASURED AS  A FUN
  CTION OF PH,  CONCENTRATION OF ADSORBATE AND ADSORBENT, AND TJME ' THF  ADSOR
  PTION OP FAMILIES  OF COMPOUNDS  WILL BE MEASURED TO SYSTEMATICALLY DETMM?!
  E THE MECHANISMS RESPONSIBLE  F0R  ADSORPTION.  TO AID  IN A SYSTEMATIC EVALUA
  TION OF MECHANISMS RESPONSIBLE  FOR ATTENUATION, A  COMPREHENSIVE CRITICAL R
  EVIEW OF LITERATURE  «IU BE UNDERTAKEN, THE VARIOUS  ADSORBENTS TESTED ilLL
  BE EVALUATED  AS TO  THEIR POTENTIAL USEFULNESS  AS  LINERS FOR
  LANDFILLS ACCEPTING  HAZARDOUS ORGANIC-BEARING WASTES, THE RESULTS OF
  THIS STUDY SHOULD  ALLOW PREDICTIVE MODELS TO  BE DEVELOPED THAT WILL AID RE
  SEARCHERS AND  REGULATORY AGENCIES  IN PREDICTION OF ADSORPTION BEHAVIOR
  THE RELATIVE POLLUTION HAZARDS  OF  UNTESTED COMPOUNDS WITH SIMILAR
  STRUCTURES•

-------
ACCUMULATION AND FATE OF POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS  SUBSTANCES  IN RECENT
SEDIMENTS OF LAKE HURON AND SACINAW BAY
   START/ COMPL DATE I     01/76 • 07/78  t  FUNDING  I  EST. - FY    77   /»    60198
    TASK/EPA CODE IN608A-014    / R80«686-02   (S»ANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  »    500001
   PROJECT  OFFICER I  M  D  MULLIN
   INVESTIGATORS I   J  A ROBBINS                  UNIV, OF MICHIGAN
                     K  A JOHAN8EN                 UNIV, OF MICHIGAN
                     J  R KREZ08KI                 UNIV, OF MICHIGAN
                     K    REMMERT                  UNIV, OF MICHIGAN
   MILEI  10/78  -FINAL REPORT DUE
     THE  AIM OF THIS  STUDY  13  TWOFOLDl  (1)  TO OBTAIN PRESENT AND HISTORICAL
     RATES  OF ACCUMULATION  OF  METALS AND NUTRIENTS IN  THE  FINE-GRAINED
     SEDIMENTS  OF LAKE  HURON AND (2)  TO EVALUATE THE ROLE  OF RESUSPENSION AND
     SEDIMENT-WATER  EXCHANGE PROCESSES  IN  THE REGULATION OF WATER QUALITY,  TO
      ACCOMPLISH THE  FIRST  OBJECTIVE, NULTIPLE  UNDISTURBED 50  CM LONG CORE8
      COLLECTED OVER  A  WIDE  AREA OP THE LAKE HAVE  BEEN SECTIONED ABOARD  SHIP
     VT.A  HYDRAULIC EXTRUSIOM WHICH  PERMITS  PRECISE CM  THICK SECTIONING OF FL
     UID  SEDIMENTS NEAR  THE  SEDIMENT-WATER  INTERFACE,  CORE SECTIONS*  FROZEN FOR
      PRESERVATION,  ARE  SUBSEQUENTLY FREEZE DRIED  AND  ACID EXTRACTS  A
     NALYZED FOR NA,  MG,  CA,  K,  MN,  FE, ZN, CU, NI,  P8, CR, P  AND CD  VIA  ATOMIC
      ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETRY,  IN  ADDITION, SELECTED  SUBSAMPLES  OF
      WHOLE  DRV SEDIMENT ARE ANALYZED VIA  NEUTRON  ACTIVATION ANALYSIS FOR AL»
     CA,  FF.,  K,  MG,  NM,  FE,  NA,  TI,  AS, BA, BR, CE,  CO, CR, CS,  CU,  EU,  HF,
     LA,  LU,  RB»  SB,  SC,  SM,  TH,  U,  V,  AND  YB8  SEDIMENTATION RATES  ARE DP.
     TERMINED PRIMARILY  FROM VERTICAL PROFILES  OF  LEAO-SIO WITH  FALLOUT  CESIUM-
     137  PROVIDING SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION. CONCENTRATION DATA IN  COMBINATION
     WITH SEDIMENTATION  RATES  GIVE  ESTIMATES OF THE  NET FLUX OF
     ELEMENTS TO SEDIMENTS,  TO ACCOMPLISH  THE SECOND OBJECTIVE WE WILL INTE
     NSIVF.LY STUDY SEASONAL  VARIATIONS  IN  SEDIMENT-WATER EXCHANGE AT  ONE  OR TWO
     MARKED  LOCATION  IN  SAGINAW  BAY.  RESUSPENSION  EFFECTS  AND  PARTICLE SINKING
     RATES  WILL BE DETERMINED  FROM  STANDARD AND AUTOMATED  MICROTRAPS. LO
     NG TERM RESUSPENSION  EFFECTS WILL  BE  ESTIMATED  FROM RESURVEY OF  CESIUM-UT
      FINE-GRAINED DEPOSITS  IN THE  BAY, DIVER-COLLECTED CORES  WILL  BE
     SECTIONED  AND SAMPLED  FOR PORE WATER  UNDER CONDITIONS APPROXIMATING  THE  IN
     SITU ENVIRONMENT AND  DIRECT FLUX MEASUREMENTS ON  RECOVERED  CORES WILL
     COMPLEMENT PORE  WATER  STUDIES.  THE ROLE OF BENTHlC FAUNA  ON SEDIMENT-WATER
      EXCHANGE  WILL  BE  INVESTIGATED BOTH IN THE FIELD  AND  IN THE LABORATORY,
      MULTIPLE  RADIOTRACER  ^ETHODS  WILL BE  USED TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT  OF
     SELECTED BENTHOS ON THEIR SEDIMENTARY  ENVIRONMENT,

-------
FOOD WEBS,  POPULATIONS,  AND PRODUCTIVITY IN A SOUTHEAST  COASTAL  MARINE
MARSH
   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/76 • 08/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77   /  $    50000
    TASK/EPA CODE IQ625A»J«07   / R*Oa688.Q2  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $    700001
   PROJECT  OFFICER I W  P  DAVIS
   INVESTIGATORS I   N  A CHAMBERLAIN              COLL.  OF CHARLESTON
                     C  K BIERNBAUM                COLL.  OF CHARLESTON
   MILEl  08/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY IS TO ESTABLISH LIFE  HISTORY  AND ECOLOGICAL
     INFORMATION ABOUT .SALT MARSH COMMUNITIES IN THE NORTH EOISTO ESTUARY,
     LEADENWAH MARSH. THIS SITE WAS CHOSEN BECAUSE OF  ITS ISOLATION FROM £XC
     ESSIVE INFLUENCE OF HUMAN ACTIVITIES. ADDITIONALLY  THE SITE IS ADJACENT TO
     THE  E.P.A. SEARS BLUFF FIELD STATION, THERE, STUDIES ON  EFFECTS OF  LOW
     LEVELS OF HALOGENATEQ POLLUTANTS UPON MIXED COMMUNITIES  OF  MARSH ORGANISMS
     ARE  BEING DONE, STUDIES OF THE LIFE HISTORIES OF  ORGANISMS  ON THE
     OYSTER BEDS, MUD,  AND MARSH GRASS HABITATS WILL SUPPLY VALUABLE BASELINE
     DATA ABOUT BREEDING CYCLES, ONTOGENY  AND TROPHIC  RELATIONSHIPS,
     THEREBY PROVIDING  INSIGHT FOR THE ECOSYSTEM MODELS  RUN AT AT BEARS  BLUFF,
      THE BASIC STUDY PLAN COMBINES EXPERTISE IN MYCOLOGY, PLANT PHYSIOLOGY,
     PARASITOLQGY, GENETICS, INVERTEBRATE  AND VERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY, AND
     ECOLOGV.THE SECOND  YEAR OF THE STUDY  WILL FOCUS MORE CLOSELY ON STUDIES ON
     PRODUCTIVITY AND TROPHIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THE  MARSH ORGANISMS,  UNDRR
     CONSIDERATION (AMONG OTHER STUDIES) ARE HABITAT SELECTION AND TROPHIC
     RELATIONSHIPS OFI  AMPHIPOOS, FISHES,  AND FISH LARVAE IN  THE UPPER MARSH?
     INTERTIDAL AND 8UBTIDAL BENTHIC CRUSTACEA) AND FISHES OF  THE LARGER CREE

-------
COMPARATIVE KINETIC STUDIES OF NUTRIENT  UPTAKE  AND  GROWTH  IN THE GREAT
LAKES PMVTDPLAIS/KTQNS
   STAPT/ COMPL DATE |     08/76 •  07/79  I  FUNDING  I  EST. - FY   77   /  $    75000
    TASK/EPA  CODE IN608A.028    /  R80«689-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $    500001
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I V  J   8IERMAN
   INVESTIGATORS  I    S    RHEE                      STATE  OIV, OF LABS.  &  RESEARC
   MILEI  06/77  -MANUSCRIPT  ACCEPTED  FOR  PUBLICATION  IN  LIMNOLOGY &  OCEANOGRAPHY
         06/77  "CHAPTER PREPARED FOR ADVANCES  IN AQUATIC MICROBIOLOGY
     IN  FRESHWATER  ENVIRONMENTS! LIMITING  NUTRIENT  FOR  BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTION  IS
      FREQUENTLY  P  FOLLOWED BY N.  RECENT STUDIES OF  NUTRIENT -LIMITED  GROWTH
     IN  PMYTOPLANKTQN REVEALED THAT  GROWTH RATE  is  REGULATED BY INTR
     ACELLULAR  NUTRIENT POOL(S). IN  CASE OP P,  CELLULAR  INORGANIC POLYPHOSPHATE
     (PPI)  IS THE GROWTH  REGULATING  POOL IN SCENEDESMUS  SP, AND THIS POOL ALSO
     APPEARS  TO AFFECT  P  UPTAKE ALONG WITH EXTERNAL  P LEVELS.  FOR N, SUCH A
      RESERVE COMPOUND  HAS  NOT BEEN  INVESTIGATED.  THEREFORE* IT WILL Bf  TNVES
     TIGATED  WHETHER THE  INVOLVEMENT OF  PPI IN  p.LIMITED GROWTH AND P  UPTAKE  is
      UNIVERSAL IN  ORGANISMS BELONGING TO  VARIOUS  TAXDNOMJC GROUPS  AND
     WHETHER  THERE  iXlSTS  N POOL(S)  SIMILAR TO  PPI  FOR  N.LIMITED GROWTH  AND
      N  UPTAKE. ATTEMPTS  WILL  BE MADE TO DEVELOP KINETIC MODELS FOR GROWTH A
     ND  N AND P UPTAKE  INVOLVING NUTRIENT  POOLS, THE TRANSITION BETWEEN  N AND P
     LIMITATION IS  AN IMPORTANT ASPECT IN  POLLUTED  ENVIRONMENTS, GROWTH
     DURING THIS  TRANSITION IS DESCRIBED BY A  SIMPLE THRESHOLD EQUATION  OF N
     UTRIENT-LIMITED GROWTH, THIS  IMPLIES  THAT  DIFFERING OPTIMAL N/P RATIO IN C
     OMPETING SPECIES MAY  B£ A BASIS FOR COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION AND  COEXISTENCE.
     THEREFORE. THE VARIABILITY OF THE RATIO  IN  VARIOUS  SPECIES WJLL Bf  ST
     UDIED. IN  ADDITION TO  THE ABOVE PROBLEMS*  THE  EFFECT  OF THE MAJOR ENVIRONM
     ENTAL  VARIABLES, TEMPERATURE  AND LIGHT,  ON  GROWTH  AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE WILL
     BE  INVESTIGATED. EMPHASIS WILL  BE PLACED  ON THE PHYTOPLANKTERS OF THE
     GREAT  LAKES  AND EXPERIMENTAL  STUDIES  WILL  INVOLVE  THE EXAMINATION OF
     KINETICS IN  CONTINUOUS CULTURE,

-------
HAZARDOUS WASTE SAMPLING,  ANALYSIS,  AND COMPATIBILITY  STUDY

   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/76 » 09/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  . FY    77   /  J   261000
    TASK/EPA CODE IC618A-70J7   / R804692»Q1   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S   772001
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  A  CARNES
   INVESTIGATORS I   R  D STEPHENS                 STATE DEPT.  OF HEALTH
                     O  L STORM                    8TATE DEPT,  OF HEALTH
                     R  A CARNES                   U.S,  ENVIRON,  PROTECTION  AGCY
   MILEl  06/77  -HAZARDOUS  WASTE COMPATIBILITY  OVERVIE*
         12/79  -USER MANUALS  PUBLISHED
     THE  OVERALL OBJECTIVES OF THIS  RESEARCH PROGRAM ARE  TO  INVESTIGATE
     PROCEDURES FOR  SAMPLING,  CLASSIFYING,  ANALYZING,  AND HANDLING  HAZARDOUS
     WASTES,  A  SERIES OF PROCEDURAL  FIELD  MANUALS WILL  RESULT  FROM  THIS
     PROGRAM  THAT WILL  BE  PRIMARILY  DIRECTED TO  PERSONS WHO  ARE  RESPONSIBLE FOR
      SAMPLING,  HANDLING,  AND  DISPOSING OF  HAZARDOUS WASTES, THE INF
     ORMAT10N AND KNOWLEDGE GENERATED BY THIS  PROGRAM  PROVIDE  VITALLY  NEEDED  GU
     IDELINE8 FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE HANDLERS  AND ESTABLISH  BASE-LINE  DATA  FOR THE
     DEVELOPMENT AND REFINEMENT OF FUTURE  STATE  AND  FEDERAL HAZARDOUS  WASTE
     MANAGEMENT  REGULATIONS,

-------
MIOM VELOCITY FABRIC FILTRATION

   START/  COMPL  DATE t     06/76  -  08/79  I  FUNDING  I EST. - FY   77  / S   ttlli9
    TA8K/EPA  CODE  IF624A-062     /  R80«700-02   CSRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $   630111
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  J  H   TURNER
   INVESTIGATORS  t    M  w  FIRST                     HARVARD UNIVERSITY
                     D    LEITH                     HARVARD UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 08/76 -GRANT AWARDED
        09/77 -YEARLY  REPORT
        09/78 -YEARLY  REPORT
        09/79 -FINAL REPORT
    IF FABRIC FILTERS  CAN RE MADE TO OPERATE  AT HIGHER THAN CONVENTIONAL
    VELOCITY, A PROPORTIONAL REDUCTION  IN FILTER  SIZE AND INITIAL COST KILL
    BE POSSIBLE, MAKING  THESE EFFICIENT COLLECTORS ATTRACTIVE FOR MANY
    APPLICATIONS WHERE THEY ARE NOT CURRENTLY USED. FDR EXAMPLE, A HIGH VELO
    CITY FILTER OPERATING AT A SUPERFICIAL FILTRATION VELOCITY OF 25 CM/S  CAIR
     TO CLOTH RATIO  OF 50 CFM/FT2) NEED BE ONLY 10 TO 25 PER CENT AS LARGE AS
    A UNIT OPERATING AT  CONVENTIONAL VELOCITIES.  THE OBJECTIVES OF
    THIS PROJECT AREI  (1) TO STUDY THE  PRACTICALITY OF HIGH VELOCITY FABRIC FI
    LTRATION, (2)  TO INVESTIGATE  PHENOMENA WHICH  LIMIT EFFECTIVE HIGH VELOCITY
    OPERATION, AND  (3) TO DEVELOP MATHEMATICAL MODELS TO INTERPRET AND
    PREDICT  FABRIC  FILTER PERFORMANCE.  THESE  OBJECTIVES WILL BE MET USING
    EXPERIMENTAL WORK  WITH A THREE BAG  PILOT  SCALE FILTER CLEANED BY THE
    PUL3F.-JET PRINCIPLE,  AND THEORETICAL  WORK TO  DESCRIBE FILTER PERFORMANCE
    MATHEMATICALLY.

-------
804708
Project will improve lake water by diverting  storm water  to ponding
areas then onto marsh areas which would serve as nutrient filters.

-------
WATER DUALITY EFFECTS RELATED TO BLENDING  WATERS  OF  DIFFERENT ORIGIN IN
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
                                  o«/78  i  FUNDING i  EST,  -  FY    77  /  $
                                  R80«70«-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $
START/ COMPL PATE I
 TASK/EPA CODE |C61<4
PROJECT OFFICER I R C
INVESTIGATORS i   w K
                  H E
      08/76
      09/76
      09/77
      09/77
      10/78
   HILEl
                                                                OIST.
                                                                01ST.
OF
OF
CALIF,

CALIF.
                                                               MORE  WATERS
                                                               WATER
                                                                        OF


                                                                        ATTR
                                                                        CARS
                     io/76 • o«/78 i FUNDING i EST, - FY   77  / $   SQOOO
                    7178   / R80«70«-02  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $   Ott3501
                     THURMAN
                    SCHIMPFF                 METROP, WATER
                    PEARSON                  METROP, WATER
          -PACKAGE PROCESSED
          -GRANT AWA9D
          -INTERIM REPORT
          -CONTINUATION FUNDING PACKAGE PROCESSED
          -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
OBJECTIVESI i. TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF BLENDING TWO OR
DIFFERENT ORIGIN AND INORGANIC CHEMICAL CONTENT IN PUBLIC
SYSTEMS AS RELATED TD CONSUMER ACCEPTANCE AND CONSUMER COSTS DIRECTLY
I8UTABLE TO WATER QUALITY, 2, TO QUANTIFY CORROSION RATES AND CALCIUM
ONATE DEPOSITION TENDENCY IN DYNAMIC WATER SYSTEMS BEFORE AND AFTER
NG IN ORDER TO DEVELOP CONTROL MEASURES TO MINIMIZE DETERIORATION OF WATfR
 SYSTEM FACILITIES A^D HOUSEHOLD PLUMBING, APPROACH: DATA WILL BE GA
THF.RED ON EIGHTEEN WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS TO MEASURE CHANGES IN CHEMICAL
 COMPOSITION RELATED TG CORROSION AND STABILITY, DISSOLUTION OF M
ETALS FROM WATER SYSTE" FACILITIES AND HOUSEHOLD PLUMBING, AND DETERIDRATI
ON IN QUALITY *ITH RESPECT TO TURBIDITY, COLOR, AND ESTHETIC ACCEPTABILITY
 AT THE CONSUMER TAP, CURRENT PLANS! THE EPA MOBILE WATER QUALITY RESEARCH
 LABORATORY WILL BE DEPLOYED AT SELECTED SITES WITHIN THE SERVICE AREA OF
 THE METROPOLITAN WATE^ DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WHERE IMPORTED
WATERS FROM THE COLORADO RIVER AND CALIFORNIA AQUEDUCTS ARE BLENDED
WITHIN ITS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OR MIXED WITH LOCAL GROUNDWATER SOURCES OF
ITS MEMBER AGENCIES. CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL TESTING WILL BE PERFORMED
 CONTINUOUSLY FOR PERTJD8 OF as HOURS OP LONGER WITH AN ON-BOARD C
OMPUTER TO TAKE AND STORE DATA WHICH WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO MWD>S COMPUTER
CENTER FOR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND XY (CONCENTRATION VS. TIME) PLOTTING,

-------
DEVELOP AND EVACUATE A SOLID DEVICE FOR THE COMPLETE COLLECTION OF
ATMOSPHERIC POLY-CHLOROBI»HENYLS (PCB)
   START/ COMPL DATE I    03/77 - 05/ftO I FUNDING I EST, - FY   77  / $   aSOOO
    TASK/EPA CODE IG7128.BE-01  / R804*716*0?  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $   410001
   PROJECT OFFICER 1 •    MgEKER
   INVESTIGATORS |   T F BIDLEMAN                 UNIV, OF SOUTH CAROLINA
         T2/8Q -FINAL REPORT
     A SOLID STATE SAMPLING DEVICE IS TO BE DEVELOPED, IT SHOULD BE SMALL* EASY
      TO HANDLE* STABLE BOTH BEFORE AND AFTER COLLECTION, QUANTITATIVELY
     COLLECT PCBS, AND BE INEXPENSIVE AND STRONG,

-------
804717


Objectives:




Approach:
Progress:
To devise and evaluate control methods for the imported fire
ant utilizing chemical, physical, and biological control
techniques and to develop accessory information required to
support control methods.

Field and laboratory experiments will be utilized to study a
combination of physical, chemical, biological, preventive,
and homeowner controls.  Basic biology studies will be concen-
trated in the area of food transfer, mound development, and
foraging areas.

A complete literature search was conducted in late 1976 with
field and laboratory studies being initiated in 1977.  All
phases of the investigation are currently active.

-------
VEGETATIVE STABILIZATION OF SPENT OIL SHALE
   START/ COMPL DATE I     08/76 • 08/79 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / S   10000
    TASK/EPA CODE 186238-559    / RSO«71<>«01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $   210001
   PROJECT OFFICER I E     HARRIS
   INVESTIGATORS I   W  A BERG                     COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILS! 08/76 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         09/76 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         09/77 -AMENDMENT
         00/00 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     OBJECTlVEl TO INVESTIGATE SURFACE STABILITY AND SALT MOVEMENT IN SPENT OIL
      SHALES AND SOIL-COVERED SPENT SHALES AFTER A COVE« OF NATIVE VEGETATION
      HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED BY INTENSIVE TREATMENTS AND THEN LEFT UNDER NAT
     URAL PRECIPITATION CONDITIONS, APPRQACHi THE STUDY IS BEING CARRIED OUT ON
     TWO DIFFERENT SPENT OIL SHALES. "SOIL" TREATMENTS ARE PLANT ESTABLISHMENT
      ONI 1, DIRECTLY ON LEACHED AND FERTILIZED SPENT SHALESf 2, SIX INCHES
     OF SOIL OVER LEACHED SPENT SHALE! 3,  ONE FOOT OF SOIL OVER UNLEACHED
     SPENT SHALEl A. SOIL. PLOTS HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED ON 25 PERCENT NORTH AND
     SHIJTH SLOPES AT ALTITUDES OF 5,700 AND 7,200 FEET IN OR NEAR THE PI
     CEANCE BASIN OF NORTHWESTERN COLORADO, EACH PLOT (28 PER SITE) is BORDERED
     WITH WOOD TO FORM  INDIVIDUAL RUNOFF PLOTS 11 FEET WIDE AND 22 FEET LONG,
     SEDIMENT AND RUNOFF CATCHMENTS HAVE YET TO BE INSTALLED, ONE SITE (5,700')
     HAS BEEN INSTRUMENTED FOR SOIL SALINITY AND SOIL MOISTURE MEASU
     REMENTS, A COVER OF NATIVE PLANT SPECIES HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED ON THE LOWER
     ALTITUDE SITE AND  HILL BE ESTABLISHED ON THE HIGHER SITE, MEASUREM
     ENTS ON VEGETATION INCLUDE FREQUENCY, DENSITY AND VEGETATIVE GROUND COVER,

-------
80^728
Monthly  and  semi-monthly physical,  chemical and biological parameters
will be  determined  at  two-meter intervals from the surface to the bottom
of the deepest  position of  the lake.   With this information, a determination
will be  made of the concentration of  aluminum sulfate needed to precipitate
the available phosphorus in the lake.  The aluminum sulfate applications
will be  made soon after' the ice melts in the spring and again at the height
of the water stratification in early  fall.

-------
POWDERED CARBON-ACTIVATED SLUDGE • FILTRATION PROCESSES  FOR  PETROLEUM
REFINERY WASTEWATER
   START/ COMPL DATE |     01/77 - 12/79 I  FUNDING 5  ESTe • FY    77   /  $   211350
    TASK/EPA CODE IL6iOC«l®     / R80a7Si-0|   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY    /          t
   PROJECT OFFICER § f  M  PFEFFER
   INVESTIGATORS |   A  T KNECHT                   ATLANTIC RICHFIELD COMPANY
   MILES 07/77 -PRELIMINARY TESTING
         07/78 -BENCH TESTING
         10/78 "FULL-SCALE DESIGN
         10/79 «FULL-SCALE TESTING
         12/79 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! TO DETERMINE IF DIRECT ADDITION OF  POWDERED ACTIVATED CARBON
     C^AC) TO ACTIVATED SLUDGE UNITS AND CHANGES IN  OPERATING  PROCEDURES WILL
     SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE EFFLUENT QUALITY  AND APPROACH BEST  AVAILABLE  T
     ECHNOLOQY. THE ROLE OF ADSORBENTS IN  ENHANCING  BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY  WILL  BE
      INVESTIGATED* ALONG WITH THEIR ULTIMATE IMPACT ON  SLUDGE DISPOSAL  BY
     LAND APPLKATlQNg  PROGRAM? AN INVESTIGATION OF  ACTIVATED  SLUDGE TREATMENT
      OF REFINERY PROCESS WASTEWATERS WJLL BE CONDUCTED  IN LABORATORY  BENCW
     •SCALE SYSTEMS, SIOE-8Y-SIDE STUDIES  WILL 8E MADE  TO! 1)  DETERMJNF  ROLE  OF
      ADSORBENTS IN ENHANCING BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT?  AND  25 DETERMINE
     THE IMPACT OF LOADING VARIATIONS ON SYSTEM PERFORMANCE^ ADDITIONAL  STUDIES
     WILL BE CONDUCTED  TQi 13 IDENTIFY HYDROCARBON TYPES WHICH RESIST  REMQV
     AL BY BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL TREATMENT  PROGRAMS  EVALUATED?  25 INVESTIGATE
     THE ULTIMATE FATE  OF SLUDGES GENERATED  BY TREATMENT PROGRAMS IN LAND
     APPLICATION TECHNIQUES? 35 FORMULATE  A  WORK PLAN  FOR FULL-SCALE PLANT
     EVALUATION OF COMBINED ADSORBENT-ACTIVATED SLUDGE  TREATMENT  BASED ON PILOT
     STUDIES? AND «3 DEVELOP ROUGH ECONOMIC  ASSESSMENT  OF TREATMENT PROGRAMS
     INVESTIGATED8

-------
DETECTION, OCCURRENCE,  CHARACTERIZATION,  AND  PERSISTENCE OF MICROBES IN
LANDFILL LCACHATES
   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/77 - 09/79 I  FUNDING  I  EST, - FY    77   /  $    58000
    TASK/EPA CODE iC6i8A.703e   / Rso«733      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           i
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  R   BRUNNER
   INVESTIGATORS  i   P  v  SCARPINO                 UNIV. OF CINCINNATI
   MREl  09/79  -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVESI  THE OBJECTIVE  OF THIS  PROJECT  IS  TO DETERMINE THE  HEALTH  AND
     ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE  PERSISTENCE OF  FECAL STREPTOCOCCI  FOUND
     IN  LEACHATE  FROM LANDFILL  MUNICIPAL  REFUSE, THE PROJECT  WILL CONSIST
     OF  TWO PHASES,  APPROACHI  THE INITIAL  PHASE  WILL VERIFY MICROBIAL  ANALYT
     ICAL METHODS AND DETERMINE THE  PRESENCE  OF  STUDY  ORGANISMS IN  A VARIETY  OF
      LEACHATES,  SAMPLES  OF LEACHATE FROM  DIFFERENT  SOURCES OF
     LANDFILUED WASTE REPRESENTING DIFFERENT  STAGES  OF WASTE  DECOMPOSITION
     (AGE OF LANDFILL)  AND  DIFFERENT OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS  (BATCH  VERSUS
     CONTINUOUS DISPOSAL,  CONTROLLED VERSUS NATURAL  MOISTURE  INFILTRATION) WILL
     BE  ASSAYED FOR  MICROBIAL  AND CHEMICAL CONTENT,  MICROSIAL  ASSAYS WILL
      INCLUDE TOTAL  AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC  PLATE  COUNTS, INDICATORS  OF
      FECAL POLLUTION,  SELECTED BACTERIAL  PATHOGENS  (E,G,, SALMONELLA,
     SHIGELLA,  KLEBSIELLA,  AND  MYCOBACTERIA)  AND ANAEROBES (E.G., CLO
     STRIDIA) AND THE MAJOR FUNGI OF PATHOGENIC  SIGNIFICANCE.  CHEMICAL ANALYSES
     WILL BE USED TO DESCRIBE  THE LEACHATE ENVIRONMENT, THE SECOND  PHASE  WILL
     STUDY THE  RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN  THE EXTENT  OF  WASTE DECOMPOSITION  AND  THE  M
     ICRQBIAL POPULATION  DYNAMICS, THREE  EXPERIMENTAL  LANDFILLS (SPECIALLY CONS
     TPUCTED 55-GAL, DRUMS) CONTAINING  MUNICIPAL REFUSE, MUNICIPAL  REFUSE  AND  S
     EWAGE SLUDGE,  AND  HOSPITAL WASTE WILL BE  CONSTRUCTED AND  OPERATED AT  1fe"  0
     F NET INFILTRATION P£« YEAR. LEACHATES WILL BE  ASSAYED BI-WEEKLY  INITIALLY
      AND LESS  FREQUENTLY  AS  THE  RATE OF  POPULATION  CHANGES DECREASES,  OUTPUT|
     AN  ASSESSMENT OF THg  HEALTH  SIGNIFICANCE  OF TH£ CONTINUED LEACHING  OF
     FECAL STREPTOCOCCI,  ANQ  DETERMINATION OF  THE  PRESENCE OF  PATHOGENS  IN A
     VARIETY OF LEACHATES  *ILL  BE MADE  IN  THE  FINAL  REPORT,

-------
EVALUATION OF THE ALGAL-MEANDER SYSTEM FOR ABATING POLLUTION  FROM

SECONDARY LEAD SMELTERS
                                          FUNDING I  EST,  -  FY   77

                                         •0?  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76
                                                           UNIVERSITY
                                                           UNIVERSITY

                                                           UNIVERSITY
START/ COMPL DATE I     08/77 - 09/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77   /  S    10000
 TASK/EPA CODE IBMOC-172    / R80«73<»«0?  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $   26000!
PROJECT OFFICER I D  L  WILSON
INVESTIGATORS »   J  C JENNETT                  SYRACUSE
                  J  M HASSETT                  SYRACUSE
                  J    SMITH                    SYRACUSE
MILEl 08/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
      09/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
      06/78 -DRAFT FINAL REPORT
      09/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
  THE ALGAL-MEANDER  SYSTEM UTILIZES SHALLOW STREAM  ALGAL GROWTH  TO TREAT L
  EAD-ZINC MINING AND BILLING WASTES.  THE FIRST YEAR OF THE PROJECT HAS BEEN
  SPENT IN DEVELOPING VERY RAPID SCREENING TECHNIQUES  TO DETERMINE WHICH
  ALGAL FORM REMOVE  METALS AND UNDER WHAT PHYSICAL  CONDITIONS,  PRINCIPAL
   OBJECTIVES IN THE SECOND PHASE ARE  A)  TO SCALE UP ALGAL-MEANDER
  MODELS FROM MICROCULTURE TO LABORATORY  PILOT PLANTj  6) TO DETERMINE
  FEASIBILITY OF CONTINUOUS REMOVAL OF  M£TAL AND  ORGANOMETALLIC
  COMPOUNDS FROM WASTEWATERf C) TO DEVELOP KINETIC  EQUATIONS FOR HEAVY METAL
  AND ORGANQMETALLIC REMOVAL 8Y ALGAEf  AND D)  TO  EXAMINE THg FEASIB
  ILITY OF REPLACING LIVING ALGAE IN THE  MEANDER  SYSTEMS WITH DRIED ALGAE* N
  ATURAL PRODUCTS OR SYNTHETIC MATERIALS, THE  APPROACH WILL BE  TO USE CQNTIN
  UOUS FLOW LABORATORY MODELS WITH DEFINED ALGAL  POPULATION AND  FEEDSTOCK CO
  NTAINING KNOWN CONCENTRATIONS OF HEAVY  METALS AND/OR DRGANQMETALLICS. FROM
  ANALYSES OF THE EFFLUEMTS, THE ADSORPTION KINETICS CAN BE CALC
  ULATED AND DEVELOPED INTO DESIGN CRITERIA FOR FULL SIZE SYSTEMS.  FACTORIAL
   COMBINATIONS OF METAL TYPE, ALGAL TYPE, TIME OF  EXPOSURE, TEMPERATURE,
  PRESENCE OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS, ETC.,  CAN BE EVALUATED, THIS
  INFORMATION C*N BE USED TO IMPROVE THE  DESIGN OF  ALGAL-MEANDER SYSTEMS* TO
  EXTEND THEIR use FOR INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT, AND TO  ACHIEVE
  RECOVERY OF USEFUL MATERIALS FROM WASTE,

-------
        WATER TEMPERATURE STUDIES AT  THE  USEPA  MONTICELLO FIELD

       COMPL DATE •     09/76 - 03/78  I  FUNDING  •  EST.  -  FY    77   /  $    lW2
 TASK/EPA CODE IN608A.080    / R80a736-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  S    427511

PROJECT OFFICER I K  E  HOKAN30N                         MTNNFSOTA
INVESTIGATORS i   H    STEFAN                   UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA

MILBl 07/75 -INITIATE FIELD MEASUREMENTS
      Oa/77 -COMPLETED DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICAL  MODEL
      09/77 -COMPLETED ALL FIELD MEASUREMENTS FOR VERIFICATION
  THE SOT                      TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON THE «ATER


                  !!SL%K^                                 - « » ?
                THESE CHANNELS AT LO* FLOW VELOCITIES  J«LO MEASUREMENTS OF
   WATER TEMPERATURES AND MATHEMATICAL MODELS ARE USED TO ACHIEVE THE
  OBJECTIVE; FIELD DATA ARE SUBJECTED TO STATISTICAL AND REGRESSION
  ANALYSIS TO GIVE INFORMATION ON LONGITUDINAL WATER TEMPERATURE G
  RAblFNTsYDIURNAL "ATEP TEMPERATURE FLUCTUATIONS, VERTICAL STRATIFICATION,
   LONGITUDINAL DISPERSION, AND RATE OF SURFACE HEAT LOSS, CORRELAH
  ON WHH WEATHER PARAMETERS WILL BE PROVIDED. SOIL TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS A

-------
 804745

.Introduction:   Previous studies of the effects of a jet fuel and #2
 'fuel oil spill into a major soft shell clam, Mya, arenaria, growing
 area at Long Cove,'  Searsport,  Maine,  reported an association between
 the spilled oil and cancerous tumors in many of the clams.  The oil
 spill occurred in March 1971 and tumors have been found each year
 since then.

 Objectives:  The purpose of the proposed study is to determine whether
 or not there is a causal relationship between the spilled oil and the
 continuing development of tumors in the surviving clam population.

 Approach:   Combined studies involving the transplanting of soft shell
 clams of comparable size and age from a clean area to holding tanks
 in the Department of Marine Resources laboratory in Boothbay Harbor,
 Maine.  Each tank will have an individual flow-through water system
 and the clams  themselves will be placed in sediments from Ix>ng Cove
 at two different levels of residual petroleum hydrocarbon concentra-
 tions:  90-125 ppm  and 230-300 ppm.  Sediments from the clean control
 area will be transferred to the laboratory and laced with a known
 amount of the  same  oil fractions involved in the 1971 spill.  Clams
 from the control area will be planted in these artificially contam-
 inated sediments.  Samples of sediments and of clams before and after
 exposure to the oiled sediments will be analyzed at the Chemistry
 Department of  Bowdoin College.  Clams exposed to clean sediments as
 well as to the various oil sediments will be examined in triplicate
 for tumors or  other abnormalities:  by the Histopathology Section of
 the EPA Laboratory, Narragansett,  Rhode Island; the Smithsonian
 Institution; and the National Marine Fisheries Service Laboratory,
 Oxford, Maryland.  Carbon flux studies will be conducted by the
 Bigelow Laboratory  at Boothbay Harbor, Maine.

-------
804749
    Ocean-outfall  disposal  of domestic wastes raises pertinent questions  concerning
prior treatment  and preferred outfall location due to a paucity of  factual informa-
tion and data.   To  resolve  these questions, the research in this project is subsumed
under three objectives  which are to:  (1) characterize the plume mixing  zone as it
relates to the kinds and  subsequent dilution of sewage derived solutes,  (2)  test
methods for the  sampling  and enumeration of viral pathogens and determine  the most
appropriate treatment procedure, and (3) evaluate outfall-induced  (via  particulates
and pathogens) responses  of  sessile invertebrates and other important marine animals.
Three outfalls in Bade, Broward and Palm Beach counties are designated  for compara-
tive sampling; data and samples evaluated by EPA, Corvallis.  The project  emphasizes
laboratory work  to  evaluate  the acute effects of sewage on marine  animals  and in-
volves cooperation  with other ongoing research relating to outfalls  as  well as
Interaction with user groups.  An array of 50-200 gallon experimental tanks with
metered inputs of sewage  and seawater will be utilized for the experimental work  on
fish and certain invertebrates.  State-of-the-art scientific methods and quality-
assurance techniques used during the two-year study ensure that objectives are met
on schedule and  that all  results are scientifically supported.  The  results will  be
of use in evaluating the  performance standards of ocean outfalls as  a disposal method.

-------
THE CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF PARTICULAR SULFUR COMPOUNDS  BY  FLAME
PHOTOMETRY
   START/ COMPL DATE I     10/76 - 10/78 I FUNDING I  EST.  • FY   77   /  $    35000
    TA8K/EPA CODE |S601B.CA»21   / R8047SO-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   300001
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  J  REUTTER
   INVESTIGATORS |   J  J HUNTZICKER               ORESON  SRAD.  CTR.  STU.  & RES,
                     L    ISABELLE                 OREGON  6RAD,  CTR,  3TU,  & RES.
   MILEl  07/77 -PROCURE COMPONENTS
         jo/77 -ASSEMBLE INSTRUMENTS
     OBJECTIVEl TO MAKE A DETAILED STUDY OF THE USE  OF  A  FLAME  PHOTOMETRIC DE
     TECTOR FOR THE CONTINUOUS, IN SITU MEASUREMENT  OF  TOTAL  PARTICULATE  SULFUR
      AND FOR THE SELECTIVE MEASUREMENT OF INDIVIDUAL  SULFUR  COMPOUNDS,  APP
     RQACHI THE TECHNIQUE IS BASED ON COUPLING A "DIFFUSION TUBE"  SCRUBBER TO A
      VERY SENSITIVE FLAME PHOTOMETRIC DETECTOR, THE DIFFUSION  TUBE SCR
     UBBER SERVES TWO PURPOSESl FIRST, ALL GASEOUS SULFUR  COMPOUNDS ARE  REACTED
     OUT  TO PERMIT MEASUREMENT  OF PARTICULATE SULFUR ONLY  IN  THE FLAME PHOT
     OMETRIC DETECTOR,  SECOND,  BY HEATING THE AEROSOL  UPSTREAM  OF  THE DIFFUSION
     TUBE, INDIVIDUAL SULFUR COMPOUNDS CAN BE VAPORIZED OR DECOMPOSED TO  G
     ASES WHICH ARE SUBSEQUENTLY REMOVED BY THE DIFFUSION  TUBE, THIS RESULTS IN
     A DECREASE IN THE  FLA*E PHOTOMETER OUTPUT OVER  A  TEMPERATURE  RANGE  WHICH
     IS SPECIFIC TO THE SULFUR  COMPOUND BEING VAPORIZED OR DECOMPOSED, A  DETECT
     ION  LIMIT OF APPROXIMATELY 2 UG/M3 SULFUR IS ACHIEVED BY ELECTRONIC  SIGNAL
      AVERAGING THE DETECTOR OUTPUT, CURRENT PLANS/PROGRESS!  PRELIMINARY
      STUDIES ON FLASH  VOLATILIZATION AT SEVERAL SULFATE  COMPOUNDS  ARE NEARI
     N6 COMPLETION, IT  IS EXPECTED THAT THESE STUDIES  WILL SHOW THE FEASIBILITY
      AT  MEASURING VOLATILE SULFATE CONCENTRATIONS BY  HEATING DROPLETS
     QUICKLY WITH A PLATINUM WIRE AND MONITORING RESULTANT 302  WITH AN FPD,
     SEVERAL DIFFUSION  SCRUBBERS HAVE BEEN FABRICATED  AND  ARE NOW  BEING  EVAL
     UATED FOR THEIR ABILITY TO REMOVE 802, H2S, CH3SH,  AND CH3SSCH3,  THE FINAL
     ASPECT OF THIS WORK IS THE DESIGN, FABRICATION  AND TESTING OF  PROTOTYPE
     MONITORS FOR BOTH  TOTAL AND INDIVIDUAL PARTICULATE SULFUR
     COMPOUNDS,"

-------
MICROWAVE SYSTEM TO PREVENT  HAZARDOUS  MATERIAL  DIKE FAILURES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/76  -  07/79  I  FUNDING  I EST. « FY   77  / $   37000
    TASK/EPA  CODE iB6ioA-j92    /  Rgo«763-oi   CSRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / s   200001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I J  E   BRUGGER
   INVESTIGATORS |    R  H  KOERNER                   DREXEL UNIVERSITY
                     A  £  LORD                      DREXEL UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  or/76  -FUNDING PACKAGE  SUBMITTED
         09/76  -AWARD FUNDS  FOR  PROJECT
         09/77  -DECISION  POINT,  FUNDING  INCREMENT
         09/78  -FUNDING INCREMENT
         07/79  -COMPLETE  PROJECT
         07/79  -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THE  DETECTION  AND  LOCATION  OF  WATER LEVELS, WATER  POCKETS, VOIDS AND
     VARIOUS  OTHER  DISCONTINUITIES  BETWEEN  DIFFERENT LAYERS OF  EARTH OR  ROCK  is
     CRITICAL IN INSURING  THE  PERFORMANCE  AND  SAFETY OF EARTH DAMS, SUCH UNDE
     RGROUND  ANOMALIES  ARE PARTICULARLY  UNDESIRABLE IN  THE EARTH  DAMS AND DIKES
     THAT  CONTAIN  HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SINCE THESE RELATIVELY SMALL
     EMBANKMENTS ARE GENERALLY NOT  ENGINEERED  OR CONSTRUCTED IN A RIGOROUS  AND
     PROFESSIONAL  MANNER, ONE POSSIBLE  TECHNIQUE  FOR DETECTING AND MQ
     NITORING SUCH  FAULTS  ASQ  WEAK  AREAS IS THE USE OF  MICROWAVES, BY BEAMING C
     ONTINUOUS  OR PULSED  MICROWAVES  AT THE  DIKE AND RECORDING THE RETURN SIGNAL
     AS IT  IS REFLECTED FROM THE ANOMALY,  THE  LOCATION, TYPE AND  DEPTH
     OF FAULTS  CAN  BE DETERMINED,  A  LITERATURE  SEARCH (TECHNICAL* EQUIPMENT,  L
     EGAL  AND SAFETY) WILL BE  UNDERTAKEN AND A  NUMBER OF LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
     WILL  BE  PERFORMED  TO  ASSESS THE PRACTICALITY  OF USING MICROWAVES FOR
     THE  NON-DESTRUCTIVE  ASSESSMENT  OF DIKE STABILITY,  BASIC SOIL PROPERTIES
     SUCH  AS  DIELECTRIC CONSTANT,  CONDUCTIVITY, ATTENUATION, PHASE SHIFT, A
     NO VELOCITY WILL ALSD BE  DETERMINED,  THE  FINAL RESULT OF THIS PROJECT  WILL
     BE THE DETAILED SPECIFICATION  FOR AN  INEXPENSIVE*  MOBILE»  MICROWAVE UNIT
     (WITH  KNOWN LIMITATIONS)  TO DETERMINE  UNDERGROUND  WATER,
     IRREGULARITIES,  AND  DISCONTINUITIES IN SMALL  EARTHEN DIKES,

-------
EVALUATION) OF CANDIDATE INTERIM STANDARD LEACHING TEST

   START/ COMPL DATE j     Qfe/77 • 09/77 I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / S   40000
    ^ASK/EPA CODE iC6i8A«7oj9   / R8oa773«oio (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          i
   PROJECT OFFICER I M     GRUENFELO
   INVESTIGATORS »   R    STANFORTH                UNXV, OF WISCONSIN
                     R  K HAM                      UNXV, OF WISCONSIN
                     M    ANDERSON                 UNXV, OF WISCONSIN
   MILEl  10/77 -WORK COMPLETED * REPORT AVAILABLE
     THIS EXTENSION TO  THE ORIGINAL GRANT  R80
-------
THE FATE OF HUMAN VIRUSES IN GROUNDWATER  RECHARGE  SYSTEMS UTILIZING
TERTIARY TREATED EFFLUENT
   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/76 »  09/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST, «  FY   77   /  9   99500
    TASK/fPA  CODE |D607B«022    /  R804776-02   (BRANT)   PRIOR   FY7& / S   1000001
   PROJECT OFFICER I E  W   AKIN
   INVESTIGATORS |   J  M  VAUGHN                   ASSOC, UNIVERSITIES  INC.
   MILF.I  09/78  -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY IS TO  EVALUATE  THE VIRUS AND  BACTERIA.REMQVING
     CAPABILITIES OF A  GROUNDWATER RECHARGE SYSTEM USING TERTIARY  TRE
     ATED,  CHLORINATED  SEWAGE EFFLUENT IN  ORDER TO DEFINE  ITS  ABILITY  TO RETURN
      MICR08IOLOGICALLY ACCEPTABLE WATERS  TO  THE AQUIFER,  OPERATIONS WILL IN
     CLUDEl  
-------
EFFECT OF LARGE SCALE AGRICULTURAL LAND DEVELOPMENT ON DRAINAGE WATERS

   START/ COMPL DATE !     10/76 - 10/79 |  FUNDING I EST,  - FY   77  / J   53000
    TASK/EPA CODE lK6l7B.a39    / R804778«02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / S   480001
   PROJECT OFFICER I C  N  SMITH
   INVESTIGATORS J   R  W SKAGGS                   UNIV, OF NORTH CAROLINA
                     J  W GILLIAM                  UNIV, OF NORTH CAROLINA
   MILE! 10/76 -START GRANT
         io/7«> -FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVES ARE TO PROVIDE A DATA  BASE AND ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY TO
     ANALYZE AND MINIMIZE THE IMPACT OF "MEGA-FARMS" AS NONPOINT SOURCES OF
     NUTRIENTS, PESTICIDES* AND SEDIMENTS  TO PRODUCTIVE COASTAL WATERS,' THE 0
     BJECTIVES ARE TO BE ACCOMPLISHED BY MONITORING DRAINAGE WATER QUANTITY AND
      QUALITY FROM THREE PAIRED FIELD SITES CONSISTING OF BOTH DEVELOPED
     AND UNDEVELOPED LAND ON THE FIRST COLONY (MEGA) FARM LOCATED ALONG THE
     EASTERN COAST OF NORTH CAROLINA, THE  FARM is LOCATED ON POORLY DRAINED so
     ILS IN THE HIGH.RAINFALL TIDEWATER PHYSIOGRAPHIC  REGION, CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
      ARE 9EINQ CONDUCTED FOR PESTICIDES,  PLANT NUTRIENTS, AND SEDIMENTS IN
      RUNOFF FROM MINERAL? SHALLOW ORGANIC* AND MUCK SOILS, HYDROLOGIC AND
      CHEMICAL TRANSPORT MODELS FOR PREDICTING NUTRIENT*  PESTICIDE, AN
     D SEDIMENT MOVEMENT FROM THE LAND AND THROUGH DRAINAGE NETWORKS AS WELL AS
      PEAK RUNOFF RATES AND TOTAL RUNOFF WILL BE EVALUATED FOR THE TIDEWATER
     CONDITIONS AND ASSESSMENT OF MgGA.FARM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT, MODELS TO BE
     TESTED INCLUDE SPA'S AGRICULTURAL RUNOFF MANAGEMENT  MODEL CARH) AND A DR
     AINAGE MODEL CDRAINMQD) DEVELOPED BY  NCSU, A FINAL REPORT WILL BE PREPARED
     AT THE END OF THE  PROJECT,

-------
INACTIVATIDN OF NATURALLY  OCCURRING  ENTEROVIRU8ES
                                  io/78  i FUNDING  i E8T, • FY
                                  R80«780-02   (GRANT)  PRIOR
  77
FY76
 / $
/ $
 59129

6Q2261
START/ CQMPL DATE I    10/76 .
 TASK/EPA CODE IC614A-7183   /
PROJECT OFFICER I J C  HOFF
INVESTIGATORS I   A R BEASLEY                  UNIV, OF MIAMI
                  G   ORTIZ                    UNIV, OF MIAMI
                  M M 3IGEL                    UNIV, OF MIAMI
MlLEl 10/76 -PROJECT START
      08/77 -SEPARATION *ETHOD SELECTED
      06/77 -INTERIM REPORT PUBLISHED
      10/77 -INTERIM REPORT PUBLISHED
      08/77 -CONTINUATION! FUNDING PACKAGE PROCESSED
      07/7B -PROJECT COMPLETED
      10/78 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
  OUR ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO COMPARE NATURALLY SHED ENTEROVIRUSES (VACCINE
  STRAINS AND WILD VIRUSES) WITH THEIR TISSUE CULTURE GROWN COUNTERPARTS IN
  RESPECT TO THE KINETICS OF THEIR INACTIVATION BY CHLORINE, TO DO 90, H
  OWEVER, DEMANDS HIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF VIRUS IN A PURE STATE WITH LITTLE 0
  R NO CHLORINE DEMAND, SINCE THE NATURALLY SHED VIRUS MUST BE OBTAINED FROM
   FECESI TECHNICS WHICH SEPARATE INORGANIC AND OTHER ORGANIC MATER
  FROM VIRUSES WITHOUT DEGRADATION OF VIRUS INFECTIVITY IN THE PROCESS ARE
  NECESSITATED, USING AS A MODEL NORMAL FECES ARTIFICALLY SEEDED WITH TISSUE
  CULTURE GROWN VACCINE STRAIN OF POLIOVJRUS TYPE It W£ HAVE ACHIEVED
  CONSIDERABLE PURIFICATION AND CONCENTRATION BY A COMBINATION OF
  PROCEDURES* INCLUDING ULTRACENTRIFUGATION, SUCROSE GRADIENT
  CENTRIFUGATION AND PRECIPITATION OF VIRUS BY POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 6000.'

-------
MODELING TRANSPORT AND BEHAVIOR OF PESTICIDES AND OTHER  TOXIC  ORGANIC
MATERIALS IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS
   START/ COMPL DATE I    08/76 • 08/79 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY    77   /  $   150000
    TASK/EPA CODE i*6Q9A«310    / R804820-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / $  1010001
   PROJECT OFFICER I R R  LASSITER
   INVESTIGATORS |   R A PARK                     RENS3EUER POLYTECHNIC INST.
     LEl 08/79 -USER MANUAL ON EVALUATIVE  MODEL FOR  TOXIC QR6ANICS
     A GENERALIZED MODEL REPRESENTING THE  FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF  TOXIC
     ORGANIC MATERIALS IN NATURAL AQUATIC  ENVIRONMENTS is BEING
     FORMULATED* IMPLEMENTED* AND TESTED,  IT INCORPORATES PERTINENT PARTS OF TH
     E ECOSYSTEM MODEL CLEANER AND WJLL HAVE POTENTIAL APPLICATION  FOR STUDYING
      ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF PESTICIDES  IN DIVERSE AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS,

-------
IRPI6ATION AND GRQUNDWATER  MANAGEMENT FOR LAND DISPOSAL OF ANIMAL
START/ COMPL DATE I     10/76 •
 TASK/EPA CODE IL617D-30      /
                                  02/80  I
                                  R804827
                                     FUNDING I  EST. - FY   77  / S  11«»700
                                         (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $  3577131
   PROJECT  OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS  |
  MILEt
                I
R
W
6
w
R
D
R
V
0
G
COLORADO
COLORADO
COLORADO
COLORADO
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                              UNIVERSITY
                                                                             OF
                     KREIS
                    WALKER
                    3KDGERBOE
                    KEEPER
                    EVANS
    10/7-6 -FUND AND PROJECT CONSTRUCTION
    02/80 -FINAL REPORT TO PRINTERS
THE PRINCIPAL OBJECTIVE OF THIS RESEARCH IS TO INVESTIGATE THE BEHAVIOR
 ANIMAL WASTES IN THE SOIL ENVIRONMENT OF IRRIGATED CROPLAND AND THE
MOVEMENT OF SALTS* NUTRIENTS AND ORGANICS TO THE GROUNDWATER, THIS P
ROJECT is AN INVESTIGATION OF THE ROLE THAT IRRIGATION AND GROUNDWATER SYS
TEMS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT HAVE ON LAND DISPOSAL OF ANIMAL WASTES, BOTH THE
 TECHNIQUES FOR MANAGING THE NITROGEN SYSTEMS AND PROTECTING RECEIVING
WATERS FROM HIGH INPUT OF SALT AND NITRATE WOULD BE EXAMINED, THE P
ROJECT IS DIRECTED TOWARD ESTABLISHING GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING THE SOIL-WA
TER-PLANT RELATIONSHIPS IN ORDER TO MAXIMIZE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE SOIL
AS A TREATMENT SYSTEM AND TO MINIMIZE THE MOVEMENT OF POLLUTANTS I
NTO GROUNDWATERS WHILE AVOIDING DETRIMENTAL ACCUMULATIONS IN THE PLANT ROO
T ZONE. PRIMARY EMPHASIS IS PLACED ON EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE IRRIGATION
 SYSTEM DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES WHICH LEND THEMSELVES TO
IMPROVING IRRIGATED SOILS AS TREATMENT MEASURES FOR ANIMAL WASTES.

-------
A PROJECT TO DEVELOP AND EVALUATE  AN  ENVIRONMENTAL  TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
SYSTEM
   START/ COMPL DATE I     10/76 «  09/78  i
    TASK/EPA CODE IU622E.O*     /  R80a847
   PROJECT OFFICER J J  E  SMITH
   IMVESTJGATORS I   R  C FITE
                     M    GREGORY
 FUNDING  I EST, • FY
•02   (GRANT)  PRIOR
  77
FY76
                                                               / S
                                                              / $
                                                                      125000
                                                                     1250001
MILEl
               •COMPLETED  2  SLIDE  TAPES*  TRAINED
        OKLA, ST, UNIV.
        OKLA, ST. UNIV,
        5  FIELD OFFICERS*
     IMPACTED 2 M
    08/77
    08/78 -COMPLETE 2 ADDITIONAL SLIDE TAPES*  TRAIN ADDITIONAL OFFICERS AN
OBJECTIVES! (1) IDENTIFY AND SELECT ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS ABOUT WHICH
LOCAL LEADERS NEED MQRE TECHNICAL INFORMATION  FOR WISE DECISION. MAKING,
 (2) FIND THE TECHNOLOSY AND ADA?T TO THEIR NEEDS, (3) DELIVER IT THRO
UGH SELECTED OKLAHOMA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION FIELD AGENTS, t«) EVALUATE THE
 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EFFORT, cs> SHARE THE RESULTS OF THE STUDY*
INCLUDING IMPLICATIONS FOR A NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CAPABILITY,
APPROACHI THE PROJECT IS CONDUCTED WITHIN THE  STRUCTURAL FORMAT OF THE OKL
AHOMA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE* INCLUDING A "USER" ADVISORY COMMITTEE
 TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS NEEDING ATTENTION, THE PROJECT STAFF DEVELOPS
THE PACKAGES AND CONDUCTS THE EXPERIMENTAL COMPONENTS OF THE PROJECT,
 FIVE RURAL DEVELOPMENT AGENTS SPEND PART-TIME AS DISSEMINAT
ORS, THEY WORK WITH THE PROJECT STAFF TO POLISH THE PACKAGED MATERIALS AND
WITH THE COUNTY EXTENSION DIRECTORS TO ORGANIZE APPROPRIATE AUDIENCES,'
 THEY MAKE THE PRESENTATIONS AND SOLICIT FEEDBACK FOR EVALUATION,
PROGRESS AND FUTURE PLANSI THE RESULTS FROM TWO YEARS OF EXPERIME
NTATION CONFIRM ALL HYPOTHESES, A NATIONAL EXTENSION VEHICLE IS NEEDED FOR
A VARIETY OF NON-AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION, THE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
SERVICE CAN SATISFY MUCH OF THIS NEED IF AN ADEQUATE BUDGET IS PROVIDED.
THE PROJECT WILL NOW EXPLORE THE USE OF OTHER  EXTENSION AGENTS AS
DISSEMINATORS, THE RESULTS OF THE STUDY WILL BE PUBLICIZED,

-------
This set of studies  represents  a portion of a multi-institutional policy-
oriented technology  assessment  of the socioeconomic and environmental
impacts which might  result  from a proposed increased concentration of
energy conversion  facilities  within  the Ohio River Basin.

Utilizing  the best available  data bases, these studies will attempt to
address the broad-scale  environmental,  institutional, economic and social
effects of various future combinations  of energy conversion facilities
(e.g., coal-based  plants producing synthetic fuels, as well as nuclear
and coal-fired  electric  power generating plants) and their required
support facilities (i.e., coal  mining,  processing and transportation;
ash and sludge  disposal  facilities;  nuclear fuel and reactor waste
transportation  facilites; and energy transportation systems, including
electrical power transmission systems)  that might be built and operated
in this region  in  the  future.

The principal objectives of this assessment are (1) to assist in out-
lining the full range  of policy options for dealing with selected kinds
of development, alternative levels of development and their possible
undersirable effects,  and alternative technological levels of environ-
mental controls; and (2) to analyze  the probable impacts that would
result from  implementing each option in its total framework, with special
emphasis  on  the natural  environment  and its interrelationship with public
health and welfare.   The full range  of  primary, secondary, and higher
order effects will be  considered.

-------
 804850


     Many local  areas  in  the  United States are faced with the problem of cost effective
management of numerous  small  wastewater treatment plants.  The Cypress Creek basin,
near Houston, in North  Harris County,  Texas is an example of one of these areas.  The
objective of this project is  to  explore the optimum management system consistent with
economic and effluent  quality requirements through (1) a restructuring of current
'management and operations,  (2] installation of moderate capital intensive modifications
(minimum telemetry with inspection),  (3)  installation of maximum capital intensive
modifications (maximum telemetry with  minimum inspection), or a combination thereof.
The approach to  the problem will consist  of a detailed analysis of existing data regard!:
(1) mechanical factors, causes of failures, frequency of failures, etc., (2) personnel
factors, operation functions, skills,  training, etc., (3) location factors, distances
from central operations,  special configurations,  etc., (4) process factors, configuration
plant  condition, effluent quality and  quantity, etc., and (5) a cost analysis.   Signifi-
cant factors and relationships will determine system design.  Implementation of the
design will provide data  for  optimization.

-------
AN EVALUATION OF TH£ EMISSION OF NATURAL  HYDROCARBONS  FROM  FOREST
VESETATJON BY MICROMETEQROLOGICAL METHODS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/76 - 06/77  I FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  $    4UOOO
    TASK/EPA CODE 1G603A-AG-10  / R80a860-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FV76  / »   200001
   PROJECT OFFICER  I J  J  BUFALINI
   INVESTIGATORS |    K  R KNQERR                   DUKE UNIVERSITY
                     F  L MQWRY                    DUKE UNIVERSITY
                     A  C DUDGEON                  DUKE UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  12/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  RESEARCH PROPOSED FOR THIS  STUDY WOULD UTILIZE A MICRDMETEOROLOGICAL
     APPROACH TO OBTAIN IMPROVED ESTIMATES OF  THE  TQTAL AMOUNT AND  TjME  COURSE
     OF  THE NATURAL  EMISSIONS OF HYDROCARBONS  PROM THE FOREST  VEGETATION,'
     MICRQMETEQROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS*  INCLUDING VERTICAL PROFILES  OF  VARIOUS
      HYDROCARBONS,  WILL BE MADE IN  A  FORESTED AREA  NEAR  DURHAM,  N,C,  AT
     THE  TRIANGLE SITE  FOR THE INTERNATIONAL  BIOLOGICAL PROGRAM (IBP5  PR
     QJF.CT.' THESE MEASUREMENTS WILL  ENABLE US  TO CALCULATE  THE VERTICAL  FLUX OF
     THESE HYDROCARBONS AND THUS TH£I»  EMISSION RATE PROM THE  FOREST V
     EGCTATIQN. THE  PROPOSED  RESEARCH  WILL BE  A COOPERATIVE EFFORT  INVOLVING PE
     RSONNFL AND INSTRUMENTATION FROM  BOTH THE IBP PROJECT  AND THE  GAS KINETICS
     PHOTOCHEMISTRY  BRANCH CGKPB) OF THE  EPA  ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES RESEARCH L
     ABORATORY. THE  MEASUREMENTS WILL  BE  MADE  FOR  SELECTED  SAMPLING DAYS OVER A
     SIX  MONTH PgRlLJD BEGINNING IN  JULY,  1976. THEY  WILL  PROVIDE DAILY AND
     SEASONAL TIME  COURSE ESTIMATES  OF  THE EMISSION  OF NATURAL HYDROCARBONS W
     HICH CAN BE RELATED TO BOTH THE PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY AND WATER  STATUS OF
      THF FOREST VEGETATION AND GENERAL  CLIMATIC CONDITIONS,  THEY  WILL GIVF US
     A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE  IMPORTANCE  OF VEGETATION IN THE
     PRODUCTION OF  PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG,

-------
AEROSOL FORMATION AND DEPOSITION IN A FOREST CANOPY
                                  12/77 I FUNDING I  EST, - FY
                                  R»0«e60«OiS3(GRANT)  PRIOR
FY
  77  / S
15000
    1
                                                  DUKE UNIVERSITY
START/ CQMPL DATE I     05/77 •
 TASK/EPA CODE IS62SB-EA.34  /
PROJECT OFFICER t •     DURHAM
INVESTIGATORS i   «  R KNOERR
MIUEI 12/77 -FINAL REPORT
  AN EXISTING GRANT  (#804660, TASK AS3-1Q) WITH DUKE U, WILL BE SUPPLEMENTED
  FOR CONTINUED OPERATION THOUGH FALL OF 1*77. THIS GRANT WILL PROVIDE
  INFORMATION ON TURBULENT TRANSFER OF HEAT AND MOISTURE WHICH WILL BE USED
  WITH POLLUTANT PROFILES TO DETERMINE POLLUTANT EMISSION AND DEPOSITION
  RATES." GKP8 WILL CONTINUE THEIR MC EMISSION STUDIES? ARB WILL PERFORM AERO
  SOL DEPOSITION STUDIES WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF HICKS (AMI) AND BROCK (U.
  OF TEXAS).'

-------
OUANTITATZON or THE DESORPTION & RECOVERY  OF  BACTERIA  FROM  SEDIMENT  AND
PARTICIPATE MATTER IN THE OCEAN
   START/ COMPL DATE I     10/76 • 10/79 I  FUNDING  I  EST.  -  FY    77   /  *    56000
    TASK/EPA CODE ID608 -01      / R80«865-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $    300001
   PROJECT OFFICER I A  P  DUFQUR
   INVESTIGATORS i   c  o LITCHFIELO               COLL,  OF  MED,  t  DENT^  OF N,J._
                     M    SCHERAGA                 COLL,  OF  MED,  &  DENT   OF N.J.
                     M    HESKILL                  COLL,  OF  MEQ,  &  DENT.  OF M.J.
   MILEl  10/78  -COMPLETION
     THIS IS ONE OF A MULTI-PART PROJECT  WHOSE SUMMARY MAY  BE  IDENTICAL  TO
     OTHERS, THE OBJECTIVE OF  THIS STUDY  IS  TO PROVIDE A  RELIABLE*  REPRODUCABLE
     METHOD FOR RECOVERING VIABLE MICROORGANISMS  FROM  MARINE  PARTICULATE
     MATTER, THE APPROACH HAS  BEEN TO ESTABLISH A  STANDARD  ADSORPTION TECHNIQUE
     AND  THEN TO TEST VARIOUS  PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL  MEANS FOR  QUANTITATIVELY
     REMOVING THE ADSORBED ORGANISMS  PROM  THE MODEL  SYSTEM, BECAUSE OF  THE
     DIFFERENT  MECHANISMS OF  ADSORPTION OR ATTACHEMENT SHOWN  BY  MOTILE  AND NQN
     •MOTILE BACTERIA BOTH TYPES ARE  INCLUDED AS  PURE  CULTURE  AND  MIXED  CULTURE
     WORK. DURING THE FIRST  SEVEN MONTHS  OF  THE STUDY  WE  HAVE  ESTABLISHED
     THAT ADSORPTION OCCURS  RAPIDLY,  IN LESS  THAN  1  MINUTE, THIS RATE IS INDE
     PENDENT OF SEMIMENT TYPEI  SLUDGE, SAND  OR CLAY,  ADSORPTION  is  ALSO  A RELAT
     IVELY CONSISTENT PROPORTION OF THE BACTERIAL  POPULATlONi  20-29X REGARDLESS
     OF SEDIMENT TYPE,  THERE  WERE SLIGHT  DIFFERENCES  MQTED  BETWEEN  THE
     BACTERIAL  STRAINS  USED  BUT THE OVERALL  PICTURE  APPEARED  TO  BE  INDEPENDENT
     OF BACTERIAL GERMS, COMPARISONS  *ERE  MADE BETWEEN SURFACE SPREAD PLATING
     OF THE TOTAL COLONY-FORMING UNITS (GFU)  AND  ATP  ANALYSIS  OF BOTH THF SUS
     PENDING MEDIUM AND THE  SEDIMENTS, RECOVERY OF CFU INTO DILUTION BLANKS WAS
     LADE VIA STANDARD  SINKING  FOR 25 TIMES  THROUGH  A  90  DEGREES,  18 INCH
     ARC. ATP ANALYSIS  AS CORTICAL PERFORMED  IS INSUFFICIENTLY SENSITIVE FOR
     DETECTION  OF THE SLIGHT  CHANGES  NECESSARY TO  THIS STUDY,  ATTEMPTS  TO IMPRO
     VE ATP TECHNIQUE ARE UNDERWAY AND INCLUDE CHANGES IN EXTRACTION AND BUFFER
      MEDIA, DIRECT COUNTS,  VIA EPIFLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY, WERE ALSO
     COMPARED AND GAVE  GREATLY  ELEVATED COUNTS AND GREATLY  REDUCED  ATP/CELL
     VALUES, PART OF THIS "ERROS" IS  DUE  TO  PROBLEMS  IN  FIXATION OF THE  CELLS
     AND  THIS ASPECT IS CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION, EVALUATION  OF PH,
     SONICATION, IONIC  STRENGTH AND CHEMICAL  TREATMENTS  FQR IMPROVING THE
     RECOVERY OF THE MOCROBES  FROM PARTICULATE MATTER  WILL  BE  PURSUED,  ALSO THE
      LIMULUS TEST AND  FITC  WILL BE COMPARED  FOR  THEIR SENSITIVITY  IN
     ESTIMATING RECOVERED BIOMASS FRO* SEDIMENTS  AND  PARTICULATE MATTER,

-------
IMPACT OF NUTRIENT 1 SEDIMENTS ON SURFACE WATERS IN THE U,S,

   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/76 • 09/78 I FUNDING I CST, - FY   77  / S  100035
    TASK/EPA CODE IK609A.J09    / R80U868-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY7b / S  1000001
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  L  BROCKWAY
   INVESTIGATORS i   F  B GOLLEY                   UNIV. OF GEORGIA
   MILEl  10/78 -REPORT  ON NATURE AND MAGNITUDE OF SEDIMENT AND NUTRIENT LOADING
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY IS TO ASSESS THE MAGNITUDE AND NATURE OF
     NUTRIENT AND SEDIMENTS ENTERING SURFACE  WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES AND TO
     PREPARE A RESEARCH PLAN TO FILL GAPS IN  THE STATE OF KNOWLEDGE OF THE
     MAGNITUDE AND NATURE OF NUTRIENTS AND SEDIMENTS ENTERING SURFACE WATERS^ A
     STATE OF KNOWLEDGE REPORT WILL BE DEVELOPED BY TEAMS OF  EXPERIENCED
     RESEARCH WORKERS AND APPLIED SCIENTISTS  WHO WILL  SURVEY  THE AVAILABLE
     INFORMATION AND SUMMARIZE THESE DATA IN  AN APPROPRIATE FORM,

-------
THE VIRUS CARRIAGE STATUS IN THE HARD-SHELL  CLAM  .  THE  PRECISION,
SENSITIVITY AND ACCURACY OF METHODS FOR  ITS  DETECTION
   START/ COMPL DATE I     10/77 - 10/78  I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $    31000
    TASK/EPA CODE ID607A-024    / R80«86aol-a  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $   3l59«l
   PROJECT OFFICER I M  A  LEVIN
   INVESTIGATORS |   T  G METCALF                  UNIV, OP  NEW HAMPSHIRE
     THE  PURPOSE OF  THE STUDY IS TO DETERMINE  WHETHER  AN  ACCEPTABLE VIRUS RE
     COVERY METHOD SPECIFICALLY APPLICABLE TO  THE HARD-SHELL  CLAM  EXISTS  OR  CAN
      BE  DEVELOPED FOR  USE IN EVALUATING THE VIRUS-ASSOCIATED  H
     EALTH HAZARD IN MAN WHICH MIGHT RESULT  FROM  THE CONSUMPTION OF UNCOOKED  OR
      STEAMED HARD-SHELL CLAMS HARVESTED FROM  APPROVED  WATERS. AN  ACCE
     PTABLE RECOVERY METHOD WOULD HAVE  A PROPOSED PRECISION OF PLUS OR MINUS  20
     PERCENT*  A SENSITIVITY OF 1-2 PFU  PER 100 GRAMS,  AND AN  ACCURACY OF  70
     PERCENT.  INFORMATION WILL BE SOUGHT ON  THE USEFULNESS  OF  AN ENTERQVIRUS
     INDICATOR FOR ASSESSING HEALTH HAZARDS  ASSOCIATED  WITH HARD-SHELL CLAMS
     OBTAINED FROM POLLUTED WATERS AND  RETAIL  MARKET SOURCES,  THE  STUDY  WILL
     BE  COORDINATED  WITH A HEALTH EFFECTS  RESEARCH  LABORATORY  PROGRAM cONCE
     RNED WITH POTENTIAL PUBLIC HEALTH  PROBLEMS OF  BACTERIAL  OR VIRAL ORIGIN  IN
      MAN RESULTING  FROM THE INGESTION  OF  HARD-SHELL CLAMS,

-------
DIFFUSION CHAMBER ARRAY FOR AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE

   START/ COMF1 DATE |    04/77 - 03/7« I  FUNDING I  E3T, • FY   77  / $   31000
    TA8K/EPA CODE 10609 -05     / R60U886      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $   250001
   PROJECT OFFICER I A P  DUFOUR
   INVESTIGATORS |   J M SIEBURTH                 UNIV, OF RHODE ISLAND
   MILEI os/78 -COMPLETION
     THIS IS ONE OF A MULTI-PART PROJECT WHOSE SUMMARY MAY BE IDENTICAL TO
     OTHERS. OBJECTIVEI TO PROVIDE A TESTED AND WORKING PROTOTYPE OF A BUOYED D
     IFFUSION CHAMBER ARRAY FOR MULTI-DEPTH ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE OF SEWAGE IN
      AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS TO BE USED TO FOLLOW THE  RATE OF DECAY OF FECAL
      INDICATORS ANO PATHOGENS OF HUMAN ORIGIN. APPROACH! WE^L-AGITATED
     NUCLEPQRE MEMBRANES PERMIT THE FREE DIFFUSION OF SOLUTES THROUGH THE PORES
      WHILE BOTH RETAINING BACTERIA AND VIRUSES AND  MINIMIZING THE
     NERNST LAYER, PLUGGING AND WALL GROWTH, THE USE OF THESE MEMBRANES IN A
     SUBMERSIBLE TRANSLUCENT CHAMBER ALLOWS THE TOTAL EFFECT OF IN.SITU TEMPE
     RATURE, SUNLIGHT, INORGANIC AND ORGANIC SOLUTES TO 8E OBSERVED ON THE TEST
     INDICATORS AND PATHOGENS, THE DEPLOYMENT OF DIFFUSION CHAMBERS AT THREE
     DEPTHS ALLOWS THE EFFECT OF THE CONDITIONS NEAR THE SURFACE, NEAR THE TH
     ERMOCLINE AND 8F.LOW THE THERMOCLINE OR PHOTIC ZONE TO BE OBSERVED SIMULTAN
     EOIJSLY, AS THE BUOYED ARRAY DRIFTS WITH TH£ SEWAGE PLUME IN THE TEST AREA,"
     A LIGHT-PROTECTED CLOSED LOOP OF TUBING *ITH A  MINIMAL VOLUME OF CONSTANTL
     Y PUMPED LIQUID BETWEEN THE CELLS AND THE SURFACE 8UOY PERMITS SAMPLING AT
      INTERVALS OF CHOICE FRQM AN INFLATABLE VESSEL  WITHOUT RAISING THE
     ARRAY.' CURRENT PLANS* THE PROTOTYPE WILL BE TESTED AND REFINED IN RHODE
     ISLAND WATERS TO MEET THE SPECIFICATIONS OF THE EPA HEALTH EFFECTS
     LABORATORY AT WEST KINGSTON, R.I,

-------
PROTECTION
SYSTEMS BY
      Of ASBESTOS-CEMENT PIPE FROM CORROSION
      WATER TREATMENT
IN WATER DISTRIBUTION
   START/ COMPL DATE I     11/76 - 10/78 I
    TASK/EPA CODE IC614A-7138   / R80«888<
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  W  8UELOW
   INVESTIGATORS |   C  E GRUBB
                     W  J ROLLINS
   MILEl  09/76 -GRANT AWARDED
         08/77 -TREATMENT STARTED
         oe/78 -FINAL REPORT
     OBjECTIVEl TO COAT A3BEST03«CEMENT
     PREVENT ASBESTOS FIBERS  FROM BEING
                                     FUNDING I E3T, - FY   76
                                     •02  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76
                  / s
               11160
              306001
                                             COMM,
                                             COMM.
      OF
      OF
PUBLIC
PUBLIC
WORKS
WORKS
                                   PIPE USED IN POTABLE WATER SYSTEMS TO
                                   ERODED INTO THE WATER. APPROACHl ALL
 WATER ENTERING THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WILL BE TREATED WITH AN ANT
I-CORROSION AGENT CZINC-ORTHROPHQSPHATEJ, PROGRESS! MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES
HAVE BEEN ORDERED. PROCESS SHOULD START BY MID-SUMMER.

-------
FULL AND PILOT SCALE EVALUATION AND OPTIMIZATION  OF  THE  ANAEROBIC  SLUDGE
 DIGESTION PROCESS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/77 - OS/79 I  FUNDING I  EST,  -  FY    77  /  $   12926!
    TA9K/EPA CODE IC611B-7Q66   / R804889.01   (GRANT)  PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I B  V  SALOTTO
   INVESTIGATORS |   J  H MOSER                    KENOSHA WATER  UTILITY
                     J  H MOSER                    CNVIREX INCORPORATED
                     0  F NELSON                   KENQSHA WATER  UTILITY
                     G  G SELIN                    KENOSHA WATER  POLLUTION PLANT
   MILEl 03/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROPOSED WORK  IS  TO OPTIMIZE  OPERATIONAL
     PERFORMANCE AND SYSTEM COSTS OF ANAEROBIC TREATMENT  SYSTEMS,  THIS PROPOSAL
     DESCRIBES TWO APPROACHES WHICH OFFER  POTENTIAL  FOR  OPTIMIZING SYSTEM
     DESIGN FOR DIGESTION OF  MUNICIPAL SLUDGES.  OPTIMIZATION  OF  THE DESIGN AND
      OPERATIONAL VARIABLES OF A SINGLE-STAGE HIGH-RATE  DIGESTER WOULD LEAD
      TO THE MOST COST-EFFECTIVE DIGESTER  DESIGN. OPTIMIZATION OF  THE
     ANAEROBIC TREATMENT PROCESS TRAIN WOULD PROVIDE FOR  THE  MOST  EFFECTIVE  AND
     VIABLE ROUTE FOR DIGESTING SLUDGE SOLlDSi IN TERMS  OF  BOTH  COSTS  AND PER
     FORMANCE, MORE SPECIFICALLY, THE FOLLOWING  AREAS WILL  BE INVESTIGATED AT T
     HE KENOSHA WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PLANT OVER AN EIGHTEEN-MONTH PERIOD? it
      FULL-SCALE OPTIMIZATION OF OPERATIONAL VARIABLES (SRT AND  soj IN
     HIGH-RATE DIGESTION, 2,  PILOT.SCALE EVALUATION  OF SINGLE-STAGE HIGH-RATE
      DI6E8TION/CENTRIFUGATION, 5, PILOT-SCALE EVALUATION OF
     ANAEROBIC CONTACT  PROCESS. «. PILOT-SCALE EVALUATION OF  TQRPEY PROCESS.

-------
LONG DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF AIR POLLUTANTS
   START/ COHPL DAT
    TASK/EPA CODE I
   PROJECT OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS I
   MILEl  09/78 -FIN
     THIS RESEARCH
     PREDICTING OR
     FROM THE TRANS
     100  KILOMETERS
     UPON THE PANDO
     DETERMINE LONG
     UDES EFFECTS 0
     CAN  ACCOUNT FO
     UDIES OF SOX T
      AVAILABLE MQN
E I    0
G603A-AB
I K    D
  J A FA
AL REPOR
IS CONCE
CORRELAT
PORT OF
)f A HOR
M HORIZO
 TIME AV
F TRANSF
R VERTIC
RANSPORT
1TORING
9/77 • 09
•37  / R8
EMERJIAN
V
T
RNED WITH
ING MEASU
POLLUTANT
IZONTAL D
NTAL CONV
ERAGE POL
ORMATION
AL DIFFUS
 AND DIFF
DATA IN
/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,
04891-01  (GRANT)   PR
          • FY
          IOR
       77  / $
     FY
                                      53157
                                          1
              MASS, INST, OF TECHNOLOGY
 DEVE
REMEN
S OVE
IFFUS
ECTIV
LUTAN
AND D
ION N
USION
HE CO
     LOPING
     T3 OF
     R LONG
     ION MO
     E MOTI
     T CONC
     EPLETI
     HERE N
      "ILL
     NTJNEN
 AN A
AIR P
 DIST
DEL*
ON OF
ENTRA
ON AS
ECESS
BE CA
TAL U
NALYT
OLLUT
ANCES
USING
 THE
TIONS
 FIRS
ARY,
RRIED
.S.
ICAL TECHNIQUE FOR
ANT LEVELS RESULTING
 (I.E.* GREATER THAN
 DIFFUSIVITIES BASED
      IS USED TO
,  THE MODEL INCL
T  ORDER PROCESSES, AND
VARIOUS PARAMfTRIC ST
 OUT AND COMPARED WITH

-------
804894
     An aeration project is proposed  in the lower portion of the approximately
seven mile long 20 billion gallon  Loch Raven Reservoir, a key element  in the
metropolitan Baltimore area water  supply system.

     Primary objectives are reservoir destratification by aeration, improvement of
dissolved oxygen concentrations at  lower depths during summer months with
concommittant reduction in manganese  levels,  and a decrease in the number of
blue-green algae and also possibly  in the total algal count.  If these objectives
are met, major improvements will occur in raw water quality including elimination
of taste and odor problems associated with blue-green algal blooms and reduction
in chlorine necessary to mitigate  the manganese problem in the fall.

     The proposed system involves  the feed of compressed air into perforated tubing
on the reservoir bottom within a 0.6  mile distance above the dam.  Resultant rising
air bubbles will achieve destratification.   Criteria to be met in the aerated zone
are a uniform temperature depth profile (+ 3°C) and a 2.0 mg/1 minimum dissolved
oxygen concentration at the reservoir bottom.

-------
804896
 Restorative measures  involves watershed  modifications  and purchase
 of easements.  The project  specifically  includes  construction of
 flood control dams, sediment retention structures and  diversion;
 seeding gulley shaping; and roadside  erosion control (SCS).

-------
DETERMINATION OF GIARDIA CYST VIABILITY
   START/ COMPL DATE I    10/76 •
    TASK/EPA COPE |C61«A«7186   /
   PROJECT OFFICER I J C  HQFF
   INVESTIGATORS I   E A MEYER

   MILEl
                             10/76 I FUNDING I EST, • FY   77  / $   41983
                             R80489fl*02  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / $   419851


                                             OREGON STATE HIGHER EDUC.* SYS
    10/76
    08/77

    12/77
    09/78

    12/78
OBJECTIVES!
                                        THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SENSITIVE,
                                        WHETHER OR NOT GIARDIA CYSTS ARE
                                        OBTAINING A SUPPLY OF GIARDIA CYSTS, AS
                                        WILL BE IDENTIFIED AND USED AS A SOURCE
                           (FROM THE UNIV. OF ORE, HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER) OR
                           REGIONAL PRIMATE CENTER) MAY BE USEDf A SUPPLY OF
           PROJECT START
          •CONTINUATION FUNDING PACKAGE PROCESSED
          -ANNUAL REPORT
          -PROJECT COMPLETED
          -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
            PRINCIPAL OBJECTIVE IS
STANDARDIZED METHOD OF DETERMINING
VIABLE, APPROACH/CURRENT PLANSi A.
YMPTOMATIC* GIARDIA-INFECTED HOSTS
OF CYSTS, HUMAN HOSTS
 MONKEY HOSTS (OREGON
DOGS IS ALSO AVAILABLE, B, PURIFICATION AND CONCENTRATION OF GIARDIA CYSTS
FROM FECAL MATTER, SEVERAL METHODS WILL BE TESTED AND THE MOST SUITABLE
ONE ADAPTED, THESE INCLUDE THE FILTRATION OF HOMOGENIZED FECAL
SUSPENSION THROUGH GRADED (5, 10, 15 MICRON) NYLON SCREENS, AND THE USE OF
SUCROSE DENSITY GRADIENTS, C, DETERMINATION OF CYST VIABILITY WILL BE APPR
CACHED IN SEVERAL WAYSf (1)  THE POSITIVE/NEGATIVE CULTURE METHOD* IN WHICH
THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF CYSTS  NEEDED TO ESTABLISH A CULTURE IS DETERMINED,
(2) CYST INFECTIVITYI DEVELOPMENT OF A SUITABLE ANIMAL MODEL, NORMAL AS
WELL AS IMMUNOSUPPRESSED ANIMALS WILL BE TESTED FOR THIS PURPOSE, PRE
LI^INARY EXPERIMENTS SUGGEST THAT THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSEO MOUSE IS CAPABLE OF
SUPPORTING INFECTIONS OF GIARDIA RECOVERED FRO* MAN, (3) OUANTITATED 810
LUMINESCENCE, THIS METHOD INVOLVES DETERMINING WHETHER ATP, PRESENT IN ALL
LIVING CELLS, IS DEMONSTRABLE AND QUANTIFIABLE IN GIARDIA CYSTS,

-------
     or VIRUS FROM PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES
START/ COMPL DATE I    JO/76 -
 TASK/EPA CODE ID614B.Q26    /
PROJECT OFFICER
INVESTIGATORS i
             UNIV.
             UNIV.
             UNIV,
             UNIV,
PACKAGE PROCESSED
CONSTRUCTION
OF
OF
OF
OF
MISSOURI
MISSOURI
MISSOURI
MISSOURI
                               10/76 I  FUNDING I  EST, - FY   77  / »   20000
                               R80«903-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 /          1
                I E W  AKIN
                  J T 3C9NNOR
                  L   HEMPHILL
                  L   LEE
                  V   STUMP
MILEl 08/77 "CONTINUATION! FUNDING
      01/76 -COMPLETE PILOT PLANT
      OP/78 -PROJECT COMPLETED
      12/78 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
  THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED RESEARCH IS TO DETERMINE THE VIRUS REMOVAL
  OR DESTRUCTION CAPABILITY OF VARIOUS  WATER TREATMENT PROCESSES, THE PRO
  CESSES TO BE TESTED WILL INCLUDE CONVENTIONAL PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL TREATM
  ENT PROCESSES, AS WELL AS DISINFECTION, PARTICULAR EMPHASIS WILL BE PLACED
  ON THE VIRICIDAL PROPERTIES OF VARIOUS WATER DISINFECTANTS, INCLUDING
  CHLORINE, CHLORAMINE, CHLORINE DIOXIDE AND OZONE ON NATURALLY OCCURRING
  VIRUS.' THE PROPOSED STUDY WILL BE CONDUCTED AT  THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT
  IN LEXINGTON, MISSOURI, UTILIZING WATER FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER. THE
  OVERALL STUDY "ILL CONSIST OF THREE PARTS, THE  FIRST PART WILL BE A LONGIT
  UDINAL STUDY OF AT LEAST ONE YEAR TO  DETERMINE  THE VIRAL CONTENT OF THE IN
  FLUENT AND FINISHED WATER FROM THE LEXINGTON WATER TREATMENT PLANT, IN THE
   SECOND PART, AN ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO ASSESS THE CONTINUED EFFF.CTIV
  CNE8S OF WATER DISINFECTION PROCESSES UTILIZING MISSOURI RIVER WATER WHICH
  HAS BEEN PRESETTLED (UNDERGONE PLAIN  SEDIMENTATION) OR SOFTENED BY THE
  ADDITION OF LIME, FINALLY, A PILOT PLANTS WILL  BE CONSTRUCTED TO ASSESS
  THE EFFECT OF CONVENTIONAL WATER TREATMENT PROCESSES ON THE REMOVAL OF
  NATURALLY OCCURRING VIRUS, THE PILOT  PLANT WILL BE A PORTABLE, 10 GPM
  TREATMENT UNIT PROVIDING FDR CHEMICAL ADDITION  AND MIXING, COAGULATION, SE
  DIMENTATION AND FILTRATION, THE TREATMENT RESPONSES TO BE MEASURED WILL BE
  PRIMARILY VIROLOGICAL, BUT WILL INCLUDE OTHER CONVENTIONAL OR TENTATIVE
  MEASURES OF MICROBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION SUCH  AS MPN, FECAL c
  OLIFCIRM, TOTAL COLIFORM, ACID-FAST ORGANISMS AND YEAST, WHERE APPROPRIATE,
  ADDITIONAL SAMPLES WILL BE COLLECTED  FOR ANALYSIS FOR THE FORMATION OF
  CHLORINATED ORGANIC COMPOUNDS.

-------
804906
Restoration techniques include removal of accumulated sludge and
sediment, diversion of storm water, expansion of marshy areas in
order to filter and dilute natureal run off, and stabilization
of soil around the lake system to prevent erosion.

-------
804908
Renovation consists of draining and dredging  the  pond,  erosion
control, pond inlet and outlet improvement and pond  bottom repair,

-------
804910

This application is for a Federal matching grant to assist North
Marin County Water District to restore Stafford Lake'' a 4400
acre foot municipal water supply reservoir constructed in 1950
to serve 45,000 people and also providing fishing and shoreline
recreation benefits (golf course, park and picnic areas).  Over
the years the lake has been the receptical of nutrient laden
silt which has accelerated the lake cycle to a eutrophic state.
The nutrients stem chiefly from dairy wastes which are in the
process of being controlled but the shallow areas created over
the years and enriched bottom sediments requires removal to
restore lake health.  Yet an additional source of pollution is
runoff from urban development encroaching on the east perimeter.
One key buffer (land) purchase could stem this encroachment.
Currently, part of the desired buffer land is also subjected to
gross overgrazing which is resulting in rapid erosion which must
be halted by erosion control work.         ,   .                ,

-------
804917
     The  purpose  of  this project is  to assess the environmental impact of
wastewater  contaminants  originating  from the production of synthetic fuels
from coal,  and to evaluate alternative wastewater treatment technologies
for the control of these contaminants.   The project is carried out in
several phases over  a  5-year period  consisting of (a)  a literature review
and survey  of  pilot- and full-scale  coal conversion facilities to identify
specific contaminants  which might be found in coal processing wastewaters,
(b) a study of the biodegradability  of selected organic constituents from
such wastewaters  including an assessment of the aquatic impact of these
constituents and  biodegradation products,  (c) biological and physical-
chemical treatability  studies of selected organic constituents and
identification of the  residuals following treatment,  (d) animal toxicology
studies to  evaluate  the  potential health effects of those wastewater
components  for which sufficient information is not available in the
literature,  (e) treatability studies of composite synthetic and real coal-
processing  waters including analytical characterization and aquatic impact
assessment  of  the treated waters, and (f)  development  of design criteria
for continuous treatment of wastewaters from coal-conversion facilities.

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF BIOASSAY PROCEDURES FOR DEFINING POLLUTION OF  HARBOR
SEDIMENTS
   START/ COMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE IN608A
   PROJECT OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS i
                       11/76 - 10/78 I
                     •065    / R80U918

                I R L  ANDERSON

                  D A BAHNICK

                  A L BUIKEMA

                  J   CAIRNS

                  C L RUTHERFORD
                  W A SWENSON

MILEl 09/78 "FINAL REPORT
  THIS PROJECT WILL MEASURE THE EFFECTIVENESS
   AND CHEMICAL TESTS FOR DEFINING QUALITY OF

   REMOVAL BY DREDGING, RESULTS OF CHEMICAL

  TILE SOLIDS* COD* TOTAL KJELDAHL NITROGEN,
FUNDING «  EST, - FY
01  (GRANT)   PRIOR
     77

   FY76
 / S
/ $
1980911
        UNIV. OF

        VIRGINIA

        VIRGINIA

        VIRGINIA

        UNIVj OF
WISCONSIN
POLY. INST.
POLY. INST,
POLY. INST,
WISCONSIN
                                                                         ST.
                                                                         ST.
                                                                         ST.
          u
                                                 OF SEVERAL BIOASSAY PROCEDURES
                                                 HARBOR SEDIMENTS SUBJECT TO
                                               TESTS FOR CONCENTRATION OF VOLA

                                                OIL AND GREASE*  *CB'8» SELECTED
      PESTICIDES AND POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN HARBOR SEDIMENTS
     AND/OR THEIR INTERSTITIAL WATERS WILL BE DETERMINED AND RELATED TO
     THE FOLLOWING!  1,  CONCENTRATION OF METALS AND ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN
     CHIRQNOMIDAE REMOVED FROM THE SEDIMENTS. 2.  COUGH RESPONSE OF BLUEGILL
     SUNFISH IN BIOASSAYS USING SEDIMENT INTERSTITIAL WATERS. 3, SURVIVAL OF DA
     PHNlA SP,  IN BIOASSAYS WITH SEDIMENT AND SURFICIAL WATERS, «, BEHAVIOR AND
     SURVIVAL OF HEXAGENIA 3P9 IN HARBOR SEDIMENTS, 5, BIOACCUMULA
     TING POTENTIAL* AS DEFINED BY THE LIPID/WATER PARTITION COEFFICIENT OF ORG
     ANIC CHEMICALS  IN  INTERSTITIAL WATER WILL BE DEFINED FROM RELATIONSHIPS TO
     CONCENTRATION IN CHIROMQMIDAE. 6. ACTIVITY OF ENZYMES IN SEDIMENT IN
     TERSTITIAL WATERS, AND (7) BIQCQNCENTRATION  OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS BY FISH,
     THE PROJECT WILL PROVIDE SEVERAL RELIABLE AND INEXPENSIVE SHORT-TERM TESTS
      FOR ACCURATELY DEFINING THE POLLUTION STATUS OF POTENTIAL HARBOUR
      MATERIALS.

-------
A NUMERICAL STUDY OF HALOCARBON CHEMICAL REACTION  ON  STRATOSPHERIC  &
TP.OP08PHERIC OZONE & OTHER PHOTOCHEMICAL PROCESSES (ABBREV)
   3TAP.T/ COMPL DATE |     11/76 - 10/79 I  FUNDING  I  E3T,  -  FY    77   /  $    56000
    TA3K/EPA CODE IG603A.AI-06  / R80U921  01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $   SaOOOl
   PRDJFCT OFFICER I P     HANST
   INVESTIGATORS i   P  j CRUTZEN                  COLORADO  STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  06/79 -FINAL REPORT
     A  SYSTEMATIC DEVELOPMENT  OF NUMERICAL MODELS  CAPABLE OF  EXAMINING THE EF
     FECTS OF HALOGENATED GASES ON STRATOSPHERIC  PHOTOCHEMISTRY  AND THE  FARTHiS
      OZONE BALANCE  WILL BE UNDERTAKEN. BECAUSE  THE  INDUSTRIAL HALOGENA
     TED  5ASES HAVE  THEIR ORIGIN AT THE SURFACE,  THIS RESEARCH WILL ALSO BE CON
     CERNED WITH THE FATE OF  THESE GASES IN THE  TROPOSPHERE,  TO  ACCOMPLISH THIS
     GOAL,  IT IS IMPORTANT TO  SIMULATE ATMOSPHERIC PROCESSES  AS
     REALISTICALLY AS POSSIBLE, THEREFORE, THE MODEL  SHOULD BE DESIGNED  SUCH TH
     AT EXCHANGE MECHANISMS IN THE PLANETARY  BOUNDARY LAYER,  AS  WELL  AS  BETWEEN
     THE  TROPOSPHERE AND STRATOSPHERE, CA*I BE PROPERLY SIMULATED, THE
     FIRST STEP OF THIS MODELING EFFORT WILL  BE  THE  DESIGN  AND EXAMINATION OF
     THE  RESULTS OF  A ONE-DIMENSIONAL, TIME-DEPENDENT MODEL,  EVENTUALLY
     TWO- AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODELS INCORPORATING  REALISTIC BOUNDARY  CONDI
     TIONS WILL BE DEVELOPED,  USING THE BEST  AVAILABLE CHEMICAL  KINETIC  DATA, A
     DETAILED EXAMINATION OF  THE FORMATION OF INTERMEDIATE  HALOGENATFD GASFS
     WHICH MAY OR MAY NOT BE  REMOVED FROM  THE TROPOSPHERE BY  HETEROGEN
     EOUS PROCESSES  WILL BE CONDUCTED, TO  OBTAIN  A MEASURE  OF  THE EFFICIENCY OF
      THESE PROCESSES,  THE NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS  WILL BE  COMPARED TO
     MEASUREMENTS OF THE VARIOUS HALOGENATED  GASES IN THE ATMOSPHERE,

-------
10/78 I
PREPARATION OF A MUNICIPAL TECHNOLOGY BULLETIN  AND  INPUT  TO  THE  WR3IC
DATA SERVICE
   START/ CQMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE IU622E
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  B
   INVESTIGATORS I   H
                     J
FUNDI
01 (
NG 1 EST, - FY 77
GRANT) PRIOR FY76 /
FRANKLIN INST, OF
FRANKLIN INST, OF
FRANKLIN INST, OF
FRANKLIN INST, OF
FRANKLIN INST, OF
FRANKLIN INST, OF
/ »
S
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
STATE
57219
583021
OF PA
OF PA
OF PA
OF PA
(IF PA
OF PA
                     10/77 -
                    08     /
                     RISHER
                    MIIDQ
                    KUTCHER
                L   ERDELYI
                R P KRAMER
                I   TAKACS
                J   PIMTO
    12/76 -MUNICAPAL TECHNOLOGY BULLETIN, ISSUE *i»  THE FIRST OF 12 MONTHL
    11/78 -FINAL REPORT
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THIS GRANT, THE SCIENCE INFORMATION SERVICES
DEPARTMENT OF THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE RESEARCH LABORATORIES WILL DO THE FOL
LOWINGI BY CONTINUOUSLY SURVEYING THE UNITED STATES' AND FOREIGN TECHNICAL
 LITERATURE AND MAINTAINING CLOSE LIAISON WITH VARIOUS RESEARCH OR6
ANIZATIONS IN AREAS OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER POLLUTION CONTROL* 3,1,3, WILL
EMPHASIZE THE FOLLOWING SUBJECT AREAS! URBAN RUNOFF AND SEWERSf TUNNEL
TECHNOLOGY* PATENTS, TREATMENT METHODS, ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES,
HYDRQL'OGY, AND MODEL STUDIES, THIS LITERATURE WILL BE SCANNED ON A MONTHLY
BASIS." PERTINENT MATERIAL WILL BE CHOSEN FOR INCLUSION IN THE MONTHLY
TECHNOLOGY BULLETIN AND WATER RESOURCES SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION CENTER
 fwRsio DATA SERVICE, SELECTED LITERATURE WILL BE ABSTRACTED,
THE BULLETIN WILL BE PREPARED AND DISTRIBUTED, INDEXES AND A JOURNAL LIST
WILL BE PREPARED, CAMERA-READY COPY WILL BE PROVIDED TO PROJECT
OFFICER, BULLETIN WILL BE MAILED TO DISTRIBUTION LIST PROVIDED BY THE
PROJECT OFFICER,

-------
  THREE YEAR STUDY ON STATISTICS AND  ENVIRONMENTAL  FACTORS  IN HEALTH
START/ COMPL DATE I     10/76 - 10/79  I  FUNDING  I  EST.  •  FY    77   /  $
 TASK/EPA CODE IH601C-721U   / R80«932-02   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / S
PROJECT OFFICER 1
INVESTIGATORS i











MILEJ 07/77 -SIMS
07/78 -SIMS
w c NELSON
D L THDM3EN
J L FLEISS
I F GOLDSTEIN
J M CUZICK
H E R09BINS
B SINGER
I OLKIN
P DlACONIS
R E FAITH
Y MITTAL
L E MOSFS
T w 3ASER
TECHNICAL PRO
TECHNICAL PRO
                                               SOC.  FOR
                                               COLUMBIA
                                               COLUMBIA

                                               COLUMBIA

                                               COLUMBIA
                                               COLUMBIA

                                               STANFORD

                                               STANFORD
                                               STANFORD

                                               STANFORD

                                               STANFORD

                                               STANFORD
INDUS. & A
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
 100000
 U50001


MATH.
                                  SS  REPORT
                                  SS  REPORT
  SIMS.  DURING  1976  SIMS  «ILL  CONTINUE  TO  COORDINATE  THE  STUDY  AS  OUTLINED
  IN  THE  PROPOSAL  (FEBRUARY  1976).  THIS COORDINATION  WILL  IN  PART  CONSIST
  OF  ENSURING COMMUNICATION  B£TW£N  THE  REVIEW  PANEL AND  THE CENTERS  AT  COLU
  MBIA  AND  STANFORD!  IT  *ILL  ALSO  CONSIST  OF ENSURING DIRECT  COMMUNICATION B
  ETWFEN  THE TWO CENTERS  IN  THE  FORM  OF BOTH PERSONAL VISITATIONS  BY  MEMBERS
  OF  THE  STUDY  AND SEMINARS  AS APPROPRIATE.  AS SOON AS ANY  TECHNICAL
  REPORTS AND PAPERS  ARE  PRODUCED  AS  A  RESULT  OP  THE  STUDY, SIMS WILL SEE TH
  AT  THERE  IS SUITABLE  DISTRIBUTION.  COLUMBIA! THE FIRST  STEPS  WILL  BE  TAKEN
  TOWARDS THE CONSTRUCTION OF  A  DOUBLY  STOCHASTIC POI3SON  PROCESS  AS  A  MODE
  L FOR  MORTALITY  AND MORBIDITY  DATA  IN WHICH  THE RATE PARAMETER IS  ITSELF A
   RANDOM VARIABLE DEPENDING  ON  TIME, WEATHER, AND POLLUTION, RESEARCH  WILL
   BEGIN  TO DEVELOP  SOUNDER  STATISTICAL METHODS THAN  SO  FAR EMPLOYED  FOR
  DETECTING GEOGRAPHIC  AREAS  IN  WHICH THERE  IS NONRANDOM  CLUSTERING  OF  CA
  SE8 OF  A  CERTAIN DISORDER*  WITH  PROPER CONTROL  FOR  SUCH  FACTORS  AS  SIZE OF
   POPULATION,  PROXIMITY  TO  TREATMENT FACILITIES, AND UTILIZATION  OF  THOSE
  FACILITIES, PRINCIPAL  COMPONENTS  ANALYSIS  FOR INDIVIDUAL  POLLUTANTS WILL
  BEGIN  OF  CORRELATIONS,  COVARIANCES, AND  RAW  CROSS-PRODUCTS  BETWEEN
   READINGS FROM THE  ao  MONITORING  STATIONS  IN THE NEW YORK CITY AEROMETRIC
   NETWORK, STANFORDI DURING  THE FIRST  YEAR, RESEARCH WILL  INCLUDE THE
  FOLLOWING! THE EFFECTS  OF  TIME AVERAGING ON  THE DISTRIBUTION  OF  POLLUTANT
  CONCENTRATION MAXIMA)  THE  RELEVANCE OF PROBABILISTIC ASSUMPTIONS TO THE E
  STIMATION OF  SPATIAL  POLLUTANT D1STRIBUTIONS» THE RELATION  BETWEEN  SPATIAL
  AIR POLLUTION PATTERNS  AND  SPATIAL  HEALTH  AND MORTALITY  STATISTICSI A
  RETROSPECTIVE LOOK  AT  THE  EFFECTS OF  THE 1*74 FUEL  CRISIS ON  AIR POLLUTION
  AND MORTALITY STATISTICS,

-------
BEHAVIOR OF DDT AND KEPONE IN SEDIMENT«WATER SYSTEMS UNDER DIFFERENT
OXIDATION REDUCTION AND PM CONDITIONS
   START/ CQMPL DATE I     iU/76 - 10/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  / $
    TASK/EPA CODE tK609A«305    / R80a94G-01  (SRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 /  $   992001
   PROJECT OFFICER I H  W  HQLM
   INVESTIGATORS f   W  H PATRICK                  LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. SYSTEMS
   MILEI 01/79 -REPORT  TRANSFORMATION OF PESTICIDES  IN WATER/SEDIMENT SYTEMS
     THE RESULTS OF THIS STUDY SHOULD PROVIDE INFORMATION ON (1) CONDITIONS
     AFFECTING THE MOVEMENT QF THESE PESTICIDES INTO ESTUARIES AND QUIET WATER
      AREAS, (2) CONDITIONS GOVERNING MIGRATION OF THE PESTICIDES INTO THE
     SEDIMENT AFTER REACHING A QUIET WATER AREA, AND (PROBABLY MOST IMPORTANT),
     (i) THE EFFECT ON  THE PHYSICO«CHEMICAL CONDITIONS LIKELY TO BE
     ENCOUNTERED IN NATURE ON THE DEGRADATION OF THESE TWO BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE
     PESTICIDES,

-------
CHAMBERS WORKS WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT  -  REMOVAL  OF  ORGANIC  AND
ORGANO-NITROGEN COMPOUNDS PROM WASTEHATER
   START/ COMPL DATE I     11/76 - 11/79 I  FUNDING I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  $   100000
    TASK/EPA CODE IL610B-19     / 880^943-02  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $   B70001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  E  MATTHEWS
   INVESTIGATORS I   H  w HEATH                    E,I.  DU PONT  DE  NEMOURS 8, CO.
   MILEi  li/76 -BEGAN STARTUP OF PACT  SYSTEM
         05/77 -PACT SYSTEM QN LINE
         09/77 -REPORT  ON STARTUP OF PACT  SYSTEM
         11/79 -COMPLETE PROJECT-REPORT ON OPERATION OF PACT  SYSTEM
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS  TO OBTAIN ACTUAL  OPERATING AND COST DATA -
     FROM LARGE SCALE INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF "PACT"  TECHNOLOGY,
     DATA WILL 8E GATHERED FROM A WASTEWATER TREATMENT  PLANT  BEING  CQNSTR
     UCTED AT THE DU PQNT CHAMBERS WORKS TO  TREAT ?fe,000  GPM  COLORED INDUSTRIAL
      WASTEWATE*. NEUTRALIZED EFFLUENT FROM  THE PRIMARY TREATMENT  SECTION
     OF  THE PLANT WILL  BE CONTACTED WITH 100 TO 200  PPM POWDERED ACTIVATED
     CARBON AND FED TO  THREE a,000,000 GALLON AERATORS  IN PARALLEL  CONTA
     INING RECYCLED ACTIVATED SLUDGE,  THE  "PACT"  COMBINED CARBON AND BIOLOGICAL
     TREATMENT WILL REMOVE OVER 90% OF THE WASTEWATER  BOD AS  WELL  AS NON
     -BIODEGRADABLE* BUT CARBON AOSORBABLE ORGANICS, TOXIC  SUBSTANCES  AND COLOR
     WILL ALSO BE REDUCED, -USTEWATER  QUALITY WILL BE  SUFFICIENT TO PERMIT CHA
     MBERS WORKS TOTAL  PLANT EFFLUENT  TO MEET ALL EFFLUENT  LIMITATIONS IN THE P
     LANTIS NPDES PERMIT, THIS CONTINUATION  GRANT WILL  COVER  THE INITIAL YEAR'S
      EXPERIENCE WITH START-UP AND OPERATION OF THE  WASTEWATER  TREATM
     ENT  PLANT. PLANT CONSTRUCTION WAS GENERALLY  COMPLETED  BY  NOVEMBER 1976 AND
     A LENGTHY START-UP PROCEDURE COMMENCED, IT IS EXPECTED THE PLANT  WILL BE
     OPERATING AT PULL  CAPACITY BY MAY, 1977,

-------
DILINEATION OF COASTAL MARSH BOUNDARIES  IN  CENTRAL  ATLANTIC COASTAL
»
REGION
   START/ COMPL DATE
    TASK/EPA CODE
   PROJECT OFFICER I H
   IWESTISATOR3 »   J
   MIlEl  02/78 -FINAL
             WILL DEVELOP
                             01/78 |  FUNDING  I  E3T,  •  FY    77   /  S     1800
                             P804947-01   (SRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  / $    360001

                                                      INST,  OF MARINE  SCI,

                     A SET OF VEGETATIVE  CRITERIA  AND  RELATE THESE
CRITERIA TO A TIDAL DATUM IN THE MID*ATLANTIC  REGION,
  V

  D
                          10/76
                         on
                          KJSBY
                         BOON

-------
804948
 A full cost/benefit  analysis  of  the  nuclear fuel  reprocessing industry
 is proposed.  The  analysis  will  compare,  over time,  the costs of re-
 processing  and  associated charges  versus  the value of the recovered
 materials,  uranium and  plutonium.  The  effects of yellowcake avail-
 ability,  properties  of  plutonium recycle  fuels, safeguard and environ-
 mental costs on  the  value of  the recovered  products  will  also be included
 in the analysis.

 The study will  predict  the  timing  for entry of a  commercial  nuclear fuel
 reprocessing industry.

-------
804949
Project to evaluate efficiency and cost effectiveness of the following
nutrient management and lake restoration pilot projects:  creation of
sod buffer zones along stream banks, construction of residential
sedimentation ponds and installation of an aeration system in the
reservoir.

-------
STRUCTURE ACTIVITY CORRELATION STUDIES
   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/76 • 09/78  I
    TASK/EPA  CODE IN608A-086     / R804953-

   PROJECT  OFFICER  I G  D  VEITH
   INVESTIGATORS »    V  R MAGNUSON

                     D  < HARRISS

   MILE!  09/77  -DEVELOP OU-HY  LANGUAGE FOR
         09/78  -COMPLETE SOFTWARE FDR  DATA

         07/79  »EXPANO  DATA BASE

     A  COMPUTERIZED DATA BASE  DEALING  WITH
FUNDING I  ESTi » FY   77  / *
02  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /
                          70000
                              1
 DATA

 BASE
  UNIV,

  UNIV.

BASE
              OF
              OF
MINNESOTA
MINNESOTA
 TOXICITY AND BIOACCUMULATION OF
     COMPOUNDS  ALONS WITH RELEVANT  PHYSICAL  PARAMETERS  WILL  BE  ESTABLISHED,  su
     BSEQUENTLY,  THIS DATA BASE  WILL  BE  USED TO DETERMINE CORRELATIONS AMONG TH
     E  PHYSICAL PARAMETERS QF  THE COMPOUNDS  AND THEIR  TOXICITY  AND BIDACCUMULAT
     ION.  SUCH  CORRELATION STUDIES  WILL  ALLOW DEVELOPMENT OF A  MODEL TO PREDICT
      TOXICITY  AND  BIOACCUMULATION  OF OTHER  COMPOUNDS  NQT IN THE DATA BASE.

-------
804955
     This  is  a  study  of the performance of electrostatic precipitators
 for  the  control of particulate emissions from nonferrous metallurgical
 smelters,  roasters, and furnaces in zinc, lead, copper, and aluminum
 plants.

     The study  includes the characterization of airborne emissions from
 these operations and  the preparation of a manual that can be used as a
 guide for  the selection and improvement of control equipment.

     Detailed data are  to be obtained from operating installations on
 mass loadings,  particle size distribution, and trace metal and gas
 concentrations.   These  data are to be: combined with laboratory measure-
 ments, of .electrical resistivity of collected particulate matter and wit
 operating  data  on the electrostatic precipitator control equipment.  Th
 information will be used in the analysis of precipitator performance by
 means of a computer model.

     The project also includes the development of improved methods for
 sampling and  analysis of effluent gases from metallurgical operations,
 especially methods of eliminating interferences from chemical reactions
 during sampling.

-------
804974
This project will determine whether the selected pesticides
have reproductive effects in female rats after post-implantation
exposure.   The effects on letter size and weight and effects on
plancental, uterine and ovarian tissues will be examined.  Male
offspring of the experimental mothers will be tested for sterility
effects and the female offspring for fecundity.

-------
804975
The effects of chlordimeform and related compounds  as  an antagonist  of  contraction
of vascular smooth induced by various vasoactive  agents  will  be determined.  The
effects of these chemicals on calcium flux in vascular smooth muscle and on the
release of norepinephrine from sympathetic nerves will also be determined.  Also
to be measured is the effect of chlordimeform on  cardiovascular responses of the
dog, and the interactions of this drug with other vasoactive  agents.

-------
(GRANT)   PRIOR
  77  / S
FY76 / 1
 99250
9975U1
    LOUISIANA  STATE UNJV.  SYSTEMS
    LOUISIANA  STATE UNIV.  SYSTEMS
    LOUISIANA  STATE UNIV.  SYSTEMS
DETERMINATION or THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT  OF SEVERAL  SUBSTITUTE
CHEMICALS IN AGRICULTURALLY.AFFECTED WETLANDS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/76 • 10/79 I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY
    TA8K/EPA CODE |Q608C»l*Oa   / R804976-02
   PROJECT OFFICER  I F  C  WILKES
   INVESTIGATORS i    j  w DAY
                     S  P MEYERS
                     R  P SAMBRELL
   MILEI  10/79  -FINAL REPORT
     A  STUDY DESIGNED TO DEVELOP A MODEL SYSTEM  APPROACH  TO ANALYSIS  OF  BIOCIDE
     EFFECTS*  ESPECIALLY THOSE OF GUTHION AND OTHER  ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS
     PESTICIDES*  IN  ECOLOGICALLY DIVERSE LOCALITIES  IN  SOUTH LOUISIANA.'  PRIMARY
     OBJECTIVE  IS TO ESTABLISH  MEANS OF ALLEVIATING  LAND  USE CONFLICTS BETWEEN
     CHEMICAL  DISCHARGES FROM  AGRICULTURE AND WETLAND  PRODUCTIVITY,  PHASES
     OF  THE STUDY  INVOLVE LABORATORY ANALYSES OF  TARGET  COMPOUND  S
     TABILITY UNDER  DIVERSE PHYSICAL* CHEMICAL*  AND  MICROBIAL  CONDITIONS AND FI
     ELD  INVESTIGATIONS OF ORGANOPHOSPHORUS CHEMICAL  BEHAVIOR*  INCLUDING RUNOFF
     PATTERNS*  BREAKDOWN AND BIQACCUMULATION IN THE  AFFECTED  AREAS,
     LABORATORY  STUDIES OF THE  INFLUENCE OF PH*  OXIDATION-REDUCTION CONDITIONS*
     AND  SALINITY ON THE PERSISTENCE OF GUTHION  IN WETLAND  SOILS ARE  UNDERWAY,
     BASeUINE  STUDIES  TO CHARACTERIZE THE COMMUNITY  COMPOSITION OF PLANTS,
     AQUATIC AND BENTHIC ANIMALS,  AND MICROBIAL  POPULATIONS AT  THE FIELD SITES
     HAVE BEEN  INITIATED, DURING THE SECOND YEAR* LABORATORY  STUDIES ON
     THE  EFFECTS OF  CONTROLLED  PHY3IDCHEMICAL ENVIRONMENTS  ON  THE  FATE OF
     THE  TARGET  COMPOUND WILL CONTINUE, FIELD APPLICATIONS  OF  GUTHION WILL BE
     INITIATED  AND LABORATORY AND FIELD STUDIES  OF THE  EFFECTS  OF  THE
     PESTICIDES  ON COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND METABOLISM WILL BE CONDUCTED.

-------
EVALUATION OF TOXIC COMPONENTS a THEIR  CONCENTRATION  IN  KRAFT  &  SULFITE
     EFFLUENTS
   START/ COMPL DATE
    TASK/EPA CODE 19
   PROJECT OFFICER I
INVESTIGATORS i
MILEl
07/76
08/76
10/76
10/78
!
>10B
V
J M
A B
T E
C C
L T
10/76 •
«411 /
DALLONS
LEACH
MCKAUGE
HOWARD
WALDEN
CHUNG
09/78 1
R80«977
                                 FUNDING I  EST,  • FY
                                »01   (GRANT)   PRIOR
                                                             77
                                                           FY76
                                                                 /  f
                                                                / $
                                               BRITISH
                                               BRITISH
                                               BRITISH
                                               BRITISH
                                               BRITISH
                                                 COLUMBIA
                                                 COLUMBIA
                                                 COLUMBIA
                                                 COLUMBIA
                                                 COLUMBIA
                                                                   RES:
                                                                   RES.
                                                                   RESj
                                                                   RES.
                                                                   RES;
  61000
 830001


COUNCIL
COUNCIL
COUNCIL
COUNCIL
COUNCIL
                FUNDING PACKAGE  SUBMITTED
                AWARD FUNDS  FOR  PROJECT
                FUNDING INCREMENT
                FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     OBJECTIVES!  DEVELOP A CHEMICAL  ANALYSIS  PROCEDURE  FOR  RAPID  MEASUREMENT  OF
      TOXIC  MATERIALS CONCENTRATION  IN BLEACHED  AND  UNBLEACHED  KRAFT
     WHOLE  MILL  EFFLUENTS, GRQUNDWQOD EFFLUENTS  AND  SULFITE MILL  EFFLUEN
     Tst  AND RELATE  THE CHEMICAL ASSAY RESULTS TO  EFFLUENT  TOXICITY MEASURED  IN
      BIOASSAYS  USING RAINBOW TROUT, APPROACH! THE EXPERIMENTAL WORK  WILL
     BE  CARRIED  OUT  IN TWO PHASES!  A* DEVELOPMENT  OF THE  ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE
     AND  DEMONSTRATION OF A  RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN ANALYTICAL RESULTS AND EFFLU
     ENT  TOXICITY.  ALSO,  TOXIC LOADINGS  IN  EFFLUENTS FROM VARIOUS TYPES OF  PULP
      MILLS, A FINAL REPORT  WJLL BE  ISSUED  DETAILING FINDINGS OBTAINED PROM
     THIS EFFORT,

-------
NOX EMISSIONS FROM FLUIDJZCD COMBUSTION

   START/  COMPL  DATE  I     10/76  •  05/79  I  FUNDlNd  I C3T, • FY   77  / S   150000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  iF623A«o5      /  R8o«978      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76  / s   1000001
   PROJECT  OFFICER I  W     STEEN
   INVESTIGATORS  |   J  M  BEER                      MASS,  INST. OF  TECHNOLOGY
   MILEl Ofl/77 -INSTALLATION OF  7,5  CM BATCH  TYPE  COMBUSTQR
        09/77 "DESIGN  AND INSTALLATION  OF  30  X  30 CM  AFB AND SAMPLING TRAIN
        10/7* -DESIGN  AND CONSTRUCT  10  CM  PF8
        0<»/79 -COMPLETE  DATA  ANALYSIS
        05/79 -COMPLETE  MATHEMATICAL MODEL DEVELOPMENT
    OBJECTIVES OF THE  PROGRAM AREl  1, TO  DEVELOP  A MECHANISTIC MATHEMATICAL
    MODEL  FOR THE PREDICTION  OF NO  EMISSION  FROM  COAL BURNING FLUIDIZED BEDS,
    Z. Tg  PROVIDE PHYSICAL»CHEMICAL  INPUT  PARAMETERS  FOR THE MODEL BY AN EXPER
    IMENTAL  STUDY OF THE  NO FORMATION.DESTRUCTION PROCESSES IN FLUIDIZEO BEDS,
      3. TO GENERATE  INFORMATION NECESSARY  FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW CONTROL
    TECHNOLOGY OF NOX  EMISSION  BASED ON DETAILED  PILOT  PLANT SCALE ANo
    8ENCH  SCALE STUDIES  AT  BOTH ATMOSPHERIC  AND ELEVATED PRESSURE, 4, TO
    TEST THE MATHEMATICAL MODELS  SEVERELY  OVER  SUFFICIENTLY WIDE RANGES OF
    OPERATING VARIABLES,  APPROACH TO BE U3EDI THE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY CONSISTS
    OF TWO PARALLEL  INVE3TIGATIONSI  1,  THE STUDY  OF THE NO FORMATION«OESTRUCT
    ION PROCESSES IN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATED PLUIDIZED  CQMBUSTORSf 2, BATCH TYPE
      KINETIC STUDIES CARRIED  OUT  WITH THE  7,5 CM  DIA  EXTERNALLY  HEATED  F
    LUIDIZED BED  AND THE  10 CM  DIA  PFB, IN THE  CONTINUOUS FLUIDIZED COMBUSTION
    EXPERIMENTS THE  SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONS  OF  THE  GASEOUS AND SOLID SPECIES CON
    CENTRATIONS AND  QF TEMPERATURE  WILL BE DETERMINED IN THE FLUIDIZED  BED AND
    THE FREEBOARD FOR  THE VARIATION  OF  OPERATIONAL AND  DESIGN PARAMETERS. A
    BATCH  TYPE CQMBUSTOR  WILL BE  USED TO  INVESTIGATE  THE CHAR OXIDATION
    REACTION, THE EXPERIMENTAL  DATA  FROM  THE  CONTINUOUS CQMBUSTOR  AND THE
    BATCH  COMBUSTQR  WILL  BE USED  TO  TEST  THE  MQDEL FOR  THE FORMATION AND
    DEFORMATION OF NO  IN  FLUIDIZED  BED  COMBUSTORS, EXPECTED OUTPUTS AREl  1, AN
    UNDERSTANDING OF THE  MECHANISM  OF FORMATION AND DESTRUCTION  OF "FUEL NO"
    IN FLUIDIZED  BEDS. 2, THE MODEL  OF  NO  EMISSION WILL PROVIDE  INFORMATION
    FOR THE  SCALING  UP AND  FURTHER  DEVELOPMENT  OF FLUIDIZED COMBUSTION  PLANTS.

-------
POLLUTANTS FROM SYNTHETIC FUELS PROCESSES
   PROJECT OFFICER I  T
   INVESTIGATORS |   F
                     J
                     D
                     0
                     R
                     C
RES, TRIANGLE INSTITUTE
RES, TRIANGLE INSTITUTE
RES, TRJANGLC INSTITUTE
RES, TRIANGLE INSTITUTE
RES, TRIANGLE INSTITUTE
RES, TRIANGLE INSTITUTE
START/ COMPL DATE I    U/76 • 10/81 J  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77   /  S   829056
 TASK/EPA CODE lF623A«2«     / R80«979.0g  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76  / S  3000001
                    w  PETRIE
                    0 MIXON
                      CLEUANO
                      WAGONER
                      RQSENTHAL
                      ZWEIDINGER
                      SPARICINO
MILEJ 07/77 -REACTOR FACILITY AND ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT OPERATIONAL
      18/77 -TEST PLAN FORMULATED
      12/78 -KINETICS OF POLLUTANT FORMATION SCREENED
      to/79 -KINETICS OF POLLUTANT FORMATION MEASURED THOROUGHLY
      11/80 -ENVIRONMENTAL AiSt'SSMENT COMPLETED
      07/81 -RECOMMENDATION 'OR CONTROL STRATEGIES MADE
  THE PURPOSE OF THE RESEARCH IS TO DEVELOP A FUNDAMENTAL UNDERSTANDING OF
  THOSE FACTORS AND CONDITIONS WHICH CAUSE THE PRODUCTION OF E
  NVIRQNMENTAL POLLUTANTS IN SYNFUELS PROCESSES AND TO PROVIDE TO EPA AND TO
   THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMUNITY THE INFORMATION NEEDED TO GUIDE
  THE CONTROL OF POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS  MATERIALS  FROM SYNFUELS PLANTS OF
  THE FUTURE, THE RESEARCH PLAN INCLUDES BOTH AN  EXPERIMENTAL AND AN ANA
  LYTICAL STUDY. THE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY INCLUDES  FIRST THE  DESIGN,  FABRICATI
  ON AND OPERATION OF ONE OR MORE LABORATORY REACTORS TO SIMULATE CONDITIONS
   WHICH MAY BE UTILIZED IN ACTUAL SYNFUELS PLANTS* THE DEVELOPMENT AND
  IMPLEMENTATION OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS PROCEDURES  FOR THE EVALUATION OF
  ELEMENTS AND COMPOUNDS THAT RESULT, FOR SCREENING OF THE  MAJOR COALS WHICH
  ARE AVAILABLE IN THE U,3,i AND FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE KINETICS OF
  FORMATION OF THE POLLUTANTS OF SIGNIFICANCE, THE ANALYTICAL STUDY PROVIDES
   F0« UTILIZING RESULTS OF THE SCREENING TESTS TO (1) PROJECT
  POTENTIAL HUMAN EXPOSURE TO EFFLUENTS AND EMISSIONS FROM  THESE PLANTS AN
  D C?) ESTABLISH PRIORITY RATINGS FOR  THE VARIOUS POLLUTANTS BASED UPON THE
   EXTENT TO WHICH PROJECTED EXPOSURES  ARE HAZARDOUS,

-------
DEVELOPMENT ft APPLICATION OP MULTIPLE TRACER TECHNIQUES FOR TME STUDY OF
 POLLUTANT TRANSPORT AND DISPERSION IN THE ATMOSPHERE	
   START/ COMPL DATE I    11/76 • 10/77 I FUNDING I EST§ • FY   77  / S    1WOO
    TASK/EPA CODE |G6*S8.EA«1S  / RSO<»990»01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  PY76 / S    540001
   PROJECT OPPICCR i •    SCHIERMEIER
   INVESTIGATORS i   F H SHAIR                    CALiPt INST, OP TECHNOLOGY
   MILEl  09/77 -DATA REPORT
     THIS is A PROPOSAL REQUESTING SUPPORT FOR THE FURTHER DEVELOPMENT AND
     APPLICATION OP MULTIPLE ATMOSPHERIC TRACER TECHNIQUES, THE ANALYTICAL
MrrUlWA"***** WT n Vt» ' A ^ ^ U * * ' ' W V l~ n W " 4 W  I r* * f |» r*  ruw?"**wv^*'rff  i • f ^  ^^F*»TIAW^^
APPROACH IS TO EXTEND THE USE OF  ELECTRON CAPTURE  GAS  CHROMATOGRAPHY.
ENTLYi WITH THE HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS  GIVEN TO  US  BY RAY  DJXON,  WE  HAVE
LOPtft ftVftTEMft MHICH SEPARATE iP*. CBRFS. CCL2F?. 02*  AND CBR2F2 INTO
                                                                           REC
                                                                           DEVE
                                                                   l INTO SHARP
     r 4 rt W V  t^'W'^*'^*' «rr»^^r^f^^^t^ t^i  frf*v ' * w^ i « v ^ ^  i >^ PV w ivT *  •^w»"*«-»w^ "^ww*^ **
     TO  DETERMINE THE TRANSPORT AND EXTENT OF DISPERSION ASSOCIATED WITHI

     (1) URBAN SOURCES (EMITTED AT LOW LEVELS) AND (2) RURAL POWER PLANT
     EMITTED AT HIGH LEVELS, SPECIFIC EXPERIMENTS ARE PLANNED TO ACCURATELY
     DETERMINE THE EXTENT OF VERTICAL DISPERSION ASSOCIATED WITH PLUMES
     TRAVELING OVER RURAL REGIONS AND OVER URBAN REGIONS,

-------
THE ROLE OF SEDIMENTS IN THE STORAGE*  MOVEMENT  AND  BIOLOGICAL  UPTAKE  OF
KEPONE IN ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENTS
   START/ CQMPL DATE I     10/76 • 09/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  * FY    77   / $   1QOQOO
    TASK/EPA CODE I0606C-1-OS   / R60a99S-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /  $  1775701
   PROJECT OFFICER I T  T  DAVIES
   INVESTIGATORS t   R  J HUQ6ETT                  VIRGINIA IN3T,  OF MARINE  SCI,
                     M    NICHOLS                  VIRGINIA INST,  OF MARINE  SCI*
                     D  S HAVEN                    VIRGINIA INST,  OF MARINE  SCI.
   MILEl 09/77 "DISTRIBUTION OF KEPONE IN  JAMES RIVER  SEDIMENT/BIOTA/WATgR
         09/78 -REPORT  ON BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL PROCESSES TRANSPORTING KEPONE
     THE PROGRAM WILL STUDY THE FOLLOWING  ASPECTS OF KEPONE IN THE  JAMES RIVER,
      VIRGlNlAi CO THE DISTRIBUTION OF KEPONE  IN BOTTOM SEDIMENTS  OF
     THE JAMES WIUL BE  DETERMINED. (2) THE ROUTES OF SEDIMENT  TRANSPORT  B
     ELQW HOPEWELL WILL BE DELINEATED. (3) MAJOR SEDIMENT SINKS WILL BE  LOCATED
     AND THE RATES OF SEDIMENT DEPOSITION  AT  THESE  SITES WILL  &E DETERMINED, T
     HE SlZEi  LOCATION  AND MOBILITY OF THE KEPONE RESERVOIR IN THE  JAMgS CAN BE
      DETERMINED FROM THIS INFORMATION. (4) THE EFFECT OF VARYING ENVIR
     ONMENTAL  CONDITIONS OF PH AND SALINITY ON  RELEASE OF KEPONE FROM SEDIMENTS
     WILL BE DETERMINED, THIS DATA WILL PROVIDE ESTIMATES OF  WHETHER KEPONE *
     B30R8ED TO SEDIMENTS IS RELEASED TO THE  AQUEOUS PHASE AS  THE SEDIMENTS ARE
     MOVED DOWNSTREAM INTO AREAS OF HIGHER PH AND SALINITY, (i) THE ABILITY
     OF FILTER FEEDING  ORGANISMS TO CONCENTRATE KEPONE FROM CONTAMINATED
     SEDIMENTS WILL BE  DETERMINED, DATA FROM  THIS STUDY WILL  PROVIDE FOR A  D
     ETERMINATION OF THE POTENTIAL HAZARDS WHICH DREDGING POSES TO  A VARIETY OF
     FILTER FEEDING ORGANISMS,

-------
THC ae*e*ALXZATZON or WATCR  QUALITY  CRITERIA USING CHEMICAL MODELS

   START/  COMPL  DATE  I     10/76  -  JO/79  I FUNDING  I EST, - FY   77  / $   *1317
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IN608A-087     /  R804996-02   (G»ANT>  PRIOR  FY76 / S   Ufc262l
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  6  E   GLASS
   INVESTIGATORS  I    0  K  HAHRI3S                   UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
                     V  R  MASNU30N                  UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
   MILF.I 10/78 -COMPLETE  DRAFT OF  REVISED CHEMICAL SPECIATION MODEL
        10/7* -COMPLETE  FINAL REVISED CHEMICAL SPECIATION MODEL
        10/79 -APPLY MODEL TO REPRESENTATIVE  WATER QUALITY CRITERIA
    THE FINAL GOAL FOR THIS PROJECT  IS  THE CORRELATION OF TQXICITY IN  A
    PARTICULAR ECOSYSTEM  WITH CHEMICAL  SPECIATION AND USE OF THESE
    CORRELATIONS TO  DETERMINE REALISTIC *AT£R STANDARDS, BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY
    MOST COMMONLY CORRELATES BEST WITH  SPECIFIC FORMS OR SPECIES OF CONTAM
    INANT8 AND WATER QUALITY STANDARDS  WOULD  BE MORE SOUNDLY STRUCTURED ON  THE
    PROBABILITY OF AN  OFFENDING SPECIES BEING PRESENT OR AVAILABLE, THREE
    AREAS  OF ACTIVITY  ARE INVOLVED  IN MEETING PROJECT GOALSi A, PREDICTIVE
    COMPUTER MODELING  UTILIZING SPECIATION AND TQXICITY DATAf B, ASSEMBLING A
    DATA BA9E ON 3PECIATION FROM  LITERATURE»  EXPERIMENT, AND ESTIMATION. C.
    COLLECTION AND INTERPRETATION OF TOXICITY DATA FROM LITERATURE AND E
    XPERIMENTATION,  TO DATE, SUBSTANTIAL PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE ON PARTS A  AND

-------
STANDARDS FOR AND METHODS OF ANALYSIS OF RAINWATER FOR ACIDITY

   START/ COMPt DATE I     09/76 - 09/78 I  FUNDING | EST,  • FY   77  / S   25«00
    TASK/EPA CODE IE601B-03     / 9804998      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   159001
   PROJECT OFFICER I G  D  VEITH
   INVESTIGATORS I   S  V TYREE                    COLL, OF WILLIAM & MARY
   MILEl 09/77 "DEVELOP QUIRY LANGUAGE FOR DATA BASE
         09/78 -COMPLETE SOFTWARE FOR DATA BASE
         07/79 -EXPAND  DATA BASE
     PROVIDE A PROCEDURE WHICH WILL SUCCESSFULLY PRODUCE SOLUTIONS WITH
     SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS OF RAINWUER, EXAMINE THE CHEMISTRY OF POSSIBLE
     INTERACTIONS OF POTENTIAL INGREDIENTS AND ATTEMPT TO SELECT A 3gT WHICH
     WILL REMAIN STABLE UNDgR CONDITIONS OP PACKA6ING AND PRODUCE DESIRED
     SOLUTION BEHAVIOR  WHEN USED.' A RECIPE FOR PREPARING RELEVANT SOLUTION,

-------
           OF TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES ~FOR DYE MANUFACTURE WASTE

START/ COMPL DATE I    00/00 • 00/00 I FUNDING I E«T. • FY   77  /•   55000
 TASK/EPA CODE I8610B-100    / R805002-01  CQP.ANT)  PRIOR  FY76 / S   800001
PROJECT OFFICER I L    WEIT2MAN
INVESTIGATORS |   T M K6INATH                  CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
                  J U 8ADDI8                   CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
                  H G SPENCER                  CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
                  T E POLLACK                  CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
MILEi 06/T7 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
      08/77 "ArtARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
  THE PROPOSED STUDY WILL INVESTIGATE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR A TYPICAL
  DYE WASTEWATER, WET OXIDATION, OZONATION AND HYPERFILTRATION WILL
  Bf INVESTIGATED AS PRETREATMENT STEPS FOR RENDERING REFRACTORY DYE WASTE
  CONSTITUENTS AMENABLE TO SUBSEQUENT TREATMENT BY BIOLOGICAL* ACTIVATED
  CARBON, AND COMBINED BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVATED CARBON SYSTEMS, OPTIMUM DESIGN
  CRITERIA WILL BE DEVELOPED FOR EACH OF THE PRETREATMENT STEPS AND FOR EACH
   OF THE SUBSEQUENT TREATMENT SYSTEMS, ANALYSES WILL BE MADE FOR SELECTED
   TOXIC COMPOUNDS ACROSS THE PRETREATMENT STEPS AND ACROSS EACH OF THE
  TREATMENT SYSTEMS TO DETERMINE THE REMOVAL OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES AND TO
  INVESTIGATE THE POSSIBILITY OF PRODUCING TOXIC SUBSTANCES IN EACH UNIT
   PROCESS, A COMPLETE COST ANALYSIS WILL BE MADE ?OR EACH TREATMENT ME
  CHANISM, THIS is IN KEEPING WITH THE EPA GOAL OF DEFINING AND IMPLEMENTING
  BATEA 8Y J98J.

-------
DESIGN OP EXPERIMENTS, STATISTICAL ANALYSES,  AND EVALUATION OF AQUATIC
RESEARCH DATA
   START/ COMPL DATE I    10/76 . JO/78 |  FUNDING |  EST,  » FY   77  / $   «5675
    TASK/EPA CODE IQ62SA.1-Q9   / R60SOO?.01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY7fe / $   310001
   PROJECT OFFICER I W P  DAVIS
   INVESTIGATORS |   R Q DOMEY                    UNIV,  OF TEXAS
                     8 A MAASKANT                 UNJV,  OF TEXAS
   MILE! 10/78 - FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVesi CONSULTATION ON DESIGNS OF  RESEARCH ANALYSIS OF AQUATIC
     RESEARCH DATA,  INCLUDING EVALUATION AND  INTERPRETATION OF RESEARCH
     RESULTS WHEN REQUIRED,  APPROACHI  THE  APPROACH is  MATHEMATICAL/STATIS
     TICAL ACCOMPANIED BY  APPROPRIATE  GRAPHIC  REPRESENTATION. PROGRESS! CERTAIN
      PRELIMINARY PILOT STATISTICAL  PROGRAMS  HAVE BEEN TESTED AND THE
     RESULTS ARE ON  FILE AT  THE GULF BREEZE ENVIRONMENTAL  RESEARCH LABORATORY,
     BEARS BLUFF FIELD STATION,  P, o.  BOX  368,  JOHNS ISLAND,  SOUTH CAROLINA,  c
     URRENT  PLANSi PROCEED,  AS REQUIRED* DESIGNS OF  EXPERIMENTS,  FURTHER DFVELO
     PMENT OF STATISTICAL  METHODS, DATA ANALYSIS,  EVALUATION  AND INTERPRETATION
      OF RESULTS,  A3  NEEDED,                                             Ri«nu«

-------
805008
    The long-term goal of this program is the development of a chemical model system
for the synthesis of potent yet environmentally  safe  pesticides.  As our initial test
agents we will use halogenated hydrocarbons belonging to  the aldrin and diedrin family
Our studies are designed to:  a) differentiate between the carcinogenic vs insecticida;
chemical features of these compounds; b) determine the mode of action by which these
agents act as chemical carcinogens; c) design a  predictive model system for the
synthesis of active pesticides wherein the active carcinogenic and mutagenic
functional sites of the molecule have been eliminated without sacrificing insecticidal
action; d) design new analogs of aldrin and dieldrin  which have been chemically
modified to make them ecologically less persistent.   The  immediate goals of this
proposal include:  a) the synthesis of a series  of rationally designed structural
analogs of aldrin and dieldrin and its chemically related species; b) the in vitro
biological evaluation of the cytotoxic, mutagenic and carcinogenic potentials of
these compounds alone and in combination with oncogenic viruses;  c) evaluation of
the pestlcidal effectiveness of the parent compounds  and  their rationally designed
analogs and d) a determination of the mechanism  by which  radiolabeled pesticides
interact with cellular DNA, RNA and protein.
    Test compounds with preliminary in vivo activity in  our insect test systems,
will be analyzed for their ability to a) induce  DNA damage, b) inhibit DNA repair
processes.  Utilizing l^C-labeled compounds of high specific activity we will
compare the deoxynucleoside-pesticide (DN-P) profile  of these compounds and their
differential rate of removal in order to specifically determine the (DN-P) product(s)
responsible for any carcinogenic or mutagenic properties  of these agents.

-------
STUDY OF PATHOGENIC FREE»UVING AMOEBA  IN  FRESH  WATER  LAKES  IN VIRGINIA

   START/ COMPL DATE I     11/76 • 10/79 I  FUNDING  I  E8T,  « FY    77   /  $    a«7lO
    TASK/EPA CODE ID607A-013    / R80501«"01   (GRANT)   PRIOR FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER j W     JA.KUBOW3KI
   INVESTIGATORS i   R  a DUMA                     VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH  UNjv9
                     S    CHANG                    UtS, ENVIRON,  PROTECTION AGCY
   MILEI ii/77 -ANNUAL  REPORT
         n/78 -ANNUAL  REPORT
         11/79 -FINAL REPORT
     TEN FRESH WATER LAKES WJTHIN A RADUS  OF  27  MILES  LOCATED  IN AND
     SURROUNDING THE VICINITY OF RICHMOND? VIRGINIA,  AND  BEING CONTINUOUSLY
     SAMPLED IN SEARCH  OF PATHOGENIC  FREE-LIVING AMOEBAE,  PARTICULARLY OF  THE
     GENUS NAEGIERIA, LARGE VOLUMES OF  WATER  FILTERED  THROUGH  SAND  COLUMNS AND
     SOIL BOTTOMS FROM  THE SAM£ AREAS ARE  SUBJECTED  TO TEMPERATURE  SELECTIVE
     CULTURAL PROCEDURES (43 DEGREES  CJ,  SAMPLING  IS PERFORMED REGULARLY AND
     BIWEEKLY, ISOLATES ARE SUBJECTED TO  FLUORESCENT ANTIBODY  AND MOUSE  INOCU
     LATION TESTS AND FORWARDED TO DR,  CHANG  AT  THE  EPA IN CINCINNATI, OHIO FQR
     FURTHER TISSUE CULTURE STUDIES FOR PATHQGENICITY,

-------
PC«FORMANCC OF ALTERNATE COATINGS  IN  THE ENVIRONMENT  CPACE)

                                          FUNDING  I EST, - FY
09/79 I
R805027-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR
  77
FV76
                                  /  S
35000
    1
                                                       STRUCTURES PAINT."
                                                       STRUCTURES PAINT.
                                                       STRUCTURES PAINT,
                                        COUN.
                                        COUN,
                                        COUN.
                                             PROVIDE  INFORMATION
                                             PUBLIC LEGISLATION,
                               ON ALTERNATE
                               POLLUTION RULE
START/ COMPL DATE I    02/77 •
 TASK/EPA CODE lB60«B-a60    /
PROJECT OFFICER I C    DARVIN
INVESTIGATORS |   J 0 KEANE                    STEEL
                  J A 8«UNO                    STEEL
                  R E LEAVER                   STEEL
MILEl 03/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
      05/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
      09/79 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
  THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY IS TO
  COATING SYSTEMS DESIGNED TO COMPLY WITH
  S,  AND OTHER PRESENT A^D EXPECTED REQUIREMENTS DURING EACH STAGE OF APPLIC
  ATION AND USE,  IT IS THEREFORE PROPOSED THAT THE STEEL STRUCTURES PAINTING
   COUNCIL CONDUCT A RESEARCH AND EVALUATION PROGRAM TO COMPARE THE
  DURABILITY AND  OTHER CHARACTERISTICS OF THESE NEW METHODS AND
  MATERIALS WITH  THOSE OF TYPICAL STANDARD CONVENTIONAL COATING SYSTEMS
  FOR STEEL. SOME UNIQUE FEATURES OF THIS STUDY INCLUDEl EXTENSIVE CONTROLS,
  REPEATED PERIODICALLY? OPEN EVALUATIONS TO PROVIDE WIDE CHOICES OF PAINT
  SYSTEMS AT EACH LEVEL 3F PERFORMANCE! CHOICE AND RATING OF CAND
  IDATE PRODUCTS  GUIDED 8Y A BALANCED COMMITTEE OF SPECIALISTS, REPRESENTING
  BOTH PRODUCERS  AND USERS? EARLY PREPARATION OF A "STATE-OF-THE»ART
  REPORT"? RESULTS EXPRESSED IN GENERIC TERMSf WHEN POSSIBLE,  FOR MAXIMUM
  APPLICABILITY?  OUTSTANDING PROPRIETARY PERFORMERS CAN LATER  BE IDENTIFIED,
   WITH SUPPLIERS' FULL BRITTEN APPROVAL,

-------
805028
Grant will improve lake quality by increasing lake depth, removing
emergent vegetation, establishing buffer zones, street sweeping
and a public eduction program.

-------
EVALUATION or SOCIO-ECONOMIC  MEASURES
START/ COMPL DATE I
 TASK/EPA CODE |K*09A<

PROJECT OFFICER I J W
   INVESTIGATORS  i
j
8
R
R
D
 00/77
415
 FALCO

KUHNER
ROBINSON

BURDEN

DELUCIA

LUECKE
                                •  04/78  t FUNDING  I EST. - FY   77/1
                                /  R80f05*-0i   (SCANT)  PRIOR  FY
                                                     65000

                                                         1
                                                            INCORPORATED

                                                            INCORPORATED
                                                            INCORPORATED

                                                            INCORPORATED

                                                            INCORPORATED
                                               META SYSTEMS
                                               META SYSTEMS
                                               META SYSTEMS
                                               META SYSTEMS
                                               META SYSTEMS
MILEl OS/77 -START PROJECT
      04/78 -FINAL REPORT SUMMARIZING RESULTS OF STUDY
  THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS WORK ARE THE DETERMINATION OF THE FEASIBILITY OF
  DEVELOPING A METHODOLOGY TO ASSESS THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF INSTITU
  TING VARIOUS WATER POLLUTION CONTROL STRATEGIES, AND THE IDENTIFICATION OF
   INSTITUTIONAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH ZONING POLICIES ESTABLISHED TO
  CONTROL CONVERSION OF YONURBAN TO URBAN LAND, THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY
  WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY A LITERATURE SURVEY AND ANALYSIS OF AVAILABLE
   METHODS, THE STUDY WILL BE ORGANIZED INTO FOUR TASKS THAT SURVEY
  AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY, DETERMINE COSTS AND RELATIONSHIPS OF COSTS TO ENVlR
  ONMENTAL SETTING, ENUMERATE AVAILABLE FINANCING METHODS, AND IDENTIFY MONI
  TORINO, ENFORCEMENT AND INCENTIVES POSSIBILITIES, THE RESULTS OF THE STUDY
   AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH IN SOCIO-ECONQMICS RESEARCH WILL
   BE PUBLISHED AT THE END OF THE PROJECT.

-------
INTERNATIONA!. SYMPOSIUM ON SULFUR IN THE ATMOSPHERE*  DUBRQVNIK,
YUGOSLAVIA
   START/ COMPL DATE I    OJ/77 - 03/78 I
    TASK/EPA CODE IS625B-EA-19  / R80S043
   PROJECT OFFICER I W E  WILSON
   INVESTIGATORS I   R 8 HUSAR
                     J D HUSAR
 FUNDING  I  EST,  • FY    77  / S   «3000
-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /           t
                    UNIVERSITY

                    UNIVERSITY
                                                             AND OTHER PARTI
                                                             ATMOSPHERIC SULFUR
                                                             ANTHROPOGENIC 80
                                               WASHINGTON
                                               WASHINGTON
MILEI os/78 -PUBLICATION OF PROCEEDINGS
  THIS SYMPOSIUM SHOULD BRING TOGETHER AMERICAN, EUROPEAN
  CIPANTS TO REPORT AND DISCUSS THE CURRENT ISSUES ON THE
  PROBLEMS, IT IS ESTIMATED THAT THE GLOBAL EMISSION FROM
  URCES ARE OF THE SAME ORDER OF MAGNITUDE AS EMISSION PROM NATURAL SOURCES.
   HOWEVER* MORE THAN 9ox OF ANTHROPOGENIC 802 EMISSIONS ARE IN THE
  NORTHERN ATMOSPHERE. IT HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED THAT THE ANTHROPOGENIC SULFUR
  PROBLEM IS A REGIONAL ONE ON THE SPATIAL SCALE OF THOUSANDS OF KI
  LOMETERS, THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL DISPERSION MECHANISMS*  REMOVAL RATES
  BY DRY AND WET DEPOSITION, $02 OXIDATION RATES AND MECHANISMS* THE
  PARTICULATE SULFUR SIZE DISTRIBUTION, SPATIO-TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION AND C
  HEMISTRY OF AEROSOL SULFUR COMPOUNDS AND ASSOCIATED MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES
  WILL BE DISCUSSED, THE SYMPOSIUM IS CQ-SPONSORED BY UNITED NATIONS
  ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME, ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE* U.S.
  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, U.S. ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ADMI
  NISTRATION, AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY UNDER THE AUSPICES OF YUGOSLAV
  ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND ARTS,

-------
EVAUUATrON Of DREDGING AS  A  LAKE  RESTORATION  TECHNIQUE

   START/  COMPL  DATE  |     07/77 - 06/60  I  FUNDING  I EST, - FY   77  / S  21191 5
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IM412A-15     / R805046«0i   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  3  A   PETERSON
   INVESTIGATORS  |    C  D MCNABB                    MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEf 06/80 "FINAL  REPORT
    THE PROJECT WILL  ASSESS  THE  EFFECTS OF LAKE RESTORATION VIA DREDGING  AT L
    AK£ LANSING. IT  PROPOSES TO  DO THIS BY EVALUATING CHANGES  IN PRODUCTION OF
    PLANTS,  INVERTEBRATE  ANIMALS* AND FISH AS A RESULTS OF DREDGING, BY eoRRf.
    LATING CHANGES IN  PRODUCTION WITH CHANGES IN  PHYSICAL AND  CHEMICAL  ASPECTS
     OF THE  LAKg, BY  DEVELOPING  AN ANNUAL NUTRIENT BUDGET TO MAKE MF.ASUREME
    NTS AGAINST, AND BY DETERMINING THE ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF  DREDGED MATERIAL
    ON THEIR DISPOSAL  SITES.

-------
ADAPTATION Of AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM MODEL  FOR  APPLIED  USES

   START/ COWL DATE I     01/77 - 12/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77/8   124680
    TASK/EPA CODE |Kfe09A*«OS    / R60§0«7»01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER » T  0  BARNWELU
   INVESTIGATORS »   R  A PARK                      RENSSELAER  POLYTECHNIC  XN3T,
   MILEl  01/77 "START PROJECT
         12/77 -INTERIM REPORT
         is/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THIS IS ONE OF  A MULTI-PART PROJECT WHOSE  SUMMARY  MAY  BE  IDENTICAL  TO
     OTHERS. AN ECOLOOICAU? LAKE MODEL  WILL BE  MODIFIED  TO INCORPORATE TRANSPORT
      CHARACTERISTICS NECESSARY TO DESCRIBE THE MOVEMENT  OF MATERIAL  IN  A LAKE
      ECOSYSTEM, MODIFICATIONS  WILL ALSO BE DEVELOPED  TO  INCLUDE LUXURY  UPTAKE
     OF  NUTRIENTS AND LIGHT ADAPTATION PHENOMENA.  DEVELOPMENT  WILL PROCEED n
     ITH  INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS INTO THE HYDROLOGIC  UNIT  MODEL IN MIND »•• ALSO*
     INTERFACE WITH  APPROPRIATE NPS MODELS FOR  SHORE DEVELOPMENT
     ANALYSIS, THE LAKE ECOSYSTEM MODEL* CLEANER*  WILL  8E MODIFIED A$ OUTLINED
     ABOVE.' THE PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE,  A  DRAFT FINAL  REPORT  J8 EXPECTED 1 JULY
     1978.

-------
ENVIRONMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL
AN INDUSTRIAL FUEL
   START/ COMPL  DATE I     07/T7  -
    TASK/ERA  CODE I962UB.546     /
   PROJECT OFFICER t H  M   FREEMAN
   INVESTIGATORS  i   E  H  HAUL
                     w  T  LAWHON
                     C  M  ALLEN
   MILEI  or/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE  SUBMITTED
         00/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR  PROJECT
         05/78 -FINAL REPORT
    THERE  IS A WIDESPREAD INTEREST  IN THE USE
     FUEL  BECAUSE IT DOCS NOT CONTAIN SULFUR,
     THE  TECHNOLOGY FOR  ITS USE IS  AVAILABLE,
ANALYSIS OF THE  USE  OF  SURPLUS  WOUU  A»
  05/78 I  FUNDING  I  E3T.  •  FY    77
  P6050fO-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76
                                                                     57000
                                                                         1
                  BATTELLE
                  BATTELLE
                  BATTELLE
                                                      MEMORIAL
                                                      MEMORIAL
                                                      MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE
INSTITUTE
INSTITUTE
               OF
               IT
                                             SURPLUS WOOD AS AN INDUSTRIAL
                                             is A RENEWABLE RESOURCE, AND
               THERE
                                                ARE, HOWEVER, SOME
OLVED QUESTIONS WHICH MUST BE ADDRESSED AT THIS TIME IN ORDER TO BE SURE T
HAT NO LONG-RANGE DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS WOULD RESULT FROM A GREATLY EXPANDED
WOOD-FUEL INDUSTRY, THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT AREI i, TO ANA
LYZE THE POTENTIAL AVAILABILITY OF SURPLUS WOOD BY REGION AND COMPARE THAT
AVAILABILITY WITH POTENTIAL REGIONAL DEMAND FOR WOOD FUEL. 2, TO ASSESS
THE CURRENT STATE OF THE TECHNOLOGY FOR THE PROCUREMENT AND
UTILIZATION OF SURPLUS WOOD FUEL* TO PROJECT POTENTIAL CONSUMPTION OF WOOD
FUEL ON THE BASIS OF EXISTING TECHNOLOGY,  AND TO IDENTIFY ANY TEC
HNOLOGY-RCLATED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT NEEDS. J, TO ASSESS THE ENVIRONME
NTAL/ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS WITH RESPECT TO soa EMISSIONS, AND WITH RESPECT TO
POTENTIAL LONG-RANGE IMPACTS ON OUR FORESTS.

-------
TECHNICAL AWARENESS IN THE NQNFERRQUS METALS  INDUSTRY  •  PILOT  STUDY
-TANMIPS
   START/ CQMPL DATE I    02/77 « 11/77 I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $    42000
    TASK/EPA CODE I8604O560    / RB0509S-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR   FY76  /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER t A 8  CRAIG
   INVESTIGATORS |   E 8 BASTLETT                 BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  INSTITUTE
                     R H CHERRY                   BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  INSTITUTE
   MILEl 02/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         03/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         H/77 "FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THE OBJECTIVE IS TO PILOT A SlMPLEi  INEXPENSIVE SYSTEM TO PROVIDE,
     MAINTAIN* AND COMMUNICATE TO IERL/CINCINNATI AN UP-TO-DATE AWARENESS  AND
     ASSESSMENT OF TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN  THE NONFERROUS METALS IN
     DUSTRIE8 THAT ARE BELIEVED TO HAVE SIGNIFICANT  ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT.*  APPRO
     ACH - INFORMATION WILL BE GATHERED BY REVIEW OF THE  PERIODICAL  LITERATURE,
     SPECIAL REPORTS, AND LIMITED TRAVEL  VISITS,  AND INTERVIEWS,  OUTPUT  •  THE
      PRODUCT OF THIS PROPOSED PROGRAM WILL BE SIX BIMONTHLY  AWARENESS BULL
     ETINS WHICH WILL BE GIVEN LIMITED DISTRIBUTION  WITHIN  IERL-CINCINNATI.  THE
     OUTPUT WILL BE ARRANGED IN A PHYSICAL MANNER AND  FORMAT  SO AS  TO  PERMIT
     RAPID METHODICAL STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF THE INFORMATION,

-------
METHOOOLOCV FOB ABATEMENT  or  COMBINED  SEWER OVERFLOWS FOR AN URBAN LAKE

   START/  COMPL DATE  I     05/77  •  Oa/78  I  FUNDINS  I EST. - FY   77  / S    18860
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IC61JA.7097    /  R805096      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  R     FIELD
   INVESTIGATORS  I    P  E MOFFA                     ONONDAGA CO.  DEPT. OF  DRAINAG
                     j  M KASANIK                   ONONDAGA co,  DEPT, OF  DRAINAG
                     J  C 3YRON                     ONONDAGA CO,  DEPT, OP  DRAlNAG
   MILEi 05/77  -START PROJECT
        oa/78  -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
    THE OBJECTIVE  OF THIS  STUDY 13  TO DEVELOP  A METHODOLOGY FOR  DETERMINING
    THE MECE83ARY  STEPS A  COMMUNITY MIGHT TAKE* AND FACILITIES REQUI*ED»
    TO ABATE COMBINED  SEWER OVERFLOWS ADVERSELY AFFECTING AN URBAN
    LAKE.  DATA REQUIREMENTS FOR THJS  PROJECT  WILL BE TAKEN ENTIRELY FROM  OTHER
     PROJECTS  EITHER COMPLETED  OR IN  PROGRESS, EXISTING INFORMATION WjLL
    BE REVIEWED FROM THOSE AREAS  THAT HAVE DEFINED THE CHARACTERISTICS  OF
    THEIR  COMBINED SEWER  OVERFLOWS  AS WELL AS  TH£ IMPACT OF THESE DISCHARGES
    ON RECEIVING WATERS,  A GROUP  OF "TEST" DATA WILL BE SELECTED FROM
    INFORMATION REVIEWED  AND USED TO  ILLUSTRATE THE STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE IN
    DETERMINING THE  RELATIVE SIGNIFICANCE OF  COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS WITH RE
    SPECT  TO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT.  THE  METHODOLOGY WILL ESSENTIALLY ADDRESS MU
    NICIPAL/INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES,  NON-POINT  SOURCE RUNOFF, AND  COMBINED
    OVERFLOW DISCHARGES,  AND SHOW THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH RESPECT TO
    ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT,  FRQM  WHICH  OVERFLOW  CRITERIA CAN BE  DERIVED.

-------
IDENTIFY AND QUANTIFY FACTORS AFFECTING POTW SYSTEM,  SUBSYSTEM AND
PROCESS RELIABILITY
   START/ COMPL DATE |    02/77 - 0«/79 I  FUNDING I  EST,  . FY   77  / $    74*90
    TASK/EPA CODE IC611B-7121   / R80S097-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          i
   PROJECT OFFICER » J H  BENDER
   INVESTIGATORS j   E D SCHRQEDER                UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
                     G   TCHOBANOGLOUS            UNIV, OF CALIFORNIA
   MILEl 02/77 -FUND
         02/77 -PROJECT START
         04/78 -INTERIM REPORT
         04/79 -PROJECT COMPLETE
         10/79 -REPORT AVAILABLE DATE
     THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT ARE TO STUDY BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT RELI
     ABILITY IN THREE STEPS, THE FIRST STEP CONSISTS OF COLLECTING AND STATISTI
     CALLY ANALYZING OPERATIONAL AND PERFORMANCE DATA FROM APPROXIMATELY 200 81
     QL06I6AL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS  OF VARIOUS TYPES HAVING FLOWS  RANGING
     FROM o.s TO 100 MGD, VARIOUS EVALUATION PARAMETERS SHALL BE USED so AS TO
     ACCURATELY RELATE VARIABILITY OF PLANT PERFORMANCE TO CAUSATIVE DESIGN
     AND OPERATIONAL FACTORS. THE SECOND STEP CONSISTS OF PERFORMING A
     THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF THE INHERENT  RELATIVE STABILITY/RELIABILITY OF THE
     BIQMA8S T0 WITHSTAND EXTREME LOADING  RATE CHANGES, TEMPERATURE EFFECTS,
     TOXIC OR INHIBITORY SUBSTANCES AND OTHER COMMONLY RECOGNIZED STRESS
     FACTORS THAT AFFECT PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES AND SYSTEM PERFORMANCE,
     THE THIRD STEP CONSISTS OF SELECTING  FULL-SCALE PLANTSi PILOT PLANTS OR
     LABORATORY STUDIES APPROPRIATE FOR EVALUATING AND VERIFYING THE
     STABILITY/RELIABILITY RELATIONSHIP DEVELOPED.

-------
QUANTITY QUALITY SIMULATION coca)  • A DETAILED SIMULATION  FOR  URBAN
RUNOFF CONTROL
   START/ COMPL DATE I     00/00 •  00/00 I  FUNDING I  CST,  • FY    77   /  S    16500
    TASK/CPA CODE IC6J1A.7100    /  S80S100-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   Ft   /          1
   PROJECT  OFFICER I R     FIELD
   INVESTIGATORS I   W  F GEIGF.R                   OOR3CH  CONSULT LIMITED
   MILEl  09/77 -GRANT AWARD
         10/78 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
     THE  METHODOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF THE QUANTITY-QUALITY.SIMULATION  MODEL
     (oos)  WILL BE REPORTED, THIS  METHOD is A  MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION  MODEL
     TO  SHOW AND TO PREDICT THE EFFECT OF  THE  INTERMITTENT LOADINGS
      OF  COMBINED AND STORM SEWER  SYSTEMS  ON  RECEIVING WATERS, ON BEHALF OF THE
      RANDOM NATURE OF  THE PROCESS GOVERNING  URBAN RUNOFF  POLLUTION, THE
     MODEL  ALLOWS FOR CONTIGUOUS SIMULATION AND SUBSEQUENT STATISTICAL
     ANALYSIS OF SEWER  OVERFLOW PROPERTIES SUCH A3 DURATION OF OVERFLOWS*  TOTAL
     OVERFLOWING VOLUMEi PEAK  AND  AVERAGE  OVERFLOWING  RATES AS WELL  AS THEIR
     POLLUTANT LOADS OR CONCENTRATIONS, BOD,  TOTAL SUSPENDED  SOLIDS* SETTABLE
     SOLIDS AND FECAL COLIFQRM WERE SIMULATED  TO DATE, PRESENTLY COD,  HEAVY
      METALS* PHOSPHORUS,  CHLORIDE AND NUTRIENTS ARE INVESTIGATED,
      HOWEVER, THE MODEL CAM HANDLE ANY CONSERVATION POLLUTANT, THE  COMPLETE
     PROGRAM PACKAGE CONSISTS  OF lo,ooo STATEMENTS WRITTEN IN  STANDARD FO
     RTRAN  iv ALLOWING  COMPUTATIONS ON BATCH  PROCESSING SYSTEMS WITH FORTRAN iv
     COMPILERS. THE METHOD IS  FULLY DEVELOPED, TESTED  ON  EIGHT DIFFERENT
      CATCHMENTS AND APPLIED TO TWO LARGE  SCALE PROJECTS  SHOWING THE IMPACT ON
     RECEIVING WATERS OF THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEMS  OF THE CITY OF  ROCHESTER,
     N.Y.,  U.S.X, AND  THE CITY OF AUGSBURG,  GERMANY,  APPLICATIONS  TO  THE
     SEWER  SYSTEMS OF THE  CITIES OP VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA,  AND MUNICH,
     GERMANY, ARE UNDER WAY,

-------
COREHOLE SPACING MODELS DEFINING POTENTIAL TOXIC ROCK BODIES IN COAL
        MINING
   START/ CQMPU DATE I     02/77 - 02/79 I FUNDING I  E8T, • FY   77  / S  109000
    TASK/EPA CODE I8625B-50S    / R805101-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I T  G  NEWPORT
   INVESTIGATORS i   j  c HORNE                    UNJV, OF SOUTH CAROLINA
                     J  C FERM                     UNIV, OF SOUTH CAROLINA
   MILEl 01/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         02/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         10/78 "FINAL DRAFT REPORT
         02/79 -FINAL REPORT
         05/79 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     WITH THE RECENT INCREASE IN STRIP MINING AND THE IMPENDING PASSAGE OF
     FEDERAL SURFACE MINING LEGISLATION, IT is IMPERATIVE THAT A COREHQLE
     SPACING PROGRAM BE DEVELOPED THAT DEFINES THE POTENTIALLY TOXIC SP
     OIL MATERIALS IN ADVANCE OF SURFACE MINING, ONE OF THE PRODUCTS OF CURRENT
      RESEARCH IS A COLOR PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOK ILLUSTRATING 26 OF THE STANDARD
      ROCK TYPES FOUND  IN THE COAL MEASURES OF EASTERN KENTUCKY AND SOUTHERN
     WEST VIRGINIA. BY  ASSOCIATING THESE ROCK TYPES  WITH THEIR 6EOCHEMICAL AND
     WEATHERING CHARACTERISTICS, THE TOXICITY POTENTIAL OF EACH LITHOLOGY WAS
     APPRAISED, AND POTENTIAL PROBLEM ROCK TYPES WERE ISOLATED, USING THESE
     RESULTS AS A BASE, IT IS PROPOSED TO DETERMINE  THE SHAPE, THICKNESS, AND
     LATERAL EXTENT OF  THE POTENTIALLY TOXIC ROCK TYPES WITH THE VIEW THAT, IF
      DIMENSIONS OF SOME OF THESE ROCK BODIES ARE KNOWN, CORE HOLE SPACING
     REQUIRED TO DELINEATE THE DIMENSIONS OF OTHER SIMILAR BODIES CAN BE
     DETERMINED, KNOWLEDGE OF THIS TYPE WILL AID IN  THE PLANNING FOR HYDRAULIC
     MANIPULATIONS AND  SEGREGATION AND BURIAL OF POTENTIALLY TOXIC .MATERIALS
      DURING OVERBURDEN HANDLING IN SURFACE MINES, THE DATA BASE FOR THE
     PROPOSED STUDY INCLUDE DETAILED (20« EQUALS 1"  VERTICAL* .1 MILE EQUALS 1"
     HORIZONTAL) GEOLOGIC CROSS SECTIONS OF MORE THAN «oo MILES OF PRE.SPLIT
     HIGHWAY EXPOSURES  AND OVER 5000 COREHOLE RECORDS IN EASTERN KENTUCKY AND
     SOUTHERN WEST VIRGINIA, BY COMPARING THE RQCKS  FOUND TO BE POTENTIALLY
     TOXIC IN THE CORE  BOOK EXPERIMENT WITH THOSE FOUND IN THE HIGHWAY CUTS AND
     ADJOINING BORE HOLES IN THE DIMENSIONS OF THE POTENTIALLY PROBLEM ROCKS
     CAN BE DELINEATED, THE TOXICITY OF THESE ROCK TYPES WILL BE ANALYZED TO
     DETERMINE THE TYPE AND AMOUNT OF PYRITE AND THE ACIDITY, ALKALINITY,
     SULFATE CALCIUM, MAGNESIUM ALUMINUM AND IRON CONTENTS OF EFFLUENTS LEACHED
     FROM THEM; FROM THESE DATA, MODELS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO EVALUATE
     THE IDEAL CORE HOLE SPACING IN ADVANCE OF MINING THAT IS NECESSARY TO
      DELINEATE POTENTIALLY TOXIC LITHOLQGIES,

-------
PARASITIC CONTAMINATION OF *ASTE SLUDGES  AND  TREATMENT  ALTERNATIVES
START/ COMPL DATE I    Oa/77 •
 TASK/EPA CODE I0607A-OH    /
PROJECT OFFICER
INVESTIGATORS |
                                                         UNIVERSITY
                                                         UNIVERSITY
                                                         UNIVERSITY
                                                         UNIVERSITY
                                                         UNIVERSITY
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
LOUISIAN
LOUISIAN
LOUISIAN
LOUISIAN
LOUISIAN
                               07/78 I FUNDING I E3T, • FY   77  / $   OU175
                               R805107     (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /          I
                t H R  PAHREN
                  R S REIMERS                  TULANE
                  N D LITTLE                   TULANE
                  A J ENGLANDE                 TULANE
                  J W MASON                    TULANE
                  P C BEAVER                   TULANE
MILEl 07/78 -COMPLETE STUDIES
  THIS INVESTIGATION IS TO SURVEY MUNICIPAL WASTE SLUDGES FROM THE S
  OUTHEASTERN STATES FOR POSSIBLE CONTAMINATION, THE CHOICE OF THE SOUTHEAST
  REGION IS PREDICATED ON THE EXPECTED PREVALENCE OF PARASITES, THE AIM OF
   THE PROPOSED SURVEY IS THREE-FOLD! (1) TO ASSESS PROBLEMS WHICH COULD *
  ESULT FROM PARASITIC CONTAMINATION IN THE DISPOSITION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE s
  LUDGE (PRIMARILY WITH SECONDARY OR BIOLOGICAL SLUDGES), (2) TO INVESTIGATE
  THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LIME STABILIZATION IN THE INHIBITION OF P
  ARASITES* AND (3) TO STUDY POSSIBLE WASTE WATER AND SLUDGE TREATMENT TECHN
  IQUES ON DESTRUCTION AND INHIBITION OF PARASITES IN MUNICIPAL SLUDGES.' THE
   STUDY WILL AID IN EVALUATING PARASITIC CONTAMINATION OF MUNICIPAL S
  LUDGES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES, THE SECOND PORTION OF THIS STUDY
   WILL INVESTIGATE VARIOUS TECHNIQUES AND PROCESSES ON THE REDUCTION OF
  PARASITES IN SLUDGES, RESULTS OF THIS INVESTIGATION SHOULD BE USEFUL IN
  DELINEATING FURTHER AREAS OF NEEDED RESEARCH,

-------
STORM AND COMBINED SEWER STORAGE - TREATMENT  THEORY  COMPARED  TO  COMPUTER
 SIMULATION
   START/ CQMPL DATE t     00/00 « 00/00 I  FUNDING I  EST,  «  FY   77/8
                                  R8051Q9      (GRANT)   PRIOR
FY
6000
   i
                                                  CHARLES  HOWARD & AS30C.  LTD,
                                                  STATE  UNIVERSITY OF FLA, SYS,
                                                  STATE  UNIVERSITY OF FLA, SYS,
 TASK/EPA CODE IC611A.710I   /
PROJECT OFFICER I A N  TAFURI
INVESTIGATORS |   C D HOWARD
                  W C HU8ER
                  J P HEANEY
MILEl 09/77 -START PROJECT
      09/77 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
  THE OBJECTIVES ARE TO DEMONSTRATE AND FURTHER DEVELOP A MATHEMATICAL D
  ESK-TOP METHOD FOR DESCRIBING HOW RUNOFF MAY BE CONTROLLED AND POLLUTION M
  INIMIZED THROUGH ECONOMICALLY OPTIMUM COMBINATIONS OF STORAGE CAPACITY AND
  TREATMENT FACILITIES, THE WORK WILL PROVIDE A DIRECT COMPARISON WITH THE
   COMPUTER SIMULATION ASPECTS OF "STORM WATER MANAGEMENT MODELl LEVEL I
   • PREL!MINARY SCREENING PRQCEDURESi EPA-600/2*7<>«275, OCTOBER*
  1976", AND THE STATISTICAL ASPECTS OF "AREAWIOE ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES MANU
  AL* EPA-600/9-76-014* JULY, 1976". THE WORK WILL INCLUDE STEPS TO MAKE THE
   MATHEMATICAL METHOD MORE EASILY USABLE IN PRACTICE* IDENTI
  FICATIQN OF RAINFALL PARAMETERS FOR SEVERAL MAJOR CITIES AND COMPARISON OF
  MATHEMATICAL RESULTS WITH EXISTING COMPUTER SIMULATIONS, THE BASIS FOR THE
   APPROACH IS "THEORY OP STORAGE-TREATMENT PLANT OVERFLOWS* BY C.D.*D.'
  HOWARD, JN HYD DIV,, ASCE, AUG., 1976,"

-------
WATCH SOURCE AND CHARACTERISTICS AND MALIGNANCY RA
IN SEIECTFO PARISHES IN LOUISIANA
TES OF SELECTED SITES
oo/oo i FUNDING
R80§liO*OI
   START/ COMPL DATE I    00/00
    TASK/EPA CODE |D6HB»U6    /
   PROJECT OFFICER I K    CANTOR
   INVESTIGATORS |   M 8 GOTTLIEB
                     F J *ATHER
   MILEI  05/78 -REPORT
     TO EXAMINE THE POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP OF THE S
     SELECTED LOUISIANA PARISHES TO THE OCCURRENCE
     APPEAR TO BE SIGNIFICANTLY ELEVATED AND PARTI
     CRFAS, STOMACH* BLADDER, LUNG AND COLON CANCE
     HAVE BEEN SELECTED BY SOURCE OF DRINKING NATE
     ARACTERISTIC8. TO DATE RELATED STUDIES HAVE P
      WITH MORTALITY DATA, MORTALITY DATA DOES NOT
     TWEEN INCIDENCE AND PREVALENCE. THIS IS PARTI
     FOR  ETIOLOGY OF CANCERS WITH LONG SURVIVAL FR
     IE.  BLADDER AND LARGE INTESTINE (COLON). IN T
     RATES FOR THE SELECTED MALIGNANCIES WILL BE C
     PERIODS FOR THE SELECTED PARISHES. THIS PROJE
     MORTALITY DATA TO MEASURE INCIDENCE WHERE APP
     PANCREAS AND STOMACH), ALSO* BY COMPARING 3EL
     FOR CANCERS WITH SHORT SURVIVALS DETERMINE TH
     OSPITAL DATA OF THE TOTAL MORTALITY AND DETER
     NCE DATA (DATE OF DIAGNOSIS) FROM THESE HQSPI
     INTESTINE AND BLADDER^ THE NULL HYPOTHESIS IS
     HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH CANCER RATES. ORLEANS
     HE8 THAT WILL BE CONSIDERED. OTHER VARIABLES
      LOOK  AT DIFFERNCES IN RATES NOT ATTRIBUTABLE
     PRESENCE OF PARTICULAR INDUSTRIESf AND THE
     OF  THE CASES TO THE INOUSTRYi AS WELL AS PART
     MORTALITY OR  INCIDENCE RATES FOR THE SPECIFIC
     AND COMPARED TO EXPECTED NUMBERS (EXPECTED DE
     SPECIFIC DEATH RATES FDR LOUISIANA RESIDENTS*
     N THE  NATIONAL CANCER INCIDENCE SURVEYS MQST
      YEARS BEING CONSIDERED), STANDARDIZED RATIOS
     ORDER  TO COMPARE GROUPS AND SUB-GROUPS,
I EST,
NT}
         FY   77  / S
            FY   /
0
1
TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIAN
TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIAN
OURCE
 OF C
CULAR
R, EX
R AND
RIHAR
 DIST
CULAR
OM TI
HE FI
OMPAR
CT
LICAB
ECTED
E REP
MINE
TALS
 THAT
PARIS
THAT
 TO D
ICULA
 SUBG
ATHS
 AND
APPRO
 WILL
      OF DRINKING WATER IN
     ANCER OF SITES WHICH
     LY FOR CANCER OF THE
     CLUDING RECTUM, PARISHES
      OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL CH
     ILY CONCERNED THEMSELVES
     INGUISH BE
     LY CRITICAL WHEN LOOKING
     ME OF DIAGNOSIS,
     RST PHASE MORTALITY
     ED FOR THREE TIME
     LL SYSTEMATICALLY USE
     LE (CANCER OF THE LUNG,
      HOSPITAL DATA
     RESENTATIVENESS OF THE H
     THE USEFULNESS OF INClDE
     FOR CANCERS OF THE LARGE
      DRINKING WATER SOURCE
     H IS ONE OF THE PARIS
     WILL THEN BE EXAMINED TO
     RINKING WATER ARE THE
     TY OF THE RESIDENCE
     R OCCUPATIONS,
     ROUPS WILL BE CALCULATED
     BASED ON AGE-TIME
     INCIDENCE RATES BASED o
     PRIATE TO THE PARTICULAR
      BE CALCULATED IN

-------
805112

The fundamental objective of the burn tests is to develop data that
may be translated into design criteria for the fabrication of equip-
ment to be used for the incineration of kepone and kepone contaminated
waste.  The activities required to fulfill the objective are indicated
below:

   .determine the time/temperature relationship of the incineration
    process in order to destroy kepone and its hazardous by-products.

   .develop the thermal requirements for complete decontamination of
    waste products containing kepone

   .to substantiate the findings by D.S. Duvall and T,V.A. Rubey in
    their technical report entitled "Laboratory Evaluation of High
    Temperature Destruction of Kepone and Related Pesticides."
    This work was done under flameless conditions.

Technical grade kepone in concentrated form will be transported to
Toledo, Ohio, to be burned in the research facilities of Surface
Division, Midland-Ross Corp.  This equipment includes a high
temperature afterburner capable of reaching temperatures in access
of 2600 degrees F and a rotary kiln continuous feed or batch feed
unit.  Analysis will be made of off-gases, scrubber liquor, air
samples taken within the test facility and outside of the building,
wash water and any other materials subject to contamination.  The
initial runs are designed so that if no conbustion takes place, the
emission of stack temperature will not exceed 1 x 10~6 gms/m3 which
will result in an ambient air concentration of less than 2.5 x 10
gms/m3.

-------
EFFECTS OF OZONE ON DNA  REPAIR  SYNTHESIS  IN RABBIT LYMPHOCYTES

   START/  COHPL  DATE I     10/77 -  08/79  I  FUNDING  I EST. - FY   77  / S   U70OO
    TASK/EPA  CODE IH601O7296    /  R805114-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  P     HJ
   INVESTIGATORS  |    S G  CHANEY                   UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA
   MILE I 03/78 -OPTIMIZE  ALL THE TECHNIQUES INVOLVED  IN THE MEASUREM£NTS OF  DNA
        11/78 -COMPLETION  OF THE  DOSE-RESPQNSE CURVE
        03/79 -COMPLETION  OF THE  TIME COURSE  STUDY.   INITIATE STUDIES ON THE  M
        08/79 ^COMPLETION  OF THE  PROPOSED RESEARCH
    THE OBJECTIVES  OF THIS WORK ARE  THREE (3) FOLOl  1) TO DETERMINE  A DOSE
    RESPONSE CURVE  FOR  THE AMOUNT OF DNA  REPAIR SYNTHESIS INDUCED BY A VARIOUS
    DOSES OF OZONE»  2)  TO  DETERMINE  WHETHER THAT  REPAIR IS "SHORT PATCH" OR "L
    ONG PATCH"  REPAIR,  AND 3)  TO  DETERMINE WHETHER THE EFFECTS OF OZONE ON  DNA
     REPAIR  IN  VIVQ  CAN  BE MIMICKED  av OZONIDES o» PEROXIDES IN VITRO. T
    HESE  EXPERIMENTS WILL  BE CARRIED OUT  BY EXPOSING  RABBITS TO VARYING LEVELS
    OF OZONE* RAPIDLY ISOLATING A MIXED  LEUKOCYTE POPULATION BY DIFFERENTIAL
    CENTRIFUGATION,  AND  MEASURING DNA REPAIR  SYNTHESIS IN THE CULTURED CELLS,

-------
PREDICTING ACID POLLUTION POTENTIAL FROM COAL  STRIP  MINES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     04/77 - 02/79 |  FUNDING  I  EST, •  FY    77   /  $    86000
    TASK/EPA CODE IB623B-6Q6    / R805116-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I T  G  NEWPORT
   INVESTIGATORS i   F  T CARUCCIO                 UNIV,  OF  SOUTH CAROLINA
         QU/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         05/77 «AWARO FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         oa/79 -FINAL REPORT
     IF AN ACIDITY INDEX CAN BE DEVELOPED WITH A REASONABLE DEGREE  OF  PRECISIO
     N, THE INFORMATION WILL BE VERY VALUABLE  TO MINING  OPERATORS AND  REGULATOR
     Y OFFICIALS IN THAT THEY WILL HAVE A TOTAL WHICH  CAN  BE  USED TO ACCURATELY
      PREDICT THE AMOUNT OF ACID POLLUTION TO  BE EXPECTED  FROM A SITE  PROPOSED
     FOR SURFACE MINING, THIS WILL BE USEFUL  IN DETERMINING WHETHER A  MINE
     PERMIT SHOULD BE ISSUED AND IN REVIEWING  THE  PROPOSED  MINING OPERATION TO
     SEE IF PROPER RECLAMATION PRACTICES ARE  EMPLOYED, six  PROPOSED STRIP
     MINES UNDERLAIN BY DIFFERENT GEOLOGIES IN THE BITUMINOUS  COAL  FIELD OP
     WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA WILL BE CORE DRILLED TO  PROVIDE  FRESH ROCK SAMPLES*
     DETAILED GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER SAMPLING POINTS,  THE ROCKS WILL BE
     RELATED TO THEIR ACID-ALKALINITY PRODUCTION POTENTIALS THROUGH LABORATORY
     SIMULATED WEATHERING CONDITIONS AND PETROGRAPHIC  ANALYSES, THE LEACHATES
     WILL BE ANALYZED FOR SPECIFIC IONIC SPECIES INDICATIVE OP PARTICULAR
     CHEMICAL REACTIONS, A REGIONAL AQUEOUS GEOCHEMICAL  SURVEY WILL BE COMPL
     ETED TO EVALUATE THE NATURAL SYSTEM'S NEUTRALIZING  AND BUFFERING  CAPACHIE
     S." DURING THE BACKFILLING PHASE OF MINING OPERATION,  WATER COLLECTORS WILL
      BE 8URIED IN THE  BACKFILL AND MINE DRAINAGE  CHARACTERISTICS MONITORED,
      THE CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MINE DRAINAGE  WILL  THEN BE RELATED
     TO THOSE OF THE LEACHATE TO ASCERTAIN THE CHEMICAL  REACTIONS TAKING PLA
     CE, FURTHER IDENTIFICATION WITH THE PETROGRAPHIC  ANALYSES AND  PYRHE  TYPES
     OF THE ROCKS OCCUPYING THE MINE SITE AND  NQTED  TO PRODUCE
     PARTICULAR ACIO-ALKALINE LOADS, PERMITS  THE EXTENSIONS OF THIS POLLUTION
     PREDICTIVE TECHNIQUE TO OTHER AREAS,

-------
CHARACTERIZATION of HIGH.TEMPERATURE DECOMPOSITION  BEHAVIOR OF
PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC MATERIALS
   START/ COHPL DATE i     oo/oo • oo/oo  i
    TASK/EPA CODE IC618A.7042   / R80511T
                          FUNDING I  E3T, • FY   77  / $
                         .01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /
                       100000
                            1
   PROJECT OFFICER I
   INVESTIGATORS  |
     R
     D
     W
     N
     I
     B
PUBLISH
   MILEl  12/80
     THE  PRIME  OBJECTIVE
     THERMAL  DESTRUCTION
  CARNE3
 DUVALL
 RU8EY
 HECHT
 BOEHMAN
 FOX
FINAL REPORT
 OF THE PROPOSED
 CHARACTERISTICS
UNIV,
UNIV.
UNIV,
UNIV,
OF
OF
OF
OF
OF
DAYTON
DAYTON
DAYTON
DAYTON
DAYTON
                         RESEARCH EFFORT IS TO DETERMINE THE
                         OF A WIDE ASSORTMENT OF P
     ESTICIDE8  AND  OTHER  ORGANIC  HAZARDOUS  WASTE  MATERIALS,  THIS OBJECTIVE WILL
     BE  ACCOMPLISHED  USING  A  SPECIALLY  DESIGNED LABORATORY  TEST  SYSTEM CAPABLE
     OF  DETERMINING DESTRUCTION.TEMPERATURE/RESIDENCE  TIME  DATA  FOR A
     MULTITUDE  OF ORGANIC SAMPLES,  WHILE  SIMULTANEOUSLY  ANALYZING THE COMPLETE
     SPECTRUM OF EVOLVED  DECOMPOSITION  PRODUCTS,  THIS  SYSTEM WILL BE CAPABLE OF
     "QUICK  RESPONSE"  GENERATION  OF DATAf  WILL  OPERATE IN  EITHER THE FLAME OR
     NONFLAME THERMAL  DESTRUCTION MODE»  AND WILL  INCORPORATE A  DEDICATED GC-MS
     FOR  ANALYSIS OF  EVOLVED  PRODUCTS.

-------
CONTAMINANT FLUX FROM MARINE SEDIMENTS *ND DREDGE SPOIL DEPOSIT

   START/ COMPL DATE: I    05/77 • 0«/80 I  FUNDING I  EST, • FY   77  / $   60718
    TASK/EPA CODE IP608C-13     / R805J29-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I  R    PAYNE
   INVESTIGATORS !   M L SENDER                   UNIV, OF RHODE ISLAND
   MILEI o
-------
ROTATING DISC SIOLOCICAU TREATMENT  OF  AMD

   START/ COMPL  DATE  I     0
-------
A SHORT COURSE ON THE APPLICATION QF COMPUTER  PROGRAMS  IN  PRELIMINARY
DESIGN OF WAST£WATE« TREATMENT FACILITIES
   START/ COMPL DATE |     05/77 • 05/78 I  FUNDING  »  E3T, • FY    77   /  $    50678
    TASK/EPA CODE IC619A.7UO   / R80$t34«01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  5  EILERS
   INVESTIGATORS i   j  w MALE                     ILLINOIS INST,  OF TECHNOLOGY
                     S    GRAEF                    ILLINOIS INST,  OF TECHNOLOGY
   MILEl  08/77 -WORKSHOP WAS  HELD AND A USER'S MANUAL WAS  COMPLETED
     THE  OBJECTIVE 3F THE SHORT COURSE WILL  BE TO  FAMILIARIZE  THE PARTICIPANTS
     WITH THE CONCEPTS  OF PRELIMINARY TREATMENT  PLANT DESIGN BY  DIGITAL
     COMPUTER AND PROVIDE HANDS ON EXPERIENCE  IN APPLYING  EXISTING  COMPUTER
     PROGRAMS FOR RESOLVING  WASTEWATER FACILITY  PLANNING,  DESIGN  AND  SIMULATION
      PROBLEMS, THE PRINCIPAL COMPUTATIONAL  BASIS  OF THE WORKSHOP WILL 8E
     THE  CURRENT USEPA  EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS  FQR  THE  PRELIMINARY  DESIGN  Op
     WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES DEVELOPED BY  EILERS AND SMITH, P
     ARTICIPANTS ARE ANTICIPATED FROM CONSULTING FIRMS, REGULATORY  AGENCIES  AND
     MUNICIPAL OPERATING AGENCIES HAVING SPECIAL INTEREST  IN QUANTITATIVE
     COST/PERFORMANCE COMPARISONS AMONG MULTIPLE TREATMENT FACILITY DESIGNS,  A
     FIVE-DAY WORKSHOP  IS SCHEDULED AT THE ILLINOIS  INSTITUTE  OF  TECHNOLOGY  F
     OR MARCH 1977. GUEST SPEAKERS,  FROM CONSULTING  FIRMS, REGULATORY  AGENCIES,
     ACADgMiA AND OPERATING  AGENCIES, EXPERIENCED  IN THE APPLICATION  OP  TH?
     EZLERS-SMITH PROGRAM TO  ENGINEERING PROBLEMS, WILL PRESENT  SEMINAR  TYPE
      LECTURES, EACH LECTURER WILL PRESENT AN  EXAMPLE OF HOW HE  HAS USED THE
     USEPA PROGRAMS TO  SOLVE  AN ENGINEERING  PROBLEM  AND THEN OUTLINE  AN  ABB
     DEVIATED ANALOGOUS PROBLEM FOR TH£ PARTICIPANTS TO SOLVE,  THE  LECTURER  AND
     THE  ENTIRE STAFF WILL ASSIST THE PARTICIPANTS WITH EACH PROBLEM
     AND  THEN CRITIQUE  THE SOLUTION, A DETAILED  USER'S  GUIDE WHICH  IDEN
     TIFIES AND SIMPLIFIES THE INPUT, OUTPUT  AND COST/PERFORMANCE RELATIONSHIPS
     IN EACH EXEC PROGRAM PROCESS SUBROUTINE  IS  BEING PREPARED,  THIS  WILL  ENA
     BLE  THE PARTICIPANTS TO  UNDERSTAND AND  JUSTIFY  THE ANSWERS  PRODUCED BY  THE
      EXEC PROGRAMS, A  SET OF NOTES ACCOMPANIED  BY THE  WORKED  OUT EXAMPLES BY T
     HE LECTURERS WILL  BE DISTRIBUTED WITH THE USER'S GUIDE TO  EACH PARTICIPANT
      PRIOR TO THE WORKSHOP,  FURTHERMORE,  ONE  OF THE LECTURES  PRESENTED  WILL
     DISCUSS THE STEPS  FOR ADDING THE USEPA  PROGRAMS TO THE PARTICIPANTS*  HOME
     COMPUTER FACILITY  (IN-HOUSE OR TIME«8HARED  TERMINAL),

-------
FUNDING I  EST,  « FY
    (GRANT)  PRIOR
  77
FY76
/ S
165000
     1
        I I T RESEARCH INSTITUTE
        U,S, ENVIRON, PROTECTION A6CY
        I i T RESEARCH INSTITUTE
INFLUENCE OF PARTICIPATE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS ON PULMONARY
CCLL SYSTEMS
   START/ COMPL DATE  I     10/76  -  10/79  I
    TASK/CPA CODE  |H601D«7317    /
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  D  E  GARDNER
   INVESTIGATORS  t    c    ARANYI
                     D  E GARDNER
                     J  L HUISINGH
   MILEl  03/77  -AWARD GRANT
         05/77  -INITIATE WORK
         11/77  -PRIMARY  SCREENING  OF PARTICLES
         05/78  -SECONDARY  SCREENING OF PARTICLES
         03/78  -ANNUAL  REPORT
         oe/78  -AEROSOL  METHODOLOGY ESTABLISHED
         03/79  -ANNUAL  REPORT
         10/7*  -IN  VIVO  EXPOSURES  FOR MACROPHAGE STUDIES COMPLETED
         03/80  -INFECTIVITY STUDIES COMPLETED
         06/eo  -FINAL REPORT
    THE  PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT WILL BE TO DETERMINE THE COMPARATIVE TOXIClTY
    OF PARTICULATES  TO  MACROPHAGES WHEN EXPOSED IN VITRO AND  IN vivo.
    CHEMICALLY CHARACTERIZED CRUDE PARTICULATES FROM INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
    OF RF.SPI&ABLE  SIZE  AND OTHER  PARTICULATE SAMPLES WILL  INITIALLY BE
    SCREENED FOR RELATIVE CYTOTOXKITY  TO THE ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGE EXPOSED  IN
    VITRQ.VROM THIS  INITIAL- SCREENING IN VITRO, PARTICULATE SAMPLES OF  HIGH,
    MODERATE AND LOW TOXIClTY WILL BE SELECTED FOR IN VIVO INHALATION EXPOSU
    RES. MACROPHASE8 ISOLATED FROM THESE EXPOSED ANIMALS WILL THEN BE EXAMINED
     FOR A  NUMBER  OF PARAMETERS INCLUDING TOTAL NUMBERS, VIABILITY, ATP
    CONTENT* PHAGOCYTIC ABILITY,  AND BACTERIOCIDAL ACTIVITY.  RESULTS FROM  IN
     VIVO  EXPOSURES  WILL  BE CORRELATED  WITH RESULTS FROM STRICTLY IN
    VITRO  EXPOSURES  IN  ORDER TO VALIDATE IN VITRO FINDINGS, FURTHERMORE,  IN V
    IVO  STUDIES, WHEN  WARRANTED,  WILL EXAMINE THE EFFECT OF THESE PARTICULATES
     ON  ANIMALS SUBSEQUENTLY CHALLENGED WITH A BACTERIAL INFECTION,

-------
SYNOPTIC METEOROLOGY AND AIR QUALITY PATTERNS IN THE 8T,  LOUIS  RAPS
PROGRAM
   START/ COMPL DATE |     0«/77 • 0«/78 I  FUNDING t  EST,  - FY    77  /  S   15««2
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A.AD-09  / R803l«2»01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /          \
   PROJECT OFFICER I T     KASL
   INVE8T|GATORS «   E    ROBINSON                 WASHINGTON  STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEt 12/77 -REPORT  ON SYNOPTIC WEATHER TYPING OF THE  WEATHER PATTERNS 1
         05/78 «RPT. ON RELATIONSHIP OF AIR QUALITY  AND WEATHER TYPES
         05/80 'FINAL REPORT
     THIS RESEARCH PROGRAM HAS Z OBJECTIVES!  (lj TO  DEVELOP AN  OBJECTIVE CLA
     SSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR THE SYNOPTIC WEATHER PATTERNS THAT  AFFECT  THE ST,  L
     GUIS,  MISSOURI  AREAf AND (2) TO DETERMINE GENERAL  OR AVERAGE AIR  QUALITY  P
     ATTERNS USING THE  RAPS DATA FILE FOR  ST; LOUIS  AS  A  FUNCTION OF PREVAILING
      SYNOPTIC WEATHER  AS IDENTIFIED IN THE PATTERN  CLASSIFICATION STUDY,'

-------
METABOLISM OF CARBAMATE INSECTICIDES
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77  -  05/82  I  FUNDING  t  EST.  - FY   77  / S
    TA8K/EPA  CODE  IH615F-7623   /  R805l«3«01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY    /
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  M  D   JACKSON
   INVESTIGATORS  I    H  W  DOROUGH                  UNIV. OF KENTUCKY
     IN  VIVO  AND  IN  VITRO METABOLISM  EXPERIMENTS WILL  BE  CONDUCTED  WITH  C
     AR1AMATE  INSECTICIDES IN BOTH ANIMAL  AND  PLANT  SYSTEMS, COMPOUNDS SELECTED
     WILL BE  THOSE  ALREADY IN USE  HAVING SPECIFIC  METABOLISM PROBLEMS
     STILL EVIDENT?  AND N£W  PRODUCTS  OF  HIGH COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL  AND/OR OF  U
     NUSUAL CHEMICAL  CONFIGURATION, METABOLITES WILL BE ISOLATED*  IDENTIFIED WH
     ENEVER POSSIBLE* AND SUBJECTED TO STUDIES DESIGNED TO ESTIMATE THEIR  TOXIC
     QLOGJCAL  SIGNIFICANCE.  THESE  LATTER STUDIES WILL  INCLUDE DETERMINATIONS OF
      ACUTE TOXICITY  TO RATS/MICE,  ANTICHOLINESTERASE  ACTIVITY, BIOAVAILABILITY
      AND FATE  IN ANIMALS*  AND MUTAf,ENIC/CARCINOGENIC  POTENTIAL AS  IND
     ICATED BY  BACTERIAL  ASSAY SYSTEMS,  OTHER  STUDIES  WILL BE UNDERTAKEN TO  OET
     ERMINE FACTORS  WHICH SIGNIFICANTLY  ALTER  AN ANIMAL'S ABILITY  TO  DEGRADE CA
     RBAMATE  TOXICANTS, PLANS ARE  TO  EVALUATE  EFFECTS  Of  OTHER CHEMICALS,  DIET,
      AND VARIOUS FORMS OF STRESS,

-------
TRACE AND POTENTIAL!^ TOXIC ELEMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH URANIUM  DEPOSITS  IN
 SOUTH TEXAS
   START/ COMPL DATE I
    TASK/EPA CODE I862JB
   PROJECT OFFICER I S  J
   INVESTIGATORS |   C  0
                     C  G
 05/77 •
523    /
 HUBBARD
HENRY
GROAT
                             05/78 I
                             R805147
                                       FUNDING i  EST,  • FY
                                      •01  (GRANT)   PRIOR
                                                           77
                                                         FY76
60000
    1
                                             UNIV,
                                             UNIV,
                                                     OF
                                                     Of
                                                      TEXAS
                                                      TEXAS
MILEI
THE
                                                                OF TOXIC
                                                                SOUTH
                                                                     N OR
    00/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
    05/77 -AWARD FUNDS
    07/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
    OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY IS TO EVALUATE POTENTIAL PROBLEMS
ELEMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH URANIUM MINERALIZATION AND MINING IN
TEXAS." SAMPLING OF SOILS AND VEGETATION IN (1) AREAS THAT ARE'
IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO MINING AREAS OR HAVE HAD ORE STORED ON
AREAS UNDERLAIN BY IDENTIFIED URANIUM MINERALIZATION BUT WHICH HAVE NOT
BEEN MINED! AND (3) AREAS OF SIMILAR SUBSTRATE AND SOILS AWAY FROM ANY
KNOWN MINERALIZATION OR PREVIOUS MINING WILL ACCOMPLISH THIS OBJECTIVE,
THE THIRD LOCALITY WILL ESTABLISH BACKGROUND LEVELS? THE FIRST TWO WOULD
INDICATE THE EXTENT OF MAN-CAUSED OR "NATURAL" CONTAMINATION, SAMPLING
WILL BEGIN EARLY IN 1977,

-------
PREVENTING HACO^ORM FORMATION  IN  DRINKING  WATER

   START/  COMPL  DATE I     00/00 -  00/00  I  FUNDING  I EST. - FY   77  /$
    TASK/CPA  CODE  IC614A.7162   /  R805J«9-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER  »  0  T   LOVE
   INVESTIGATORS  I    L  L  HARMS                     SOUTH  DAKOTA  SCHOOL OF  MINES
                     R  W  LOOVENSA                  SOUTH  DAKOTA  SCHOOL OF  MINES
   MILEl 05/77 -AWARD GRANT
        08/77 -IDENTIFY  SOURCES  CONTRIBUTING  TRIHALQMETHANE  PRECURSOR(S)  IN  JA
        02/78 -COMPLETE  STUDIES  ON  COMBINED CHLORINE
        08/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVES  OF  THE PROPOSED  STUDY  ARE  TO  tl) STUDY THE  USE OF CHLORAM
     INES  AS  A DI3IMFECTANT ON A  FULL-SCALE WATER  TREATMENT PROCESS  IN  ORDER  TO
     REDUCE THE  TOTAL HALOFORM CONCENTRATION,  (25  ESTABLISH REASONS  FOR
      HALQFQRM AFTERGROWTH *'ITHIN  THE  DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEM, (3)  IDENTIFY  THE
     PRIMARY  SOURCE  OF  PRECURSORS* AND  («) SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCE THE  BRHMODICH
     LOROMF.THANE CONCENTRATION IN  THE  FINISHED WATER,  LABORATORY  AND FIELD WORK
     WILL  BE  CONDUCTED  TO  EVALUATE THE  DISINFECTION CAPABILITIES  OF
     THE CHLQRAMINES  IN CONJUNCTION  WITH THE REDUCTION OF HALOGENATED HYDRO
     CARBONS. THE TREATMENT PROCESSES  AND  THE  DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WILL  BE
     ORED.  VARIATIONS IN  RAw WATER QUALITY WILL BE  ASSOCIATED WITH POTENTIAL  HA
     LOFORM FORMATION IN  THE DRINKING  WATER, PHYSICAL* CHEMICAL*  AND BACTERIOLO
     GICAL  QUALITY  *ILL BE MONITORED  AS  WELL AS HYDROLOGIC INFORMATION.  SPECIAL
     ATTENTION WILL  BE  DIRECTED DURING  PERIODS OF  SURFACE RUNOFF  TO  ASCERTAIN
     PRECURSOR CONTRIBUTIONS FROM  NQN-PQINT SOURCES OF POLLUTION,

-------
A STUDY OF THE MECHANISM AND RATES OF VOLATILIZATION OF  CONTAMINANTS
FROM WATER BODIES
   START/ COMPL DATE I    09/77 - 12/80 I  FUNDING I  E3T, - FY    77   /  S
    TASK/EPA CODE |K609A»20b    / RftOS150-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I S W  KARICKHOFF
   INVESTIGATORS |   D   MACKAY                   UNXV,  OF TORONTO
   MILEl 09/77 -START
         09/78 -ANNUAL REPORT
         09/79 -ANNUAL REPORT
         12/80 -ANNUAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO DEVELOP A DEEPER  QUANTI
     TATIVE UNDERSTANDING OF THE PROCESSES BY WHICH  SOME ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMIN
     ANT8 VOLATILIZE FROM WATER BODIES TO THE ATMOSPHERE, SUCH A PREDICTIVE CAP
     ABILITY WILL BE USEFUL IN CONTRIBUTING ONE COMPONENT TO THE OVERALL PROCI8
     S OF MODELLING ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, APPROACH! WORK WILL 8E UNDERTAKEN IN
      A WIND-WATER TANK TO MEASURE VOLATILIZATION RATES AND IN PARTICULAR
     MEASURE LIQUID PHASE TRANSFER COEFFICIENTS AND  CORRELATE  THESE COEFFICIE
     NTS WITH WIND SPEED AND OTHER FLUID FLOW CHARACTERISTICS, HENRYIS LAW CONS
     TANTS WILL BE MEASURED FOR SELECTED CONTAMINANTS* NOTABLY HYDROCARBONS AND
     CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS IN AQUEOUS SYSTEMSi PURE*  *ITH ELECTROLYTES AND
     WITH ADSORBING SPECIES SUSH AS MINERAL CLAYS* WHICH ARE ENCOUNTERED N
     ATURALLY, THIS WORK WILL BE INITIATED IN 1977,  THUS* NO PROGRESS  REPORT IS
      APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME,

-------
DETECTION or VIRAL GASTROENTERITIS  AGENTS

   START/ COWL  DATE  t     05/77  • 05/79  I FUNDING  I E3T, • FY   77  / $   «85Z5
    TASK/EPA  CODE  I061«8«OJ5     / R80516«»0t   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT  OFFICER I  E  W   AKIN
   INVESTIGATORS  |    N  R  8LAC*LOW                  UNIV, OF MASSACHUSETTS
                     G    CUKOR                     UNIV, OF MASSACHUSETTS
   MILEI  05/79 -FINAL REPORT
     ACUTE  INFECTIOUS NONSACTERIAL  GASTROENTERITIS is  CHARACTERISTICALLY  AN  EP
     IDEMIC DISEASE BUT IT  ALSO  PERSISTS IN  AN  ENDEMIC 'ORM THAT  IS RESPONSIBLE
     FOR SPORADIC  CASES  QR LOCALIZED  OUTBREAKS, POSING A  MAJOR RECURRING PROB
     LE*  IN PUBLIC  HEALTH,  THE MAJOR OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS PROJECT  is  TO  ASSESS  THE
     CONTRIBUTION  OF PARVOVIRUS-LIKE  AGENTS  TO ENVIRONMENTALLY TRANSMITTED
     ENTERITIS. WE PLAN  A  TWO-FOLD APPROACH  TO THE PROBLEM,  ONE  is TO  DESIGN,
     DEVELOP  AND TEST A SENSITIVE ASSAY  METHOD  FOR THE DETECTION  OF THFS
     E  AGENTS IN STOOL  AND  WATER SPECIMENS WITHOUT THE NECESSITY  OF PROPAGATING
     THE VIRUSES,  THE  SECOND APPROACH IS TO  CULTIVATE THE VIRUSES  IN
     QUESTION IN VITRO  UTILIZING METHODOLOGIES  THAT HAVE PROVEN
     SUCCESSFUL  FOR OPTIMAL GROWTH  OF  OTHER  KNOWN  PARVOVIRUSES, SUCCESSFUL CO
     MPLETION OF THIS PROJECT WILL  RESULT IN  1)  A  RELIABLE METHOD  FOR THE RAPID
     DIAGNOSIS  OF  THIS TYPE OF  VIRAL  ENTERITIS AND 2) A RAPID  WAY OF TESTING
     ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES (E.G. LARGE  QUANTITIES OF  WATER)  FOR  THE
     PRESENCE OF ENTERITIS  AGENTS,

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF DYNAMIC TWO-LAYER MODEL FOR  STRATIFIED  ESTUARIES

   START/ COMPL DATE I    04/77 • 12/78 I  FUNDING ?  EST,  •  FY    77   /$    98000
    TASK/EPA CODE 8<609Aw«Ofc>    / R805170-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           i
   PROJECT OFFICER t J W  FALCO
   INVESTIGATORS i   s G CHAMBERLAIN              RAYTHEON  COMPANY
                     P V TAWARI                   RAYTHEON  COMPANY
                     H   COMERY                   RAYTHEON  COMPANY
   MILEl  0«/77 -START PROJECT
         01/78 -INTERIM REPORT WHICH SUMMARIZES HYDRODYNAMICS  ESTUARY  MQDEL
         12/78 -FINAL REPORT WHICH SUMMARIZES ESTUARY  MODEL INCLUDING  WATER  QUA
     THE  PRIMARY OBJECTIVE DF THE PROJECT  IS  TO DEVELOP A TWO-LAYER DYNAMIC
     MODEL OF ESTUARINE HYDRODYNAMICS AND  WATER QUALITY,  THE  MODEL  is
     TO BE COMPATIBLE FOR LINKAGE WITH APPROPRIATE RIVER  AND  LOADING MODELS  TO
      PROVIDE A BASIN PLANNING METHODOLOGY  IN COASTAL  AREASS  A SECOND  OBJECTIVE
      IS  TO TEST THE ESTUARY MODEL ON A FIELD DATA SET TO DEFINE  ITS P
     ERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS, THE APPROACH IS TO  COMPLETE  THE  DEVELOPMENT OF
     RAMSES HYDRODYNAMIC AND WATER QUALITY  MODEL, THE  HYDRQDYNAMIC  CODE
      WILL BE TESTED AS A FIRST PHASE IN THIS STUDY. TESTING  WILL INCLUDE
     SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF RAMSES MODEL  PARAMETERS,  THE SECOND  PHASE OF THIS
     STUDY WILL BE DIRECTED TOWARD QUALITY  MODEL DEVELOPMENT,  AN  INTERIM RgPORT
     WILL BE SUBMITTED IN JANUARY 1978 WHICH  WILL SUMMARIZE THE  PROGRESS OF
     THE  PROJECT, THIS REPORT WILL INCLUDE  DISCUSSIONS OF HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL DC
     VELOPMfNT. A FINAL REPORT WILL BE SUBMITTED AT  THE END OF THE  PROJECT THAT
      WILL PRESENT THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE  WATER QUALITY MODEL,

-------
ATMOSPHERIC INPUT  OF  TRACE  METALS  TO LAKE MICHIGAN

   START/  CQMPL  DATE  i    Qu/77 -  OU/79  I FUNDING I EST. - FY   77  / $   2
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IN608A-010    /  R805172-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  M D  MULLIN
   INVESTIGATORS |    S J EISENREICH               UNIV, OF MINNESOTA
   MILEI 07/78 -FINAL REPORT DUE
    THE OBJECTIVE  OF THE RESEARCH PROJECT  13 TO DETERMINE LOADINGS AND D
    EPOSITION RATES  OF SELECTED TRACE METALS TQ LAKE MICHIGAN FROM ATMOSPHERIC
    SOURCES. THE TRACE METAL CONTENT OF MONTHLY-INTEGRAT ING,
    BULK PRECIPITATION SAMPLES COLLECTED AT 22 LAND-BASED STATIONS* 2 IN-LAKE
    BUOY COLLECTORS  AND 2  'JET/DRY UNITS WILL BE MEASURED, THE BULK PRECIPI
    TATION SAMPLES WERE COLLECTED AT SITES IN WISCONSIN, ILLINOIS, INDIANA AND
    MICHIGAN BORDERING LAKE MICHIGAN FROM  JULY, 1975 TO DECEMBER, 1976, T
    RACE METALS czs CD, PS, cu,  NI, FE, co AND MN) WILL BE ANALYZED BY ATOMIC
     ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETRY (AAS) WITH A PERKIN-ELMER MODEL 360
    AAS EQUIPPED WITH AN HGA-2100 GRAPHITE FURNACE AND A DEUTERIUM
    BACKGROUND CORRECTOR,  TRACE METAL DATA WILL BE REPORTED IN CONCENTRATION
     UNITS (MICRQGRAM/D,  DEPOSITION RATES (MicROGRAM/cM2/MONTH) AND IN TOTAL
    LOADINGS TO THE  LAKE ON AN ANNUAL 8ASIS% STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES WILL BE
    U8EO TO  IDENTIFY SOURCES WHERE POSSIBLE.

-------
EPIDEMIOLOSICAL STUDY OF DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH WASTEWATER  SPRINKLER
IRRIGATION
   START/ COMPL DATE I    00/00 • 00/00 I  FUNDING I  E3T,  • FV    77   /  $    75580
    TASK/EPA CODE l0607A*007    / R805174-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FV   /          1
   INVESTIGATORS i    H i SHUVAL                   HEBREW  UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALE
                     E   KATZENELSON              HEBREW  UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALC
                     A M DAVIES                   HEBREW  UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALE
   MILEl  08/77 -BEGIN EPIOE*IOLQ6ICAL STUDY
         09/78 -INTERIM REPORT
         08/79 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVESI A)  TO DETERMINE THE DEGREE OF ADDED RISK OF COMMUNICABLE
     DISEASE INCIDENCE AMONG RESIDENTS OF  AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITIES  (KlgBU
     TZIM) PRACTICING WASTEWATER UTILIZATION  AS COMPARED  TO  THOSE NOT  UTILIZING
     WASTEWATER, B)  TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE  ADDED RISK is ASSOCIATED  WITH SPR
     INKLER IRRIGATION WITH WASTEWATER AND INFLUENCED BY  PROXIMITY  OF  IRRIGATED
     AREAS TO RESIDENTIAL ZONES AND DOMINANT  WJND DIRECTIONS,  C) TO DETERMINE
     WHETHER THE DECREE OF ADDED RISK IS ASSOCIATED  WITH  THE DEGREE OF WA
     STEWATER PURIFICATION AND CAN BE REDUCED AS A RESULT OF IMPROVED  TREATMENT
     INCLUDING DISINFECTION OF EFFLUENT. APPROACH! RETROSPECTIVE DISEASE DATA
     FROM SOME 80 KIBBUTZIM (COLLECTIVE AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENTS) PRACTICING
     SPRINKLER IRRIGATION WITH PARTIALLY TREATED NQN«DISINFECTED OXIDATION PO
     NO EFFLUENT WILL BE COLLECTED AND COMPARED WITH DISEASE DATA FROM 150 CONT
     RQL  KIBBUTZIM  NOT PRACTICING ANY FORM OF SEWAGE UTILIZATION, ENVIRONMENTAL
     FACTORS SUCH AS DISTANCE FROM SEWAGE  IRRIGATED  FIELD* WIND DIRECTION AND
      DEGREE OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT WILL  BE  STUDIED,

-------
805175


The purpose of this investigation is to determine  the  ability of young
goats to dispose of combinations of non-toxic  doses  of selected toxic
elements.  The elemental compounds to be  studied will  be enclosed in
gelatinous capsules and administered daily via gastric intubation with
the aid of a balling gun.  Control goats  will  be given the capsule con-
taining only the "filler" or diluent, if  any are used  in preparing the
elemental preparations.  At the end of the first four  weeks of flushing
the treated and control goats will be sheared  and  the  hair collected for
analysis.  Approximately 200 days after the initial  treatment with the
toxic elements all animals will be sacrificed,  tissues(whole blood, kid-
neys, brain, liver, hoofs, teeth, hair, skeletal muscle and bones) will
be collected.  All tissues will be processed for storage and samples
analyzed for the appropriate elements.  The remainder  of the tissues will
be shipped to EMSL-LV to be used as reference  materials in subsequent
studies.

-------
TRANSPORT WATER CONTAMINATION IN COAL-8LURRY
   START/ COMPL DATE I     03/77 - 0«/7» I  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77   /  S    80000
    TASK/EPA CODE 196238-525    / R805176-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /          \
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  L  KENNEDY
                     H
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY
INVESTIGATORS »    H s PEAVY
                  W A HUNT
                  P H JENNINGS
MILEl 03/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
      0
-------
WOOD PRESERVING WASTE RECYCLE  AND  INCINERATION SYSTEM

   START/  COMPL DATE  |     00/76  -  01/79  I FUNDING I EST. - FY   77  / $   50000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IS6108-607     /  S80517«»»01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 /          1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  V     DALLONS
   INVESTIGATORS  I    P V HOLOEN                   PACIFIC WOOD TREATING CQRPa
                     J A MACKIE                   C H 2 H HILL INCORPORATED
                     W   STQTT                    MOGUL CORPORATION
   MILEl 10/77  -QUARTERLY  REPORT
        01/78  -QUARTERLY  REPORT
        Ott/78  -QUARTERLY  REPORT
        07/78  -QUARTERLY  REPORT
        10/78  -DRAFT FINAL REPORT
        01/79  -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
    THE OBJECTIVE  IS TO EVALUATE  A FULL SIZED RECYCLE SYSTEM FOR LIQUID WASTES
     FROM  A  WOOD PRESERVING PLANT WHERE THE WASTES A«E CONCENTRATED BY ULTR
    AFILTRATION AND  REVERSE OSMOSIS WITH THE CONCENTRATE INCINERATED AND THE P
    ERMEATE  CONSUMED AS BORER  FEED WATER, THE APPROACH CONSISTS OF COLLECTING
     DATA  ON THE FEED, REJECT,  AND PRODUCT AND MAINTAINING A LOG OF SYSTEM
     PERFORMANCE,  QUANTITIES PROCESSED, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE EX
    PENSE» AND OPERATING  PROBLEMS. THE DATA WILL BE TABULATED AND PUBLISHED IN
    THE AMERICAN WOOD PRESERVERS  ASSN.  UWPA) PROCEEDINGS, ALSO THE RESULTS
    WILL BE  PUBLISHED IN  EPA TECHNICAL REPORT SERIES, THE PHYSICAL FACILITY
    18 UNDER CONSTRUCTION AS OF THIS DATE, START-UP IS SCHEDULED FOR APRIL,
    1977.

-------
JOINT CENTRAL WASTE TREATMENT FACILITY FOR TAUNTON SILVER PLATES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     03/77 • 10/77 I  FUNDING » EST, - FY   77  / $   50000
    TASK/EPA CODE t6610B-«61    / 5805181-01  (SRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I M  K  STINSON
   INVESTIGATORS I   H  C GILL                     REED & BARTON SILVERSMITH
   MILEl 03/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         Oa/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         08/77 -DRAFT FINAL REPORT
         lf>/77 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     OBJECTIVEI TO DEMONSTRATE THE FEASIBILITY OF BUILDING AND OPERATING A J
     DINT WASTE TREATMENT PLANT BY THREE ELECTROPLATING COMPANIES IN TAUNTON, M
     ASSACHUSETTS. APPROACH! TO MAKE AN ASSESSMENT OF  THE PRESENT STATF OF EACH
      PARTICIPATING COMPANY. THEN CONDUCT  AN EVALUATION AND SELECTION OF TREAT
     MENT AND RECOVERY  ALTERNATIVES FOR THE WASTE STREAMS PRODUCED. A PLAN WILL
      THEN BE CHOSEN ACCORDING TO THE MOST ECONOMICAL  APPROACH, CURRENT P
     LANSi IF JOINT TREATMENT IS PROVEN FEASIBLE* THEN DESIGN WOULD BE THE NEXT
      STAGE.

-------
FULL-SCALE DEMONSTRATION OF HYPERFILTRATION  FOR  CLOSED-CYCLE OPERATION
IN TEXTILE
   START/ COMPL  DATE  I     Ob/77  -
    TASK/EPA  CODE  |S610F«37«     /
                               0*1/81 I  FUNDING I  EST.  - FY
                               8805162-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR
                                                             77
                                                           FY76
                       520000

                            1
PROJECT OFFICER
INVESTIGATORS I
MILEl
      05/77
      0^/77
                     R     MOURNIGHAN
                     C  A  BRANDON
                     J  E  BOSTIC
                     R  K  TEEO
                     j  j  PORTER
                FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
RIECEL
RIEGEL
RIEGEL
RIEGEL
                                                      TEXTILE
                                                      TEXTILE
                                                      TEXTILE
                                                      TEXTILE
CORPORATION
CORPORATION
CORPORATION
CORPORATION
            •AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
            •COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION AND BEGIN OPERATION
      09/80 -OPERATION COMPLETE
      1?/80 "DRAFT REPORT
      0«/81 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
  SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK • THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT ARE TO
  DEMONSTRATE THE ECONOMIC AND TECHNICAL ADVANTAGES TO A FULL SCALE REVERSE
  OSMOSIS CHYPERFILTRATION) SYSTEM FOR CLOSED CYCLE OPERATION OF A TE
  XTILE DYING AND FINISHING PLANT. INVOLVED IS THE DESIGN, INSTALLATION, AND
   TWELVE-MONTH OPERATION OF A REVERSE OSMOSIS TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR THE
  HOT WASTEWATER FROM EITHER A CONTINUOUS DYE RANGE OR A GROUP OF TEN
  ATMOSPHERIC DYE 0ECKS. THE TWO TYPES OF EQUIPMENT ARE TYPICAL OF THE
  TWO BROAD CATEGORIES OF TEXTILE PROCESSlNGi CONTINUOUS AND BATCH, A
  CONCEPTUAL DESIGN WILL BE DEVELOPED FOR EACH PROCESS AND THE ONE APPEARING
  TO BE THE MOST ECONOMICALLY VIABLE WILL BE DEMONSTRATED. OUTPUTS FROM THIS
   PROGRAM CONSIST OFl A DETAILED DESIGN FOR TEXTILE WASTEWATER
  TREATMENT BY REVERSE OSMOSIS, DETAILED OPERATIONS AND CAPITAL COSTS, DO
  CLIMF.NTATION OF ENERGY SAVINGS OF THE REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM COMPARED TO CO
  NVENTIONAL WASTE TREATMENT METHODS AND EVALUATION OF CHEMICAL (DYES, SALT)
   RECYCLE IN THE DYING PROCESS.

-------
FULL-SCALE DEMONSTRATION OF HYPERFILTRATION FOR CLOSE0-CYCLE  OPERATION
IN TEXTILE
   START/ CDMPL DATE i     06/77 • 04/81  j  FUNDING 8  EST,  »  FY   77   /  $   190000
    TASK/EPA CODE J8&2«B-S7«    f S805182«0t   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /          i
   PROJECT OFFICER J R     MQURNI6HAN
   INVESTIGATORS \   C  A BRANDON                  RIEGEL  TEXTILE CORPORATION
                     J  E BDSTIC                   RIESEL  TEXTILE CORPORATION
                     R  K TE^D                     RIEGEL  TEXTILE CORPORATION
                     J  J PORTER                   RSE6EL  TEXTILE CORPORATION
   MILES  05/77 "FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         09/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         09/79 -COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION  AND  BEGIN OPERATION
         09/80 -OPERATION COMPLETE
         12/80 -DRAFT REPORT
         Ofl/Bl -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THIS IS  ONE OF  A MULTI-PART PROJECT WHOSE  SUMMARY  MAY  BE IDENTICAL  TO
     OTHERS,  THE OBJECTIVES OF  THIS  PROJECT  ARE TO DEMONSTRATE THE  ECONOMIC AND
     TECHNICAL ADVANTAGES TO A  FULL  SCALE  REVERSE OSMOSIS (HYPERFILTRATION^
     SYSTEM  FOR CLOSED  CYCLE OPERATION OF  A  TEXTILE  DYING AND FINISHING  PLANT.
      INVOLVED IS  THE DESIGN,  INSTALLATION,  AND TWELVE-MONTH-  OPERATION OF A
      REVERSE  OSMOSIS TREATMENT  SYSTEM FOR  THE  HOT WASTEWATER FROM  EITHER A
      CONTINUOUS DYE  RANGE  OP  A  GROUP OF TEN  ATMOSPHERIC  DY£  BECKS,  THE  TWO
     TYPES OF  EQUIPMENT  ARE TYPICAL  OF THE  TWO  BROAD CATEGORIES  OF  TEXTILE P
     ROCESSINGi  CONTINUOUS  AND  BATCH8 A CONCEPTUAL DESIGN WILL BE DEVELOPED FOR
     EACH  PROCESS  AND THE ONE  APPEARING TO  BE THE MOST  ECONOMICALLY  VIABLE WILL
      BE  DEMONSTRATED,  OUTPUTS  FROM  THIS PROGRAM  CONSIST  OF I  A DETAILED
     DESIGN FOR  TEXTILE  WASTEWATER TREATMENT  BY  REVERSE OSMOSIS,  DETAILED OP
     ERATIONS  AND  CAPITAL COSTS?  DOCUMENTATION  QF ENERGY  SAVINGS  OF  THE  REVERSE
      OSMOSIS  SYSTEM  COMPARED TO CONVENTIONAL WASTE TREATMENT  MET
     HODS  AND  EVALUATION  OF  CHEMICAL (DYES* SALT) RECYCLE IN  THE  DYING PROCESS

-------
CLOSED CYCLE DYEING - FULL  SCALE  DEMONSTRATION
   START/ COMPL  DATE  I     10/77  •  10/79  I
    TASK/EPA  CODE  |F610B-05      /  3805182
 FUNDING  t EST. • FY   77  / $   asooo
•01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I
   INVESTIGATORS  |
        LA FRANCE  INDUSTRIES
        CLEMSQN UNIVERSITY
        CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
        CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
        u,s,  ENERGY  RES,  &  OEV.  AOMIN
                  M    SAMFIELD
                  C A BRANDON
                  C A BRANDON
                  J J PORTER
                  D   TOOD
                  J S JOHNSON
MILEi 10/77 -PROJECT ORGANIZATION DETAILS
      07/78 -TEXTILE PROCESS SELECTION
      10/78 -DESIGN AND COST QUANTIZED
      07/79 -EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT AND INSTALLATION AND MEMBRANE FOR
      10/79 -MEMBRANE PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION
      oi/eo -INITIAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION
      10/80 -FULL SCALE CLOSED CYCLE DEMONSTRATION
      07/81 -PREPARATION OF FINAL REPORT
  THE OBJECTIVE IS TO DEMONSTRATE THE USE OF CLOSED-CYCLE OPERATION IN A
  CONTINUOUS DYE RANGE AND TO ACCURATELY DETERMINE THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF
  HYPERFILTRATION FOR THIS APPLICATION, IT IS EXPECTED THAT ENERGY, WATER
  AND MATERIALS WILL THUS BE RECOVERED, THE PROJECT INVOLVES THE DESIGN,
   INSTALLATION, AND TWELVE-MONTH OPERATION OF A FULL-SCALE HYPERF
  ILTRATION (REVERSE OSMOSIS) SYSTEM FOR CLOSED-CYCLE OPERATION OF A TEXTILE
  DYEING OPERATION AT LAFRANCE INDUSTRIES. THE CLOSED OPERATION OF A
  CONTINUOUS DYE RANGE AND THE GROUPS OF TEN ATMOSPHERIC DYE BECKS WILL BE
   INVESTIGATED, BOTH TYPES OF EQUIPMENT ARE CURRENTLY BEING USED AT
   LAFRANCE FOR DYEING H£AVY COTTON VELOUR FABRICS, THE TWO TYPES OF
  EQUIPMENT ARE KgPRESENTATIVg OF THE TWO BROAD CATEGORIES OF TEXTILE
  PROCESSING • CONTINUOUS AND BATCH, THE FULL-SCALE MEMBRANE SYSTEM WILL BE
  DESIGNED FOR ONE OF THESE TEXTILE PROCESSES THAT IS SELECTED BASED ON THE
  EVALUATION OF CONCEPTUAL SYSTEM DESIGNS DEVELOPED FOR EACH, THE OUTPUT IS
  TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT LARGE BOTH IN TH£ FORM OF
  AN EPA REPORT AND A FULL-SCALE DEMQ UNIT,

-------
INTERACTIONS OF «£TAL IONS WITH ORGANIC  LIGANDS  IN  NATURAL  WATERS

   START/ COMPL DATE I     04/77 » 04/80  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  »  FY    77   /  $    65000
    TASK/EPA CODE |K617B-ai4    / R80S103-01   (BRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  3  BRQWN
   INVESTIGATORS |   0  F NATUSCM                  COLORADO  STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     R  K SKOGER80E                COLORADO  STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     J  G OSTERYOUNG               COLORADO  STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  04/78 -FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
         04/79 -SECOND  ANNUAL REPORT
         04/80 -FINAL REPORT
     PROJECT OBJECTIVES INCLUDE DETERMINATION OF THE IMPORTANCE OF  ORGANIC
     LIGANDS IN DETERMINING THE SOLUTION SPECIES OF METAL IONS IN NATURAL
     WATERS! IDENTIFICATION OF THE LI0AND8 OF PRIMARY  IMPORTANCE! DET
     ERMINATION OF EITHER TMERMQDYNAMIC  METAL COMPLEX  STABILITY CONSTANTS OR OF
      CONDITIONAL BINDING CONSTANTS!  AND DEVELOPMENT OF A MQDEL CAPABLE  OF
     PREDICTING THE CHEMICAL FORMS IN WHICH A METAL EXISTS  IN  A NATURAL  WATER,
      EMPHASIS is PLACED ON DEVELOPING A PROTOCOL  FOR  ESTABLISHING META
     L-8INDING CAPACITIES AND BINDING CONSTANTS  OF NATURAL  WATERS,  TO  THIS END,
      BOTH EXISTING AND NSW METHODOLOGY  IS PROPOSED FOR EXTENSIVE INVESTIGAT

-------
NEW APPROACHES TO QUANTITATING THE PULMONARY EFFECTS OF  INHALED
POLLUTANTS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 • 06/80 I  FUNDING I  E3T, - FY    77   /  S  174800
    TASK/EPA CODE IH601C-7269   / RSOSUa      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I M  T  WAGNER
   INVESTIGATORS t   p  A BROMBERG                 UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
                     R  L PIMMEL                   UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
                     M    FRIEDMAN                 UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
                     Y    JEONG                    UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
                     S    KAUFMAN                  UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
                     D    WINTER                   UNIV,  OF NORTH CAROLINA
   MILEl  07/77 -ACQUIRE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES,  CALIBRATE AND  INITIATES BA3ELIN
         07/78 -INITIATE MECHANICS,  MICROVASCULAR INJURY,  MUCOCILIARY  CLEARANCE
         07/79 -COMPLETE ABOVE AND INITIATE  VENTILATORY  CONTROL  AND ASTHMA  STUO
      
-------
THE IMPORTANCE AND FUNCTIONS OF ALLUVIAL VALLEY  FLOORS

   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77 • 02/80 I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $   110000
    TASK/EPA CODE 186238.517    / P805185-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  F  MARTIN
   INVESTIGATORS i   p  A RECHARD                  UNIV,  OF  WYOMING
   MILEI 06/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         07/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
         03/78 -AWARD CONTINUATION
         02/80 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THERE ARE BASICALLY FIVE OBJECTIVES FOR  THE STUDYl  (J) TO DEFINE  THE
     MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE HYDROLOGY  OF  THE ALLUVIAL SYSTEM,  (2)  TO I
     NVFSTIGATE THE STRATIGSAPHIC RELATIONSHIP OF THE  STREAM  DEPOSITS, (3) TO I
     DENTIFY THE SOIL TYPES REPRESENTED, («)  TO  DETERMINE REPRODUCEVITY OF THE
     NATIVE PLANT COMMUNITY, AND (5)  TO PROVIDE  INFORMATION RELEVANT FOR STATE
     AND FEDERAL REGULATORY AGENCIES, IT 18 INTENDED THAT THIS STUDY DELINEATE
     THE PROBLEMS, MiNEABILITY, TREATABILITY,  ETC. OF  POTENTIAL ALLUVIAL VALLEY
     MINE SITES, THIS EFFORT IS TO DEFINE  THE  CRITICALLY  IMPORTANT  PHYSICAL
     FEATURES OF ALLUVIAL VALLEYS WHICH HAVE  MAJOR IMPACTS  TO THE  HYDRQLHGIC
     CYCLE." AFTER AN EXTENSIVE LITERATURE  REVIEW, THREE  SITES IN MONTANA AND
     WYOMING WILL BE SELECTED FOR FIELD STUDY,

-------
DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM TO SHOW LANDOWNERS  AND  MUNICIPALITIES  ACCEPTABLE
SYSTEMS FOP. APPLYING SLUDGE ON LAND
   START/ COMPL DATE I     08/77 -  08/60  f  FUNDING  I  EST.  - FY    77   /  S   195681
    TASK/EPA  CO°E IC6118.7061    /  S80§189«01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER  i G  K  DOTSON
   INVESTIGATORS |    V  V HAMRARIAN                FARM  BUREAU  DEVELOPMENT  CORP.
                     V  V HAMPARIAN                OHIO  STATE UNIVERSITY
                     J  K HILL                      FARM  BUREAU  DEVELOPMENT  CORP,
                     N    MUSSELMAN                FARM  BUREAU  DEVELOPMENT  CORP.
                     C  R DORN                      OHIO  STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  09/77  -GRANT AWARD
         0^/60  -PROJECT  COMPLETED
         02/81  -FINAL REPORT  PUBLISHED
     THE  OBJECTIVE  IS TO DEMONSTRATE  SAFE  BENEFICIAL USE  OF  WASTEWATER  SLUDGE
     AS  A  SOIL  AMENDMENT 0* AGRICULTURAL  LAND,  INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS  T
     0  PERMIT OBJECTIVE  EVALUATIONS AMD DECISIONS  BY BOTH RURAL  AND URBAN  RESID
     ENTS  WILL  8E DEMONSTRATED.  THE EFFECT  OF  PROPER APPLICATION  AND  MANAGEMENT
     OF  A  LAND  APPLICATION OF  SLUDGE ON  PUBLIC  HEALTH  AND THE ENVIRONMENT
     WILL  BE DETERMINED,  FOUR  COMMUNITIES  IN  OHIO  THAT  ALREADY DISPOSE  OF
     SLUDGE BY  SPREADING IT  ON  FARM  LAND  WILL  SUPPLY SLUDGE FOR  APPLICATION  T
     o  SELECTED  FARMS IN A  CAREFULLY  PLANNED  AND MANAGED  SYSTEM,  IN ADDITION  TO
     SLUDGE APPLICATION ON FIELDS,  SLUDGE  WILL  BE APPLIED TO  CAREFULLY
     SELECTED PLOTS  FOR  MEASUREMENT OF ITS  EFFECT  ON YIELD AND COMPOSITION OF
     CROP,  COMPOSITION  SOIL*  AND CONSUMPTION  OF  GROUND  AND SURFACE  WATER.  AN
     EPIDEM10LOGICAL STUDY  OF  LIVESTOCK AND PEOPLE WHO  COME  IN CONTACT  WITH
     SLUDGES WILL MEASURE THE  HEALTH  EFFECTS  OF  SLUDGE  SPREADING,

-------
CHRONIC BIOASSAYS WITH DAPHNID8 AS A TOOL FQR PREDICTING THE TOXICITY  OF
 COMPLEX INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT TO THE BIOTA OF A RECEIVING 3TRE
   START/ COMPL DATE I    07/77 - 07/78 I FUNDING I  E3T, • FY   77  /  S   21065
    TASK/EPA CODE IN608A.089    / R805193«01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          I
   PROJECT OFFICER I W 8  HORNING
   INVESTIGATORS |   R W WINNER                   MIAMI UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 06/78 -CREATE A MODEL FOR USING DAPHNIA BIQA3SAY8 TO PREDICT  THE IMPAC
         06/79 -TEST RELIABILITY OF MODEL AND COMPLETE A FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! TO DETERMINE WHETHER CHRONIC EFFLUENT BIOASSAYS WITH  DAPHN1D3
     CAN BE USED TO DETERMINE HOW MUCH THAT EFFLUENT MUST BE DILUTED BEFORE
     IT WILL NOT HAVE AN UNACCEPTABLE EFFECT ON THE  BIOTA OF THE RECEIVING S
     TREAM. APPROACHI FIVE-WEEK BIOASSAYS WILL BE CONDUCTED WITH DILUTIONS OF A
      COMPLEX INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT USING DAPHNIA MAGNA  AND D, PARVULA.  THESE
      WILL BE COMPARED TO CHRONIC BIOASSAYS RUN IN UNDILUTED STREAM WATER
     COLLECTED FROM STATION? DOWNSTREAM FROM THE POINT OF EFFLUENT DISCHARG
     E. BOTH KINDS OF BIOASSAYS WILL BE COMPARED TO  MACRQINVERTEBRATE, FISH AND
      PERJPHYTIC COMMUNITIES AT DOWNSTREAM STATIONS  IN THE RECEIVING
     WATERS. TOXICANT CONCENTRATIONS AT THE SAMPLING STATIONS WILL BE  COMPARED
     TO EFFLUENT DILUTIONS CAUSING NO ADVERSE EFFECT ON 8IOASSAY TEST  ORGAN
     I|MS TO DETERMINE WHITHER THE BIOASSAYS CAN PREDICT WHERE THE STREAM BIOTA
     WILL HAVE RECOVERED FROM THE EFFLUENT STRESS.

-------
805194

Permeabilities, diffusivities and solubilities of major hydro-
carbon pollutants and of oxygen in a variety of polymeric materials
will be measured as functions of temperature, pressure, and pollutant
concentration.  The results of these measurements will be used to
design interfaces for source monitoring of hydrocarbons, but
their utility should extend well beyond this particular application.
Potential applications include the design of hydrocarbon permeation
tubes for calibrating ambient hydrocarbon analyzers, and the
evaluation of plastic bag materials for storing grab samples to
be analyzed for hydrocarbon concentrations.

Marbranes will be sought which are either selectively permeable
or impermeable to oxygen, with the object of reducing or eli-
minating the oxygen effect in flame ionization detection.

A portable interface-analyzer system for continuous unattended
monitoring of hydrocarbon emissions will be designed, assembled,
and field tested in a variety of source enviornments.

-------
GENETIC VARIATION AND RESISTANCE TO CARCINOGENS IN NATURAL WATERS

   START/ COMPL DATE |    06/77 • 06/80 I  FUNDING J E8T,  » FY   77  / S   40000
    TASK/EPA CODE l96a5F»l-02   / R805195-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I N L  RICHARDS
   INVESTIGATORS |   R J SCHULT2                  UNIV, OF CONNECTICUT
   MILE*  01/78 -COMPLETE TQXICITY TESTS*  BEGIN CARCINOGEN EXPOSURE
         06/79 -PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF  CARCINOGEN METHODOLOGY
         06/80 -EVALUATION OF METHOD FOR  CARCINOGEN 8IQA88AY
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS 8RANT S3 TO EVALUATE THE FEASIBILITY  OF USING
     ISOGENIC FISH TO DETECT CARCINOGENS,  THE  VALIDATED BIOASSAY SYSTEM
     WOULD BE USED TO TEST THE CARCINOGENIC  PROPERTIES  OF COMPOUNDS FROM
     PETROLEUM AND SHALE OIL.

-------
CMtOftZNATION OF PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES  AND  CANCER
                                  10/77  I  FUNDINC  I EST. - FY
                                  R805198«01   (8P.ANT)   PRIOR
FY
  77  / §
33602
    1
                                                                UNIVERSITY
                                                                UNIVERSITY
                                                                UNIVERSITY
START/ CQMPL DATE I    10/76 •
 TASK/CPA CODE tD6ia8 046    /
PROJECT OFFICER I I J  MCCABE
INVESTIGATORS i   c w KRUSE                    JOHNS HOPKINS
                  6 w CQMSTOCK                 JOHNS HOPKINS
                  J A TONASCIA                 JOHNS HQPKIN3
MILEI oa/78 «REPQRT
  THE OBJECTIVE IS TO CONFIRM OR DISPROVE THE SUGGESTED ASSOCIATION BETWEEN
  VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS PRODUCED BY THE CHLORINATION OF DRINKING WATER
  AND CANCER RISK, THIS HYPOTHESIS WILL BE TESTED IN A POPULATIQN.BASfD ST
  UDY CARRIED OUT IN THE TRAINING CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH IN WA8HI
  NGTON COUNTY, MARYLAND, THE APPROACH IS TO PARTITION THE POPULATION INTO T
  HOSE DRINKING CHLORINATED WATER AND THOSE NOT DRINKING CHLORINATED WATER A
  NO COMPARING CANCER MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY EXPERIENCES. THE STUDY WILL FO
  CU3 ON CHLOROFORM AND SEVERAL SITE-SPECIFIC NEOPLASMS, LIVER AND KIDNEY IN
   PARTICULAR, THE UNIQUE CENSUS DATA AVAILABLE PERMITS ADJUSTMENTS
  FOR CONFOUNDING VARIABLES SUCH AS SEX, AGE, MARITAL STATUS,  EDUCATION,
  HOUSING, CIGARETTE SMO
-------
REMOVAL OF CONTAMINANTS FROM DRINKING WATER BY  REVERSE  OSMOSIS
   START/ COMPl DATE I     08/77 '
    TASK/EPA CODE IC614 -7170   ,
   PROJECT OFFICER I T     SQR6
   INVESTIGATORS i   w  D DARBY
                     V  B PICKETT
                     P  L CULLER
                               08/79 t  FUNDING I  EST,  « FY   77
                               R805207      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY
233950
     1
                                               CHARLOTTE HARBOR WATER ASSN,
                                               CHARLOTTE HARBOR WATER ASSN,
                                               CHARLOTTE HARBOR WATER ASSN.
MILEI oi/78 -REVERSE OSMOSIS EQUIPMENT INSTALLED
      07/78 -STUDIES ON INORGANIC CONTAMINANT REMOVAL WITH DEEP WELL WATER C
      tJ/78 "REPORT COMPLETED ON DEEP WELL WATER STUDIES
      01/79 -STUDIES ON INORGANIC AND ORGANIC CONTAMINANT REMOVAL WITH SHALL
      08/79 -FINAL REPORT COMPLETED
  THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS RESEARCH PROJECT ARE TWQf (1) EVALUATE THE
  EFFECTIVENESS OF LOW AND HIGH PRESSURE REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEMS TO REMOVE
  ARSENIC*  BARIUM, CADMIUM,  CHROMIUM, LEAD?  MERCURY,  SELENIUM,  SILVER* F
  LUQRIDEf  AND NITRATE FROM GROUND WATER? (2i DETERMINE THE ENERGY AND OTHER
   OPERATING COSTS OF EACH SYSTEMf AND (3) EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF
   THE TWO SYSTEMS TO REMOVE ORGANIC PRECURSOR MATERIAL THAT FORMS
  TRIHALOMETHANES WHEN CHLORINATED, TWO FULL SCALE REVERSE OSMOSIS UNITS
  EACH PRODUCING ABOUT 40,000 GALLONS OF WATER PER PAY WILL BE  SET UP IN
  PARALLEL OPERATION, RAW WATER FROM DEEP WELLS (1400*1900 IDS) AND SHALLOW
  WELLS (600-1000 TOS AND HIGHLY COLORED) WILL BE SPIKED WITH THE
  SPECIFIC CANTAMINANT3 AND THE RAW, REJECT, AND PRODUCT WATER  SAMPLED TO
  DETERMINE REMOVAL EFFICIENCIES. OPERATING  COST RECORDS WILL BE ALSO
  MAINTAINED ON BOTH UNITS.

-------
IMPROVED SCORING OF CHEMICAL  TRANSFORMATION OF C3H/10TJ/2 CCUUS

   START/  COMPL  DATE  I     JO/77  -  09/80  I FUNDING  I EST. - FY   77  / S  270000
    TASK/EPA  CODE IH625F-7153   /  R805208      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           \
   PROJECT  OFFICER  |  M  D   WATERS
   INVESTIGATORS |    C    HEIDELBERGER              UNIV, OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                     S    MQNDAL                    UNIV, OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                     R  F  BAKfR                     UNIV, OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
   MIUEl 08/77 -PROJECT TO 8E FUNDED
     WE  PLAN  TO  IMPROVE THE QUANTITATIVE QNCOGENIC  TRANSFORMATION  BY  CHEMICAL
     CARCINOGENS AND  8CORE FOR TRANSFORMATION  AT EARLIER TIMES  SO  THAT  THE
     SYSTEM CAN  BE  USEFUL  AS  A RAPID PRE-SCREEN FOR ENVIRONMENTAL  POLLUTI
     ON. INDIVIDUAL COMPOUNDS* AS  WELL AS MIXTURES, WILL BE STUDIED,  THE USE OF
      SINGLE  CELLS  IN INDIVIDUAL DISHES  AS THE BASIC  SYSTEM WILL BE
     IMPROVED, AND  THE  INHIBITORY  INFLUENCE OF CELL DENSITY ON  TRANSFORMATION
      FREQUENCY  WILL  BE ACCURATELY  OUANTITATED, TRANSFORMED C5H/10T1/2  CELLS
     HAVE  A DIFFERENT MORPHOLOGY IN THE  SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE. THIS
     PROPERTY WILL  BE USED TO DEVELOP  AN ALTERNATIVE  ASSAY FOR  TRANSFORMATION
     AND TO DETERMINE AT  WHAT TIME  AFTER CARCINOGEN TREATMENT CELLS BECOME
     TRANSFORMED,

-------
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS • EFFECTS ON TUMOR GROWTH AND IMMUNITY
   START/ COMPL DATE i     07/77 - 07/eo i  FUNDING i  EST^  • FY   77  / s  ios«75
    TASK/EPA CODE iD607A-o27    / RBOSSIO      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          i
   PROJECT OFFICER I P     HEFFERNAN
   INVESTIGATORS t   I  D KOLLER                   OREGON  STATE HIGHER EDUCi 8Y8
                     N  I KERKVLIET                OREGON  STATE HIGHER EDUC, SYS
   MILEi  09/77 -PROJECT BEGAN
         03/79 -EFFECTS OF CD ON TUMOR GROWTH I IMMUNITY  COMPLETE
         09/80 -EFFECTS OF AS ON TUMOR GROWTH & IMMUNITY  COMPLETE
     TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF CADMIUM AND ARSENIC ON THE IMMUNE RESPONSE OF
     ANJMAU8 TO A GROWING TUMOR AND TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF CONTAMJNA
     NT-INDUCED IMMUNE  ALTERATION ON THE INCIDENCE AND GROWTH RATE OF TUMORS IN
     INTOXICATED ANIMALS. SEVERAL PARAMETERS OF IMMUNITY  WILL BE ASSESSEDi  IN
     CLUDING LYMPHOCYTE-MEDIATED CYTDTQXICITY,  LYMPHOKINE PRODUCTION, AND SERUM
     BLOCKING ACTIVITY, IN ORDER TO DETERMINE THE SITE OP ACTION OF THE
     CONTAMINANT ON  IMMUNE RESPONSES TO TUMQR GROWTH,

-------
MANUAL OF WATER WELL MAINTENANCE  AND  REHABILITATION  TECHNOLOGY

   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77  • 06/79  I  FUNDING  I  E3T,  •  FY    77   /  S    918«8
    TA8K/EPA  CODE  IL609B-18      / R805211-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER  I M  R   SCALF
   INVESTIGATORS |    J  H  LEHR                      NATL.  WATER  WELL  ASSOCIATION
                     H    HEIS8                     NATL,  WATER  WELL  ASSOCIATION
   MILEI  or/79  -MANUAL  OF WATER  WELL  MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION
     OBJECTIVE8I  TO  DEVELOPMENT  OF A  MANUAL  ON  WATER WELL REHABILITATION  AND  M
     AINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY THAT  WOULD DESCRIBE  IN  DETAIL  THE FACTORS  THAT WOULD
      AFFECT  WELL PROBLEMS AND THE TECHNOLOGY  AND  METHODOLOGY  OF WELL
     SERVICING. APPROACH! A) SURVEY OF LITERATURE  RELATING  TO  WATER WELL  AND
      PETROLEUM AND  GAS WELL TECHNOLOGY,  B)  SURVEY NWWA  MEMBERSHIP  FOR WELL
      MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATIVE  METHODS COMMONLY  USED  AND
     HIGHLIGHT  INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY, c)  EVALUATE  PROCEDURES USED BY  COMPANIES
      WHO SPECIALIZE IN WELL MAINTENANCE  AND REHABILITATION, D)  EVALUATE  M
     ETHODS USED BY  PETROLEUM  INDUSTRY TO  DETERMINE  APPLICABILITY TO  WATER WELL
     INDUSTRY,  E) FIELD TESTING  OF NEW METHODOLOGIES AND  EQUIPMENT  TO  INSURE
     VALIDITY OF PERFORMANCE CLAIMS,

-------
A COMPARATIVE SELECTIVITY STUDY OF THE NITROGEN OXIDE ELECTRODE AND THE
SOLID STATE NITRATE ELECTRODE FOR DETERMINATION OF NITRATE
   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/77 • 05/79 t  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / S   47880
    TASK/EPA CODE IA612A-02     / RS05212-OJ   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I M     GALES
   INVESTIGATORS i   R  F WILSON                   TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
   MILE!  07/78 -COMPLETE EVAL, OF NITROGEN OXIDE AND SOLID STATE NITRATE ELECTR
         12/78 -COMPLETE ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLE ANALYSIS
         12/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROPOSED STUDY IS TO EVALUATE THE SfL
     ECTIVITY OF THE NITROGEN OXIDE A*D THE NITRATE  ION SELECTIVE ELECTRODES BY
     INVESTIGATING POTENTIAL INTERFERENCES OF OTHER  IONS, THE DATA AND PERCENTA
     GE EFFICIENCY OBTAINED USING THE NITROGEN OXIDE SELECTIVE ELECTRODE,  AFTER
      A CADMIUM REDUCTION OF NITRATE TO NITRITE, WILL BE  COMPARED WITH THOSE
     OBTAINED USING THE NITRATE ION SELECTIVE ELECTRODE FOR WATER AND WASTE «
     ATER SAMPLES, UPON COMPLETION OF THE  COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EXPERIMENTAL
     VARIABLES THAT AFFECT THE ELECTRODES, A  METHOD  FOR THE DETERMINATION OF
     NITRATE USING THE  ELECTRODE THAT GIVES THE BEST ACCURACY WILL BE PROPOSED
      AND ITS VALIDITY  TESTED ON WATER'AND WASTE WATER SAMPLES, THE SUCCESSFUL
      COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT SHOULD PROVIDE A RESERVOIR OF USEFUL DATA
     ON THE QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF  NITRATE NITROGEN VALUES,

-------
A COMPARATIVE SELECTIVITY STUDY Of THE NITROGEN  OXIDE  ELECTRODE  AND  TMC
SOLID STATE NITRATE ELECTRODE FOR DETERMINATION  Of  NITRATE                 ,.Oftn
   START/ COMPL DATE I     10/77 - 10/79 I  FUNDING I E3T,  -  FY    77   /  S    26000
    TASK/EPA CODE IA625C-20     / R805212«01   (BRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /          »
   PROJECT OFFICER I M  E  GALES
   IMVE8TIGATOR3 I   R  F WIU30N                   TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY IS TO EVALUATE  THE NITRATE ELECTRODES AND
     OPTIMIZE CONDITION FOR THE ANALYSIS OF NITRATE IN A  VARIETY OF WATER AND
     WASTE WATER SAMPLES. THE COMPLETION OF THIS RESEARCH SHOULD PROVIDE EPA
     WITH A SELECTIVE,  EFFICIENT AND ECONOMICAL  METHOD FOR  THE QUANTITATIVE
      DETERMINATION OP  NITRATE.

-------
CROSS TRANSMISSION OF GIARDIA

   START/ COMPL DATE I    02/77 - 01/78 8  FUNDING I  EST, « FY   77/8   29300
    TASK/EPA CODE ID614B-037    / R80521S-01  (SRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER 8 T H  ERICK8EN
   INVESTIGATORS §   c P HIBLER                   COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
                     R B DAVIES                   COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  05/78 «R£PORT
     IN SEVERAL INSTANCES THE SOURCE OF ACUTE GIARDIQSI8 IN MAN HAS BEEN TRACED
      TO  WATER SUPPLIES* BUT THE SOURCE OF THE WATER CONTAMINATIONS IS
     RARELV DISCOVERED,, WILD OR DOMESTIC ANIMALS OFTEN HAVE BEEN SUSPECTED OF
     CONTAMINATING THE WATER. GIARDIA HAS  BEEN FOUND IN SEVERAL FREE-RANGING MA
     MMAL8 BUT IT IS NOT KNOWN IF THESE WILL CAUSE INFECTION IN MAN, THEREFORE^
     ISOLATES OF HUMAN GIARDIA LAMflLIA WILL BE GIVEN TO AS MANY SPECIES OF
      WILD AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS A8 POSSIBLE (AT LEAST  22 SPECIES AND POSS
     I8LY AS MANY AS 33). ADDITIONAL CROSS TRANSMISSION STUDIES WILL BE DONE BY
      INFECTING AS MANY OF' THE 33 SPECIES  AS POSSIBLE  WITH GIARDIA
     RECOVERED FRQM ANY FREE-RANGING OR DOMESTIC ANIMAL, AS HUMAN GIARDIA WILL
     INFEST DOGS? SPECIFIC PATHOGEN FREE (SPF) BEAGLE  PUPPIES WILL BE USED
     TO SCREEN ALL POSITIVE SPECIES, IF THE PUPPIES  BECOME POSITIVE FOR GIAR
     DIA* IT WILL BE ASSUMED THAT ANIMAL GIARDIA WILL  INFECT HUMANS, SUBSEQUENT
     PROOF (HUMAN INFECTIONS) MUST BE UNDERTAKEN BY  A  MEDICAL SCHOOL OR
     THE  NATIONAL CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL OR THE  ENVIRONMENTAL PRQTECTIQ

-------
WET/DRV COOUINO TOWER TEST  MODULE  PROGRAM

   START/  COMPL DATE  I     08/77  -  07/78  I  FUNDING  I EST. • FY   77  / S   100000
    TASK/EPA  CODE |F62*»A.O«3     /  P805220      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /           t
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  T  G   BRNA
   INVESTIGATORS  |    N  C  MARTIN                    SOUTHERN CALIF, EDISON  COMPAN
                     T  P  FITZPATRICK               SOUTHERN CALIF, EDISON  CQMPAN
   MILEl 09/77  -COMPLETION  OF CONSTRUCTION  OF  COOLING  TOWER TEST MODULE
        10/77  -START OF  COOLING TOWER TEST  PROGRAM
        10/78  -COMPLETION  OF COOLING TOWER  TEST PROGRAM
        04/79  -PUBLICATION OF FINAL REPORT  FOR WET/DRY COOLING TEST  MODULE  PRO
    OBJECTIVESI  IN THIS  MULTI-SPONSORED PROJECT*  THE  PROGRAM OBJECTIVES  AREI
    A.' TO DETERMINE  THE  WATER CONSERVATION  AND OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS  OF
      THE  WET/DRY COOLING TOWER  TEST MODULE  IN AN  ELECTRICAL POWER
    PLANT SITUATION, AND B, TO  DEVELOP  AND  CONFIRM A  MATHEMATICAL MODEL  FOR A
    CCURATELY  DESCRIBING AND PREDICTING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WET/DRY COOLING
    SYSTEM,  APPRQACHI  A  FULL-SIZE WET/DRY  COOLING TO«ER CELL WILL BE INST
    ALLED AND  TESTED AT  A  PLANT SITE OVER  A ONE-YEAR  PERIOD, TEST DATA WILL BE
      USED TO CONFIRM THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL.  OUTPUTSl  TEST MODULE* COOLING  8
    YSTEM AND  AMBIENT  DATA WILL BE COLLECTED  DURING THE TESTING PHASE WHICH IS
    SCHEDULED  FOR COMPLETION IN OCTOBER 1978, THESE DATA WILL BE I
    NCLUDED  IN THE COMPREHENSIVE  REPORT FOR THE TEST  PROGRAM, THE REPORT TO BE
    COMPLETED  IN APRIL  1979.

-------
DEVELOP TAPERED ELEMENT OSCILLATING MICRO BALANCE (TEOM)  FOR  AMBIENT
MASS MEASUREMENT
   START/ CQMPL DATE |     08/77 - 08/80 I FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  /  $   19040
    TASK/EPA CODE IG7J2B-BE-47  / 9805232-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER t C     LEWIS
   INVESTIGATORS i   H    PATASHNICK               DUDLEY  OBSERVATORY
                     G    RUPPRECHT                DUDLEY  OBSERVATORY
   MILE» 06/77 -PHOTOTYPE COMPLETED
     OBJECTIVESI TO DEVELOP AN INSTRUMENT FOR REAL-TIME MEASUREMENT OF AMBIENT
     AEROSOL MASS ASSOCIATED WITH RESPIRABLE  AEROSOL PARTICLES.  APPROACH!  A
     NEWLY DEVELOPED DEVICE • TAPERED ELEMENT OSCILLATING MICROBALANCE (TEOM)  «
      SIMILAR TO A CLASSICAL QUARTZ CRYSTAL MICROBALANCE* BUT WITHOUT  MANY OF
     THE LATTER'S PROBLEMS, WILL BE MATED TO  A DICHQTOMQUS VIRTUAL IMPACTOR,
     THE IMPACTOR SEGREGATES PARTICLES WHOSE  AERODYNAMIC  DIAMETER IS
     LESS THAN 3,5 MICRONS, AND WHOSE ACCUMULATED MASS IS SUBSEQUENTLY ME
     A8URED WITH THE TEOM. CURRENT PLANS/PROGRESS* WORK IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN SY
     AUGUST 1977. DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF WQRK A TEOM ESPECIALLY SUITED TO
     INCORPORATION IN A DICHOTOMOUS IMPACTOR  WILL BE DEVELOPED,  A COMPLETED
      TEOM.IMPACTOR SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO BE  AVAILABLE AND LABORATORY
     TESTED BY THE END  OF THE SECOND YEAR,

-------
   NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTROL or HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SPILUB

START/ COMPL DATE i    03/77 • oa/76 i FUNDING i EST, • FY   77  / $   25000
 TA8K/EPA CODE IB610A.491    / R805223-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 /          1
PROJECT OFFICER I I    WILDER
INVESTIGATORS |   D   USHER                    HAZARDOUS MTU, CONT, RES. INS
                  M   SHAVE'                    HAZARDOUS MTL, CONT, RES. 1N3
MILEl 03/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
      03/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR PROJECT
      04/78 -HOLD 1978 NATIONAL HAZARDOUS SPILLS CONFERENCE
  A CONFERENCE WILL BE CONVENED IN MARCH 1978 ON CONTROL AND PREVENTION OF
  HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SPILLS, THE TOPICS TO BE PRESENTED INCLUDE? LEGISLATION
   AND REGULATIONS!  CLEAM-UP SYSTEMS? INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS? CONTINGENCY
   PLANNING?  PREVENTION? GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS? PERSONNEL SAFETY?
   SPILL  RETRIEVAL DATA  SYSTEMS? ULTIMATE DISPOSAL? DETE
  CTION.MQNITORING-REPQRTING? RESPONSE CAPABILITIES? RISK ANALYSIS? CASE HIS
  TORIES?  EFFECTS AND IMPACTS? SPILL MOVEMENT? RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT? AND
  TRAINING,

-------
"THIRTY-THREE TONS PER ACRE,"  A  23 MINUTE*  16MM  SOUND  FILM  IN  COLOR

   START/ CQMPL DATE I    05/77  • 07/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /  $    52007
    TASK/EPA CODE JL617A.03     / R805226      (GRANTi   PRIOR   FY    /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I A S  HORNSBY
   INVESTIGATORS i   R   MORGAN                    UNKNOWN INST,  OR  INDIV.  GRANT
   MILEl  08/78 -FILM MASTER
     "THIRTY-THREE TONS PER ACRE," IS AN INSTRUCTIONAL FILM FOR  FARMERS  AND
     IRRI8ATQRS ABOUT TQP3QIL  EROSION ON IRRIGATED FARMLAND,  THE  PURPOSE OF
     THE  FILM IS TO PROMOTE THE  USE OF IRRIGATION  METHODS AND  CULTURAL PRACT
     ICES THAT ARE EFFECTIVE IN  CONTROLLING FURROW EROSION  AND THE  POLLUTION  OF
      RECEIVING STREAMS, THE FILM IS TWENTY.THREE  MINUTES LONG AND  IN  COLOR
      WITH SOUND, THE WORKING  TITLE, THIRTY-THREE  TONS PER  ACRE,  IS A
     REFERENCE TO THE AMOUNT OF  SEDIMENT ERODED  FROM A SINGLE  FIELD SHOWN IN
     THE  FILM DURINS THE COURSE  OF ONE IRRIGATING  SEASON, THE  PRIMARY  TARGET
     AUDIENCE TO WHICH THE FILM  is DIRECTED is MADE  UP OF FARMERS,  IRRIGATORS,
     IRRIGATION DISTRICTS, CANAL COMPANIES, AND  AGRI-BUSINESS  INTERESTS,
      A SECONDARY TARGET AUDIENCE IS COMPOSED OF REPRESENTATIVES OF GOVERNM
     6NTS, PRIVATE AND PUBLIC  FINANCIAL  INSTITUTIONS,  AND AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
     AND  DESIGN CONCERNS, THE  FILM HAS FOUR MAJOR  OBJECTIVESl  1)  TO INFORM
     THE  TARGET AUDIENCE OF THE  MAGNITUDE  AND SIGNIFICANCE  OF  TOPSOlL  LOSS AND
     RECEIVING STREAM POLLUTION  DUE TO SURFACE IRRIGATION,  2)  TO DEMON
     STRATE INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL LOSS RESULTING  FROM IRRIGATION RELATED TQPSOIL
     EROSION, 3) TO STIMULATE  FARMERS AND  IRRIGATORS TO USE AVAILABLE
     TECHNOLOGY TO ESTABLISH EROSION CONTROL IRRIGATION PROGRAMS, 
-------
    DIOXIDE OXIDATION IN SCRUBBER SYSTEMS

START/ COMPL DATE I    07/77 • 06/79 I  FUNDING I  E3T.  - FY    77   /  S    796U1
 TASK/EPA CODE |F62«A«0«6    / RS05227-01  (gRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
PROJECT OFFICER I R H  BORGWARDT
INVESTIGATORS |   J L HUDSON                   UNIV. OF VIRGINIA
MILEl  09/77 -CONSTRUCT REACTOR AND ASSEMBLE APPARATUS
      11/77 -LOW LEVEL CATALYST STUDIES IN FLOW REACTOR
      02/78 -BISULFITE OXIDATION IN BATCH REACTOR
      06/78 -BISULFITE OXIDATION WITH MULTIPLE CATALYSTS
      09/76 -EFFECT OF OXIDATION INHIBITORS
      10/78 -CONCENTRATION EFFECTS
      09/78 -DEVELOP MODEL FOR OXIDATION IN SLURRIES
      06/79 -VERIFY MODEL
      08/79 -FINAL REPORT
  OBJECTIVESI  1)  TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECT OF CONTROLLABLE  SYSTEM PARAMETERS
   IN  LIME/LIMESTONE SCRUBBING SYSTEMS  IN ORDER TO  SUGGEST  METHODS
  OF LIMITING  OXIDATION TO PERMIT UNSATURATED OPERATION, SYSTEM  PA
  RAMETERS INCLUDE THE CONCENTRATION AND TYPE OF  INHIBITORS AND  CATALYSTS AS
  WELL AS PHYSICAL FACTORS WHICH CONTROL MASS TRANSFER, 2)  TO INVESTIGATE
  THE  POSSIBILITY OF MAXIMIZING THE EFFICIENCY OF OXIDATION IN A HOLD TANK
  WHEN OXIDATION IS FORCED BY AERATION, FACTORS IMPORTANT MERE ARE MASS TRA
  NSFER (PARTICULARLY AS INFLUENCED BY  AIR BUBBLE SIZE AND  CONTACT TIME)  AND
   THE KINETICS OF THE OXIDATION REACTION, APPROACH! CHEMICAL KINETICS
  AND  MASS TRANSFER WILL BE STUDIED IN  BOTH CLEAR SOLUTIONS AND  SLURRIES
  USING STIRRED REACTORS AND FLOW REACTORS IN BENCH SCALE EQUIPMENT.
  THE  RESULTS  WILL BE INCORPORATED INTO A MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO  PRODUCE
  METHODS OF MINIMIZING OR MAXIMIZING OXIDATION IN  SCRUBBERS, PLAMSi  CO
  NSTRUCT REACTOR AND ASSEMBLE APPARATUS, STUDY OXIDATION OF BISULFITE AT PH
  «-fe  IN FLOW  REACTOR AND BATCH REACTOR WITH SINGLE AND MULTIPLE CATA
  LYSTS.' EVALUATE OXIDATION INHIBITORS, STUDY OXIDATION OF  SULFITE WITH HIGH
  CATALYST CONCENTRATIONS, DEVELOP MODEL FOR OXIDATION IN SLURRIES
  INCLUDING MASS TRANSFER AND KINETICS,

-------
THE USE OF ELECTROSTATICALLY CHARGED FOG FOR CONTROL  OF DUST  FROM  OPEN
SOURCES
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77 * 06/79 |  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  /  $    50000
    TASK/EPA CODE lF623A«3«     / R805228      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  C  DREHMEL
   INVESTIGATORS I   S  A HOENIG                   UNIV, OF ARIZONA
   MILEl  06/77 -GRANT AWARD
         06/76 -COMPLETE LABORATORY STUDY  OF CONTROLLING  PARAMETERS
         06/79 -COMPLETE FIELD TESTS
     OBJECTIVE! TO CONTINUE THE STUDIES OF INDUSTRIAL  DUSTS AND FUMES  AND THE
     DEVELOPMENT OF APPARATUS FOR INDUCING THESE POLLUTANTS TO AGGLOMERATE
     AND  FALLOUT, ALSO  TO INVESTIGATE THE  PHENOMENA  INVOLVED  IN DUST/FUME
      CHARGING WITH THE HOPE OF PROVIDING  SETTER DUST  CONTROL SYSTEMS.
     APPROACH! THE STUDIES WILL BE PRIMARILY EXPERIMENTAL AND WILL GENERATE THE
     APPROPRIATE DUSTS  AND FUMES UNDER CONTROLLED CONDITIONS  TO DETERMINE THE
     PARAMETERS INVOLVED IN CHARGING PHENOMENA,  UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA  WILL MAKE
      APPROPRIATE INDUSTRIAL MEASUREMENTS  AND STUDIES  TO  EVALUATE  CHARGING AND
     DUST CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN THE FACTORY ENVIRONMENT,  CURRENT STATUSI
     UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA HAS INVESTIGATED THE  CHARGING  BEHAVIOR  OF A
      VARIETY OF DUSTS  AND FUMES, MQST MATERIALS SEEM  TO  HAVE NEGATIVE
     CHARGES, AT LEAST  FOR THE RESPIRABLE  MATERIAL*  BUT THERE ARE  SOME  NOTABLE
     EXCEPTIONS* ItE.,  MAGNETITE, IT HAS BEEN DEMONSTRATED THAT THESE  DUSTS
     AND  FUMES CAN SE INDUCED TO AGGLOMERATE AND FALLOUT  WHEN EXPOSED  TO  PRO
     PERLY CHARGED WATER FOG. A NUMBER OF  INDUSTRIAL  TESTS ARE UNDERWAY  TD TEST
     PROTOTYPE FOG GENERATORS AS MECHANISMS FOR  DUST  CONTROL, UNIVERSITY  OF
     ARIZONA HAS DONE SOME PRELIMINARY WORK pN CONTROL OF POWER PLANT  FLY ASH
     AND  COAL TAR VOLATILE8 (FROM COKE OVENS), HERE  AGAIN IT  APPEARS THAT THE
     CHARGED FOG SYSTEM HAS SIGNIFICANT POTENTIAL AS  A CONTROL TECHNIQUE,

-------
ANALYSIS OF NUTRIENT  AND TOXIC  CHEMICAL FLUXfS IN GREAT LAKES SEDIMENT

   START/  COMPL  DATE  I     03/77 -  03/SO I FUNDING I 6ST, • FY   77  / S  124*53
    TASK/CPA  CODE  IN606A-009     /  R605229     (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /          t
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  M U   RICHARDSON
   INVESTIGATORS i    D M  DITORO                  MANHATTAN COLLEGE
                     J 3  JERIS                    MANHATTAN COLLEGE
                     W    MATYSTIC                 MANHATTAN COLLEGE
   MILEI os/78 -FINALIZE  QUANTITATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR MASS TRANSPORT IN SED,
        06/79 -APPLICATION OF  FRAMEWORK TO LAKE ERIE EUTROPHICATION
        12/79 -INCORPORATE TOXIC  SUBSTANCES IN MODEL
        05/80 -CONTINUE  VERIFICATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF GREAT LAKE EUTRQPHlCAT
        06/80 -PREPARE  FINAL PROJECT REPORT
    THE ANALYSIS OF  NUTRIENT AND  TOXIC CHEMICAL FLUXES IN SEDIMENT REQUIRE A
    SET OF MATHEMATICAL  EQUATIONS WHICH DESCRIBE BOTH THE MASS TR
    AN3PORT  Of THE MATERIAL VIA THE DISPERSION OF THE PORE WATERS AND THE DISS
    OLVED  SPECIES  AND THE SOLID PHASES OF THE SEDIMENT, IN ADDITION, IT is NEC
    ESSARY TO FORMULATE  AND TEST  THE PROPER CHENICAL MODELS WHICH DESCRIBE THE
    INTERACTIONS BETWEEN  THE DISSOLVED SPECIES AND SOLID PHASES, WHETHER
     THEY  BE PRECIPITATIONS/DISSOLUTIONS OR AD8QRPTIONS/DESOR
    PTIONS.  IT IS  THESE  UNDERLYING THEORETICAL PROBLEMS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
     TO GREAT LAKES  PROBLEM SETTINGS WHICH ARE THE SUBJECT OF THE PRO&0
    SED RESEARCH,  THE GENERAL  APPROACH WILL BE TO FORMULATE THE MASS TRANSPORT
     EQUATIONS TOGETHER  WITH THE  REVERSIBLE REACTIONS IN A GENERAL WAY,
    THE EQUATIONS  WILL  BE TRANSFORMED INTO A SET OF MUCH SMALLER AND SIMPLER
    EQUATIONS WHICH  DO  NOT EXPLICITLY CONTAIN THE REVERSIBLE REACTION
    KINETIC  TERMS  WHICH  CAUSE  COMPUTATIONAL DIFFICULTIES, THE TRANSFORMED
    EQUATIONS CAN  THEN  BE SOLVED  NUMERICALLY OR ANALYTICALLY IN A SIMPLE AND 8
    TRAIGHTFORWARD MANNER AND  THE CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIA CALCULATIONS CAN ALSO BE
    DONE  IN  A STRAIGHTFORWARD  MANNER USING CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM,

-------
DEVELOPMENT or IMPROVED ENUMERATION METHODS BASED ON  PHYSIOLOGICAL
STUDIES OP INDICATOR BACTERIA DEBILITATION IN NATURAL WATERS
   START/ COMPL DATI I     00/00 « 00/00 I  FUNDING S  E8T9  • FY    T7   /  S   5100©
    TA8K/EPA CODE |A612A»40     / R80$tS0»Ol  C§RANTS  PRIOR  FY   /          !
   PROJECT OFFICER I R     8QRDNER
   INVESTIGATORS |   0  6 STUART                   MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY
                     J  E SCHILLINGS!?              MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY
                     G  A MCFETIRS                 MONTANA STATE UNIVIRSITY
   MJLEJ 10/78 -PRELIMINARY REPORT
         io/79 -PINAL REPORT
     AQUATIC INJURY AND STRESS WILL BE INVESTIGATED  IN FECAL AND NON-FECAL
     E8CHERICHIA COLI9  PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF CELL  FUNCTIONS WILL BE
      PERFORMED TO DETERMINE THE MODE OF ACTION OF BACTERIAL DEBILITATI
     ON,^ THIS INFORMATION WILL; Bf USED TO  IMPROVE OR  DgVISE ENUMERATION METHODS
     FOR BACTERUt INDICATQR88 EFFORTS WILL ALSO BE  MADE  TO RELATE  DIFFERENT
     DEBILITATION POTENTIALS OF AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS  TO THUS  BIOPHYSICAL
     OR BIOCHEMICAL CAUSES,, IMPROVED BACTERIAL INDICATOR  METHODS WJLL  BE
     USED TO SHED LIGHT ON BACTERIAL COUNT COMPARISONS* BACTERIAL DIE*OFF RATES
     IN STREAMS PATHOGEN.INDICATOR CORRELATIONS* AND  MAY  LEAD  TO NEW
     PATHOGEN RECOVERY  TECHNIQUES AND STUDIES OF THE  INFECTIVITY AND
     PATH06ENICITY OF STRESSED BACTERIA,

-------
805232
    The  development and application of identification  and detection
technology  is  proposed for evaluating the genetics of baculoviruses
pesticides  for recombination and mutation.  This  is  being  accomplished
by use of restriction endonuclease fragment analysis, SDS-polyacrylamide
gel electrophoresis  and radioimmunoassay.  With such techniques  the
ability to  identify  and monitor for baculovirus-host interaction and
potential to undergo genetic change can be accomplished.

-------
ARSENIC & SELENIUM IN INDUSTRIAL & DOMESTIC  EFFLUENTS  -  APPLICABILITY OF
 THE PARR ACID DIGESTION BOMB TECHNIQUE  FOR  SAMPLE  PRETR£ATM£
   START/ COMPL DATE »     09/77 • 09/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   / S    42506
    TASK/EPA CODE IA6238-OJ     / R805237-01  (GRANT)  PRIQ*   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER J M     GALES
   INVESTIGATORS i   j  T KINARD                   BENEDICT  COLLEGE
   MILES  09/78 -EVALUATE FIVE METHODS FOR  ARSENIC  AND  SELENIUM
         06/79 -TEST SELECTED AND MODIFIED METHOD  ON INDUSTRIAL  SAMPLES
         08/79 -DRAFT FINAL REPORT
         09/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THIS RESEARCH COMPRISES A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF  A  NUMBER  OF  LEADING  METHODS
      FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ARSENIC AND SELENIUM, AND SERVES  TO  DEMONSTRATE
      THE APPLICABILITY OF EACH FOR COMPLEX  MATRICES THAT EXIST  FOR SAMPLES
     SUCH AS INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC EFFLUENTS.  BY  UTILIZING  THE  TECHNIQUES  OF
     FLAME AND FLAMELESS ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPMQTOMETRY  IT  SHOULD  BE
     POSSIBLE TO EFFECT THE APPRAISAL OF VARIOUS SAMPLE  PRETREATMENT  PROCEDURES
     INCLUDING THE PARR ACID DIGESTION BOMB  TECHNIQUE  FOR THE  DETERMINATION  OF
     TOTAL ARSENIC AND  SELENIUM IN EFFLUENTS CHARGED WITH A VARIETY OF  THEIR
     ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SPECIES, AT THE CONCLUSION  OF THIS  INVESTIGATION
     THE  MOST APPLICABLE HYDRIDE GENERATIONAL ME  ATOMIC ABSORPTION S
     PECTROPHOTOMETRIC  METHOD FOR DETERMINING ORGANIC  AND INORGANIC ARSENIC  AND
     SELENIUM IN AN INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC-EFFLUENT MATRIX  WILL  HAVE BEEN
     IDENTIFIED. IN ADDITION, THE ADVANTAGES OF  THIS METHOD AND  THE GRAPHITE FU
     RNACE METHOD, WHEN EMPLOYED FOR ROUTINE DETERMINATION  OF  TOTAL, ARSENIC  AND
     SELENIUM IN EFFLUENTS* WILL HAVE BEEN DETERMINED  AND COMPARED, ALTHOUGH
     THIS INVESTIGATION IS HIGHLY SPECIFIC*  IT ADDRESSES TH|  DETERMINATION OF
     TWO  ELEMENTS THAT  HAVE TOXICOLOGICAL  AND PERHAPS  CARCINOGENIC
     CHARACTERISTICS, AND EXIST IN FORMS THAT HAVE  ELUDED TOTAL  ANALYTICAL
     CHARACTERIZATION,

-------
  RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS AND THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF  RUNOFF
START/ COMPL DATg I    07/77 -
 TASK/EPA CODE lCbllA.7102   /
                         11/78 I  FUNDING I  £3T,  - FY
                         R805238
                                                             77  /  S
                               (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY
                             52117
                                 1
PROJECT OFFICER
INVESTIGATORS I
MILEl
07/77
09/78
      A N  TAFURI
      D F LUECKE
      T   CHI
      J   KUHNER
      S J ROBINSON
      P   ROGERS
      M   SHAPIRO
•START NEW COMMUNITY PLANNING
•SUBMIT PLANNING GUIDELINE
                                         META
                                         META
                                         META
                                         META
                                         META
                                         META
          SYSTEMS
          SYSTEMS
          SYSTEMS
          SYSTEMS
          SYSTEMS
          SYSTEMS
INCORPORATED
INCORPORATED
INCORPORATED
INCORPORATED
INCORPORATED

INCORPORATED
STUDY
  THE OBJECTIVE OF THE WORK IS THE DETERMINATION OF THE FEASIBILITY OF
  DEVELOPING SIMPLE PRODUCTION FUNCTIONS AND COST FUNCTIONS FOR CONTROL OF
  RUNOFF AND RESIDUALS ASSOCIATED WITH NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS.' THERE A
  RE SIX TASKSl 1, ESTIMATING RESIDUALS ACCUMULATION RATES AND ASSESSING THE
   RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACCUMULATION AND WASH OFF RATE. 2. IDENTIFYING
  OPTIONS FOR CONTROLLING STORM WATER QUALITY AT THE SUBDIVISION LEVEL, 3,
  EVALUATING METHODS FOR OBTAINING COST ESTIMATES (AND FUNCTIONS) FOR c
  ONTROL OPTIONS. «, EVALUATING COMMONLY USED HYDROLOGIC EVENTS AND PLANNING
  EVENTS USED IN SELECTING CONTROL OPTIONS AND SIZING CONTROL STRUCTURES,
  5. REVIEWING THE USE OF RAINFALL-RUNOFF SIMULATION MODELS AS
  DATA GENERATORS, 6, DEVELOPING AN APPROACH TO CONSTRUCTING SIMPLE
  PRODUCTION FUNCTIONS AND COST FUNCTIONS.

-------
CONTINUOUS TWIN SCREW ACID HYDROLYSIS REACTOR DEVELOPMENT AND
OPTIMIZATION FOR ONE-TON DAY WASTE CELLULOSE GLUCOSE PILOT PL
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77 » 06/60 I  FUNDING I  EST|  • FY   77  / S  213500
    TASK/EPA CODE IC624B-7043   / R8052J9-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   6S0001
   PROJECT OFFICER I C     ROGERS
   INVESTIGATORS |   W    BRENNER                  NEW  YORK UNIVERSITY
                     B    RUGG                     NEW  YORK UNIVERSITY
   MILEg 06/77 -GRANT AWARDED
         07/77 "IDENTIFY ALL PERTINENT ACID HYDROLYSIS EQUIPMENT
         09/77 "PROCUREMENT AND INSTALLATION
         06/78 -OPTIMIZATION OF OPERATING  CONDITIONS
         06/78 -PRODUCT QUALITY ANALYSIS
         09/78 "SCALE TQ 10 TPD OPERATION
         06/79 -COMPLETE SCALED UP STUDIES
         09/79 -FINAL REPORT
     SOLID WASTE IS NOW RECOGNIZED AS BOTH A MAJOR PROBLEM AND A UNDERUTILIZED
     RENEWABLE RESOURCE FOR MATERIALS AND  ENERGY RECOVERY, WHILE ACID
     HYDROLYSIS OF WASTE CELLULOSE IS POTENTIALLY VERY ATTRACTIVE BECAUSE
     CHEAP SLUCOSE WOULD BE A MOST USEFUL  INTERMEDIATE FOR CHEMICALS AND ENERGY
      PRODUCTION, TECHNICAL PROBLEM® SUCH  AS LOW GLUCOSE' YIELDS AND LONG
     REACTION TIMES HAVE PREVENTED LARGE SCALE U8ASE,  EXPERIMENTS CARRIED OUT
     OVER THE LAST TWO  YEARS AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY  HAVE  DEMONSTRATED THAT
      SELECTED PRETRgATMENT OF CELLUL08IC  WASTES FOLLOWED BY A RAPID HIGH T
     EMPERATURE ACID HYDROLYSIS CAN READILY PRODUCE  GLUCOSE YIELDS IN THE ORDER
     OF  So PER CENT BASED ON THE AVAILABLE CELLULOSE CONTENT, EXPLOR
     ATORY STUDIES HAVE ALSO BEEN PERFORMED WITH A CONTINUOUS TWIN SCREW ACID H
     YDROLYSIS REACTOR, THE RESULTS STRONGLY SUPPORT THE  TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC
     VIABILITY OF THIS  TYPE OF CONTINUOUS  REACTOR FOR  CARRYING OUT LARGE SCALE
     CONVERSION OF WASTE CELLULOSE TO GLUCOSE, A % YEAR PROGRAM OF
     EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS is HEREWITH PROPOSED  ON  THE ADDITIONAL DEVELOP
     MENT AND OPTIMIZATION OF THE CONTINUOUS TWIN SCREW ACID HYDROLYSIS REACTOR
     FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATION OF A ONE-TON/DAY WASTE
     CELLULOSE-GLUCOSE  PILOT PLANT, THIS PROGRAM ENCOMPASSESi 1) THE I0ENTIFIC
     ATION OF ALL PERTINENT ACID HYDROLYSIS EQUIPMENT* 2) PROCUREMENT AND INSTA
     LLATIQNf 1) OPTIMIZATION OF OPERATING CONDITIONS  INCLUDING WASTE CELLULOSE
      FEED PREPARATION  AND GLUCOSE RECOVERY* «i  PRODUCT QUALITY ANALYSIS*
     AND 5) DETERMINATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT WITH MAXIMUM ENERGY CO
     NVERSION, FOR MQST EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF TIME  AND MONEY, A PREVIOUSLY C
     VALUATED TWIN SCREW MACHINE WILL BE LEASED  ON AN  ANNUAL BASIS FOR THE ACID
      HYDROLYSIS REACTOR, INITIAL OPTIMIZATION WILL  BE CARRIED OUT WITH
     WASTE NEWSPAPERS,  THE EXPERIMENTAL WORK WILL BE SUPPLEMENTED BY A DETA
     ILED ECONOMIC COST ANALYSIS WITH SUBSEQUENT PROJECTIONS FOR VARIOUS
      PRODUCTION SCALE-UPS.

-------
TRfATMfNT COMPATIBILITY OF
INDUSTRIAL COMPOUNDS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     0
    TASK/EPA CODE IL610F-17
   PROJECT OFFICER I T  E  S
   INVESTIGATORS I   A  F QA
                     D  F KI
   MILEl  07/77 -START PROJE
         07/79 -COMPLETE PR
     THE  LIST or INDUSTRIAL
     HAZARDOUS TO EFFLUENT
     AND  WILL PROBABLY  GET
     DEVISE AND TEST METHOD
      COMPOUNDS ARE  COMPATI
     MUNICIPAL WASTES BY TH
     SCREEN COMPOUNDS FOR P
     FDP  EACH COMPOUND  FULL
     PLANTS WILL BE  FED SET
     CAL  PERFORMANCE IN EAC
      WILL RECEIVE VARYING
     THE  SEWAGE FEED. MANY
     TO COMPARE BIOCHEMICAL
     SYSTEM. BATCH STUDIES
     IDENTICAL CONCLUSIONS
     TJNUOUS FLOW PILOT PLA
     FACILITATED TESTING PR
     PROVIDE POSITIVE METHO
     COMPATIBILITY AND/OR P
MUNICIPAL WASTES AND BIOLOGICALLY HAZARDOUS
7/77
HQRT
UDY
NCANNQN
CT
QJECT,
 CHEMIC
QUALITY
LONGER.
OLOGY F
9LE WIT
I ACTIV
OTENTIA
Y TESTE
TLED MU
H SYSTE
CONCENT
TYPES o
 PERFOR
USING B
AS TO C
NT STUD
OCEDURE
DS FOR
RETREAT
171667
     1
07/79 I FUNDING I EST, • FY   77  / S
ReoS3«2     (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /

                OKLA, ST, UNIV,
                OKLA, ST. UNIV.

FINAL REPORT WRITTEN
ALS PRESENTLY IDENTIFIED AS POTENTIALLY
 OF MUNICIPAL TREATMENT PLANTS IS RATHER LONG
 IT IS THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS RESEARCH TO
OR DETERMINING WHETHER VARIOUS LEVELS OF SUCH
H OR INTERFERE WITH THE TREATMENT OF
ATEO SLUDGE PROCESS, ANOTHER OBJcCMVE IS TO
L INTERFERENCE AND/OR COMPATIBILITY,
D TWO LABORATORY SCALE CONTINUOUS FLOW PTLOT
NICIPAL SEWAGE. AFTER ESTABLISHING IDENTI
M ONE WILL SERVE AS A CONTROL WHILE THf OTHER
RATIONS OF THf TEST COMPOUND IN ADDITION TO
F ANALYTICAL DETERMINATIONS WILL  BE EMPLOYED
MANCE AND SLUDGE SETTLEABILITY OF EACH
GTH SLUDGES WILL BE RUN TO DETERMINE IF
OMPATIBILITY CAN BE DRAWN FROM BATCH AND CON
IES. SUCH COMPARISONS MAY LEAD TO MORE EASILY
S. THE RESULTS OF THIS INVESTIGATION WOULD
MAKING REGULATORY DECISIONS REGARDING
MENT NEEDS.

-------
 805244
The project is designed to organize and direct an International  Conference
on the Effects of Pollutants  on High Risk Groups during the  spring  of 1978
at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.  Recognized authorities in the
various areas will be invited to present their latest research concerning
the identification and quantification of individuals at high  risk to the
toxic and/or carcinogenic effects of environmental/occupational  pollutants.
The following four specific objectives will be addressed:

     1.  The biological factors which predispose individuals  to  the toxic
         and/or carcinogenic effects of pollutants.

     2.  The role of high risk groups in both environmental and  occupational
         standard setting.

     3.  The efficacy of screening tests.

     4.  Practical applications in environmental/occupational health
         policy.

-------
805245
(1) Objectives;   (a)  to remove aquatic plants from Lake Bomoseen thereby making
   the lake more attractive for water related recreation activity, and (b) to
   permanently remove excessive amounts of nutrients thereby significantly reducing
   the growth of  aquatic plants in the future and improving both the chemical and
   aesthetic properties of the lake water.
(2)  Approach:   The Town of Castleton has purchased a weed harvesting machine
   which will be used to  harvest aquatic plant growth during mid and late  summer
   months.  This application is for partial financial assistance for operating
   the machine for the first 3  years  of the  planned 5 year program.
(3) Plans/Progress:   During the summer of 1975 the Town  contracted with  a  private
   firm to harvest aquatic plant growth. The program  was a great success and the
   lake property  owners and the Vt.  Dept.  of Water Resources encouraged the Town
   to undertake a 5 year program to  reduce nutrient loading.   With the assistance of
   the Vt. Dept.  of Water Resources which will conduct water quality studies/
monitoring, the Town plans on conducting two cuttings  of the entire lake for a five
   year period.

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF A MANUAL ON ALTERNATIVE IRRIGATION  MANAGEMENT  PRACTICES
AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE CENTRAL PLAINS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 • 12/78 I  FUNDING  I EST,  -  FY   77   /  $    78382
    TASK/EPA CODE IL617A-04     / R805249-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /          I
   PROJECT OFFICER I A  L  WQOD
   INVESTIGATORS !   M  W HALL                     UNlV,  OF  NEBRASKA
   MILE! 12/78 -FINAL REPORT
     THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT IS TO PRODUCE  A  MANUAL PROVIDING
     TECHNICAL GUIDANCE ON THE BEST AVAILABLE PRACTICES  FOR CONTROLLING  NON-P
     OINT POLLUTION ASSOCIATED WITH IRRIGATION AGRICULTURE  IN THE CENTRAL PLAIN
     3," SPECIAL EMPHASIS WILL BE GIVEN TO  THE IMPACT OF  MANAGEMENT  PRACTICES ON
      SUBSURFACE POLLUTION. THE MANUAL WILL CQNSlDERl  (1) THE IMPACT OF
     CURRENT PRACTICES  IN IRRIGATION AGRICULTURE ON WATER POLLUTION* SPECIFICA
     LLY NUTRIENTS* PESTICIDES AND SEDIMENTf (%) THE EFFECTS  OF MANAGEMENT ALTE
     RNATIVES TO CURRENT PRACTICES ON THE  DISTRIBUTION OF THESE POLLUTANTSl AND
     (3) SOCIAL* LEGAL* INSTITUTIONAL* ECONOMIC AND PLANNING  C
     ON3IDE3ATIQNS IN IMPLEMENTING MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES  FOR CONTROL OF THESE
     POLLUTANTS IN IRRIGATION AGRICULTURE, INITIALLY,  THE WORK WILL INVOLVE
     GATHERING EXISTING INFORMATION ON CURRENT PRACTICES  AND  PROCEDURES  IN
     IRRIGATION AGRICULTURE IN RELATION TO NUTRIENT AND  SEDIMENT LOSS. THE
     SECOND TASK WILL BE TO DEVELOP MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES TO CURRENT
     PRACTICES DESIGNED TO OPTIMIZE THE CONTROL OF POLLUTION  FROM IRRIGA
     TION AGRICULTURE,  FOR EXAMPLE, THESE  ALTERNATIVES *IGHT  INCLUDE IRRIGATION
     SCHEDULING* WATER  ALLOCATION, FERTILIZER APPLICATION SCHEDULING,  CULTURAL
     MODIFICATIONS SUCH AS CONSERVATION TILLAGE, LAND SUITABILITY AND UNO USE
     CLASSIFICATION, AND THE ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS OF  THESE ALT
     ERNATIVES. THE THIRD PHASE OF THIS PROJECT WOULD ENCOMPASS THE DEVELOPMENT
     OF SOCIAL, LEGAL,  INSTITUTIONAL, ECONOMIC AND PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
     FOR ASSISTING IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THESE MANAGEMENT  ALTERNATIVES,

-------
CANCER CAUSING IMPLICATIONS  or  WATER  CHLORINATION

   START/ COMPL  DATE  |     01/77  -  01/78  I  FUNDING  t E3T, • FY   77  / S   88382
    TASK/EPA  CODE  lObiae.oas    /  Raosssa-oi   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY    /           t
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  L  J   MCCABE
   INVESTIGATORS  t    G    KUPCHIK                   CITY UNIVERSITY OF N£W  YORK
                     M    ALAVANJA                  CITY UNIVERSITY OF NgW  YQBK
   MILEI  07/78 -REPORT
    BASED  ON PREVIOUS  RESEARCH  WHICH  INDICATED  THAT FEMALES RESIDING IN  AREAS
    SERVICED BY CHLORINATED HATER HAD HIGHER  RISKS OF DYING OF
    GASTROINTESTINAL AND  URINARY  TRACT  CANCER THAN THEIR COUNTERPARTS RECEIVI
    NG NON CHLORINATED WATER,  IN  THI8 10  YEAR RETROSPECTIVE CASE-CONTROL STUDY
    WE WILL LOOK AT  A  LARGER POPULATION TO FURTHER EXAMINE THIS IMPLIED
    RELATIONSHIP AND TO  SEE IF GASTROINTESTINAL AND URINARY TRACT  CANCER
    MORTALITY CAN  BE RELATED TO URBAN OR  RURAL  RESIDENCE* MEAN INCOME, POP
    ULATION DENSITY, RAW  WATER QUALITY, PH AND  NITRATE CONCENTRATION AND COLOR
    OF THE FINISHED  WATER,

-------
805256
To rehabilitate Ellis Lake by applying herbicide  chemicals  to
eliminate excessive growth of hydrilla, dredging  bottom sediments
to deepen the lake and eliminate nutrients, and diverting storm
water flow from the lake and bringing in higher quality river water.

-------
805257
The objective of this project is to hold a national Agri-medical
conference the need for which has arisen from a growing concern
about the impart of pesticide regulations upon agricultural
production, environmental protection, public health and welfare,
and the involvement and interrelationships of the respective state
and federal agencies,  The primary objective of the conference
is to provide an increased awareness, understanding and communi-
cation among the public agencies concerned.

-------
SOIL AND CROP MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR TREATMENT,  UTILIZATION,  AND
DISPOSAL OF MUNICIPAL WASTE WATER AND SLUDGES
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77 • 05/79 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  / $  135050
    TASK/EPA CODE IL6UC-55     / R805270-Q1  (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I F  E  LEACH
   INVESTIGATORS I   A  E ERICK80N                 MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 06/77 -INITIATE PROJECT
         10/77 "1ST QUARTERLY REPORT
         01/78 -2ND QUARTERLY REPORT • EVALUATION OF NITRATE  MIGRATION WITH INT
         07/78 -ANNUAL  REPORT
         06/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THIS PROJECT IS THE SECOND YEAR OF A  PREVIOUSLY FUNDED PROJECT UNDER
     SECTION 108 OF PL  92-500 BY REGION V, THE OBJECTIVES AR£| 1) OPTIMIZATION
     OF INTERCROPPING SYSTEM TO STRIP NITROGEN FROM  WASTEWAT£R» 2) EVAL
     UATE THE SAFETY OF APPLYING METAL CONTAMINATED  SLUDGES TO FIELDS RECEIVING
      WASTEWATERS, AND  J) MONITORING TO DETERMINE THE  INFLUENCE OF SOIL
     PHASE ON THE ADSORPTION) OF NUTRIENTS  AND ORGANIC®,

-------
RESIDENCE TIME OF ANTHROPOGENIC  POLLUTANTS  AND  LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT

   START/ COMPL DATE  I     05/77  -  OU/78  I FUNDING  I  E3T. • FY    77   /  $   ttOOOO
    TA8K/EPA  CODE I5603A-AO-17   /  R805271-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  6     HOLZWORTH
   INVESTIGATORS |    £  R  REITER                    COLORADO STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     T    HENMI                     COLORADO STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  05/78  -PROQRE3S  REPORT
         05/79  -FINAL REPORT
     A  LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT MODEL  SUITABLE  TO  KEEP TRACK OF POLLUTANTS AT DI3TA
     NCES FROM  10 TO  THE  SECOND  POWER  TO  10  TO  THE THIRD POWER  KM DOWNSTREAM  OF
     LARGE  INDUSTRIAL  COMPLEXES IS  UNDER DEVELOPMENT, IT IS  THE  PURPOSE OF TH
     IS RF8EARCH PROPOSAL TQ  MAKE  OUR  TRANSPORT  MODEL  MORE COMPREHENSIVE AND  TO
     STUDY  VERTICAL  TRANSPORT PROCESSES  OF  POLLUTANTS. OUR OBJECTIVES IN
     THIS STUDY ARE!  1) REFINEMENT OF  THE LAGRANGIAN TRAJECTORY  MODEL*
     INCLUDING  CHEMICAL TRANSFORMATION TERMS AND IMPROVING PRECIPITATION SCA
     VENGING  TERMS  BASED  ON A CLOUD-MODELING STUDYI  (2> CLOUO«MOOELINO STUDY  TO
     INVESTIGATE THE VERTICAL TRANSPORT  OF  POLLUTANTS BY CONVECTIVE
     CLOUDS  AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF  POLLUTANTS  IN  CLOUD AIR AND  CLOUD  WATER
     DROPLETSf  5)  INCORPORATION INTO  OUR MODEL  OF POLLUTION  TRANSPORT BY
     "DPY" CONVECTION INTO THE LAYERS  ABOVE  THE  M£AN MIXING LAYER HEIGHT.'

-------
DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF HEAD-QF-HOLLOW  FILLS—A  SURFACE  MINING  &
RECLAMATION METHOD
   START/ CQMPL DATE I    07/77 - 07/80  I  FUNDING  I  EST, - FY   77   /  S    67000
    TASK/EPA CODE 186238.505    / R805272-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /           i
   PROJECT OFFICER I R C  WJLMOTH
   INVESTIGATORS »   G R IAUGHLIN                 STATE DIV, OF SURFACE  MINING
   MILEl  06/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE SUBMITTED
         07/77 -AWARD FUNDS  FOR PROJECT
         07/78 -AWARD CONTINUATION
         07/79 -AWARD CONTINUATION
         07/80 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     THE  OBJECTIVE IS TO DESIGN AND  CONSTRUCT  HEAD-QF*HQLLOW FILLS  USING
     ECONOMIC ENGINEERING CRITERIA AND  TO  DETERMINE  THE EFFECTS OF  THIS  M
     INING/RECLAMATION METHOD ON THE ENVIRONMENT.  THE  STUDY INVOLVES  MONITORING
     ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS PRIOR  TO  DISTRIBUTION, DURING DISTURBANCE* AND  A
     FTER COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION. THE  PROGRAM  WILL INVOLVE HILL-TOP  REMOVAL
      AND VALLEY FILLS, EACH OF VARYING  DESIGN.  COST ANALYSES  WILL  B£
     CONDUCTED FOR EACH FILL DESIGN, SOILS ENGINEERING PARAMETERS INCLUDING
     SETTLEMENT AND STABILITY WILL BE DETERMINED AND ANALYZED  DURING  AND AFTER
     CONSTRUCTION.

-------
VENTILATORY RESPONSES or FISH TO FLUCTUATING APPLICATIONS OF TOXICANTS
START/ COMPL DAT
 TASK/EPA CODE t
PROJECT OFFICER
INVESTIGATORS i
                   E t
      I
                       B
   MILEl  07/7
     MUCH OF
     LIFE HAS
      TOXICAN
     EFFLUENT
      D8JECTI
     LETHAL  A
     TERN OF
     COUGHING
     DETERMIN
     THE PATT
     TH£R CON
     ABOUT A
      THE CHA
     EXPOSURE
     NCLUSIQN
     EFFLUENT
     SYSTEMS.
8 -FIN
THE PU
 BEEN
T LEVE
3, STA
VE OF
MOUNT
ITS AP
T LEVE
 RATES
ED SUB
ERN OF
STANT,
MEAN L
NGE IN
 TO TH
s WILL
 OI3CH
  W
  J
  K L
  tt H
AL REP
8LISHE
DERIVE
IS, EV
Y AT C
THIS P
OF TOX
PLICAT
LS AND
. FISH
LETHAL
 APPLI
 CONTI
EVELf
 VENTI
E TOXI
 BE DP
ARGE S
 07/77 •
090    /
 HORNING
CAIRNS
DICKSON
VANDERSCH
ORT
D INFORMA
D FROH EX
EN THOUGH
DNSTANT L
RUJECT IS
ICANT ON
IOM§ A MI
 MONITOR
 WILL BE
 QUANTITY
CATION OF
NUALLY IN
OR INTROD
LATORY AC
CANT WILL
A*M ON TH
TANDARDS
                     07/78 I FUNDING I EST, • FY   77
                     R805274-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY
                                                 / S
                                        49525
                                             1
                                  ALIE
                                     VIRGINIA
                                     VIRGINIA
                                     VIRGINIA
                         POLY,
                         POLY,
                         POLY,
INST,
INST,
INST,
& ST,
I ST,
&
                                                                             U.
                                                                          U.
t 4 T * r i  iw T  w ^* f '  ' * ^ T '  '  *• '  + i w v •* T ^ •»  r ™ 4, LJ r\  1 v^
 BE  EVALUATED STATISTICALLY, CO
E  IMPLICATIONS  OF THIS DATA  FOR SETTING HASTE
AND  THE OPERATION OF BIOLOGICAL MONITORING

-------
INFLUENCE OF METALLURGICAL  & OPERATING  VARIABLES  ON  SCALING  &  CORROSION
IN WATER REUSE,  RECYCLING,  & TREATMENT  SYSTEMS  IN STEEL  PLANT
   START/ COMPL  DATE I     09/77  • 09/78 I  FUNDING I  E3T,  - FY    77   /  $    47915
    TASK/EPA CODE |F6iQC-03     / R80527S      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I N     PLAKS
   INVESTIGATORS I   6  R ST. PIERRE                OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 09/77 "START GRANT
         09/78 -COMPLETE GRANT
     OBJECTIVES  THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY  WILL  BE  TO OBTAIN  INFORMATION NE
     CESSARY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT ANQ EVALUATION OF N£W AND  IMPROVED METHODS FOR
     THF- PRACTICAL PREVENTION OF SCALING AND CORROSION IN STEELPLANT WASYfWATER
      REUSE, RECYCLING,  AND TREATMENT SYSTEMS,  APPROACH!  THE PRINCIPAL
      INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PROCESS VARIABLES,  WATER QUALITY  AND
     TEMPERATURE, SCALING AND CORROSION POTENTIALS,  A^D  PRODUCT  QUALITY  WILL BE
     SUMMARIZED. AN EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM WILL B|  CONDUCTED  TO  DETERMINE  THE N
     ECESSARY THERMOQYNAMIC, KINETIC, AND  MORPHOLOGICAL  DATA TO  ANALYZE  VARIOUS
     CONTROL METHODS, BASED ON  THESE RESULTS, SEVERAL  PROPOSED METHODS FOR THE
      CONTROL OF SCALING AND CORROSION  IN  STEELPLANT WA8TEWATER  WILL BE  TESTED
      AND EVALUATED, THE RESULTS OF  THIS STUDY  WILL  BE COMBINED  WITH THOSE OF
      OTHER RELATED EFFORTS T?  «UG6EST  PRACTICAL  PROCEDURES  FOR  PREVENTION OF
     SCALING AND CORROSION  UNDET* 
-------
RESEARCH STUDV FOR CONTINUING DOCUMENTATION  OF  PURIFYING DOMESTIC
 8V USf. OF AQUATIC PLANTS - KNOWN AS  THE  MPI  SYSTEM
   START/ COMPL  DATE  I     09/77  • 08/79  I  FUNDING  I  ESTt •  FY    77   /  S    65000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IC6UB-7056   / R805279«01   (SRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I  R  F   LEWIS
   INVESTIGATORS |   J  E  OCONNQR                  MQULTON  NIGUEL  WATER DISTRICT
                     J  E  OCONNOR                  BIOLOGICAL  WATER  PURlF.  INC,
   MILEl  07/77 -GRANT PACKAGE PROCESSED
         09/77 "GRANT AWARDED (TENTATIVE)
         06/78 -SUPPLEMENT AWARDED (TENTATIVE)
         06/79 -EXPERIMENTAL  WORK COMPLETED
         12/79 -PROJECT COMPLETION
         os/ao -FINAL REPORT  PUBLISHED
     OBJECTIVES  OF THE  PRQJECTi  1, OBTAIN  AND MONITOR  PERFORMANCE  DATA FOR A  12
      MONTH PERIOD OF A PROPERLY DESIGNED  AND WELL OPERATED BIOLOGICAL
     WATER PURIFICATION PROCESS  KNOWN AS  THE  MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE  SYSTEM  
-------
PHOSPHORUS INTERNAL. LOADING IN SHAGAWA LAKE

   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77 • 06/79 |  FUNDING I  EST,  • FY   77  / S  100000
    TASK/EPA CODE i*6o8A-oife    / RSOSSSI.OI   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          i
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  W  SCHULTS
   INVESTIGATORS «   o  E ARMSTRONG                UNIV, OF WISCONSIN
   MILEJ 06/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THIS INVESTIGATION IS TO EVALUATE THE FACTORS AND MECHANISMS CONTROLLING
     THE INTERNAL LOADING OF PHOSPHORUS IN SHAGAWA LAKE*  AND TO ASSESS TH£
     APPLICABILITY OF THE INFORMATION ON THE  RESPONSE  OF  THE LAKE TO REDUCTION
      OF EXTERNAL PHOSPHORUS LOADING TO OTHER LAKES  OF VARYING MORPHOMgTRY
      SEDIMENT COMPOSITION,

-------
EFFECTS OF CHROMIUM ft NUTRIENT POLLUTANTS  ON  NATURAL  PHYTOPLANKTON
POPULATIONS
   START/ CQMPL DATE i     07/77 - 07/79  i  FUNDING  i EST,  •  FY    77   /  $   12&989
    TASK/EPA CODE IM608C-017    / RS05282-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR   FY    /           I
   PROJECT OFFICER I D  T  S»ECHT
   INVESTIGATORS i   t  F SMALL                    OREGON  STATE HIGHER  EDUC.  SYS
   MILEI  07/79 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVES OF  THE PROPOSAL  ARE  TO STUDY  THE  RESPONSES OF  ENDEMIC
     ESTUAPINE AND NEARSHQRg PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS TO A VARIETY OF P
     OLLUTANT  ADDITIONS (EXCESS MAJOR  AND  MICRO.NUTRIENTS AND  CHROMIUM)  USING A
     SPECIAL ALGAL ASSAY TECHNIQUE PREVIOUSLY DEVELOPED BY  THE PRINCIPAL
      INVESTIGATORS. SPECIFICALLY, THE FOLLOWING  PROBLEMS WILL BE  ADD»FSSE
     D|  li  DETERMINING  FACTDRS WHICH  GOVERN GROWTH RATES, FINAL BIOMA9S  YIELDS,
     AND  SPECIES COMPOSITION OF PHYTOPLANKTQN POPULATION  ENDEMIC  TO YAQUI
     NA  BAY,  OREGON, AND ENVIRONS? 2)  RESPONSES OF THESE  ENDEMIC  POPULATIONS TO
     CHROMIUM  AND EXCESS NUTRIENT LEVELS!  3)  EFFECTS  ON PHYTOPLANKTON
     POPULATIONS FROM REDUCED ZOOPLANKTER  GRAZING  DUE TO  CHROMIUM  TOXICITYI  «)
     BIOACCUMULATION OF CHROMIUM BY  PHYTOPLANKTQN  AND ZOPLANKTONI  AND, 5) THE
     EXTENT  OF SEASONAL AND YEARLY BIOLOGICAL,  CHEMICAL,  AND  PHYSICAL
     FLUCTUATION IN YAOUINA BAY AS A  BASE  FOR COMPARISON  OF THE ABOVE  RESULTS,

-------
EFFECTS OF CHROMIUM AND NUTRIENT POLLUTANTS ON NATURAL PHYTOPLANKTON
POPULATIONS
   START/ COMPL DATE 8     07/7? • 07/79 I  FUNDING I  E3T,  - FY   77  / $   <1786«
    TASK/EPA CODE 1*627 »i07    / R80S282-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I 0  T  8PECHT
   INVESTIGATORS I   L  F SMALL                    OREGON  STATE HIGHER EDUC. 3YS
   MIlEi 07/79 "FINAL REPORT
     THIS IS ONE OF A MULTI-PART PROJECT WHOSE SUMMARY MAY BE IDENTICAL TO OT
     HERS. THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT  ARE TO STUDY THE RESPONSES  OP ENDEMIC
     ESTUARINE AND NEARSHQRE PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS TO A VARIETY OF P
     OLLUTANT ADDITIONS (EXCESS MAJOR AND  MICRO-NUTRIENTS AND CHROMIUM^ USING A
     SPECIAL ALGAL ASSAY TECHNIQUE PREVIOUSLY DEVELOPED BY THE PRINCIPAL
     INVESTIGATORS. SPECIFICALLY, THE FOLLOWING PROBLEMS  WILL BE ADDRESSED* 1)
     DETERMINING FACTORS WHICH GOVERN GROWTH RATES,  FINAL BIOMASS YIELDS,
     AND SPECIES COMPOSITION OF PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS ENDEMIC TO YAOUINA
     BAY, OREGON AND ENVIRONS* 2) RESPONSES OF THESE ENDEMIC POPULATIONS TO CH
     ROMllJM AND EXCESS  NUTRIENT LEVELS? 3) EFFECTS ON  PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS
     FROM REDUCED ZQOPLANKTQN GRAZING DUE  TO CHROMIUM  TOXICITY* 4) BIOACCUM
     ULATION OF CHROMIUM BY PHYTOPLANKTON  AND ZOQPLANKTQNJ AND §) THE EXTENT OP
     SEASONAL AND YEARLY BIOLOGICAL,  CHEMICAL* AND PHYSICAL FLUCTUATION IN
     YAQUINA BAY AS A BASS FOR COMPARISON  OF THE ABOVE RESULTS.

-------
 / 9  100000
/          1


OF FLA, 8YS,
DETERMINATION OF STATISTICAL; METHODS  TO IDENTIFY  TROPHO-OYNAMICS
INVOLVEMENT IN RECOVER*                              ar          __
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 - 07/79 I  FUNDING I  EST,  -  FY    77
    TASK/EPA  CODE |M608C«016     / R805288.01   (GRANT)  PRIOR   FV
   PROJECT OFFICER I R  C   3WARTZ
   INVESTIGATORS |   R  J  LIVINGSTON                STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  07/79 -FINAL REPORT
     OBJECTIVES! 1.  TO  EVALUATE THE USE OF TROPHD-DYNAMJC ANALYSIS  OF FOOD WEB
     RELATIONSHIPS IN DETERMINING THE RECOVERY  OF A  COASTAL ECOSYSTEM
      FOLLOWING POLLUTION ABATEMENT.  2. TO DEVELOP METHODS  OF  QUANTITATI
     VE  SAMPLING AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS  OF  FIELD COLLECTIONS WITH AN EMPHASIS
      ON  SUCCESSION^ CHANGES I* <"OPHIC RELATIONSHIPS,

-------
DEVELOPMENT & TESTING OF AN AUTOMATIC FISH TRACKING  &  MONITORING  SYSTEM
FOR THE MONTICELLQ ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH STATION,  MONTICELLQI  M
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 • 06/79 I  FUNDING «  EST,  .  FY    77   /$    8«9l3
    TASK/EPA CODE IN608A-Q91     / R805a90-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I K  E  HQKANSQN
   INVESTIGATORS i   D  B SINIFF                   UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
                     V  B KUECHLE                  UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
   MILEI  OB/?? -INITIATE FIELD MEASUREMENT OF  ELECTROMAGNETIC  RADIATION  SYSTEM
         05/78 -INITIATE BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT QF PROTOTYPE TRANSDUCERS
         08/79 -PROJECT DRAFT FINAL REPORT
     THIS PROPOSAL SPECIFIES  RESEARCH AND  DEVELOPMENT  WHICH WILL  BE CARRIED OUT
      AT  THE MQNTICELLO ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH STATION,  MQNTICELLQ*
     MINNESOTA, WHICH WILL BE DEVOTED TOWARDS  THE INSTRUMENTATION OF
     CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTAL CHANNELS WITH AUTOMATIC  DATA  RECORDING  EQUIPMENT.
     THIS RESEARSCH AND DEVELOPMENT WILL PROVIDE INSTRUMENTATION TO POSITION
     FISH IN THE CHANNELS TO  THE NEAREST 50 FEET. ADDITIONALLY,  DATA  ON
     ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENTS SUCH AS TEMPERATURE  AND OTHER  POLLUTANT  STRESS
     ES,  AS MAY BE SPECIFIED* WILL BE RECORDED SIMULTANEOUSLY  WITH THE POSITION
     OF THE FISH, POSITIONING WILL REQUIRE ATTACHMENT  OF MINIATURE RADIO TAGS
      TO  THE EXPERIMENTAL ANlMALSt SUBSEQUENT  TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE
     AUTOMATIC DATA RECORDING 3YST£M THE PROPOSAL OUTLINES  WQRK  TO EVALUATE THE
     EFFECTS OF THESE MINIATURE TRANSMITTERS  ON THE  FISH, WE PLAN TO COMPARE
     VARIOUS BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL  PARAMETERS BETWEEN CONTROL  AND
     RADIO TAGGED FISH  USING  SEVERAL ATTACHMENT PROCEDURES, IT IS IMPO
     RTANT THAT THIS WQRK BE  EXECUTED SINCE AT THE CURRENT  TIME  IT IS IMP08SIBL
     E TO COMPLETELY SEPARATE EFFECTS OF INSTRUMENTATION FROM  THE EFFECTS OF PO

-------
          OF EXTERNAL FACTORS OF TOXICITY  OF  IRON  AND  COPPER
FORMS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 - 07/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST,  •  FY    77   /
    TASK/F.PA CODE IM608A.093    / »8052«i«01   (BRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  E  PQLDOSKI
   INVESTIGATORS  i   L  L SMITH                    UNIV.  OF  MINNESOTA
                     S  J 8»ODERIUS                UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
                     I  R ADELMAN                  UNIV,  OF  MINNESOTA
   MILEI  07/78  -FINAL REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVES  Of  THE  PROPOSED  RESEARCH  ARE TO  DETERMINE  THE  TOXICITY  OF
     METALLOCYANIOE  SOLUTIONS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO  IRON  AND  COPPER
     COMPOUNDS  OF CYANIDE  AS THEY ARE  AFFECTED  BY  ENVIRONMENTAL
     PARAMETERS.  A SECOND  OBJECTIVE  IS TO  GIVE  SPECIAL ATTENTION  TO PHQTQDECQ
     ^POSITION. A THIRD OBJECTIVE WILL BE  TO  INVESTIGATE  THE  CHEMISTRY  OF
     R-CYANIDE  COMPLEX  SOLUTIONS TO  HELP EVALUATE  THE  TOXICITY OF  VARIOUS C
     R-CYANIDE  COMPLEX  FORMS, THE PLAN OF  WORK  WILL  BE DIVIDED INTO TWO  PHASESi
     THE  FIRST  WILL  BE  AN  INVESTIGATION  OF PHOTOLYSIS  REACTIONS  OF  IRON  CYANIDE
      AS  AFFECTED BY VARIOUS FACTORS!  THE  SECOND WILL  DEAL  WITH  THE
     CHEMISTRY  OF CUPROUS  AND CUPRIC CYANIDE  COMPLEXES AND  THE TOXICITY  OF  THE
     DICYANOCUPRATE  ION TO  THE FATHEAD MINNOW,  AFTER THE  EFFECT  OF  PHOTODEGENE
     RATION  is  DETERMINED  CHEMICALLY*  THE  TOXICITY OF  RESULTING  COMPONENTS  WILL
     BE  DETERMINED,  THE CHEMISTRY OF CQPPERCYANIDE COMPLEX  SOLUTIONS
     WILL BE INVESTIGATED  BY SETTING SOLUTIONS  IN  WHICH  CUPRIC OR
     CUPROUS COPPER  AND SODIUM CYANIDE ARE COMBINED, THE  RATES OF  DISS
     OCIATION AND FORMATION OF THE CUPROUS CYANIDE COMPLEX  ION AND  THE  HCN  EOUI
     LI8RIUM LEVELS  IN  SOLUTIONS OF  VARYING TOTAL  CYANIDE CONCENTRATION, OF  PH,
     AND  CYANIOE-TO-COPPER  *OLAR RATIOS  WILL  THEN  BE EXAMINED  IN  DETAIL,

-------
MOVEMENT AND FATE OF VIRUSES AND ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN GROUNDWATER
DURING THE LAND TREATMENT OF WASTEWATER
   START/ CQMPL DATE I     07/77 . 07/80 I  FUNDING f EST, • FY   77  / $  1«9557
    TASK/EPA CODE 116098-10     / R80S2«J2*iO  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  F  MCNABB
   INVESTIGATORS |   C  P 6ERBA                    BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
                     J  L MELNICK                  BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
                     S  M GOYAL                    BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
                     C  H HARD                     RICE UNIVERSITY
                     F  L ROE                      RICE UNIVERSITY
                     J  E HUDSON                   RICE UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 07/80 -FINAL REPORT
     THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO INVESTIGATE THE MOVEMENT OF VIRAL PAT
     MOGENS AND ORGANIC POLLUTANTS FROM WASTgWATER INTO GROUND WATER DURING THE
     LAND APPLICATION OF WASTEWATER IN ORDER TO DEVELOP INFORMATION REQUIRED
     TO CONFIRM OR ADJUST EXISTING DESIGN  AND OPERATION CRITERIA TO ASSURE THE
      PROTECTION OF GROUNDWATER ASSOCIATED WITH SOIL TREATMENT FACILITIES.
     SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES INCLUDEl (1) THE  IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTIFICATION
     OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN GROUNDWATER  UNDERLYING SELECTED LAND APPLICATION
     SlTESf (2) DETERMINATION OF THE EXTENT OF SLOW CHRQMATQGRAPHIC MOVEMENT OF
      ORGANIC POLLUTANTS AND VIRUSES THROUGH SOIL INTO GROUNDWATER USING COLUMN
      STUDIES! (3) DETERMINATION OF THE MECHANISMS OF  VIRUS REMOVAL DURING
     PASSAGE OF WASTEWATER THROUGH SOIL USING BATCH AND COLUMN STUDIES AND A
      VARIETY OF VIRUSES AND SQILSf («) DETERMINATIONS OF THE SURVIVAL OF VIR
     USES IN SOIL UNDER VARIETY QF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS! AND CS) EVALUATION
      OF THE USE OF ENTEROVIRUS-LIKE BACTERIQPHAGES A3 INDICATORS OF
     ANIMAL VIRUS BEHAVIOR IN GROUNDWATER,

-------
AQUEOUS CHLORINE AND OTHER
        FUNDING I  C3T,  - FY
       •01   C8RANT1   PRIOR
      FY
        77  / S
                   1
                UNIV,
                UNIV,
OF
OF
ILLINOIS
ILLINOIS
REACTION of ACTIVATED CARBON WITH
DISINFECTING AGENTS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 • 06/80  I
    TASK/EPA CODE IC614  -7174   / R805293'
   PROJCCT OFFICER I A  A  STEVENS
   INVESTIGATORS I   V  L SNQEYINK
                     W  H PIRKLE
   MILEl  06/77  -GRANT AWARDED
         06/76  -INTERIM  REPORT
         06/79  -INTERIM  REPORT
         06/80  -PROJECT  COMPLETED
         o«/ao  -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
     ACTIVATED  CARBON is A REDUCING  AGENT  AND  WHEN  IT  is  USED  IN  TREATMENT  OF
     WATER SUPPLIES IT  READILY  REACTS WITH THE PREDISINFECTANT CHLORINE.  IT is
      LIKELY THAT IN ADDITION TO THE CHLORIDES WHICH RESULT  FROM  THIS  REA
     CTION,  SOME TRACE  CHLORINATED ORGANIC3 ALSO  ARE PRODUCED  OWING  TO REACTION
     WITH ORGANICS ADSORBED ON  THE CARBON  AND  THE CARBON  ITSELF,  THE OBJECTIVE
     OF  THIS RESEARCH is TO DETERMINE D  THE NATURE OF THE  CHLORINATED
     ORGANICS WHICH FORM WHEN CHLORINE  IS  CONTACTED WITH  CARBON*  2)  THE NA
     TURE OF THE ORGANICS WHICH FORM WHEN  OZONE AND CHLORINE DIOXIDE REACT  WITH
      CARBON BECAUSE THESE DISINFECTANTS  MAY REPLACE CHLORINEI  AND  3)  WAYS  IN
     WHICH THE  PRODUCTION OF HARMFUL COMPOUNDS CAN  BE  ELIMINATED  IF  SUCH  ARE
      FORMED. LABORATORY SCALE  EXPERIMENTS WILL BE  CONDUCTED WITH GAS  CHROMAT
     OGRAPHY, LIQUID CHRQMATOGRAPHY  A^D  MASS SPECTROMETRY BEING USED Tn ANALYZE
     THE  ORGANICS, INITIAL EXPERIMENTATION WILL DEAL WITH THE  CARBON-CHLORINE
     REACTIONS  ONLY,

-------
REVIEW OF CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES FOR OPEN SOURCES OF PARTICIPATE EMISSIONS

   START/ CQMPL DATE »     07/77 • 07/78 I  FUNDING I  EST, - FY   77  / S   aOOOO
    TASK/EPA CODE IF623A-30     / 9805294.01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /          \
   PROJECT OFFICER S D  C  DREHMEL
   INVESTIGATORS i   o  w COOPER                   HARVARD UNIVERSITY
                     0  W MOELLER                  HARVARD UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  07/77 -AWARD GRANT
         07/78 -COMPLETE RANKING OF CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
     OBJECTlVEl TO ASSESS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR OPEN SQURCESg APPROACHj THIS
     WORK WILL IDENTIFY, DESCRIBE* AND ANALYZE EXISTING METHODS FOR THE
     CONTROL OF OPEN SOURCES OF PARTICULATE EMISSIONS,, FROM THE ANALYSIS OF
     THE  STATE OF THE ART AND OF THE AREAS OF N£EDf  THE INVESTIGATORS WILL
      DETERMINE PRIORITIES FOR RESEARCH,  DEVELOPMENT, AND APPLICATION IN
     THE  CONTROL OF  OPEN SOURCE EMISSIONS, OUTPUTi REVIEW AND RANKING OF
     OPEN SOURCE CONTROL PROCEDURES AMD DEVICES.

-------
LAGOON EFFLUENT POLISHING USING  PHASE  ISOLATION PONDS
   START/ CO"PL DATE  I     09/77  -  06/79  I FUNDING  I EST. « FY   77  / *   65000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  lC611B-70«a    /  R805296-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  R  F   LEWIS
   INVESTIGATORS  i    E  c  MCQRIFF                  CLINTON CITY GOVERNMENT
                     E  c  MCGRIFF                  ENVIRONMENTAL PROT. SYST.  INC
   HILEl  07/77  -GRANT PACKAGE  PROCESSED
         09/77  -GRANT AWARDED  (TENTATIVE)
         06/78  -SUPPLEMENT  AWARDED (TENTATIVE}
         06/79  -EXPERIMENTAL WORK  COMPLETED
         12/79  -PROJECT COMPLETION
         OS/BO  -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
     THE  OBJECTIVE  OF THIS  RESEARCH  PROJECT  IS  TO  TEST THE "PHASE  ISOLATION"  CO
     NCEPT  FOR  REMOVAL  OF  ALGAE  FROM SEWAGE  LAGOON  EFFLUENT THAT WAS  NOTICED  AT
      THE WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT, RESEARCH ON  AL
     GAE  WASTEWATER TREATMENT  SYSTEMS  IN THE  LABORATORY  AND SOME FIELD  08SERVAT
     IONS HAVE  SHOWN  THAT  WHEN ALGAE AGE WITHOUT NUTRIENTS THEY TEND  TO  CLUMP  A
     ND SEPARATE FROM THE  LIQUID BY  SEDIMENTATION,  THIS  FULL-SCALE PROJECT  WILL
      USE TWO ALTERNATIVELY LOADED FOUR  ACRE  RADIATION PONDS FOLLOWING  A Tw
     0-CELLED LAGOON  WASTEWATER  TREATMENT SYSTEM.  THE PROJECT WILL CONSIST  OF  A
      CONSTRUCTION  PHASE  IN WHICH  THE  PRESENT  FOUR  CELLED LAGOON SYSTEM
      WILL  BE MODIFIED  TO  ENABLE THE ALTERNATE  LOADING,  ISOLATION, AND  DI3
     CHARGE HF  THE  TWO  CELLS TO  BE USED  AS "PHASE  ISOLATION" CELLS AND  A TEST  P
     ER10D  WHERE THE  ISOLATION METHOD  WILL BE  USF.D  WHILE EXTENSIVE SAMPLING  AND
     ANALYTICAL WORK  WILL  BE CARRIED OUT TO  DETERMINE THE EFFECTIVENESS  OF
     THIS METHOD AND  FACTORS THAT  WILL  INFLUENCE THE PROCESS,

-------
FIELD DEMONSTRATION OF NEW R.O,  MEMBRANES FOR PLATING WASTE-TREATMENT

   START/ CQMPL DATE I    05/77  • 10/78 I FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77  /  $    83000
    TASK/EPA CODE 186108-455    / R805300-01   (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I M    SHNSON
   INVESTIGATORS |   J H SCHUMACHER               AM£R. ELECTROPLATERS SOC." INC
   MILEl  05/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE  SUBMITTED
         06/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR  PROJECT
         10/78 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
     OBJECTIVEI THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED PROGRAM IS  TO DEMONSTRATE
     CLOSED-LOOP RECOVERY OF RINSEWATEPS FROM BATHS  WITH  EXTREME PH'S  HR HI
     GH OXIOANT LEVELS USING THE MQST PROMISING MEMBRANES IN FULL-SCALE  MODULAR
      FORM." A MOBILE DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM WILL BE ASSEMBLED AND FIELD  TESTED AT
      TWO DIFFERENT SITES, A COMBINED REVERSE OSMOSIS/EVAPORATION SYSTEM WILL
     BE USED TO PERMIT CLOSED-LOOP RINSEWATER RECOVERY FOR LOW TEMPERATURE
     BATHS.' APPROACHi THE PROPOSED PROGRAM CONSISTS  OF FOUR MAJOR TASKSl TASK
      ll  DESIGN AND ASSEMBLE MOBILE DEMONSTRATION SYSTEM, SYSTEM WILL  BE SKID
     •MOUNTED FOR EASY TRANSPORTATION, COMMERCIAL EVAPORATOR WILL BE .LEASED AND
      ADDED TO RO SYSTEM, TASK 21 DEMONSTRATE CLOSED-LOOP RECOVERY OF
     ALKALINE ZINC CYANIDE RINSEWATER, AT THE SELECTED PLATING FACILITY,
     DEMONSTRATION TO BE CONDUCTED OVER FOUR-MONTHS  PERIOD, DATA TO BE OBTAINED
     FOR  ASSESSING SYSTEM PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMICS, TASK J| RETURN OF MOBILE D
     EMQNSTRATION SYSTEM TO ABCQRf INC, FOR REFURBISHING  AND MODIFICATION, TASK
      At  DEMONSTRATE CLOSED-LOOP RECOVERY OF  ACIDIC  ACID  COPPER RINSE
     WATER AND, IF POSSIBLE* OF  CHROMIC ACID  RINSEWATER AT THE SELECTED  PLATING
     FACILITY, DEMONSTRATION TO  BE CONDUCTED  OVER FOUR-MONTHS  PERIOD,
     DATA TO BE OBTAINED FOR ASSESSING SYSTEM PERFORMANCE AND  ECONOMICS,

-------
805301

The major objective of this research is to study the effects of
prenatal exposure to one or more pesticides, herbicides and/or
fungicides on the cardiovascular physiology of rats.  Specifically,
(1) rate of heartbeat; (2) electrocardiogram; (3) blood pressure;
and (4) blood chemistry (hematocrit, Na, K, glucose, osmotic
pressure and other items as indicated) will be studied in rat
embryos, fetuses and newborns.  Testing will begin shortly after
maternal exposure to test for immediate effects and at later
intervals to test for prolonged effects.  The proposed program
would provide more subtle and sensitive indicators of develop-
mental toxicity than most of the standard teratological tests
now generally used.  Another objective of this research is to
obtain some basic information on possible mechanisms of the
physiological action of pesticides on fetuses.

The agents used initially will be those which have been shown
to have some teratogenic potential in mammals.  Particular emphasis
will be given to Maneb, Mirex, 2,4,-D, Dioxin and Kepone which
have also been reported to induce edematous changes in fetuses,  an
obvious sign of fluid imbalance.

-------
ORGANIC EMISSIONS FROM SINTER PLANTS • DETERMINATION OF CAUSES AND
METHODS OF ABATEMENT
   START/ CQMPL DATE I    07/77 • 07/76 I  FUNDING I  EST, - FY   77  / $
    TASK/EPA CODE IF604C-07     / R605304      (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I N    PLAK8
   INVESTIGATORS |   R A ST3EHR                   UNJV, OF PITTSBURGH
         07/77 -START GRANT
         07/76 -COMPLETE GRANT
     OBJECTlVEl PROVIDE BASIC DATA ON THE  MECHANISMS AND POTENTIAL CONTROL 0?
     ORGANICS AND HYDROCARBONS FROM SINTERING IN THE STEELMAKING INDUSTRY.
     APPROACHI THIS WQRK *ILL SYSTEMATICALLY EVALUATE  AT BENCH-SCALE APPROACH
     ES TH ELIMINATING ORGANIC AND HYDROCARBON EMISSIONS FROM SINTERING BY|  (A)
      RECYCLE OF GASES THROUGH A SECOND SINTER BEDI  (8) ELIMINATION OF P
     REVIOUSLY IDENTIFIED Of?5ANICS AND HYDROCARBONS  FROM THE SINTER CHARGE!  (C)
     CONTROL OF COMBUSTION CONDITIONS TO ACHIEVE MORE  COMPLETE OXIDATION OF  THE
     DRGANICS AND HYDROCARBONS 1 AND (D) PERIODIC REVERSAL OF AIR FLOW THROUGH
     THE BED, OUTPUTi THE OUTPUT WILL BE A FINAL REPORT,

-------
EFFECTIVENESS AND CUST OF ACTIVATED  CARBCJN  ADSORPTION OF TOXIC COMPOUNDS
 FROM PETROLEUM REFINERY  WASTEWATERS
   START/ COMPL DATE  I    08/77  -  07/78  I FUNDING  I  EST. •  FY    77   /  S    
-------
TREATMENT OF GASEOUS EMISSIONS FROM STEEL PLANTS CONTAINING SMALL
CONCENTRATIONS OF HYDROCARBON VAPORS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 - 07/78 ? FUNDING I  EST,  • FY    77/8    10000
    TASK/EPA CODE iF6Q4C-oe     / R80S3H     (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /           i
   PROJECT OFFICER I N     PLAKS
   INVESTIGATORS I   J    SZgKELY                  MASS,  INST.  OF TECHNOLOGY
   MILEl  07/77 -START GRANT
         07/78 -COMPLETE GRANT
     OBJECTIVEI DEVELOP TECHNOLOGY FDR THE SELECTIVE ADSORPTION OF 8TEELMAKING
     PROCESSES SUCH AS  SINTER PLANTS,  CQKEMAKINQ, ETC.  APPROACH! THE  PROJECT
     PROCEEDS IN A LOGICAL MANNER BY FIRST DEVELOPING  ADSORPTION EQUI
     LI8RIUM FOR SEVERAL ADSORBENTS AND HYDROCARBONS AND  THEN  BY SYSTEMATICALLY
     TRYING TO INCREASE THE SPECIFICITY OF ADSORPTION  FOR HYDROCARBONS.*  SIM
     ULTANEOU8LY, DATA  WILl BE DEVELOPED ON REGENERATION  OF THE ADSORBENTS.' THE
     CONTROLLING MECHANISMS FOR THE PROCESS,  MASS TRANSFERi PORE DIFFUSTION, QR
     ADSORPTION KINETICS,  WILL BE DETERMINED FOR USE IN  SCALE-UP PURPOSES, F
     INALLY, THE RESULTS rtILL BE EXTENDED TO ENCOMPASS  MULTI-COMPONENT SYSTEMS,
     OUPUTI THE OUTPUT  WILL BE A FINAL REPORT,

-------
CALIBRATION or 9o DECREES  V-NOTCM  WEIRS USING PARAMETERS OTHER THAN WETR

   START/  COMPL  DATE  I     00/00  •  00/00 t FUNDING  I EST. - FY   77  / S   22328
    TASK/EPA  CODE iA62iA«60      /  Reo53j2-oi  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           i
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  T  C   COVE*
   INVESTIGATORS  |    R  N ELI                       WEST VA, UNIVERSITY
   MILEl 00/00 -FINAL REPORT
    THIS  19  ONE  OF A MULTI-PART PROJECT WHOSE SUMMARY MAY BE IDENTICAL  TO
    OTHERS.  THE  OBJECT OF THE PROPOSED RESEARCH IS TO DEVELOP* BY MEANS OF  A
    LABORATORY  INVESTIGATION, A LESS CUMBERSOME AMD MORE ACCURATE MEANS 0?
    DETERMINING  DISCHARGE OVER  A  90 DEGREES V-NOTCH WEIR BY TAKING DIRECT
     MEASUREMENTS AT THE  WEIR PLATE, COMPLIANCE MONITORING  IN CONNECTION
    WITH WPOES PERMITS REQUIRES A PROCEDURE* THAT CAN BE EASILY APPLIED IN  TH
    E FIELD  WITH A MINIMUM OF TOOLS UR INSTRUMENTATION, *EIR HEAD, THF.  LEVEL  P
    OOL HEAD ABOVE THE WEIR CREST,  IS A DIFFICULT MEASUREMENT TO MAKE  SINCE  IT
     MUST  BE MADE SOME DISTANCE UPSTREAM OF THE CREST, THEREFORE, THE  MAIN
    THRUST OF THE INVESTIGATION WILL BE TO SELECT A NEW PARAMETER THAT  CAN  BE
    MEASURED IN  THE  VICINITY OF THE WEIR PLATE, THE NEW PARAMETER is TO BF
    RELATFD  Tn DISCHARGE  8* DEFINING AN EMPIRICAL RELATIONSHIP BY MEANS OF  CAL
    IBRATION TESTS TO  BE  CONDUCTED  OVER THE DISCHARGE RANGE OF APPROXIMATELY  0
    TO 5 CUBIC FEET  PER SECOND, DRAWDOWN OF THE WATER SURFACE IN THE VICINITY
    OF THE WEIR  PLATE  WILL REQUIRE  CAREFUL DEFINITION OF THE NEW
    MEASUREMENT  PARAMETER,

-------
CALIBRATION of 9o DEGREES V-NQTCH WEIRS USING PARAMETERS  OTHER  THAN  WEIR
 HEAD
   START/ CQMPL DATE I     09/77 - 09/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  $    2232S
    TASK/EPA CODE IA621C-26     / R805312«01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER J E     BERG
   INVESTIGATORS |   R  N ELI                      WEST  VA,  UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  to/78 -REPORT  ON NEW PARAMETERS TO MEASURE  FLOW  THRU  9o DEGREE  V-NOTCM
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED RESEARCH IS TO DEVELOP,  BY  MEANS  OF A
     LABORATORY INVESTIGATION, A LESS CUMBERSOME AND MORE ACCURATE  MEANS  OF
     DETERMINING DISCHARGE OVER A 90 DEGREES  V.NOTCH WEIR BY  TAKING  DIRECT MEAS
     UREMgNTS AT THE WEIR PLATE. COMPLIANCE MONITORING  IN CONNECTION WITH NPDES
      PFRMIT8 REQUIRES  A PROCEDURE THAT CAN BE EASILY  APPLIED  IN THE FIELD
     WITH A MINIMUM OF  TOOLS OR INSTRUMENTATION, WEIR  HEADi  THE LEVEL  POOL
     HEAD ABOVE THE WEIR CREST, IS A DIFFICULT MEASUREMENT  TO  MAKE  SINCE  IT  My
     ST BE MADE SOME DISTANCE UPSTREAM OF  THE CREST, THEREFORE* THE  MAIN  THRUST
     OF THE INVESTIGATION WILL BE TO SELECT A NEW PARAMETER  THAT CAN BE
     MEASURED IN THE VICINITY OF THE ^EIR  PLATE. THE NEW  PARAMETER  is  TO  BE
     RELATED TO DISCHARGE BY DEFINING AN EMPIRICAL RELATIONSHIP BY  MEANS  OF  CAL
     IBRATION TESTS TO  BE CONDUCTED OVgR THE  DISCHARGE  RANGE  OF APPRnXIMATEL* 0
     TO 5 CUBIC FEET PER SECOND, DRAWDOWN  OF  THE WATER  SURFACE IN THE
     VICINITY OF THE WEIR PLATE WILL REQUIRE  CAREFUL DEFINITION OF  THE NEW
     MEASUREMENT PARAMETER,

-------
IDENTIFICATION AND PREVALENCE  OF  YERSINIA ENTEROCOUITZCA

STATE WATER SUPPLIES
                                                    IN  WASHINGTON
START/ COMPL DATE t    Ob/77 •
 TASK/CPA CODE lD6l«B-027    /
PROJECT OFFICER I W    JAKUBOWSKI
INVESTIGATORS I   T F rfETZLER
MILEl 06/78 -ANNUAL REPORT
      06/79 -ANNUAL REPORT
      06/80 -FINAL REPORT
  THE RESEARCH GOALS INVOLVE A STATE-WIDE
  UTILIZED FOR OVER 50 METROPOLITAN/URBAN
  UNTREATED. TREATED, AND/OR CHLORINATED,
  PERFORMED ON SOME 130 SAMPLES PER MONTHS
FUNDING i  EST. • FY
                                  06/80  I
                                  R805313-01   (QRANT)  PRIOR  FY
                                                               77  / S
                                                                     oisoo
                                                                         l
                                                 UNIV, OF  WASHINGTON
                                             SURVEY  OF  SELECTED  WATER  SOURCES
                                             WATER SYSTEMS,  WATERS  ARE
                                             SANITARY MICROBIOLOGY  WILL  BE
                                              FOR  12 MONTHS  TO  INCLUDEi  AEROBIC
                                                                   OF
                                                                          SERVE
 PLATE COUNT, TOTAL CQLIFORM, FECAL STREPTOCOCCI AND PRESENCE
ENTERIC PATHOGENS, ESPECIALLY YERSINIA ENTEROCOLITICA, ISOLATES OF
YERSINIA ENTEROCOUITIC* WILL BE CAREFULLY IDENTIFIED BIOCHEMICALLY,
IOTYPED BY WAUTER'S SYSTEM AND 8EROTYPING, NQN-TYPABLE ISOLATES W^
AS A STARTING POINT FOR THE EXPANSION OF NEW SEROTYPES BEYOND THE 36
RECOGNIZED TODAY, VIRULENCE STUDIES WILL BE CARRIED OUT IN MICE ON ALL
ISOLATES? AND SOME LIMITED DATA WILL BE ACCULULATED ON HALGEN DISINFECTION
PARAMETERSI IONIC STATE, CONCENTRATION, TIME, TEMPERATURE, ETC, EP
IDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES WILL STRIVE TO IDENTIFY HUMAN CASES OF YERSINJOSIS AND
CORRELATE DATA TO THE POTENTIAL OF WATER- OR FOOD-BORNE TRANSMISSION.

-------
HELMINTH TRANSMISSION IN ANAEROBICALLY DIGESTED SEWAGE SLUDGE

   START/ COMPL DATE I     07/77 • 09/78 I  FUNDING I  EST. • FY   77  / I  185885
    TASK/EPA CODE IC611B-7082   / R805315-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER t G     STERN
   INVESTIGATORS i   p  R PITZGERALD               UNIV, OF ILLINOIS
                     R    ARTHER                   UNIV, OF ILLINOIS
                     B    WHEAT                    UNIV, OF ILLINOIS
   MILEl 10/77 -PROJECT STARTED
         o9/79 -PROJECT COMPLETED
         03/80 -REPORT  PUBLISHED
     OBJECTIVESI 1)  DETERMINE THE PRACTICAL SURVIVAL OF RESISTANT PARASITES
     DISPERSED ON AGRICULTURAL LANDS IN ANAEROBIC ALLY  DIGESTED SLUDGE WITH P08
     SIBLC INFECTION OF TARGET HOST SPECIES, 3) DETERMINE THE RATES OF SURVIVAL
      OF HELMINTH PARASITES IN ANAEROBICALLY DIGESTED  SLUDGE, AND RESIDUES,
     E.G., "NU-EARTH."  3) DETERMINE LEVELS OF HEAVY  METALS IN SOILS* FEED AND
     TISSUES OF SWINE EXPOSED TO ANAEROBICALLY DIGESTED SLUDGE SPREAD ON
     AGRICULTURAL LANDS, «) DETERMINE THE  EFFECTS OF HEAVY METALS AND
     FLUORIDES IN SEWAGE/SLUDGE ON HELMINTH PARASITE OVA, APPROACHI THE GENERAL
     APPROACH IS TO  DISPENSE ANAEROBICALLY DIGESTED  SLUDGE,  CONTAINING OVA OF
     SEVERAL NEMATODES, BUT PARTICULARLY ASCARIS SP.,  ON STRIP-MINED SOIL WHICH
     HAS NOT BEEN CONTAMINATED BY LIVESTOCK, AFTER VARIABLE  QUANTITIES OF
      SLUDGE HAVE BEEN  PLACED ON PLOTS, WORM.FREE PIGS WILL  BE PLACED ON THE
     EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS WHERE THEY WILL FEED AND LIVE  IN A NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
     WHERE SLUDGE CONTAMINATED WITH OVA HAS BEEN DISPENSED,  ANIMALS WILL BE
     NECROPSIED AT APPROPRIATE TIMES AFTER EXPOSURE  TO SLUDGE, APPROPRIA
     TE TISSUES WILL BE SELECTED FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS FOR THE HEAVY METALS ZN,
      CU, CD» CR» NI, PB AND HG, ALSO FLUORIDES AND  PCB'S, CURRENT PLANSi
     CURRENT STUDIES ARE UNDERWAY WHICH INVOLVE POSSIBLE ENHANCEMENT OF PARA
     SITIC INFECTIONS IN CATTLE GRAZING IN SLUDGE IRRIGATED  PASTURES, UPTAKE OF
     HEAVY METALS BY CATTLE WITH POSSIBLE  SUBSEQUENT EFFECT  UPON HEALTH OF THE
     ANIMALS IS BEING STUDIED, ANIMALS ARE ALSO BEING  MONITORED FOR
     OCCURRENCE OF OTHER PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS WHICH  MAY APPEAR AS A RESULT OF
     INFECTION WHICH COULD RESULT FRO* PATHOGENS DISPERSED IN ANAEROBICALLY
     DIGESTED SEWAGE SLUDGE,

-------
805316

     To better appreciate the ultrastructural alterations that
occurred in 71 beagle dogs chronically exposed to air pollutants,
transmission electron microscopic morphometry will be used.
Ultrastructural quantitation has proven invaluable in delineating
the pathogenetic mechansims of gasious-induced pulmonary lesions.
Specifically alterations in the thickness of components of the
blood-air barrier and in the epithelial cells of the lungs have
been statistically appriciated.

     It is proposed that both large block plastic sections and
ultrathin sections be randomly selected, photographed at 200X
and 2500X, respectively, on 35mm film.  After transfer of the
image to positive 35mm film, the images will be projected on a
ground glass screen with interchangeable counting grids.  The
volumetric density of alveoli, alveolar ducts, and respiratory
bronchioles, as well as alveoli located in alveolar ducts or
respiratory bronchioles will be calculated.  The volumetric density
of interstitial tissue (collagen and elastic fibers, fibroblasts,
and smooth muscle), type I and type II epithelial cells, epithelial
cells, endothelial cells, macrophages, and other migratory cells
will be calculated.  The numerical and surface densities of alveoli
and capillaries will be calculated.  The arithmetic mean thickness
of the blood-air barrier and all of its components (epithelium,
interstitium, and endothelium) will be calculated.  The arithmetic
mean thickness of vessel and bronchiolar walls will be measured.
All of these measurements will use Weibel's methods.

     All of the results for each exposure group will be compared
to every other group by analysis of variance.  Linear regression
will be used to examine possible correlations between pulmonary
function data reported on these dogs and the morphometric
measurements.  All significant correlations within a group will be
compared to all other groups by analysis of covariance.

-------
EFFECT rs? :OAL GASIFICATION PRODUCTS ON THE PULMONARY DEFENSE SYSTEM
AGAINST INFECTIOUS DISEASE (BACTERIAL)
   START/ COMPL DATE I     03/77 - 02/80 I  FUNDING I  £ST»  • FY   77  / $  150000
    TASK/EPA CODE !H625F-7162   / R80S317      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY76 /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I J  A  GRAHAM
   INVESTIGATORS |   C    ARANYI                   I  I T RESEARCH INSTITUTE
   MILEl 08/77 -AWARD GRANT,  PROVIDE 1ST TEST SAMPLE
         oa/78 -COMPLETE ACUTE EXPOSURES 0? 1ST TEST SAMPLE
         08/78 -SUBMIT  ANNUAL REPORT
         08/79 -COMPLETE ACUTE EXPOSURES OF SECOND TEST SAMPLE
         tO/79 -SUBMIT  ANNUAL REPORT
         08/80 -COMPLETE CHRONIC EXPOSURES
         10/80 -SUBMIT  FINAL  REPORT
     THE IMPACT OF POLLUTANTS FROM ALTERNATE ENERGY  SOURCES (PRIMARILY COAL
     GASSIFICATION)  ON  PULMONARY DEFENSE SYSTEMS AGAINST INFECTIOUS BACTERIAL
     DISEASE WILL BE INVESTIGATED8 ANIMALS WILL BE EXPOSED TO RESPIRABLE-SIZED
     AEROSOLS o* THE POLLUTANT IN A MANNER TO ELUCIDATE DOSE RESPONSE RELATI
     ONSHIPS, THE FOLLOWING PARAMETERS  WILL BE USED  IN THE INVESTIGATION! (jS M
     ORTALITY AND MEAN  SURVIVAL TIME FOLLOWING AEROSOLS OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA?
     (2) PULMONARY BACTERICIDAL RESPONSES? (3) PULMONARY CELL POPULATIONS! AND
     (a) FUNCTIONING OF ALVEOLAR MACROPHA6E8. IF ADVERSE EFFECTS ARE FOUND, THE
      INFLUENCE OP PARTICLE SIZE AND DURATION OF EXPOSURE WILL BE
     TESTED USING TH£ MOST SENSITIVE PARAMETERS. THE TIME REQUIRED FOR
     RECOVERY FROM ADVERSE EFFECTS WILL ALSO BE DETERMINED,

-------
POLLUTANTS*  AERO-ALtERGENS»  AND  RESPIRATORY  DISEASES

   STAPT/  COMPL  DATE  I     06/77  •  08/80  I  FUNDING  I EST, - FY   77  / $   99000
    TASK/EPA  Cuuu  . ;&01C"729«    /  R805S18      (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER  I  C  6   HAYES
   INVESTIGATORS  i    M  D  LEBOWITZ                  UNIV, OF ARIZONA
   MILEl 08/77 -AWARD GRAMT
        08/78 -PROGRESS  REPORT
        08/79 -PROGRESS  REPORT  AND  CONTINUATION APPLICATION
        08/90 "FINAL REPORT
     THE PURPOSE OF THE STUDY  IS TO  DETERMINE  THE  INFLUENCE OF  CERTAIN  MACRO
     AND MICRO-ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS  HN  THE  DEVELOPMENT OF RESPIRATORY
     SYMPTOMS AND AIRWAYS  OBSTRUCTIVE  DISEASES  (ADD).  THESE FACTORS HAVE  BEEN  H
     YPQTHESIZED TO RE  RELATED TO  AIRWAYS  OBSTRUCTIVE  DISEASE,  THEY INCLUDE MR
     POLLUTANTS  (INCLUDING DUST AND  SUSPENDED  PARTICULATE MATTER)*
     AERO-ALLERGENS (POLLEN, MOLD, FUNGI,  ALGAE, INSECTS) AND CLIMATE,  THE
     MICRO-ENVIRONMENT  is  THE  PERSONAL ENVIRONMENT  INCLUDING SOME MACRQ-ENVIRO
     NMENTAL  (AMBIENT AIR) EXPOSURES.  THF.  FOLLOWING STUDY WILL  DETERMINE  IF THE
     RESPIRABLE DUSTS AND  OTHER  AIR  POLLUTANTS  (MOSTLY PHOTQ-OXIDANTS),
     AERO-ALLERGENS,  COUNTERACT  INTERDEPENDENT OR INDEPENDENTLY IN  PRODUCING
     RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS  AND/OR AOT.  TWO  HUNDRED  FAMILIES WILL BE STUOIEDI WE
     HILL HAVE A BASELINE  AN|D  SUBSEQUENT EVALUATIONS INCLUDING  THOROUGH
     IMMUNOLOGICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL, AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES, THEY  WILL BE
     MONITORED WITH MICRO-ENVIRONMENTAL  MONITORS,  AS WELL AS HAVING IN
     FORMATION AS TO  THEIR MACRO-EXPOSURE, THEY WILL BE MONITORED FOR SYMPTOMS,
     LUNG FUNCTION CHANGES, OR  IMMyNQLQGIC  CHANGES, IN ASSOCIATION WITH  THE
     AIR EXPOSURES. OTHER  ANTECEDENT  CONDITIONS, SUCH  AS GENETIC AND  FAMILIAL
     FACTORS, OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES, SMOKING, ETC,,  WILL BE CONSIDERED. THEIR
     SYMPTOMS WILL BE  MONITORED ON  A  DAILY  BASIS  USING A DIARY AND TELEP
     HONE INTERVIEW,  THEY  WILL HAVE  REGULAR  WORKUPS AS WELL AS  HAVE EVALUATIONS
     DURING  ANY EXACERBATION  OF PRESENT DISEASE,  DURING ACUTE
     RESPIRATORY  ILLNESSES AND DURING  ASTHMATIC OR  ALLERGIC ATTACKS,  MULTI-V
     ARIATE STATISTICAL ANALYSES WILL  BE UTILIZED  TO DETERMINE  THE INTERACTIONS
     OF MACRO- AND  MICRO-ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS, AS  WELL AS TO DETERMINE THE
     RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN  THE  ENVIRONMENTAL  FACTORS AND SYMPTOMS, LUNG
     FUNCTION, THIS FUNCTION,  AND/OR  DISEASE,  IN THIS  POPULATION,

-------
805319


1. Take information gained from alfalfa  insect  research  and apply it at the farm operat-
   ional level.
   There has been some 15 years of data  relating  to  pest management of alfalfa insects
   accumulated in Utah.  These data include  the effects  of  biological control agents
   cultural practices, and pesticides.
2. Demonstrate to the alfalfa growers  the. wisdom  of  basing  control decisions on conditioi
   in individual fields.
   This will include reports to the growers  based on pest population samples.   It will
   also include cost benefit analyses  comparing fields following pest managmcnt practice1
   compared to those not following such  a program.
3. A side benefit, but not a true objective, is to train a  nucleus of pest  management
   scouts.

Some major approaches will be:
a. Routine monitoring of pest populations.
b. Reporting pest conditions to growers.
c. Analyzing alfalfa yields and quality.
d. Analyzing costs and returns to growers.
e. Correlating insect development with weather  data.
f. Using the alfalfa and alfalfa weevil models, developed through other projects.
g. Developing an economic model to augment the  two models mentioned in "f".

-------
EFFECTS OF CHRONIC 3ULFUR  DIOXIDE  FUMIGATION ON PRIMARY PRODUCERS AND
INVERTEBRATE CONSUMERS IN  A  MIXED  PRAIRIE  ECOSYSTEM
   START/ COMPL  DATE I    06/77  •  06/80  I  FUNDING  I  EST. • FY   77  /$   163070
    TASK/EPA CODE  IM625A-019    /  R605320.01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I  E    PRESTON
   INVESTIGATORS  |   J L 0000                      COLORADO STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     W K LAUENRQTH                COLORADO STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  06/80 -FINAL  REPORT
     THE  OBJECTIVE OF  THIS PROJECT IS  TO ASSESS THE  EFFECTS OF  CHRONIC  SULFUR
     DIOXIDE FUMIGATION ON PRIMARY PRODUCERS AND  INVERTEBRATE CONSUMERS  IN
      A MIXED PRAIRIE  ECOSYSTEM, FIELD EXPERIMENTS ARE  DESIGNED TOl  (1)
     CHARACTERIZE  PHYSIOLOGICAL  RESPONSES  OF WESTERN WHEATGRASS TO FOUR  302  EXP
     OSURE LEVELS,  (2)  RELATE  PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO WHOLE  PLANT  GROWTH  AND
     POPULATION  DYNAMICS OF  WESTERN  WHEATGRASS ON  EACH  TREATMENT  AREAf  (3)  I
     NVEST1GATE  THE RELATIONSHIPS  BETWEEN  PHYSIOLOGICAL STATUS  OF WESTERN WHEAT
     GRASS AND INFRARED REFLECTIONS. LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS SUPPORT  AND  AMPLIFY
     THE  FIELD EXPERIMENTS.  THESE  EXPERIMENTS  ARE  DESIGNED TOl  (1) CHARA
     CTERIZE THE PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF WESTERN WHEATGRASS TO  302  FUMIGATION
      WITHIN A MINOR  RANGE OF  ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS* AND (2) DETERMINE THE
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERNAL  SULFUR STATUS  OF WESTERN WHEATGRASS  AND
     PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES,  VARIABLES TO BE  MEASURED  INCLUDE  GROSS
     PHOTOSYNTHESIS.  NET PHOTOSYNTHESIS, PHOTOSPIRATION, DARK RESPIRATION,
     PLANT AND LEAF WATER  POTENTIAL, STAMATA DIFFUSION  RESISTANCE AND LEAF
     TEMPERATURES,

-------
805321
Objective - To prepare plant tissue material containing toxic elements
via in vivo incorporation.  The material will be grown in hydroponics
solution containing the toxic elements, harvested, dried, ground, blended,
homogenized, and analyzed for use as both reference materials and in up-
coming cross-check programs.  Attempts will be made to collect and process
water hyacinth leaves from sewage ponds containing elevated  levels of
pollutants and from uncontaminated ponds.

Approach - Water hyacinths will be grown in large ponds or tanks.  Combi-
nations of various toxic element compounds will be added to  the hydroponics
solution, as required, to maintain certain minimum concentrations of the
toxic elements in the hydroponics solutions.  Aerial water hyacinth leaves
are harvested periodically and dried.  After removal of the  stalks, the
leaves are ground and the last water trace removed by freeze-drying.
After blending and sieving, if required, the dry powder is analyzed for
the toxic elements and shipped to EMSL-LV or a location determined by
EMSL-LV.  A batch of uncontaminated material of similar size will be pre-
pared similarly, except for the incorporation of the toxic elements.
Personnel (2-3 people) from the analytical branch of the contractor
institution will come to EMSL-LV to conduct analyses of the  produced
materials jointly with EMSL personnel.  An effort will be made to collect
aerial leaves of water hyacinths growing in contaminated ponds of two
different sewage plants.  The leaves will be processed as described above
and shipped to EMSL-LV.  Similarly, aerial leaves of water hyacinths will
be collected from uncontaminated ponds and processed as described above
to a dry powder which will be shipped to EMSL-LV.

-------
•TUDV OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF HOT-SIDE  PRECIPITATOR3

   START/ CDMPL DATE I     10/77 - 10/79  I  FUNDING  I  EST, -  FY    77   /  $   148666
    TASK/EPA  CODE IF624A-066    / RS0532««Oi   CSRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I L  E   3»ARKS
   INVESTIGATORS |   6  A  RINARD                   UNIV,  OF  DENVER
                     D  E  RUGG                      UNIV,  OF  DENVER
                     w  A  ALFORD                   UNJV,  OF  DENVER
                     T  D  NEVENS                   UNIV,  OF  DENVER
                     W  J  CULBERTSON                UNIV,  OF  DENVER
                     R  E  PRES3EY                  UNIV,  OF  DENVER
   MIUEl  09/77  -AWARD GRANT
         09/79  -ISSUE FINAL  REPORT WITH  SUGGESTED  DESIGN CHANGES
     HOT  SIDE PRECIPITATORS, THOSE INSTALLED  BEFORE  THE  COMBUSTION  PREHEATER  IN
      COAL  FIRED GENERATING  PLANTS,  AP£  ONE  MEANS  OF  IMPROVING THE  EFFI
     CIENCY OF  COLLECTION OF HIGH RESISTIVITY FLY  ASH,  THE  OBJECTIVE  OF  THE  RES
     EARCH  PROJECT is TO  STUDY  THESE HOT SIDE UNITS  AND  DETERMINE  THE  CAUSE  FOR
     AN  APPARENT DECREASED EFFICIENCY  AT HIGH ALTITUDE,  A  SECOND OBJECTIVE  IS
      TO  GAIN A BETTER  UNDERSTANDING OF  HOT  SIDE UNITS  IN  GENERAL,
      A  SURVEY  OF  OPERATING  HOT SIDE PRECIPITATORS WILL  BE  CONDUCTED  TO  0
     ETERMINE IF ALTITUDE IS CLEARLY A FACTOR IN REDUCED EFFICIENCY,  Tw£ SURVEY
     WILL  ALSO  PROVIDE  DATA  THAT WILL  BE CORRELATED  TO  DETERMINE OTHER CAUSES
     FOR  REDUCED EFFICIENCY, THE EXPERIMENTAL WORK TO BE CONDUCTED  WILL
     DEPEND ON  THE OUTCOME OF THE SURVEY,

-------
INPUTS OF HAZARDOUS OPGANICS FROM THE ATMOSPHERE TO SAGINAW BAY

   START/ CQMPL DATE I     07/77 • 06/79 I  FUNDING I CST, « FY   77  / J   41187
    TA8K/EPA CODE IN608A-030    / R805325-01  (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I M  0  MULLJN
   INVESTIGATORS |   T  J MURPHY                   DEPAUU UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  09/79 -FINAL REPORT DUE
     THE  OBJECTIVES OF  THIS PROJECT ARE TO DETERMINE THE ATMOSPHERIC INPUTS OF
     POLYCMOLORINATED BIPHENYLS CPCBSJ  ARE POLYCYCLIC  AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS 


-------
VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF HYDROCARBONS IN AN URBAN ATMOSPHERE
CONDITIONS OF LOW LEVEL TEMPERATURE INVERSIONS
   START/ CQMPL DATE I     Ob/77 • 12/78 I  FUNDING I  E3T.  - FY   77  / $    8200
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A.AC.21  / R805327-01  (GRANT5  PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I «     BUFALINI
   INVESTIGATORS i       COFFEY                   STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
   MILEI  i2/7» -FINAL REPORT
     MEASUREMENT OF DETAILED HC'S IN THE MEW YORK AREA WILL BE MADE,

-------
805328
     The chemical reactions which form and degrade iron-cyanides are being
investigated under controlled conditions,to determine reaction rates and
mechanisms.  This will provide basic data for evolution of cyanide control
strategies, either by inhibition of complex-forming reactions or by des-
truction of the complexes, once formed.  Experiments will be carried out
with actual coking and blast furnace wastewaters to verify reaction mechanisms
and evaluate control strategies.  Chemical analyses for free and complex
cyanides will be modified to eliminate interferences in the wastewater studies.
     The stability of solid iron-cyanide complexes (i.e.,slow degradation)
in a landfill environment will be investigated.  New treatment processes will
result in large quantities of solid ferrocyanides requiring final disposal.
The stability of these materials under a reducing and acidic environment
needs to be demonstrated.

-------
EVALUATION OF THE DIONEX ION-EXCHANGE CHRO*ATOGRAPH  FOR  NATURAL  WATER
SAMPLE ANALYSIS
   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77 - H/78 I  FUNDING  I  EST ,  •  FY    77   /  S    36056
    TASK/F.PA CODE |A622B-0«      / R805129-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER I M     GALES
   INVESTIGATORS |   A    8CHLUETER                CENTRAL STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEI  11/77  -DETERMINE RETENTION TIMES  AND SEPARATION PROFILE OF ANTONS
         Ofl/77  -ANALYSIS OF  ALKALI AND ALKALI-EARTH  METALS  IN  WATER SAMPLES
         02/78  -FINAL REPORT
     THIS WORK  HAS THE  OBJECTIVE OF EVALUATING THE DIONEX IQN  EXCHANGE CHRO
     MATOGRAPH  FOR NATURAL *ATER SAMPLE ANALYSIS,  INITIAL WORK WILL UTILIZE SYN
     THfTlC LABORATORY  SAMPLES APPROXIMATING  NATURAL WATER  IONJC CONCENTRATION,
     THE  RESPONSE OF THE DIQNEX INSTRUMENT TO THESE  SOLUTIONS* THE  CONSISTENCY
     OF  ION RETENTION TIMES, THE PROPER SUPPORTING ELECTROLYTE AND  THE EXTENT
      OF  PEAK OVERLAP WILL BE INVESTIGATED,  WITH OPTIMUM EXPERIMENTAL
     CONDITIONS FOR ION SEPARATION THE APPLICABILITY OF  THE INSTRUMENT TO ID
     ENTIFY AND TO QUANTITATIVELY MEASURE  NATURAL  WATER  ION CONCENTRATIONS WILL
     BE  DETERMINED,

-------
EVALUATION OF THE DIONEX ION EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPH FOR NATURAL  WATER
SAMPLES ANALYSIS
   START/ COMPL DATE »     08/77 . 01/79 I  FUNDING I E8T,  • FY    77   / 9    280S8
    TASK/EPA CODE lA635C»?a     / R80S5i9.0J   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY   /          1
   PROJECT OFFICER I M  E  GALES
   INVESTIGATORS i   A    SCHLUETER                CENTRAL STATE  UNIVERSITY
     THE ION»EXCHANG£ CHRQMATOGRAPH MANUFACTURED BY DIONE* CORP, HAS THE P
     OTENTIAL OF SEPARATING AND QUANTITATIVELY  DETERMINING THE CONCENTRATIONS 0
     F ANIONS AND CATIONS PRESENT IN NATURAL  WATERS.  THIS PROJECT WILL EVALUATE
      THE DIONEX JON-EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPH TO  DETERMINE  ITS ABILITY AND
      LIMITATIONS IN ANALYZING NATURAL WATER  SAMPLES  FOR  ANIONS  AND CATIONS

-------
STAGED COMBUSTION FOR NOx  CDNTROL  AND  ENHANCED  SO3 EMISSIONS

   START/  COMPL  DATE  |     07/77  -  01/78  I  FUNDING I EST. • FY   77  / $   34559
    TASK/EPA  CODE IF62«A.020     /  9805330-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /          1
   INVESTIGATORS  i    A   LEVY                     BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE
   MILEl 07/77 -INITIATE GRANT
        oi/78 -COMPLETE ASSESSMENT or ENHANCED SULFATE FORMATION FROM STAGE en
        02/78 -COMPLETE FINAL REPORT
    PREVIOUS EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES INDICATE THAT STAGED COMBUSTION PROCESSES
    DESIGNED TO  REDUCE NQX EMISSIONS MAY  ENHANCE sos EMISSION, THE o
    BJECTIVE OF  THIS PROPOSED PROGRAM IS  TO INVESTIGATE THE EXTENT TO WHICH SO
    3/S02 RATIOS MAY BE INCREASED WHEN NOX EMISSIONS IS REDUCED UNDER SPECIFIC
    AND WELL DEFINED CONDITIONS OF STAGED COMBUSTION, FOR THESE STUDIES, A
    SIMPLE TWO-STAGE LABORATORY BURNER WILL BE USED, MEASUREMENTS OF NQX.
    SQ2, 303, AND TEMPERATURE WILL BE AT  THE EXIT OF EACH STAGE FOR BOTH SI
    NGLE-STAGE AND TWO-STAGE OPERATION OF THE BURNER UNDER DIFFERENT
     CONDITIONS. RESULTS FROM THESE STUDIES WILL BE USED TO ASSESS |
     EXTENT TO WHICH ENHANCED 503 PRODUCTION CAN BE A PROBLEM IN STAGED
    COMBUSTION SYSTEMS,

-------
INVESTIGATE INTERFERENCES IN OPTICAL  INFRARED  MEASUREMENT  TECHNIQUES

   START/  COMPL  DATE t     07/77  •  07/80  !  FUNDING  I  £ST,  • FY    77  /  $    U0000
    TASK/EPA  CODE  IG7128.BE-4S   /  R8Q5332.01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER  I W  A   MCCLENNY
   INVESTIGATORS ?    R  R  PATTY                     UNIV. OF NORTH  CAROLINA
   MILEj  H/79 »IN-SITU MEASUREMENTS  OF  SULFATES COMPLETE
     OBJECTIVESI TO  SPONSOR  THE  DEVELOPMENT OF  A RESEARCH  EFFORT  DIRECTED  AT
     THE  IDENTIFICATION AND  QUANTIFICATION OF  GASEOUS  AND  PARTICIPATE
     ABSORBERS IN THE  INFRARED*  PARTICULARLY  IN THE  SPECTRAL REGION NEAR 9
     MICP.QNS.APPRQACHI  TO FUND A GRANT EFFORT  IN WHICH THE OPTICAL  TECHNIQUE  OF
      OPTQ-ACQUSTIC  DETECTION IS USED TO MEASURE ABSORPTION COEFFICIENTS OF
      GASEOUS AND PARTICULATE ABSORBERS  IN THE  INFRARED AND TO QUANTIFY
     AMBIENT  CONCENTRATIONS  OF THESE  ABSORBERS. THE  APPROACH IS  SUFFICIENTLY
     NEW SO THAT SEVERAL  FEASIBILITY  EXPERIMENTS WILL  BE  TRIED INITIALLY IN
     ORDEPI  TO DETERMINE THE  MOST EFFECTIVE RESEARCH  PLAN,  CURRENT PLANS
     /PROGRESS!  CURRENT PLANS INCLUDES (I) INITIATE  EXPERIMENTS  TQ  DETERMINE  FE
     ASIBILITY CTO BEGIN  IN  THE SUMMER OF  19775? (2) FINALIZATIQN OF FIRST YEAR
     RESEARCH OBJECTIVES  AS  BASED  ON  INITIAL FEASIBILTY STUDIES  (IN THE FALL  OF
     19775. PROGRESS DURING  THE IMMEDIATE PAST HAS CONSISTED OF  THE
     PROCESSING  OF A GRANT PROPOSAL,

-------
ASSESSMENT of NEARSHORE  BENTHIC  MICROINVERTEBRATES  IN LAKE MICHIGAN
   START/  COMPt,  DATE  I
    TASK/fPA  CODE  IN608A-026
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  W  R   S*AIN
   INVESTIGATORS  i    s  c  MQZLEY
                     M  W  WINNELL
   MILEl 06/77 -START GRANT
        05/78 -TERMINATE  GRANT
        oe/78 -FINAL REPORT
        OBJECTIVE  OF THIS PROJECT
        COMPOSITION, DISTRIBUTION
                           - 05/78 I FUNDING I £3T. - FY   77  / S
                           / R805333-01  (GRANT)  PRIOR  FY   /
                                                                     753U5
                                                                         1
                                             UNIV.
                                             UNIV.
                                                   OF
                                                   OF
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
THE
THE
    ENVIRONMENTAL  FEATURES  (E.G.*
                              IS TO CONSTRUCT A THOROUGH DESCRIPTION OF
                              AND CORRESPONDENCE TO PROMINENT
                              SEDIMENT TEXTURE, CONCENTRATIONS OF
TOXIC CHEMICALS) OF BENTHIC ANIMALS IN LAKE MICHIGAN, A SET OF 302 SAMPLES
 ARRAYED OVER THE ENTIRE LAKE WAS COLLECTED BY THE CANADA CENTRE FOP
INLAND WATERS IN 1
-------
DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL OF soa OXIDATION IN SMOG

   START/ CQMPL DATE I    07/77 • 07/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  - FY   77  /  $   50000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG625B-EA.04  / R805335-01   (GRANT)   PRIOR  FY76 / $   730001
   PROJECT OFFICER I J J  BUFALINI
   INVESTIGATORS |   0 F MltLER                   BATTEULE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE
                     6 M SVERDRUP                 8ATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE
   MILE!  06/T8 -FINAL REPORT
     THE  IMMEDIATE OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY IS TQ PROVIDE  A NEW AND MORE C
     OMPREHENSIVE BQDY OF DftU USEFUL IN EVALUATING  CURRENT THEORIES FDR THE GA
     S-PHASE OXIDATION OF SO? IN POLLUTED  AIR. THE ULTIMATE GOAL OF THE PROGRAM
     IS TO DEVELOP AND VALIDATE A MQDEL WHICH WILL BE  USEFUL IN PREDICTING SO?
      OXIDATION PATES FOR A VARIETY OF ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS, INCLUDING T
     HOSE FOR PLUMES FROM COMBUSTION SOURCES, URBAN  CORE  SMQG AND URBAN PLUMES,
     AND  LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT OF LARGE AIR MASSES, EXPERIMENTS OF
     80?  OXIDATION WILL BE CONDUCTED WITH  THREE SMOG SYSTEMS! PROPYLENf, A 8
     URROGATE MIXTURE OF URBAN HYDROCARBONS,  AND EARLY"MORNING AIR IN COLUMBUS,
      OHIO." COMPARATIVE DATA FROM THESE THREE SYSTEMS  WILL BE USED TO ASSESS
     THE  ADEQUACY OF EXISTING KINETIC MODELS  FOR 802 OXIDATION AND TO FORMULATE
     MORE UNIQUE MODELS WHE«E NECESSARY,

-------
COAL AND THE ENVIRONMENT - ABSTRACT BIBLIOGRAPHIES

   START/ COMPL  DATE I     05/77  «  10/78  i  FUNDING  I  EST,  -  FY    77   /$    33000
    TASK/EPA CODE IB623B-320     /  R805336-01   (JRANT)   PRIOR   FY76  /           1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I R  D  HILL
   INVESTIGATORS |    J  F 90YER                     BITUMINOUS  COAL RESEARCH INC.
                     v  E SLEASON                  BITUMINOUS  COAL RESEARCH INC.
   HILEI  05/77 -FUNDING PACKAGE  SUBMITTED
         Ofe/77 -AWARD FUNDS FOR  PROJECT
         io/78 -FINAL REPORT  RECEIVED
     THE  OBJECTIVE  IS TO PROVIDE EASY  ACCESSIBILITY  TO  THE  SPECIFIC LITERATURE
     ON  TME  ENVIRONMENTAL  PROBLEMS RELATED TO  COAL PRODUCTION.  THE  PROfl
     LEMS COVERED ARE COAL *INE  DRAINAGE*  DISPOSAL OF THE REFUSE MATERIAL  GENER
     ATED BY COAL MINES AND COAL CLEANING  PLANTS,  AND SURFACE  MINE  RECLAMATION.
      THIS  OBJECTIVE WILL  BE  ATTAINED  BY COLLECTING  ALL RELEVANT INFORMAT
     ION  AND PREPARING, ON AN ANNUAL ROTATING  BASIS,  ABSTRACT  BIBLIOGRAPHIES  OF
     THE  LITERATURE  FOR EACH  SUBJECT AREA, THE REFUSE BIBLIOGRAPHY  WILL
      BE  AVAILABLE  EARLY IN J978 AND THE RECLAMATION  BIBLIOGRAPHY EARLY  IN
     1979.  EACH  BIBLIOGRAPHY  WILL  CONTAIN  A LISTING  OF  REFERENCES TO  THE  «INE
     DRAINAGE BI8LUGRAPHY PUBLISHED IN  1976.  THIS PROJECT  IS  A  CONTINUATION  OF
      WORK  BEGUN AT  BCR IN 1961, CURRENTLY THE HOLDINGS IN  THE  BCR  LIBRARY
     ON  CflAL MINE DRAINAGE ARE THE LARGEST IN  THE  WORLD.  FROM  1964  Tn 1975 BCR
     PREPARED, FOR  PUBLICATION BY  THE  COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,  AN  ANNUAL
     BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ABSTRACTS ON  MINE DRAINAGE,  IN  i*76  EPA  AND THE  COMM
     ONWEALTH SPONSORED THE PREPARATION  BY BCR OF  A  COMPREHENSIVE MINE  DRAINAGE
     BIBLIOGRAPHY,  IN 1975 BCR AND THE NATIONAL  COAL  ASSOCIATION PUBLISHFD A
     BIBLIOGRAPHY ON COAL  MJNED-LAND RECLAMATION,  COLLECTING  OF  MATERIAL  ON
     REFUSE  DISPOSAL BEGAN IN 19741  NO ABSTRACT  BIBLIOGRAPHY  HAS BEEN PREPARED,

-------
            I
DEVELOPMENT OF A TISSUE SELECTIVE
AGENTS PRODUCING DNA DAMAGE
   START/ CQMPL DATE
    TASK/EPA CODE
   PROJECT OFFICER
   INVESTIGATORS |
                       10/77
          I
                    J
                    W

                    T
         IN VIVO BIOASSAY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL

         12/ei i FUNDING i  EST, - FY   77  / »
         R805337-01  (GRANT)  PRJOR  FY   /
                                                          200000
                                                               1
MILE)
05/79

09/79
05/80
09/80
05/81
09/81
12/81
      R
      R
      D
      A
      N J
      R
-MOLECULAR
•PATHOLOGY
•MOLECULAR
•PATHOLOGY
•MOLECULAR
•PATHOLOGY
•COMPLETION
 GARNER
HAPT
WITIAK
KQESTNER
LEWIS
FERTER
 QUANTITATIQN OF
 OF ENU STUDIES
 OUANTITATION OF
 OF OMBA STUDIES
 9UANTITATION OF
 OF BP
  DF STUDY!   FINAL
EFFECTS
EFFECTS
EFFECTS
OHIO STATE
OHIO STATE
OHIO STATE
OHIO STATE
OHIU STATE
OF ETHYL-N
OF 7,12 DI
OF BENZQCG
   UNIVERSITY
   UNIVERSITY
   UNIVERSITY
   UNIVERSITY

   UNIVERSITY
  .NITROSOURfA


DIMETHYL8EN20(GAMMA)A


    1A)PYRENE AND ANA
                                                                   OF
                                         REPORT
  THE LONG-TERM GOAL OF THIS PROGRAM IS THE DEVELOPMENT AND QUANTITATIQN
  A RAPID,  INEXPENSIVE, TISSUE SPECIFIC IN VIVO BOASSAY SYSTEM FOR
  ENVIRONMENTAL CARC INOGENS/MUTAGENS .  IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT ULTIMATELY THIS
  ASSAY WILL PERMIT THE QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE PREDICTION OF THE
   CARCINOGENIC POTENTIAL OF VARIOUS AGENTS ALONE OR IN COMBINATION ON
  ANY TISSUE OR ORGAN IN VIVO, SINCE MOST CARCINOGENS DAMAGE CELLULAR DNA»
   THE ASSAY WILL BE BASED ON AN ANALYSIS OF THIS DAMAGE IN VIVO BY
  EMPLOYMENT OF "ENOHNUCLEASE SENSITIVE SITE ASSAYS IN COMBINATION WITH ONA
  MOLECULAR WEIGHT ANALYSIS (SUCROSE GRADIENT SEDIMENTATION AND GEL ELECTR
  OPHORESIS), QUANTITATIQN OF DNA *ILL §E ACCOMPLISHED BY A NEWLY DEVELOPED,
  SENSITIVE SPECTROFLUORQMATIC ASSAY.  WE WILL OUANTITATE THIS ASSAY 8Y (1)
  USE OF 14C-LA8ELED CARCINOGENS OF HIGH SPECIFIC ACTIVITY (DMBA, BP, AND
  ENU) TO MEASURE THE EXTENT OF BIDDING TO, AND REMOVAL FROM, DNA, AND
  (2) BY COMPARING THE EXTENT OF DMA DAMAGE IN VARIOUS ANIMAL MODEL
  SYSTFMS WITH DIFFERENTIAL TISSUE AND SPECIES SENSITIVITIES TO THE EFFECTS
  OF THESE  CARCINOGENS. FROM SUCH DATA, WE WILL PRODUCE A PREDICTjVf MODEL
  SYSTEM FOP THE RATIONAL EXTRAPOLATION OF THIS INFORMATION TO
  CARCINOGENIC POTENTIALS IN MAN.

-------
KINETICS OF EVOLUTION OF SULFUR-BEARING  GASES  F«OM  BLAST FURNACE SLAGS

   START/  COMPL  DATE I     07/77  -  07/78  I  FUNDING  I  EST, -  FY   77   /  $    12100
    TASK/EPA  CODE  |F6J08«01      /  R805338.01   (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY    /           1
   PROJECT  OFFICER  I  N     PLAKS
   INVESTIGATORS  t    J  F ELLIOTT                   MASS.  INST.  OF TECHNOLOGY
   MILEl 07/77 -START GRANT
        07/78 -COMPLETE GRANT
     OBJECTIVEl  INVESTIGATE  THE  FUNDAMENTAL  PHYSICO-CHEMICAL  FACTORS AFFECTING
     THE FORMATION  OF 302 A^D/OR H?S  FROM  A  REACTION WITH HOT  BLAST
     FURNACE  SLAG AND DESULFURIZATION RESIDUES.  APPROACHJ INVESTIGATE  THE  FUN
     OAMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTIN6  THE FORMATION  OF 302 AND H23  FROM  REACTION WITH
     HOT BLAST FURNACE  SLAGS  AND OESULFURIZATION RESIDUES,  IF  THESE REACTIONS
     ARE BETTER  UNDERSTOOD*  ONE  CAN DEVELOP  MEANS  TO CONTROL  THE EVOLUTION OF
     SULFUR BEARING GASES IMTO THE ATMOSPHERE  FROM  THIS  SOURCE.  INCLUDED
     19  THE STUDY OF  THE EFFECTS OF THf  COMPOSITION  OF  THE  SLAG ON  THE
      PROCESSE9I  IF THE STUDY IS SUCCESSFUL,  TH£ PRACTICALITY  OF
     PROCESS  CONTROL  AS A MEANS  OF ELIMINATING SULFUR EMISSIONS FROM HOT
     SLAG CAN BE  ASCERTAINED. OUTPUTI THE  OUTPUT OF  THIS GRANT WILL BE A
     FINAL  REPORT.

-------
DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN VITRO NEUROTOXICITY ASSAY

   START/ COMPL DATE I     09/77 - 09/80 I  FUNDING I  EST,  •  FY    77   /  J
    TASK/EPA CODE IH615F«7612   / R605339      (GRANT)   PRIOR   FY   /           1
   PROJECT OFFICER 1 R  I  BARON
   INVESTIGATORS »   R  J RICHARDSON               UNIV,  OF  MICHIGAN
   MILEl  09/77 -AWARD GRANT
     A MEMBRANE BOUND PROTEIN,  NEUROTOXIC  ESTERASE (NTE),  FROM NERVOUS TISSUE
     OF THE HEN HAS BEEN SHOWN  TO BE A MOLECULAR TARGET  FOR NEUROTOXIC
     ORGANDPHOSPHQRUS COMPOUNDS. NTE CAN BE ASSAYED  BY  A  DIFFERENTIAL  INHIBITI
     ON PROCEDURE WHICH REMOVES ACITVITY DU| TO IRRELEVANT  ESTERASES.  THf ASSAY
      CAN BE USED TO PREDICT THE NEURDTOXIC POTENTIAL  OF  QRGANQPHOSPHORUS
     COMPOUNDS, TO ENABLE NtUROTOXiciTY ASSESSMENT TO  BE  CARRIED OUT  RAPIDLY ON
     LARGER NUMBERS OF  COMPOUNDS* A COMPLETELY  IN VITRO  ASSAY  SYSTEM  Wiu BE D
     EVELQPED, NTE WILL BE PURIFIED FROM THE RICHEST IDENTIFIABLE TISSUE SOURCE
     AND  IMMOBILIZED IN A SOLID MATRIX OR  LIQUID MEMBRANE SYSTEM FOR  USE
     IN A CONTINUQUS*FLQW ENZYME REACTOR,  SUITA9ILJTY  OF  THE  IMMOBILIZED
      ENZYME WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON KINETIC RESPONSE TO  DIFFERENT
     SUBSTRATES AND INHIBITORS  COMPARED TO NATIVE £NZ¥M£9

-------
fPXDEMJOLnGICAL-MICHOBIOLOGICAL  STUDY  ON  HEALTH  EFFECTS AMONG SWIMMERS
AT LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN IN NE*  ORLEANS
   START/ COMPL  DATE  t     00/77  •
    TA8K/fPA  CODE  ID607A»0«0     /
PROJECT OFFICER 1 V J
INVESTIGATORS | V K
A C
J E
MILEl 10/77 -COMPLETE
09/78 -COMPLETE
THE PURPOSE OF THIS
CABELLI
KTSANES
ANDERSON
DIEM
TRIALS
ANALYSIS
STUDY 18
OF
TO
00/78 I  rjNDlSJG I  F-ST.  - FV   77/1    60OOO
RB05341-01  (5RANT5   PRIOR  FY   /          1

                TULANE  UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIAN
                TULANE  UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIAN
                TULANE  UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIAN
                                     DATA  AND  PREPARE  REPORT
                                     MEASURE THE  HEALTH  EFFECTS  OF  SWIMMING  IN
    SUBTROPICAL  RECREATIONAL  WATERS.  IT REPRESENTS  ONE  APPROACH TO THE
    DEVELOPMENT  OF  WATER  QUALITY  CRITERIA  FOR  THE RECREATIONAL  WATERS
    AROUND  ALL OF THE  NATION'S  CITIES, SPECIFICALLY*  THE  OBJECTIVES ARE  TO  M£A
    SURE  THE  HEALTH  EFFECTS OF  SWIMMING UNDER  VARIOUS CONDITIONS  AND LEVELS OF
     WATER  POLLUTION,  A VARIETY OF  GASTROINTESTINAL AND RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS
    ARE USED  AS  HEALTH  INDICATORS.  DAY-TO-DAY  VARIATION IN MICROBIAL COUNTS
    IN LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN  PROVIDES  THE ENVIRONMFNTAL  LABORATORY FOR STUDY.*
    DIFFERENCES  BETWEEN BEACH-GOERS  WHO SWIM  AND THOSE  WHO DO NOT  WILL ALSO BE
    TESTED. DURING  THE  SUMMER OF  i«?77 WEEKEND  BEACH-GOERS WHO DO  NOT SWIM
    MIDWEEK WILL BE  INTERVIEWED AT  THE BEACH  CONCERNING THEIR EXPOSURE TO T
    HE WATER, ON THESE  DAYS WATER SAMPLES  WILL BE TAKEN AND  ANALYZED FOR FECAL
     COLIFORMSf  ENTEROCOCCl,  KLEB8IEUA,  PSEUDOMONASr AND E, COLI,  TELEPHONE
    CONTACT WITH RESPONDENTS  B«10 DAYS LATER  WILL BE  MADE FOR REPORTS ON
    ILLNESS FOLLOWING  THE  DAY AT  THE  BEACH, THE  ASSOCIATION  BETWEEN SWIMMING
    AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF  ILLNESS  UNDER  THE  DIFFERENT  POLLUTION  LEVELS  WILL
    BE MEASURED  BY  THE  LOG  ODDS RATIO, THE DIFFERENCE IN  PROPORTIONS* AND
    THE RELATIVE DIFFERENCE,

-------
EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION DF DRY DEPOSITION RATES

   START/ COMPL DATE I     06/77 • Ofe/78 I  FUNDING I  EST,  *  FY    77   /  S    40000
    TASK/EPA CODE IG603A.AF-05  / R605342»01  (GRANT5   PRIOR   FY7b  / S   400001
   PROJECT OFFICER I w     LONNEMAN
   INVESTIGATORS i   E    ROBINSON                 WASHINGTON  STATE  UNIVERSITY
                     H    WESTBERG                 WASHINGTON  STATE  UNIVERSITY
   MILEl  06/78 -PROGRESS REPORT
         IP/79 -REPORT  ON LIFE TIMES OF POLLUTANTS
     THE  GOAL OF THIS RESEARCH EFFORT IS TO MEASURE  DRY DEPOSITION  RAUS  FOR
     POLLUTIONS RELATED TO PHOTOCHEMICAL AIR POLLUTION IN TYPICAL  FIELD
     SITUATIONS, A FIELD MEASUREMENT FACILITY FOR MONITORING  THE DEPOS
     ITION VELOCITY OF  SUCH POLLUTANTS AS  SQ2,  03,  AND NQX  WILL  BE  ASSEMBLED.  A
      PORTABLE TOWER WITH POLLUTANT SAMPLING AND METEOROLOGICAL  SENSORS  AT
     FOUR LEVELS BETWEEN THE TOP OF THE UNDERLYING  VEGETATION  AND  A HEIGHT OF  1
     0 M  ABOVE THIS SURFACE VEGETATION WILL BE  USED  TO OBTAIN  PROFILE  ME