United States
Environmental Protection
Agency
Grants Administration
Division (PM-216)
Washington, DC 20460
EPA-GAD/1-79-02
April-September 1979
Research, Demonstration,
Training, and Fellowship
Awards

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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 PB283959, price $21.50

1st Half of FY 1978  (October 1977 - March 1978)
EPA-GAD/ 1-78-03, NTIS Number PB289857, price $9.00

2nd Half of FY 1978  (April - September 1978)
EPA-GAD/ 1-78-02

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  (Octover 1976 - March 1977)
EPA-GAD/ 2-78-01, OTIS Number PB279888 price $11.75

2nd Half of FY 1977  (April 1977 - September 1977)
EPA-GAD/ 2-78-02, NTIS Number PB282687, price $15.25

1st Half of FY 1978  (October 1977 - March 1978)
EPA-GAD/ 2-78-03, NTIS Number and price to be assigned.

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2nd Half of FY 1978 (April - September 1978)
EPA-GAD/ 2-79-01

1st Half of FY 1979 (October 1978 - March 1979)
EPA-GAD/ 2-79-02
                       11

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            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 1s provided for cross-referencing the
            information between Sections I and II.  Section III is
            a cross-walk for use 1n 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,
            Microfiche, $3.00

            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 W7.6 (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.

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                Awards Register; Volume II. Continued

                1st Half of FY 1975 (July 1974 - December 1974)
                EPA-6AD/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 1974)

Volume I.       Lists all awards in Fiscal Year 1974 except Waste
                Water Treatment Construction and Waste Water Treatment
                Reimbursement Awards.  NTIS N-mber 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 Identification,
                program area, grant title, grant number, 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

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Awards Register. Grants Assistance Programs of EPA
Fiscal Year 1972 (July 1971 - June 1972)

This publication 1s currently out of print.  It 1s
available for reference at all EPA libraries and
at EPA Headquarters, Grants Administration Division,
401 M Street SU, Washington, D.C.
                        v.

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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 (37fice 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 Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
20420 for $18.00 and includes changes as Issued.  It 1s 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.

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                 OTHER GRANT-RELATED INFORMATION


     A brief summary of a grant project 1s 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 1s 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) 1s $60.00 per search service for
1 to 50 titles, and an additional charge of 25$ 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.

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REPORTS GENERATED BY GRANT SUPPORTED PROJECTS


     Final reports and other program reports generated by grant
supported projects are published and made available 1f 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

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EPA REPORTS BIBLIOGRAPHY QUARTERLY SUPPLEMENT

(sponsored by Library Systems Branch)


The EPA Cumulative Bibliography^l970 1976 published in December 1976
(NTIS Number PB265920, price quUe 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 information 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.

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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  30308
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  80203

National Field Investigation Center
Room A-1209, Bldg. 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.

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                                                                                                                           PAGE
 GRANT NUMBER      STATE
 800665-135        WA
 601724-010        PA
 603396-018        CA
 603602*050        MN
 803660-035        TX
 803814-033        TX
 603814-034        TX
 603851-037        MN
 803893-032        Ft
 803893.Q33        FL
 803953-025        GA
 803983-034        HI
 804033-035        WA
 804152-034        AK
 804166-032        OH
 804354-017        NY
 804366-025        CA
 804395-034        MO
 804430-033        NC
 804430-034        NC
 804458-022        FL
 804477-024        GA
 804499-023        6A
 804539.040        FC
 604541-022        FL
604546-031         CA
 PROGRAM

 RESEARCH

 DEMONSTRATION

 DEMONSTRATION
 DEMONSTRATION
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH

 RESEARCH

 RESEARCH

 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH

 RESEARCH

 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH

 DEMONSTRATION
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH

 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
RESEARCH

RESEARCH
RESEARCH
 APPLICANT
 WASHINGTON,  UNIV,  OF
 WARREN  CNTY.  SOLID  HASTE  AUTH.
 MOUNTAIN  VIEW,  CITY OF
 ST.  PAUL  METRO.  WASTE CONTROL COMM.
 TEXAS,  UNIV.  OF
 TEXAS,  UNIV.  OF
 TEXAS,  UNIV,  OF
 MINNESOTA, UNIV, OF
 MIAMI,  UNIV,  OF
 MIAMI,  UNIV,  OF
 GEORGIA INST  OF  TECH
 HAWAII, UNIV. OF
 WASHINGTON STATE UNIV,
 ALASKA, UNIV, OF
 CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL RES, FDN.
 NEW  YORK  STATE DEPT, OF ENVRN, CONSERV
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
 WASHINGTON UNIV,
 NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV,  OF
 NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV,  OF
 WEST FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
GEORGIA STATE UNIV,
FORT VALLEY STATE COLLESE
MEDICAL RE8 I OCCUP HLTH,  INST FOR
WEST FLORIDA, UNIV, OF
CALIFORNIA, UNIV, OF

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                                                                                                                           PACE
 GRANT NUMBER
 004554.017
 604563-032
 804577-031
 804585-022
 801588-013
 804594-012
 804600-033
 804612-031
 804613-040
 804617-012
 804620-024
 804641-013
 804647-026
 804683-020
 804686-022
 804687-014
 804691-011
 804696-013
 804733-021
 804736-015
 804743-030
 804750-024
 804763-020
 804764-032
804611-021
804620-032
STATE
MA
NY
NC
NE
WA
PA
MN
OH
OK
UT
CA
FC
LA
PA
MI
Ml
MN
MA
OH
MN
NY
OR
PA
OR
NC
NY
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
 APPLICANT
 ARTHUR  D.  LITTLE*  INC,
 MANHATTAN  COLLEGE
 NORTH CAROLINA,  UNIV, OF
 CREI6HTON  UNIV,
 WASHINGTON,  UNIV.  or
 PENNSYLVANIA,  UNIV, OF
 MINNESOTA, UNIV, OF
 OHIO STATE UNIV, RES, FDN,
 OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV,
 UTAH STATE DIVISION OF HEALTH
 CHINO BASIN  MUN, MATER DIST,
 INSTITUTE POR MEDICAL, RES,
 NEW ORLEANS, UNIV, OF
 ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES
 MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
 WISCONSIN DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES
 WASECA, CITY OF
 WELLESLEY, TOWN OF
 CINCINNATI'  UNIV, OF
 MINNESOTA, UNIV, OF
 NEW YORK STATE DEPT, OF HEALTH
 OREGON GRAD.  CTR, FOR STUDY ft RES,
DREXEL UNIV,
PORTLAND STATE UNIV,
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV,
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST,

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                                                                                                                          PACE
SRANT NUMBER       STATE




804836-022         NJ




604847-036         OK




004847*027         OK




804666*011         MO



804694-012         MD




804696.012         OK




804897-012         CA



804900-015         NY




804900-016         NY



804902-012         IN



804906-014         NY




804917-040         NC



804917-041         NC




804921-031         CO



804932-031         CT



804943-031         DE



804953-032         MN




804976-030         LA




804979-040         NC



804996-033         MN




805008-030         OH




805005-012         NV



805046-013         MI




805059-012         MY




805110-021         LA




805117-013         OM
PROGRAM




RESEARCH



RESEARCH




RESEARCH




RESEARCH




DEMONSTRATION



DEMONSTRATION




DEMONSTRATION



RESEARCH




RESEARCH



RESEARCH




DEMONSTRATION



RESEARCH



RESEARCH



RESEARCH



RESEARCH




DEMONSTRATION



RESEARCH



RESEARCH



RESEARCH




RESEARCH



RESEARCH



RESEARCH




RESEARCH



RESEARCH




RESEARCH



RESEARCH
APPLICANT



PRINCETON UNIV.



OKLAHOMA STATE UNJV,




OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.




MARYLAND, UNIV, OF




BALTIMORE* CITY OF



OKLAHOMA CONSERVATION COMM.




EAST BAY REGIONAL PARK DIST.




CORNELL UNIV,




CORNELL UNIV,




EVANSVlLLEr CITY OF



NEW YORK STATE DEPT. OF ENVRN, CON8ERV




NORTH CAROLINA, UNlV, OF



NORTH CAROLINA, UNlV, OF



COLORADO STATE UNIV.




SUM INST FOR MATH AND SOCIETY (SIMS)




E.I. DUPONT DE MENOURS & CO.,  INC.



MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF



LOUISIANA STATE UNlV. & A&M COLLEGE



RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST,




MINNESOTA, UNIV, OF



OHIO STATE UNIV,




NEVADA, UNIV, OF



MICHIGAN STATE UNIV,




WYOMING, UNIV, OF




TUUANE UNIV,



DAYTON, UNIV, OF

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                                                                           PACE
GRANT NUMBER
805141-021
805143-030
805150-030
805175-013
805183-030
805164-030
805189.013
805210-030
805222-022
805229-030
805239-030
805242-011
805263-011
805282-013
805284-011
905292-030
805293-020
805293-030
805297-030
805305-012
805313-030
805318-020
805319-030
805325-021
805329-030
805339-030
STATE
IL
KY
FC
MD
CO
NC
OH
OR
NY
NY
NY
OK
HA
OR
MO
TX
IL
IL
MO
GA
MA
AZ
UT
IL
CO
• •, >*
MI
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
 APPLICANT
 IIT  RESEARCH  INST.
 KENTUCKY,  UNIV.  OF
 TORONTO, UNIV. Of
 MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE,  UNIV. OF
 COLORADO STATE UNIV.
 NORTH CAROLINA,  UNIV. OF
 FARM BUREAU DEVELOPMENT  CORP.
 OREGON STATE  UNIV,
 DUDLEY OBSERVATORY
 MANHATTAN  COLLEGE
 NEM YORK UNIV.
 OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV,
 WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
 OREGON STATE  UNIV,
 MISSOURI DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES
 BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
 ILLINOIS,  UNIV, OF
 ILLINOIS,  UNIV. OF
MISSOURI,  UNIV, Of
GEORGIA, UNIV. OF
WASHINGTON, UNIV, OF
ARIZONA, UNIV. (HLTH SCI CTR)
UTAH STATE UNIV,
OEPAUL UNIV,
COLORADO STATE UNjV,
MICHIGAN,  UNIV. OF

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                                                                                                                           PAGE
 GRANT NUMBER
 805340-020
 605342-021
 805571-020
 605391-030
 805400-030
 805403-020
 805407-021
 805410-030
 805417-012
 805418-012
 805419-030
 805420-030
 805429-030
 805431-031
 805436-012
 805436-020
 805443-014
 605443-020
 905445-014
 805453-020
 805455-030
 805456-020
 805469-012
 605476-030
805488-011
805493-017
STATE
LA
MA
NH
MT
FL
KS
OR
CA
DC
CA
OK
MA
MO
IL
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
AR
KS
CT
SC
IL
RI
MA
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
 APPLICANT
 GULF SOUTH RES. INST.
 WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
 MANCHESTER WATER HORKS
 MONTANA STATE UNlV,
 FLORIDA* UNIV. OF
 KANSAS STATE UNIV,
 OREGON STATE UNIV.
 CALIFORNIA* UNIV. OF
 UNITED STATES DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE
 WOODWARD CLYDE CONSULTANTS
 OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
 WHEATON COLLEGE
 MISSOURI* UNIV, OF
 ILLINOIS. UNIV, MEDICAL CTR.
 HEIDELBERG COLLEGE
 HEIDELBERG COLLEGE
 CINCINNATI* CITY OF
 CINCINNATI* CITY OF
 CINCINNATI* UNIV.  OF
 ARKANSAS STATE GAME I FISH COMM
 KANSAS* UNIV,  OF (CTR FOR RES)
 YALE UNIV.
CHARLESTON, COLLEGE OF
 ILLINOIS* UNIV,  OF
RHODE ISLAND*  UNIV, OF
NEW ENGLAND FISHERIES STEERING  COMM.

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                                                                                                                            PAGE
 GRANT NUMBER
 605497-020
 805497-021
 005527*020
 605532-030
 605552-030
 605563-020
 805565-012
 805571-020
 605595-030
 805612-022
 805621-012
 805624-021
 605624-030
 605629-014
 605636-012
 805637-020
 805643-020
 805655-020
 805655-021
 805661-015
 805665-012
 805678-011
 805680-020
 805689-020
805693-020
805725-030
STATE
FL
PL
MA
CA
HA
HI
HI
OH
NC
MA
MI
MI
MI
IL
MT
PA
OH
FL
FL
AK
NV
MN
CA
DC
OH
CO
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
 APPLICANT
 FLORIDA*  UNIV.  OF
 FLORIDA.  UNIV.  OF
 WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
 CALIFORNIA,  UNIV, OF
 MASSACHUSETTS iNSTt OF  TECH.
 MICHIGAN  STATE  UNIV.
 MICHIGAN  TECH,  UNIV,
 OHIO  AGR.  RES » OEV.  CTR,
 NORTH CAROLINA  STATE  UNIV.
 MASSACHUSETTS*  UNIV.  OF
 MICHIGAN,  UNIV.  OF
 MICHIGAN  STATE  UNIV,
 MICHIGAN  STATE  UNIV,
 CHICAGO METRO,  SAN. DIST.
 MONTANA STATE UNIV.
 DREXEL UNIV.
 OHIO  STATE UNIV,
 REEDY CREEK  IMPROVEMENT DIST,
 REEDY CREEK  IMPROVEMENT OIST
 WAINNRIGHT,  CITY  OF
 NEVADA MENTAL HEALTH  INST.
 MINNESOTA* UNIV,  OF
 CALIFORNIA.  UNIV, OF
 HOWARD UNIV.
CINCINNATI,  UNIV. OF
DENVER, UNIV, OF

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                                                                                                                           PACE
 BH*NT NUMBER      STATE
 805730-020        HI
 805731-012        AZ
 805738-020        PA
 605748-012        PA
 805753-012        WA
 805762-020        FL
 805768-011        IL
 805774-020        OR
 805781-012        NY
 805785-010        NY
 805788-020        CA
 805788-021        CA
 805788-022        CA
 805789-011        LA
 805704-020        IL
 805795-012        MA
 805796-020        MI
 805809-020        WA
 805812-020        OH
 805812-022        OH
 605819-020        PA
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805846-020         *A
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH

DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH

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RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
APPLICANT
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.
GENERAL BATTERY CORP.
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
METAL FINISHERS FDN.
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORNELL UNIV.
NEW YORK STATE OEPT, OF ENVRN, CON8ERV
JOHN MUIR INST. FOR ENVRN. STUDIES
JOHN MUIR INST, FOR ENVRN, STUDIES
JOHN MUIR INST, FOR ENVRN. STUDIES
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. I A&M COLLEGE
IIT RESEARCH INST.
BOSTON, CITY OF
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
WASHINGTON, STATE OF
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST,
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST,
THOMAS JEFFERSON
NORTH TEXAS STATE
RUTGERS UNIV.
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER RES,

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GRANT NUMtSCR
805663-020
805664-OU
805877-020
805697-020
805699-020
605907-011
805909-011
805912-020
805916-020
805918-015
805916-020
805920-011
805921-012
805926-020
805931-020
805935-020
805955-021
805939-020
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805953-012
805956-012
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805971-020
STATE
Cm
IL
AR
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UT
NJ
TX
OR
NY
MO
MO
DC
CO
CC
VA
MT
MT
CO
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VA
MI
MI
MD
MD
VA
OH
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
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RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
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 APPLICANT
 NATIONAL, WATER WELL ASSOC,
 IIT RESEARCH INST,
 ARKANSAS, UNJV,  OF
 RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST.
 UTAH,  UNIV,  OF
 RUTGERS  UNIV.
 SOUTHWEST RES. INST,
 OREGON STATE UNIV,
 MANHATTAN COLLEGE
 WASHINGTON UNIV.
 WASHINGTON UNIV.
 ENVIRONMENTAL  LAW INST,
 COLORADO,  UNIV, OF
 DENVER,  UNIV,  OF
 VIRGINIA  POLY  INST  &  STATE
 MONTANA  STATE  UNlVi
 MONTANA  STATE  UNIV,
 DENVER,  UNIV.  OF
 CALIFORNIA,  STATE OF
 VIRGINIA  INST, or MARINE SCIENCE
 MICHIGAN,  UNIV, OF
 MICHIGAN,  UNIV. OF
JOHNS HOPKINS, UNIV, OF
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV,
WILLIAM » MARY COLLEGE
CINCINNATI, UNIV, OF

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 CRANT NUMBER
 805972-011
 805972-020
 805974-017
 8Q5979-020
 805966-020
 805990-020
 805994-011
 805999-020
 806002-020
 806004-020
 806005-020
 806009-012
 806020-020
 806022-012
 806032-011
 806032-020
 806034-020
 806042-020
 806043-011
 806046-011
 806048-013
 806049-020
 806051-020
 806059-020
 806061-012
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STATE
GA
GA
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IN
IL
CA
Ml
CA
VA
DC
KO
ME
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TX
OR
OR
MI
CA
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PA
PA
CD
IA
CA
IL
PROGRAM
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
APPLICANT
MOREHOUSE COLLEGE
MOREHOU5E COLLEGE
VIRGINIA INST, OF MARINE SCIENCE
BUTLER UNIV.
RU8H-PRE8BYTERIAN-ST, LuKE'S MED CTR
SRI INTERNATIONAL
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA* UNIV. OF
VIRGINIA INST. OF MARINE SCIENCE
HOMARD UNIV.
WASHINGTON UNIV.
MAINE* UNIV, OF
MINNESOTA* UNIV, OF
HOUSTON* UNIV, OF
OREGON, UNIV. OF HLTH SCI CTR
OREGON* UNIV, OF
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV,
CALIFORNIA* UNIV, OF
KENT,  CITY OF
TEXAS* UNIV, OF
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV,
8U8BUEHANNA UNIV,
COLORADO STATE UNIV,
IOWA,  UNIV, OF
STANFORD UNIV.
IIT RESEARCH INST.

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10
GRANT NUMBER
806065-020
806066-020
606072-080
606072-023
806074-020
806083-020
806084-011
606067-020
606093-020
806094-01 1
806102-014
806121-012
806124-011
806130-013
606132-013
806143-020
606156-012
606159-020
606175-011
606175-020
806164-020
806169-01 t
806194-011
606195-020
806208-020
606210-020
STATE
MI
MA
PI
Rl
MD
MN
MN
OR
CA
CO
HA
FL
WA
FL
OH
FL
CO
MI
MN
MN
IN
MO
TX
ID
NJ
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
APPLICANT
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
TUFTS UNIV.
RHODE ISLAND, UNIVi OF
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
OREGON STATE UN1V,
SRI INTERNATIONAL
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
WEST FLORIDA, UNlVt OF
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
FLORIDA STATE UN1V,
CINCINNATI INST.
FLORIDA STATE UNIV,
DENVER, UNIV. OF
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
MINNESOTA* UNIV, OF
DEPAUW UNIV,
CHESAPEAKE RESt CONSORTIUM
TEXAS, UNIV, OF
IDAHO, UNIV. OF
PRINCETON UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV, OF

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                                                                                  11
 GRANT NUMBER
 806212-020
 806213-020
 806211-013
 806219-010
 806224-020
 806200-020
 806255-020
 806256-020
 806257-020
 806262-011
 606269.011
 806270-020
 806271-020
 806274-020
 806274-021
 806277-020
 806279-020
 806282-020
 806285-010
 806287-020
 806290-OtO
 806303-020
 806304.011
 806305-011
806307-011
806316-020
STATE
MS
AL
MI
TX
OR
OH
TN
PA
CA
CA
IL
CA
NJ
OR
OR
TX
PA
HN
FL
OR
Ft
NM
IL
CO
FL
sc
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
 APPLICANT
 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI! UNlV, OF
 AUBURN UNIV,
 MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
 TEXAS, UMV, OF
 OREGON STATE UNIV,
 CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
 TENNESSEE TECH UNIV,
 PHILADELPHIA WATER DEPT
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV, OF
 CALIFORNIA OEPT. OF WATER RES,
 IIT RESEARCH INST,
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV, OF
 NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECH,
 OREGON GRAO, CTR, FOR STUDY
 OREGON GP.AO. CTR. FOR STUDY
 TEXAS AiM RES.  FDN.
 THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIV.
 MINNESOTA, UNIV, OF
 FLORIDA,  UNIV.  OF
 OREGON STATE UNIV.
 FLORIDA,  UNIV.  OF
 NEW MEXICO,  UNlV, OF
 ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
 COLORADO  STATE  UNIV.
 MIAMI, UNIV, OF
CLE*SON UNIV.

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 GRANT NUMBER
 806321-010
 606330-010
 806301-011
 806341-012
 606343-011
 806357-012
 606366-020
 606371-012
 606373-010
 606376-010
 806387-020
 606390-010
 806391-020
 806392-01t
 806396-011
 606399-010
 806400-010
 806411-010
 606416-010
 806416-010
 806421-010
 806422-011
 806426-010
 806439-011
806457-011
806461-010
STATE
TX
OK
NY
NY
MD
CA
AL
IN
FL
OH
WA
NY
IL
GA
CA
CA
NC
NV
FC
MI
NC
IL
sc
PA
nv
VA
PROGRAM
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
 APPLICANT
 TEXAS PEST MANAGEMENT  A5SOC,
 OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
 NEW  YORK STATE ENERGY  RES  t DEv,
 NEW  YORK STATE ENERGY  RES, t  OEV  AUTH
 MARYLAND OEPT, NATURAL RESOURCES
 BAY  AREA GOVTS,  ASSOC. OF
 AUBURN UNIV.
 AMERICAN PESTICIDE CONTROL ASSOC.
 FLORIDA, UNIV. OP
 CENTRAL  STATE  UNlV.
 WASHINGTON, UNIV. OF
 ROCHESTER,  UNIV, OF
 ILLINOIS,  UNIV,  OF
 EMORY  UNIV. SCHOOL OF  MEDICINE
 CALIFORNIA  DEPT  OF HEALTH SERVICES
 LOS  ANGELES CNTY SAN.  DIST
 DUKE UNIV,
 NEVADA,  UNIV,  OF
 JERUSALEM, HEBREtf UNIV  OF
 MICHIGAN OEPT  OF PUBLIC HLTH
 NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV.
 WESTERN  ILLINOIS UNIV,
CLAFLIN COLLEGE
 ALLEGHENY COLLEGE
DESERT RESEARCH INST.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF  BIOLOGICAL SCI

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                                                                          PAGE
;R*NT NUMBER
506465-010
906474-010
906490*010
906491-010
906498-010
906517-010
806510-010
60651 9-0 10
806520-010
806535-OlU
806540-010
806541-010
806558-010
806561-010
806563-010
806569-010
806572-010
806582-010
606583-010
806586-010
806586-011
806588.010
806589-010
806592-010
806593-010
806595-010
STATE
OH
FL
OR
Co
CA
CO
MO
NY
co
OH
HA
TX
MD
MN
CA
Ml
CT
IL
NJ
CO
CO
FC
NY
GA
NY
CO
PROGRAM
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
APPLICANT
NATIONAL MATER WEU A8SOC.
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
OREGON STATE UNIV,
COLORADO STATE UNIV.
GEORGIA INST, OF TECH
COLORADO, UNIV, OF
MARYLAND, UNIV, OF
MANHATTAN COLLEGE
DENVER, UNIVt OF
DAYTON, UNIV, OF
WASHINGTON STATE DEPT, OF ECOLOGY
TEXAS, UNIV, OF
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVi
MINNESOTA* UNIV. OF
CALIFORNIA DEPT OF HEALTH SERVICES
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
SIA« INST, FOR MATH I SOCIETY
ILLINOIS INST, OF TECH,
NEW JERSEY STATE DEPT OF ENVRN PROT
COLORADO, UNIV, OF
COLORADO, UNIV, OF
HEBREW UNIV.
UNITED ENGINEERING TRUSTEES, INC.
GEORGIA, UNIV. OF
NEW YORK UNIV. MEDICAL CTR,
COLORADO STATE UNIV,

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 GRANT NUMBER      STATE
 806597-010        Hi
 806600-010        MI
 806603-010        IA
 806606-010        MO
 606606-011        MO
 606616-010        PA
 806622-010        MA
 806625-010        MD
 806626-010        CO
 606626-012        CO
 806629-010        CA
 806630-010        MA
 806631-010        CA
 806632-010        MN
 806637-010        MA
 806638-010        OM
 606640-010        NY
 606641-010        KS
 606644-010        PA
 806645-010        TX
 806648-010        NY
 806649-010        PA
 806650-010         MI
 806651-010         FL
806652-010         CA
806653-010         OH
 PROGRAM
 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
 APPLICANT
 CRANBROOK INST.  or  SCIENCE
 MICHIGAN, UNIV.  OF
 IOWA  STATE UNIV.
 WASHINGTON UNIV,
 WASHINGTON UNIV,
 TEMPLE  UNIV,
 MASSACHUSETTS  INST*  OF  TECH,
 HAGERSTOWN, CITY OP
 COLORADO  STATE UNIV.
 COLORADO  STATE UNIV,
 HARVEY  MUDD COLLEGE
 BOSTON  UNIV.
 STANFORD  UNIV.
 MINNESOTA, UNIV,  OF
 MOSES LAKE IRRIGATION & REHABILITATION
 OHIO STATE UNIV.
 ONONDAGA  CNTY,
 KANSAS, UNIV, OF
 PITTSBURGH, UNIV, OF
 SOUTHWEST RES, INST,
 RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST,
 FRANKLIN  INST.
MICHIGAN, UNIV, OF
FLORIDA STATE UNIV,
CALIFORNIA, UNIV, OF
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST,

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 GRANT  NUMBER
 806654.010
 806657.010
 806658-010
 606661.010
 806663-010
 806669.010
 806671-010
 806672.010
 806673*010
 806677.010
 806677-011
 806678.010
 60668Q.010
 806683.010
 806684.010
 806665-010
 806686.010
 806688.010
 806690-010
 806693.010
 806697-010
 806699-010
 806700-010
 806701-010
896702-010
806704-010
STATE
IL
NC
CO
CA
NY
OH
TN
OH
DC
NC
NC
WA
MO
WA
FL
AZ
WA
FL
IN
FL
PA
PA
MA
MI
NY
CO
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
APPLICANT
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
NORTH CAROLINA AIT STATE UNIV,
COLORADO STATE UNIV,
CALIFORNIA) UNIV, OF
INTERNATIONAL LEAD ZINC RES ORG INC
CINCINNATI* UNIV. OF
VANDERBILT UNIV,
OHIO AGR. RES » OEV, CTR.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV.
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
NORTH CAROLINA, UNIV, OF
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV,
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV,
FLORIDA, UNIV, OF
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
SEATTLE, CITY OF, WATER DEPT,
SOUTH FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
NOTRE DAME, UNIV. OF
FLORIDA STATE UNIV,
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTINGIM/UERIALS
FRANKLIN IN8T,
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV. OF
NATIONAL SANITATION FOUNDATION
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGRS,
DENVER URBAN DRAINAGE 1 FLOOD

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16
GRANT NUMBER
806705-010
806707-010
806709-010
806711-010
806712-010
806714-010
806715-010
806718-010
806719-010
806732-010
806724-010
806726-010
806728-010
806729-010
806734-010
806735-010
806736-010
806742-010
606743-010
806744-010
806746-010
806747-010
806753-010
806754-010
806757-010
606769-010
STATE
CA
NH
DC
LA
OK
FL
FL
CA
FL
Ft
PA
TN
GA
CA
CA
RI
CA
NY
TX
FL
FC
IL
VA
MI
OH
SO
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
 APPLICANT
 CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
 DARTMOUTH  COLLEGE
 NATIONAL CTR FOR RESOURCE  REC  INC
 TULANE  UNIV.
 OKLAHOMA,  UNIV. OF
 FLORIDA, UNIX,, OF
 CENTRAL FLORIDA, UNIV.  OF
 ATMOSPHERIC  RES. GROUP
 FLORIDA A&M  UNIV.
 MIAMI, UNIV.  OF
 PITTSBURGH,  UNIV. OF
 TENNESSEE, UNIV. OF
 SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE
 SRI INTERNATIONAL
 CALIFORNIA DEPT OF HEALTH  SERVICES
 RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
 ORANGE CNTY,  MATER OIST.
 SUNY RESEARCH FDN
 TEXAS, UNIV. OF
 FLORIDA* UNIV. OF
 GEORGE J.  SHELLEY
 ILLINOIS,  UNIV, OF
ESTUARINE  RES. FDN.
 EAST CENTRAL MICHIGAN PLANNING ft DEvEL
 WRIGHT STATE UNIV,
 SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES & TECH

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 GRANT NUMBER
 606771-010
 806772-010
 806776-010
 606777-010
 806700-010
 806782-010
 806783-010
 806784-010
 806785-010
 806785-011
 806787-010
 80679Q-010
 806791-010
 80679}-010
 806795-010
 80*798-010
 806799-010
 806801-010
 806602-010
 806605-010
 606809-010
 8«6614-010
 606615-010
 806617-010
696619-010
806620-010
STATE
TX
NY
MA
CA
OR
TN
DC
NY
Wl
MI
CA
HI
PA
TX
AZ
OK
TX
MN
MA
CA
NY
IA
PA
NY
IL
NY
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
DEMONSTRATION
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
 APPLICANT
 TEXAS AIM RES. FDN,
 ROCHESTER. UNIV. OF
 NEW ENGLAND AQUARIUM
 SALK INSTITUTE, THE
 OREGON STATE UNIV,
 KINGSPORT, CITY OF
 WASHINGTON METRO COUNCIL OF GOVT
 NEW YORK STATE DEPT. OF ENVRN, CON5ERV
 MARQUETTE UNIV,
 MARQUETTE UNIV,
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV, OF
 HONOLULU CITY & CNTY
 GANNON COLLEGE
 TEXAS A&M RES. FDN.
 ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
 OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV,
 TEXAS, UNIV, OF
 MINNESOTA, UNIV.  OF
 MASSACHUSETTS INST, OF TECH.
 CALIFORNIA* UNIV, OF
 MANHATTAN COLLEGE
 ION* STATE UNIV,
PITTSBURGH, UNIV.  OF
CLARKSON COLLEGE  OF TECH,
ILLINOIS, UNIV,  OF
NEW YORK STATE DEPT. Of HEALTH

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                                                                                                        ie
 GRANT NUMBER      STATE
 606821-010        CO
 806624-010        DE
 606625-010        TX
 806628-010        MY
 806829-010        NJ
 806836-010        OR
 606838-010        OR
 606839-010        NY
 806641-010        HA
 806844-010        CA
 806653-010        MD
 606654-010        NJ
 606655-010        Ml
 806856-010        MI
 806861-010        NY
 806864-020        hi
 806865-010        NJ
 806866-010        MS
 806869-010        DC
 606671-010        PA
 806674-010        MA
 806875-010         CO
 606876-010         SC
 806876-012         SC
806878-011         Ml
 606679-013        wl
 PROGRAM
 DEMONSTRATION
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 DEMONSTRATION
 DEMONSTRATION
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 DEMONSTRATION
 DEMONSTRATION
 DEMONSTRATION
 DEMONSTRATION
 DEMONSTRATION
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
 RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
 APPLICANT
 DENVER  SD.  OF  MATER COMMISSIONERS
 DELAWARE, UNIV, OF
 TEXAS AIM RES. FON.
 MANHATTAN COLLEGE
 RUTGERS UNIV,
 OREGON  DEPT OF ENyRN QUALITY
 OREGON  OEPT OF ENVRN QUALITY
 NEW YORK STATE OEPT, OF ENVRN CONSERV
 WASHINGTON, UNIy, OF
 CALIFORNIA INST, OF TECH
 MARYLAND STATE DEPT MEALTH&MENTAL HYG
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NEW JERSEY STATE DCPT, OF HEALTH
 MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIV,
OFFICIAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS ASSOC OF
PENNSYLVANIA, UNIV, OF
ARTHUR 0, LITTLE* INC,
COLORADO STATE UNIV,
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV.  OF (MED)
SOUTH CAROLINA* UNJV,  OF
WISCONSIN,  UNIV,  OF
WISCONSIN,  UNIV.  OF

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806891-oto
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806897-010
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WASHINGTON, STATE OF
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AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY
CONNECTICUT OEPT OF ENVRN PROT
WYOMING, UNIV, OF
WYOMING, UNIV, OF
STAMFORD, CITY OF
SYRACUSE RES, CORP,
IOWA, UNIV, OF
TEXAS TECH UNIV, 3CH OF MED
RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UMV,
FLORIDA DEPT OF ENVRN REGULATION
DUKE UNIV,
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ST, LOUIS CNTY DEPT OF COMMUN HEALTH
MIDWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE
UTAH STATE DIVISION OF HEALTH
THORNTON, CITY OF
NORMAN, CITY OF
JEFFERSON PARISH DEPT  OF PUBLIC UTIL
JEFFERSON PARISH OEPT  OF PUBLIC UTlL
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IIT RESEARCH INST.
IDAHO DEPT OF HEALTH t WELFARE
OKLAHOMA, UNIV, OF

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806963-010
806967-010
806970-010
806971-010
806972-010
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806978-010
806980-010
806982-010
606983-010
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806987-010
806988-010
806989-010
806990-010
806991.010
606993-010
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CO
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PA
OE
OH
OH
NJ
NJ
OR
OH
MN
WY
MD
NH
CA
NO
ID
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OH
NC
NE
DC
WA
NM
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 NEW  ORLEANS, CITY Of
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 COLORADO STATE OEPT. OF HEALTH
 MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY
 YORK, CITY OF
 DELAWARE DEPT OF NAT RES 1 ENV CONTROL
 OHIO DEPT OF HEALTH
 CINCINNATI, UNIV, OF
 NEW JERSEY STATE OEPT OF ENyRN PROT
 NEW JERSEY STATE OEPT OF ENVRN PROT
 PORTLAND, CITY OF
 MENTOR, CITY OF
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 WYOMING, UNIV, OF
 MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
 NEW HAMPSHIRE BUREAU OF OCCUP HEALTH
 NATIONAL CITY, CITY OF
 NORTH DAKOTA STATE DEPT. OF HEALTH
 BOISE, CITY OF
BROOKLINEf  TOWN OF
AKRON, CITY OF (HEALTH DEPT)
EAST CAROLINA UNIV.
LINCOLN DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
ASSOCIATION OF METRO SEWERAGE AGENCIES
WASHINGTON  STATE DEPT. OF ECOLOGY
 SANTA f€ HEALTH t ENVIRONMENT OEPT

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807009-010
907011-010
807012-Olu
607013-010
607016-010
807018-010
807025-010
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807028-010
807031-010
607033-010
607048-010
607051-010
807053-010
807054-010
807055-010
807060-010
807063-010
807060-010
8o7o73-OtO
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MI
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 ILLINOIS*  UNIV.  OF
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 IONA,  UNIV.  OF
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 OREGON STATE UNIV.
 LOUISIANA  STATE  UNlV,
 FLORIDA DEPT, OF ENVRN. REGULATION
 CALIFORNIA*  UNIV, OF
 ARIZONA STATE UNlV.
 RHODE  ISLAND, UNIV. OF
 MINNESOTA, UNIV. OF
 SOUTH CAROLINA,  UNlV, OF
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 WASHINGTON STATE UNIV,
 RESOURCES  FOR THE FUTURE
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 CHICAGO, CITY OF
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HARVARD COLLEGE
CHEMICAL COATERS ASSOC.
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COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
MONTANA STATE UNlV,

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 GRANT NUMBER
 607097-015
 807101-010

 807103-010
 807105-010
 607106-010

 607107-010

 807108-010

 807110-010
 807114-010

 607115-010

 807120-010
 807121-010

 807122-010
 607124-010

 807125-010
 607128-010

 607130-010

 807131-010

 807132-010

 807133-010
 607134-010

 807141-010

 807145-010

807146-010
8o71«8-010
807150-010
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RESEARCH
RESEARCH
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RESEARCH
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 EAST  CHICAGO  SAN  OlST
 MISSISSIPPI DEPT  OF  AGRI  &  COMM
 JOHN  MUIR  INSTt FOR  ENVRN.  STUDIES
 ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
 MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIV.
 VIRGINIA POLY  INST * STATE  UNIV,
 TEXAS*  UNIV. OF (HLTH  SCI CTR)
 SAN JOSE STATE UNIV. FON
 GEORGIA INST.  OF  TECH.
 PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV,
 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV,  OF
 SOUTHWEST  RESEARCH INST,
 IOWA  STATE UNIV,
 WASHINGTON, UNIV,  OF
 DENVER, UNIV,  OF
 HARVARD UNIV,
 MISSOURI,  UNIV. OF
 ASSOC. OF  CENTRAL  OKLA, GOVTS.
 MERRILL-PALMER INST,
 MISSOURI,  UNIV, OF (ROLLA)
 CORNELL UNIV,
 MASSACHUSETTS  INST. OF TECH,
CLEMSON UNIV.
 WORLD RADIATION CENTER, DAVOS
CHESAPEAKE RESEARCH CONSORTIUM, INC.
 SRI INTERNATIONAL

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 807l6i-OlO
 807167-010
 807169-010

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 607160-010

 807182-010

 807181-010
 807189-010

 807191-010
 807192.Q10
 807202-010

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 807211-010
 807215-010
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 607230-010

 807232-010

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 807241-010

807256-010

921264.010
STATE
IL
LA
IA
NC
CA
FL
CA
AR
IL
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CO
Ml
CO
GA
CA
MO
MA
CA
NJ
DC
MT
OR
MT
IL
PROGRAM
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
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DEMONSTRATION
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RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
 APPLICANT
 ILLINOIS, UNIV,  OF (URBANA)
 NEW ORLEANS*  UNIV.  OF
 IOWA,  UNIV,  OF
 RESEARCH  TRIANGLE  INST,
 CALIFORNIA,  UNIV,  OF
 WEST FLORIDA, UNIV, OF
 CALIFORNIA STATE WATER RESOURCE CTL BD
 ARKANSAS, UNIV, OF
 TASK FORCE ON THE  FUTURE OF ILLINOIS
 ENVIRONMENTAL RES  MQMT,, INC.
 COLORADO  DEPT OF HEALTH
 MICHIGAN  DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
 DENVER, UNIV, OF (COLORADO SEN)
 GEORGIA,  UNIV. OF
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV, OF
 MARYLAND, UNIV,  OF
 MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
 BODEGA BAY INST  OF POLL ECOLOGY
 TEANECK,  TOWNSHIP OF
 NATIONAL ASSOC RETIRED  TEACHERS
 MONTANA STATE UNIV.
 OREGON STATE  UNIV,
 MONTANA STATE UNIV,
CHICAGO, CITY OF

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     MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                            TITLt
CHANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     ANAHO     GRANT ANA8D
                                                      ALABAMA
** RESEARCH  **

AUbUKN  UNIV.
     AUtfUKN
 AUBURN  UNIV.
      AUBURN
 *»  FELLOWSHIPS  **

 ETHKIUGfc,  S.
                      HOBbS, E. H,
MtTA80LI3H OF POLrAROMATIC HYDROCARBONS
BY OXIQASES OF MARINE ORGANISMS

                      ROU3E, K.
OXIDATION AND CONJUGATION OF CARCINOGENIC
HYDROCARBONS IN MARINE ANIMALS
                      TUSKEGEE
80621302    CONT  79/09/Ob
80636802    CONT  79/07/30
91130601    INCR  79/07/05
S51,538
 *1,6«3
                                            WATER  DUALITY  CONTROL
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                                                                  BARSOATE, K,             60«15203    INCH  79/07/«J3
                                            OIL SPILLS: EFFECTS ON ARCTIC LAKE SYSTEMS
             CITY  OF
                                                                  NAYAKIK, C.
                                            ALASKA VILLAGE RESEARCH PROJECT
80566101
                                                                 79/05/23
$27,500
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          SANDRA
      f-AIKBANKS
                      ALASKA, UNIV. OF
ENVIRONMENTAL TECH^ULOGY
91139601    ME*   79/07/19
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      MUNICIPALITY
                                           TITLE
                                                                 PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                 FELLOW
                                                                                          GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                                                                     GRANT     AnARD     GHANT AMARU
                                                      ARIZONA
** RESEARCH **

ARIZONA STATE UNIV.
     TEMPE
ARIZONA, UNIV. (MLTH SCI CTR)
     IUCSON
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
     TUCSON
ARIZONA, UNIv. OF
     TUCSON
ARIZONA, UNIV. OF
     IUCSON
                                                                 KARASEK, F.
                                           DEVELOPMENT OF MICROEXTRACUUN PROCEDURE
                                           TO ANALYZE TOTAL CARBON AND ORGANIC COMPOUNDS FROM DICHOTQM
                                                                                           80702801     NEft    79/08/10
                                                                            M.
                                            POLLUTANTS,  AERO-ALLERGENS  AND  RESPIRATORY
                                            DISEASE
                                                                                          80531802    CONT  79/09/11
                                                                 FULLEH, rt                80573101
                                           APPLICATION LAPIDUS-AMUNDSON SOLUTE MOVEMENT
                                           MODEL TO PREDICT SOIL ATTENNUATION OF LEACHATAGE METALS

                                                                 rfENDT, J. 0.             60668501
                                           FUEL NITROGEN MECHANISMS IN LAMINAR OPPUSED
                                           JET DIFFUSION FLAMES

                                                                 BUHN, H.                 80679501
                                           SOIL TREATMENT OF RESIDENTIAL FLUE GASES
                                                                                                       INCH   79/06/21
                                                                                                       NEW    79/06/21
                                                                                                       NEW    79/07/23
                                                                                                                           V30.000
                                                                                                                          1143,710
                                                                                                                           *10, 000
                                                                                                                           »18,280
ARIZONA, UNIv. OF
     TUCSON
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      TUCSON
                                                                 CORY, DENNIS             60710501
                                           ANALYSES OF COSTS AND BENEFITS OF THE USE
                                           OF PESTICIDES IN ARIZONA
                                                                 SIEKHA, R,               90085901
                                           PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUUENTS
                                           IN WATER POLLUTION CONTKOL 4 WATEH SUPPLY
                                                                                                       NE«    79/08/23
                                                                                                      INC*  79/09/Ob
                                                                                                                          SUb.OOO
06-11-80
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                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
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                                               GRANT NO
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DATE UP
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                              AMOUNT OF
                               GRANT AWAR0
** RESEARCH **

ARKANSAS STATE GAf*tE «. FISrt CUMM
     LUTLE ROCK
ARKANSAS, liMIV. OF
          9LUFF
          UNIV. OF
     FATETTEVILLE
** FELLOWSHIPS **

ORYPULCHtR, ANTHONY
     fAYtTTEVILLE
                      HENOERSON, 3,            8054S302
AN EVALUATION OF FILTER FEEDING FISHES
FOR REMOVING EXCESSIVE NUTRIENTS AND ALGAE FROM KASTEwATER
                      DUHART.H.
PRESERVATION AND DETERMINATION OF CR (III)
ANO/OR CR CVI) IN WATERS
                                                                                          80587702
                                 M.            80718201
       AND GRAPHITE AEROSOLl  CHARACTERISTICS
AND POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
BIOLOGY
                      ARKANSAS, UMV. OF
            CONT  79/04/18
                                                           CONT  79/08/27
                                                                                                       NEW    79/09/04
91139501    (ME*   79/07/06
TAYLOR, LIMA
     PAYETTEVILLE
                      ARKANSAS, UNIV. OF
ENGINEERING
                                                                                           91147301     MEW    79/08/02
                                  16,000
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                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD     GHANf AWARD
                                            TITLE
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** RESEARCH  »*

ATMOSPHERIC  RES. GKUUP
BAY  AK£A  GUVTS,  ASSOC.  UF
      BERKELEY
 BODEGA  BAY  IN3T  UF  PULL  ECULUGY
      bEWKELEY
                      ErtSOR, DAVID             60671801
INVESTIGATION OF IHE EFFECT OF ELECTROSTATIC
PRECIPITATOKS, SCRUBBERS, AND BAGHOUSE ON IN-STAC* OPAC
                      DAVIS, J.
BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF STORM^ATER RUNOFF
BY A MARSH/FLOOD BASIN
U.S. NATIONAL MUSSEL
                      RISEBROUGH, R,
                                               80635701
                                               60722301
                                                           NE*   79/08/03
INCH  79/07/05
NErt   79/09/26
                     $70,342
 »7,000
S3S,000
CALIFORNIA  DEPT  OF  HEALTH  SERVICES
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      SACRAMENTO
CALIFORNIA  DEPT  Of  HEALTH SERVICES
      SACRAMfcNTO
CALIf-URNiA  KEPT.  OF  WATER  RES.
      SACRAMENTO
                      AUSTIN, 0.               80639601
INCIDENCE OF CANCER AS RELATED TO INDUSTRIAL
EMISSIONS IN CONTRA COSTA COUNTY
                      HIGGS, JOHN              60656301
HEALTH RISKS FROM VIRUSES IN RECLAIMED
WASTE WATERS
                      WESOLOWSKI, J.           60673401
SAMPLING AND ANALYTICAL PROBLEMS IN AIR
POLLUTION MONITORING
                      KOYASAKA,  J.              00626201
WATER CONSERVATION AND THE DROUGHT
                                                                 79/09/OS
                                                           NEW   79/04/02
                                                           NErt   79/07/31
                                                           INCR  79/06/25
                     S92,164
                     S94,7U
                     131,QUO
CALIFUKNIA  iNSr.  UF  TECH
     PASADENA
CALIFOKNiA  STATE  .vATEK  RESOUKCE  CTL
     SACRAMENTO
CALIFOKMIA,  STATE  OF
     SACRAMENTO
                      SEINFELD,  J.             60664401
DEVELOPMENT OF A MATHEMATICAL MODEL ATMOSPHERIC
AEROSOL DYNAMICS

                      MARTIN, C.               60718001
SEMINAR UN AGIUACULTURE SYSTEMS FOR hAST£WATER
TREATMENT
                      GHIRELL1,  R.  P.
RURAL WASTEhATER DISPOSAL ALTERNATIVES
                                                                                          60594201
                                                           NE«   79/09/26
                                                           NEW   79/06/31
                                                           INCH  79/06/29
                     >&5,000
                    I113.133
06-1l-8u
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      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOn
                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                          GRANT     AMAKD     GRANT AWARD
                                                   CALIFORNIA
 **  RESEARCH  **

 CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  Of
      BERKELEY
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV.. OF
      RIVERSIDE
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
      RIVERSIDE
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
      IRVINE
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
      IRVINE
 CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     BERKELEY
                      COOPER, R,               60430602
ASBESTOS IN DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLIES & CANCER
INCIDENCE IN 5 CALIFORNIA COUNTIES

                      PITTS, JAMES             80454603
MEASUREMENTS OF HELOCENATEO POLLUTANTS
& OTHER TRACE GASES IN THE TROPOSHERE

                      TAYLOR, 0.               00541003
IMPACT OF OKIUANT AIR POLLUTANTS ON A WESTERN
CONIFEROUS FOREST ECOSYSTEM

                      MOLINA, M.               80553202
CHEMICAL REACTIONS OF ATMOSPHERIC HALOGENATED
SPECIES

                      OLSON, B.                80568002
ASSESSMENT AND IMPLICATIONS OF 6ACTERIAL
REGROWTH AND WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

                      CASIDA, J.               80599902
PYRETHROID CHEMISTRY AND TOXICOLOGY
                                                           INCR  79/07/17
                                                           INCH  79/05/24
                                                           CONT  79/06/19
                                                           CONT  79/08/22
                                                           CONT  79/07/05
                                                           CONT  79/05/16
                     164,948
                     seo.ooo
                     S75,000
                     S76.0S2
                     460,000
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     RIVERSIDE
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     LOS ANGELES
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     RIVERSIDE
CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
     LOS ANGELES
                      PITTS, J,                80604202
INVESTIGATION OF FILTER ARTIFACTS WHEN
SAMPLING AIRBORNE ORGANIC PAKTICULATES

                      PRUPPAChEK, H.           80625702
SCAVENGING OF GASES AND AEROSOL PARTICLES
BY CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION IN THE ATMOSPHERE

                      THOMPSON, R.             60627002
DEVELOPMENT OF A PROTOCOL FUR TESTING EFFECTS
OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES ON PLANTS
                      MUSTAFA, M.
PULMONARY EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS RELATED
TO ENERGY CONSUMPTION
                                               60665201
                                                           CONT  79/05/25
                                                           CONT  79/07/17
                                                           CONT  79/07/20
NEW   79/08/15
S66,V86



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$75,892
06-11-80
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     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD
                  AMOUNT OF
                   GRANT AHARD
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** RESEARCH  **
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV. OF
     RIVERSIDE
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
     LOS  ANGELES
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
      RIVERSIDE
                      PITTS, J.                60666101
DEVELOPMENT OF DETAILEDPROTOCOALS AND SCREENING
PROCEDURES FOR ATMOSPHERIC FATE OF ORGANIC TOXIC SUB
                                               60670501
                                                           NEW   79/07/17
                      EDINGER, J.
SUMMARIES OF THE OCCURRENCE OF REDUCED
VISIBILITY REGIONS AND ASSOCIATED LARGE-SCALE WEATHER SYSTEMS
NEn   79/06/22
                      PITTS, JAMES
MEASUREMENT OF TRACE GASES IN THE AIR
                                               60678701
NEW   79/06/21
                     £09,951
                                                                                • <|t)(499
                                                                                539,819
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
      LA  JOLLA
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
      BERKELEY
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
      BERKELEY
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
      DAVIS
CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
     ttEKKELEY
CHINO BASIN  MUN,  MATER  OIST,
     CUCAMONGA
HARVEY «UDO COLLEGE
                      GOLDBERG, t.
MUSSEL WATCH — EXTENSION TO HISTORICAL
RECORDS AND THE NOVEL POLLUTANTS

                      TREZEK, G.
EFFECTS OF CARBON FIBER COMPOSITE MATERIALS
IN SOLID HASTE PROCESSING

                      KING JUDSON, C.
SOLVENT EXTRACTION OF ORGANIC PRIORITY
POLLUTANTS FROM WATER

                      TANJI, K.
NON-PUINT SOURCE SEDIMENT PRODUCTION IN
THE COLUSA BASIN DRAINAGE AHEA
                                               60680501
                                               60701101
                                               60702701
                                               60716901
                                               80721101
                      ROwE, GORDON,  A.
ANALYSIS OF RISK/BENEFIT DECISIONS OF PESTICIDE
USE AFFECTING THE ECONOMY OF CALIFORNIA AND OTHER ST
                      FERGUSON, R.             80462002
REDUCTION OF SALINE POLLUTION OF THE GROUNDwATEK
AfTKIBUTtD TO DAIRY OPERATIONS
                      KOK, GREGORY
ATMOSPHERIC MEASUREMENTS OF FORMALDEHYDE
AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
                                               60662901
NEW   79/09/26
NEW   79/07/16
NEW   79/08/02
NEW   79/06/27
                                                                 79/08/27
                                                           INCR  79/09/19
NEW   79/06/25
                                                                                550,000
                                                                                59V,822
                                                                                •90,000
                                                                               1270,000
                    •200,000
                                                                                •36,656
                                                                                •76,661
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                                            TITLE
                                                                  PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                  FELLOW
                                               GRANT  NO   TYPE  OF    DATt  OF    AMOUNT OF
                                                           GRANT      A«ARQ      GRANT AWAHD
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** RESEARCH **

JOHN MUIR iNsr. FUR ENVK-M.  SIUOIES
                       ML1HER, E,
REGIONAL  VISIBILITY:   THE COLORADO PLATtAU
80578802    CONT  79/04/0«
                                                                                           60S7B602    INCR  79/05/24
                                                                                           80578802    INCR  79/09/19       S37,537
JUHN MU1H INST. FUr( ENVHIi*. STUUItS
LOS AiMGfcLES C'JTY SAN. UIST
SALK INSTITUTE, THE
         P1EUQ
SAN JUSt STATE
     SAI>J JOSE
                      OLKUwSKI,  *.              00710301
UKBAN AND SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL PEST MANAGEMENT
DATA SYSTEMS
            NE*   79/09/05
                      CHEN, C.
              ASSESSMENT OF THE  HEALTH
IMPACT ON GROUNDWATEH RECHAKGE

                      KOUd, GEUKGE
DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIORAL METHODOLOGIES
FOR TOXICOLOGY:  BRAIN REINFORCEMENT  SYSTEMS

                      MARTIN, JOHN
EPA MUSSEL HATCH GRANTS
80639901    NEt*   79/07/19
80677701    NEW   79/08/26
80711001    NEH   79/09/26
490,000
120,Obi
SOUTHtKN CALIFORNIA, UixilV. (IF
     LUS ANGELES
SRI INTERNATIONAL
SRI  INTERNATIONAL
           PARK
                      PUFFER, H.
POTENTIAL HA2ARO TO MAr>i OF  POLLUTED  FISH
CONSUMPTION

                      SINGH, H,
ATMOSPHERIC MEASUREMENTS OF  TOXIC  ORGANIC
CHEMICALS
80712001    NEW   79/09/06
80599002    CONT  79/08/28       *127,955
                      HENDRY, DALE              8060V302
THE ROLE OF AROMATIC HYOROCARbUNS IN  PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG FORMATION
            CONT  79/07/26        $74,418
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      MUNICIPALITY
                                                                  PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                  FELLOW
                                            TITLE
                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE UF   AMOUNT Of
                                                          CHANT     ANAKU     CHANT AWARD
                                                   CALIFORNIA
** RESfcAKCh  •*

SRI  INTERNATIONAL
 SKI  INTERNATIONAL
      MfcNLO  P/lRK
 STANFORD  UNlv.
      STANFORD
 STANFORD  UNIV.
 rtOOD«ARL> CLYDE CONSULTANTS
      SAJ FRANCISCO
 **  DEMONSTRATION **

 CALIFORNIA  D£PT UF HEALTH SEKV1CES
      btRKELEY
EAST  BAY  REGIONAL PAKK
      UAKLAND
                      SINGH,
LUNG-TERM MEASUREMENTS JF SELECTED TRACE
CONSTITUENTS IN THE TROPOSPHERE

                      RE«£RT, C.
ELECTROPHYSIOL06IC EVALUATION OF NEURUTOXIC
HAZARDS RELATED TO ENERGY

                      EUSTIS, R.
INVESTIGATION OF FLUID BEP COMBUSTION OF
MUNICIPAL SuLID HASTE

                      ROBERTS, PAUL
RfcMJVAL OF ORGANIC PRIORITY POLLUTANTS
BY VOLATILIZATION DURING WASTEWATER TREATMENT

                      SARTOR, J.
HATtK QUALITY AND BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF
URbAN RUNOFF ON COYOTE CREEK
80672901
80/15001
60606101
60663101
60541801
MOUNT A JIM  VIErt,  CITY UF
     MOUNTAIN  VIE^
                      LITTLE, ROSS             60705501
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL COMMUNITIES
DEMONSTRATE MOTOR VEHICLE NOISE ENFORCEMENT TECHNIQUES

                      TRUDEAU, R. C.           80489701
LAKE RESTORATION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT
BY DREDGING ft CHEMICAL TREATMENT (TEMESCAL LAKE;

                      CARLSON, JOHN A.         60339601
SHORELINE REGIONAL PARK GAS RECOVERY PROGRAM
                                                           NEW   79/07/10
                                                                 79/08/30
                                                           INCH  79/04/24
                                                           NEK   79/07/26
                                                           INCR  79/04/27
                                                           NEW   79/00/28
                                                           INCR  79/05/24
                                                           INCR  79/09/05
 169,395
 S62,637
S200,OUO
»106,000
 105,000
                                 128,000
                                 171,132
                                 13U,000
NATIONAL CITY,  CITY  OF
     NAI10NAL  CITY
UKANlit CNTY.  «ATEH  UlST.
     FU'JNTAlw VALLEY
                      GERSCMLER,MALCOLM        80698001
NATIONAL CITY COMMUNITY NOISE PROGRAM START-UP
INCLUDING - IMPLEMENTATION OF NOISE ORDINANCE.
                      ARGO, DAVID
DEMONSTRATION OF THE TECHNOLOGY FOR POTABLE
REUSE OF
80673601
            NEW   79/06/28
                                                           NEW   79/09/06
                                                                                »12,OUO
1815,000
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                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
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                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUiMT UF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD     GRANT ArtAMO
                                                   CALIFORNIA
 **  TRAINING  **
 CALIFORNIA STATE  UNIV.
      LONG BEACH
                      REED, WILLARD            90106301    NEW   79/09/25       $1.5,367
HAZARDOUS 4ASTE MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
 CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  UF
      DAVIS
                      CHANG, DANIEL
AIR POLLUTION AREA TRAINING CENTER GRANT
                                               90080002
CONT  79/09/12
 $79,700
 CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
      BERKELEY
                      LAWRENCE, W.
SANITARY ENGINEERING TRAINING GKANT
                                               90089601
INCR  79/09/05
 CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
      DAVIS
 CALIFORNIA,  UNIV.  OF
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 HOMITZ,  ALLEN  4  ASSOC
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 SIERRA CLUB
      SAN FRANCISCO
                      KRONE, h.                90091201
GRADUATE TRAINING IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR GRADUATE SUPPORT
                      CARROLL, M,
REGIONAL NUISE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER,
 REGION IX
                                               90100501
                                               90107501
                      ALLEN, LAVERDA
IN THE CONDUCT OF INFILTRATION AND INFLOW
STUDIES PROJECT TO TRAIN URBAN MINORITY CONSULTANT ENG
                      POPE, C.
CITIZEN EDUCATION ON THE CLEAN AIK ACT
AMENDMENTS
                                               90076401
                                                                                           90076401
                                                           INCR  79/09/16
NEW   79/08/28
NEW   79/09/26
INCR  79/09/19
                                                           INCR  79/09/26
                      »7,180
 $30,000
$126,411
                                                                                444,282
SIERRA CLUB
     SAN FRANCISCO
SIERRA CLUB
     SAN FRANCISCO
                      KUNOFSKY, J.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN POPULATION COMPONENT
OF EPA COST EFFECTIVENESS GUIDELINES

                      KUNOFSKY, J.
CITIZEN EDUCATION ON TOXIC SUBSTANCES
                                               90101601    NEW   79 /07 ,09
                                               90102901
NEW   79/09/05
  *4,917



 $46,894
06-H-80
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, UNIV. OF
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                      BARbAKO, G,
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
90090001    INCH  79/09/18
                                                                                573,100
3TANFURO UNIv.
     STANFORD
** FELLOWSHIPS **

DURANT, J.
     SACRAMENTO
                      MC CARTY, PERRY L
PkOFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL X. WATER SUPPLY
90080001    INCH  79/09/30
                      CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.   91146701     NEW   79/08/20
CIVIL ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
*9,06*>
                                  »3,000
LEWIS, WILLIAM
     SACRAMENTO
                      CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV,   91141601     NEW   79/00/31
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
SALTEK, MICHAEL
     SAN BERNARDINO
                      SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY    91141501     NEM   79/00/01
WASTErtATEK TREATMENT
                                    ,400
                                                                                          91141501    INCR  79/09/05
SCMAFf'ER,  THOMAS
     LOS ANGELES
                      LOYOLA MAKYMONT UNIV.    91130501     INCR  79/08/31
STATE AGENCY FELLOWSHIP
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                                               GRANT NU
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                                                     COLORADO
 **  RESEARCH  **

 COLORADO DEPT OF  HEALTH
      DENVER
 COLORADO  SCHOOL  UF
      GOLDEN
 COLORADO  STATE  LNIV.
      FOK1  COLLINS
 COLORADO  STATE
      FOR!  COLLINS
 COLORAOU  STATE  UNIV,
      FORT COLLINS
 COLORADO  STATE  UNIV.
      FORT CULLIES
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     FORT
COLORADO STATE 0.x] V,
     FORT COLLINS
COLORADO STATE IWV.
     FOKT COLLINS
COLORADO STATE 0*1V.
     FORT COLLINS
                      MATTER, F,               eormoi
AREAW1DE APPLICATION OF CCP TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
TO STATE ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS
                      BROWN, JAMES
SOB-MICRON SIZE RANCE EXTENSION OF OPTICAL
PARTICLE COONTER
                                               80708901
                                               80493103
                      CRUTZtN
A NOMERICAL INVESTIGATION ON THE ROLE OF
VARIOUS HULOCARSON CHEMICAL REACTIONS ON STRATOSPHERIC
                      NATOSCH, D. F,
INTERACTIONS OF METAL IONS «ITH ORGANIC
LIGANDS IN MATORAL WATERS
                                               60510303
                                               80532903
                      DODO, J. L,
EFFECTS CONTROLLED SOLFOR DIOXIDE FUMAGATJON
PRIMARYMNVERTEbRATE CONSOMERb IN 1IXED PRAIRIE ECOSYS

                      SKOGER80E, R.            80605102
CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION
OF OIL SHALE PROCESSING AND COAL CONVERSION EFFLOENTS

                      O'KEEFE, K.              80609401
APPLICATION OF HOLTIPLE WAVELENGTH SPECTRUSCOPY
TO METAbOLIC STODIES AND MULTI-ELEMENTAL WATER ANALY

                      SIMONS, D.               80630501
PLANNING MODEL FOR SELECTION OF BEST MANAGEMENT
PRACTICE
                      WEDDING, J,
THE DESIGN, FABRICATION AND TESTING OF
AMBIENT AEROSOL SAMPLER INLETS

                      WEDDING, J.
DETERMINATION OF SAMPLING EFFECTIVENESS
OF SELECTED OICHOTOMOOS AMBIENT AEROSOL
                                               80649101
                                               80659501
                                                           NEW   79/09/J2
        79/09/26
  INCH  79/09/05
  CONT  79/06/26
  CONT  79/06/29
                                                           CONT  79/07/20
                                                           INCR  79/06/25
                                                           INCR  79/08/03
  NEW   79/04/16
  NEW   79/04/27
                      9175,000
             S25fOOO
             $61,666
             $65,391
            4164,761
                      £134,607
                       325,750
                       925,000
             •30,000
             120,304
06-11-80
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                                            TITLE
                      PKOJECT DIRECTOR /
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SHANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AWARD
                  AMOUNT OF
                   GRANT AWARD
                                                     COLORADO
«* RESEARCH  **

COLORADO STATE UNIV,
     FURT COLLINS
                      NATUSCH, 0.              80662801
FIELD STUDIES OF blOKEMC SULFUR GASES
AND PARTICULATES IN INLAND AMD COASTAL *ETLANDS

                                               60662901
           'NEW   79/07/H
                                                                                                      INCR  79/09/05
                     476,299
                                 415,000
COLORAUU STATE  UNIV.
     FOHT COLLINS
COLUKAOU  STATE
           COLLINS
COUOKAOU,  UNIV.  OF
     UEsNVER
COLOHAOU,  UNJV.  OF
     BUULDEN
                      REITEK, tUWAR            00665801
REFINEMENT, VERIFICATION AND APPLICATION
OF A LONC-RAN6E TRANSPORT MODEL OF S02 AND SULFATE

                      SAVAGE, E.               80687501
COOPERATIVE EPIUEM10LOGIC PESTICIDE STUDIES
PROGRAM

                      CHAPELL, ».              80592101
CRITICAL REV, & EVAL. OF RES, ON THE IMPACT
OF ENERGY-RELATED
                      CHAPPELL, W.
CHEMISTRY OF RENOVATED HASTEWATER
80651701
            NEW   79/06/19
            NEW   79/04/27
            INCR  79/05/2
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                                           TITLE
                                                                 PKOJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                 FELLOw
                                                                                          GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                                                                     GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                     COLORADO
 **  RESEARCH  **

 DENVER,  UNIV. OF
      DENVER
DENVER, UNIV. OF
     DENVER
DENVER, UNIV. OF
     DENVER
DENVER, UNIV.  OF
     DENVER
DENVER,  UNIV.  OF
     DENVER
DENVEK,  UNIV.  OF  (COLORADO SEM)
     DENVER
 **  DEMONSTRATION **

 COLORADO STATE DEPT. UF HEALTH
      UE'MVER
DENVER W. Of WATER COMMISSIONERS
     DENVER
                      ARMSTRONG, J.
INVESTIGATIONS OF POINT AND NON-POINT SOURCE
EMISSIONS THROUGH CONTROLLED AIRBORNE SAMPLING

                      RINARU, G,
OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTROSTATIC
PRECIPITATORS AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURE AND HIGH

                      PRE3SY.R
OIL SHALE SYMPOSIUM! SAMPLING, ANALYSIS
& QUALITY ASSURANCE

                      LEYDEN, D.
PRECONCENTRATION METHODS FOR TRACE ELEMENT
DETERMINATION

                      F1TZPATHICK, J.
GROUNOWATER/MINERALOGY RELATIONSHIPS FOR
IN SITU OIL SHALE RETORING

                      WESTCOTT, P.
WHO'S WHO IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S R,
DSD OIL SHALE PROGRAM
                                                                 HAZLE, A.
                                           DEVELOPMENT OF STATE w01S£ CONTROL PROGRAM,
                                            A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT (TYPE F)

                                                                 MILLER, K.
                                           POTABLE WASTE REUSE DEMONSTRATION PROJECT
                                                                                          80592602    CONT  79/09/06
60593902

PRESSURE

60615601
                                                                                          60693701
                                                                                          60682101
                                                                                                       CONT   79/05/24
                                                                                                       INCH   79/06/25
                                                                                          60652001    NEW   79/04/16
                                                                                          80712501    NEW   79/09/J9
                                                                                          80720201    NEW   79/09/05
                                                           NEW   79/09/04
                                                           NEW   79/05/14
                                                                                                                           •99, U2
                                                                                                                            175.119
                                                                                                                            $27,000
                                                                                                                            $15,490
                                 $27,486
                              $7,000,000
THORNTON, CITY OF
     THORNTON
** TRAINING **

AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOC
     DENVER

06-n-eu
                                                                 BALDWIN,JACK
                                           THORNTON NOISE-CONTROL ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS
                                           A  CUOPEHATIVE AGREEMENT
                                                                                          80692101
                                                                 HASKINS, 8.              90102701
                                           OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF WATER SUPPLY
                                           FACILITIES ON INDIAN LANDS:  MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT
                                                        PAGE    14
                                                           NEW   79/08/28
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                                  »7,600
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                                                     COLORAUO
*« TRAINING  **

AMERICAN MATER  rtORKS  AS30C.
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COLORADO COALITION  FUR  FULL  EMPLOY
                      HASKINS, B.              90073301    INCR  79/06/19
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT UN SAFE DRINKING
WATER ACT
                      KAHN, ROGER
TRAINING PROGRAM FOR CETA
90101501    NEW   79/08/80
                                  »9,933
COLORADO  STATE
     M.  COLLINS
COLORADO  STATE  UNIV.
     FORT  COLLINS
COLORADO  STATE  iJuJ
     FONT  COLLINS
                      MORRISON, s.
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
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                      MANESS,MT
NATIONAL CENTER FUK MOTOR VEHICLE
CONTROL
                      hAYES, d.
CONTINUATION JF THE RATIONAL CEHTt^ FUk
VEHICLE EMISSIONS CONTROL A'^U SAf-ETY
90085401    INCR  79/09/07
90088501    INCR  79/06/21
                                   S7,03«
            CONT  79/08/06      4500,700
                                                                                           9008B502    INCR  79/09/^6      *2«1,358
COLORADO  STATE
COLORAUO  STATE
           COLLINS
COLORAUU,  UNiv.  OF
NATIONAL CONFERENCE  STATE
                      HAYES, B.U.              9ol0230l
ENVIRONMENTAL "OKKFORCE PLANNING * CUURLIINA ? IUN
PROJECT
                      EVANS, N.
PUttLlC EDUCATION PROGRAM ON LAND
TECHNOLOGIES
901UOU01
                      FOCH, JAKtb              901006U1
NATIONAL NOSIt TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER,
        VIII
                      HOGAN,
STATE LEGISLATIVE SOLIO WASTE PKUJEC1
                                                                                                             79/00/2B
                                                                                           90096001    NE«   79/07/17
                  79/08/10
                  79/09/26      4200,000
                                 130,000
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STATE LEGISLATIVE IMPLE«t^TA TI'JN UF WA7EK
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                         V0096201
                      H£USS, JOM.>J W.
STATE LEGISLATIVE VEHICLE INSPECTION/MAINTENANCE
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                                                                  CAHPEMTER,  SUSAN
                                           COMMUNITY  PROGHAMS  FOH ENVIRONMENTAL
                                           SOLVING  « CU^STITUENCY DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                           V0102101
                                           79/08/02
                                     NE»   79/06/21
                                     NEn   79/08/20
                                                                                 S»i,766
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                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DA It OF   AMOUNT OF
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                                           TITLE
                                                 CONNECTICUT
** RESEARCH **

SIAM 1NST FOR MATH AND SOCIETY  (SIMS)
         CANNAN
                      THOMSEN, D,
STATISTICS t ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
                                               8049J203    INCR  79/07/10
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     INST. FOR MATH *. SOCIETY
         CANAAN
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         HAVfJ
** DEMONSTRATION **

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     HAKlFuRD
                      THOMSEN, U.              60657201
SIMS S YEAR STUDYl  STATISTICS fc ENVIRONMENTAL
FACTORS IN HEALTH
                                                           NEw   79/05/1B
                      CHANG, RICHARD
LASER RAMAN MONITORING OF SULFUKIC ACID,
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                                               80545802    CONT  79/04/27
                      »»ILCOX, J.
COMMUNITY NOISE ABATEMENT
                                               8ut>8970l     NE«   79/09/04
165,000
940,350
$45,644
STAMFURO, CITY OF
     STAFFORD
                      GOFSTAIN,  RALPH          80690001     NEW   79/08/28
NOISE CONTROL & ABATEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT,
 CITY OF STAMFORD
                                                                                J12.170
HAHTFURU, UNIV.  OF
          HARTFORD
                      HEMOND, C.
REGINAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER
                                               90099001     NEW   79/08/28
*30,000
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

LEAVITT, GAKY
     3TUR«S
                      CONNECTICUT, UNIV. OF    91142501    NEw   79/08/13
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
                                                                                 »1,068
PALMlSClANO, GEURGE  G.
     STUKRS
                      CONNECTICUT, UNIV. OF    91147101    NEh   79/06/13
CIVIL H ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
                                                                                 41,338
PIZZUIU, fcKNEST
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                      SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
                                                                                          91141101    NE«   79/06/10
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                                                                         , F,
                                            A BHJAS3AY APPROACH  TU IDEr^TIFYiNG ZETLAND
                                            PLANTS
                      FKENCh, R.
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT HETXEEM PMNESC AND
U.S. EPA NOISE OFFICE

                      HEATH, H,
CHAFERS WORKS rtw TREATMENT PLANT-REMOVAL
OF ORGANIC & ORGAN Q-NITHOGEN COMPONUS FROM
                                                                                           60682«»01     NEW   79/07/17
80694901    Ntft   79/09/18
eO'49'4303    INCR  79/06/28
                                            BIOLOGY
                                                                  UEL4«AR£,  UivIV.
                                               91126801
                                                                                                             79/06/22
                                                                                                                            4^5,000
                                  $76,000
                                   »2|790
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                                         DISTRICT    OF    COLUMbIA
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ASSOCIATION OF METRO SEWERAGE AGENCIES
     WASHINGTON
ENVIRONMENTAL LA*  IHST,
     WASHINGTON
GEORGE WASHINGTON  UNIV.
     WASHINGTON
HOWARD UNIV.
     WASHINGTON
HOWARD UNIV.
     WASHINGTON
NATIONAL  ASSOC  RETIRED  TEACHERS
     WASHINGTON
                      HOUCK, DANIEL
SURVEY AND EVALUATION OF ENERGY EFFICIENT
AIR AERATION SYSTEMS USED IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE TREATMENT
                                               60699001    NEW   79/09/19
                      ANDERSON, ROBERT C.
ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF GOVERNMENTAL RISK
MANAGEMENT POLICIES

                      DAVISt DAVID 0.
INTERACTIONS OF MUTAGENS IN HUMAN POPULATIONS
ANU CULTURED HUMAN CELLS

                      VARMA, M. M.
DETECTION AND CAUSATION SOURCES OF CHLOROFORM
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                      RIER, JOHN
A STUDY OF PEROXIDASE ISOENZYMES IN CALLUS
TISSUES FROM OZONE RESISTANT AND OZONE SENSITIVE PLANTS
                                               60592001    INCR  79/08/01
                                               80667301     NEW   79/06/26
                                               60568902    CONT  79/08/28
                                               60600402    CONT   79/09/16
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                                               80723201     NEW   79/09/26
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ENGINEERING DESIGN CONSIDERATION IN SELECTING
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                                               80670901
                                               8U686901
                      bEROZA,  M.
VALIDATION OF ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY FOR
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                      SPOFFORD,  «.              6069061)1
METHODS DEVELOPMENT FOR ASSESSING ECONOMIC
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT EDUCATION PROJECT ON THE
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ASPEN CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF PERSONAL
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                                               90097401
                                               90094301
                                               90092901
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                                                                                                      NEW   79/04/lb
                                                                 90094401     INCR   79/08/28
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           UUALITY PROJECT
                                                                                          90095601    NEW   79/08/01
                                                                                                  489,927
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                                               90093301     INCR  79/04/18
                                               90095101     NEW   79/08/01
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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE PROJECT
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                                                                                                      NEW   79/08/31
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EDUCATION & TECHNICAL TRANSFER FOR IMPLEMENTING
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                                                                                                                               , 628
                      WILLIAMS, R.
EDUCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL TRANSFER FOR
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                                                                                          90095701    NEW    79/09/26       Sl3b,970
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PROPOSAL TO ASSIST WITH IMPLEMENTATION
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                                                                                           90075701     INCR   79/09/04
                                                                                           90075701     INCR   79/07/17
                                  960,000
                                                                                $50.000
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     WASHINGTON                            COUNTIES AND SOLID  WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                               90094701    NEW   79/04/10       $98,496
NATIONAL ASSOC. OF COUNTIES RES., INC.
     WASHINGTON                            WATER QUALITY
                      WEAVER, R.
                                                                                           90105901     NEW   79/08/24       $70,345
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT
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     WASHINGTON
NATIUNAL ASSOC. OF REGIONAL COUNTIES
     WASHINGTON
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT
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      WASHINGTON
NATIUNAL  GOVERNORS'  ASSOC.
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     WASHINGTON
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TRAINING WATER/SEwER OPERATORS!   AN NOWP
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90096901    NEW   79/04/18      *239,226
                      GRASSO,  R.
STATE INITIATIVES TOWARD IMPLEMENTATION
OF THE RESOURCE CONSERVATION & RECOVERY ACT OF 1976
90U6S602    INCR  79/00/27
BUY QUIET PROGRAM
                      SPANCLER, L.
90104401    Nfcrt   79/00/06
£36,675
                                                                                                                           160,000
NATIONAL NEWSPAPER  PUBLISHERS  ASSOC.
     WASHINGTON
                      ttRISCUE, S.
ENVIRONMENTAL WURKSHOPS
90084301    INCR  79/09/19
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NATIUNAL WILDLIFE  FEDERATION
     WASHINGTON
NATIUNAL WILDLIFE  FEDERATIUN
     WASHINGTON
                      KAMLET, K,
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN TOXIC SUBSTANCES
CONTROL

                      SULLIVAN,  P,
TRAINING PROGRAM FOR CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PLANNING
90090501    INCR  79/09/04
90096101    NE*   79/07/30
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                                               90092101    INCR  79/08/li
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SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT TKAINING
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NATIONAL CONFERENCE OH RIVERS
                                                                                                      NEW   79/09/26
                                                                                                      NEW    79/05/18
                                 1150,000
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URBAN SCIENTIFIC * EDUCATIONAL RES,
     WASHINGTON,
                      COLING, G.               90082301
REGIONAL WORKSHOPS TO INC REASE PUBLIC
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                                                                                                       INCR   79/09/26
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WASTEWATER REDUCTION TRAINING PkOGRAM
                                                                                           90089201
            INCR  79/09/04
                                 $45,000
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     WASHINGTON
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                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF
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FLORIDA  A&M
      I ALLAMASSEE
FLORIDA  STATE  UNIV,
      IALLAHASSEE
                      YUUSEF, YOUSEF
URBAN STORMWATER I, COMBINED WSEwER OVERFLOW
IMPACT ON RECEIVING MATER BODIES
                      OWENS, CLARENCE
THE EXTENT OF EXPOSURE TO MIGRANT CORKERS
TO PESTICIDES AND PESTICIDE RESIDUES
                             o. c,
EFFECTS OF DRILLING MUD ON MARINE ORGANISMS
                                               80671501
                                               60671901
                                               60613001
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FLORlUA  STATE  UNIV,
      IALLAHASSEE
FLORIDA  STATE  UNIV.
      TALLAHASSEE
FLUHlDA  STATE  UNIV,
      TALLAHASSEE
                      WHITE, D.                00614303
EFFECTS OF DRILLING MUD CONSTITUENTS ON
THE SEOIMENTATRY MKROFLORA AND THE BASE OF THE MARINE
                      WINCHESTER,  J.           60665101
AMBIENT AEROSOL ANALYSIS NEAR COAL GASIFICATION
PLANT
                      IxlNCHESTEK, J.
AEROSOL SULFUR TRANSPORT STUDIES
                                               60669301
                                                           CONT  79/07/30
                                                                 79/04/30
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                      SINOLtV,  J.  E,            60540003
LMEMICAL CONTROL OF MAfER DUALITY  IN  DISTRIBUTION
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ThE ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF INTEGRATED CHEMICAL
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                                                                 79/09/05
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     GAINESVILLE
 FLOKIUA, UNIV. OF
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                            H.
ECOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS 9V CYPRtSS SWAMPS
TU TREATED SEWAGE

                      FARRAH, S.
INACIIVATION OF ENTERIC VIRUSES DURING
AEROBIC DIGESTION OF SLUDGE
80629001
NEW
                      NIGG, HERBERT            60647401
EXPOSURE OF AGRICULTURAL LABOR TO PESTICIDES
                                                                 79/06/03
                             A,                80637301    NEW   79/04/27
IMPACT OF STRATOSPHERIC OZONE DEPLETION
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                                                                                                             79/04/10
                                 $1»,577
                                                                                                                           $113,043
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                                 $60,560
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     GAINESVILLE
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     GAINESVILLE
MIAMI, UNIV. OF
     MIAMI
                      MEHTA, A. J,             80668401
MODELING OF FINE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT PROCESSES
FOR TRACKING POLLUTANT MOVEMENT
                      LUNDGREN, 0.
MOBILE SAMPLING SYSTEM FOR LARGE ATMOSPHERIC
PARTICLES

                      DAVIDSON, J.
ASSESMENT OF PESTICIDE LEACHING PROTOCALS
FOR USE WITH TOXIC ORGANIC SUBSTANCES

                      CARPENTER, J.
ISOLATION AND STUDY OF CHLORO-ORGANICS
RESULTING FROM CHLORINATION OF SEAwATER
80671401
                                                                                           00674401
80389303
                                                                                           80389303
                                                                                                       NEW   79/09/12
                                                                                                       NEW   79/08/31
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SOUTHEAST FLORIDA OCEAN OUTFALL STUDY
                                                                                           80630701
             INCH   79/09/05
                      $40,000
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MIAMI,  UNIV.  OF  (SCHOOL OF MED)
      CORAL  GABLES
                      GRA80WSKI, C.            80672301
CARDOVA5CULAK TESTING OF FETUSES AND NEWBORNS
PRENATALLY EXPOSED TO PESTICIDES
                      DUNCAN, R.
EPIUEMIOLOGIC STUDIES PROGRAM
60705101
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      79/09/06
                      »4b,000
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WEST  FLORIDA,  UNIV. OF
60668001
80415802
                      BRAMAN, R.
PRECONCENTRATION ANt) ANALYSIS OF AMMONIA
AND AMINES IN AIR

                      D'ASARO, CHARLES
CYCLING UF ZEN08IOTICS THROUGH ESTUATINE
AND MARINE SEDIMENTS
                      RANGA RAU, K.
TOXIC, SUBLETHAL * LATENT EFFECTS OF SELECTED
PETROLEUM nYDHOCARHUNS * tfARIUM SUUFATt UN HA«IlV£ URUA
                              , P.             60612101
BEHAVIORAL ASSAYS FOR THE EFFECTS OF DRILLING
MUD ON MARINE ANIMALS

                      OGLESBY, J.              60717001
STATISTICAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF CHESAPEAKE
BAY A GULF BREEZE ERL DATA
NE*»   79/06/21
INCR  79/08/01
            INCR
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                     $34,947
                     911(997
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FLORIDA UEPT.  OF  gNtfHN.  REGULATION
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TMIS PROJECT INVOLVES STORMWATEH ABATEMENT
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80691!>01
                      BAKER, RALPH             (J0702501
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT TO ASCERTAIN ASSISTANCE
    vS OF FLORIDA COMMUNITIES RELATING TU uOISt CONTROL
                      ""OSES, THIJMAS
WATtK HYACINTH rtASTt*ATER TKtAT«FNT SYSIEM
NEW   79/09/26
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                                                     FLORIDA
** DEMONSTRATION **
                                                                                          80565502    CONT  79/0«/18
                                                                               $103,660
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flROwARU CMY ENVIRONMENTAL COALITION
     H. LAUDEROALE
FLORIDA CONSERVATION FUN., INC.
     WINTER PARK
FLORIDA, UNIV. OF
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                      BLACKhELDER, b.          90103601
REGIONAL TOXIC PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM
IN BRUfcARD AND PALM BEACH COONTIES, FLORIDA

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REGIONAL TOXIC P08LIC PARTICIPATION PkOGKAM
IN FLORIDA

                      URONE, PAUL              007V9o^
GRAUOATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
            NEW   79/08/31
            NEW   79/08/Si
            CONT  79/07/30
$12,500
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FRIENDS OF THE EVERGLADES, INC,
     COCONUT GROVE
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CEVELIN, JUDITH
     ORLANDO
                      POOGOR, J.               90103701    NE«   79/09/07       $12,500
REGIONAL TOXIC SUBSTANCES PU8LIC PARTICIPATION
PROGRAM IN DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
                      CENTRAL FLORIDA, UNIV    91140301    HE»»   79/07/23        *2,728
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
JOHNSTON, SAMUEL
     TALLAHASSEE
MS/ENV, sci.
                      FLORIDA STATE UNIV.      91H5901    INCR  79/08/20
                                  »2,878
LYNCH, THOMAS
     TALLAHASSEE
                      FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
URBAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING
91141301    NErt   79/08/28
   S803
MCGINN1S, H.
     TALLAHASSEE
                      FLORIDA STATE UNIV.
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ENVRN
POLICY
91130801    INCR  79/07/20
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ATLANTA
FORT VALLEY STATE COLLEGE
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GEORGIA INST. OF TECH
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GEORGIA STATE UNIV.
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ATHENS
MOREMUUSE COLLEGE
PROJECT OIKtCTOk /
FELLO».
TITLE
GEORGIA

GRAiMT NO TYPE OF DATt OF
GRANT AMAKD


wILLIS, I. 80639201 INCR 79/08/31
EFFECTS OF VARYING DOSES OF UV ON MAMMALIAN
SKIN: SIMULATION OF DECREASING STRATOSPHERIC O^ONE
GRUMBLY, I. 80449902 INCR 79/05/24
PATENTIAL BENEFICAL USE OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE
HEAT FOR GREENHOUSE PRODUCTION OF BEDDING PLANTS
POHLANU, F.
CONTROLLED LANDFILL STABILIZATION *ITH
LEACHATt RECYCLE
80395302 INCK 79/07/05
PUHLAND, F. 80649801 NEW 79/05/09
FATE OF HEAVY METALS OUKING LANDFILL STABILIZA T lutv
OF SOLID WASTE MATERIALS »MITH LEACHATE RECYCLE
AMES, WILLIAM
ANALYSIS OF- MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR POLLUTANT
TRANSPORT AND DISSIPATION
AHEARN, DONALD
ESTUARINE SURFACE FILMS
MONK, C,
POTENTIAL IMPACT OF ACIDIFIED PRECIPITATION
ON ELEMENT CYCLING ANO PRODUCTION IN SOUTHERN
W1EGERT, K.
SIMULATION MODELING OF A COASTAL SALT
MARSH
ALLISON, JOHN R.
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF PESTICIDE USE
BENDER, Jt
60711401 NEW 79/09/18
60447705 INCH 79/08/31
60530501 INCR 79/07/20
APPALHIAN
60659201 NEW 79/07/10
80730501 NEW 79/09/05
80597201 INCR 79/06/25
AMOUNT OF
GRANT A4AK


$42,500
$13,489
$16,100
$61,500
$37,2V9
»5,558
1 22, 425
S77.541
1165,000
$4,270
     ATLANTA
DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN VITRO MUTAGENESIS
TEST SYSTEM
06-11-80
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                                                                30

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      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AHUUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                                      GEORGIA
** RESEARCH  **
                                                                                           80597202     CONT   79/09/25
                                                                                $76,664
SAVANNAH  STATE COLLEGE
     SAVANNAH
** TRAINING  «*

ATLANTA  UNIV. CENTER
      ATLANTA
GEORGIA  INST.  OF  TECH,
      ATLANTA
                      GHUMAN, GIAH             80672601
NUTRIENT RECYCLING AND TOXIC ELEMENTS DISTR18.
IN THE MARSHLAND ECOSYSTEM OF THE S.E, ATLANTIC COAST
            NEW   79/08/31
                      ESPY, C.
WATER RESOURCES DUAL DEGREE ENGINEERING
PROGRAMS
90090801    INCR  79/09/19
                      POHLANO, F. G,            90107001     NEw   79/09/26
TRAINING PROGRAM IN HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
 482,200
9125,815
                                 $29,000
06-ll-tfu
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APPLICANT                                                        PROJECT DIRECTOR /       GRArtT NO  TYPE OF   UATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                                 FELLOW                              GRANT     AWARD     GRANT ArtARO
                1                           TITLE
** RESEARCH **

HAWAII, UNIV. OF                                                 SMITH, S,                80396303    INCft  79/05/31       $50,000
     HONOLULU                              RESPONSES UF A TROPICAL ESTUARY TO RELAXATION
                                           OF SEWAGE STRESS

HONOLULU CITY & C^FY                                             CHE« LUN LAU             80679001    NE«   79/09/25      $141,693
     HONOLULU                              LIQUEFACTION OF SEWAGE SLUDGE FOP PRODUCTION
                                           OF SYNTHETIC ASPHALT
Ob-11—80                                                PAGE

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     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PKOJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT Of
           GRANT     AWARD     GHANT A*ARD
                                                        IDAHO
** RESEARCH »*

IDAHO DEPT OF HEALTH & «ELFAK£
     auiSE
                      BROKOPP, C.
IDAHO EPIOCMIOLOGIC STUDIES PROGRAM
80693001    NEW   79/07/23      »250,000
IOAHU, UNIV. OF
     MUSCOW
** DEMONSTRATION **

BOISE, CITY OF
     BOISt
                      BJOKNN, T.
SEDIMENTATION AND PRODUCTIVITY OF
STREAMS
                      BAKEH,SARA
NOISE MONITORING AND ABATEMENT PKOGHAM
80619502    CONT  79/08/28      4134,393
80698301    NEft   79/08/28
** FELLOWSHIPS  **
      , MAKGRIT  VON BKAUN
      MOSCOW
                      IDAHO, UNIV.  OF
ENGINEERING SCIENCE I SAN ENGR
91139701    NEW   79/06/26
MARCHUS, M,
     POCATELLO
                      IDAHO STATE UNIV.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
91133101    NEW   79/09/18
»6,000
ROSS, MitHAEL  0,
                      IDAHO UNIV.  OF
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
91150101    NEW   79/09/04
»6,000
06-11-80
                                                        PAGE    33

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APPLICANT
MUNICIPALITY

** RESEARCH **
CHEMICAL COATEKS ASSOC.
WHEATON
CHICAGO METRO. SAM. OIST.
CHICAGO
OEPAUL UNIV.
CHICAGO
IIT RESEARCH INST.
CHICAGO
IIT RESEARCH INST.
CHICAGO
III RESEARCH INST.
CHICAGO
IIT RESEARCH INST.
CHICAGO
IIT RESEARCH INST.
CHICAGO
IIT RESEARCH INST.
CHICAGO
ILLINOIS INST. OF TECH.
PROJECT DIRECTOR /
FELLOh
TITLE
ILLINOIS

HEUERTZ, M.
EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY
BENEFITS ACHIEVABLE BY COMPUTER PROCESS
GRANT NO TYPE OF OATE UF
GRANT AWARD


80708301 NEW 79/08/21
BRAXTON, J. S, 60S62901 INCR 79/07/31
ENVRN CHANGES AGRICULTURAL BENEFITS FROM
USING MUN SEWAGE SLUOGE/CROP PRODUCTION/STRIP-MINEO SOILS
MURPHY, THOMAS J.
INPUTS OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FROM ATMOSPHERE
TO SAGINAW BAY
ARANYI, C.
EFFECT OF INDUSTRIAL PARTICULATE EMISSIONS
ON ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES
EHRLICH, R.
EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTANTS ON RESISTANCE
TO RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS
FANNIN, K.
DEVELOPMENT & EVAL.UF AN AMBIENT VIABLE
MICROBIAL AIR SAMPLER
FANNIN, K.
STUDY OF MICROeiAL AEROSOLS EMITTED FHOM
A WATER RECLAMATION PLANT
ASE, PAUL
CHEMICAL STA8LIZEKS FOR THE CUNTROL Of
FUGITIVE ASBESTOS EMISSIONS
SHEFNER, ALAN
RESPIRATORY CARCINOGENESIS OF DIESEL FUEL
EMISSIONS AND RELATED SUBSTANCES
PATTERSON, J.
80532502 INCR 79/06/19
60514102 INCR 79/06/02
60579402 CONT 79/04/24
60586401 INCR 79/06/22
60606202 CONT 79/06/29
80626901 INCR 79/06/21
80692901 NEW 79/09/19
80658201 NEW 79/08/20
AMOUNT OF
GRANT AWARD


wo, ooo
£25,963
SS6.000
42,001
4115,000
595,259
$158,782
114,813
1200,000
$60,500
     CHICAGO
CRITERIA TO PREDICT REMOVALS OF SELECTED
PRIORITY POLLUTANTS IN COMBINED TREATMENT SYSTEMS
06-11-6u
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 APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOK /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE OF
         AWARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                     ILLINOIS
** RESEARCH **

ILLINOIS, UNIV. MEDICAL CTR,
     CHICAGO
                      EPSTEIN, SAMUEL
BIOSYNTHESIS OF N-NITROSO COMPOUNDS
80543103
INCR  79/09/18
   J3U.OOO
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     URUANA
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     CHICAGO
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     URbANA
ILLINOIS, UNiv, OF
     URttAMA
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     UHOANA
                      SNOEYINK, V.
REACTION OF ACTIVATED CARBON WITH AQUEOUS
CHLORINE AND OTHER DISINFECTING AGENTS
80529303
                      BABCOCK, L.              60547603
METHODOLOGIES FOR UTILIZATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL
IMPACT ASSESSMENT DATA

                      GIBB, J,                 80630401
GROUNOWATER SAMPLING AND SAMPLE PK JERVATION
TECHNIQUES

                      KARR, J.                 60639102
HABITAT STRUCTURE AND FISH COMMUNITIES
IN nARMwATER STREAMS

                      RUSSELL, S.              80665401
MINERAL MATTER AND TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL
CONT  79/08/06
            CONT  79/07/05
            INCR  79/05/09
            CONT  79/09/1V
            MEW   79/04/27
  S1J6.215



   971,500



   $22,655



   $65,632



   172,742
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     URHANA
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF
     UhbANA
ILLINUI3, UNIV. OF
     URBANA
ILLINOIS, UNIV. OF  (URBANA)
     UKBANA
                      SOU, SHAO L.             80674701
RESEARCH FOR MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL OF
rtlNO BLOW DUST FROM STORAGE PILES

                      ENGELBRECHI, R,          60681901
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR ADVANCE CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY CENTER

                      HOPKE, PHILIP            80/00901
DEVELOPMENT OF MONITORING METHODS TO DETERMINE
THE PRESENCE OF MUTAGENIC COMPOUNDS IN CHICAGO
                      SHANSON, E.
COSTS ANU BENEFITS OF PESTICIDE USE
8071510J
                                                                                                      NEW   79/08/27
            NEW   79/08/01
            NEW   79/08/01
NEW   79/06/27
                                 »15,000
                    $350,000
                    $110,000
  S168.589
06-11«
                                                        PAGE
                     35

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

 RUSH-PRESbYTERIAH-ST.  LUKE'S  *ED  CTK
      CHICAGO
 TASK  FORCE ON  THE FUTURE OF  ILLINOIS
      CARBON0ALE
 WESTERN  ILLINOIS  UNIV.
 **  DEMONSTRATION  **

 CHICAGO, CITY OF
     CHICAGO
 METAL FINISHERS FON,
     CHICAGO
 **  TRAINING **

 AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSUC.
     CHICAGO
ILLINOIS INST. OF TECH.
     CHICAGO
                      PETERSON, l>.             00596602
TYPE A  VIRAL HEPATITIESl  EFFECT OF CHLORINE
ON ANTIGENICITY AND  INFECTIVITY

                      MOREN3, F,               60719401
AN EXPANSION FO THE  CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
ACTIVITIES OF THE  TA3K FORCE ON THE FUTURE OF ILLINOIS

                      TE-HSIU MA               00642201
TRADESCANTlA-MCN-IN-TeTRAD WUTAGEN TEST
FOR ON-SITE MONITORING & FURTHER VALIDATION OF TEST SYSTEM
                      GALLAY.DON               60706301
COMPARATIVE CURoSIDE VEHICLE PASS8Y NOISE
STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NOISE AWARENESS PROG.
            CONT  79/06/07
                      DURKIM, E. P.
METAL REMOVAL & CYANIDE DESTRUCTION USING
A CAR80N FIBER ELECTROCHEMICAL REACTOR
60576001
                      DUEL, WARD               90097201
HEALTH EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION!  AN EDUCATION
VIDEOTAPE
            NEW   79/OS/31
            INCR  79/06/31
            NE«   79/06/Z8
      79/05/22
                      NOLL, KENNETH E.
AIR POLLUTION TRAINING PROGRAM
90080301
            NEW   79/07/23
INCR  79/05/31
S61.341



S2b,000



 SI,500





124,035



$60,000





S30,090



 »fl,800
ILLINOIS INST. OF TECH,
     CHICAGO
                      NOLL, K.
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
90060302
CONT  79/09/05
S66,56S
ILLINOIS INST. OF TECH.
     CHICAGO
                      PATTERSON, J,
PLANNING FOR THE FOURTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION
90095601
NEW   79/05/24
$15,865
                                                         PACE

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      MUNICIPALITY
                                                                  PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                  FELLOW
                                            TITLE
                                               6KANT NO  TYPE OF   DAT£ OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                          GRANT     AWAKD     GRANT AftARO
                                                     ILLINOIS
**  TRAINING  **

ILLINOIS  INST.  OF  TECH.
      CHICAGO
           UNIV.  UF
                      SCMECMTER, H.            90099101    NEW   79/08/31
REGIONAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER, REGION
*5
                      PFEFFER, J.
PROFESSINAL TRAINING IN rtATER TREATMENT
90086001    JNCR  79/08/£8
 **  FtLLU*SHlPS  **

        ,  J.
      CHICAGO
                                            WATER POLLUTION
                      ILLINOIS STATE UNIV.     9U3J301    NE*   79/05/24
                                  »6,OUO
           MARION
                      SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
91KI0201    NEW   79/08/03
43,178
06*1i»
                                                         PAGE    37

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      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NU  TYPE OF   OATt UF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWAHU     GRANT AWARD
                                                      INDIANA
 **  RESEARCH  **

 AMERICAN  PESTICIDE  CONTROL  ASSOC.
      *EST  LAFAYETTE
 SUTLER  UMV.
      INDIANAPOLIS
 DEPAUW  UNIV.
      GKtENCASTLE
 EVANSVILLE,  CITY OF
      EVANSVILLE
 NOTRfc  DAME,  UNIV. OF
     NOTRE OA*£
 »*  DEMONSTRATION **

 EAST  CHICAGO SAN OIST
      E. CHICAGO
 **  TK*INING **

 NATIONAL ENVRN. TRAINING ASSOC.,  IwC,
NOTRE UAME, UNIV. OF
     NOTKE DAME
** FELLOWSHIPS **

MEISS, H.
     INDIANAPOLIS
                      NELSON, L.               so637ioi
RESEARCH & EVALUATION OF FIFRA ISSUES IMPACTING
ON STATE PESTICIDE REGULATORY PROGRAMS

                      MLLPACH, C.             60597802
A CONTINUATION GRANT FOR THE SECOND YEAR
OF THE FACILITATION OF GENERAL UNDERSTANDING

                      GAMMON, J,               60618402
AN INVESTIGATION OF BENTHIC AND FISH COMMUNITIES
OF STOTTS AND EAGLE CREEKS AS RELATED TO THE MODEL
                      MILLS, D. B.
PREVENTION OF FORMATION AND REMOVAL OF
HALOGENATED ORGANIC USING CHLORINE DIOXIDE

                      THEIS, THOMAS
ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT OF INCINERATED
MUNICIPAL SLUDGE ASHES AND LEACHATES
                      RAYKOVICH, T.
EAST CHICAGO TREATMENT LAGOON/DISINFECTION
DEMONSTRATION
                      KINIAS, GEORGE
ASSESSMENT/NEEDS OF WATER AND «ASTE«ATER
INSTRUCTORS

                      IRVINE, R.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ENGINEERING TRAINING
PROGRAM
                      INDIANA UNIV.
60490201
60669001
60709701
90093701
90U82001
91131501
                                                           INCH  79/04/10
                                                           CONT  79/06/21
                                                           CONT  79/06/27
                                                           INCR  79/05/24
                                                           NEW   79/06/31
                                                           INCR  79/09/26
                                                           NEN   79/04/24
                                                           INCH  79/08/27
                                                           INCR  79/08/02
                                 1)0,000
BIOLOGY
                                S120,000
•40.000
*4t,146
122,400
S47.4S4
 k9,492
 $2,679
Ofa-ll-80
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 APPLICANT
                                                                  PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                  FELLOW
                                               GRANT NO
                                            TITLE
                                                         TYPE OF
                                                          GRANT
        DATE Of
         AWARD
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                         IOWA
** RESEARCH **

IOWA STATE UNIV.
     AMfcS
IOWA STATE UNIV.
     AMES
IOMA STATE UNIV.
     AMES
IO*A STATE UNIV.
     AMES
IOMA, UNIV.  OF
      IOWA CITY
IOWA,  UNIV.  UF
     IOWA  CITY
IOMA,  UNIV.  OF
     IO*A CITY
IOMA, UNIV.  OF
     IOWA CITY
** DEMONSTRATION  **

DE8 MO1NES, CITY  OF
     UES MOINES
** TRAINING **

ASSOC OF BOARDS UF CERTIFICATION
     AMES
                      JOHNSON, b,              60660301
SCALE HAZINESS, ORIGIN, SPATIAL-TEMPORAL,
DISTRIBUTION, PROPERTIES AND EFFECTS ON ATMOSPHERIC RAD

                      KORSCHING, P.            60681401
EFFECT OF AGRICULTURAL LAND USE PRACTICES
ON STREAM WATER QUALITY!  SOCIOLOGICAL FACTORS

                      MIRANOWSKI, J.           60708701
EFFECT OF AGRICULTURAL LAND USE PRACTICES
ON STREAM HATER UUALITY ECONOMICS ANALYSIS

                      MENZEL, B.               60712201
EFFECTS OF AGRICULTURAL LAND USE PRACTICES
ON STREAM MATER QUALITYJ  BIOTIC COMMUNITIES

                      SCHNOOR, J. L.           80605902
A PESTICIDE TRANSPORT a 8IOACCUMLAT10N
MODEL FOR CORALVILLE RESERVOIR, IOWA

                      KIRBY, K.                60690301
EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES PROGRAM-PESTICIDES-COOPERATIVE
AGREEMENT

                      MUSTERMAN.J.L,           60701201
THIS PROJECT HILL CUNSIUER SURFACE IMPOUNDMENTS
OF LIQUID WASTES DISCHARGED BY MUNICIPALITIES, INDUS
                      FULLER, JOHN
CITIZENS FUTURE STUDYl  HAZARDOUS MSTE
FACILITY SITING IN IOWA
                                               60716301
                                               60693501
                      VOSLEN,BARRY
DEMONSTRATE THE EFFECT OF  A PUBLIC EDUCATION
GROGRAM IN COMMUNITY WITH  COMPLAINT RESPONSE OHDIANCE
                                                           NEW   79/07/11
                                                           NEW   79/06/13
                      SEIDEL, HAKRIS f.
HATER CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION DEVELOPMENT
                                               90103901
NEW   79/06/26
NEw   79/08/07
                    5332,121



                     S19,816
NEW
NEW
CONT
NEW
NEW
NEW
79/08/21
79/08/28
79/09/26
79/06/28
79/08/10
79/09/12
591,120
S19.U2
*109,512
$478, 567
.,,,„,
•24,745
   S26,297
06-11-80
                                                        PAGE
                     39

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     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT PIKECTDK /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NU  TYPE OF
           GRANT
        DATE UF
         AMARU
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
                                                         I  0
** TRAINING **

ASSOCIATION OF BOS OF CERTIFICATION
     AMtS
        UF CERTIFICATION
                      STRICKEK, a,
DEVELOPMENT OF OPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXAM
SERVICES
90100401
                      CAMPBELL, DAN            90101201
TRAINING SYSTEM EVALUATION SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION
NEW   79/07/05
            NEW   79/07/16
   $90,000
                     960,000
IOWA, UNIV. OF
     IOWA CITY
                      ANDERSON, C.             90096501
REGIONAL NOISE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER
            NEn   79/06/28
                     131,676
06-1i-eu
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APPLICANT

     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOft
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE UF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AMANO     GRANT AMARD
                                                       KANSAS
** RESEARCH **

KANSAS STATE UNIV.
     MANHATTAN
KANSAS, UNIV. OF
     LAWRENCE
KANSAS, UNIV. UF  (CTR FUR RES)
     LAWRENCE
** TRAINING  **

KANSAS, UNIV. OF
     LAWRENCE
                      ELLIS, ROSCOE            60540302
DETERMINATION UF KINETICS OF PHOSPHORUS
MINERALIZATION SOILS UNDER OXIDIZING CONDITIONS

                      DENOYELLES, F.           60664101
EXPERIMENTAL POND STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS
OF AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDES UN AUUATIC FOOD CHAINS.

                      MARTINKO, E.             80545503
PESTICIDE USE REDUCTION THROUGH INTEGRATED
CONTROL PROCEDURES UN MUSK THISTLE (CARDUUS NUTANS)
                      MCKINNEY, R.
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN WATER QUALITY
90087101
            CONT  79/05/31
            NEW   79/05/24
            CONT  79/08/03
INCR  79/08/31
S30,489



$35,109



$75,160





 S3,320
SEDGwiC*  CNTY
     wiCHITA
                      PANKRAT, J.
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES
90106401
NEW   79/09/05
J60.000
*« FfcLLUwSHlPS  **

BRADLEY,  RANDY
     LAWRENCE
                      KANSAS, UNIV.  OF
BIO-ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
91150201
NEW   79/08/10
 *6,000
Ob-ll-80
                                                         PAGE
                     41

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      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE UF
           GRANT     AWARU
                                                                              GRANT
                                                                                    OF
                                                     KENTUCKY
 »*  RESEARCH **

 KENTUCKY,  UNIV.  OF
      LEXINGTON
                      DOKOUGH, H. H.
METABOLISM OF CARBAMATE INSETICIUES
                                               60514303
            CONT  79/05/18
$67,860
             **
 ENVIRONMENTAL  ALTERNATIVES,  INC.
      LOUISVILLE
 IZAAK  WALTON  LEAGUE  OF  KY.,  INC.
     COVINGTON
                      HALLMAN, 0.
REGIONAL TOXIC PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM
IN JEFFERSON CO., KENTUCKY
                                               90106901
                      SUKBEH, 0.               90104301
EXPAND NATIONAL SYNDICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL
TV SHOW 'MAKEPEACE wITH NATURE'
            NEW   79/09/26
                                                           NE«   79/09/J6
$1«,500
                                  >/,000
06-11-80
                                                        PAUE

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 APPLICANT

      MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOw
                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNI OF
                                                          GRANT     AWARD     GRANT A*AHO
                                            TITLE
                                                    LOUISIANA
«* RESEARCH  **

6ULF SOUTH RE3.  INST.
     BATON ROUGE
LOUISIANA STATE  UNIV.
     HA ION ROUGE
LOUISIANA STATE  UNIV.  &  A8.M  COLLEGE
     BATON HOUSE


LOUISIANA 3TATE  UNIV.  8,  ASM  COLLEGE
     BATON ROUGE
NEW OKLEANS,  UNIV.  OF
     NEW ORLEANS
NEK UKLEANS,  UNIV.  OF
     NE"«  ORLEANS
TULANt  UNIv.
     NEW  ORLEANS
TULANE  UNIV.
     NEW ORLEANS
** DEMONSTRATION  **

JEFFERSON PARISH  DEPT  OF  PUBLIC  UTlL
     JEFFERSON
                      GEBHAKT, j               60534002
TOTAL ORGANIC CHLORINE (TOC1) ANALYSIS-INSTRUMENTAL
N FOR DIRECT DETERMINATION IN WATER

                      PATRICK, W,              60701901
DEGRADATION RATES AND SORPTION CHARACTERISTICS
OF SELECTED PESTICIDES UNDER CONTROLLED REOUX POTENT
                      DAY, J.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT UF SUBSTITUTE CHEMICALS
IN AGRICULTURALLY-AFFECTED WETLANDS

                      PATRICK, w.
TRACE & TOXIC METALS IN SLUDGE-AMENDED
SOILS

                      LASETER, J.
FORMATION UF CARCINOGENIC PHOTOOXIDATIUN
PROD, FH. POLYAKUMATIC
                                               80578901
                                               60464/02
                                               80716001
                      LASETfcR, J.
GC-MS ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL CARCINOGENIC
ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN AQUATIC ORGANISMS AND SEDIMENTS
                      GOTTLIEB, M.
WATER SOURCES & CHARACTERISTICS & MALIGNANCY
RATES OF SELECTED SITE IN SELECTED PARISHES OF LOUISIAN
                      REIMERS, R.
INVESTIGATION OF PARASITES IN SLUDGES AND
DISINFECTION TECHNIQUES
                      8RODTMANN, N.
MULTIPLE PROCESS APPROACH FOR REMOVAL UF
ORGANIC SUBSTANCES FKOM DRINKING WATEK
                                               60671101
                                               60692S01
                                                                                          60092501
                                                           CONT  79/09/0<»
                                                                 79/09/12
                                               80197601    CONT  79/08/10
INCR  79/05/09
INCR  79/04/2«
NEW   79/06/13
                                               80511002    INCR  79/04/2**
NEW   79/07/Ob
NEW   79/09/04
                                                           INCR  79/U9/26
                     $97,107
                    4153,702
                     *95,7S7
   SSI,193
      ,000
  4161,395
                     216,924
>1,366,000
                                                                                $54,000
06-11-60
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                                               GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE Of   AMOUNT OF
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                                                    LOUISIANA
** DEMONSTRATION **


NEW ORLEANS, CITY OF

         ORLEANS
** TRAILING **


ECOLOGY CENTER OF LOUISIANA, INC.
         ORLEANS
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF LA., INC,
     BATON ROUGE
                      HAMMOND,JOHN             60693401
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT TYPE D BETWEEN CITY
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                      VINCENT, ROSS            90103301
REGIONAL TOXICS PUULIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM
IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA

                      GOTTLIEB, J.             90103101
REGIONAL TOXIC PUbLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM
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                                                           NEW   79/06/2b
                                                           NEW   79/09/04
                                                                                                       NEW   79/09/12
                                                                                S20,000
                                                                                 »19,774
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                                                        MAINE
** RESEARCH  **

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     URUNO
                      SIMARD, G.               60600901     INCK  79/06/15       110,000
ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS FROM ASPHALT PRODUCTS
**  THA1NJNG  **

MAINE AUUUBON SOCIETY
     FALMOUTH
                      KING, CHEKYL
RURAL SOLID WASTE CASE STUDIES
90097301    NEW   79/06/Oi
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06-11-eo
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** RESEARCH **
CHESAPEAKE RES. CONSORTIUM
ANNAPOLIS
CHESAPEAKE RESEARCH CONSORTIUM, INC.
ANNAPOLIS
HASERSTOWM, CITY OF
HAKERSTOrtN
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
BALTIMORE
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
BALTIMORE
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
BALTIMORE
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
MARYLAND

CRONIN, E,
DEFINITION OF CHESAPEAKE BAY PROBLEMS OF
EXCESSIVE ENRICHMENT OR EUTROPHICATION


60618V01 INCR 79/06/26
CRONIN, E. 60714601 NEW 79/09/05
EVALUATION OF BIOA3SAY METHODOLOGY FOR
APPLICATION TO CHESAPEAKE BAY AND OTHER ESTUARIES
TURKELTAUB, R.
A STUDY OF SE»ER REHABILITATION TECHNJUUES
IN AN AREA OF LIMESTONE GEO-HYDROLOGY
60662501 NE* 79/09/19


.22,054
499,952
145,000
BRICKER, 0. 60596401 INCR 79/07/23 $4,075
CHESAPEAKE BAY EARTH SCIENCE STUDY • ANIMAL
SEDIMENT RELATIONSHIP
OLIVIERI, V.
STABILITY AND DFFECTI VENESS OF CHLORINE,
CHLORAMINE AND CHLORINE DIOXIDE IN WATER
RISBY, T.
EXHAUST EMISSIONS FROM A DIESEL ENGINE
BRUSH, GRACE
80607402 CONT 79/06/28
DISTRUBUTION SYS
80655801 NEW 79/05/25
60666001 NEW 79/09/25
1107,071
.m,ai!
S99,265
     BALTIMORE
JOHNS HUPKINS, UNIV. OF
     bALTIMORE
MARYLAND DEPT. NATURAL RESOURCES
     ANNAPOLIS
MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE, UNIV. OF
     PRINCESS ANNE
BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF CHESAPEAKE BAY AND ITS
TRIBUTARIES

                      8RICKER, 0.              80596301
CHESAPEAKE BAY EARTH SCIENCE STUDY-INTERSTITTAL
      CHEMISTRY

                                               60634301
                      nILSON, H.
EVALUATION OF WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
TOOLS IN THE CHESTER RIVER BASIN

                      HOPKINS, T.
vivo INCORPORATION OF TOXIC ELEMENTS INTO
ANIMAL TISSUES
                                               60517501
                                                           INCR  79/06/28
                                                                 79/08/06
INCR  79/06/15
                                                                                120,000
                    S115,000
                                                                                 »8,6£1
06-11-80
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               GRANT  NO   TYPE  OF    DATE  OF    AMOUNT  OF
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                                                     MARYLAND
** RESEARCH  **

MARYLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     BALTIMORE
MARYLAND,  UNIV.  UF
     COLLEGE  PARK
MARYLAND,  UNIV.  OF
     COLLEGE  PARK
MARYLAND,  UNIV.  OF
      COLLfcGE  PARK
                      HINTON, 0. E.            80486601
DETECTION OF MUTACENIC/CARCINOGENIC ALTERATION
IN FISH AND ITS APPLICATION TO HUMAN HEALTH

                      GENTRY, JAMES            60651801
DEVELOPMENT OF GLASS ARRAY IMPACTORS FOR
SEPARATION OF FI8EROUS AEROSOLS

                      CUMBEHLAND, J.           60697301
EXTENSION OF bENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS FOR
THE REGULATION OF DAMAGE TO THE OZOrtE SHIELD

                      8IRKNER, F.              60706401
AMMONIA REMOVAL FROM STEEL INDUSTRY WASTEWATER
                           INCH   79/04/02
                           NEW    79/05/09
                           NE*    79/08/02
                           NEW    79/09/26
                     S20.1J1
                     543,000
                    $103,000
                     411,700
MARYLAND,  UNIV.  UF
      COLLEGE  PARK
 **  DEMONSTRATION  **

 BALTIMORE,  CITY UF
      BALII MOKE
MARYLA"(Li  STATE  D£PT  HEALTHiMtNTAL HYb
     bAUIMURE
                      NORTON, VIRGIL J.        80721501
ECONOMICS ANALYSIS OF COSTS £ BENEFITS
OF THE USE OF PESTICIDES ON CROP & NON-CROP SITES
                      KUCHTA, F. rt,            80489401
LOCH HAVEN KE3ERVIUK AEHATION DEMONSTRATION
PROJECT
MAX           80085301
^ MAKYLANU
                          NE«    79/09/11
                           INCR   79/04/24
                                                           NEW   79/04/06
COOPERATIVE AGREEMET «ITH STATE
UNDER TSCA
                     S75,000
                     S40,900
                    1230,935
**  TRAINING  **

CHARLES CNTY. COMMON.  COLLEGE
     LA PLATA
                      ENGEL,
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
              90074001
INCR  79/07/17
                                                 »4,000
MARYLANU, UNIV.  UF
     CULLtUE  PAKK
                      CUNNUF, H.
REGIONAL NOISE 1ECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
 KtblUM III
                                                                                           90098701
                                79/06/28
                     $30,000
06-11-60
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** TKAiMlCJG **

POTUMAC HIVER ANO  TMAILS COUNCIL
                      wESELY, f.,
      CONSERVATION HANDBOOK
90105701
                  79/09/26
*3,6oO
** FELLOWSHIPS **

COHEN, A.
                                            COLLEGE  BIOLOGY
                      JUHWS HOPKINS UNIV.      91146601    NEW   79/08/13
                                  »2,500
COVEK, CHAHLES
     tOLLtGfc PARK
                      MARYLAND, UNIV, OF
M.S./CIVIL ENGW./PAKT TIME
                                                                                           91111801     INCH  79/08/10
FILAK, M.
     HALTIHORE
                                                                  CATONSVlLLt  COMMON,
MECHANICAL ENU
                                               91132901    INC»  79/08/02
GLOTFELTY,
                      JOHNS HOPKINS ONIV.      91138201    NEW   79/0.fl/2a
                                            ZOOLOGY
                                                                                                                             »b,000
     COLLEGE PARK
GEOGRAPHY
                                                                  MARYLAND,  UNIV.  OF
                                               91138S01    NEW   79/09/04
                                  S2.3J9
 HOLHOUK, L,
      CuLLEGE  PARK
                      MARYLAND, UNIV. OF
OCEAN ENGINEERING TECH
91146401    NEW   79/07/30
                                                                                                                               I860
LARI*ORt, CHARLES
     COLLEGE PARK
                      MARYLAND, ONIV. OF
GENERAL COLLEGE STUDIES
                                                                                           91137501    N£W   79/08/U
                                    $721
NACE» RICHARD
     OALTIMORE
                      JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
                                                                                           91138601    NEW   79/07/09
                                   41,230
     BALTIMORE
                                                                  JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.       91150301    NEW   79/08/23
                                            GEOLOGY
                                                                                  91,938
06-11-80
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RAMSEY,  «.  L.
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91096601    INC*  79/08/01
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SACHUtVA, NANO
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                      JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.      91130301    NEW   79/06/10
                                  •3,050
SANOtttKli, HARRY
     BALTIMORE
                      JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
91143901    NE«   79/06/29
*5,815
                                                                                           91143901     INCR   79/08/27
SAVILLE,  ROBERT
     CUMBERLAND
                      ALLEGANY COMMUNITY COL   91148801    NEM   79/07/26
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
                                    1963
HILSUN,  H.
     COLLEGE  PARK
                      MARYLAND, UNIV. Of       91111501    INCR  79/08/01
M.S./WATER RESOURCES ENGR./FULL TIME AGENCY
                                    »892
     BALI
          C.
8IOMEUICAL SCIENCES
                      JOHN HOPKINS UNIV.
91136401    NEM   79/07/16
»6,000
06-11-
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** RESEARCH **
AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY
BOSTON
ARTHUR 0. LITTLE, INC.
CAMbKIDGE
ARTHUR 0. LITTLE, INC.
BOSTON UNIV.
BOSTON
HARVARD COLLEGE
CAMbRIDGE
HARVAhD UNIV.
CAMbRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
BOSTON
MASSACHUSETTS INST. UF TECH.
CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.
PROJECT DIRECTOR /
FtLLOw
TITLE
MASSACHUSETTS

SPENGLER, K.
AIR UUALITY MODELING
DE FILIHPI, R. P.
PROCESS FOR ACTIVE CARBON REGENERATION
AND FOR RECOVERY UF HAZARDOUS PESTICIDE WASTES
GRA^T NO TYPE OF
GRANT


80689401 NEW
804554Q1 INCR
UEFILIPPI, K. 80687401 N£h
SUPERCRITICAL FLUID REGENERATION UF ACTIVATED
CARSON FOR TREATING PESTICIDE MANUFACTURING »»ASTE*ATER
ATEMA, JELLE 80063001 N£w
FEEDING, REPRODUCTION AND HABITAT SELECTION
OF LObSTERS CHOMAKUS AMERICANOS)! EFFECTS OF DRILLING
LEIGH, DAVID
HIGH VELOCITY FILTRATION
80708001 NEW
LEIGH, DAVID 80712801 NEW
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN USEPA AND
HARVARD UNIVERSITY TO MEASURE FLOW-VOLUME RELATIONSHIPS IN 3
SOBER, ARTHUR
LABORATORY AND FIELD TRIAL EVALUATION OF
THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF T«0 TYPES OF PERSONAL
BEER, JANUS
REDUCTION OF POLLUTANT FORMATION IN COAL
PARTICLE AND LIQUID FUEL SPRAY FLAMES
MANHEIM, M.
RESEARCH ANALYSING TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED
STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE AIR UUALITY OBJECTIVES
MARKS, D,
80722201 NEW
ULTRAVIOLET
80555203 CONT
80662201 NE*
80680201 NEW
DATE OF
AWARD


79/08/Ob
79/05/15
79/06/19
79/05/24
79/09/05
79/09/06
79/09/26
79/08/28
79/06/19
79/08/31
AMOUNT OF
GRAM AnARD


41UU.UOO
$27,616
$72,362
444,000
S60, 000
$32,928
$89,600
•41,500
9100,000
$44,500
     CAMbRIOGE
PLAN. MODELS FOR URBAN WATER SUPPLY EXPANJ
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                                                MASSACHUSETTS
** RESEARCH  •*

MASSACHUSETTS  INST,  OF  TtCH.
      CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS,  UNIV.  OF
      AMHERST
MASSACHUSETTS,  UNIV.  OF
      AMHERST
NEW ENGLAND  AQUARIUM
      BUSTUN
NE*< ENGLAND  FISHERIES STEERING CUMM,
      NE«  BEDFORD
 TUFTS  UNIV.
     bOSTON
                      ASHFOKO, N.              60714101
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION OF THE AUTOMOBILE!
 AN EXAMINATION OF THE FOREIGN EXPERIENCES AND THE TECH

                      TUTHILL, R.              80561202
HUMAN HEALTH EFFECTS OF ELEVATED DRINKING
WATER SODIUM LEVELS

                      CALABRESE, E,            60670001
DRINKING WATER FACTORS A3 ETIOLOGIC AGENTS
IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

                      MCLEOD, G. c.            eo6776oi
A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF DISCHARGED DRILLING
FLUID ON THE GEORGES BANK ENVIRONMENT

                      NICKERSUN, H.            80549301
ELECTROCHEMICAL TREATMENT OF SEAFOODS PROCESSING
WASTEWATER

                      KRINSKY, N.              60606602
IN VIVO ANALYSIS OF UV-B INDUCED PHOTO-OXIOATION
            NE«   79/09/26
            INCR  79/07/Ob
                  79/05/09
                  79/07/26
            INCR  79/06/10
            CONT  79/09/25
                    $140,816
                     $18,558
                     $41,295
                     $99,905
                     144,000
                     942,500
KHEAfUN  COLLEGE
      NORTON
** DEMONSTRATION **

BOSTON,  CITY  OF
     HUSTON
BROUKLINt,  TU*N  OF
     aROOKLlNE
MASSACHUSETTS  PURT  AUTHORITY
     HOST UN
                      BECK, SIDNEY             80542003
SKELETAL VARIANTS AS AN INDICATOR OF BIOLOGICAL
EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS
                      SCALES, CHARLES          60S79501
DEMONSTRATION OF SWIKL & HELICAL BEND REGULATORS
AS STURM SEV»fcN CONTROL DEVICES
                      WILLIS, PAUL
INTERCOMMUNITY NOISE ABATEMENT PROJECT;
 TOUN OF BRUOKLINE AN.U CI(Y OF NEWTON

                      HI|_LMAN,GKACIA
SOIJNDPROFFING/WEATHEHIZATIUN
                                                                                           00698501
80694101
            CONT  79/09/05
            INCR  79/06/2«
            NEW   79/06/28
NEW   79/08/«J6
                     $38,954
                    S2UO,OOU
431,610
06-11-80
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BOSTON COLLEGE
     «v£STUN
                      BERDAN, M. R.
INTEGRATED IRON & NITKOGEN COKTHOL FOK
LAKE MGMT. (MORSES POND)
                      RIDER, T.
A1H POLLUTiUM TRAINING PHOGKAM
60469601
                                                    79/05/Za      »116,320
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** FELLOWSHIPS **

          MATTHEW
      SU3JUN
                           ENGLAND  SCHOOL OF    91138101    *£*    79/06/28
HISTOKY/PLV SCI
HOGAN,  PAUL
      BOSTON
                       NORTHEASTERN  UNIV.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
                                                                                              91137701    NEW    79/07/30
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      HUSTON
                       NORTHEASTERN  UNIV.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
                                                                                              91147501    NEW    79/OB/06
NINKLtK,  J.
                                                                    BHIOGErtATEK STATE  COLL    91104801    INCR   79/09/25
                                             B.A./EAKTh  SCIENCES
                                                                                      •506
** TRAINING  **
NEW ENGLAND RIVERS CENTER
      SOS ION
                       ARNOLD, THOMAS B.
SECQ3D ANNUAL  NEW ENGLAND RIVERS CONFERENCE
90102501     NEW   79/08/15
$3,325
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                                               GRANT  NO  TYPE  OF    DATfc  OF    AMOUM  OF
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                                                     MICHIGAN
 **  RESEARCH **

 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRI ENGK3.
     ST JOSEPH
                      HAHN, RUSSELL            60701301     NEW   79/06/20       $U,860
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON LIVESTOCK WASTES--1960
CRANBROUK  INsT. OF SCIENCE
      BLUO^FIELD HILLS
 EAST CENTRAL MICHIGAN PLANNING &
     SAGINAW
                             R.                80659701
FLUX OF OKSANIC TOXINS AMU MAJOR NUTRIENTS
IN LARGE LAKE SYSTEMS

                      SYGO, JIM                60675«01
FLOw MODEL OF SAGINA* RIVER
                                                           NEW   79/07/05
                                                           NEW   79/06/25
                                                                               S24V.019
 MERRILL-PALMER INST.
     DETROIT
 MICHIGAN DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
     LANSING
MICHIGAN DEPT OF PUBLIC HLTH
     LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     E. LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     E. LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE
     t. LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     £, LANSING
                      FEIN, GRETA
THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIC TOXINS ON INFANT
DEVELOPMENTS  PHASE I

                      HUMPHREY, H,
EVALOATION OF HUMANS EXPOSED TO *ATER BORNE
CHEMICALS IN THE GREAT LAKES.
                                               60713201
                                               80719201
                                                                                          80641801
                      KELLY, *.
CONVERSION MSIS (MOPEL STATE INFORMATION
SYS) A GRANT TO COVER COMPUTER TIME SHARING COSTS INCURRED

                      MCNABb, C, D.            80504601
EVALUATION OF DREDGING AS A LAKE RESTORATION
TECHNIQUE
                      MCCURMJCH, j.
HUMAN EPITHELIAL CELL METABOLIC ACTIVATION
SYSTEMS FOR USE "ITH HUMAN CELL MUTAGENESIS
                                               eo5S63o2
                      GOODMAN, t.              60562402
ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES TO ALTERNATIVE PESTICIDES
IN THE ENVIRONMENT

                      GOODMAN, E.              60562403
ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES TO ALTERNATIVE PESTICIDES
IN THE TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT!  A SYSTEMS APPROACH
                                                                                                      NEW   79/09/26
                                                                                                      NEW   79/09/26
                                                           NEW   79/04/16
                                                           INCR  79/05/31
                                                                                                       CUNT   79/09/26
                                                           INCR  79/06/06
                                                           CONT  79/08/28
$306,446
  S7,960
 J52.661
 481,290
 SOU,000
06-11-80
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                                                    MICHIGAN
** RESEARCH **

MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     fc. LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     E. LANSING
                      GAGEi STUART             60573002
DEVELOPMENT OF PROCESSOR-BASED HIERARCHICAL
SYSTEM FOR COMMUNICATION OF INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT

                      HAYNES, 0.               80603402
DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF A MULHPEST AGROECUSYSfEM
            CONT  79/09/26
            CONT  79/08/21
       000
  *159,782
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     E. LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     E. LANSING
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
     t. LANSING
MICHIGAN TECH. UNIV.
     MOUGHTON
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
     ANN A Hi BUR
MICHIGAN, UNIV. UF
     AHN AR8UR
MICHIGAN, UNIV.  OF
     ANN ARBOR
MICHIGAN, UNIV. OF
     AN* ARBOR
                      HAYNES, D.L.             80606502
AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF AN AGRO-ECOSYSTEM
FOR PE3T CONTROL

                      BOLING, R,               00621401
ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY-RELATED TOXICANT STRESS
IN AiM ENGINEERED ECOSYSTEM

                      TIEDJE, JAMES            80656901
SIGNIFICANCE OF ANAEROBIC BIODfcGRADATION
OF XEN08IOTICS IN SEDIMENTS AND WATERS

                      BAILLAD.H.               80556501
UTILITY OF WET OXIDATION IN THE TREATMENT
OF HAZARDOUS ORGANIC WASTES

                      ROBBINS, J.              80468602
RATES OF ACCUMULATION UF POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS
SUBSTANCES IN RECENT SEDIMENTS OF LAKE HURON

                      KICHARDSON, R.           80533903
DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN VITRO NEUROTOXICITY
ASSAY

                      STEDMAN.D.               80562101
CHEMICALS AMPLIFERS AS ODD HYDROGEN RADICAL
OETECTOKS

                      STOERMEK, E, F.          8057V602
(QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF GREAT
LAKES PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS
            CONT  79/08/31
            INCR  79/09/19
                  79/04/16
            INCR  79/08/15
            INCR  79/09/19
            CONT  79/07/17
            INCR  79/06/21
            CONT  79/04/30
   S71.262
  *104,948
   $44,467
   S7V.693
   S56,198
   472,865
06-11-80
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                                           ASSESSMENT OF ENTRAINMENT AND IMPINGEMENT
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                                           ECOLOGICAL STUDIES AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING
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                                                                 BARTMAN, F.              80665001
                                           AIR POLLUTION MONITORING BY LONG PATH LASERS
                                                                                                       INCR   79/06/25
                                                                                                      CQNT   79/09/06
                                                                                                       NEW    79/04/10
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                                                                                                      NEW    79/06/29
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                                                                 MICHIGAN STATE UNIV.
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GENERALIZATION OF WATER QUALITY CRITERIA
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OXYGEN PRODUCTION, LOSS, EXCHANGE & TRANSPORT
RATES IN MERS FIELD CHANNELS

                      SYDOR, MICHAEL           80602002
DISPEHSAL OF COAL DUST FROM THASHSHIPMENT
& POWER PLANT STOWAGE FACILITIES

                      CARLSON, R.              00606302
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF ENERGY-RELATED
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            INCR  79/09/07
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                     161,615
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DEVELOPMENT OF A CARCINOGEN ASSAY SYSTEM
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                      SHINDALA,  A.              91)086801
SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF OATEK POLLUTION
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                                               60591801
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                                                           NEW   79/06/23
                                                           INCR  79/06/31
                                                                                                      INCR  79/08/24
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£262,166
                                                                               4350,000
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SULFUR BUDGET IH PO*E« PLAT PLUSES - PROCESSING,
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TECHNIQUES FDR THE MEASUREMENT OF AEROSOL
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                                               60600502
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REGIONAL SCALE HAZINESS, ORIGIN, SPATIAL-TEMPORAL
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                                               606606C1
                                                           CONT  79/08/2«
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                                               80528401
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                                                                                $10,000
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PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
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EVALUATION/OPERATIONS AND MAINTENACE TRAINING
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                                                           INCR  79/09/18
                                                           NEW   79/07/17
                                                           INCR  79/09/04
                                                           INCR  79/04/24
                                                           INCR  79/06/05
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                                                                                $25,000
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CIVIL ENGINEERING
                      MISSOURI,  UNIV.  OF (CO   9114000l     NEW   79/08/20
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                      THUHSTQN, R,V,
AMMONIA TOXICITY TO FISHES
80539103    CONT  79/08/02       *36,OJ6
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                      WILLIAMS,  T.
EVALUATION OF SURFACE AND GROUND WATER
PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH STRIP MINE SITESI   PHASE  II
80593502    CONT  79/06/26      $378,200
                                                                                          80593502    INCR  79/06/31
                                                                                •45,000
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      HO/EMAN
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                      MCFETERS,  G,              80709201
INJURY AND THE IMPROVED RECOVERY OF  CUUFURM
BACTERIA IN DRINKING WATER

                      THURSTON,  R.              80724001
AUUATIC TUXICITY TESTING AND CRITERIA  DOCUMENT
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DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATION OF MICKOfllAL  BIUASSAYS
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            NEW   79/08/31
            NEW   79/09/26
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                      MONTANA STATE  UNIV.       91139801    NEW   79/08/21
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                      HESS, J.                 60645701
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                      SCHULZE, T.              80686501
NEW JERSEY EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES PROGRAM
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PYROLY8IS OF AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES * FEEOLOT
WASTES IN REACTIVE STEAM ATMOSPHERE

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MICROBIAL CONVERSIONS OF DELETERIOUS MOLECULES:
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PAN CONCENTRATION IN AMBIENT AIR IN NEW
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80582702
                      FLOWER, F,               80590701
INVESTIGATION OF FACTORS INVOLVED IN ADAPTATION
OF WOODY SPECIES TO CONDITIONS OF COMPLETED REFUSE

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EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF TEMPERATURE
CONTROL STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE ORGANIC MATTER DEGRADATION
                      KOTCH,ROBERT             80658301
ALLENTOWN LAKE RESTORATION:  SHURELINg
PROTECTION, DREDGING & WATER QUALITY MONITORING

                      PREUSS, PETER            60685401
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS FOR STATE TOXIC
SUBSTANCES CONTROL PROJECTS

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COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN NEW JERSEY
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            NEW   79/04/30
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CONT  79/04/27
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DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS TO DEFINE rtATER
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AGRICULTURAL NON-POINT SOURCE CONTROL OF
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                                                                                                      NEW   79/07/17
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                                                                  NAGLE, J.
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                                           COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF
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                                                                 CARAWAN, ROY             60650901
                                           ENGINEERING FOUNDATION CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL
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                                           TIVOLI LAKES RESTORATION PROJECT
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MANAGEMENT OF STATE PUBLIC KATER SUPPLY
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90104101    NEW   79/09/26
90101001    NEW   79/07/16
                      0 NEILL, M.              90097001
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                      JERIS, J.
TRAINING PROFESSIONAL SPECIALISTS IN WATER
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                                                                                           90088601     INCR  79/08/13
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                                                                                          90085601    INCR  79/09/27
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                                               91U7101    NE»   79/06/28
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                         91150901     NE«   79/08/27
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STUDIES RELATED TU THE ORGANIC CHEMICAL
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AUUATIC FOOD «EB DYNAMICS IN A FLOOUPLAIN
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TEST AND EVALUATION OF A PILOT PLANT COAL
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MODELING OF ATMOSPHERIC FLOWS AND POLLUTANT
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TUXIC AND PRIORITY POLLUTANT URtAwICS IN
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                      CHR1STMAN, R.            604U300J
CHLORINATIO'M OF AUUATIC HUMIC SUSSTANCES
NEW   79/08/lb
            NEW   79/Ob/H
            NE«   79/08/01
NEn   79/06/23
NEW   79/06/15
INCR  79/04/16
CONT  79/08/31
NEW   79/06/21
            NEW   79/08/02
                                                                                                             79/07/06
   SSO,000
                     $79,723
                     $30,000
   S37,«20
   $79,869
  $395,250
   956,096
  $216,681
                    $500,000
                                  $4,779
00-11-60
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     MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLQ*
GRANT NU  TYPE OF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AWARD
                                               NORTH    CAROLINA
                                                                                    OF
                   GRANT
** RESEARCH **
                                                                                          80443003
                                                           INCR  79/08/30
                                 *21,745
NORTH CAROLINA, ClNIV. OF
     CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAHULlNA, UNIV. OF
     CHAHEL HILL
                      COLLIER, A,
EFFECT OF ET10LOGICALLY-OEFIMED RE3PQRATORY
INFECTIONS ON LU
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      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMQUKT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRANT AWARD
                                               NORTH   CAROLINA
 **  RESEARCH  **

 RESEARCH  TRIANGLE  INST.
      RES  TRIANGLE  PAH
                      RANAOE, MADHAV
RESEARCH IN DEVICES FOR PARTICULATE CUNTROL
00589702    CQNT  79/05/18      *493,5iO
 RESEARCH  TRIANGLE  INST,
      RES  TRIANGLE  PAR
 **  TRAINING  **

 DUKE  UNIV.
      DURHAM
LEAGUE  UF  WOMEN VOTERS OF N.C.
      DURHAM
                      PELLIZZARI, E
DETERMINATION OF POLYCHLOHINATED bIPHENYLS
AND OTHER HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS IN HUMAN BIOLOGICAL
80716701    NEw   79/09/06
                      RICHARDSON, C.
REGIONAL TOXIC PUbLIC PAKTICIPATION PROGRAM
IN NORTH CAROLINA

                      KIMMEL, JUNE
REGIONAL TOXIC PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM
90105201    NEW   79/09/12
90103801    NEW   79/08/31
*119,997
 Sib,000
 *<2U,OUO
 NORTH  CAROLINA STATE UN1V,
     RALEIGH
NORTH  CAROLINA,  UNIV. UF
     CHAPEL  HILL
** FELLOWSHIPS **

ALEXANDER,  RUbERT
      RALEIGH
                      HART, f. 0.              9*098801
REGIONAL UNIVERSITY NOISE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
CENTER
                      CHARLES M. WEISS
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL & WATER SUPPLY
            NEW   79/06/28
90085101    INCR  79/08/27
                      NORTH CAROLINA STATE     9114<*001     NEW   79/07/30
 $30,000
  99,014
CIVIL ENGINEERING
HAGARTY,  EDWARD
     RALEIGH
CIVIL ENGINtEHlMG
                      NORTH CAROLINA, UiNlV.     91139001     NEW   79/08/OO
                                  16,000
06-1l-
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     MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT OIHECTOH /
                      FfcLLOw
BhANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD
                                                NORTH   DAKOTA
** DEMONSTRATION **


NORTH DAKOTA STATE UEP1. Of HEALTH
                           4, S,                60096201     NEW   79/08/26
A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE
Of NORTH DAKOTA AND THE U.S.  EPA  TO DEVELOP A STATE NOISE
06-11-80
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      MUNICIPALITY
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATfc OF
           GRANT     AWARD
TITLE
                                                         OHIO
                  AMOUNT OF
                   GRANT AWARD
** RESEARCH  **
BATTELLE  MEMORIAL
      COLUMBUS
                      SPICER, CHESTER
KINETICS AND MECHANISMS OF NITRATE FORMATION
IN PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG
80581202
                                                                                           60581202
CONT  79/08/15
                                                           INCR  79/09/26
8165,000
8ATTELLE  MEMORIAL  INST.
     COLUMBUS
CENTRAL  STATE  UNIV.
      WILBERFOWCE
CHILDREN'S  HOSPITAL  RES.  FUN.
      LOLUMbUs
CINCINNATI  INST.
      CINCINNATI
                      SMITHSON, G.             80665301
TECHNICAL CONFERENCE OM ENERGY FROM WASTESi
1979 UPDATE

                      3CHLUETEH, A.            80637601
ANALYSIS FOH CYANIDE IN WATEK, SEDIMENTS
AND SLUDGES.
                      LUBIN, A.
A LONGITUDINAL EVALUATION OF LEAD BODY
BURDEN IN GROWING CHILDREN
                      CULEMAN, E. P.           80613201
OHIO RIVER VALLEY HERITAGE RESEARCH PROJECT
            NEW   79/0*1/18
            NEW   79/09/18
80«16B03    INCR  79/08/27
            INCR  79/07/10
                     *22,67b
                     >30,732
                     $22,775
                     *40,000
CINCINNATI,  CI1Y  OF
      CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI,  CITY  (IF
     CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI,  UNIV.  OF
     CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI,  UNZV.  OF
     CIMCINfJATJ
                      MILLER, R.
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF GRANULAR ACTIVATED
CARBON ADSORPTION AND ON SITE REGENERATION

                      MILLER, R,
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF GRANULAR ACTIVATED
CARBON ADSORPTION AND ON-SITE REGENERATION

                      SCARPING, P.
PATHOGEN1CITY OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE
LEACHATE
                      CLAHK, C.
EVALUATION OF THE HEALTH RISK ASSOC, KITH
THE TREATMENT AND DISOSAL OF MUH.  «ASTE«AIER SLUDGE
80544301
80544302
80473302
80544501
INCR  79/05/23
CONT  79/06/19
INCR  79/09/05
INCR  79/05/25
•778,590
 »54,9V8
>U5,905
06-11-80
                                                         PAGE
                     85

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MUNICIPALITY

** RESEARCH **
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
CINCINNATI
DAYTON, UNIV. OF
DAYTON
DAYTON, UNIV. OF
DAY fON
HEIDELBERG COLLEGE
TIFFIN
HEIDELBERG COLLEGE
PROJECT PJMECTOR / GRA,MT NU
FELLOW
TITLE
OHIO

BOKNSCltlN, K. 60569302
IN vivo METHODS FOR ASSESSING NEUROTOXICITY
FOULKES, t. 8osu40o2
MECHANISMS OF INTESTINAL CADMIUM ABSORPTION
IN RAT3
rtlLLEKE, KLAUS 60597102
NEW INERTIAL HARTICLE-SIZE CLASSIFICATION
TECHNIQUES FOR SOURCE EVALUATIONS
SCAHPINO, P. 60624002
EFFECT OF PARTICULATES ON DISINFECTION
OF ENTEROVIRUSES IN WATER BY CHLORAMINES
LEMASTER, G, 60660901
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF WOMEN EXPOSED
TO STYRENE AND REPRODUCTIVE DYSFUNCTION
KANESHIRO, E. 60695401
DIE-OFF STUDIES OF PARASITE EGGS UPON STORAGE
IN SLUDGE
DUVALL, D, 00511701
HIGH-TEMPERATURE DEGRADATION CHARACTERISTICS
OF HAZARDOUS ORGANIC MSTES-A LABORATORY APPROACH
HECHT, N , 60653501
SELECTIVE ENHANCEMENT OF REFUSE DERIVED
FUELS
BAKER, D. 60543601
FLUVIAL TRANSPORT & PROCESSING OF SEDIMENTS
& NUTRIEN'^fFROM NONPOINT SOURCES
BAKER, D. 6u543b02
TYPE OF UAIE OF
GRANT AftARD


CONT 79/08/15
CONT 79/05/09
CONT 79/08/22
CONT 7V/09/04
NEW 79/06/22
NEW 79/08/02
INCR 79/07/30
NEW 79/05/18
INCR 79/06/25
CONT 79/08/40
AMOUNT OF
GRANT ArtAKD


$58,711
S60,318
$36,506
995,087
$135,541
M74.419
$27,000
$111,734
J11.2U
*21,37S
    TIFFIN
FLUVIAL TRANSPORT AND PROCESSING OF SEDIMENTS
AND NUTRIENTS FROM NONPUINT SOURCES
6-11-80
                                                       PACE
                                                               86

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      MUNICIPALITY
TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOW
GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AMARP
                  AMOUNT Of
                   CHANT AKARD
                                                         OHIO
 ** RESEARCH  **

 NATIONAL  WATER  WELL  AS30C.
      wQRTHINGTON
 NATIONAL  WATER  WELL  ASSOC,
      wORTHINGTON
OHIO  ASK. RES  £  DEV.  CTR.
      WOOSTER
OHIO  AGK.  RES  &  OEV.  CTR.
      WOUSTER
OHIO  STATE  UNIV.
      COLUMBUS
80586302
                      LEHR, JAY
DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL LIBRARY CENTER
FOR WATER WELL TECHNOLOGY
                      LEHR, J.
COMPUTER SIMULATION TO ASSESS THE ENVIRONMENTAL
IMPACT OF RESIDENTIAL GROUND WATER HEAT PUMP UTILIZA

                      LINDliUIST, R.            80557102
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT ON SELECTED
GREENHOUSE VEGETABLE AND FLORICOLTURAL CROPS

                      WEIDENSAUL, C.           60667201
ULTIMATE USES OF SEWAGE SLUDGE!  NON-FOOD
CHAIN

                      HART, RONALD             60500803
CHLORINATED HYROCARSONSl
CONT  79/05/21
            NEW   79/07/09
            CONT  79/04/16
            NEw   79/08/02
            CONT  79/09/19
$100,000
                     $99,073
                     $36,395
                    $341,754
                     $49,962
OHIO  STATE  UNIV.
      COLUMBUS
OHJU  STATt  U.NIV.
      COLUMBUS
OHIO STATE  UNIV.  RES.  FDrt.
     COLUMBUS
HRIGHI  STATE  UNIV.
     DAYTON
** OEMUNSTRATION  **

AKRON, CITY OF  (HEALTH  DEPT)
     AKRUN
                      BIANCHINE, J.            60564302
THE CLINICAL PHAHMOCOLOGY/TOXICULOGY OF
CHLORINE  DIOXIUE AND ITS PRODUCTS

                      MILU, GEORGE             60663601
CHEMICAL CARCINOGEN INDUCED NEOPLASTIC
TRANSFORMATION OF HUMAN EPITHELIAL CELLS

                      HERNDENDORF,C.           60461203
LIMNOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF WATER QUALITY
ANU FISH LARVAE IN LAKE ERIE

                      ADAMS, D.                60675701
EXAMINATION OF SEDIMENT ELISION AND ACCUMULATION
Of DISSOLVED GASES IN LAKE ERIE HYPOLI^NIUN
                      KECK, C.  W.
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT CITY UF AKRON HEALTH
DEPT (AKRON REGIONAL AIR POLL CONTROL AGENCY)
80698701
            CONT  79/09/26
            NEW   79/09/11
            INCR  79/07/10
            NEW   79/07/06
NEW   79/06/28
                    $300,000
                    $210,000
                    $139,300
                     SIS,000
 $12,000
06-11*80
                                                         PAGE
                     87

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      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT OiKECTOR /
                      FELLOW
bRANT NU  TYPE OF
           GRANT
                                                                   DATE OF
                                                                    AWARD
                                                         OHIO
AMOUNT OF
 GRANT AWARD
 **
      BUNEAU  DEVELOPMENT  CORP.
      COLUMttL'S
MENTUK,  CITY  OF
     M£NTON
OHIO  DEPT OF  HEALTH
      COLUMBUS
 **  TRAINING  **
          INDUSTRIAL  HYGIENE  AS30C
      AKRON
8ATTELLE MEMORIAL
     CULUMBUS
CINCINNATI, UNIV. OF
     CINCINNATI
                      HILL, J. K.              80518901
DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM TO SHOrt OHIO LANDOWNERS
& MUNICIPALITIES ACCEPTABLE SYSTEM FOR APPLYING SLUDGE

                      HCHTER,WILLIAM          80697ool
CITY NOISE CONTROL.  TO PURCHASE GENERAL
PURPOSE SOUND LEVEL METERS AND SOUND LEVEL CALIbRATORS.

                      MARTIN,RICHARD           80695201
WE PLAN TO DETERMINE THE LEVEL AND EXTENT
OF NOISE PROBLEMS WITHIN THE STATE OF OHIO,
                      BODOEN, K.               90099801
WORKSHOP & PUBLICATION ON ENVRN OCCUPATIONAL
HEALTH HAZARDS

                      ROSIN6ER, G.             90095001
DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL WATER UUALITY AREA
TRAINING CENTER

                      PATTISON, J.             90068403
GRADUATE TRAINING IN AIR POLLUTION
                                                           INCR  79/09/26
                                                                 79/08/28
                                                                 79/08/28
                                                           NEW   79/08/02
                                                                 79/04/24
                                                           CONT  79/07/30
                                $200,000
                                  »2,2GO
                                 $27,293
                                  $2,000
                                illb.OOO
CINCINNAlI, UMIV. OF
     CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, UKHV. OF
     CINCINNATI
NATIONAL WATER WELL ASSOC.
                      EYE, J,                  90085801
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL * WATER SUPPLY

                      FOWLER, T.               90094001
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
GRANT FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOK A WORKSHOP

                      GASS, TYLER              90098101
uic REGULATIONS TRAINING PROGRAM
            INCR  79/09/05
            INCR  79/09/05
            NEW   79/08/20
                                                                                 *7,657
                                                                                »27,395
                                                                                $23,285
OHIO STATE UNIV. RES. FDivi.
     COLUMBUS
                      HOWE, RObERT             90071003
INFORMATION COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND DISSEMINATION
(EPA)
            CONT  79/09/18
                                                                               S230.500
06-11-80
                                                         PAGE
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                                                                  FELLOW                               GRANT      AWARD      CHANT AMARD
     MUNICIPALITY                           TITLE
                                                        OHIO
»« TRAINING **
TOLEOU, UtolV. OF                                                  BENNETT,  t>.               90083501     INCH   79/09/19         »3,180
     TOLtOU                                PROFESSIONAL  TRAINING  SPONSORED" BY  USEPA
                                           ST  THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO

** FELLOWSHIPS **

KMUUKty, C,                                                       CASE WESTERN  RESfcKVE      91136301     NEW    79/06/28         *ft,000
     CLtVfcLANO                             BIOLOGY
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      MUNICIPALITY
                                            TITLE
                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLUw
      NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
           GRANT     AWARD     GRAftf
                                                     OKLAHOMA
** RESEARCH  **


ASSUC, UF  CENTRAL  UKLA.  GOVT3.
     OKLAHOMA CITY
OKLAHOMA  STATE  UNIV.

      STILLwATER
OKLAHOMA  STATE  UNIV.
     8T1LLWATEK
                      TAYLOR,  Z.  D.
GARBER-WELLINGTON GROUND WATER AuUIFER
RESEARCH

                      MURRILL, L,
BIO-ORGANIC INDICATORS OF GROUNO-wATEK
POLLUTION

                      FITE,  R,
PROJECT TO DEVELOP AND EVALUATE AN ENVRN,
TECH. TRANSFER SYSTEM
807U101
S0484702
                                                                 79/09/26
            CQNT  79/06/07
                                                           INCH  79/06/21
                                                                                                      INCR  79/09/05
                                                                               $146,620
$10,000
                                                                                 $1,200
OKLAHUMA  STATE UNIV.
      ST1LLHATER
OKLAHUMA STATE UNIV.

     STILLWATER
OKLAHUMA STATE UNIV.
OKLArtUMA STATE UNIV.
     STILLWATEH
OKLAHUMA, ONIV. OF
     NORMAN
OKLAHOMA, UNIV, OF
     NORMAN
                      KINCANNON, DON           60524201
TREATMENT CAMPAT1BILITY OF MUNICIPAL WASTE
AND BIOLOGICAL HAZARDOUS INDUSTRIAL COMPOUNDS

                      EISENBRAUN, E.           80541903
POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC COMPOUNDS SYNTHESIS
AND PURIFICATION

                      MULHQLLAND, R.           80633001
A NE* SAMPLING THEORY FOR THE" MEASUREMENT
OF ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

                      BURKS, S.                80679601
CHARACTERIZATION AND TREATMENT UF AUUENOUS
HASTES FROM PETROLEUM REFINERY FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING

                      ROBERTSON, j.            60671201
DEVELOPMENT OF CRITERIA FOR FHESH RECREATIONAL
WATERS

                      CANTER, L.               60693101
CONSORTIUM FOR GRQUNDWATER QUALITY RES
                                                           INCR  79/05/23
                                                           CQNT  79/04/24
                                                           NEW   79/06/28
                                                           NE«   79/08/02
                                                                 79/06/25
                                                           NEW   79/08/01
                                 $48,856
                                 $29,925
                                 £25,280
                                 *70,736
                                 S40.00U
                                *333,oyo
Ob-11-80
                                                         PAGE
                                                                90

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                                            TITLE
                                                                  PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                  FELLOW
                                                                                          GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
                                                                                                     GRANT     ArfARO     GRANT ArtAKD
                                                     OKLAHOMA
** DEMONSTRATION **

NORMAN, CITY OF
     NOKMAN
OKLAHOMA CONSERVATION COMM.
     OKLAHOMA CITY
                      CROSBY, JAMES            60692201
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT TYPE & BETWEEN THE
CITY OF NORMAN, OKLAHOMA, AND EPA

                      GRIMMETT, JACK           80489601
PAUL'S VALLEY LAKE RESTORATION
                                                           NEW   79/00/26
                                                           INCR  79/06/13
                                                                                                                           »U,000
                                                                                                                           $21,300
** TRAINING **

NATIONAL KUkAL
     OUNCAN
                     A3SOC,
                      MONTGOMERY, J,
STATE RUHAL WATER TRAINING ANU TECHNICAL
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
                                               90082&U1    INCH  79/OS/2S      $426,774
                                                                                                       INCK   79/09/26     41,000,000
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.
     ST1LLHATER
** FtLLUWSHlPS **

PARRUTT, c,
     STILLwATEk
                                                                            DUN
                                           PKOFESSINAL TRAINING IN HATER POLLUTION
                                           AND WATER SUPPLY
                                                                 OKLAHOMA STATE UMIV.
                                           WlLOLIFE MANAGEMENT
                                               90084501     INCR  79/08/15
                                               91135201     Nfcw   79/07/23
                                                                                 Sb,000
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MUNICIPALITY

** RESEARCH **
OREGON bKAD. CTR. FUR STUDY
bEAVEKTON

OREGON SHAD. CTR. FOR STUDY & RES.
BEAVERTO*
OREGON STME UNIV.
CORVALLIS
OREGON STATE U<>iIV,
COWVALLIS
OREGON STATE UMIV.
CUKVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
COHVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CORVALLI3
OREGON STATE UNIV.
CURVALLIS
OREGON STATE UNIV.
PROJECT DIRECTOR /
FELLOw
TITLE
OREGON

HUNTZICKER, J.
AEROSOL CARBON TRENDS ACROSS THE UNITED
S1ATES

HUNTZICKEh, JAMES J.
THE CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF PARTICIPATE
SULFUR COMPOUNDS bY FLAME PHOTOMETRY
KERKVLIET, N.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS! EFFECTS ON
TUMOR GROWTH AND IMMUNITY
SMALL, L.
EFFECTS OF CHROMIUM AND NUTRIEN1 POLLUTANTS
ON NATURAL PHYTUPLANKTON POPULATIONS
HETRICK, F,
EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS UN THE
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SALMUNID FISH TO VIRAL AND
BUHLER, DONALD
AVAILABILITY OF CADMIUM TO RATS FROM CROPS
GROWN ON CADMIUM ENRICHED SOIL
DEARDORFF, j.
LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS OF DIFFUSION
AND FUMIGATION INTO THE MIXED LAYER
ANDERSON, N. H.
EFFECTS OF SEDIMENT-TROPHIC INTERACTIONS
ON STREAM COMMUNITIES
MIX, MICHAEL
GRA-YT NO TYPE OF
GRANT


80027402 CONT
60627402 INCR
60475002 INCR
dOb21003 CONT
60528201 INCR
60540702 INCR
BACTERIAL PAT
60577402 CONT
60591202 CONT
60608702 CONT
80622402 CONT
DATE OF
AWARD


79/07/17
79/08/31
79/08/02
79/07/23
79/09/04
79/09/07
79/06/26
79/07/23
79/07/23
79/08/06
AMOUNT OF
GRANT AtAKD


$50,000
511,200
*7,000
£60,466
$4,466
$30,061
»91,409
$38,773
£44,667
$55,330
     CORVALLIS
THE UTILIZATION OF INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS
OF BIVALVE MOLLUSKS FOR MONITORING, SURVEILLANCE
o«s-1 i-e a
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                                                                   PROJECT  DIRECTOR  /
                                                                   FELLOW
TITLE
                                                                                           GRANT NO  TYPE OF
                                                                                                      GRANT
                                                                   OATC  UF
                                                                    AMARO
                                                                             AMOUNT OF
                                                                              GRANT AMARO
  «« RESEARCH  **

  OREGON  STATE  UNIv.
       COKVALLIS
  nRCGUN
  06
         STATE  UNIV.
         STATE  UNIV.
       CORVALL1S
 OREGON STATE UNIV.
      CORVALLIS
 OREGON STATE. UNIV.
      COKVALLIS
OREGON,  UNIV.  UF
     PORTLAND
OREGON, UNIV.  OF  HLTH sci CTR
     PORTLAfv.0
PORTLAND STATE  UNIV.
     HUKTLAIM0
**  DEMONSTRATION **

QKEGUN  OEPT UF ENVRN QUALITY
      HUKTLANO
        L»EHT  UF ENVHN QUALITY
                                                        OREGON
                      SEIOLER,  R.
INTERFERENCE FROM TURBID FINISHED  DRINKING
WATER AND HIGH STANDARD PLATE COUNTS
                                               80620702     CONT   79/08/31
                      rtORMEST,  R.
ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF INCREASE  SOLAR
ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION UPON MARINE  PRIMARY PRODUCERS
                                               00649001
                              ,  DAVID
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN NUTRIENT FLUXES AND
BENTHIC PLANT, PROCESSES IN NETARTS BAYt  OREGON
                                               80678001
                                             RAINBOW TKOUTI
                                             CARCINOGENESIS
                      HENURICKS,  J.
                A MODEL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
                      ROrtE, KENNETH
STATISTICAL SERVICES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
MEASUREMENTS

                      MEYER, E.
EFFICACY OF rtATER TREATMENT METHODS ON
GIARDIA CYST VIAblLITY


EI-FICACY OF WATER TREATMENT METHODS ON
GIAROIA CYST VIABILITY
                                               607,24101
                                                                                            00603202
                                                                                            00603201
                      0 BKIEN, R,              00476403
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE REACTIONS OF AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS ON PHOTU CHEMICAL AIR POLLUTION
                      HECTOR, JOHN             8o&d36oi
A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT (TYPE F) HETWEEN
THE OEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL DUALITY AND U.S.E.P.A.

                      HECTOR,JOHN              80683801
DEVELOPMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE NOISE INSPECTION
                                                                                                       wen   79/o«/2«
                                                                                                       NEW   79/07/17
                                                                                           00701601    NEW   79/07/23
                                                                                                       NEW   79/09/26
                                                           CONT  79/00/06
                                                           INCH  79/05/2S
                                                                                                        INCR   79/00/31
                                                           NE*   79/00/28
                                                                 79/00/20
                                                                                467,353
                                                                                $57,000
                                                                                £29,100
                                                                                                                                $000
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POKTLANU, CITY OF
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** TRAINING **

LINN-BENTON COMMON. COLLEGE
     ALbANY
                      HERMAN, P.               80696701
NEIGHBORHOOD ORGAiMlZATION-A COOPERATIVE
AGREEMENT (TYPE 0) BETWEEN THE CITY OF PORTLAND O.3.E.P.A.
                      FLOPPING, P.
SLIOGE TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL TKAINING
90095301
            NEW   79/08/28
NEW   79/07/17
                     ill,414
OREGON EUUC. & PUBLIC BROADCASTING SEK
     PORTLAND
OREGON STATE UNIV.
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PACIFIC Nw LABOR COLLEGE INC
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PRODUCTION «. DISTRIBUTION OF A TELEVISION
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                      SCHRODER, w.             90085701
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL AND WATER SUPPLY "FUNDS «ILL PROVIDE TRAINING"
                      OCKERT, ROY
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION PROJECT
90104901
            INC«  79/08/02
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                                                                                                      NE«    79/09/07
                     467,603
                     *«0,000
                                                        PACE

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      PHILADELPHIA
 OREXEL  UNIV.
      PHILADELPHIA
OREXEL UNIV.
     PHILADELPHIA
ENVIRONMENTAL  RES  MGMT.,  INC.
     WEST CHESTER
FRANKLIN  INST.
     PHILADELPHIA
FRANKLIN  INST.
     PHILADELPHIA
GANNON COLLEGE
     ERIE
PENNSYLVANIA  STATE  UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY  PARK
                      CHRISTIAN, w.            80643901
THE EFFECT OF COLLISIQNAL LIFETIME IN OPTO-ACOUSTIC
DETECTION OF POLLUTANT 6ASES

                      MATTHEWS, C.             60*69701
CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL AIR DUALITY
MEASUREMENTS

                      KOERNER, R.              60476302
MICROWAVE SYSTEM FOR LOCATING FAULTS IN
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DIKES

                      PIPES, WESLEY 0.         60563702
SAMPLING FREQUENCY MICROBIOLOGICAL DRINKING
WATER REGULATIONS

                      KUOSE, P.                60716901
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR TECHNICAL SUPPORT
SERVICES FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW DIVISION

                      PYTLEWSKI, L.            60664901
STUDY OF THE NOVEL REACTION OF MOLTEN SODIUM
AND SOLVENT WITH PCB

                      CRAIG, P.                60669901
LITERATURE STUDY OF BIOOE6RADABILITY OF
CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES IN WATER

                      ZAGORSKI, S.             80679101
AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF PRESQUE ISLE
STATE PARK BEACHES ON LAKE ERIE. ERIE, PA.

                      HEINSHON, R.             80573602
SIMPLIFIED SAMPLING SYSTEM
            INCR  79/09/15
            N£w   79/07/05
            CONT  79/09/25
            CONT  79/09/19
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            NEW   79/06/26
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BOUNDARY-LAYER MODEL IMPROVEMENT  AND VALIDATION
            INCR  79/07/17
                       420,532
06-11-60
                                                        PACE    95

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PENNSYLVANIA, UNIV. OF
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PENNSYLVANIA, UNIV. UF
     PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA riATER OEPT
     PHILADELPHIA
PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF
     Pit1SBURGH
PITTSBURGH, U.MIV. OF
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PITTSbUKIiH, UNIV. OF
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SUSUUtHANNA UNIV.
     SELINSGROVE
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     PHILADELPHIA
THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIV,
     PHILADELPHIA
00711501
                      FRITTON, 0,
RESTORATION OF FAILING QN-LOT-SEWAGE DISPOSAL
AREAS THROUGH WATtR CONSERVATION AND RESTING
                      UAHN, A.
CASE CONTROL STUDY OF WATER DUALITY & CARCINOGENISES
IN PA.
                      LEFKOVITZ, 0.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF A HEALTH EFFECTS
AND ENVIRONMENTAL DATA ANALYSIS SYSTEM
80087101
                      CAIRO, PATRICK           80035602
REMOVAL OF TRACE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 8Y BIOLOGICALLY
ACTIVATED CARBON
                      LOM8ARDI, 6.
RAPID TESTING IN VIVO OF CHEMICALS FOR
CARCINOGENICITY
80604401
                      NEUFELD, R.              60072401
IMPROVED BIOLOGICAL «ASTE»VATER TREATMENT
FOR AMMONIA REDUCTION STEEL INDUSTRY MASTEHATEKS
                      RADFQRD, E.              80681501
COOPEKATIVE AGREEMENT FOP EPIDEMIOLOGY
RESEARCH CENTER
                      MCGRATH, T.              80604902
RECOVERY STUDIES OF PESTICIDES FROM SURFACE
AND DRINKING MATERS
                      VAN ROSSUH, G            80061601
EFFECTS OF LEAD i ORGANU-TIN COMPOUNDS
ON ENERGY METABOLISM & ION TRANSPORT
                      TRIOLO, A.               805819Q2
EFFECT OF INSECTICIDES ON BENZO(A) PYRENE
CARCINOGENES1S
NEW   79/08/21
            INCR  79/07/25
      79/09/25
            CONT  79/08/02
NEH   79/06/21
            NEW   79/08/51
            NEW   79/08/01
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TITLE
6RANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
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                                                 PENNSYLVANIA
•* RESEARCH  **

THOMAS JEFFERSON UNJV.
     PHILADELPHIA
** DEMONSTRATION  **
DELAWARE VALLEY KEG ?LN(i COMM
     PHILADELPHIA
CENERAL bATTERY CORP,
     READING
YORK, CITY OF
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** TRAINING  **
PENNSYLVANIA  ENVRN  RES.  FDN,
     PHILADELPHIA
PENNSYLVANIA  STATE  UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY  PARK
PENNSYLVANIA  STAIt  UNIV.
     UNIVERSITY  PARK
                            ,  C.               80637902
MUTAGENIC POTENTIAL OF URBAN MATER AND
AIR SAMPLES
                      JOHNSON, W,               00691701
PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT NOISE
STUDY

                      BARANSKI, J.             80574801
HYDROPERM MICROFILTRATION SYSTEM FOR TREATMENT
OF WASTEWATER EFFLUENT

                      MURPHY,DONALD            80694401
EPA-U  TO CONDUCT A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT
OF NOISE PROBLEMS AND LEVELS IN THE CITY OF YORK.
                      BECKER, RUTH
IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENT REGULATIONS ON OLDER
INDUSTRIALIZED AREAS
9009J901
                      COLE, C.                 90070401
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT OF A BACHELOR OF
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN HATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
                      COLE, CHARLES
2oi/2oe ADVISORY GROUP TRAINING PROGRAM
                                                                                          90096001
            CONT  79/08/31
            NEW   79/06/16
            INCR  79/07/16
            NEM   79/08/28
NE«   79/05/31
            INCR  79/07/16
            NEW   79/06/25
                    Sill, 503
                    •130,000
                      *9,279
«5,000
                      96,000
                    $243,703
PHILADELPHIA  PUBLIC  INTEREST  L«W  CTK.
     PHILADELPHIA
                      SLAP, ALBERT
ENVIRONMENTAL CANCER PREVENTION CENTER
DEMONSTRATION PROJECT,
                                                                                          90088801
            INCR  79/06/28
                    £145,576
** FELLOWSHIPS  **
          A.
     PHILADELPHIA
PUREST MANAGEMENT
                                                                  PENNSYLVANIA, UNIV. OF   91118001    INCR  79/07/17
                                                                                   4300
06-1i-
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TITLE
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UHANT HO  TYPE Of   UATfc OF   AMOUNT (if
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                                                 PENNSYLVANIA
** FELLOWSHIPS  **
           RICHAKO
     PITTSBURGH
BIOLOGY
                      PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF     91143701    NEW   79/09/07    $852
ENGLISH, DAVID
     VILLANOvA
                      VILLANOVA UNIV.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
91143801
                                                                 79/08/31
GAGLltRU, ANTHONY
     PITTSBURGH
                      PITTSBUHUh, UNIV. OF
CMEMISTHY & BEHAVIORAL SCI
91143301    NEW   79/06/01
$3,678
GRINUbR, JOHN
     PIITS6URGH
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
                      PITTSBURGH, UNIV. Qt     9U43601    NEW   79/09/04
                                                                                                                               S652
HUMPHREY, GARY
     PI (TSBURGH
BIOLOGY
                      PITTSBURGH, UNIV. OF     91143301    NEW   79/07/19
                                                                                           91143301     1NCR   79/09/11
                                                                                   S600
LEVY, R.
     PHILADELPHIA
                      PENNSYLVANIA, UNlV, OF   91113101    INCR  79/09/ltt
AIR POLLUTION FELLOWSHIP
                                                                                                                               S220
MCCLUKE, G.
     PHILADELPHIA
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
                      DREXEL UNIV,
                                                                                           91130301     INCR  79/07/23
                                    $710
                                                                                           91130301     INCR  79/09/07
                                                                                   S433
MILLER,MANUEL R.
     PITTSBURG
CHEMISTRY
                      PITTSBURGH, UMV. OF     91131001    INCR  79/07/10
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GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE Of   AMOUNT OF
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TITLE
                                                PENNSYLVANIA
** FELLOWSHIPS  **

PETERSON, 0.
     P11TSBURGH
CIVIL ENGINEERING
                      PITTSBURGH,  UNIV,  OF     91143101     NEW   79/06/26
PRINOLE, D.
     PHILADELPHIA
REGIONAL PLANNING
                      PENNSYLVANIA, UNIV,  OF   91122201     INCR  79/07/17
                                                                                                                              *690
 SHAH, K.
     PITTSBURGH
                      PITTSBURGH,  UNIV.  OF      91130201     INCR   79/08/01
SANITARY ENGINEERING
                                                                                                                              *923
3HAMI1KU, G.
     PITTSBURGH
MS/CIVIL ENGINEERING
                      PITTSBURGH,  UNIV.  OF     91128701     INCR  79/07/23
                                  SI,133
SHERTZEK, RICHARD
                      PENNSYLVANIA STATE
                                            BIOLOGY
91143201    NE«   79/07/16
  S612
UPADHYAY,  J.
      PHILADELPHIA
ENGINEERING 6 SCIENCE
                      DREXEL UNIV.
91122001    INCR  79/07/J9
*2,667
VAKNEK,J
      UNIVERSITY  PARK
CIVIL ENGINEERING
                      PENNSYLVANIA STATE
91128801    INCR  79/07/10
                                                                                                                              »720
VINCENT,  LUCI  V,
     PITTSBURGH
                      PITTSBURGH,  UNIV.  OF     91130101     INCH   79/07/11
SANITARY ENGINEERING
                                                                                                                              »710
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     PITTSBURGH
                      PITTSBURGH,  UNIV.  OF
ENVIRONMEMTAL ENGINEERING
                                                                                          91143401    NEW   79/07/30
                                    »701
                                                                                          91143401    INCR  79/09/19
                                                                                    $91
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TITLE
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                                               CHANT  NU  TYPE  OF
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                                                                   DATE  UF
                                                                    AIVAHD
                              AMOUNT OF
                               GRANT AWAKU
                                                RHODE   ISLAND
** RESEARCH **

RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
     KINGSTON
RHODE ISLAND, UMV. UF
     KINGSTON
                      COHEN, P.                B0548801
PHAGE RESISTANCE MEANS SEPARATING HUMAN
& ANIMAL E. COLI STRAINS & DEFINING COLONIZATION POTENTIALS
            INCH  79/07/17
                      PILSON, M.
MARINE ECOSYSTEMS RESEARCH LABORATORY
                                               80607202
            CONT  79/07/17
                                                                                825,000
                                                                               »750,000
                                               80607202
                                                                                                      INCR  79/09/26
                                 S30,000
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. OF
     KINGSTON
** FELLUWSHIPS **

PEROIKAKIS, C.
     KINGSTON
                      SIMPSON, K.
EFFECT OF DIET ON LAS, RAISE LARVAL WINTER
FLOUNDER FOR TQXICQLOGICAL STUDIES
80673501
                      HELTHSHE, J.             80703101
DESIGN, MANAGEMENT, AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTAL
DATA
                                                           NEW   79/07/02
            NEW   79/09/26
                      RHODE ISLAND, UMv. OF   91146101    NEW   79/08/20
CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
                                                                                $33,927
                                  «2,2S6
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** RESEARCH **
CHARLESTON, COLLEGE OF
CHARLESTON
CLAFUN COLLEGE
URANGtbURG
CLEMSUN UNJV.
CLtMSON
CLEMSUN UNIV.
CLtMSON
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV, OF
COLUMblA
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF
COLUMBIA
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. OF (M£D)
CHARLESTON
** TRAINING **
CLEMSUN UNIV.
CLtMSON
CLEMSOr* UNIV.
CLtMSON
PROJECT DIRECTOR /
FELLOW
TITLE
SOUTH CAROLINA

GRANT NO TYPE OF DATE OF
GRANT AWARD


KOENIG, C. 80546901 INCR 79/07/05
RIVULUS MAMRATUS POTENTIAL AS A CANCER
RESEARCH AND CHMEICAL CARCINIGEN SCREENING ORGANISM
SANOHU, 3. S. 80642601 NEW 79/09/04
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION AND SELECTION OF
A DIGESTION METHOD FOR TOTAL ARSENIC DETERMINATION BY ATOMIC
DYSART, 8,, III
PIEUMUNT AUUATIC ECOSYSTEM RESPONSE TO
N.P.S. POLLUTANT REDUCTION
KEINATH, f.
TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION FOR PRIORITY POLLUTANT
REMOVAL FROM DYESTUFF MANUFACTURE WASTEWATERS
80631602 CONT 79/06/07
80714501 NEW 79/08/27
SANDIFEH, S. 80687601 INCH 79/09/26
SOUTH CAROLINA EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES PROJECT.
DEVELOP SCIENTIFIC DATA ON THE MAGNITUDE & EFFECTS
8IDLEMAN, T. 80704801 NEW 79/08/31
DEVELOPMENT OF COLLECTION METHODS FOR AIRBORNE
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS USING SOLID ADSORBENTS
SANDIFER, S,
EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES PROGRAM

RICH, L.
GRADUATE TRAINING IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
AND rtATER SUPPLY
ALLEN, JOt F.
TECHNICAL REVIEW & EDIT UF 1RI-SERVICES
80687601 NEW 79/04/18

90082401 INCR 79/OV/05
90094901 NEK 79/04/18
AMOUNT OF
GRANT AWAHO


$50,000
$37,796
$UO,000
$70,000
958,101
$43,000
$500,000

$11,463
.25,000
SOUTHERN EDUC COMM ASSOC
     COLUMBIA
MANUAL

                      WALL,  M,
CHEMICALS IN THE ENVRN.
90076701
INCR  79/07/11
$48,000
06"!1-
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** TRAINING **
SOUTHERN EOUC COMM ASSOC
COLUMBIA
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CUtEMAN, FOSTEK
COLUMBIA

MCENTIKt, CECIL
COLUMBIA

SENTELLt, ROBERT
CLtMSON
NlLLlAMSf ANTHUNY
30UTH CAROLINA

WALL* M, 90105*01 NEW 79/U0/05 »2i,872
PUBLIC TELEVISION PROJECT ON HAZARDOUS
WASTES

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AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
91140601 NEW 79/06/29 *1V418
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. 91140601 NE«i 79/06/29 *418
CIVIL ENGINEERING
91140001 INCR 79/06/06 M20
CLEM3UN UNIV. 91140501 NEM 79/07/16 »6,000
CIVIL ENGINEERING
SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIV. 91140701 NEW 79/06/2B SI, 418
     COLUMBIA
BIOLOGY/CHEMISTRY
06-11-80
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SHANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF
           GRANT     AHAHO
                  AMOUNT OF
                   GRANT AMAKO
                                                 SOUTH   DAKOTA
 **  RESEARCH  **

 SOUTH  DAKOTA SCHOOL  OF  MINES &  TECH
     KAPID CITY
                      DAVIS, BRIANT
APPLICATION OF COMPOUND ANALYSES BV X-RAY
DIFFRACTION TO AEROSOL PROVENANCE STUDIES
60676901
NEW   79/07/31
06-11-80
             PA6E    103

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                                                                 PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                                                                 FELLOW
(.RANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OP   AMUUrtl OF
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                                                    TENNESSEE
** RESEARCH **

TENNESSEE TECH UNiV.
TENNESSEE, UNIV. OF
     KNUXVILLE
VANDERBJLT UNIV.
     NASHVILLE
** DEMONSTRATION **

KINGSPQKT, CITY UF
     KJNGSPQRT
                                           SEPARATION OF ASBESTOS IN ENVIRONMENTAL
                                           SAMPLES 8Y ZONAL CENTRIFUliATIUN

                                                                 HALLAM T,
                                           PEKSISTENCE AND TUXIC PERTURBATION EFFECTS
                                           IN MODEL ECOSYSTEMS

                                                                 HARaiSON, «.
                                           NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTROL UF HAZARDOUS
                                           MATERIAL SPILLS
                                                                                           80625S02     CONT   79/08/06
60672601    NEW   79/07/13
80667101    NEK   79/07/05
                      CAMPBELL, ROGER          60678201
COMMUNITY VEHICULAR MOISE ABATEMENT PROGRAM
                                                                                                      NEW   79/08/28
                                                                                $41,019
                                  SV.500
** TRAINING **

TENNESSEE ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL
     NASHVILLE
                                                                 MEFF, RUTH
                                           REGIONAL TOXIC PUbLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM
                                           IN TENNESSEE
90103501
                                                                 79/09/07
$40,000
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                      PROJECT DIRECTOR /
                      FELLOM
                                               GRANT NO
TYPE OF
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TITLE
                                                                   DATE Of
                                                                    AMARQ
AMOUNT OF
 6RANT AWARD
                                                        TEXAS
** RESEARCH **

BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
     HOUSTON
HOUSTON, UNIV. OF
     HOUSTON
NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIV.
     DENTON
SOUTHWEST RES. INST.
     SAN ANTONIO
SOUTHKES1 KfcS. INST.
     SAN ANTONIO
                      GERBA, C.                80529203
MOVEMENT AND FATE OF VIRUSES AND ORGANIC
POLLUTANTS IN GROUND MATER DURING THE LAND TREATMENT OF

                      ZLATKIS, A.              60602201
DEVELOPMENT OF NE« SAMPLING TECH. FOR ANALYSIS
OF POLAR & SEMIPOLAR AIR POLL. AT THE PPT LEVEL

                      GLAZE, W
IDENT, OF NON VOLATILE CHLORINATED ORGANIC
COMPOUNDS FORMED DURING WATER CHLORINATION

                      JOHNSON, D.              80590901
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING OF SITES CONDOCTING
LAND APPLICATION OF LIUUID SLUDGE

                      SHULTZ, DAVID            60664501
CASE STUDIES OF LINED IMPOONOMENTS
  CONT  79/08/01
                                                           INCR  79/07/23
                                               00592201    INCR  79/06/25
                                                           INCR  79/04/02
                                                           NErt   79/05/31
                                                                               J170.000
                       123,971
                       •32,79.1
                      $110,911
                       $92,764
SOUTHWEST RESEARCH  IUSI,
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TEXAS A8.M RES. FUN.
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TEXAS A** RES. FDN.
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TEXAS AH* RES. FUN.
     COLLEGE  STATION
                      SHULTZ, D. w.            60712101
THE I960 EPA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
SYMPOSIUM

                      ADKINSON, P.             80627702
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE, UNIFIED,
ECONOMICALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND SYS

                      OLSON, J. K.             80677101
DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIES OPTIMIZING NON-CHEMICAL
APPROACHES TO MANAGING M03UUITO POPULATIONS IN FRE

                      BRIGHT, T.               60679301
EFFECTS OF OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS DRILLING
AND PRODUCTION ON REEF BUILDING CORALS

                      bROnN, KIRK              80682501
A REVIEW AND EVALUATION OF THE INFLUENCE
OF CHEMICALS ON THE PERMEABILITY OF SOIL CLAYS
  NEW   79/08/23
  CONT  79/09/05
        79/09/12
  NEW   79/06/26
  NEW   79/07/26
                                                                                S40.642
                                                                             $3,000,000
                                                                               $400,000
                                                                                172,934
                                                                                $50,000
06-11-60
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                                                                 PROJECT DIRECTOR /
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                                                                                          GRANT NO  TYPE OF   DATE OF   AMOUNT OF
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                                                       TEXAS
** RESEARCH **

TEXAS PEST MANAGEMENT ASSOC,
     LUBBOCK
TEXAS TECH UNIV. SCH OF MEO
     LUBBOCK
                                                                 ANDERSON, L.             60632101
                                           DEVELOPMENT OF A HUDEL PROGRAM FOK THE
                                           LARGE SCALE STATE-WIDE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTEGRATED PEST MGT.
                                                           NEW   79/07/19
                                                                 NAU, CARL A.
                                            TEXAS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES PROGRAM
                                                                                          806-»0<40l
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                                                                                                                           $50,000
                                                                               S5S2,400
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
                                            AEROSOL DYNAMICS
                                                                 BROCK. J.
                                               60366003    INCR  79/09/04
                                                                                                                           S90,000
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
                                                                 HIMMELBLAU, 0.
                                            REACTIONS OF  SULFUR DIOXIDE  IN AEHUSOLS
                                                                                          60381403    INCR  79/04/27
                                                                                          60301403
                                                                                                      INCR  79/07/23
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     SAN ANTONIO
TEXAS, UMlv, OF
     GALVESTQN
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     HOUSTON
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     RICHARDSON
TEXAS, UNIV. OF
     AUSTIN
                      SURBEH, C,               60604601
ALTERNATE WATER DISINFECTION SCHEMES FOR
REDUCED TRIHALOMETHANE FORMATION

                      LEGATOR, M.              80619401
COMBINED TESTING PROTOCOL FOR DETECTING
ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENIC AGENTS

                      FfcRRELL, R.              60621901
LlTrtlUMl  EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF
CHRONIC EXPOSURE

                      PIWONI, M. D.            80654101
REMOVAL OF SELECTED PRIORITY POLLUTANT
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS FROM rfATER BY ACTIVATED CARBON COLUMN TREAT
                                                                                                      INCR  79/04/16
                                                                                                      INCR  79/08/15
                                                                                                             79/04/16
                                                                                                            79/07/05
                                                                 RACHELLE, GARY           60674301
                                           BUFFER ADDITIVES FOR STACK GAS DESULFURIZATION
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                                                           NEW   79/07/05
                                                                                                                            $69,992
                                                                                                                            SI, 600
                                                                                                                           123,369
                                                                                                                            839,770
                                                                                                                           944,006
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HEALTH EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION IN TEXAS
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REGIONAL TOXIC PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM
III TEXAS

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REGIONAL TOXIC PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM
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                      SILVEV, J.               90089301
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
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                      WARD, C. H.              90096601
TRAINING IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
                                                           NEW   79/08/30
                                                           NEW   79/09/19
                                                           NEW   79/09/18
                                                           NEW   79/09/05
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                      MIKLAS, MICHAEL
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                                               90101601     NEW   79/07/09
                                               90105101
                      HOLBERT, L.
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF TRAINING
PROGRAM ON OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS IN CONSTRUCTION
                      NEAL E ARMSTRONG PH.D    90089702
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
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                      PUTNICKI, G.             90099601
REGIONAL NOISE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER,
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                                                                                                      INCR  79/08/20
                                                           NEW   79/08/28
                     •50,000
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                                                                                910,860
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                                                                                          91136901    NEW   79/07/17
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      SALT  LAKE CIIY
                      SOUTHMCK, J.            60461701
EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO HIGH LEVELS OF ARSENIC
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            INCR  79/04/10
                      DAVIS, DONALD
MONITORING INSECT POPULATION IN UTAH ALFALFA
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                      ANDES, L.
A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT (TYPE B) BET«fcEN
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                      JONES, N.
GRADUATE TRAINING IN RURAL AND AGRICULTURE
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
CIVIL ENGR
                      UTAH, UNIV. OF
60531903    CONT  79/06/26
80569902    CONT  79/06/29
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                      UTAH, UNIV. OF
                                                                                           91130901     INCR   79/07/31
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BIOLOGY
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                                                                                           91145801     N£w    79/08/10
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FIFTH BIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL ESTUARINE
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ZOSTERA MAR1NAI BIOLOGY, PROPAGATION AND
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FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY OF SUBMERGED AUUATIC
VEGETATION IN THE LOWER CHESAPEAKE BAY
                      NICHOLS, M.
FATE, TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION UF TOXICS;
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                      KOK, L. T.
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL UF MUSK AND PLUMELESS
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                                               B0710701
                      BAUM,  K.  M.
ANALYSIS OF HTE CUSTS AND BENEFITS OF THE
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SEDIMENT * PORE WATER CHEMISTRY (CHESAPEAKE
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CITIZEN TRAINING — SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
                                               9009*201
                                                           NEW   79/05/15
                                               60675301     NEH   79/06/01
                                               60595301     INCR  79/06/26
                                               6Ub97«01     INCR  79/09/05
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PRODUCTION OF CITIZEN'S GUIl»E To THE FEDERAL
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                                                                                          90090901
                                                           INCR  79/06/2S
                                  >i,500
06-11-80
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     SEATTLE
SEATTLE, CITY OF, WATER OEPT.
     SEATTLE
WASHINGfUN STATE 0£PT. Of ECOLOGY
     ULYMPIA
                      POLISSAK, L.
CANCER INCIDENCE IN RELATION TO ASBESTOS
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80584602
                      KIRMEYER, G.             80668601
SEATTLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM CORROSION CONTROL
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                      CARELLI, C.
MODEL IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM - MONITORING
80654001
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NEW   79/04/18
                     $90,000
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WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.
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     PULLMAN
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     PULLMAN
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     PULLMAN
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MEASURE OF TROPOSPHERIC AND STRATOSPHERIC
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                      ROBINSON, E.              80534202
EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION Of DRY DEPOSITION
RATES

                      KING, LARKY              60552702
ON-FARM IMPROVEMENTS TO REDUCE SEDIMENT
ANO NUTRIENTS IN IRRIGATION RETURN  FLOw

                      ROBINSON, E,              80612401
ASSESSMENT OF TURBIDITY NETWORK DATA
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            INCR  79/06/27
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                     S61,887
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MEASUREMENT OF THE OXIDIZING POTENTIAL
OF THE TROPOSPHERE FOR SOLVENT EMISSIONS

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RURAL OXIUANT STUDIES AND THE RULE OF NOX,
IN RURAL UXIUANT FORMATION

                      HULDREN, H.
NATURAL UHSANIC EMISSIONS AND THEIR IMPACT
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                                                        PAGE    113

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WASHINGION, STATE OF
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                      FROST, FLOYD             80580902
STUDY OF THE DISTRIBUTION AND HEALTH EFFECTS
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                      ALLARD, j,               8o6a
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                                                   WASHINGTON
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                      STALEY, J.
EFFECT UF mASTEWATER DISINFECTION PROCEDURES
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                      WILSON, BARNEY
LAKE FEN*ICK RESTORATION
80712401    NEW   79/09/04       141,379
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80663701    NEW   79/09/25    S3,202,500
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REGION X CONSTITUENCY PROFILES
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AIR POLLUTION TRAINING PROGRAM
90079702    CONT  79/09/26
561,714
WASHINGTON,  UNIV.  OF
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WASHINGTON,  UNIV.  OF
     SEATTLE
                      FERliUSON, J.
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN *AT£R SUPPLY AND
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REGIONAL NOISE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE  CENTER
9008tt201    INCR  79/y9/Ob
90U9S601    NErt   79/08/28
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** FELLUnSHIPS  **
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     PULLMAN
                      WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.    91150701     ME*   79/08/24
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY
06-11-80
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                                                           NEW   79/09/27
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     SEATTLE
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91136001
                                                           NEW   79/07/17
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                                                                                           91128901    INCR  79/08/01
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                      ZANONl, A.               60670501
EVALOATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS K TREATA6ILITY
OF URBAN RUNOFF RESIDUALS

                                               60670501
NEW   79/08X31
                                                                                                      INCR  79X09X26
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 WISCONSIN DEPT. OF NATORAL  RESOURCES
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
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WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF
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                      WINTER, D. R.            80468701
EVALOATION OF LAKE REHABILITATION PROJECT
AT MIRROR AND SHADOW LAKES

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ESTIMATES OF "NO EFFECT" CONCENTRATIONS
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COAL FIRED STEAM PLANTS!  HUMAN AND EVIRPNM£NTAL
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                                                                                                            79X06X20
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     MILWAUKEE
SMALL is BEAUTIFUL,
     MILWAUKEE
                      WOODBURY, MARY ANN       60685601
DEVELOPMENT OF SYSTEMS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION,
 PREVENTION ANDXOR CONTROL OF TOXIC AND HAZARDOUS SUBS
                      KIPP, R.                 90090201
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
IN WATER POLLUTION CONTROL & WATER SUPPLY

                      6RADY, M.                90102401
SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL DAYS
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                                                                                                       NEW   79X07X26
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WAS7EWATER AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT
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                         90082901     INCR  79/07/26
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      MAUISON
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PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
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CIVIL » ENVIRONMENTAL
WISCONSIN, UNIV. OP       91125101     INCR  79/08/31
                                                           »7,272
                                                                                 »4,017
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                      WISCONSIN, UNIV.  OF
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PEETENS,  JAYNE
      MADISON
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
                      WISCONSIN, UNIV. OF      91135901     NEW   79/07/23
                                                           46,000
ROESLEK,  CRAIG
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WATER SCIENCE
                      WISCONSIN, UNIV.  OF      91137401     NEW   79/07/16
                                                           *4,226
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     MADISON
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                      WISCONSIN, UNIV. OP      91125201     INCH  79/07/26
                                                           »1,020
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WYOMING, UNIv. OF

     LAKAM1E
         UfJIv. OF
                      CROCKER, T.
METHOUS DEVELOPMENT FOR ASSESSING TRADEOFFS
If^ ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

                      KICHAKO, P.
THE IMPORTANCE AND FUNCTIONS OF ALLUVIAL
VALLEY FLOORS
80*05901    INCR  79/09/U
80089903    CONT  79/04/12
                                               60689903    INCR  79/07/17
                                $100,000
                                                                                                                            $78,600
WYOMING, UNIv. OF
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                                                                FTS  8-629-2253
                                                                ENG  DEPT
  TASK =GC2P -000535  **EPA=R8OOS65-13   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O1/75  - 03/3O  :    FY8O
TG ELLESTAD                EPA/ESRL  - RTP
AP WAGGONER                UNIV OF WASHINGTON
12/79 -FIELD STUDY
03/80 -REPORT ON OPTICAL EFFECTS OF  ATMOSPHERIC  AEROSOLS
(PE-C2P )           ATMOS  TRANS OF  ENERGY  RELATED  POLLUTANTS
REPORT ON OPTICAL EFFECTS  OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS
1O-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
SUMMER 1979 FIELD STUDY HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND DATA
IS CURRENTLY BEING ANALVZED.
RECN-005212           SSIE-GMA  6124 1      EPA  -R8OO665-13
LABN-G832B-EA-014     PE   -C2P
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS SUPPLEMENTAL PROGRAM  IS  TO SUPPORT  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  WASHINGTON'S
 PARTICIPATION IN THE DECEMBER  1979  VISTTA FIELD STUDY. APPROACH:  A) MEASURE:  OPTICAL  SCATTERING
 EXTINCTION. PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION. 03. AND S02.  INSTRUMENTS  TO BE  USED  INCLUDE  (1)  A
 32-WAVELENGTH TELEPHOTOMETER,  (2)  AN AEROSOL SIZING SYSTEM CONSISTING OF  AN  OPTICAL  PARTICLE
 COUNTER, ELECTROSTATIC MOBILITY ANALYZER, AND DATA SYSTEM, (3) CONTINUOUS GAS MONITORS  FOR  S02  AND
 03.
                                                                  ORD  -RG10B3O-1080
                                                                  UPDATED-  06-28-8O
-•PROJECT: 001867-OPTICAL EFFECTS  OF  ATMOSPHERIC  AEROSOL
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK =G6O3A-AG-011  l *EPA=R8O0665-13   "*  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 01/75 - 09/78  •   FY78
TG ELLESTAD               EPA/ESRL  - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2253
AP WAGGONER               UNIV OF WASHINGTON                   ENG DEPT
RJ CHARLSON               UNIV OF WASHINGTON                   ENG DEPT
09/78 -ORD REPORT ON  ANTHROPOGENIC  CONTRIBUTION TO VISIBILITY LOSS
(PE-603 )           TRANS. AND FATE OF  POLLUTANTS -AIR
1O-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
RECN-001867           SSIE-GMA  2652 3      EPA -R800665-13       ORD -RG10B30-1078
                      PE  -603
                      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 77
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THIS CONTINUES OUR PAST STUDIES 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
LAPN-G6O3A-AE-18
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                   TASK =CC36 -02TE01 **EPA=S803602-05  ** (GRANT)
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  MILESTONES.
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                                         FTS 8-684-7631
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                                         ST. PAUL
                                         ST. PAUL
                                                                                                          MN  551O1
                                                                                                          MN  55101
                                                                                                          MN  55101
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 ABSTRACT	
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  05/75  -  09/8O :    FYBO
IJ KUGELMAN                EPA/MERL  - CINC
RC POLTA                   METRO  WASTE  CONTROL  COMM
DA STULC                   METRO  WASTE  CONTROL  COMM
RC RICE                    METRO  WASTE  CONTROL  COMM
O7/76 -REPORT ON EXISTING  I&A
12/78 -REPORT ON SLUDGE THICKENING
11/80 -REPORT ON VACUUM FILTER
03/81 -REPORT ON INCINERATOR
(PE-C36 )           URBAN  SYS &  TOXICS  RESIDUAL  MANAGE  -  WATER  QUALITY
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
SUCCESFUL DEMONSTRATION OF BLANKET LEVEL IN SLUDGE  THICKENING
WAS DEMON. PAYBACK PROVIDES 6 MONTHS CONTROL ALGORITHYMS
HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED FOR VACCUM FILTER  AND  INCENERATOR
ON LINE DEMONSTRATION IS NOW IN  PROGRESS.
RECN-O04395           SSIE-GMA   557S 1       EPA  -S3O36O2-O5
LABN-C821B-02TE01     PE   -C36
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO DEVELOP AND  DEMONSTRATE  AUTOMATED  CONTROL STRATEGIES  FOR POTW  ESPECIALLY  FOR  SLUDGE
 HANDLING. APPROACH:  1. EVALUATE EFFICACY  OF EXISTING AUTOMATION AT MWCC PLANTS.  2. AUTOMATION  FOR
 SLUDCiE THICKENING. VACUUM FILTRATION.  INCINERATION  AND ANAEROBIC DIGESTION  BASED ON THEORV AND
 PRESENT  MANUAL PRACTICES.
                                                                                   ORD -RC1OB3O-1Q79
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  EPA   OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES...:

  PROGRAM ID....
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT..  .
                                         FTS 8-629-2181
                                         SCH OF ENG/CHEM ENG
  TASK =G6O3A-AC-O05  •"•EPA=R8O366O-O2  ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  04/75 - 03/79 :    FY79
JL DURHAM                  EPA/ESRL  - RTP
JR BROCK                   UNIV OF TEX.AS
08/78 -FIELD STUDY  TO AEROSOL  DEPOSITION  RATE
03/79 -ORD FINAL REPORT
(PE-603  )           TRANS. AND FATE -AIR
1O-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
AROSOL VALIDATED FOR  TRANSPORT OF COARSE  PRIMARY PARTICLES
IN PHOENIX.  AEROSOL DEPOSITION VELOCITIES OBSERVED DURING
DAYTIME TO BE ABOUT 1 CM/SEC.  WHICH IS FACTOR  OF 10 GREATER
THAN CURRENTLY ADOPTED  VALUE.   NO RADIOACTIVE  PLUMES MADE.
RECN-OO1842           SSIE-GMA  388O 2      EPA  -R803660-03
LABN-G603A-AE-09      PE   -603
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: ( 1 ) TO DEVELOP  THEORETICAL MODELS THAT DESCRIBE THE EVOLUTION OF AEROSOL SIZE
 DISTRIBUTIONS IN URBAN ATMOSPHERES IN THE PLUMES,  f2) TO MEASURE THE DRV DEPOSITION RATES OF
 AEROSOLS FOR USE IN THE MODELS AEROSOL REMOVAL  TERM, AND (3) TO PERFORM MEASUREMENTS OF RADIOACTIVE
 AEROSOL CONTENT OF POWER  PLANT PLUME FROM COAL  BURNING STATION.  APPROACH:  (1) THE NUMERICAL
 COMPUTER MODEL AROSOL  WILL BE USED TO PREDICT 3-DIMENSIONAL  CONCENTRATION PATTERNS IN URBAN AREAS.
 THE PROCESSES TO BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT INCLUDE:  ADVECTION,  HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL DIFFUSION,
 COAGULATION, CONDENSATION, DRY DEPOSITION,  POINT AND AREA SOURCES.  AND NUCLEATION. (A) A
 FAST-RESPONSE ELECTRO-IMPACTOR WILL BE USED TO  MEASURE AEROSOL DRY  DEPOSITION RATES FOR PARTICLES
 WITH DIAMETERS 0.2-4 MICROMETERS B* THE  EDDY-CORRELATION METHOD.  (3) A POWER PLANT PLUME WILL BE
 SAMPLED WITH AN AIRCRAST  TO DETERMINE THE CONCENTRATION AND  TYPE OF ALPHA RADIATION BEING EMITTED
 BY AEROSOLS.
                                                                                    ORD -RG10B30-1079
                                            UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79

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  TASK  =G603A-AC-OO8  *'EPA = R8O3814-03S2 ' • *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O8/75  -  O8/79      FY79
JL DURHAM                  EPA/ESRL  -  RTP                        FTS  8-629-2181
DM HIMMELBLAU              UNIV OF  TEXAS                         SCH  OF  ENG/CHEM  ENG
08/79 -COMPARISON OF  EXPERIMENTAL  MEASUREMENTS  W/MODEL  PREDICTIONS  BASED
(PE-6O3  )           TRANS.  AND FATE  -AIR
COMPARISON OF  EXPERIMENTAL  MEASUREMENTS W/MODEL
PREDICTIONS BASED ON  MASS  TRANSFER THEORY  AND
BULK REACTION  RATE CONSTANTS.
10-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS  INDICATE THAT REACTION
RATE CONSTANTS OBTAINED  IN BULK WATER  SYSTEMS MAY
BE COMBINED WITH MASS TRANSPORT THEORY TO  YIELD
REACTION RATE  FOR SUSPENDED  AEROSOLS.
RECN-O01946           SSIE-GMA 3578 4       EPA -R803814-Q3S2     ORD  -RG10B30-1O79
                      PE   -603
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   JUL-SEP  79
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO MEASURE THE CHEMICAL REACTION  RATE AND EXTENT OF  REACTION OF  SULFUR DIOXIDE  IN AIR
 WITH AEROSOL DROPLETS CONTAINING CATALYTIC  IONS OR OXIDANTS. APPROACH: AEROSOLS ARE  PASSED  THROUGH
 A FLOW REACTOR IN WHICH THEY  ARE CONTACTED  WITH SULFUR DIOXIDE  LABELED WITH S-35. FROM  THE  AEROSOL
 RESIDENCE TIME AND S-35 TRANSFERRED TO THE  AEROSOL. THE  SULFUR  DIOXIDE OXIDATION RATE IS  DEDUCED
 FROM MASS TRANSFER/CHEMICAL REACTION MODELS FOR REACTIVE DROPLETS. RESULTS  TO  DATE:  EXPERIMENTAL
 MEASUREMENTS OF SULFUR DIOXIDE OXIDATION  IN MANGANEOUS SULFATE  SOLUTION AEROSOLS INDICATE THAT  THE
 PSEUDO-FIRST  ORDER REACTION RATE CONSTANT IS APPROXIMATELY O.O1/SEC.  THIS RESULT INDICATES  THAT
 REACTION RATE CONSTANTS OBTAINED  IN BULK  WATER SYSTEMS MAY BE  COMBINED WITH MASS TRANSPORT  THEORY
 TO YIELD THE  REACTION  RATE  FOR SUSPENDED  AEROSOLS.
LABN-G625B-EA-22
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                                                                FTS  8-629-2582
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                UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79
  TASK =G6O3A-AC-OO7  - •• EPA=R8O385 1 -O3   *~  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 07/75  - 04/79  :    FY79
WE WILSON                 EPA/ESRL - RTP
                          UNIV OF  MINNESOTA
                    TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
          CLEAN AIR ACT
                      SSIE-GMA  3942 2       EPA  -R803851-03
                      PE  -603
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS HAVE BEEN MEASURED  IN THE  ST   LOUIS  AREA  AS  PART  OF  EPA'S  PROJECT  MISTT
 USING AIRCRAFT AND GROUND-BASED.  SELF-CONTAINED MOBILE  LABORATORIES. THE UNIVERSITY  OF  MINNESOTA'S
 PORTION OF THE PROJECT INCLUDED AEROSOL MEASUREMENTS  ABOARD AN AIRCRAFT AND THE  OPERATION  OF A
 MOBILE VAN ON THE GROUND UNDER THE  PLUMES.  REPORTS  WERE  PREPARED  ON DATA ANALYSIS. THE  DEVELOPMENT
 OF NEW ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES  AND RESULTS OF AEROSOL DATA  OBTAINED OVER THE PAST  SEVERAL YEARS  IN
 PROJECT MISTT AND THE ROADWAY AEROSOL  STUDY   AEROSOL  SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS FOR EPA'S  PROJECT  STATE
 (SULFUR TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION IN THE ENVIRONMENT)  IN TENNESSEE  AND FOR  EPA'S  PROJECT  SCRUB
 IN ALABAMA AND MINNESOTA WERE MADE. THE STATE PROGRAM IS DIRECTED TO DESCRIBING  REACTIONS  AND
 ATMOSPHERIC PROCESSES AFFECTING PLUME  BEHAVIOR  OVER  TIME SCALES OF  12-96 HOURS AND DISTANCES OUT  TO
 10OO KM. BY CONTRAST THE SCRUB PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE  AN  ASSESSMENT OF THE TRANSPORT AND
 TRANSFORMATION OCCURRING WITHIN A POWER PLANT PLUME  WITH AN S02 SCRUBBER OUT TO  DISTANCES  OF ABOUT
 2OO KM AND TRAVEL TIMES MOSTLY LESS THAN  12 HOURS.

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  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
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  MANDATE	
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  PROJ  STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT	
                                      FTS 8-629-2582
                                      DEPT OF MECH ENG
                                         ORD -RG1OB3O-1O79
                                         UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 80
  TASK =G6O3A-AA-O19 * •• EPA = R8O385 1 -O3S4 • '  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 05/77  -  04/79  :    FY79
WE WILSON                 EPA/ESRL  - RTP
KT WHITBY                 UNIV OF MINNESOTA
04/79 -COMPLETE DATA ANALYSIS
(PE-603 )           TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
RECN-OO1877           SSIE-GMA   2528 4       EPA  -R8O3851-03S4
LABN-G603A-AH-OO3     PE  -603
PROJECT-HISTORICAL    INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
AEROSOL SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS HAVE  BEEN MEASURED  IN THE  ST.  LOUIS  AREA  AS  PART  OF  ERA'S PROJECT MISTT
 USING AIRCRAFT AND GROUND-BASED SELF-CONTAINED  MOBILE LABORATORIES.  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  MINNESOTA'S
 PORTION OF THE PROJECT INCLUDED AEROSOL MEASUREMENTS  ABOARD AN AIRCRAFT  AND THE  OPERATION OF A
 MOBILE VAN ON THE GROUND UNDER  THE PLUMES.  THE  PAST  YEAR WAS DEVOTED PRIMARILY TO DATA ANALYSIS.
 THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES  AND  REPORTING RESULTS  OF  AEROSOLS DATA OBTAINED OVER THE
 PAST SEVERAL YEARS IN PROJECT MISTT AND THE ROADWAY  AEROSOL STUDY  DURING THE  COMING /EAR THE
 PARTICLE TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY  OF THE UNIVERSITY  OF  MINNESOTA  WILL  BE  MEASURING  AEROSOL SIZE
 DISTRIBUTION FOR EPA'S PROJECT  STATE  (SULFUR  TRANSPORT  AND TRANSFORMATION IN THE ENVIRONMENT) IN
 TENNESSEE AND FOR EPA'S PROJECT SCRUB IN  ALABAMA  AND  MINNESOTA. THE  STATE PROGRAM IS DIRECTED TO
 DESCRIBING REACTIONS AND ATMOSPHERIC  PROCESSES  AFFECTING PLUME BEHAVIOR  OVER TIME SCALES OF 12-96
 HOURS AND DISTANCES OUT TO  1OOO KM. BY CONTRAST THE  SCRUB PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE AN ASSESSMENT OF THE
 TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION OCCURRING WITHIN A POWER PLANT PLUME WITH AN S02  SCRUBBER OUT TO
 DISTANCES OF ABOUT 1OOO KM  AND  TRAVEL TIMES MOSTLY LESS  THAN 12 HOURS. RESOURCES WILL  BE PROVIDED
 TO COMPLETE DATA ANALYSIS AND REPORT  ON PROJECT MISTT AND TO PARTICIPATE IN THE  PLANNING OF PROJECT
 SCRUB AND THE SUBSEQUENT DATA ANALYSIS. OTHER TASKS  INCLUDE THE MEASUREMENT OF GASEOUS AND AEROSOL
 POLLUTANTS UNDER AND IN PLUMES  BEING  CHARACTERIZED IN PROJECT  STATE  AND  DEVELOPMENT OF AN AEROSOL
 MOBILITY CHROMATOGRAPH TO DETERMINE MOLECULAR COMPOSITION OF SULFUR-CONTAINING AEROSOLS.

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'PROJECT- OO5722-ISOLATION AND STUDY OF CHLORO-ORGANICS RESULTING  FROM  CHLORINATION OF
                 SEAWATER
                   TASK  =OC2N -000021  **EPA=R803893-03  * *  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE   OV75  - LINK    :   FY8O
  EPA  OFFICER.  WP DAVIS                  EPA/ERL -GULF BREEZE                  CML (803)  559-O3"M
  INVESTIGATOR.: JH CARPENTER              UNIV OF MIAMI                         MAR 8  ATMOS SCI
  MILESTONES.. : O5/79  -REPORT
  PROGRAM ID...  (PE-C2N  )            TRANS.FATE,  AND  EFFECTS  OF ENERGY  PEL  POLLUTANTS
  MANDATE	: 4O-99
  ORDIS CODES.   RECN-O05722            SSIE-GMA  2478 5       EPA -R803893-03        ORD -RO10B30-4080
                 LABN-0625A-0021        PE  -C2N
  PROJ STATUS. : ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT      .: OBJECTIVE: SEEKS  TO IDENTIFY THE CHLORINE-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 OPERATIONS.  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 CHROMATOGRAPHIC-MASS
                  SPECTRAL  TECHNIQUES  AND ADDITIONAL CHARACTERIZATION WOULD BE BASED ON  UV AND IR SPECTRA WITH NMR
                  FOR SPECIAL CASES.

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TITLE OF PROJECT
 South  Carolina Overland Flow Project
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT. AND OFFICIAL TITLES Or PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
 £ROFE.5SJONAL. PEBSO.NNEL ENGAGED IN^THE PRO.LECT. ..       _          _-!/•,  -i-^.,-.   4.   -104-1,
 .  John E. Jenkins,  P . E., Deputy Commissioner, Environmental  Quality Control, South
    Carolina Department of Health and  Environmental  Control
2.  Thomas E. Pollock, Assistant Professor  of Environmental Systems Engineering, Clemson
    University
3.  Malcolm M. Watkins, Project Officer,  S.C. Dept.  of Health  and Environmental Control
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
South  Carolina Department of  Health and  Environmental Control
Environmental Quality Control
2600 Bull Street.  Columbia. South Carolina  29201    	
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK- (1) Objectives, (2) Approach, (3) Cun-ent Plans and/or Progress (200 words or less. Omit confidential data).
  In the Snu thsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of work in progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup -
  porting research and are forwarded to investigators who request such information. Your summary is to be used for these purposes.

       An overland  flow treatment system was built  at  Easley  during first two year
 project period.  This is  nearing completion and will be ready  for start up  by
 September 1978.  This grant will be  for  operation and testing  at the facility, in
 order to determine treatment efficiences for varied  application rates and application
 schedules.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA1  PROTECTION AGENCY
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       RUN DATE: O7/09/80                 *ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT"                              PAGE-

*PROJECT: OOC924-CONTROLLED  LANDFILL STABILIZATION BY LEACHATE RECYCLE

                   TASK  =C818A-S1T025  +*EPA=R803953     ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O7/75 - 12/79     FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: DR BRUNNER                 EPA/MERL - CINC                      FTS 8-684-7871
  INVESTIGATOR.- F  POHLAND                 GEORGIA INST OF TECH                 SCH OF CIVIL ENG
                 R  WISCOVITCH             GEORGIA INST OF TECH                 SCH OF CIVIL ENG
  MILESTONES...  02/78  -INTERIM REPORT ON DECOMPOSITION RATES
                 05/80  -FINAL  REPORT ON PILOT SCALE EVALUATION OF LEACHATE RECYCLE CONCEPT
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-818  )           CONTROL TECHNOLOGY  - SOLID WASTE
  FINAL OUTPUT.. PILOT  SCALE EVALUATION OF LEACHATE RECYCLE CONCEPT.
  MANDATE	: 10-05     RESOURCE  CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
                 20-14     DAA FOR SOLID WASTE
                 30-99
  CURR. RESULTS: STABILIZATION APPEARED TO BE DEPENDENT ON TEMPERATURE
                 AS WELL  AS  LEACHATE RECYCLE;   REPORTS PRESENTED
                 AT SHWRD ANNUAL  SYMPOSIA.
  ORDIS CODES..  RECN-OOO924           SSIE-GMA  3929 2      EPA -R803953          ORD -RC10B30-5O79
                 LABN-C618A-7O32        PE  -818
  PROJ STATUS..:  PROJECT-COMPLETED     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	:  OBJECTIVES: THE  OBJECTIVES  OF  THE PROPOSED WORK ARE  TO CONFIRM LABORATORY STUDIES OF THE LEACHATE
                  RECYCLE CONCEPT  WITH LARGER,  PROTOTYPE  TEST CELLS AND TO ELUCIDATE INFORMATION ON MASS FLUX OF GAS
                  AND LEACHATE  COMPONENTS, WITH PARTICULAR ATTENTION  TO THE EFFECT OF EVAPOTRANSPIRArION ON THE RATES
                  AND QUANTITIES  OF  LEACHATE. APPROACH:  TWO DOUBLY-LINED TEST CELLS. 12 X 12 X  10 FEET HIGH,  ONE
                  COMPLETELY CLOSED  FOR QUANTITATIVE GAS  MEASUREMENT  AND THE OTHER COVERED WITH SOIL AS IS THE USUAL
                  PRACTICE AT  LANDFILLS.  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 MONITORED FOR C02,  CH4.  AND OTHER CONSTITUENTS AND TOTAL VOLUME:
                  LEACHATE WILL BE MONITORED FOR BOD.  COD,  TOC,  TOTAL  AND INDIVIDUAL VOLATILE ACIDS, ALKALINITY,
                  ACIDITY, PH.  NITROGEN AND  PHOSPHORUS, CHLORIDES,  SULFIDES OR SULFATES,  AND PERTINENT HEAV /  AND
                  ALKALINE EARTH METALS.  THE SOLID WASTE  OF EACH CELL  WILL BE SAMPLED AT  THE START AND COMPLETION OF
                  THE TESTS  FOR VISUAL  AND QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERIZATION.  OUTPUT:  MASS FLUX  WILL BE DETERMINED FOR
                  THE CONTAMINANT  MONITORED  AND ANALYSES  MADE TO INTERPRET AND CONTROL THE STABILIZATION PROCESS.
                  MODIFICATIONS TO THE  BASIC SYSTEMS  OPERATION  WILL BE MADE AS REQUIRED.  THE ENERGY GENERATION
                  POTENTIAL,  METHANE PRODUCTION.  WILL  BE  ASSESSED.  RECOMMENDED DESIGN AND CONTROL PROCEDURES  FOR
                  LEACHATE CONTAINMENT  AND RECYCLE WILL BE  DEVELOPED.  A RIGOROUS  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE COST/BENEFITS OF
                  THE RECYCLE  CONCEPT.  IN CONTEXT OF  DAILY  OPERATION/IMPLEMENTATION,  INCLUDING  ECONOMIC AND TECHNICAL
                  FEASIBILITY.  AND THE  EXTENT OF POTENTIAL  APPLICATION WILL BE PREPARED.

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                                                   PROTECTION AGENCY
                                                    EVELOPMENT »
                                                    TIONS
                                                  ;  T  R  A  C T '
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'PROJECT: OO4566-
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT. .   .
 KANEOHF BAY - RESOURCES OF A TROPICAL ESTUARY TO RELAXATION OF  SEWAGE
 STRESS
   TASK =X614 -000001 **EPA=R803983-O3  **  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  11/75 - 11/78  :   FY78
 KT PEREZ                  EPA/OHR- DAA                          838-4843
 SV SMITH                  UNIV OF HAWAII SYSTEM                 HAWAII  INST MARINE  BIOLOGY
 11/78 -FINAL REPORT
 (PE-614 )            DRINKING WATER
 3O-99     ECOLOGICAL
 FIELD MONITORING AND FIELD AND LAB EXPERIMENTS BEING
 PERFORMED.   HAVE PUBLISHED SEVERAL PAPERS  AND TWO
 ANNUAL REPORTS TO DATE.
 RECN-004566           SSIE-GMA  5577         EPA -R8O3983-03       ORD  -RX1OB30-3078
 PE  -614
 PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP  79
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS -PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVES: TO ASCERTAIN THE BIOLOGICAL AND  CHEMICAL RESPONSES  TO A TROPICAL CORAL REEF/ESTUARY
  ECOSYSTEM TO THE TERMINATION OF SEWAGE STRESS. TO WHAT EXTENT  AND AT  WHAT RATE DOES  TME ECOSYSTEM
  RETURN TO PRE-STRESS CONDITIONS? APPROACH:  FIELD MONITORING AND FIELD AND LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
  ARE BEING PERFORMED. WE HAVE  1-PLUS YEARS OF TIME-SERIES PRE-DIVERSION BASELINE DATA,  AND  WE
  ANTICIPATE COLLECTING 1-PLUS YEARS OF POST  DIVERSION RECOVERY  DATA, WE WILL THEN  BE  ABLE TO
  DOCUMENT  THE RECOVERY CHARACTERISTICS OF  THE ECOSYSTEM AND DERIVE PREDICTIVE ABILITY THEREFROM. WE
  HAVE PUBLISHED SEVERAL PAPERS AND HAVE PREPARED TWO ANNUAL REPORTS TO DATE.
•PROJECT:  OO3797
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ  STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
-KANEOHE BAY - RESPONSES OF A TROPICAL ESTUARY TO RELAXATION OF SEWAGE
 STRESS
   TASK =P608C-OOOOO9 --*EPA=R803983-03   -•  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE    11/75 - 11/79  •   FY79
 KT PEREZ                  EPA/ERL - NARR                       FTS 8-838-4843
 SV SMITH                  UNIV OF HAWAII SYSTEM                HAWAII INST MARINE BIOLOGt'
 11/79 -PROJECT COMPLETION DATE, FINAL REPORT
 (PE-608 )           ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND EFFECTS
 PROJECT COMPLETION DATE, FINAL REPORT.
 1O-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
 OVER 1 YEAR TIME-SERIES BASELINE DATA.  SEVERAL PAPERS
 PUBLISHED AND TWO ANNUAL REPORTS PREPARED.
 RESEARCH COMPLETED, FINAL REPORT IN PROCESS.
                       SSIE-GMA  4248 2      EPA -R8O3983-O3
                       PE  -6O8
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVES: TO ASCERTAIN THE BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL RESPONSES OF A TROPICAL CORAL REEF/ESTUARY
  ECOSYSTEM TO THE TERMINATION OF SEWAGE STRESS. TO WHAT EXTENT AND AT WHAT RATE DOES THE ECOSYSTEM
  RETURN TO PRE-STRESS CONDITIONS? APPROACH: FIELD MONITORING AND FIELD AND LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
  ARE BEING PERFORMED. WE HAVE  1 PLUS YEARS OF TIME-SERIES PRE-DIVERSION BASELINE DATA. AND WE
  ANTICIPATE COLLECTING 1 PLUS YEARS OF POST DIVERSION RECOVERY DATA. WE WILL THEN BE ABLE TO
  DOCUMENT THE RECOVERY CHARACTERISTICS OF  THE ECOSYSTEM AND DERIVE PREDICTIVE ABILITY THEREFROM. WE
  HAVE PUBLISHED SEVERAL PAPERS AND HAVE PREPARED TWO ANNUAL REPORTS TO DATE.
RECN-OO3797
LABN-P775 -091
PROJECT-COMPLETED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                    ORD  -RP1OB31 -1O79
UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79

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                          - OFFICE OF RESEARCH .    1EVELOPMENT '
                               GRANT PROJECT DEi,   PTIONS
                          * 0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*
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'PROJECT- OO1896-MEASUREMENT  OF  TROPOSPHERIC AND STRATOSPHERIC TRACE GASES BY GAS
                 CHROMATOGRAFHY
                   TASK  =G6O3A-AF-005 **EPA=R804033     *' (GRANT)
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROd STATUS.

  ABSTRACT. .  . .
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE  :  O4/77 - OO/80
                                                                  FY79
PL HANST
DR CRONN
RA RASMUSSEN
E  ROBINSON
12/8O  -FINAL REPORT
(PE-603  )
1O-O2      CLEAN  AIR ACT
RECN-OO1896
LABN-G603A-AI-OO4
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                           EPA/ESRL - RTP
                           WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
                           WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
                           WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
                     TRANS.  AND FATE -AIR
                                 2753 3
                                             EPA -R804033
                                                                FTS  8-629-2998
                                                                DEPT OF  CIVIL &  ENV ENGIN
                                                                DEPT OF  CIVIL &  ENV ENGIN
                                                                DEPT OF  CIVIL &  ENV ENGIN
                                                                   ORD -RG10B30-1079
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE   -6O3
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
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 CAPTURE  - GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY AND GAS
 CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY -WHILE  GAS  CHROMATOGRAPHY  WITH  FLAME IONIZATION  DETECTION WILL BE
 EMPLOYED FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE HYDROCARBONS. SAMPLES WILL BE COLLECTED BY  AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS
 IN THE UNITED STATES.
•PROJECT:  001892-MEASUREMENT OF TROPOSPHERIC  AND  STRATOSPHERIC  TRACE  GASES BY  GAS
                 CHROMATOGRAPHY
                   TASK =G6O3A-AI-OO1  +*EPA=R8O4033-03   -*  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  OV?7  -  04/78      FY77
  EPA   OFFICER.:  PL HANST                   EPA/ESRL  - RTP
  INVESTIGATOR.:  DR CRONN                   WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
                                            WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
                                            WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID..
  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT...
DR CRONN
RA RASMUSSEN
E  ROBINSON
02/78 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-603 )
RECN-001892
LABT-EPE
PROJECT-COMPLETED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                     TRANS.  AND  FATE  OF  POLLUTANTS
                       SSIE-GMA   4702        EPA -R804O33-O3

                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                FTS 8-629-2998
                                                                DEPT OF CIVIL & ENV EfJGIN
                                                                DEPT OF CIVIL & ENV ENGIN
                                                                DEPT OF CIVIL 8 ENV ENGIN
                                                                   PE   -603
                                                                   UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 76
                       INFO-ORIGINAL
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
THIS IS ONE OF A MULTI-PART  PROJECT  WHOSE  SUMMARY MAY BE IDENTICAL TO OTHERS. 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 CAPTURE-GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY AND GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS
 SPECTROMETRY WHILE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY  WITH  FLAME IONIZATION DETECTION WILL BE EMPLOYED FOR THE
 DETERMINATION OF THE  HYDROCARBONS.  SAMPLES  WILL BE COLLECTED BY AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS IN THE UNITED
 STATES-

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                                                GRANT PROJECT DESv.   'TIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/O9/80                 *ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*

'PROJECT: OO1OB7-A  LONGITUDINAL EVALUATION OF LEAD BODY BURDEN IN GROWING CHILDREN
                             PAGE-
                                       1 1
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...:
  FINAL OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
FTS 8-684-7461
COLUMBUS
OH 432O5
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT....
  TASK =DC6O  -2EOOO1  "EPA = R8O4168-O3  • * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  05/76 - O6/81 :    FV80
RK MIDAY                   EPA/HERL - CINC
AH LUBIN                   CHILDRENS HOSPITAL
O4/79 -DELIVERY  OF  ALL MOTHERS ENROLLED
O1/81 -COMPLETION OF  24 MONTH  FOLLOW-UP PERIOD
06/-81 -ANALYSIS  OF  LEAD TRENDS COMPLETED
(PE"C6O  )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - DRINKING WATER
ANALYSIS OF LEAD TRENDS
1O-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER  ACT
INITIAL DATA  INDICATE CORRELATION BETWEEN LEAD IN
BLOOD OF MOTHER. CORD BLOOD LEAD, AND NEWBORN
INFANT LEAD VALUES.   LEAD IN DUST RESULTS CONFIRM
DUST TO BE SIGNIFICANT SOURCE  OF LEAD INTAKE.
RECN-001087            SSIE-GMA  5393 2      EPA -R804168-03
LABN-D614 -017         PE  -C60
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY IS TO ASSESS THE ASSOCIATION OF BIOCHEMICAL NUTRITIONAL  AND
 GROWTH PARAMETERS  WITH THE AMOUNT OF EXPOSURE OF COMMONLY ACCEPTED SOURCES OF ENVIRONMENTAL  LEAD
 (AIR, DUST AND  WATER) DURING  THE MOTHER'S PREGNANCY AND IN THE OFFSPRING'S SUBSEQUENT  FIRST  TWO
 YEARS OF LIFE.  APPROACH:  APPROXIMATELY 2OO CHILDREN IN EACH OF THREE CITIES. COLUMBUS,  OHIO;
 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS; AND NEW BECFORD,  MASSACHUSETTS ARE BEING ENROLLED AND PROSPECTIVELY FOLLOWED
 DURING THE FIRST TWO YEARS OF LIFE, WITH FREQUENT PERSONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING.
                                                                                    ORD  -RD1OB3O-1080
   UPDATED-  O6-28-80

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                          "  OFFICE  OF RESEARCH A    EVELOPMENT -
                               GRANT PROJECT  DESC. .,JTION5
                          *ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT"
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*PROJECT-  001206-ASBESTOS IN DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLIES AND CANCER  INCIDENCE  IN FIVE
                 CALIFORNIA COUNTIES
                   TASK =D614B-OOO081 **EPA=R804366-Q2  **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 04/76 -  12/78  :   FY78
  EPA  OFFICER.:  LJ MCCABE                 EPA/HERL - CiNC
  INVESTIGATOR.:  RC COOPER                 UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
               -  JC MURCHIO                UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
                                                                DEPT  OF  BIOMED  &  ENV HLTH
                                                                DEPT  OF  BIOMED  &  ENV HLTH
  MILESTONES..

  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
RS PAFFENBARGER
04/77 -ANNUAL REPORT
O4/78 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-614 )           DRINKING  WATER
10-13     SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT
RECN-001206
LABN-D614B-O13D
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                           UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
2770 2
            EPA -R8O4366-02
                                                                                DEPT OF BIOMED & ENV HLTH
                                  ORD -RD10B30-1O78
            ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                  UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 77
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE   -614
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT  IS 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 PHASES: THE  FIRST PHASE DEALS  WITH THE  IDENTIFICATION
 AND DESCRIPTION OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA WATERSHED AND WATER DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEMS,  WHICH WILL
 INCLUDE: THE SITE OF WATER SOURCES, THEIR GEOMORPHIC COMPOSITION, GEO-POLITICAL AREA SERVED.  METHOD
 OF WATER TREATMENT 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 INCIDENCE AND CANCER MORTALITY DATA FROM THE 3RD NATIONAL CANCER SURVEY CONDUCTED  IN THE  FIVE
 SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA COUNTIES UNDER CONSIDERATION. CORRELATIONS BETWEEN THE OBSERVED OCCURRENCE
 OF ASBESTOS IN DRINKING WATER AND THE INCIDENCE OF HUMAN  QANCER WILL BE DETERMINED USING  THE
 INFORMATION GATHERED IN THE  THREE PHASES OF THIS STUDY.

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-PROJECT: OO6667-STUDIES  TO  IMPROVE  RELIABILITY & SENSITIVITY OF BACT.  MUTAGENESIS AS
                 SCREEN FOR  ENV.  CARCINOGENS
                   TASK =HC1T  -9887OO *>EPA=R804395     '* (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  04/76 - 05/80 :    FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
MD WATERS                  EPA/HERL  -  RTP                        FTS  8-629-2537
   UNKNOWN                 WASHINGTON  UNIV                       ST LOUIS                   MO 63130
O8/77 -REPORT ON MICROSOMAL  EFFECT  WITH STRAIN  TA  1538
                 01/78  -REPORT  ON MUTAGENESIS SCREENING OF URINE
                 05/8O  -ANALYSIS  OF  CHEMICAL WORKERS URINE
                 05/8O  -ANALYSIS  OF  COKE  OVEN WORKERS URINE
                 06/80  -FINAL REPORT
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-C1T  )            HEALTH EFFECTS  - TOXICS
  MANDATE	: 10-99      NONE
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-OO6667            SSIE-HZ 809887        EPA -R804395          ORD -RH1OB30-10SO
                 PE   -C1T
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED -  06-28-80    UPDATED-   06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	  THE  DETECTION  OF MUTAGENS IN THE URINE OF WORKERS IN EXCESS OF APPROPRIATE  CONTROLS MAY BE
                   INDICATIVE OF EXPOSURE  TO GENOTOXIC AGENTS. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF METHODOLOGY TO DETECT SUCH
                   PHENOMENA IN  WORKERS IS A REASONABLE FIRST STEP TO THE  APPLICATION OF  SIMILAR APPROACHES IN THE
                   AMBIENT  ENVIRONMENT. THE GRANTEE HAS DEVELOPED TECHNIQUES TO CONCENTRATE URINE AND BIOASSAN
                   MUTAGENS  USING  A MODIFICATION OF THE AMES PROCEDURE.  THESE TECHNIQUES  ARE  TO BE  IMPLEMENTED UNDER
                   FIELD  CONDITIONS AS AN  EXTENSION OF THE ORIGINAL GRANT.  PLANNING HAS BEGUN ON A  STUDY TO EXAMINE
                   THE URINE OF  SALT  MINE  WORKERS EXPOSED TO HIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF DIESEL  EXHAUST.  MANY PROBLEMS
                   INCLUDING THOSE WITH MINEWORKERS UNION. MINE MANAGEMENT,  AND COGNIZANT GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES ARE
                   BEING  WORKED  OUT

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*PROJECT:  002811-STUDIES TO IMPROVE THE RELIABILITY AND SENSITIVITY OF BACTERIAL
                 MUTAGENESIS AS A SCREEN FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENS
                   TASK =H629A-OO7911 **EPA=R8O4395-O2  ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O4/76 - O4/79  :   FY78
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE. . . .
  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT. . . .
MD WATERS
B  COMMONER
A  VITHAYATHIL
M  KOMERYNSKY
S  NAIR
                           EPA/HERL  -  RTP
                           WASHINGTON  UNIV
                           WASHINGTON  UNIV
                           WASHINGTON  UNIV
                           WASHINGTON  UNIV
06/77 -REPORT ON THE LIQUID SUSPENSION  SYSTEM
OS/77 -REPORT ON MICROSOMAL EFFECT  WITH STRAIN  TA1528
O1/78 -REPORT ON MUTAGENESIS SCREENING  OF URINE
10/78 -REPORT ON ISOLATION AND PURIFICATION OF  BEEF  EXTRACT MUTAGEN
                    HEALTH EFFECTS  -TOXIC SUBSTANCES
          FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNG.  AND RODENT. ACT
          MICROBIAL MUTAGENESIS
                                                                FTS  8-629-2537
                                                                CTR  FOR  NATURAL  SYS
                                                                CTR  FOR  NATURAL  SYS
                                                                CTR  FOR  NATURAL  SYS
                                                                CTR  FOR  NATURAL  SYS
(PE-629 )
10-O6
3O-99
RECN-O02811
LABN-H629A-8911
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                 4282 1
                                            EPA  -R804395-O2
                                            ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                  ORD  -RH10B3O-5O78
                                                                  UPDATED-   OCT-DEC  77
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE   -629
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
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. APPROACH: THE BASIC APPROACH EMPLOYED IN THIS RESEARCH PROGRAM IS TO  ANALYZE  THE
 BIOCHEMICAL MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN MICROSOMAL ACTIVATION. CURRENT PLANS:  CURRENT  RESEARCH PLANS 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  UPON.

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•PROJECT: OO2629-STUDIES TO  IMPROVE  THE  RELIABILITY  AND  SENSITIVITY  OF  BACTERIAL
                 MUTAGENESIS AS A  SOURCE FOR  ENVIRONMENTAL  CARCINOGENS
                   TASK =H615A-OO8977  **EPA=R8O4395-02   **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O4/76 - O4/79  :    FY78
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..



  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE ....

  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT .  .
MD WATERS
6  COMMONER
A  VITHAYATHIL
M  KOMERYNSKY
S  NAIR
EPA/HERL - RTP
WASHINGTON UNIV
WASHINGTON UNIV
WASHINGTON UNIV
WASHINGTON UNIV
                                                                FTS 8-629-2537
                                                                CTR FOR NATURAL  SYS
                                                                CTR FOR NATURAL  SYS
                                                                CTR FOR NATURAL  SYS
                                                                CTR FOR NATURAL  SYS
06/77 -REPORT ON THE LIQUID SUSPENSION SYSTEM
OS/77 -REPORT ON MICROSOMAL EFFECT WITH STRAIN TA1528
01/78 -REPORT ON CUTANESIS SCREENING OF URINE
10/78 -REPORT ON ISOLATION AND PURIFICATION OF BEEF EXTRACT MUTAGEN
(PE-615 )           HEALTH EFFECTS- PESTICIDES
10-06     FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNG. AND RODENT. ACT
30-99     MICROBIAL MUTAGEMESIS
                      SSIE-GMA  5475
                  EPA -R804395-O2
                                                                  ORD  -RH1OB30-5078
                                            ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                  UPDATED-
                                                                            OCT-DEC  77
RECN-002629
PE  -615
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVES: THIS RESEARCH PROGRAM  IS DESIGNED TO  IMPROVE THE RELIABILITY AND SENSITIVITY  OF  THE  AMES
 BACTERIAL MUTAGENESIS TECHNIQUE 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 ON IMPROVING THE SPECIFICITY  OF  THIS
 PROCESS. APPROACH: THE BASIC APPROACH EMPLOYED IN THIS RESEARCH PROGRAM IS TO ANALYZE  THE
 BIOCHEMICAL MECHANISM INVOLVED IN MICROSOMAL ACTIVATION. CURRENT PLANS: CURRENT RESEARCH  PLANS  ARE
 DESIGNED TO ELUCIDATE FURTHER THE RECENT DISCOVERY THAT MICROSOME PREPARATIONS ARE  THEMSELVES
 CAPABLE OF INDUCING A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN THE MUTATION RATES OF TWO STRAINS OF  SALMONELLA.
 TA-1538 AND TA-98. SPECIFICALLY,  IT IS PLANNED TO DESCRIBE THE BIOCHEMICAL PROCESSES CARRIED OUT  BY
 THE MICROSOMES THAT MEDIATE THIS  EFFECT AND THE  SUBSTANCES IN THE BACTERIAL CELLS THAT ARE  ACTED
 UPON.

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^PROJECT-  004954-CHLORINATION  OF  AQUATIC  HUMIC SUBSTANCES
                   TASK =CC61  -S1T024  **EPA=R804430
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O7/76 -
                                        ** (GRANT)
                                       12/79     FY8O
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. . . :
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                           EPA/MERL - CINC
                           UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA
                           UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA
                           UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA
FTS-8-684-7228
DEPT OF ENV SCI
DEPT OF ENV SCI
DEPT OF ENV SCI
                                                                                                 &  ENGIN
                                                                                                 &  ENGIN
                                                                                                 &  ENGIN
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT	
AA STEVENS
RF CHRISTMAN
JD JOHNSON
FK PFAENDER
O7/77  -INTERIM  REPORT
O7/7S  -INTERIM  REPORT
O4/8O  -FINAL REPORT  PUBL.
(PE-C61  )            DRINK  WATER TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
1O-15     SAFE  DRINKING WATER ACT
SIGNIFICANT NEW INFORMATION GENERATED REGARDING
CHEMICAL STRUCTURE OF AQUATIC HUMIC  MATERIALS AND
NATURE OF THEIR REACTIONS  WITH AQUEOUS FREE CHLORINE
AS USED AS DRINKING  WATER  DISINFECTANT.
                       SSIE-GMA  6O37 1      EPA -R8O443O
                       PE   -C61
                       INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE OBJECTIVES  OF THIS  RESEARCH PROJECT  ARE TO A) ESTABLISH THE  RELATIVE CONTRIBUTION TO TOTAL
 TRIHALOMETHANE  PRODUCTION OF NATURAL AQUEOUS HUMIC MATERIAL IN  WATERS FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES. B)
 CHARACTERIZE THE CHEMICAL NATURE OF THE  REACTIONS THAT  OCCUR BETWEEN AQUEOUS HUMIC MATERIALS AND
 CHLORINE, AND  C) ASSESS THE  WATER TREATMENT IMPLICATIONS OF PRECHLORINATION OF HUM!C-CONTAINING
 WATERS WITH RESPECT  TO THE  FORP/IATION OF  TRIHALOMETHANES AND OTHER  CHLORINATED ORGANIC SPECIES. THE
 EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH  INCLUDES LABORATORY CHLORINATION  STUDIES  AND GC/MS IDENTIFICATION OF REACTION
 PRODUCTS WITH  DIFFERENT NATURAL HUMIC WATERS AND VARIOUS MODEL  HUMIC STRUCTURES.  A WIDE RANGE OF
 MODEL ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS REPRESENTATIVE  OF NATURAL HUMIC MATERIAL WILL BE CHLORINATED OVER A RANGE
 OF PH, CHLORINE TO CARBON RATIOS, AND TEMPERATURES REPRESENTATIVE  OF CONDITIONS IN WATER TREATMENT
 PLANT OPERATIONS. TRIHALOMETHANES AND TOTAL ORGANIC CHLORINE CONCENTRATIONS WILL  BE MEASURED. HUMIC
 FRACTIONS EXTRACTED  FROM  RAW WATER  SUPPLIES WILL ALSO BE CHLORINATED.  IN THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE
 OF SURFACE AND  TREATED IN THE SAME  MANNER AS THE MODEL  COMPOUNDS.
RECN-OO4954
LABN-C824A-S1TO24
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                    ORD  -RC10B30-1080
   UPDATED-  06-28-80

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                                         -ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*
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•PROJECT- OO6334-TOXICOLOGY  OF  PESTICIDES
                                                                                 FTS 8-629-2655
                  TASK  =HC86  -94S4QO >*EPA=R804539     * * (GRANT)
                  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  O6/76 - O6/8O :    FY80
EPA  OFFICER.  RL  BARON                   EPA/HERL - RTP
INVESTIGATOR. :     REINER                  INST FOR MED RES & OCCUP HLTH
MILESTONES...: 05/81  -DDT  IN MILK AND  SERUM-FULL REPORT
               O5/79  -URINARY PHOSPHATE METHODS REPORT
               05/81  -OPTHALMOLOGICAL  TESTING REPORT
               05/80  -SACCADE VELOCITY  TESTING DEVELOPED
               O5/81  -PSYCHOMOTOR TESTING REPORT
               05/81  -KINETICS OF CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITION
               O5/81  -FINAL  REPORT
PROGRAM ID...: (PE-C86  )            HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
MANDATE	• 10-06      FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE AND RODENTICIDE ACT
ORDIS CODES..: RECN-006334            SSIE-HZ  809484        EPA -R8O4539          ORD -RH10E30-1O8O
               PE   -C86
PROJ STATUS..  PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - 06-28-8O    UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
ABSTRACT       TO 'ASSESS  THE EFFECT OF  PESTICIDE EXPOSURE ON OCCUPATIONALLY EXPOSED INDIVIDUALS ESPECIALLY WITH
                RESPECT TO CLINICAL SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS/ OPHTHALMOLOGICAL HAZARDS AND TO ESTABLISH ACCEPTABLE
                WORKING CONDITIONS. MODE OF ACTION OF ANTICHOLINESTERASE AGENTS ON TARGET S/STEMS ARE BEING
                EXAMINED.  NO REPORT.  FINAL REPORT OF THIS PROJECT DUE IN EARLY PART OF  FY 81.
•PROJECT  006106-TOXICOLOGY OF  PESTICIDES
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..
                                                                                 FTS  8-629-2655
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT  .
                  TASK  =H615  -94840O * *EPA = R804539     * * (GRANT)
                  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  06/76 - O6/80 :    FY79
                RL  BARON                   EPA/HERL - RTP
                   UNKNOWN                INST FOR MED RES & OCCUP HLTH
                05/81  -DDT IN MILK AND  SERUM-FULL REPORT
                05/79  -URINARY PHOSPHATE METHODS REPORT
                O5/81  -OPTHALMOLOGICAL  TESTING REPORT
                05/80  -SACCADE VELOCITY  TESTING DEVELOPED
                05/81  -PSYCHOMOTOR TESTING REPORT
                O5/81  -KINETICS OF CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITION
                os/81  -FINAL  REPORT
                (PE-615  )            HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
                20-30      AA  FOR TOXIC  SUBSTANCES
                RECN-006106            SSIE-HZ  799484        EPA -R804539          ORD -RH10B3O-2079
                LABN-H615  -948400     PE  -615
                PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED -  06-28-8O    UPDATED-   06-28-80
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
                TO  ASSESS  THE EFFECT OF  PESTICIDE EXPOSURE ON  OCCUPATIONALLY  EXPOSED INDIVIDUALS ESPECIALLY WITH
                RESPECT TO CLINICAL SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS/ OPHTHALMOLOGICAL  HAZARDS  AND TO  ESTABLISH ACCEPTABLE
                WORKING CONDITIONS.  MODE OF ACTION OF ANTICHOLINESTERASE  AGENTS ON TARGET  SYSTEMS ARE BEING
                EXAMINED. NO REPORT.  ANNUAL REPORT PRESENTED  IN PREVIOUS  QUARTER.

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                                              GRANT PROJECT DESC   HONS
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^PROJECT- O0389O
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR..
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID....
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:


  ORDIS  CODES. .  :

  PROd STATUS. .  .

  ABSTRACT....  :
               -TOXIC.  SUBLETHAL AND LATENT EFFECTS OF SELECTED PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS
                AND  BARIUM SULFATE ON MARINE ORGANISMS
                  TASK  =OC2N -OO0029 **EPA=R804541-O2  +> (GRANT)
                  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   O5/76 - UNK   :    FY80
                NL RICHARDS               EPA/ERL -GULF BREEZE                 FTS-8-686-9011
                KR RAO                     UNIV OF WEST FLORIDA                 DEPT OF BIOL
                05/79  -REPORT
                (PE-C2N )            TRANS,FATE,  AND EFFECTS OF ENERGY REL POLLUTANTS
                10-01      FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                10-11      MARINE PROTECTION, RESEARCH AND SANCTUARIES ACT
                20-10      AA FOR WATER AND  WASTE MANAGEMENT
                2O-62      DAA FOR ENVIRONMENTAL  ENGIN. AND TECHNOLOGY
                3O-99      GENETICS
                METHODS DEVELOPED TO DETECT DEVELOPMENTAL EFFECTS OF
                XENOBIOTICS.   BIOACCUMULATION OF XENOBIOTICS USED IN
                OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION ESTABLISHED.
                                      SSIE-GMA  2794 4      EPA -R8O4541-02       ORD -RO10B3O-5O8O
                                      PE  -C2N
                                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   O6-28-80
                                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                OBJECTIVE:  EXAMINE THE TOXIC,  SUBLETHAL AND LATENT EFFECTS OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS AND
                BARIUM SULFATE  ON LARVAL AND ADULT STAGES OF  SELECTED INVERTEBRATES. APPROACH:  PERFORM LABORATORY
                EXPERIMENTS ON  MARINE ORGANISMS.
RECN-OO3890
LABN-Q625F-Q029
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
^PROJECT: O04804-MEASUREMENT OF HALOGENATED POLLUTANTS AND OTHER TRACE GASES  IN
                 TROPOSPHERE BY LONG-PATH IN-SITU  INFRARED ABSORPTION SPECTRO
                   TASK =G6O3A-AD-026 **EPA=R8O4546      *+ (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O6/79  - O5/80  '   FY79
                 PL HANST                  EPA/ESRL - RTP
                 J  PITTS                  UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
                 O5/80 -FINAL REPORT
                 (PE-6O3 )           TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
                 1O-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
                 03,  PAN, HN03, HCOOH, AND CH20 CAN BE MONITORED
                 ON ROUTINE BASIS WITH FTS-IR SYSTEM.
EPA  OFFICER.:
INVESTIGATOR.:
MILESTONES...:
PROGRAM ID. . . :
MANDATE	
CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES..•

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	•
               RECN-004804
               PE  -6O3
               PROJECT-ACTIVE
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH
               OBJECTIVE: THIS GRANT
                      SSIE-GMA  5815

                      INFO-ORIGINAL
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                      WILL PERMIT THE
                                                            EPA  -R804546
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                               THE
                                                                FTS 8-629-2998
                                                                DEPT OF SOIL/ENV  SCI
                      ORD -RG10B31-1079
                      UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                                                      LONG  PATH  INFRARED  STUDY  OF  THE  LOS ANGELES ATMOSPHERE.  THE
                AMBIENT AIR OF  LOS  ANGELES  WILL  BE  MONITORED  FOR  HNO3. HCOOH,  H2CO. NH3,  AND PAN.  APPROACH:  AMBIENT
                AIR  IS MONITORED  WITH  A  LONG-PATH  I.R.  CELL  EQUIPPED WITH A  FTS  SPECTROMETER.  RESULTS TO DATE:
                RESULTS FOR THE PAST NINE MONTHS HAVE SHOWN  THAT  O3, PAN,  HNO3,  HCOOH,  AND  CH2O  CAN BE MONITORED ON
                A ROUTINE  BASIS WITH THE FTS-IR  SYSTEM.

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'PROJECT: OO2098-MEASUREMENT OF HALOGENATED POLLUTANTS AND OTHER TRACE GASES  IN  THE
                 TROPOSPHERE IN SITU BY LONG-PATH INFRARED ABSORPTION SPECTRO
                    TASK  =G712B-BB-002 *»EPA=R8O4546-O3  *'• (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  03/77 - 06/79  :   FY78
                 P  HENST                   EPA/ESRL - RTP
                                            UNIV OF CALIFORNIA                    AIR  POLL  RES  CTR
                                            UNIV OF CALIFORNIA                    AIR  POLL  RES  CTR
                                            UNIV OF CALIFORNIA                    AIR  POLL  RES
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT. .  .
               JN  PITTS
               AM  WINER
               RA  GRAHAM
               EC  TUA20N
               O7/79  -FINAL  REPORT
               (PE-712  )
               RECN-O02O98
               PE   -712
               ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                            UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
                                                         :TR
                                            AIR  POLL  RES CTR
CHARAC. 6 MEASUREMENT METHODS DEVELOPMENT  -AIR
  SSIE-GMA  2838 2      EPA  -R804546-03       ORD  -RG10B3O-4078
                        ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                               UPDATED-   OCT-DEC 77
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
A QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF AMBIENT PRIMARY AND SECONDARY TRACE POLLUTANT AS A  FUNCTION OF
 TIME (BOTH DIURNALLY  AND  SEASONALLY)  AND LOCATION (INCLUDING URBAN AREAS AND DOWNWIND  RECEPTOR
 SITES) IS BEING CONDUCTED USING IN  SITU.  LONG-PATH,  HIGH RESOLUTION FOURIER TRANSFORM  INFRARED
 SPECTROSCOPY IN CONJUNCTION  WITH CONVENTIONAL A STATE-OF-THE-ART ANAL/TICAL METHODS FOR  AMBIENT  GAS
 PHASE AND PARTICULATE  POLLUTANTS.  RESULTS OF THE FIRST YEAR OF THIS PROGRAM AT RIVERSIDE  INCLUDE
 THE FIRST POSITIVE  IDENTIFICATION BY  SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES OF FORMALDEHYDE AND NITRIC  ACID IN
 AMBIENT PHOTOCHEMICAL  SMOG,  THE MEASUREMENT  OF LOW LEVELS OF FORMIC ACID, AMMONIA AND  A  VARIETY  OF
 HALOCAREONS, 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 SENSITIVITY. AFFORDED BY A KILOMETER  OPTICAL
 PATHLENGTH MULTIPLE REFLECTION CELL.  AND AN  FTS-14 FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROMETER (BOTH OF
 WHICH ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE  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  CONJUNCTION WITH  THE LPIR DURING SELECTED SMOG EPISODES AT THE MONITORING
 LOCATIONS. THIS PROGRAM IS COORDINATED  WITH  AMBIENT  AIR MONITORING STUDIES AT SAPRC SUPPORTED BY
 THE CALIFORNIA AIR  RESOURCES BOARD  AND  THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN EXPERIMENTALLY VALIDATED MODEL FOR
 PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG, FUNDED THROUGH  NSF-RANN.  EMPHASIS IS BEING PLACED ON THE QUANTITATIVE
 DETERMINATION OF PRODUCTS, LABILE  INTERMEDIATES.  AND'PRIMARY POLLUTANTS FOR WHICH LITTLE.  IF  ANY
 RELIABLE AMBIENT AIR  DATA ARE  CURRENTLY  AVAILABLE.  THESE NON-CRITERIA POLLUTANTS INCLUDE  NITRIC
 ACID, NITROUS ACID. HALOCARBONS.  HALOGENATED ACIDS,  HYDROGEN PEROXIDE,  NITROSAMINES.  ALCOHOLS.
 EPOXIDES AND ORGANIC  ACIDS,  ALDEHYDES.  AND OTHER CARBONVL COMPOUNDS.  THESE ARE OF INTEREST PER SE.
 MAY BE TOXIC. AND ARE  ALSO IMPORTANT  FOR VALIDATING  COMPUTERIZED KINETIC SMOG MODELS FOR  CONTROL
 STRATEGIES.

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  EPA  OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR. :
  MILESTONES...•
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:

  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS  CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	:
   TASK  =Q608C-QOOO11  **EPA=R8O4563-O3  -* (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  07/76 - 07/79 :    FY79
 TT DAVIES                 EPA/ERL -GULF BREEZE
 DJ OCONNOR                MANHATTAN COLLEGE
 O7/79  -REPORT
 (PE-608 )           ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND EFFECTS
 1O-O1      FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
 2O-99      OWPM
 MODEL DESCRIBING ESTUARINE TRANSPORT DEVELOPED.
 SPECIFIC  APPLICATION  WILL BE MADE TO JAMES RIVER ESTUARY.
 RECN-003848          • SSIE-GMA  3246 3
 LABN-06O8C-1-O1        PE  -608
 ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  THE QUANTIFICATION OF THE INTER-RELATIONSHIPS AMONG PHYSICAL.
                   904-932-5311
                   ENV ENG ft SCI DEPT
EPA -R804563-03
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                   ORD -RQ10B30-5079
                      UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                                                                                          CHEMICAL,  AND  BIOLOGICAL
                  VARIABLES OF ESTUARINE  SYSTEMS,  INCLUDING  ANALYSIS  OF TWO-LAYERED  ESTUARINE  TRANSPORT.  EFFECTS  ON
                  SUSPENDED SOLIDS AND  SALINITY. ABSORPTION/DESORPTION MECHANISMS  FDR HAZARDOUS  SUBSTANCES.  AfJD 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. RESULTS TO DATE: A MODEL DESCRIBING ESTUARINE TRANSPORT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED.  SPECIFIC
                  APPLICATION WILL BE MADE TO THE  JAMES  RIVER  ESTUARY IN ORDER TO  ADDRESS KEFONE CONTAMINATION
                  PROBLEMS.
^PROJECT:  006107-OZONE AND PULMONARY METABOLIC EFFECTS OF MEDIATORS AND HORMONES
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ  STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
LABN-H816 -9108OO
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                FTS 8-629-2531
                                                                OMAHA
                                                                   ORD -RH10B30-2079
                      UPDATED-  06-28-80
  TASK =H816 -91O8OO  **EPA=R804585      * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  10/76  -  04/80  :    FY79
DE GARDNER                 EPA/HERL  -  RTP
   UNKNOWN                 CREIGHTON UNIV                        OMAHA                      NE 68131
(PE-81G )           HEALTH EFFECTS- CRITERIA  POLLUTANTS  -  AIR
20-23     DAA FOR AIR QUALITY  PLANNING AND STANDARDS
RECN-006107           SSIE-HZ  799108        EPA  -R804585
                      PE   -816
                      INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED  -  06-23-80
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
INVESTIGATE THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC  EFFECTS OF OZONE  EXPOSURE  AND TO  DETERMINE  IF  OZONE CAN MODIFY THE
 LUNG METABOLISM OF A NUMBER OF VASOACTIVE SUBSTANCES  TWO  SIGNIFICANT  EXPERIMENTS HAVE BEEN BROUGHT
 TO A CONCLUSION THIS QUARTER. FIRST,  IT IS EVIDENT THAT THE RELEASE OF  THROMBOXANE  AND
 PROSTAGLANDIN F2 FROM LUNG TISSUE DURING EXPOSURE TO  03 IS A  PROTECTIVE MECHANISM OF THE ANIMAL TO
 WITHSTAND OZONE TOXICITY. SECONDLY.  IT WAS DETERMINED THA  TOLERANCE ALSO DEVELOPED  WITH RESPECT TO
 THE RELEASE OF THROMBOXANE A2 AND PROSTAGLANDIN F2. THE AMOUNT OF  THESE SUBSTANCES  RELEASED FROM
 THE LUNGS OF "TOLERATE" ANIMALS  WAS NOT SIGNIFICANTLY DIFFERENT THAN  CONTROLS.  HENCE TOLERANCE.
 THESE RESULTS. WHEN CONSIDERED TOGETHER ARE  HIGHL SIGNIFICANT RELATIVE  TO THE  HEALTH HAZARD OF 03
 EXPOSURE BECAUSE (1) THE  RELEASE OF T X A2 AND PGF2 TENDS  TO  PROTECT  THE ANIMAL  FROM THE LETHAL
 EFFECTS OF O3, AND (2) EXPOSURE  TO A  MARGINALLY EFFECTIVE  CONCENTRATION OF  O3  CAN PREVENT THE
 RELEASE OF THE PROTECTIVE SUBSTANCES  WHEN THE ANIMA IS  EXPOSED TO  TOXIC CONCENTRATIONS OF O3.

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*PROJECT:  OO1249-CASE-CONTROL STUDY OF WATER QUALITY  AND CARCINOGENESIS  IN  PENNSYLVANIA
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  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:

  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID..  :
  MANDATE	:

  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES. . :

  PROJ STATUS.  :

  ABSTRACT ...  :
  TASK =DC60  -1COO03  *»EPA=R8O4594-O1  *» (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  11/76 - O2/81     FY8O
DG GREATHOUSE              EPA/HERL - CINC
AK EAHN                    UNIV OF PENNSYLVANIA
J  KEENAN                  UNIV OF PENNSYLVANIA
04/80 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-C6O  )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - DRINKING WATER
20-13     DAA  FOR  DRINKING WATER
20-R03    EPA  REGION  III
MOST OF  FIELD  WORK COMPLETED AND RESULTANT DATA IS
BEING PREPARED FOR STATISTICAL ANALYSES.
                      SSIE-GMA  4524 3
                                                                FTS 8-684-7363
                                                                DEPT. OF COMM MEDICINE
                                                                DEPT. OF COMM MEDICINE
RECN-001249
PE  -C60
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                             EPA -R8O4594-01
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                   ORD -RD10B30-2O80
                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVES: ONE OF  THE MAJOR AIMS OF THE PROJECT IS TO DEVISE. DEVELOP. AND EVALUATE METHODS  FOR
 EVALUATING POSSIBLE  LINKS  BETWEEN COLON CANCER AND SUBSTANCES IN DRINKING WATER. APPROACH:
 ALTERNATIVE METHODOLOGIC APPROACHES WILL BE EMPLOYED TO ACQUIRE THE NECESSARY DATA FOR ESTIMATION
 OF COLON CANCER  RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH ORGANICS IN DRINKING WATER. THE MERITS OF EACH METHOD  WILL BE
 ASSESSED AND  EVAL''iTF.D IN  TERMS OF COSTS OF IMPLEMENTATION AND SUCCESS IN EVALUATION OF RISKS.
"PROJECT: OO2235-RESEARCH ON AIR SAMPLING FILTER MEDIA
  EPA  OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR. :
  MILESTONES.   :
  PROGRAM ID. . . :
  FINAL OUTPUT.:
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	:
                                                                FTS 8-629-3157
                                                                DEPT. OF MECH.
                                                                               ENG.
  TASK =G833D-EB-OO4  **EPA=R8O46OO-02  *' (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE -  OS/76 - OS/81  .    FY79
TG DZUBAY                  EPA/ESRL -  RTP
BY LIU                     UNIV OF MINNESOTA
08/81 -DELIVERY  OF  INSTRUMENTATION
(PE-833  )           MEASURE.  Sr"S & INSTR.  DEVEL FOR ENGIN.
DELIVERY OF INSTRUMENTATION
1O-O2     CLEAN  AIR ACT
FILTER CHARACTERIZATION 75/. COMPLETED;  NO RESULTS.
FIRST PROTOTYPE  INLET CONSTRUCTED; NO RESULTS.
RECN-OO2235            SSIE-GMA  3255  3      EPA -R8O46OO-O2
LABN-G712B-BE-37      PE  -833
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE:  1.  CHARACTERIZE FLOW RESISTANCE AND  EFFICIENCY OF FILTERS USED IN AEROSOL SAMPLING: 2.
 DEVELOP A CASCADE  IMPACTOR COMPATIBLE WITH  XRF ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS;  3.  INVESTIGATE THEORY AND
 PRACTICE OF  AEROSOL  INLETS FOR PARTICLES AND  FIBERS: 4.  DEVELOP CARBON FIBER AEROSOL GENERATOR.
 APPROACH:  1.  EXPERIMENTAL BENCH-SCALE STUDIES; 2.  ADAPTATION OF CONVENTIONAL CASCADE IMPACTION
 THEORY; 3. THEORETICAL STUDIES AND CONSTRUCTION OF PROTOTYPE INLETS:  4.  ADAPTATION OF FLUIDIZED BED
 DUST GENERATOR.
                                                                   ORD -RG1OB31-1O79
                                                                   UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79

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*PROJECT: OO3675-LIMNOLDGICAL  INVESTIGATIONS  OF  WATER QUALITY AND FISH LARVAE IN LAKE
                 ERIE
                   TASK = N769  -000006  **EPA=R804612-03  -* (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  : O4/76 - 12/81  :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: NA THOMAS                  EPA/ERL  - DULUTH
  INVESTIGATOR.' CE HERDENDORF              OHIO  STATE UNIV RES  FOUND
                 KW BEDFORD                 OHIO  STATE UNIV RES  FOUND
  MILESTONES...: 12/8O -FINAL  REPORT ON  THE IMPACT  OF POWER PLANTS ON THE FISH LARVAE OF WESTERN AND CE
                 12/81 -ECOLOGICAL  RESEARCH SERIES  REPORT
                                     GREAT  LAKES PROGRAM
                                         FTS S-226-7S11
                                         DEPT. OF PHARMACOLOGY'
                                         DEPT. OF PHARMACOLOGY
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROd STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
                      EPA -R804612-03
                      ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                            ORD -RN10B30-1079
                                            UPDATED-  JAN-MAR  80
(PE-769 )
ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH SERIES REPORT
1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
RECN-003675           SSIE-GMA   2824  3
LABN-N6OSA-OO6        PE  -769
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, CENTER FOR LAKE ERIE  AREA  RESEARCH (CLEAR)  PROPOSED TO CONTINUE
 INVESTIGATIONS OF LAKE ERIE WATER QUALITY AND FISH LARVAE.  THE  WATER  QUALITY STUDIES WILL EMPHASIZE
 THE IMPORTANCE OF SEDIMENT-WATER INTERACTIONS AND THEIR  INFLUENCE  ON  WATER QUALITY AND BIOLOGICAL
 COMMUNITIES IN LAKE ERIE. LARVAL FISH  INVESTIGATIONS WILL  BE CONCENTRATED IN AREAS OF HIGHEST
 DENSITIES IN AN ATTEMPT TO MORE PRECISELY DEFINE'THE PRESENT AND POTENTIAL IMPACT OF ELECTRIC POWER
 GENERATION ON THESE POPULATIONS. EFFORTS  TO MODEL THE MORTALITY TO KEY FISH SPECIES WILL BE
 CONTINUED. THE GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF THE  PROPOSED WORK INCLUDE: 1.  DETERMINING OXYGEN DEMAND AND
 NUTRIENT REGENERATION IN THE SEDIMENT/WATER INTERFACE ZONE.  2.  DETERMINING HYPQLIMNION FLUX AND
 RESPIRATION RATES. 3. INVESTIGATING  SEDIMENT-WATER-BIOMASS  INTERACTIONS OF TOXIC METALS. 4.
 MONITORING TOXIC METALS IN SEDIMENTS AT DREDGE  DISPOSAL  SITES SERVING ASHTABULA HARBOR. 5. STUDYING
 THE EFFECTS OF COMMON LAKE ERIE BENTHIC MACRO-INVERTEBRATES  ON  SEDIMENTS AND THE OVERLYING WATER
 COLUMN. 6. INVESTIGATING ZOOPLANKTON ABUNDANCE  IN THE SEDIMENT/WATER  INTERFACE ZONE. 7. ESTIMATING
 FISH LARVAE POPULATIONS IN WESTERN LAKE ERIE AND ASSESSING  THE  IMPACT OF INTAKE ENTRAINMENT ON
 THESE POPULATIONS. 8. PROVIDING LOGISTICAL AND  ANALYTICAL  SUPPORT  FOR OTHER RESEARCH GROUPS
 CONDUCTING EPA SPONSORED RESEARCH ON LAKE ERIE. 9. SUPPORTING CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND
 VERIFICATION OF EPA WATER QUALITY, SEDIMENT DYNAMICS AND FISH LARVAE  MORTALITY MODELS FOR LAKE
 ERIE.  1O. PREPARING TECHNICAL  REPORTS  OF  THE FINDINGS FOR  EACH  PHAS-E  OF THE PROJECT. THE MAIN
 OBJECT IS TO FOLLOW CHANGES IN THE WATER  QUALITY AS  A RESULT OF NUTRIENT REMOVAL TO THE WESTERN
 BASIN. DETERMINE THE NUMBER OF FISH  LARVAE llsl WESTERN LAKE  BRIE IN SUPPORT OF THE DET ERMI NAT I ON ON
 THE  IMPACT OF POWER 'PLANTS  IN  WESTERN  LAKiE ERIE.

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^PROJECT•  OO5O35-EIO-ORGANIC  INDICATORS OF GROUNDWATER POLLUTION
                                                                                                             PAGE-
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                                                                                 AGRIC EXP STA
                                                                                 AGRIC EXP STA
                  TASK =L824C-OOO006 * -EPA=RS04613      *'  (GRANT)
                  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O7/76  - 08/8O  :    FY79
EPA  OFFICER.   WJ DUNLAP                 EPA/ERL -  ADA
INVESTIGATOR.   FR LEACH                  OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV
                LG MORRILL                OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV
MILESTONES.     12/79  -BIOCHEMICAL INDICATORS - A LITERATURE SURVEY
                03/80  -SORPTION.  PERSISTENCE, AND DEGRADATION OF ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS  IN SOILS -  A LITERA
                01/80  -MODIFIED ATP ANALYSIS
                08/8O  -SORPTION CHARACTERISTICS FOR  SELECTED ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
                08/80  -FINAL REPORT - BIOCHEMICAL INDICATORS
PROGRAM ID...:  (PE-824  )           DRINK WATER TREAT & GROUND WATER PROT   -DRINKING WATER
MANDATE.  .   .:  10-15      SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT
ORDI3 CODE3..:  RECN-005035           S3IE-GMA  6O47        EPA  -R804613          ORD -RL10B30-1079
                LABN-L6O9E-16         PE  -824
PROJ STATUS.  :  ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBL1C
ABSTRACT  ..   :  TO DETERMINE THE  USEFULNESS OF BIOCHEMICAL AND ORGANIC  INDICATORS OF GROUNDWATER POLLUTION.
                 LITERATURE ANALYSIS AND METHOD DEVELOPMENT WILL BE FOLLOWED BY  LABORATORY AND FIELD IESTING. TO
                 IDENTIFY BIOCHEMICAL AND ORGANIC INDICATORS OF GROUNDWATER POLLUTION.  THIS PROJECT IS IN TWO PARTS:
                 (1) BIOCHEMICAL  INDICATORS: INVESTIGATE THE USE OF ATP.  NUCLEIC ACID.  PROTEINS.  ORGANIC PHOSPHATES
                 AND ENZYMES AS INDICATORS.  DEVELOPMENT OF EXTRACTION AND ANALYSIS  TECHNIQUES.  (2) ORGANIC
                 INDICATORS: STUDY SORPTION. RETENTION, AND MODIFICATION  OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS  THAT ARE ADDED OR
                 ARISE BY MICROBIAL OR CHEMICAL ACTION. PREDICT FATE OF SUCH COMPOUNDS  AND DEVELOP ANALYTICAL
                 TECHNIQUES. PARTICULAR EFFORT WAS DIRECTED TOWARD DEVELOPING METHODS OF  IMPROVED SENSITIVITY FOR
                 DETECTING PROTEIN, LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES. DNA, ORGANIC PHOSPHATES. AND LACTATE  DEHYDROGENASE IN
                 ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES.  FLUORESCENCE PROCEDURES APPEARED  ESPECIALLY PROMISING  IN DNA AND LACTATE
                 DEHYDROGENASE ASSAYS.  WORK ON METHODS FOR RECOVERING ATP FROM SOILS AND  SUBSOILS WAS ALSO
                 CONTINUED, WITH  EMPHASIS ON EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF  VARIOUS EXTRACTION PROCEDURES.  THE
                 SENSITIVITY, PRECISION. AND ACCURACY OF THE LUCIFERIN-LUCIFERASE METHOD  FOR ATP ANALYSIS HAS BEEN
                 SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED. A REPORT BASED ON THE SURVEY OF  AVAILABLE  LITERATURE  ON POTENTIAL
                 BIOCHEMICAL INDICATORS OF SUBSURFACE POLLUTION HAS BEEN  SELECTED FOR PUBLICATION AS A BOOK BY  ANN
                 ARBOR SCIENCE PUBLISHERS.

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••PROJECT:  OO3379-REDUCTION OF SALINE POLLUTION OF THE GROUNDWATER ATTRIBUTED TO DAIRY
                 OPERATIONS
                   TASK =L770D-O00056 **EPA=R804620     **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : OS/76 - O3/8O  :   FY79
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM  ID. . .
  FINAL  OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                                         FTS 8-743-2302
                                         CUCAMONGA
                                         SCH OF PHARM
                                         SCH OF PHARM
                                         SCH OF AGRIC SCI
                                         SCH OF AGRIC SCI
                                         SCH OF AGRIC SCI
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
LR SHUYLER                 EPA/ERL -  ADA
RW FERGUSON                CHINO BASIN MUN WATER DIST           CUCAMONGA                  CA 9173O
N  SMITH                   UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
G  LOFGREEN                UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
P  PRATT                   UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
S  BISHOP                  UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
D  BELL                    UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
12/79 -FINAL REPORT  OR  SERIES  OF  REPORTS  PUBLISHED
(PE-770 )            RENEWABLE  RESOURCES -WATER  QUALITY
SERIES OF REPORTS ON EACH  SUBJECT AREA.
1O-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
FINAL REPORT IS BEING REVIEWED BY PROJECT OFFICER;  HOWEVER
ONE- SECTION IS NOT COMPLETE  AS GRANTEE  HAS JUST FINISHED
ADDITIONAL LAB WORK  FOR  SAID SECTION  AND  IS  REWRITING THE
SECTION. THIS IS EXPECTED  FROM THE GRANTEE IN APRIL 80
RECN-OO3379           SSIE-GMA  3827  2       EPA -R80462O
LABN-L617D-25         PE   -770
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVES:  EVALUATION OF  GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN THE CHINO  HYDROLOGIC  BASIN  INDICATES  DEGRADATION
 DUE TO SALINE POLLUTION LEACHED  FROM THE  WASTES OF DAIRY COWS.  THE  MANURE OF  THESE  ANIMALS IS KNOWN
 TO CONTAIN SOME NUTRITIONAL 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. APPROACH: DAIRY COW MANURE WILL BE COLLECTED  FROM  DAIRIES  IN SAN BERNARDINO 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 METAL DEPOSITS IN
 THE FECES,  TISSUES  AND  ORGANS OF THE ANIMALS FED IN THE PROGRAM SHALL BE EVALUATED.  CURRENT  PLANS:
 THE VARIOUS 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
 INVOLVED: (A) UNIVERSITY  OF CALIFORNIA;  DAVIS;  (B) UNIVERSITY  OF CALIFORNIA.  RIVSRSIDE:  (C)
 CALIFORNIA STATE COLLEGE. SAN BERNARDINO. FINAL OUTPUT: A  SERIES OF REPORTS ON  EACH SUBJECT  AREA
 PROGRESS TO DATE:  ALL  TEST  AREAS ARE COMPLETE  AND  THE FINAL REPO'RT  IS WELL  UNDERWAY.
                                                                                   ORD -RL10E30-1079
                                            UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79

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•PROJECT  OO1274-EFFECT OF  ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS IN RELATION TO AGE AND DIETARY
                 INFLUENCE  -  TOXIC  TRACE ELEMENTS
                   TASK =0834  -OOOOO4  * * EPA =R8O4641-01  * * (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION  DATE :  10/76 - 03/80 :    FY78
  EPA  OFFICER.  JF STARA                   EPA/HERL - CINC
  INVESTIGATOR.  K  KOSTIAL                 INST FOR MED RES/OCC HLTH            MINERAL METABOLISM
  MILESTONES...: 03/77 -INITIATE  STUDY
                 O3/8O -FINAL  REPORT
  PROGRAM ID..
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT .  . .
(PE-834 )
RECN-OO1274
PE  -834
PROJECT-COMPLETED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                    HEALTH  EFFECTS  -ENERGY
                       SSIE-GMA   3484  I       EPA -R8O4641-O1
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
ORD -RD10E3O-4O73
                                                                   UPDATED-  OCT-DEC
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
THIS WORK IS INTENDED  TO  EVALUATE VARIOUS FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS
 ON RATS WITH PARTICULAR  EMPHASIS ON TRACE ELEMENTS.  SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE PAID TO DIFFERENCES
 IN ABSORPTION, DISTRIBUTION  AND RETENTION IN RELATION TO AGE,  TO THE ESTIMATION OF CRITICAL ORGANS
 IN THE IMMATURE, TO DIFFERENCES IN  TOXICITY  DUE TO AGE,  TO LATE EFFECTS CAUSED BY INFANT EXPOSURE
 AND TO NUTRITIONAL FACTORS AND DEFICIENCIES  AS THEY  INFLUENCE  TRACE ELEMENT METABOLISM AND EFFECTS.
 MOST OF THE EXPERIMENTAL WORK WILL  BE  PERFORMED ON RATS  USING  RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES OF TRACE
 ELEMENTS FOR STUDYING VARIOUS METABOLIC  PARAMETERS.  (E.G.  CD-115.  HG-203, PB-2O3. MN-59 AND
 OTHERS). STABLE TRACE ELEMENTS WILL BE ADDED TO DIFFERENT  DIETS TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF CHRONIC
 EXPOSURES OF ONE MONTH OR LONGER AND THE INTERACTION OF  TOXIC  AND  ESSENTIAL TRACE ELEMENTS.
 EXPERIMENTS ON HUMANS ARE ENVISAGED FOR  A LATER STAGE.THESE INVESTIGATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO PROVIDE
 A BETTER BASIS FOR EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS IN THE YOUNG.

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+PROJECT: O04943
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES. .  .

  PROGRAM ID. .  .
  FINAL OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	:

  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES...

  PROd STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	
-DETECTION, OCCURRENCE, CHARACTERIZATION. AND PERSISTENCE OF MICROBES IN
 LANDFILL LEACHATE
   TASK =CC73 -S1TO7A  * > EPA = R804733      "• *  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   09/77  - 09/80  :    FY80
 DR BRUNNER                EPA/MERL - CINC                      FTS -8 -684 -787 1
 PV SCARPING               UNIV OF CINCINNATI                   SCH OF ENG/ELEC ENG TECH
 O9/77 -PROJECT START
 09/80 -ASSESSMENT OF  THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PATHOGENS AND THEIR INDICATORS IN LEACHATE
 (PE-C73 )            SOLID 5 HAZARDOUS WASTE
 ASSESSMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE OF PATHOGENS  AND
 THEIR INDICATORS IN LEACHATE.
 1O-05     RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
 10-13     SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT
 LIMITED NUMBERS OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA ISOLATED  FROM
 FIELD AND  EXPERIMENTAL LANDFILLS.   SUMMARY PAPER
 PRESENTED  AT SHWRD'S SYMPOSIUM, 3/79.
 INITIAL PHASE WILL VERIFY MICRIBIAL ANALYTICAL METHODS AND
 AND  DETERMINE THE PRESENCE OF STUDY ORGANISMS IN A' VARIETY
 OF LEACHEATES.
                                 6035 1      EPA  -R8O4733          ORD -RC1CB3O-1079
 RECN-O04943
 LABN-C618A-703S
 ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH
SSIE-GMA
PE  -C73
INFO-UPDATED
ACCESS-PUBLIC
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-  06-28-8O
                 OBJECTIVES: THE OBJECTIVE OF  THIS  PROJECT  IS  TO  DETERMINE  THE  HEALTH  AND  ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE
                  OF THE PERSISTENCE OF FECAL  STREPTOCOCCI  FOUND  IN  LEACHATE  FROM  LANDFILLED  MUNICIPAL  REFUSE.  THE
                  PROJECT WILL CONSIST OF TWO  PHASES.  APPROACH: THE  INITIAL PHASE  WILL VERIFY MICROEIAL ANALYTICAL
                  METHODS AND DETERMINE THE PRESENCE OF  STUDY  ORGANISMS  IN  A  VARIETY OF  LEACHATES.  SAMPLES OF
                  LEACHATE FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES OF LANDFILLED WASTE  REPRESENTING DIFFERENT  STAGES OF  WASTE
                  DECOMPOSITION (AGE OF LANDFILL) AND  DIFFERENT OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS (BATCH VERSUS CONTINUOUS
                  DISPOSAL, CONTROLLED VERSUS  NATURAL  MOISTURE  INFILTRATION)  WILL  EE ASSAYED  FOR  MICROEIAL AND
                  CHEMICAL CONTENT. MICROBIAL  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.  CLOSTRIDIA)  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 MICROBIAL  POPULATION  DYNAMICS.
                  THREE EXPERIMENTAL LANDFILLS (SPECIALLY CONSTRUCTED  55-GAL. DRUMS) CONTAINING MUNICIPAL  REFUSE.
                  MUNICIPAL REFUSE AND SEWAGE  SLUDGE,  AND HOSPITAL WASTE WILL BE CONSTRUCTED  AND  OPERATED  AT 16"  OF
                  NET INFILTRATION PER YEAR. LEACHATES WILL BE ASSAYED BI-WEEKLY INITIALLY  AND  LESS FREQUENTLY  AS  THE
                  RATE OF POPULATION CHANGES DECREASES.

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•PROJECT:  0037O8-RENEWAL OF WATER  TEMPERATURE  STUDIES AT THE USEPA MONTICELLO FIELD
                 STATION
                   TASK =N820A-O00042  * *EPA=R8O4736-01  * *  (GRANT)
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT     :
                      - WATER QUALITY
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  09/76  -  06/80 :    FY79
KE HOKANSON                EPA/ERL  -  DULUTH
H  STEFAN                  UNIV OF  MINNESOTA
O4/77 -COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT  OF PHYSICAL  MODEL
O9/77 -COMPLETE ALL  FIELD  MEASUREMENTS
(PE-820 )            FRESHWATER ECO EFFECTS
30-99     ECOLOGY
LONGITUDINAL AND VERTICAL  WATER TEMPERATURE AND PREDICTIVE
RATES REPORTED  IN  3  STUDENT  THESES.
STATISTICAL SUMMARY  OF  WATER TEMPERATURE HAS BEEN
PROVIDED ALONG WITH  DESCRIPTION OF PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
OF CHANNELS. DRAFT FINAL REPORT IN PREPARATION.
                      SSIE-GMA  2508 4      EPA -R8Q4736-01
                      PE   -820
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                                         CML (612) 295-5145
                                         DEPT OF CIVIL ENG
                                                                                    ORD -RN10B30-3079
                      ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                            UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79
RECN-003708
LAEN-N508A-084
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE  INFORMATION  ON  THE  WATER  AND  SOIL  TEMPERATURE  REGIMENS IN EXPERIMENTAL OUTDOOR
 CHANNELS WHERE BIOLOGICAL  EXPERIMENTS  ARE  CONDUCTED.  TOGETHER  WITH  MEASURING VARIOUS WEATHER
 PARAMETERS, DEVELOP A MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO  PROVIDE  AND PREDICT  INPUTS  AND  OUTPUTS OF HEAT ENERGY
 APPROACH: FIELD DATA  7S SUBJECTED TO STATISTICAL AND REGRESSION  ANALYSIS TO GIVE INFOMATION ON
 LOGITUDINAL WATER TE'-'f JRATURE  GRADIENTS, DIURNAL WATER  TEMPERATURE  FLUCTUATIONS, VERTICAL
 STRATIFICATION, LONG:'-DINAL DISPERSION  AND  RATE OF  SURFACE  HEAT LOSSES.

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••PROJECT'  001023-VIRUS-SOIL INTERACTIONS
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM  ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT.
 MANDATE	:

 CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS CODES..

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	
  TASK =DC27  -1BOO08  "'EPA=R8O4743     *» (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  1O/76 -  1O/8O :    FY80
EW AKIN                    EPA/HERL -  CINC                      FTS 8-684-7218
GW FUHS                    STATE  DEPT.  OF HEALTH                BUFFALO                   NY 142O3
1O/79 -FINAL  REPORT ON  POLIOVIRUS  INTERACTION  WITH 33 SOIL/MINERAL SUBSTRATES
10/80 -DATA ON THE FATE  OF 5  HUMAN ENTERIC VIRUS IN CONTACT WITH GREATER THAN OR EQUAL
(PE-C27  )           HEALTH EFFECTS -  WATER QUALITY
DATA ON  FATE  OF 5 HUMAN  ENTERIC  VIRUSES  IN CONTACT
WITH -33 SOIL/MINERAL SUBSTRATES
10-O1     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT
20-12     DAA FOR WATER  PROGRAM  OPERATIONS
LAB STUDIES COMPLETED.   ADSORPTION VARIED FROM 15  TO
99.9% WITH LOWEST BEING  OTTAWA SAND IN ECHOVIRUS STUDIES.
NO CORRELATION BETWEEN  VIRUS  UPTAKE AND  SUBSTRATE
CHARACTERISTICS WAS OBSERVED.
                      SSIE-GMA   3449  3      EPA -R804743          ORD -RD10B30-508O
                      PE   -C27
                      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   JAN-MAR 80
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO EVALUATE  AND QUALIFY THE VIRUS-ADSORPTION CHARACTERISTICS OF  33 SOIL/MINERAL
 SUBSTRATES AND 5 ENTERIC VIRUSES.  THE INFLUENCE OF PRIOR  EXPOSURE OF THE SUBSTRATES TO SEWAGE
 EFFLUENTS AND SEWAGE ORGANISMS  WILL  ALSO BE EVALUATED.  APPROACH:  SUBSTRATES WILL BE GROUND TO FINE
 MATERIALS AND CHARACTERIZED  AS  TO SOURCE,  SURFACE AREA, PROTEIN CONTENT,  ETC.  RADIOLABELED VIRUS
 WILL BE ADDED TO AQUEOUS SUSPENSIONS  OF THE SUBSTRATES. VIRAL  ADSORPTION WILL  BE DETERMINED BY LOSS
 OF INFECTIVITY AND LOSS OF RADIOACTIVITY FROM THE CLEAR SUPERNATE AFTER CENTRIFUGATION.  CORRELATION
 OF ADSORPTION AND SOIL  CHARACTERISTICS  WILL BE DETERMINED STATISTICALLY
RECN-OO1023
LABN-D6O7A-OO4C
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH

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*PROJECT: O04818-
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  PROGRAM ID.  .:
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT ...  :
THE CONTINUOUS MONITORING  OF  PARTICULATE SULFUR COMPOUNDS BY FLAME
PHOTOMETRY
  TASK =G712B-BB-082  ' *EPA=RB04750-02  * "• (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  10/77  - 1O/79 .    FY79
RK STEVENS                 EPA/ESRL  -  RTP                       FTS 8-629-3155
JJ NUTZICKER               OREGON GRADUATE CTR                   DEPT OF ENV TECH
(PE-712 )           CHARAC. &  MEASUREMENT METHODS DEVEL - AIR
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
AN AUTOMATIC PARTICULATE SULFUR  MONITOR COMPLETED WHICH
USES SEQUENTIAL REMOVAL OF SULFUR COMPOUNDS AND REAL-TIME
DATA HANDLING BY MICRO-PROCESSOR ELECTRONICS.   INSTRUMENTS
PERMIT NEAR REAL-TIME MEASUREMENTS OF TOTAL SULFUR
PARTICULATES. TOTAL MINUS  SULFURIC ACID AND TOTAL MINUS
AMMONIUM SULFATE.
RECN-004818           SSIE-GMA  5786
PE  -712
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOPMENT OF  AN  INSTRUMENT CAPABLE OF BOTH CONTINUOUSLY MONITORING PARTICULATE SULFUR
 AND DISTINGUISHING AMONG  THE  DIFFERENT CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS OF SULFUR.  APPROACH: SULFUR IS DETECTED
 BY THE LUMINESCENCE  RESULTING FROM COMBUSTION OF SULFUR COMPOUNDS IN A HYDROGEN RICH FLAME. SULFUR
 GASES ARE REMOVED FROM THE SAMPLE STREAM BY A DIFFUSION TUBE SCRUBBER. THE PRINCIPAL CONSTITUENTS
 OF ATMOSPHERIC SULFUR PARTICULATES,  H2S04 AND AMMONIUM (BI) SULFATE,  ARE INDIVIDUALLY REMOVED FROM
 THE SAMPLE STREAM BY A THERMAL  SPECIATION. THERMAL SPECIATION EMPLOYS A HEATED TUBE IN WHICH THE
 PARTICULATES CAN BE  TRANSFERRED TO GASES AND  REMOVED AT THEIR VAPORIZATION TEMPERATURES. RESULTS TO
 DATE: AN AUTOMATIC PARTICULATE  SULFUR MONITOR HAS BEEN COMPLETED WHICH USES SEQUENTIAL REMOVAL OF
 SULFUR COMPOUNDS (AS DESCRIBED  ABOVE) AND REAL-TIME DATA HANDLING BY  MICRO-PROCESSOR ELECTRONICS.
 THE INSTRUMENTS PERMIT NEAR  REAL-TIME MEASUREMENTS OF TOTAL SULFUR PARTICULATE.  TOTAL MINUS
 SULFURIC ACID AND TOTAL MINUS AMMONIUM SULFATE.
                                                              EPA -R804750-02
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RG10B3O-1079
                      UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79

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  EPA   OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM  ID. .. :
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS CODES. . :

 PROJ STATUS..:

 ABSTRACT	:
THE CONTINUOUS MONITORING  OF  PARTICULATE  SULFUR  COMPOUNDS  BV  FLAME
PHOTOMETRY
  TASK =G712B-BB-082  **EPA=R804750-02   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 08/76  -  12/81  :    FY79
RK STEVENS                 EPA/ESRL  - RTP                        FTS  8-629-3155
JJ HUNTZICKER              OREGON  GRADUATE  CTR                   DEPT OF  ENV TECH
O7/79 -COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT OF  FLAME PHOTOMETRIC DETECTION
(PE-712 )           CHARAC. & MEASUREMENT  METHODS  DEVEL  -  AIR
1O-O2   .  CLEAN AIR ACT
AN AUTOMATIC PARTICULATE SULFUR MONITOR COMPLETED  WHICH
USES SEQUENTIAL REMOVAL OF SULFUR COMPOUNDS  AND  REAL-TIME
DATA HANDLING BY MICRO-PROCESSOR  ELECTRONICS.  INSTRUMENTS
PERMIT NEAR REAL-TIME MEASUREMENTS OF  TOTAL  SULFUR
PARTICULATES. TOTAL MINUS  SULFURIC ACID AND  TOTAL  MINUS
AMMONIUM SULFATE.
RECN-OO1642           SSIE-GMA  3281 2
PE  -712
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: 1. DEVELOP FIELD MONITOR TO MEASURE ATMOSPHERIC CONCENTRATIONS  OF PARTICULATE  SULFUR
 COMPOUNDS WITH A FLAME PHOTOMETRIC DETECTOR. 2. COMPLETE  DEVELOPMENT OF MICROPROCESSOR  TO
 COMPLETELY AUTOMATE  ANALYSIS AND DATA REDUCTION.  APPROACH:  1.  DEVELOP  GAS DENUDERS  TO REMOVE
 GASEOUS SULFUR SPECIES AND H2SO  DENUDE TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN  SULFURIC  ACID  AND OTHER  AEROSOL
 SULFATES. 2. NEED TO DEVELOP HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE FOR DATA  REDUCTION.
                                                             EPA -R80475O-02
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      ORD -RG1OB30-1O79
                      UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79

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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM ID. .  .
  FINAL OUTPUT.

  MANDATE	

  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK =BC33  -OOO192  **EPA=R8O4763-O3  * +  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O9/76  - 1O/79 :    FY8O
JE BRUGGER                 EPA/IERL  -  CINC
RM KOERNER                 DREXEL  UNIV
AE LORD                    DREXEL  UNIV
07/79 -COMPLETE PROJECT              '
10/79 -FINAL  REPORT RECEIVED
(PE-C33 )           INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
MOBILE MICROWAVE UNIT TO DETERMINE UNDERGROUND
WATER, IRREG., & DISCONTINUITIES  IN  EARTHEN DIKES.
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
20-99     DOSMC, OW&HM.DC
RECN-000194           SSIE-GMA 36O9  4
PE  -C33
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE DETECTION AND LOCATION OF  WATER  LEVELS
                                                               FTS-8-340-663-4
                                                               PHILADELPHIA
                                                               PHILADELPHIA
PA
PA
191O4
19104
                                            EPA  -RS04763-03
                                            ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                                                                  ORD  -RB10B30-5078
                                                                  UPDATED-   06-28-80
                                            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 UNDERGROUND 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 MONITORING SUCH FAULTS  AND WEAK AREAS  IS THE  USE OF  MICROWAVES.  BY BEAMING CONTINUOUS
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, LEGAL 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, AND VELOCITY WILL ALSO 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.

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*PROJECT' OO1798-
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT. .  .  . :
AN INVESTIGATION OF  THE  REACTIONS  OF  AROMATIC  HYDROCARBONS  IN
PHOTOCHEMICAL AIR  POLLUTION
  TASK =GCO5 -OOO296 * * EPA=R804764-O3  *• *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  09/76  - O4/81      FY8O
MC DODGE                   EPA/ESRL -  RTP
RJ O'BRIEN                 PORTLAND STATE UNIV
04/81 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-C05 )            TRANS. AND FATE  - AIR
10-02     CLEAN AIR  AC.T
PRODUCT YIELDS DETERMINED  FOR  BENZALDEHYDE.  0-CREOSOL.
NITROTOLUENE AND BENZYLNITRATE.
RECN-001798           SSIE-GMA  3864  3       EPA  -R804764-03
LABN-G6O3A-AC-O26     PE   -COS
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBL1C
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF  THIS STUDY  IS TO IDENTIFY THE INTERMEDIATE AND FINAL PRODUCTS FORMED
 WHEN AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS  ARE  IRRADIATED WITH  OXIDES OF NITROGEN UNDER SIMULATED ATMOSPHERIC
 CONDITIONS. APPROACH: REACTIONS OF SEVERAL  IMPORTANT AROMATIC CONSTITUENTS OF GASOLINE UNDER
 PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG  CONDITIONS WILL BE  STUDIED.  THESE HYDROCARBONS INCLUDE BENZENE. TOLUENE, XYLENE,
 AND MESITYLENE. REACTION  PRODUCTS WILL BE IDENTIFIED AND QUANTIFIED. A COMPUTER MODEL OF THE
 REACTIONS OF TOLUENE WILL BE  DEVELOPED AND  VALIDATED AGAINST EXPERIMENTAL DATA. THE GOAL OF THE
 MODEL WILL BE TO  EXPLAIN  THE  DECOMPOSITION  OF TOLUENE UNDER ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS. AND TO EVALUATE
 ITS CONTRIBUTION  TO PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDANT PRODUCTION IN URBAN ATMOSPHERES.
                                                                FTS-8-629-2374
                                                                ARTS & SCI/CHEM DEPT
                                                                   ORD -RG1OB30-1080
                                                                   UPDATED-   06-28-8O
*PROJECT:  001454-TEST AND EVALUATION OF  A  COAL  GASIFIER-GAS  CLEANING  FACILITY
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
                                                               919-541-2160
                                                               RALEIGH
                                                                                         NC 276O7
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
 CURR.  RESULTS:


 ORDIS  CODES. . :

 PROJ  STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	
  TASK =F825Q-791520 **EPA = R80481 1      ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/  COMPLETION  DATE :  1O/76 -  09/81      FY79
RA MCALLISTER              EPA/IERL  -  RTP
JK FERRELL                 NORTH CAROLINA  STATE  UNIV
1O/78 -FACILITY  TURNED  OVER TO  NORTH  CAROLINA  STATE  FOR  TESTS
11/73 -GASIFIER  AND  ACID  GAS REMOVAL  MODELS  COMPLETE
05/79 -TESTS WITH  COKE  COMPLETE
11/79 -TESTS OF  ACID GAS  REMOVAL FROM  SYNGAS COMPLETE
05/80 -METHANOL  SOLVENT TESTS COMPLETE
11/8O -POTASSIUM CARBONATE  TESTS COMPLETE
O5/81 -DMPEG TESTS COMPLETE
11/81 -COMPARISONS MADE AMONG ACID  GAS REMOVAL  ALTERNATIVES
(PE-825 )            FUEL  PROCESSING .PREPARATION ADV COMBUSTION
1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
10-02     CLEAN  AIR  ACT
10-13     SOLID  WASTE DISPOSAL  ACT
PLANNED EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM ON WESTERN KY NO.  11  CHAR  IS  COMPLETE
SEVERA;  15 HOUR  RUNS USING  THE  ENTIRE  INTEGRARED SYSTEM  HAVE BEEN
MADE WITH THE FACILITY  OPERATING IN A  HIGHLY SATISFACTORY  MANNER
RECN-OO1454           SSIE-GMA   4969  1       EPA  -R804811          ORD  -RF10B30-1079
PE  -825
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE THE  PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF  A  BENCH SCALE  COAL GASIFIER-GAS  CLEANING
 FACILITY. ESPECIALLY ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS. TEST  EFFICIENCY OF ACID GAS REMOVAL   IDENTIFY
 AND TRACE ORIGIN  OF POLLUTANTS-  IDENTIFY OPTIMUM  OPERATING CONDITIONS.
                                            ENTERED - UNKNOWN
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•PROJECT: OO4864-
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES..  :
                                         FTS-8-25O-3148
                                         CNTR FOR ECOL.
                                                        MODELING
  PROGRAM ID..  :
  FINAL OUTPUT.:
  MANDATE	:

  CURB. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT    ..:
MODELING TRANSPORT  AND  BEHAVIOR  OF  PESTICIDES AND OTHER TOXIC ORGANIC
MATERIALS  IN AQUATIC  ENVIRONMENTS
  TASK =KC28 -OOO31O  **EPA=R8O482O      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  OB/76 -  03/81  :    FY8O
LA BURNS                   EPA/ERL - ATHENS
RA PARK                    RENSSELAER POLY  INST
O8/77 -ANN. RPT.  H\ -  FORMULATION OF PROCESS EQUATIONS
05/78 -LEUNG-RPIMS  THESIS  -  MODELING BIOACCUMULATION IN FISHES
08/78 -ANN. RPT   *2 -  REVISED  PROCESS  EQUATIONS
12/78 -COUPLING OF  'PEST'  TO ECOSYSTEM MODEL 'CLEANER'
08/79 -USER MANUAL  AND  COMPLETED PROGRAM FOR TOXICANT BEHAVIOR
O9/8O -PRELIMINARY  REPORT  ON TESTING OF EXAMS MODEL USING EXISTING FIELD DATA
03/81 -FINAL REPORT ON  TESTING
(PE-C28 )           TRANS. AND FATE  - WATER QUALITY
VALIDATED  COMPUTER  MODEL
1O-03      TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL  ACT
3O-99      COLOGY
DRAFT OF USER'S MANUAL  AND PEST  CODE RECEIVED
FOR REVIEW.
RECN-OO4864
LABN-K76OC-310
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE: FORMULATION. COMPUTER IMPLEMENTATION,  AND TESTING OF  A DETAILED.  TIME-VARYING MODEL OF
 THE BEHAVIOR OF  ORGANIC TOXICANTS  IN  AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS.  EMPHASIS PLACED ON GENERATION OF MAXIMUM
 FEASIBLE  PHYSICAL  AND  BIOLOGICAL DETAIL.  TO GIVE BROAD APPLICABILITY AND DISCRIMINATION AMONG MANY
 POSSIBLE  TARGET  ORGANISMS.  APPROACH:  FUNCTIONAL  DESCRIPTIONS OF THE PROCESSES AFFECTING TOXICANT
 BEHAVIOR  ARE GENERATED FROM LITERATURE INFORMATION,  CORROBORATED AND/OR MODIFIED VIA BENCH-SCALE
 LABORATORY STUDIES,  AND LINKED  TO  AN  EXISTING AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM MODEL ('CLEANER').  THIS MODEL
 ('PEST')  AND A COARSE-RESOLUTION STEADY-STATE MODEL (AN 'EXAMS' MODEL)  WILL BE VALIDATED AGAINST
 THE RESULTS OF FIELD  STUDIES  CONDUCTED UNDER OTHER AUSPICES.
SSIE-GMA
PE  -C28
INFO-UPDATED
ACCESS-PUBLIC
          5839 1
                      EPA -R8O4820
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                            ORD -RK10B30-5080
                      UPDATED-  06-28-80

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^PROJECT' O00489
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ STATUS. . :

  ABSTRACT	:
               -PYROLYSIS OF AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES AND FEEDLOT WASTES  IN A REACTIVE
                STEAM ATMOSPHERE
                  TASK =B624B-OOO538 **EPA=R804836-02  **  (GRANT)
                  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  11/76  - 03/79  :   FY79
                WW LIBERICK               EPA/IERL - CINC
                MJ ANTAL                  PRINCETON  UNIV                       AEROSPACE DEPT
                12/77 -INTERIM REPORT
                12/78 -DRAFT FINAL REPORT
                03/79 -FINAL REPORT
                (PE-624 )           CONSERVATION & UTIL. TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT- ENERGY
                RESULTS WILL FACILITATE DESIGN OF CONTINUOUS,SMALL-
                SCALE CHEMICAL REACTOR FOR WASTE GASIFICATION.
                30-99     CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
                INTERIM REPORT ON RESULTS.
                RECN-000489           SSIE-GMA  5O92 1      EPA -R804836-O2       ORO -RE 10B30-5O79
                PE  -624
                ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
                OBJECTIVE:  INVESTIGATE BASIC KINETICS OF THE PYROLYSIS OF WASTES. APPROACH: THROUGH BENCH-SCALE
                 EXPERIMENTS COLLECT DATA TO IDENTIFY AND MATHEMATICALLY MODEL PYROLYSIS KINETIC UTILIZING  VARIOUS
                 ORGANIC WASTES AS FEEDSTOCKS.
•"PROJECT-  005259-DETECTION OF MUTAGENIC/CARCINOGENIC  ALTERATION  IN FISH AND.ITS
                 APPLICATION TO HUMAN HEALTH
                   TASK =N831 -OOOO11 »~EPA = R804866      - *  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 01/77  -  09/79  •    FY79
                 GE GLASS                   EPA/ERL -  DULUTH
                 DE HINTON                  UNIV  OF MARYLAND
                 BF TRUMP                   UNIV  OF MARYLAND
                 (PE-831 )           EFFECTS OF  ENERGY  REL  POLLUTANTS
                 30-93
                 DRAFT FINAL REPORT SUBMITTED AND UNDER  REVIEW.
                 RECN-005259           SSIE-GMA  3444 2
EPA  OFFICER. :
INVESTIGATOR.:

PROGRAM ID....
MANDATE	:
CURR. RESULTS:
ORDIS CODES..:
              FTS 8-783-9573
              DEPT OF MED
              DEPT OF MED
                                                                                    ORD -RN10B30-3O79
 PROJ  STATUS...

 ABSTRACT	-
                                                                                    UPDATED-   OCT-DEC 79
                                                            EPA -R804866
               PE   -831
               PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - UNKNOWN
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
               OBJECTIVE:  TO  DEVELOP AND TEST IN VITRO BIOASSAY METHODS TO DETECT MUTAGENIC AND CARCINOGENIC
                PROPERTIES OF  AQUATIC POLLUTANTS IN FISH. APPROACH: THE APPROACH WILL INCLUDE ACTIVATION  OF
                PROCARCINOGENS WITH MICROSOMAL ENZYMES OF FISH. RAT AND MAN. MUTAGENICITY WILL BE TESTED  USING
                BACTERIAL  STRAINS.  CARCINOGEN BINDING STUDIES WILL BE PERFORMED IN CULTURED CELL LINES FROM FISH,
                RAT AND  MAN.  FINALLY IN VIVO TESTING IN FISH AND RAT WILL BE DONE. THE RESEARCH IS INTENDED TO  LEAD
                TO  IMPROVED METHODOLOGY FOR DETECTION OF WATER-BORNE CARCINOGENS.

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  INVESTIGATOR.

  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE...
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES.   :

  PROJ STATUS. .  :

  ABSTRACT	:
-PREVENTION OF FORMATION AND/OR REMOVAL OF HALOGENATED ORGANICS USING
 CHLORINE DIOXIDE AND GRANULAR CARBON
   TASK =CC61 -O1T043 *»EPA=R804902-O1  * * (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 11/76 - 03/81  :   FY80
                           EPA/MERL - CINC                      513-634-7450
                           EVANSVILLE CITY GOVERNMENT           EVANSVILLE                 IN 47740
                           EVANSVILLE CITY GOVERNMENT           EVANSVILLE                 IN 4774Q
                     DRINK WATER TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
           REORGANIZATION PLAN * 3
           TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
           RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
 PHASE I  COMPLETED WITH PHASE II STARTING SHORTLY.
 RECN-000784           SSIE-GMA  3597 3      EPA -R804902-01
                       PE  -C61
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  A 1OO GPM PILOT PLANT WILL BE USED TO EVALUATE VARIOUS TREATMENT  SCHEMES  USING CHLORINE
  AND CHLORINE DIOXIDE DISINFECTION TO COMPARE RESULTANT TRIHALOMETHANE AND OTHER  ORGANIC  BY-PRODUCT
  FORMATION. REMOVAL EFFICIENCIES BY GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON CONTACTORS OF  ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS
  EXISTING IN THE RAW WATER SUPPLY OR. FORMED DURING DISINFECTION WILL ALSO BE  EVALUATED. APPROACH:
  THE PROJECT IS DIVIDED INTO TWO PHASES. PHASE  1 (OPTIMIZATION PHASE) CONSISTS OF  FOUR  SHORT-TERM
  (2-3 WK) RUNS USING EITHER CHLORINE OR CHLORINE DIOXIDE DISINFECTION IN CONJUNCTION WITH GRANULAR
  ACTIVATED CARBON TO SELECT A MODE OF OPERATION FOR LONG-TERM (21 MONTH) EVALUATION.  PHASE  2
  (OPERATING PHASE) WILL EVALUATE CHLORINE DIOXIDE USING VIRGIN AND SUBSEQUENT REGENERATED GRANULAR
  ACTIVATED CARBON.
B  LYKINS
DB MILLS
M  GRIESE
IPE-C61  )
10-09
10-O3
10-05
LAEN-CS14A-OO59
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORO  -RC10E30-1080
DATED-  06-28-80
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PROJECT: 001470
 EPA  OFFICER. :
 INVESTIGATOR.
 MILESTONES. . . :
 PROGRAM ID...:
 MANDATE	:
 ORDIS CODES..

 PROJ STATUS.  . :

 ABSTRACT   .  . :
-ASSESSMENT  AND  CONTROL  OF  WASTEWATER CONTAMINANTS ORIGINATING FROM THE
 PRODUCTION  OF SYNTHETIC FUELS FROM COAL
   TASK  =F825Q-791510  **EPA=R804917     **  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  1.1/76 -  10/81      FY79
 RA MCALLISTER              EPA/IERL - RTP                       9 19-5
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'PROJECT- OO19OO-A  NUMERICAL  STUDY OF HALOCAREON CHEMICAL REACTION ON  STRATOSPHERIC 8
                 TRQPOSPHERIC .OZONE & OTHER PHOTOCHEMICAL PROCESSES  (ABBREV)
                    TASK  =G6O3A-AI-O06 **EPA=R804921-02  ** (GRANT)
                    STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  11/76 - 1O/78  :   FY78
  EPA  OFFICER.: PL HANST                   EPA/ESRL - RTP
  INVESTIGATOR.  PJ CRUTZEN                 COLORADO STATE UNIV
                                            COLORADO STATE UNIV
                                            COLORADO STATE UNIV
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE ....
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT.   ..
PJ CRUTZEN
J  FISHMAN
RE CHATFIELD
10/81  -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-603  )
10-O2     CLEAN  AIR ACT
RECN-001900
LABN-G6O3A-AF-08
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                            FTS  8-629-2998
                                            AGRIC  ENG DEPT
                                            AGRIC  ENG DEPT
                                            AGRIC  ENG DEPT
TRANS. AND FATE OF POLLUTANTS  -AIR
            3443 1
                        EPA  -R804921-02
                                               ORD  -RG10E30-1078
                        ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                               UPDATED-   OCT-DEC 77
                                        SSIE-GMA
                                        PE  -603
                                        INFO-UPDATED
                                        ACCESS-PUBLIC
                 THE PURPOSE  OF  THIS RESEARCH IS TO OBTAIN AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE MODIFICATION  OF  THE  ATMOSPHERE
                  CAUSED BY THE  RELEASE OF HALOGENATED CHEMICALS. TO ACCOMPLISH THIS GOAL.  NUMERICAL  MODELS OF THE
                  ATMOSPHERE  HAVE  BEEN AND WILL BE FURTHER DEVELOPED WHICH ACCURATELY DESCRIBE THE  PHOTOCHEMICAL AND
                  PHYSICAL PROCESSES OCCURRING IN THE ATMOSPHERE. RESEARCH CONDUCTED DURING THE  FIRST YEAR HAS
                  INDICATED THAT  THE CLEAN TROPOSPHERE MAY NOT BE AS EFFICIENT A SCAVENGER  OF HALOCARBONS AS
                  PREVIOUSLY  BELIEVED.  AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE ROLE OF THE TROPOSPHERE AS A REMOVAL MECHANISM FOR
                  THESE HALOGENATED COMPOUNDS CAN BE BETTER ACHIEVED IF A GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF THE  TROPOSPHERIC CARBON
                  MONOXIDE BUDGET  IS OBTAINED. THUS, ALTHOUGH THE CO BUDGET IS DISCUSSED IN THE  FIRST YEAR'S RESEARCH
                  RESULTS, THE SECOND YEAR'S RESEARCH EFFORTS WILL CONCENTRATE ON MINIMIZING THE UNCERTAINTIES OF
                  THIS BUDGET DUE  TO SOIL ABSORPTION AND RELEASE AND NON-METHANE HYDROCARBON OXIDATION.  THE OTHER
                  MAJOR FACET OF  THE SECOND YEAR'S RESEARCH WILL BE TO HAVE A TWO-DIMENSIONAL. TIME-DEPENDENT.  GLOBAL
                  SCALE. PHOTOCHEMICAL MODEL (INCLUDING CHLOROCARBONS) OF THE TROPOSPHERE AND STRATOSPHERE
                  OPERATIONAL BY  THE END OF THE SECOND YEAR OF THE PROJECT.

•PROJECT  OO6113-SIMS THREE-YEAR  STUDY ON STATISTICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN HEALTH
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE ...  .
  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT.
  TASK =HS1G  -9143OO  «• * EPA = R8O4932     *'  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  10/76 -  10/80 :    FY79
WC NELSON                  EPA/HERL -  RTP
   UNKNOWN                 SIAM INST                            PHILADELPHIA               PA  19103
09/77 -AWARD  OF  SECOND  YEAR  GRANT
09/78 -AWARD  OF  THIRD  YEAR  GRANT
10/80 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-81G  I           HEALTH  EFFECTS- CRITERIA POLLUTANTS - AIR
20-81     AA  FOR  RESEARCH  AND  DEVELOPMENT
RECN-O06113            SSIE-HZ  799143         EPA -R804932
LABN-H816 -91430O     PE   -816
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED -  06-28-80
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS -PUELIC
SIAM INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICS AND SOCIETY 
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*PROJECT: OO634O-SIMS THREE-YEAR  STUDY  ON STATISTICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL  FACTORS  IN HEALTH
                                                                                 FTS  8-629-233O
                                                                                 PHILADELPHIA
                                                                                    ORD  -RH10B3O-1080
                                                                                    UPDATED-   06-28-80
                 TASK  =HC02  -9143OO **EPA=R804932     ** (GRANT)
                 STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  1O/76 - 10/80 •    FY8O
EPA  OFFICER.  WC NELSON                 'EPA/HERL -  RTP
INVESTIGATOR.     THOMSEN D               SIAM INST                            PHILADELPHIA               PA 191O3
MILESTONES...  09/77 -AWARD  OF  SECOND YEAR GRANT
               O9/78 -AWARD  OF  THIRD YEAR GRANT
               10/8O -FINAL  REPORT
PROGRAM ID...  (PE-C02  )            HEALTH EFFECTS- CRITERIA POLLUTANTS  -AIR
MANDATE	:  1O-O2     CLEAN  AIR  ACT
ORDIS CODES..:  RECN-006340            SSIE-HZ  809143         EPA  -R804932
               PE  -C02
PROJ STATUS..:  PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED  -  06-28-80
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
ABSTRACT  ...:  SIAM INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICS AND SOCIETY  *SIMS!  IS DIRECTING THE  STATISTICAL  RESEARCH PERSONNEL AT
                COLUMBIA AND STANFORD UNIVERSITIES.  THE INVESTIGATORS ARE  DEVELOPING MORE  SOPHISTICATED TECHNIQUE
                FOR THE ANALYSIS OF  ENVIRONMENTAL AND  HEALTH  DATA.  WHITTEMORE HAS  DEVELOPED  A  MODEL FOR THE
                COMBINED EFFECTS OF  CIGARETTE SMOKE  AND ASBESTOS EXPOSURE  ON  CELLULAR ATYPIA IN SPUTUM.  A
                STATISTICAL PROGRAM  IS BEING  WRITTEN FOR THE  APPLICATION OF THE  MODEL.  THIS  RESEARCH WILL ELUCIDATE
                THE ROLE OF BOTH FACTORS  IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF  LUNG CANCER. SHE  HAS  ALSO ADDRESSED THE PROBLEM OF
                ESTIMATING HUMAN CANCER RISK  AT LOW  DOSES  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENS IN  PARTICULAR THE
                SENSITIVITY OF  RISK  ESTIMATES TO  IMPLICIT  ASSUMPTIONS IN THE  MATHEMATICAL  MODEL PREPARING A SURVEY
                ARTICLE ON AIR  POLLUTION  AND  HEALTH  FOR THE ANNUAL  REVIEW  OF  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  STEELE COMPLETED SIMS
                WORKING PAPER *14 ENTITLED  -  "RED FLAGS ON THE  HOUSTON STUDY.  THIS  WAS A  REVIEW REQUESTED BY.EPA
                OF  THE "STUDY OF HEALTH-RELATED RESPONSES  TO  AIR  POLLUTION OF PERSONS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE
                PULMONARY DISEASE IN HOUSTON  -  TEXAS."  SWITZER  HAS  BEEN INVESTIGATING THE  PROBLEM OF AREAL MAPPING
                USING REMOTELY  SENSED OBSERVATIONS.  THE USUAL DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS  TECHNIQUES DO NOT TAKE INTO
                ACCOUNT SPATIAL CONTINUITY. FDD HAS  STUDIED THE  HOURLY AND DAILY' VARIATIONS  OF OZONE
                CONCENTRATIONS. HER  STATISTICAL MODEL  WAS  USED  TO ESTIMATE THE FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF THE
                DURATION OF ELEVATED CONCENTRATIONS  -  AN IMPORTANT  QUESTION FOR  EXPOSURE MODELING IN
                EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES AND IN  THE SETTING OF STANDARDS. ONE  SHOULD  BE ABLE  TO SEE HOW THIS
                DURATION DISTRIBUTION IS  AFFECTED BY CHANGES  IN  MEAN  LEVELS.  GALFOND HAS EXAMINED THE PROBLEM OF
                ESTIMATING WAITING TIMES  BETWEEN  POLLUTION EPISODES.  WITH  COMMONLY1 USED EXTREME VALUE MODELS SUCH
                WAITING TIME ESTIMATES CAN BE VERY UNSTABLE STATISTICALLY  AS  WELL  AS NOTICEABLY BIASED UNLESS CARE
                IS TAKEN IN THE ESTIMATION OF THE MODEL PARAMETERS.

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•PROJECT- OO5O17-CHAMBERS  WORKS  WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT - REMOVAL OF ORGANIC  AND
                 ORGANO-NITROGEN COMPOUNDS FROM WASTEWATER
                   TASK  =L610E-OOOO47 * *EPA = S804943-O3  *• (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE .  11/76 - 11/79 •   FY79
                 JE MATTHEWS                EPA/ERL - ADA                         FTS  8-743-2233
                 HW HEATH                   DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO               ORGANIC  CHEMS
                 11/76  -BEGAN STARTUP OF "PACT" SYSTEM
                 O3/77  -"PACT"  SYSTEM ON LINE
                 OS/77  -REPORT  ON STARTUP OF "PACT" SYSTEM
                 11/79  -COMPLETE PROJECT REPORT ON OPERATION OF PACT SYSTEM
                 (PE-610 )            INDUSTRIAL PROC.  - WATER QUALITY
                 10-01      FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                 WORK ON PROJECT HAS BEEN COMPLETED.  DRAFT OF FINAL
                 REPORT  BEING PREPARED BY GRANTEE.
                                        SSIE-GMA  6O56        EPA -S804943-O3       ORD  -RL1OB1O-1O79
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES...
PROGRAM ID...
MANDATE	:
CURR. RESULTS:
ORDIS CODES...

PROJ STATUS. .

ABSTRACT   . . .
                 RECN-005017
                 PE   -610
                 ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS  PROJECT  IS  TO OBTAIN ACTUAL OPERATING AND COST DATA FROM A LARGE  SCALE
 INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION  OF  "PACT"  TECHNOLOGY FOR SECONDARY/TERTIARY TREATMENT OF WASTEWATER.  DATA
 WILL BE OBTAINED  FROM A $45,000.000 WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AT THE DUPONT CHAMBERS  WORKS  IN
 DEEPWATER, NJ. THE  PLANT TREATS  26.OOO GPM OF HIGHLY COLORED INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER CONTAINING
 APPROXIMATELY  180 PPM DISSOLVED  ORGANIC CARBON (DOC).  MUCH OF THE ORGANIC CARBON IS RESISTANT TO
 BIOLOGICAL DEGRADATION  BY  ORDINARY ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESSES, AS WITNESSED BY A BODS  DOC  RATIO OF
 ONLY 1.0. IN THIS "PACT" TREATMENT,  NEUTRALIZED EFFLUENT FROM THE PRIMARY TREATMENT SECTION  OF THE
 PLANT IS CONTACTED  WITH 80 TO 2OO PPM POWDERED ACTIVATED CARBON AND FED TO THREE, PARALLEL.
 4,000,000 GALLON  AERATORS  CONTAINING RECYCLED ACTIVATED SLUDGE. THE "PACT" COMBINED CARBON AND
 BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT  REMOVES  95% OF FEED BODS AND OVER 80% OF THE DOC. COLOR AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES
 IN THE WASTEWATER ARE REDUCED. THE QUALITY OF THE PLANT EFFLUENT PERMITS THE TOTAL DISCHARGE FROM
 THE CHAMBERS WORKS  TO MEET BODS,  DOC,  AND COLOR LIMITATIONS IN THE CHAMBERS WORKS NPDES PERMIT. THE
 TREATMENT PLANT ALSO  INCLUDES A  MULTIPLE HEARTH FURNACE FOR REGENERATION OF POWDERED ACTIVATED
 GABON FROM "PACT" SLUDGE.  THIS IS THE FIRST LARGE SCALE USE OF THIS CARBON REGENERATION TECHNOLOGY
 THE AERATOR/CLARIFIER SYSTEM  HAS BEEN TREATING 28,000 GPM FLOW SINCE JUNE, 1977. FULL  OPERATION OF
 THE REGENERATION  FURNACE HAS  BEEN DELAYED BY DESIGN PROBLEMS WITH BOTH THE SLUDGE CONVEYING  SYSTEM,
 WHICH FEEDS THE FURNACE, AND  THE  FURNACE ITSELF.  THE FURNACE WAS RESTARTED IN SEPTEMBER 1977.
 HOWEVER, BECAUSE  OF FEED SYSTEM  PROBLEMS ROUTINE OPERATION DIDN'T START UNTIL FEBRUARY, 1978. THE
 REGENERATION FURNACE  IS CURRENTLY OPERATING AT 70% CAPACITY. THE QUALITY OF THE GENERATED  CARBON  IS
 ABOUT 7O% OF VIRGIN CARBON. MODIFICATION OF THE REGENERATION SYSTEM IS CONTINUING.

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U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Form Approved
OMB No. I38-R0081
PROJECT NO. (Do not use this apace)
SSIE
EPA
R-804979-04-0
TIJLE OF PROJECT
                Pollutants  from Synthetic  Fuels Production
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENTS. AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
F. 0.  M1xon, Principal  Investigator
D. 6.  Nichols, Co-Principal  Investigator
J. G.  Cleland, Co-Principal  Investigator
W. J. McMichael
C. M. Sparacino
D. E. Wagoner
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
Research Triangle  Institute
P.  0.  Box 12194
Research Triangle  Park,  NC  27709
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK -  (I) Objectives. (2) Approach, (3) Current Plans and/or Progress (200 words or less. Omit confidential data).
   In the Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of work In progress are exchanged with-government and private agencies sup-
porting research and are forwarded to investigators who request such Information. Your summary Is to be used for these purposes.
     Various Investigations  have been  proposed for the upcoming  project year.  These
include  a completion of  the  parametric test run  sequence, the finalization of statis-
tical  analysis studies on the data from parametric and screening test operation,  and
a comparison of data from the RTI bench-scale  gasifier with that^currently available
on pilot scale and commercial scale coal conversion facilities.   Also of interest is
thermal  analysis system  (T6A/DTA/DSC)  experimentation in order to help elucidate
mechanisms and chemical  reaction rates for  various pollutant  species.   These results
are to be utilized in  the reactor modeling  and process analysis  activities.

     Major emphasis during the upcoming year will  be on pollutant conversion and  control
This will involve utilization of char  bed units and other techniques  for the chemical
conversion and control of selected compounds and compound classes.   Interest also
exists in the study of pollutants associated with the conversion of synthesis gas
resulting from coal gasification to synthetic  liquid fuels.   Analytical chemical  studies
and bioassay studies,  where appropriate, will  support the various Individual tasks
associated with this project.

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•PROJECT'  OO6623-CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS:  INSECTICIDE VS  CARCINOGENIC ACTION
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
  TASK =HC86  -9469OO  **EPA=R8O5O08     *•  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  07/77  -  07/80     FY80
S  NESNOW                  EPA/HERL -  RTP
   HART                    OHIO STATE  UNIV
12/77 -PRELIMINARY  INSECT  EVALUATION  OF  15 AGENTS
O3/78 -INITIAL UDS  AND  CYTOTOXICITY  EXPERIMENTS
12/78 -MUTATION ANALYSIS  IN  V-79
12/78 -BINDING STUDIES  IN  V-79 VA-4
04/79 -BINDING STUDIES  WITH  14-C  ALDRIN
O6/79 -BINDING & UDS  STUDIES WITH DIHYDROALDRIN
03/80 -DETERMINE CRITICAL  SITE OF ALDRIN/DIELDRIN  BINDING
O6/8O -COMPLETE BIOMAGNIFICATION  STUDIES
(PE-C86 )           HEALTH EFFECTS -  PESTICIDES
1O-06     FEDERAL INSECTICIDE,  FUNGICIDE AND  RODENTICIDE  ACT
                                                                FTS 8-629-2693
                                                                COLUMBUS
                                                                                          OH 43212
                       SSIE-HZ  8O9469
                                             EPA  -R8O5OO8
                                                                   ORD -RH1OB3O-1O8O
                                             ENTERED  -  O6-28-80
                                                                   UPDATED-   O6-28-80
RECN-OO6628
PE  -C86
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS RESEARCH  ARE  1.  THE  IDENTIFICATION OF  THE REACTIVE PORTION OF THE ALDRIN &
 DIELDRIN MOLECULES WHICH  ARE  RESPONSIBLE  FOR  THEIR  CYTOTOXIC & MUTAGENIC ACTION ON MAMMALIAN CELLS:
 & 2.  THE IDENTIFICATION & DEVELOPMENT  OF  NEW  MOLECULAR  FEATURES WHICH MAY RENDER THESE PESTICIDES
 NON-PERSISTENT & ECOLOGICALLY SAFE.  ANALOGS AND  METABOLITES  OF THE  HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS ARE NOW
 AVAILABLE FOR TESTING IN  THE  HUMAN  CELL AND INSECT  SYSTEMS.  SYNTHESIS OF RADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS SUCH
 AS, OXYALDRIN, OXYDIELDRIN  AND  FLUORINATED DERIVATIVES  ARE  IN PROGRESS AND SHOULD ALLOW FURTHER
 ASSESSMENT OF THE RELATIONSHIP  OF FUNCTIONAL  GROUPS,  UDS AND CYTOTOXICITV TO DNA BINDING.
 TABULATION OF RESULTS OF  THE  ANALOGS TESTED IN THE  INSECTS  AND MICROSOMAL ACTIVATION SYSTEM ARE
 PROVIDING INSIGHTS INTO THE METABOLISM OF  CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS.  FUTURE STUDIES WILL LEAD TO THE
 IDENTITY AND QUANTIFYING  OF THE MAJOR  METABOLITES.  STUDIES  UNDERWAY  IN THE CELL CULTURE SYSTEM
 SHOULD ALLOW US TO COMPARE  AND  DISTINGUISH THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF  HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS AND
 THE INSECT TOXICITY  WITH  THE  TYPES  AND QUANTITY  OF  METABOLITES PRODUCED.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT/"  PROTECTION AGENCY
          OPT- ORQCONV (VERSION V2.6)      ' OFFICE OF RESEARCH /    EVELOPMENT -
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       RUN DATE: O7/O9/SO                 * 0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*

"PROJECT- O063O5-CHLORINATED  HYDROCARBONS:  INSECTICIDE VS CARCINOGENIC ACTION
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  EPA  JFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..
                                                                FTS 8-629-2693
                                                                COLUMBUS
                       OH 43212
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT.
  TASK  =1-1615  -946900 **EPA=R805OO8     * * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  07/77 -  07/80 :    FY79
S  NESNOW                  EPA/HERL -  RTP
   UNKNOWN                 OHIO STATE  UNIV
12/77 -PRELIMINARY  INSECT  EVALUATION  OF  15 AGENTS
03/78 -INITIAL UDS  AND  CYTOTOXICITY EXPERIMENTS
12/78 -MUTATION ANALYSIS  IN  V-79
12/78 -BINDING STUDIES  IN  V-79 VA-4
04/79 -BINDING STUDIES  WITH  14-C  ALDRIN
O6/79 -BINDING 5 UDS STUDIES WITH DIHYDROALDRIN
03/80 -DETERMINE CRITICAL  SITE OF ALDRIN/DIELDRIN BINDING
O6/80 -COMPLETE BIOMAGNIFICATION  STUDIES
(PE-615 )            HEALTH EFFECTS -  PESTICIDES
          DAA FOR PESTICIDE  PROGRAMS
                      SSIE-HZ  799469         EPA -R805008
                      PE   -615
                      INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED -  O6-28-8O
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS  RESEARCH ARE 1. THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE REACTIVE PORTION OF THE ALDRIN &
 DIELDRIN MOLECULES  WHICH  ARE  RESPONSIBLE FOR  THEIR CYTOTOXIC & MUTAGENIC ACTION ON MAMMALIAN CELLS;
 & 2.  THE IDENTIFICATION & DEVELOPMENT OF NEW  MOLECULAR FEATURES WHICH MAY RENDER THESE PESTICIDES
 NON-PERSISTENT & ECOLOGICALLY SAFE.  THE  SYNTHESIS OF  ANALOGS AND METABOLITES OF HALOGENATED
 HYDROCARBONS AND PYRETHROIDS  FOR TESTING IN THE  HUMAN CELL AND INSECT SYSTEMS IS CONTINUING.
 SYNTHESIS OF RADIOACTIVE  COMPOUNDS SUCH  AS. OXYALDRIN.  OXYDIELDRIN AND FLUORINATED DERIVATIVES
 SHOULD ALLOW FURTHER ASSESSMENT  OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF FUNCTIONAL GROUPS, UDS AND CYTOTOXICITY TO
 DNA BINDING. ANALYSIS  OF  RESULTS OF  THE  ANALOGS  TESTED TO DATE INDICATE A RELATIONSHIP OF THE
 AMOUNT OF UDS INDUCED  TO  THE  EXTENT  OF BINDING TO DNA.  FURTHER STUDIES WITH OTHER ANALOGS OF
 VARYING ELECTROPHILICITY  SHOULD  ALLOW DISTINGUISHING  BETWEEN BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS ON HUMAN CELLS AND
 INSECT TOXICITY
20-34
RECN-006305
LABN-H615 -9469OO
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
ORD -RH10B30-2079
UPDATED-  O6-28-8O

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                                        UNITED  STATES ENVIRONMENT*'  PROTECTION  AGENCV
          ORT: ORDCONV  (VERSION  V2.6)      -  OFFICE  OF RESEARCH A     EVELOPMENT *
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       RUN DATE: 07/09/80                  *ORDIS  DATA EXTRACT*                               PAGE-     42

'PROJECT: 002618-CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON  INSECTICIDES VS.  CARCINOGENIC  ACTION

                   TASK =H615A-008542  **EPA=R805008      **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  O7/77 -  07/8O  :    FY78
  EPA  OFFICER.: S  NESNOW                 EPA/HERL  - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2693
  INVESTIGATOR.: RW HART                   OHIO STATE UNIV                      COLL OF MED
                 N  LEWIS                  OHIO STATE UNIV                      COLL OF MED
  MILESTONES...: 12/77  -CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS OF  15 AGENTS
                 01/78  -PRELIMINARY INSECT EVALUATION
                 03/78  -PRELIMINARY BONDING  EXPERIMENT
                 12/78  -MUTATION ANALYSIS
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-615 )           HEALTH  EFFECTS- PESTICIDES
  MANDATE	: 10-O6     FEDERAL  INSECTICIDE,  FUNG.  AND RODENT. ACT
                 20-34     DAA FOR  PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
                 30-99     CARCINOGENESIS
  CURR.  RESULTS: DIELDRIN ANALOGS (15)  HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.   INITIAL STUDIES
                 ON PARENT INSECTICIDES COMPLETED IN INSECT TEST SYSTEMS.
  ORDIS  CODES..; RECN-002618            SSIE-GMA  5343        EPA -R8O5008          ORD -RH10E30-5078
                 PE  -615
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED -  UNKNOWN    UPDATED-  OCT-DEC  77
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	: THE LONG-TERM OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS THE DETERMINATION  OF THOSE STRUCTURAL  CHARACTERISTICS
                  RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DELETERIOUS VS.  BENEFICIAL ACTION OF CHLORINATED PESTICIDES.  THESE  STUDIES WILL
                  PERMIT THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL  SYSTEM FOR THE  RATIONAL DESIGN, SYNTHESIS, AND  DEVELOPMENT  OF
                  NONCARCINOGENIC,   YET BIOLOGICALLY  EFFECTIVE  PESTICIDES. THE  SPECIFIC CHEMICAL OBJECTIVES  INCLUDE:
                  A) THE SYNTHESIS OF RATIONALLY  DESIGNED COMPOUNDS WITH SYSTEMATICALLV JUXTAPOSED  FUNCTIONAL GROUPS.
                  B) COMPOUNDS DEMONSTRATING DIFFERENTIAL BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS WILL BE SYNTHESIZED WITH RADIOLABELS  TO
                  DETERMINE THE EXTENT AND TYPE  OF MACROMOLECULAR INTERACTION  OF THESE WITH CELLULAR  COMPONENTS. THE
                  HALOGENATED PESTICIDES (ALDRIN AND  DIELDRIN) AND  THE  ANALOGS SYNTHESIZED FOR THESE  STUDIES  WILL  BE
                  EVALUATED AT THE MOLECULAR LEVEL FOR  THEIR  ABILITY TO: A) BIND TO DNA; B) FORM SPECIFIC DN-P
                  BOND(S);  C) PRODUCE GENETIC DAMAGE; AND D)  PRODUCE REPAIRABLE VS. NONREPAYABLE  GENETIC DAMAGE.  THE
                  CELLULAR EVALUATIONS WILL INCLUDE  STUDIES ON: A)  THE  CYTOTOXIC, B) THE MUTAGENIC. C) THE
                  CARCINOGENIC AND D) VIRAL SYNERGISTIC POTENTIAL OF THESE AGENTS IN OUR MAMMALIAN  TEST SYSTEMS. IN
                  ADDITION WE WILL EVALUATE AND  ATTEMPT TO MODIFY THE RATE AND EXTENT OF ACTION FOR EACH  OF THESE
                  AGENTS AND CORRELATE THIS WITH  THE  LEVEL OF  INDUCTION AND RATE OF REMOVAL OF SPECIFIC DN-P
                  COMPLEX(ES).  THE ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS  WILL INCLUDE THE  DETERMINATION OF PESTICIDAL
                  EFFECTIVENESS AND BIOMAGNIFICATION  POTENTIAL OF THESE HALOGENATED COMPOUNDS. DIELDRIN ANALOGS (15»
                  HAVE BEEN SYNTHESIZED. TEN OTHER CHEMICAL AGENTS HAVE BEEN SYNTHESIZED OR OBTAINED  TO ENHANCE THE
                  DATA BASE. INITIAL STUDIES ON  PARENT  INSECTICIDES HAVE BEEN  COMPLETED IN INSECT TEST SYSTEMS.
                  INCLUDING ORAL AND TOPICAL TOXICITY USING HOUSE FLIES AND IMMERSION TESTS USING MOSQUITO LARVAE.
                  PRESENT STUDIES UNDERWAY INCLUDE UNSCHEDULED DNA  SYNTHESIS AND CYTOTOXICITY IN V-79 AND VA-4
                  MAMMALIAN CELL SYSTEMS, MUTATION ANALYSIS IN V-79 CELLS AND  BINDING STUDIES IN V-79 AND VA-4  CEL t_ S

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT*'  "ROTECTION AGENCY
          OUT.  ORDCONV (VERSION V2.6 )     » OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    EVELOPMENT -
                                                GRANT PROJECT DESC  .-TIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O                 » O R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT-                              PAGE-    43

»PROJECT: OO485O-USE OF  REMOTE  SENSING TO DETERMINE THE HORIZONTAL  DISTRIBUTION OF
                 CHLOROPHYLL  AND SURFACE CURRENTS IN LAS VEGAS BAY, LAKE MEAD
                   TASK  =J884A-OOOO44  **EPA=R805O45-O1   ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  1O/76 -  O2/8O :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: M  BRISTOW                 EPA/EMSL - LAS VEGAS                 7O2-798-2272
  INVESTIGATOR.: J  DEACON                  UNIV OF NEVADA                       ARTS & LETTERS/BIOL DEPT
  MILESTONES...: 10/76 -DATA  SUPPLIED  DURING EACH EXPERIMENTAL PERIOD (APPROX. FOUR-MONTH
                 02/80 -DELIVERY OF  ALL IN SITU MEASUREMENT DATA
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-884  )            MONITORING METHODS & SYSTEMS - WATER QUALITY
  FINAL OUTPUT   DELIVERY OF  ALL IN  SITU MEASUREMENT DATA.
  MANDATE	: 10-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                 30-99     WATER CHEMISTRY
  CURR. RESULTS: A NUMBER OF  FLIGHTS CONDUCTED  OVER LAKE MEAD AND
                 GOOD CORRELATIONS OBSERVED BETWEEN RESPECTIVE DATA BASES.
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-004850            SSIE-GMA  5831        EPA -R805045-01        ORD -RJ10E30-5O79
                 PE  -884
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-'ACTIVE         INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBL1C
  ABSTRACT...     OBJECTIVE: PROVIDE MEASUREMENTS  OF CHLOROPHYLL CONCENTRATIONS IN SUPPORT OF AN EPA PROGRAM TO
                  DEVELOP A LASER  FLUOROSENSOR  METHOD FOR PERFORMING THE MEASUREMENTS FROM AN AIRBORNE PLATFORM.
                  APPROACH: MEASUREMENTS ARE MADE AND SAMPLES COLLECTED FROM  BOAT AT PREMARKED LOCATIONS COINCIDENT
                  WITH AN OVERFLIGHT BY  THE AIRCRAFT-BORNE REMOTE MONITOR.  SAMPLES ARE ANALYZED AND COMPARED TO
                  RESULTS FROM THE REMOTE MONITOR.

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                                       UNITED  STATES  ENVIRONMENTS  PROTECTION'AGENCY
          ORT: ORDCONV (VERSION V2.6)      *  OFFICE  OF RESEARCH  A'    =VELOPMENT  *
                                                GRANT  PROJECT  DESi.    TIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O                  *ORDIS  DATA   EXTRACT*

"•PROJECT:  OO5271-METHODS DEVELOPMENT FOR ASSESSING  TRADEOFFS  IN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
                                                                                             PAGE-
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. . .
  MANDATE.	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES. . .

  PROJ STATUS. . :

  ABSTRACT	:
  TASK =X775A-OO0003  **EPA=R805059-01   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  1O/76  -  11/79      FY79
A  CARLIN                  EPA/OHR- DAA
DS BROOKSHIRE              UNIV  OF WYOMING
TD CROCKER                 UNIV  OF WYOMING
W  SCHULZE                 UNIV  OF WYOMING
S  BEN DAVID               UNIV  OF NEW ME/ICO
A  KNEESE                  UNIV  OF NEW MEXICO
O3/79 -EPA ISSUED INTERIM  REPORT
(PE-775 )           ANTICIPATORY  R  & D
20-20     AA FOR AIR  AND WASTE  MANAGEMENT
20-52     DAA FOR PLANNING AND  EVALUATION
20-RO9    EPA REGION  IX               .
30-99     ECONOMICS
INTERIM REPORT ISSUED 3/29/79,  WITH  PRESS  RELEASE.
                      SSIE-GMA
                                                                202-755-0655
                                                                LARAMIE
                                                                LARAMIE
                                                                LARAMIE
                                                                ALBURQUERQUE
                                                                ALBURQUERQUE
                                                                                                             82070
                                                                                                             82070
                                                                                                             82O7O
                                                                                                           NM87131
                                                                                                           NM87131
                                6149
                                             EPA  -R8O5059-01
                                                                   ORD  -RX1OB30-5O79
                                             ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-   OCT-DEC 79
RECN-O05271
PE  -775
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO ADVANCE  THE  STATE-OF-THE-ART  IN  MEASURING,  EVALUATING  AND  WEIGHING THE TRADEOFFS
 INHERENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL DECISION-MAKING  BY:  1.  FURTHER DEVELOPING THE TOOLS  NEEDED TO MEASURE AND
 EVALUATE BENEFITS, 2. ADVANCING  DECISION METHODS  TO  BE  USED  IN  DISCRIMINATING  AMONG ALTERNATIVES.
 3. DEFINING THE ROLE  FOR  RELEVANT COST  AND BENEFIT  INFORMATION  IN DECISION-MAKING,  AND 4.
 DETERMINING THE AREAS Cr  ENVIRONMENTAL  RESEARCH WHICH COULD  MOST EFFECTIVELY CONTRIBUTE TO IMPROVED
 DECISION METHODOLOGY. APPROACH:  DEVELOP AND TEST  METHODOLOGY  TO USE ECONOMETRIC ANALYSES TO
 DETERMINE NATIONAL HUMAN  HEALTH  BENEFITS AND  PROPERTY VALUE  AND WILLINGNESS-TO-PAV  STUDIES TO
 DETERMINE REGIONAL BENEFITS  OF AIR  POLLUTION  CONTROL.

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                                         « OFFICE Of RESEARCH /     .EVELOPMENT *
                                              GRANT PROJECT DESu.. vPTIONS
                                         "ORDIS  OAT A'  EXTRACT*
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•PROJECT: OO109O-WATER  SOURCE  AND CHARACTERISTICS AND MALIGNANCY RATES OF SELECTED SITES
                 IN SELECTED PARISHES IN LOUISIANA
                   TASK  =DS14  -O29AOO **EPA-R8O511O-O2  ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  O9/78 - 08/79 :    FY78
                 KP CANTOR                  EPA/HERL - CINC
                 MS GOTTLIEB                TULANE UNIV OF LOUISIANA
                 FJ MATHER                  TULANE UNIV OF LOUISIANA
                 12/79  -REPORT  ON BLADDER CANAL & WATER SUPPLIES
                 (PE-614  )            DRINKING WATER
                 1O-13     SOLID  WASTE  DISPOSAL ACT
                                        SSIE-GMA  5398        EPA -R805110-O2
EPA  OFFICER.:
INVESTIGATOR..

MILESTONES...:
PROGRAM ID...:
MANDATE	:
ORDIS CODES..:
                                                                FTS 8-496-4947
                                                                SCH OF MED/EPIDEM DEPT
                                                                SCH OF MED/EPIDEM DEPT
                                                                                  ORD -RD10A30-1O78
  PROJ STATUS. . :

  ABSTRACT	:
                                                            ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 77
RECN-001O9O
PE  -614
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
TO EXAMINE THE POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP  OF  THE  SOURCE  OF  DRINKING WATER IN SELECTED LOUISIANA PARISHES
 TO THE OCCURRENCE OF  CANCER OF  SITES WHICH  APPEAR  TO  BE  SIGNIFICANTLY  ELEVATED AND PARTICULARLY FOR
 CANCER OF THE PANCREAS,  STOMACH,  BLADDER, LUNG  AND COLON CANCER,  EXCLUDING RECTUM. PARISHES HAVE
 BEEN SELECTED BY SOURCE  OF DRINKING  WATER AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS. TO DATE RELATED
 STUDIES HAVE PRIMARILY CONCERNED  THEMSELVES WITH MORTALITY  DATA.  MORTALITY DATA DOES NOT
 DISTINGUISH BETWEEN INCIDENCE AND PREVALENCE. THIS IS PARTICULARLY CRITICAL WHEN LOOKING FOR
 ETIOLOGY OF CANCERS WITH LONG SURVIVAL  FROM TIME OF DIAGNOSIS,  I.E., BLADDER AND LARGE INTESTINE
 (COLON). IN THE FIRST PHASE MORTALITY RATES FOR THE SELECTED  MALIGNANCIES WILL BE COMPARED FOR
 THREE TIME PERIODS FOR THE SELECTED  PARISHES. THIS PROJECT  WILL SYSTEMATICALLY USE MORTALITY DATA
 TO MEASURE INCIDENCE  WHERE APPLICABLE (CANCER OF THE  LUNG.  PANCREAS AND STOMACH). ALSO,  BY
 COMPARING SELECTED HOSPITAL DATA  FOR CANCERS WITH  SHORT  SURVIVALS DETERMINE THE REPRESENTATIVENESS
 OF THE HOSPITAL DATA  OF  THE TOTAL MORTALITY AND DETERMINE THE USEFULNESS OF INCIDENCE DATA (DATE OF
 DIAGNOSIS) FROM THESE HOSPITALS FOR  CANCERS OF  THE LARGE INTESTINE AND BLADDER. THE NULL HYPOTHESIS
 IS THAT DRINKING WATER SOURCE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH  CANCER RATES.  ORLEANS PARISH IS ONE OF THE
 PARISHES THAT WILL BE CONSIDERED. OTHER VARIABLES  THAT WILL THEN  BE EXAMINED TO LOOK AT  DIFFERENCES
 IN RATES NOT ATTRIBUTABLE TO DRINKING WATER ARE THE PRESENCE  OF PARTICULAR INDUSTRIES, AND THE
 PROXIMITY OF THE RESIDENCE OF THE CASES TO  THE  INDUSTRY.  AS WELL  AS PARTICULAR OCCUPATIONS.
 MORTALITY OR INCIDENCE RATES FOR  THE SPECIFIC SUBGROUPS  WILL  BE CALCULATED AND COMPARED  TO EXPECTED
 NUMBERS (EXPECTED DEATHS BASED  ON AGE-TIME  SPECIFIC DEATH RATES FOR LOUISIANA RESIDENTS, AND
 INCIDENCE RATES BASED ON THE NATIONAL CANCER INCIDENCE SURVEYS  MOST APPROPRIATE TO THE PARTICULAR
 YEARS BEING CONSIDERED).  STANDARDIZED RATIOS WILL  BE  CALCULATED IN ORDER TO COMPARE GROUPS AND
 SUB-GROUPS.

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'PROJECT-  OOO933-HIGH-TEMPERATURE  DEGRADATION CHARACTERISTICS OF  HAZARDOUS ORGANIC WASTES
                  - A LABORATORY APPROACH
                   TASK =CC73  -S4T018  >*EPA=R805117-01   »+  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE    O5/77  -  12/80     FY8O
  EPA   OFFICER..  RA CARNES                  EPA/MERL  -  CINC                       FTS-8-684-7871
  INVESTIGATOR..  DS DUVALL                  UNIV OF DAYTON                       RES INST
  MILESTONES...:  06/79 -ANNUAL REPORT  (PROGRESS)
                 06/SO -FINAL  REPORT  (DRAFT)
                 12/80 -PUBLISH FINAL  REPORT
                 (PE-C73 )           SOLID  &  HAZARDOUS  WASTE
PROGRAM ID..
MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS CODES. . :

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	:
                10-O3      TOXIC  SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
                1O-05      RESOURCE  CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
                1O-O6      FEDERAL  INSECTICIDE.  FUNG.  AND RODENT. ACT
                20-14      DAA  FOR  SOLID WASTE
                DURING PAST  2  YRS  ACTIVE RESEARCH GRANTEE DEVELOPED VERY
                SOPHISTICATED  LAB  PROCEDURE FOR THERMAL DECOMPOSITION
                OF HAZARDOUS WASTES.   THERMAL DECOMPOSITION CHARACTERISTICS
                AND DESTRUCTION  REQUIREMENTS DETERMINED FOR KEPONE,  MTREX,
                ENDRIN, PCB  AND  PBB.   ENGINEERING REPORT RECEIVED
                PROJECT ON LINE  DESIGN REPORT SUBMITTED BY GRANTEE ENTITLED
                "DESIGN FOR  A  THERMAL  DECOMPOSITION ANALYTECAL SYSTEM
                REPORT IN  PUBLICATION  CYCLE PRESENTLY.
                RECN-OO0939            SSIE-GMA   3944  3      EPA -R805117-01
                LABN-C618A-7042        PE  -C73
                ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
               OBJECTIVE: THE PRIME OBJECTIVE  OF THIS STUDY IS TO DETERMINE THE THERMAL DESTRUCTION CHARACTERISTICS
                OF A WIDE ASSORTMENT  OF PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIALS. APPROACH: THE
                OBJECTIVE WILL  BE  ACCOMPLISHED USING A SPECIALLY DESIGNED LABORATORY TEST SYSTEM CAPABLE OF
                DETERMINING DESTRUCTION-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 DATA;  WILL OPERATE IN EITHER THE FLAME OR NONFLAME
                THERMAL DESTRUCTION MODE:  AND  WILL INCORPORATE A DEDICATED GC-MS FOR ANALYSIS OF EVOLVED PRODUCTS.
                 ORD -RC10B30-5080
                 UPDATED-  O6-28-8O

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA"  PROTECTION AGENCY
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       RUN DATE: 07/O9/8O                  ' 0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT-                               PAGE-     47

'PROJECT:  OO6119-METABOLISM  OF  CARBAMATE INSECTICIDES

                   TASK  =H615  -9489OO '*EPA=R8O5143     *' (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  06/77 - 05/82 :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.   MD JACKSON                 EPA/HERL - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2755
  INVESTIGATOR.:    UNKNOWN                 UNIV OF KENTUCKY                     LEXINGTON                  KE  4O5O6
  MILESTONES.... 09/79  -PREGNANCY  VS.  CARBAMATE ESTER STUDIES
                 12/79  -FATE OF  NITROSOCAREARYL IN THE GUINEA PIG STOMACH
                 12/79  -CARBAMATE  TOXICITY  VS.  IN VIVO HYDROLYSIS
  PROGRAM  ID...   (PE-615 )            HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
  MANDATE	: 20-34     DAA  FOR PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-006119           SSIE-HZ  799489        EPA -R805143          ORD -RH10B3O-2O79
                 LABN-H615 -948900     PE   -615
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - 06-28-80    UPDATED-  06-23-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	: TO DEFINE THE  METABOLIC FATE OF CARBAMATE INSECTICIDES IN ANIMALS AND PLANTS AND TO EVALUATE  THE
                  SIGNIFICANCE  OF CARBAMATE  METABOLITES IN ANIMALS.  CARBAMATE INSECTICIDES ARE OFTEN SAID  TO  UNDERGO
                  N-CONJUGATION  WITH SUGARS,  BUT CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE FOR THIS TYPE OF METABOLISM IS LACKING.
                  TYPICALLY, RESEARCHERS SUGGEST N-CONJUGATE FORMATION WHEN ACID AND/OR ENZYME HYDROLYSIS  FAIL  TO
                  YIELD THE ANTICIPATED  AGLYCONE.  RECOVERY OF THE PARENT CARBAMATE FOLLOWING ACID/ENZYME TREATMENT  OF
                  UNKNOWN POLAR  METABOLITES  IS  FURTHER EVIDENCE THAT N-CONJUGATES ARE FORMED IN MAMMALIAN  SYSTEMS.  TO
                  AID IN DETERMINING THE ROLE OF N-CONJUGATION  IN CARBAMATE METABOLISM, WE HAVE TURNED TO
                  NONCARBAMATE  INSECTICIDES  FOR THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF  MODEL COMPOUNDS.  SOUND ANALYTICAL DATA  SUPORT THE
                  FORMATION OF  MEPROBAMATE-N-GLUCURONIDE AND AMOBARBITAL-N-GLUCOSIDE  IN MAMMALS. WE HAVE CHEMICALLY
                  SYNTHESIZED THE C-LABELED  DRUGS,  AND HAVE BIOSYNTHESIZED THE COMPOUNDS REPORTED TO BE THE
                  N-CONJUGATES.  AFTER  CONFIRMATION OF THEIR IDENTITY,  STUDIES WILL BE PERFORMED TO BETTER  DETERMINE
                  THOSE PARAMETERS BEST  SUITED  FOR EVALUATION OF N-CONJUGATION WITH THE CARBAMATE INSECTICIDES.  IN
                  VIVO  ESTER HYDROLYSIS  OF  CARBARYL-CARBONYL-14C WAS COMPARED IN PREGNANT AND NON-PREGNANT  RATS. NO
                  SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE WAS NOTED IN THE  ESTER CLEAVAGE OF CARBARYL  BETWEEN THE TWO GROUPS OR  IN THE
                  PATTERNS OF RADIOCARBON  EXCRETION IN THE URINE.

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  EPA   OFFICER.
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  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. .
  MANDATE	
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  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT....
                                         FTS 8-629-2755
                                         LEXINGTON
                                                                                    ORD -RH10B3O-1080
                                            UPDATED-  06-28-80
  TASK -=HC86  -948900  -*EPA=R805143     "  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  06/77 -  05/82     FY80
MD JACKSON                 EPA/HERL -  RTP
   DOROUGH                 UNIV OF  KENTUCKY                     LEXINGTON                 KE 4O506
O9/79 -PREGNANCY  VS.  CARBAMATE ESTER  STUDIES
12/79 -FATE OF NITROSOCARBARYL IN  THE  GUINEA PIG STOMACH
12/79 -CARBAMATE  TOXICITY  VS.  IN VIVO  HYDROLYSIS
(PE-C85  )           HEALTH EFFECTS -  PESTICIDES
10-06     FEDERAL  INSECTICIDE,  FUNGICIDE AND RODENTICIDE ACT
RECN-OO6346           SSIE-HZ  809489         EPA -R805143
PE  -C86
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-OR IGINAL         ENTERED -  06-28-80
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
TO DEFINE THE METABOLIC  FATE OF CARBAMATE  INSECTICIDES IN ANIMALS AND PLANTS AND TO EVALUATE THE
 SIGNIFICANCE OF  CARBAMATE METABOLITES IN  ANIMALS.  STUDIES WITH RADIO LABELED CARBARYL AND
 NITROSOCARBARYL  INDICATE  THAT  WHILE  BOTH  ARE RAPIDLY  DEGRADED IN THE STOMACH THAT THE CARBARYL  IS
 DEGRADED FASTER  THAN NITROSOCARBARYL.  GERBIL AND RAT  STUDIES INDICATE THAT CARBAMATE POISONING  IS
 NOT A FUNCTION OF HYDROLYSIS  RATES IN DIFFERENT SPECIES.  SINCE WE ESTABLISHED THAT NITROSOCARBARYL
 WAS FORMED IN THE STOMACH OF  GUINEA  PIGS  FED CARBARYL AND SODIUM NITRITE.  ATTEMPTS WERE MADE TO
 ASSESS THE STABILITY OF THE NITROSOCOMPOUND IN THE STOMACH.  STUDIES WITH NITROSOCARBAR1LNAPHTHrL11C
 AND NITROSOCARBARYL-N-METHYL-14C  REVEAL'ED THAT THE COMPOUND WAS RAPIDLY DEGRADED IN THE STOMACH,
 BUT THE RADIOCARBON REMAINING  AFTER  3O MIN.  WAS MUCH  GREATER THAN WITH CARBAR/L RADIOLABELED AT
 COMPARABLE POSITIONS ON THE MOLECULE.  LESS THAN 10% OF THE CARBARYL DOSE REMAINED, WHILE 50% OF  THE
 NITROSOCARBARv'L  EQUIVALENTS (PRIMARILY IN A WATER-SOLUBLE AND BOUND FORM)  WERE RECOVERED.
 RADIOCARBON LOST FROM THE STOMACH WAS LOCATED IN THE  ANIMAL CARCASS.  CONFIRMING THAT CARBARYL WAS
 REMOVED FROM THE STOMACH  TO A  MUCH GREATER EXTENT  THAN THE NITROSO DERIVATIVE. GERBILS ARE MUCH
 MORE EFFICIENT IN VIVO  HYDROLYZERS OF CARBAMATES THAN ARE RATS,  YET ACUTE  ORAL TOXICITY EVALUATIONS
 SUGGESTED THAT THERE WAS  LITTLE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO SPECIES INSOFAR AS TOXICITY WAS
 CONCERNED (REPORTED EARLIER).  RECENT  SUB-ACUTE STUDIES (DAILY ORAL DOSES FOR UP TO 7O DAYS) SHOW
 THAT THE GERBIL  IS INDEED MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO CARBARYL AND CRONETON THAN IS THE RAT.  WHILE
 CARBAMATE ESTER  HYDROLYSIS  IS  A DETOXIFICATION REACTION,  THE DATA CONTINUE TO DEMONSTRATE  THAT
 SPECIES SUSCEPTIBILITY  TO CARBAMATE  PO'ISONING IS NOT  A FUNCTION OF HYDROLYSIS RATES.

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'PROJECT- O05013-A  STUDY  OF  THE MECHANISM AND RATES OF VOLATILIZATION  OF  CONTAMINANTS
                 FROM  WATER  BODIES
                    TASK  =KC61  -OO02O6 *»EPA=R8O5150     **  (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   08/77 - 12/8O      FY8O
                 SW KARICKHOFF              EPA/ERL - ATHENS                      FTS- 8 -25O-3593
                 D  MACKAY                  UNIV OF TORONTO                       DEPT  OF  CHEM ENGIN
                 12/77  -PUBLICATION ON LIQUID-PHASE CONTROLLED VOLATILIZATION  RATES
                 12/78  -PUBLICATION ON METHOD OF MEASUREMENT OF HENRY'S LAW  CONSTANTS
                 09/80  -PRED.  EQUATIONS FOR VOLATILIZATION  OF ORG. POLL.  FROM  NATURAL  WATER
                 (PE-C61  )            DRINK WATER TREATMENT  & GROUND WATER  PROT
                 3O-99     CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
                 A  METHOD FOR  MEARSURING HENRYS LAW CONSTANTS (H) FOR  LESS
                 VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IS BEING TESTED THE RESULTS LOOK
                 PROMI-SING HOWEVER TWO ISSUES HAVE NOT BEEN RESOLVED FIRST
                 EOUATHE  EVAPORATION RATE IS INFLUENCED BY  AIR HUMIDITY BUT  THE
                 EXACT NATURE  OF  THIS EFFECT IS NOT CLEAR SECONDLY THERE  APPEARS  TO
                 BE SYNERGIOTIC INTERACTIONS IF POLLUTANT MIXTURES ARE USED
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES.
PROGRAM  ID. . .
MANDATE	:
CURR. RESULTS:
ORDIS CODES.

PROJ STATUS.

ABSTRACT . .
RECN-OC5013
LABN-K775-2OS
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                6060  1
                                                             EPA  -R805150
                                                                                   ORD -RK10B30-3080
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-  06-28-80
                                        SSIE-GMA
                                        PE  -C61
                                        INFO-UPDATED
                                        ACCESS-PUBLIC
                 THE OBJECTIVE  OF  THE PROJECT IS TO DEVELOP A DEEPER QUANTITATIVE  UNDERSTANDING OF THE PROCESSES BY
                  WHICH  SOME  ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS VOLATILIZE FROM WATER BODIES  TO  THE  ATMOSPHERE.  THE FINAL
                  RESULT  WILL BE  A PREDICTIVE EQUATION(S) FOR VOLATILIZATION FROM  NATURAL  WATERS.  ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO
                  DATE  INCLUDE:  (1)  METHOD DEVELOPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT OF HENRY'S  LAW CONSTANTS (H).  (2) MEASUREMENT
                  OF H  FOR  A  SERIES  OF HYDROPHOBIC POLLUTANTS. (3) DETERMINATION OF ELECTROLYTE EFFECTS  ON H.  (4)
                  DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECT OF WIND SPEED ON THE LIQUID PHASE MASS  TRANSFER  RATES FOR  HYDROPHOBIC
                  POLLUTANTS.

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*PROJECT:  002941-IN VIVO INCORPORATION OF  TOXIC ELEMENTS  INTO ANIMAL  TISSUES
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  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. . .
  FINAL  OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:


  ORDIS  CODES. . :

  PROd STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK =J622B-000002  **EPA=R805175-01   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  O8/77  -  08/79  :    FY79
W  BECKERT                 EPA/EMSL  -  LAS VEGAS
TF HOPKINS                 UNIV OF MARYLAND
O9/78 -DEVELOP AND DISTRIBUTE  REFERENCE SAMPLES  AND MATERIALS
07/79 -ANALYSES COMPLETED, MATERIAL  SHIPPED  TO  EMSL-LV
O2/8O -REPORT ON UPTAKE AND  ANALYTICAL RESULTS
(PE-622 )           TECHNICAL  SUPPORT  -INTERDISCIPLINARY
REPORT ON UPTAKE AND  ANALYTICAL  RESULTS
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
1O-O3     TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
ADMINISTRATION OF TOXICuf,'"  COMPLETED,  GOATS SACRIFICED
AND TISSUE OF INTEREST RECOVERED.  PROCESSING AND
ANALYSIS OF TISSUES IN PROGRESS.
RECN-OO2941           SSIE-GMA  5345  1       EPA  -R8O5175-O1
PE  -622
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE/APPROACH
                                                              702-798-2137
                                                              DEPT OF NAT SCI
                                           ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                 ORD  -RJ1OB30-1079
                                                                 UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                     INFO-UPDATED
                     ACCESS-PUBLIC
                   TO PREPARE ANIMAL TISSUE MATERIAL CONTAINING TOXIC ELEMENTS VIA  IN VIVO
INCORPORATION. THE ELEMENTAL COMPOUNDS TO BE STUDIED WILL BE ENCLOSED IN GELATINOUS CAPSULES  AND
ADMINISTERED ORALLY ON A DAILY BASIS. FINAL OUTPUT: REFERENCE MATERIALS CONTAINING  IN VIVO
INCORPORATED TOXIC ELEMENTS.

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"PROJECT- OO31 11-INTERACTIONS OF METAL IONS WITH ORGANIC LIGANDS  IN  NATURAL WATERS
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID...:
  FINAL OUTPUT.:

  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT  ..
                                                                FTS 8-250-3592
                                                                CHEM/ELEC ENG DEPTS
                                                                CHEM/ELEC ENG DEPTS
                                                                CHEM/ELEC ENG DEPTS
                                                                CHEM/ELEC ENG DEPTS
  TASK =KC34  -OOO214  **EPA=R805183     - - (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O4/77 - O4/8O     FV80
OS BROWN                   EPA/ERL - ATHENS
DF NATUSCH                 COLORADO STATE UNIV
RK SKOGERBOE               COLORADO STATE UNIV
JA OSTERYOUNG              COLORADO STATE UNIV
SA WILSON                  COLORADO STATE UNIV
1O/77 -PUBLICATION  ON RING-DISC ELECTRODE SYSTEM
O4/78 -PUBLICATION  ON  INORGANIC AND TOTAL MERCURY METHOD
05/80 -FINAL  REPORT ON  METAL COMPLEXATION CONSTANTS
(PE-C34  )           RENEWABLE  RESOURCES -WATER QUALITY
DATA SET OF STABILITY CONSTANTS FOR KEY METAL-ORGANIC
COMPLEXES AND MATHEMATICAL TREATMENT OF PARAMETERS.
3O-99     ELECTRO-ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
LABORATORY METHODS  DEVELOPMENT WAS COMPLETED.  A
MODIFIED FLORENCE AND BATLEY SEPARATION SCHEME WAS
THOROUGHLY TESTED AND APPLIED  TO  A SERIES OF WATER
SAMPLES FROM  VARIOUS SOURCES.
TWO MANUSCRIORS WERE PREPARED  COVERING PORTIONS OF THE
EXPERIMENTAL  WORK TO DATE  1.  "EVALUATION OF VOLTAMMETRIC
METHODS FOR DETERMINATION  OF METAL BINDING BY FULVIC ACID
BY S.A WILSON,T.C HUTH,  RE ARNDT,  R.K SKOGERBOE 2.REDUCTON
                      SSIE-GMA  4O11 3      EPA -R8O5183
                      PE  -C34
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE GENERAL OBJECTIVES  OF  THIS INVESTIGATION ARE TO DEVELOP METHODS FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION  OF  THE
 BINDING OF METALS  BY ORGANIC  LIGANDS COMMON IN NATURAL WATERS AND TO APPLY THESE METHODS  TO  THE
 DETERMINATION OF METAL  BINDING PARAMETERS.  SPECIFIC AIMS INCLUDE: 11) DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS FOR
 DIRECT SENSING OF  METAL SPECIES;  (2) ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF METAL-LIGAND COMPLEXES;  (3)
 MEASUREMENT  OF PERTINENT  METAL BINDING PARAMETERS FOR COMMON ORGANIC LIGANDS. THE APPROACH  INCLUDES
 DEVELOPMENT  OF ELECTROCHEMICAL,  SPECTROCHEMICAL.  CHROMATOGRAPHIC, AND CHEMICAL TREATMENT  PROCEDURES
 TO BE USED IN COMBINATION FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF METAL-ORGANIC SPECIES. AS THE PROCEDURES
 EVOLVE THEY  ARE BEING  USED  TO STUDY BOTH REAL AND SIMULATED NATURAL WATER SYSTEMS. FINAL  OUTPUTS
 WILL INCLUDE A DATA SET OF  STABILITY CONSTANTS FOR KEY METAL -ORGANIC COMPLEXES AMD A MATHEMATICAL
 TREATMENT RELATING THESE  PARAMETERS WHICH IS DESIGNED TO AID IN  EVALUATING THE RELATIVE  IMPORTANCE
 OF METAL-ORGANIC INTERACTIONS IN NATURAL WATERS.
RECN-OO3111
LABN-K617B-214
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                    ORD  -RK10B30-3O8O
UPDATED-  OG-28-8O

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"PROJECT: OO6347
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES.   :
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	
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  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
-NEW APPROACHES TO OUANTITATING THE PULMONARY EFFEC EFFECTS OF INHALED
 POLLUTANTS
   TASK =HCO2 -91410O ""EPA=R8O5134      "-  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 07/77 - 07/80  :   FY80
    MCDONNELL              EPA/HERL - RTP                       629-2601
    BROMBERG               UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA               CHAPEL HILL               NC  27514
 07/78 -INITIATE FORCED OSCILLATORY MEASUREMENTS.
 09/78 -CONDUCT PILOT EXPERIMENTS.
 01/80 -0-3 0-6 1-0 PPM O3 EXPOSURES.
 07/79 -0-3 EFFECTS ON INTEGRATED MUCOCILLIARY CLEARANCES.
 O1/SO -NUCLEOTIDE LEVELS & LOCATIONS IN NORMAL ANIMALS.
 07/80 -03-502 MECH. & MICROWAS. BED/MICROCILLIARY CLRNCE.
 07/80 -03 EFFECTS ON CYCLICNUCLOTIDES.
 07/80 -AIRWAY RECEPTOR STUDIES
 07/80 -AIRWAYS EPITHELIAL TRANSPORT STUDIES
 (PE-C02 )           HEALTH EFFECTS- CRITERIA POLLUTANTS  -AIR
 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
 RECN-O06347           SSIE-HZ 8O9141        EPA -R8O5184          ORD -RH10B30-1O80
 PE   -C02
 PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - O6-28-8O    UPDATED-  O6-2S-8O
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 TO  QUANTITATE THE EFFECTS OF INHALATION OF 01 PPM OZONE AND S02-03 MIXTURES ON  AIRWAY MECHANICS
  AIRWAY NEURAL RECEPTORS AND VENTILATORY CONTROL MUCOCILIARY TRANSPORT AND RELATED BIOCHEMICAL
  PHENOMENA AND ON PULMONARY MICROCIRULATION IN ANIMALS.
^PROJECT:  O01OO9-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF  FARM  FAMILIES  UTILIZING MUNICIPAL  SLUDGE
                   TASK =DC27 -1D0001  **EPA = S805189      •* +  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O7/77  -  O9/80      FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.   NE KOWAL                  EPA/HERL  - CINC
  INVESTIGATOR.:  VV HAMPARIAN              OHIO STATE UNIV
                 R  DORN                   OHIO STATE UNIV
  MILESTONES...:  1O/77 -PROJECT INITIATED
                 03/78 -FIRST LAND APPLICATION
                 06/80 -PROGRESS REPORT
  PROGRAM ID...:  (PE-C27 )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - WATER QUALITY
  MANDATE	   10-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT
  ORDIS  CODES.    RECN-O01OO9           SSIE-GMA  5384 2
                 LABN-D607A-003B       PE  -C27
  PROJ STATUS..:  ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT...     OBJECTIVE: HEALTH EFFECTS IN HUMANS  AND  ANIMALS  RESULTING  FROM  THE  APPLICATION OF  MUNICIPAL SEWAGE
                  SLUDGE TO FARMS IN OHIO WILL BE EVALUATED.  SUBJECTS COVERED  INCLUDE:  (1)  MONITORING OF PATHOGENS IN
                  STOOLS, SLUDGE, AND  SOIL. (2) MONITORING  FARM FAMILY HEALTH  STATUS AND  SEROLOGY.  (3) RELATING
                  SLUDGE VIRUS TO VIRAL INFECTIONS.  (4)  INVESTIGATING VIABILITY  OF SOIL PATHOGENS.  (5) MONITORING
                  HEALTH STATUS OF FARM ANIMALS. (6)  MONITOR  TRACE ELEMENT  ACCUMULATION OF  CATTLE.  (7) MEASURE
                  PARASITE SURVIVAL AND INFECTION RATE  OF CATTLE.  (8) MONITOR  ANIMALS  FOR TUBERCULOSIS AND SALMONELLA
                  INFECTION. 9. MONITOR CADMIUM CONTENT  IN  STOOLS  AND RELATS TO  CADMIUM INTAKE.
                                             EPA -S8O5189
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                FTS S-684-7477
                                                                COLL OF MED
                                                                COLL OF MED
                                                                   ORD -RD1OE30-108O
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-8O

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  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE ... .
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  ORDIS CODES .  .

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
DEMONSTRATION  PROGRAM TO SHOW LANDOWNERS AND MUNICIPALITIES ACCEPTABLE
SYSTEMS FOR APPLYING  SLUDGE  ON LAND
  TASK =CC36 -O1TC35  »*EPA = S8O5189-O1   * * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  OS/77 -  02/81  :    FY80
GK DOTSON                  EPA/MERL -  CINC                      FTS-8-684-7661
JK HILL                    FARM BUR DEV CORP                     COLUMBUS                  ,OH  43216
VV HAMPARIAN               OHIO STATE  UNIV                      COLL OF MED
CR DORN                    OHIO STATE  UNIV                      COLUMBUS                  OH  432 1C
(PE-C36 )           URBAN SYS  & TOXICS RESIDUAL MANAGE - WATER QUALITY
1O-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
1O-04     PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES ACT
10-05     RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
2O-12     DAA  FOR WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS
20-14     DAA  FOR SOLID WASTE
PRELIMINARY RESULTS INDICATE  EFFECTIVE FERTILIZATION OF CROPS
WITHOUT ADVERSE ENVIRONMMENTAL RESULTS INDICATE EFFECTIVE
FERTILIZATION  OF CROPS WITHOUT ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
OR ADVERSE EFFECT ON  HEALTH.OF PARTICIPATING FARM
FAMILIES OR THEIR DOMESTIC ANIMALS
RECN-OO0637            SSIE-GMA  3975  3      EPA -S805189-O1       ORD -RC1OB3O-5OSO
LABN-C611B-7061        PE  -C36
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   06-28-80
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE IS  TO DEMONSTRATE SAFE,  BENEFICIAL USE OF WASTEWATER SLUDGE AS A SOIL
 AMENDMENT ON  AGRICULTURAL LAND.  INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS TO PERMIT OBJECTIVE EVALUATIONS  AND
 DECISIONS BY  BOTH RURAL AND  URBAN RESIDENTS WILL BE DEMONSTRATED. THE EFFECT OF PROPER APPLICATION
 AND MANAGEMENT OF A  LAND APPLICATION  OF SLUDGE ON PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT WILL BE
 DETERMINED. APPROACH:  FOUR  COMMUNITIES IN OHIO THAT ALREADY DISPOSE OF SLUDGE BY SPREADING  IT ON
 FARM LAND WILL SUPPLY SLUDGE  FOR APPLICATION  TO 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 OF SOIL.  AND
 CONSUMPTION OF GROUND AND SURFACE WATER.  AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF LIVESTOCK AND PEOPLE WHO COME
 IN CONTACT WITH SLUDGES WILL  MEASURE  THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF SLUDGE SPREADING.

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•••PROJECT- OO1O35-ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS  - EFFECTS ON TUMOR GROWTH AND IMMUNITY
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ  STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK  =D6O7A-O1OBOO *«EPA=R805210-03  * * (GRANT)
  STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  O7/77 - 07/80     FY79
KL BLACKBURN              EPA/HERL - CINC                      513-684-74O6
LD KOLLER                  OREGON STATE UNIV                    SCH OF VET MED
NI KERKVLIET              OREGON STATE UNIV                    SCH OF VET MED
08/78 -COMPLETE  INFLUENCE OF CD ON TUMOR GROWTH
02/79 -COMPLETE  CD  CELLULAR CYTOTOXICITY STUDIES
O8/79 -COMPLETE  INFLUENCE OF AS ON TUMOR GROWTH
02/80 -COMPLETE  AS  CELLULAR CYTOTOXICITY STUDIES
07/80 -CD AND  AS  INFLUENCE ON A NON-VIRAL INDUCED TUMOR AND DEV.  OF IMMUNITY
(PE-607  )            HEALTH EFFECTS - WATER QUALITY
10-15     SAFE DRINKING  WATER  ACT
ARSENIC  APPEARED  TO CONFER PROTECTION AGAINST TUMOR
DEVELOPMENT.   HEXACHLOROBENZENE CONFERRED PROTECTIVE
EFFECT TOWARDS EMC  VIRAL CHALLENGE AND MCA-INDUCED
TUMOR GROWTH.  PURE PHENTACHLOROPHENOL CAUSED FEW
CHANGES  BUT  TECHNICAL  PENTACHLOROPHENOL RESULTED IN
SIGNIFICANT  ENHANCEMENT  OF MCA AND MCV INDUCED TUMOR
GROWTH.
                       SSIE-GMA  4543 2      EPA -R80521O-03       ORD -RD10E3O-1O79
                       PE  -607
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 80
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE PROPOSED STUDY  WILL  DETERMINE  THE EFFECTS ARSENIC AND CADMIUM HAVE ON THE IMMUNE RESPONSE  OF
 MICE TO A GROWING  TUMOR AND THE EFFECTS  OF  CONTAMINANT -INDUCED IMMUNE ALTERATION ON THE  INCIDENCE
 AND GROWTH  RATE  OF TUMORS IN  EXPOSED ANIMALS.  SEVERAL PARAMETERS OF IMMUNITY WILL BE ASSESSED AT
 VARIOUS TIMES AFTER TUMOR INOCULATION.  ASSAYS' WILL INCLUDE LYMPHOCYTE-MEDIATED CYTOTOXICITY
 SERUM-BLOCKING ACTIVITY.  LYMPHOKINE PRODUCTION,  AND LYMPHOCYTE BLASTOGENESIS.  IN ADDITION.
 CONTAMINANT-EXPOSED ANIMALS WILL  BE MONITORED FOR CHANGES IN IN  VIVO TUMOR GROWTH PARAMETERS
 (REGRESSION, PROGRESSION,  METASTASES FORMATION).  CADMIUM AND ARSENIC WILL BE ADMINISTERED  IN  THE
 DRINKING WATER FOR 15 WEEKS PRIOR TO TUMOR  INOCULATION AND IMMUNE TESTING. SUB-CLINICAL  DOSES OF
 THE CONTAMINANTS WILL BE  INCLUDED.  TWO TUMOR SYSTEMS.  A METH'/LCHOLANTHRENE - INDUCED AND A MOLONEY
 VIRUS-INDUCED SYSTEM, WILL BE UTILIZED TO COMPARE THE DIFFERENCES IN IMMUNE FUNCTION BETWEEN  A
 CHEMICALLY  INDUCED AND  A  VIRUS INDUCED TUMOR IN THE PRESENCE OF  CADMIUM AND ARSENIC.  A HIGHLY
 SIGNIFICANT DOSE DEPENDENT INHIBITION OF  GMSB-6 TUMOR GROWTH WAS OBSERVED IN CD EXPOSED  MICE.  THE
 EFFECT  OF CD  EXPOSURE ON CELL MEDIATED CYTOTOXICITY WAS NOT APPARENT.  INHIBITION OF CYTOTOXICITY BY
 CD WAS  NOT  FOUND.
RECN-001035
LABN-D607A-027
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  ABSTRACT ...  :
-FIELD INSTRUMENTATION FOR REAL-TIME MONITORING OF RESPIRABLE AND
 NON-RESPIRABLE DUST CONCENTRATION IN THE AIR
   TASK =G832B-EA-201 **EPA=R8O5222-O2S1•* (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   OS/11 - 06/80     FY79
 CW LEWIS                  EPA/tSRL - RTP                       FTS 8-629-3154
 H  PATASHNICK             DUDLEY OBSERVATORY                   LATHAM
 O9/78 -FIRST PROTOTYPE COMPLETED
 09/79 -IMPROVED PROTOTYPE COMPLETED
 06/80 -DELIVERY OF INSTRUMENTATION TO MEASURE AMBIENT AEROSOL MASS IN REAL
 (PE-832 )            TRANSPORTATION & FATE- ENERGY
 DELIVERY OF INSTRUMENTATION TO MEASURE AMBIENT
 AEROSOL MASS IN REAL TIME.
 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
 SATISFACTORY METHOD OF COLLECTING OF AEROSOL ON
 MICROBALANCE DEMONSTRATED.  A 5 LITER/MINUTE FLOW
 RATE  ACHIEVED.   SERIES OF AMBIENT MEASUREMENTS AT
 15 MINUTE  INTERVALS OBTAINED.
 RECN-002251           SSIE-GMA  3789 2      EPA -R805222-02S1     ORD -RG10E30-1079
                       PE  -832
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
                                                                                          NY 12110
LABN-G712B-BE-47
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
 OBJECTIVE:  TO DEVELOP AN INSTRUMENT FOR REAL-TIME MEASUREMENT OF AMBIENT AEROSOL MASS. APPROACH:  THE
  INSTRUMENT IS BASED ON A NEWLY DEVELOPED DEVICE --TAPERED ELEMENT OSCILLATING MICROBALANCE  --  WHICH
  IS SIMILAR TO CLASSICAL QUARTZ CRYSTAL MICROBALANCE BUT WITHOUT MANY OF THE LATTER'S PROBLEMS.

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  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	

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  ORDIS  CODES. . :

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  ABSTRACT  ....:
                                         FTS 8-684-7881
                                         ARTS & SCI/APPL SCI DEPT
                                         ARTS & SCI/APPL SCI DEPT
-CONTINUOUS TWIN SCREW ACID HYDROLYSIS  REACTOR  DEVELOPMENT  AND
 OPTIMIZATION FOR ONE-TON DAY WASTE CELLULOSE GLUCOSE  PILOT F>
   TASK =CC2J -C2T903 **EPA=R805239-Q3   *t  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 06/77  -  09/81  :    FY80
 Cd ROGERS                 EPA/MERL - CINC
 W  BRENNER                NEW YORK UNIV
 B  RUGG                   NEW YORK UNIV
 06/78 -COMPLETE DESIGN, INSTALLATION OF ONE-TON/DAY HYDROLYSIS  PLANT.
 12/78 -COMPLETE SHAKEDOWN OF PLANT
 O6/79 -COMPLETE OPTIMIZATION PILOT STUDIES
 07/79 -INITIATE FULL-SCALE DEMONSTRATION OF  100  TON/DAY  PLANT DESIGN
 O9/79 -COMPLETE DESIGN AND PLANS FOR PLANT
 10/79 -SITE FOR PLANT CONSTRUCTION SELECTED
 06/8O -PLANT CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED  (COMPONENT OF  AN  EXISTING FACILITY)
 09/80 -FULL-SCALE DEMONSTRATION INITIATED
 09/81 -FINAL REPORT
 (PE-C2J )           ENVIRN ASSES INPACT OF CONV  &  ADV  ENERGY SYSTEMS
 10-05     RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
 2O-14     DAA FOR SOLID WASTE
 DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF ONE-TON/DAY HYDORLYSIS  PLANT
 COMPLETE.   OPTIMIZATION OF THIS FACILITY IS ONGOING.
 RECN-00098O           SSIE-GMA  3947 3      EPA  -R805239-03        ORD  -RC10B30-5080
 LABN-C827B-C2T9O3     PE  -C2J
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN      UPDATED-   06-28-8O
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  ACID HYDROLYSIS OF WASTE CELLULOSE  IS POTENTIALLY VERY  ATTRACTIVE BECAUSE CHEAP GLUCOSE
  WOULD BE A MOST USEFUL INTERMEDIATE FOR CHEMICALS AND ENERGY PRODUCTION. TECHNICAL PROBLEMS SUCH. AS
  LOW  GLUCOSE YIELDS AND LONG REACTION TIMES HAVE PREVENTED LARGE SCALE USAGE.  THE  PURPOSE OF THIS
  STUDY,  THEN,  IS TO MAXIMIZE 3LUCOSE PRODUCTION  FROM CELLULOSIC WASTES USING A PROCESS OF SELECTED
  PRETREATMENT OF CELLULOSIC WASTES FOLLOWED BY RAPID.  HIGH TEMPERTURE  ACID  HVDROLVSIS. APPROACH: A
  3-YEAR  PROGRAM OF EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS IS  PROPOSED ON THE  ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENT 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 ENCOMPASSES: (1) THE
  IDENTIFICATION OF ALL PERTINENT ACID HYDROLYSIS EQUIPMENT; (2) PROCUREMENT  AND  INSTALLATION;  (3)
  OPTIMIZATION OF OPERATING CONDITIONS  INCLUDING  WASTE  CELLULOSE FEED PREPARATION AND GLUCOSE
  RECOVERY;  (4)  PRODUCT QUALITY ANALYSIS; AND (5) DETERMINATION OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT WITH MAXIMUM
  ENERGY CONSERVATION. INITIAL OPTIMIZATION WILL  BE CARRIED OUT WITH  WASTE NEWSPAPERS.  THE
  EXPERIMENTAL WORK WILL BE SUPPLEMENTED BY A DETAILED  ECONOMIC COST  ANALYSIS WITH  SUBSEQUENT
  PROJECTIONS FOR VARIOUS LARGER PRODUCTION SCALE-UPS.

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  ABSTRACT
TREATMENT COMPATIBILITY  OF  MUNICIPAL WASTES AND BIOLOGICALLY HAZARDOUS
INDUSTRIAL COMPOUNDS
  TASK =L610F-OO0053  ' »EPA=R8O5242     *-  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O7/77 - O1/80     FY79
TE SHORT                   EPA/ERL - ADA                        FTS 8-743-2234
DF KINCANNON               OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV                  SCH OF CIVIL ENG
O1/8O -FINAL REPORT WRITTEN
(PE-610  )           INDUSTRIAL PROC.  - WATER QUALITY
POSITIVE METHODS  FOR  MAKING REGULATORY DECISIONS
REGARDING COMPATIBILITY  AND/OR PRETREATMENT NEEDS.
10-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION' CONTROL  ACT
DRAFT REPORT BEING REVISED  BY  GRANTEE
RECN-005022            SSIE-GMA  6054        EPA -R805242          ORD -RL1OB3Q-1079
LABN-L61OF-17          PE   -610
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP  79
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS -PUEL1C
THE LIST OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS PRESENTLY IDENTIFIED AS POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS TO  EFFLUENT  QUALITY
 OF MUNICIPAL TREATMENT  PLANTS IS RATHER LONG AND WILL PROBABLY GET LONGER. IT  IS  THE OBJECTIVE  OF
 THIS RESEARCH TO DEVISE  AND TEST METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINING WHETHER VARIOUS LEVELS OF  SUCH
 COMPOUNDS ARE COMPATIBLE WITH OR INTERFERE WITH THE TREATMENT OF MUNICIPAL WASTES BY THE  ACTIVATED
 SLUDGE  PROCESS.  ANOTHER  OBJECTIVE IS TO SCREEN COMPOUNDS FOR POTENTIAL INTERFERENCE AND/OR
 COMPATIBILITY. FOR EACH  COMPOUND FULLY TESTED TWO LABORATORY SCALE CONTINUOUS FLOW  PILOT  PLANTS
 WILL BE FED SETTLED  MUNCIPAL  SEWAGE.  'AFTER ESTABLISHING IDENTICAL PERFORMANCE IN  EACH SYSTEM  ONE
 WILL SERVE AS A  CONTROL  WHILE THE OTHER WILL RECEIVE VARYING CONCENTRATIONS OF THE  TEST COMPOUND  IN
 ADDITION TO THE  SEWAGE  FEED.  MANY TYPES OF ANALYTICAL DETERMINATIONS WILL BE EMPLOYED TO  COMPARE
 BIOCHEMICAL PERFORMANCE  AND SLUDGE SETTLE -ABILITY OF EACH SYSTEM. BATCH STUDIES USING BOTH SLUDGES
 WILL BE RUN TO DETERMINE IF IDENTICAL CONCLUSIONS AS TO COMPATIBILITY CAN BE DRAWN  FROM BATCH AMD
 CONTINUOUS FLOW  PILOT PLANT STUDIES-  SUCH COMPARISONS MAY LEAD TO MORE EASILV FACILITATED  TESTING
 PROCEDURES. THE  RESULTS  OF THIS INVESTIGATION SHOULD PROVIDE POSITIVE METHODS FOR MAKING  REGULATORY
 DECISIONS REGARDING  COMPATIBILITY AND/OR  PRETREATMENT NEEDS.

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PROJECT- O04794-OVER-WATER MEASUREMENTS  OF  ATMOSPHERIC  PROCESSES
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ABSTRACT	•
  TASK =G603A-AA-123  **EPA = R805263-01S1 * * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O1/78 -  OS/81      FY79
CF WALTERS                 EPA/ESRL  -  RTP                       919-541-2648
P  HOBBS                   UNIV OF WASHINGTON                   ZOOL DEPT
O7/79 -COMPLETE  FIELD STUDY
04/8O -INTERIM REPORT
08/81 -REPORT ON  IN-CLOUD  STUDIES OF  SOX TRANSFORMATIONS
08/81 -ORD REPORT DESCRIBING  SULFUR AND  NITROGEN COMPOUND CONVERSIONS AS FUNCTIONS OF
(PE-6O3 )           TRANS. AND FATE -AIR
REPORT DESCRIBING SULFUR AND  NITROGEN  COMPOUND
CONVERSIONS AS FUNCTIONS OF HUMIDITY  AND SUNLIGHT
1O-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
MEASUREMENTS TO BE PERFORMED  SUMMER,
RECN-OO4794
PE  -603
PROJECT-HISTORICAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                       SSIE-GMA   5802
                                      1979.
                                      1
                                             EPA  -R8O5263-01S1
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                   ORD -RG1OB3O-1079
                      UPDATED-  JAN-MAR BO
                       INFO-UPDATED
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OBJECTIVE: TO MEASURE  TRANSFORMATIONS  OF  S02  TO  SULFATE  AND  NO/N02  TO NITRIC ACID UNDER RELATIVELY
 HIGH HUMIDITY, LOW SUNLIGHT  INTENSITY LEVELS. APPROACH:  THE ISOLATED EMISSIONS FROM GREAT BRITAIN
 WILL BE SAMPLED SEQUENTIALLY  AS  AIR MOVES  ACROSS  THE  NORTH  SEA  TOWARD THE  SCANDINAVIAN PENINSULA TO
 MEASURE CONVERSION AND DEPOSITION RATES. COOPERATION  WITH BRITISH  AND NORWEGIAN SCIENTISTS IS
 REQUIRED.

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^PROJECT:  OO5O36-MOVEMENT AND  FATE  OF  VIRUSES AND ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN GROUND WATER
                 DURING THE  LAND  TREATMENT  OF WASTE WATER
                   TASK =L824C-OOO010  **EPA=R805292     ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O7/77 -  07/8O :    FY79
                 JF MCNABB                  EPA/ERL - ADA                        FTS 8-743-221O
                                            BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE           HOUSTON
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES. . .
                                                                                          TX 7703O
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE ....
                                                                             -DRINKING WATER
  CURR.  RESULTS:




  ORDIS  CODES. .  :

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT. ...   :
CP GERBA
07/78 -REPORT PRELIMINARY  FINDINGS
07/79 -REPORT PRELIMINARY  FINDINGS
07/80 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-824 )           DRINK  WATER  TREAT  &  GROUND  WATER PROT
10-15     SAFE DRINKING  WATER  ACT
10-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
10-O1     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
NITROGEN DRIVE. SUBMERSIBLE  PUMP BUILT FOR SAMPLING
OF DEEP GROUND WATERS.   ORGANIC  POLLUTANTS HAVE  BEEN IDENTIFIED
AND QUANTIFIED IN GROUND WATER AT 4  LAND APPLICATION SITES.
VIRAL POLLUTANTS HAVE BEEN ISOLATED  FROM GROUND  WATER
BENEATH TWO LAND APPLICATION SITES
RECN-005036           SSIE-GMA   6028        EPA  -R805292
                      LABN-L610C-19          PE   -824
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT  IS TO INVESTIGATE THE  MOVEMENT  OF VIRAL PATHOGENS AND ORGANIC POLLUTANTS
 FROM WASTEWATER 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 GROUND WATER  ASSOCIATED WITH SOIL TREATMENT  FACILITIES.  SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES INCLUDE:
 (1) THE IDENTIFICATION  AND  QUANTIFICATION OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS  IN GROUND WATER UNDERLYING SELECTED
 LAND APPLICATION SITES: (2) DETERMINATION OF THE  EXTENT  OF  SLOW  CHROMATOGRAPHIC MOVEMENT OF ORGANIC
 POLLUTANTS AND VIRUSES  THROUGH  SOIL INTO  GROUND WATER 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  SOILS;  (4) DETERMINATION OF  THE  SURVIVAL OF VIRUSES IN SOIL
 UNDER A VARIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: AND  (5) EVALUATION  OF THE  USE OF ENTEROVIRUS-LIKE
 BACTERIOPHAGES AS INDICATORS  OF ANIMAL  VIRUS BEHAVIOR IN GROUND  WATER.
               LABN-L61OB-10
               ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                  ORD -RL10B30-1079
UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79

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* PROJECT: OO4955-REACTION OF ACTIVATED CARBON  WITH  AQUEOUS  CHLORINE  AND OTHER
                 DISINFECTION AGENTS
                   TASK =C824A-S1TO56 **EPA=R8O5293-O2   **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 07/77  - 07/8O  :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES. . . :
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
    EPA/MERL - CINC
    UNIV OF ILLINOIS
    UNIV OF ILLINOIS
    UNIV OF ILLINOIS
    UNIV OF ILLINOIS
FTS 8-684-7228
SCH OF ENG/CIV ENG DEPT
SCH OF ENG/CIV ENG DEPT
SCH OF ENG/CIV ENG DEPT
SCH OF ENG/CIV ENG DEPT
                                                                             -DRINKING WATER
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT	
AA STEVENS
VL SNOEYINK
WH PIRKLE
JJ MCCREARY
W  MCHIE
O6/78  -INTERIM  REPORT
O6/79  -INTERIM  REPORT
09/80  -FINAL REPORT  PUBLISHED
(PE-824  )            DRINK  WATER  TREAT  8,  GROUND  WATER  PROT
10-15     SAFE  DRINKING WATER  ACT
PRODUCTS OF REACTIONS OF CHLORINE  WITH ACTIVATED  CARBON
AND WITH ORGANICS ADSORBED ON  GRANULAR ACTIVATED  CARBON
NOT BEING FOUND TO REPRESENT THREAT  TO FINISHED
DRINKING WATER  QUALITY UNDER NORMAL  CONDITIONS.
RECN-004955           SSIE-GMA   6034        EPA -R805293-02        ORD  -RC1OB30-1079
PE  -824
PROJECT-HISTORICAL    INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN      UPDATED-   JUL-SEP  79
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
ACTIVATED CARBON IS  A STRONG REDUCING  AGENT  AND WHEN  IT  IS USED  IN TREATMENT OF  WATER SUPPLIES IT
 READILY REACTS WITH THE PREDISINFECTANT CHLORINE. DURING THE  FIRST YEAR OF  THE  STUDY.  JULY  20.
 1977-JULY 19,   1978. IT WAS SHOWN  THAT MANY  CHLORINATED  ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS ARE  FORMED WHEN CHLORINE
 REACTS WITH ACTIVATED CARBON, BOTH  CARBON WHICH  HAS  NO  PREADSORBED ORGANICS AND CARBON WHICH HAS
 HAD MATERIALS ADSORBED ONTO ITS SURFACE. THE PROPOSED RESEARCH  WILL SHOW THE  QUANTITIES OF
 CHLORINATED ORGANICS AND THE  SPECIES  WHICH  ARE FORMED UNDER VARIOUS CHLORINATION CONDITIONS.  COLUMN
 AND BATCH REACTORS  WILL BE USED,  AND  CHLORINE  CONCENTRATIONS  AND  THE  CARBON DOSES WILL BE SELECTED
 TO SIMULATE THOSE OF IMPORTANCE IN  POTABLE  WATER TREATMENT. IN  PARTICULAR,  EMPHASIS WILL BE PLACED
 UPON THOSE COMPOUNDS WHICH CAN  BE DETERMINED BY  THE  PURGE AND TRAP ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE, THOSE
 WHICH CAN BE EXTRACTED FROM WATER' AND ANALYZED BY CAPILLARY COLUMN-GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY.  AND  THOSE
 HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT MATERIALS WHICH ARE NOT  CHROMATOGRAPHABLE WITHOUT CHANGING THEIR
 CHARACTERISTICS. IN CONJUNCTION WITH  THE WORK  ON CHLORINE. SIMILAR STUDIES  ARE  ANTICIPATED  USING
 CHLORINE DIOXIDE AND OZONE. RESULTS TO DATE: PRODUCTS OF REACTIONS OF CHLORINE  WITH ACTIVATED
 CARBON AND WITH ORGANICS ADSORBED ON  GRANULAR  ACTIVATED CARBON DURING WATER TREATMENT  ARE NOT BEING
 FOUND TO REPRESENT  A THREAT TO  FINISHED DRINKING WATER  QUALITY UNDER CONDITIONS  OF  NORMAL PROCESS
 USE .

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•PROJECT: OOH87-A STUDY OF CANCER  AND  THE PUBLIC DRINKING  WATER  SUPPLIES  IN MISSOURI
                             *
                   TASK =DC6O  -1COOO2 *»EPA=R8O5297-O3   *»  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  06/77 -  08/82  :    FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.' LJ MCCABE                 EPA/HERL  - CINC                      513-684-7211
  INVESTIGATOR.: CJ MARIENFELD             UNIV OF MISSOURI                     SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
  MILESTONES...: O7/78  -CANCER  RATES BY WATER SUPPLY SERVICE  AREA
                 07/79  -BIOASSAY RESULTS ON  SELECTED WATER  SUPPLIES
                 OS/82  -FINAL REPORT
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-C60 )           HEALTH  EFFECTS   -  DRINKING WATER
  MANDATE	: 20-13     DAA  FOR  DRINKING  WATER
  CURR.  RESULTS: SOME INTERESTING RELATIONSHIPS OBSERVED  IN CANCER
                 DEATH  RATE IN  MISSOURI AND  WATER SUPPLY  CHARACTERISTICS.
                 SUPPLIES CLASSIFIED AS TO IMPACT OF COAL MINING  AND
                 BURNING.  IF MORE  CONSISTENT RELATIONS ARE DEVELOPED
                 MORE CHEMISTRY  AND BIOASSAY  WOULD SEEM WARRANTED.
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-OO1187            SSIE-GMA 4367 3      EPA  -R8O5297-O3       ORD -RD10E30-2080
                 LABN-D823B-O31B        PE  -C60
  PROJ STATUS.-: ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN    UPDATED-  O6-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	  OBJECTIVE: TO  DETERMINE IF  DRINKING WATER  CONTAMINANTS  ARE CONTRIBUTING CAUSES FOR OBSERVED
                  VARIATIONS  IN CANCER  RATES  AMONG COUNTIES AND WATER SERVICE  AREAS IN MISSOURI. APPROACH:  CANCER
                  MORTALITY RATES ARE COMPUTED  FOR,  AND COMPARED  AMONG,  GEOGRAPHIC AREAS DEFINED BY OCCURRENCE OF
                  DRINKING WATER CONTAMINANTS,  WATER TREATMENT  PRACTICES.  ETC.



'PROJECT: 005039-POTENTIAL IMPACT OF ACIDIFIED  PRECIPITATION  ON ELEMENT  CYCLING AND
                 PRODUCTION IN  SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN  DECIDUOUS  FORESTS
                   TASK =M602  -000002 *-EPA = R805305-01   * *  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE  :  05/78 -  O4/79  :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.  D  WEBER                  EPA/ERL  - CORVALLIS                  5O3-757-4629
  INVESTIGATOR. : B  HAINES                 UNIV OF GEORGIA                      GRADUATE SCH
  MILESTONES...' 04/79  -FINAL  REPORT
  PROGRAM ID..  . (PE-602 )           ECOL. PROC- AND EFFECTS  -AIR
  FINAL OUTPUT   REPORT TO HELP SET NATL SECONDARY AIR  QUAL STAND
  MANDATE	: 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
  ORDIS CODES-.: RECN-OO5O39            SSIE-GMA 6074         EPA  -R805305-01       ORD -RM1OB3O-1O79
                 LABN-M6O2A-O25        PE  -602
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-COMPLETED      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	: THE OBJECTIVES OF  THIS PROJECT ARE  TO  DETERMINE  THE EFFECTS OF SIMULATED ACID RAIN ON NUTRIENT
                  CYCLING AND  THE PRODUCTIVITY  OF SELECTED DECIDUOUS FOREST SPECIES. EXPERIMENTAL WORK INVOLVING THE
                  EFFECTS OF SIMULATED ACIDIC RAIN ON ROOTS.  LEAVES AND  SOILS  FORM THE BASIS FOR THE MODELING EFFORT.
                  SIX SPECIES OF TREES ARE INVOLVED.

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  ABSTRACT	
IDENTIFICATION  AND  PREVALENCE  OF  YERSINIA IN WASHINGTON STATE  WATER
SUPPLIES
  TASK =DC6O  -7JOOO1  **EPA=R805313     ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  06/77 -  06/80     FY80
TH ERICKSEN                EPA/HERL -  CINC                      FTS 8-684-7223
TF WETZLER                 UNIV OF  WASHINGTON                   SCHOOL OF  PUBLIC HLTH
O6/78 -ANNUAL REPORT
06/79 -ANNUAL REPORT
O6/80 -FINAL REPORT
O6/8O -DETERMINATION  OF  OCCURRENCE OF  YERSINIA  IN  WATER SUPPLIES  AND  RELATIONSHIP TO I
(PE-C60 )           HEALTH EFFECTS  -  DRINKING  WATER
DETERMINATION OF OCCURENCE OF  YERSINIA IN RAW AND
TREATED WATER SUPPLIES  AND . RELATIONSHIP TO INDICATOR
ORGANISMS.
1O-15     SAFE  DRINKING  WATER  ACT
20-13     DAA FOR DRINKING WATER
BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES,  BIOCHEMICAL PROFILES AND
SEROLOGIC TYPING COMPLETED ON  154  YERSINIA ISOLATES.
ANTISERA FOR 25 EURPOEAN STRAINS PREPARED.   ANTISERA
FOR UNTYPABLE STRAINS IN PROGRESS.  VIRULENCE TESTING
WITH "SUCKLIN"  MICE AND  GERcILS STANDARDIZED.
RECN-OO1132           SSIE-GMA  4351 3      EPA -R805313
LABN-D823A-013        PE  -C60
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE  PREVALENCE OF YERSINIA  ENTEROCOLITICA  AND INDICATOR  ORGANISMS IN NON-TREATED.
 FILTERED AND CHLORINATED  WATER SUPPLIES  IN  WASHINGTON STATE.  IDENTIFY THE  ISOLATES AND DETERMINE
 THEIR VIRULENCE. PRODUCE  ANTISERA TO  NON-TYPABLE  STRAINS  ISOLATED. ESTABLISH LEVELS OF YERSINIOSIS
 IN WASHINGTON  STATE  AND ATTEMPT TO ESTABLISH THE  SOURCE OF  THE ETIOLOGIC AGENT.  APPROACH:  EXAMINE
 WATER SAMPLES  FROM 5O  SELECTED WATER  SYSTEMS.  INDICATORS OF THE  SANITARY QUALITY OF THE WATER ARE
 ALSO DETERMINED. ALL YERSINIA  ISOLATES WILL BE IDENTIFIED  BIOCHEMICALLY  AND  SEROLOGICALLY.  ANTISERA
 DEVELOPED FOR  UNTYPABLE STRAINS WILL  BE  DEVELOPED.  VIRULENCE  TESTING OF  YERSINIA ISOLATED  INCLUDES
 THE  "SUCKLING" MOUSE TEST AND  GERBIL  YERSINIOSIS  WILL BE CORRELATED  TO POTENTIAL WATER-OR
 FOOD-BORNE TRANSMISSION.
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-PROJECT- OO6351-POLLUTANTS. AERO-ALLERGENS,  AND  RESPIRATORY DISEASES.
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FTS 8-629-2242
TUCSON
   ORD -RH10B30-1080
   UPDATED-  06-28-8O
  TASK =HC03  -9316OO  '->EPA = R8053 1 8      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  OS/77  --  09/81      FY8O
CG HAYES                   EPA/HERL  - RTP
   LEBOWITZ                UNIV OF ARIZONA                       TUCSON                    AZ 85721
10/81 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-C03  I           HEALTH EFFECTS/  NON-CRIT  POLL  -AIR
1O-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
RECN-006351           SSIE-HZ  809316        EPA  -R805318
PE  -COS
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED  - O6-28-SO
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE INFLUENCE OF CERTAIN MACRO- AND MICRO-ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS  ON  THE  DEVELOPMENT  OF  AIRWAYS
 OBSTRUCTIVE  DISEASES WILL BE  ASSESSED. THESE FACTORS FREQUENTLY HAVE BEEN  HYPOTHESIZED AND SHOWN TO
 BE IMPORTANT IN THESE DISEASES.  THEY  INCLUDE AIR  POLLUTANTS  (INCLUDING DUST),  AERO-ALLERGENS
 (POLLENS, MOLDS. FUNGI, ALGAE) AND CLIMATE.  APPROXIMATELY  125  FAMILIES IN  GEOGRAPHICALLY DEFINED
 CLUSTERS WILL BE MONITORED DAILY BY THE USE  OF  DAILY DIARIES AND MINI-WRIGHT  PEAK  FLOW METERS.
 SAMPLES OF THESE FAMILIES IN  EACH CLUSTER WILL  HAVE 3 DAYS OF  MICRO-AIR POLLUTANT.  METEOROLOGICAL.
 AND AERO-ALLERGEN MONITORING.  INDOORS  AND OUTDOORS. POLLUTANTS  TO  BE MONITORED INCLUDE N02.  03.  CO.
 RESPIRABLE AND TOTAL SUSPENDED PARTICULATE.  MACRO-MONITORING OF THOSE  POLLUTANTS AND  OF
 AERO-ALLERGENS, AS WELL AS METEOROLOGICAL VARIABLES, WILL OCCUR WITHIN THESE  CLUSTERS.  HUMAN AND
 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING WILL BE PERFORMED FOR  A  PERIOD OF TWO  YEARS.  APPROXIMATELY 24 MONTHS OF
 MACRO-ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING HAS OCCURRED  AND APPROXIMATELY  18 MONTHS OF  MICRO-MONITORING  HAS
 OCCURRED, INCLUDING HUMAN STUDIES. PRESENT PLANS  CALL FOR THE  HUMAN  STUDIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL
 MONITORING TO PROCEED FOR APPROXIMATELY 10 MORE MONTHS. DURING  THIS  TIME,  THE  FAMILIES WILL
 CONTINUE TO  BE STUDIED TO DETERMINE AIRWAY REACTIVITY, USING A  BRONCHIAL CHALLENGE. OTHER
 PHYSIOLOGICAL TESTS PERFORMED  IN THE  LARATORY WILL  PROVIDE FURTHER BACKGROUND  INFORMATION ON THESE
 SUBJECTS.

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FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Form Approved
OMB No. 158-R0081
PROJECT NO/Do not use thia space)
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TITLE OF PROJECT
  Monitoring Insect Populations in Utah Alfalfa Fields  to Modify Control Practices
GIVE NAMES. DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
 Donald W.  Davis, Professor of Entomology
 .Department of Biology  UMC 53
 Utah State University
 Logan, Utah  84322
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
 Utah State University
 Logan,  Utah  84322
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK-(l) Objectives, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plan* and/or Progress (300 words or /«»«. Omit confidential data),
  In the Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of wortc In progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup -
  porting research and are forwarded to inveatigatora who request such information. Your aummary is to be used for these purposes.
  Objective 1.  Take information from alfalfa insect  research and apply  it at  the farm
  operational level.  Approach for 1.  Data have been accumulated from years of  alfalfa
  insect research  in Utah.   Included are: weevil biology,  biological control,  chemical
  control,  economic injury  levels, and modeling data.   This project consolidates this
  material into  a  trial  pest management program to integrate the above information.
  Objective 2.   Demonstrate to alfalfa growers of  the intermountain region the value
  of  basing pest control on conditions in individual  fields, rather than applying
  pesticides routinely.   Approach for 2.  This -involves close cooperation with exten-
  sion personnel in publicizing results to growers.   Progress during 1977 and  1978;
  1.   Sampling and prediction methods were effective  on forage alfalfa.   Verifications
  of  basic pest  management  procedures were successful.   2.  Harvesting date  adjustments
  in  relation to the alfalfa weevil development were  effective in control.   Problems,
  such as weather  or very large acreages, may be  limiting under some conditions, but
  the technique  was valid.   3.  Many growers switched from an automatic  spraying program
  to  practices based on  actual or predicted pest  conditions.  About 60-80% of  the fields
  were sprayed during  1965-1970, with only 10% sprayed in 1978.  4.  A clearer concept
  of  seasonal and  geographic patterns of alfalfa  insects has been developed.  Some
  areas routinely  have more pest problems.  5.  We employed 8 different  students who
  indicated plans  to enter  pest management as a profession.  This project was  a  valuable
  part of the education  program.

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 ABSTRACT	
-EVALUATION OF THE DIONEX ION-EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPH  FOR NATURAL WATER
 SAMPLE ANALYSIS
   TASK =A622B-OO0004 **EPA=R805329-01  **  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 08/77  - UNK       FY79
 MF GALES                  EPA/EMSL - CINC                      513-684-7307
 A  SCHLUETER              CENTRAL STATE UNIV                   SCH OF ARTS &  SCI
 01/78 -DETERMINE THE STABILITY OF RETENTIONS TIMES
 O4/78 -QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF CONCENTRATIONS
 08/78 -DETERMINE THE SENSITIVITY OF  THE INSTRUMENT
 (PE-622 )            TECHNICAL SUPPORT -INTERDISCIPLINARY
 10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
 2O-13     DAA FOR DRINKING WATER
 STUDIED STABILITY OF RETENTION TIMES FOR SPECIFIC IONS.
 ALSO  STUDIED QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF NINE ELEMENTS.
 STUDIED SOME PROBLEMS OF INSTRUMENT.
 EVALUATED  EFFECT OF PH AND TIME ON PRESERVATION
 OF CHROMIUM.
 RECN-0001O4           SSIE-GMA  4331  2      EPA -R805329-01       ORD -RA10B30-5079
 PE   -622
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP  79
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  THE PRINCIPAL OBJECTIVE OF'*THIS RESEARCH IS TO EVALUATE THE ANALYTICAL CAPABILITY  OF  THE
  DIONEX ION EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPH.  THIS INSTRUMENT HAS THE POTENTIAL FOR DETERMINING
  SIMULTANEOUSLY, IN A SINGLE STEP, THE CONCENTRATIONS OF MANY IONS THAT WOULD OTHERWISE REQUIRE
  HOURS OF  LABORATORY WORK. APPROACH:  WORK  IN THIS PROJECT WILL INITIALLY CONCENTRATE ON USING THE
  DIONEX INSTRUMENT TO SEPARATE AND DETECT  THE ANIONS TYPICALLY FOUND IN NATURAL WATER. AS WORK ON
  ANION ANALYSIS PROGRESSES, STUDIES OF ALKALI AND ALKALI-EARTH METAL WILL BEGIN.

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•PROJECT: OO663O-DEVELOPMENT  OF  AN IN VITRO NEUROTOXICITY ASSAY
                                                                                 FT5 8-629-2655
                                                                                 ANN ARBOR
                                                                                                            MI a 81C9
                                                                                    ORD  -RH1OE30-1O8O
                                                                                    UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                  TASK = HC86 -94810O  **EPA=R805339      * -  (GRANT)
                  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   O7/77  - O7/8O      FY8O
EPA  OFFICER.:  RL  BARON                  EPA/HERL  - RTP
INVESTIGATOR.      RICHARDSON             UNIV OF MICHIGAN
MILESTONES.   :  12/78  -DEVELOP NEUROTOX1C ESTERASE  ASSAY
                06/78  -ISOLATE NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE  FRACTION
                12/78  -IMMOBILIZE NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE
                06/80  -CHARACTERIZE NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE
                06/80  -DEFINE PHYSIOLOGICAL FRACTION OF ESTERASE
                06/79  -EVALUATE NTE FROM OTHER THAN NERVOUS TISSUES
                07/80  -COMPARE RAT AND HEN NTE
                07/80  -KINETIC STUDIES ON NTE
                07/80  -FINAL REPORT
PROGRAM ID..    (PE-C86  )            HEALTH EFFECTS  - PESTICIDES
MANDATE	:  10-06      FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE AND RODENTICIDE  ACT
ORDIS CODES.    RECN-OO663O           SSIE-HZ 8O9481        EPA  -R805339
                PE   -C86
PROJ STATUS.    PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - O6-28-80
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
ABSTRACT...   :  EVALUATE PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLE OF NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE ISOLATE  &  PURIFf  NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE DEFINE
                DELAYED MODE OF ACTION OF NEUROTOXIC ORGANOPHOS.PHATES WORK IS  PROGRESSING ON SOLUBILIZATI ON AND
                PURIFICATION OF NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE (NTE), STABILITY STUDIES OF  NTE UNDER VARIOUS STORAGE
                CONDITIONS AND STUDIES OF NTE FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN HEN  OR CHICK  BRA IN-ESPECI ALLV LYMPHOCYTE NTE.
                SOLUBILIZATION OF CHICK BRAIN NTE HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT WITH  A  VARIETY  OF  DETERGENTS. THE MOST
                STABLE  PREPARATION TO BE SOLUBLE ENZYME PREPARED FROM CHICK  BRAIN MICROSOMES WITH TRITON X-1OO IN
                DISTILLED WATER (NO BUFFER OR SALTS PRESENT). THIS SOLUBLE PREPARATION.  OR ITS LYOPHILYZED FORM.
                RETAINED  FULL ACTIVITY AFTER STORAGE FOR  12 WEEKS AT -10 DEGREES C.  IMOBILIZED FORMS OF NTE HAVE SO
                FAR PROVED TO BE LESS STABLE THAN NATIVE, SOLUBILIZED OR LYOPHILYZED FORMS.  IN ORDER TO EVENTUALLY
                DEVELOP AN AUTOMATED PROCEDURE FOR RAPID SCREENING OF COMPOUNDS. THE BEST APPROACH IS TO USE A
                STABLE  IMMOBILIZED FORM OF THE PURE ENZYME. EFFORTS TO PURIFY  THE ENZYME  WILL CONTINUE AS WILL
                IMMOBILIZATION ATTEMPTS. A PRELIMINARY SPECIES COMPARISON/PHYLOGENETIC  STUDY OF  BRAIN NTE HAS BEEN
                PERFORMED USING INHIBITION TITRATION CURVES ON BRAIN HOMOGENATES FROM  SHARK,  NEWT, CHICK, HEN. RAT
                AND SHEEP  OTHER PARAMETERS OF CHARACTERIZATION ARE BEING  EXAMINED.  SUCH  AS  HEAT INACTIVATION AND
                ENERGY  OF ACTIVATION. THERE APPEARS TO BE A REAL DIFFERENCE  IN HEAT STABILITY BETWEEN RAT AND HEN
                NTE.  ALSO, IT APPEARS THAT NTE IS PRESENT IN SMALL AMOUNTS IN  THE NEWT.  BUT  ABSENT IN THE SHARK.
                SHEEP BRAIN CERTAINLY HAS ACTIVITY AND PROMISES TO BE A  SOURCE FOR  LARGERSCALE SOLUBILIZATION AND
                PURIFICATION.  NTE IN LYMPHOCYTES CONTINUES TO LOOK PROMISING FOR BIOMONITOR  DEVELOPMENT AND
                INTERESTING FROM A MECHANISTIC STANDPOINT. THE FINDING OF  NTE  IN FORMED  ELEMENTS OF THE BLOOD NOW
                EXTENDS TO PLATELETS AS WELL AS LYMPHOCYTES.  OTHER LEUKOCYTE TYPES  HAVE  YET  TO BE CHARACTERIZED
                WITH  RESPECT TO NTE CONTENT.  WE DO KNOW THAT NTE IS ABSENT FROM  RED CELLS AND PLASMA.  WORK HAS JUST
                BEGUN ON  IMMOBILIZING LYMPHOCYTES ON POLYLYSINE-COATED POLYACRYLAMIDE BEADS.  AND SHORT-TERM CELL
                CULTURE.  A VARIETY OF APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF NTE IS  LEADING  TO  INFORMATION ABOUT THE ENZYME
                THAT  SHOULD BE USEFUL IN ATTAINING THE PRACTICAL GOAL OF DEVELOPING A BETTER IN  VITRO ASSAY FOR
                NEUROTOXICITY

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                                                             EPA  -R805339
                                                             ENTERED  - O6-28-80
                                                                                   ORD  -RH10B30-2079
                                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                 TASK  =H615  -9481OO **EPA=R805339     ** (GRANT)
                 STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  O7/77 -  O7/80 :    FY79
EPA  OFFICER.: RL BARON                   EPA/HERL - RTP
INVESTIGATOR.:    UNKNOWN                 UNIV OF MICHIGAN
MILESTONES...: 12/78 -DEVELOP NEUROTOXIC  ESTERASE ASSAY
               O6/78 -ISOLATE NEUROTOXIC  ESTERASE FRACTION
               12/78 -IMMOBILIZE  NEUROTOXIC  ESTERASE
               06/80 -CHARACTERIZE  NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE
               06/80 -DEFINE PHYSIOLOGICAL FRACTION OF ESTERASE
               06/79 -EVALUATE NTE  FROM OTHER THAN NERVOUS TISSUES
               O7/80 -COMPARE RAT AND HEN NTE
               07/80 -KINETIC STUDIES ON  NTE
               07/80 -FINAL  REPORT
PROGRAM ID..J: (PE-615 )            HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
MANDATE	  2O-30     AA  FOR TOXIC SUBSTANCES
ORDIS CODES..  RECN-OO6307            SSIE-HZ  799481
               LABN-H615 -948100      PE   -615
PROd STATUS..: PROJECT-ACT IVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
ABSTRACT	  EVALUATE PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLE OF NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE  ISOLATE  &  PURIFY  NEUROTOXIC ESTERASE DEFINE
                DELAYED MODE OF ACTION OF NEUROTOXIC  ORGANOPHOSPHATES  NEUROTOXIC  ESTERASE  (NTE)  ACTIVITY HAS BEEN
                DEMONSTRATED IN HUMAN LYMPHOCYTES AND PLATELETS BY  DIFFERENTIAL TITRATION  OF  PHENYL VALERATE
                ESTERASE ACTIVITY.  VALUES RELATIVE TO HEN BRAIN AND HEN LYMPHOCYTE  WERE, RESPECTIVELY 74 AND 154
                PERCENT FOR  LYMPHOCYTES AND 57  AND 120 PERCENT  FOR  PLATELETS.  SOLUBILIZATION  STUDIES OF NTE FOR
                IMMOBILIZATION CONTINUE TO BE SUCCESSFUL.  IN  SUMMARY NTE  IS  A  LIPID-QEPENDENT.  INTEGRAL MEMBRANE
                PROTEIN,  SODIUM CHOLATE SOLUBILIZED NTE  CAN BE  INCORPORATED  INTO  LIPID  MICELLES  BY  INCLUDING
                ASOLECTIN (A MIXTURE  OF SOYBEAN PHOSPHOLIPIDS)  IN THE  SOLUBILIZATION  PROCESS,  THE  DETERGENT
                (CHOLATE) CAN BE REMOVED  BY SEPHADEX  G-25,  WITHOUT  LOSS OF ENZYME ACTIVITY. A SEARCH FOR OTHER
                SUBSTRATES AND INHIBITORS OF  NTE  IS BEING CARRIED OUT  TO DEVELOP  DATA ON THE  GENERAL ENZYMOLOGY OF
                NTE. TO IMPROVE THE SENSITIVITY  AND SELECTIVITY OF  THE  ASSAY,  TO  INVESTIGATE  A CHROMOPHORIC OR
                FLUOROPHORIC SUBSTRATE TO ALLOW DIRECT OUANTITATION, TO PROTECT THE ACTIVE SITE  DURING
                IMMOBILIZATION PROCEDURES. PRELIMINARY RESULTS  HAVE SHOWN  THAT NTE  LACKS ACTIVITY  TOWARD
                GLYCOSIDES.  CYCLOHEXANE.  VALEROPHENONE,  F-PHENYL2-HEXANONE METHYL CYCLOHEXANE  ETHYLBENZENE INHIBIT
                NTE ACTIVITY. METHYL  VALERATE AND 2-HEXANONE  CAUSED A  1O PERCENT  INHIBITION WHILE  INHIBITION BY
                BENZENE,  TOLUENE. AND N-HEXANE  FELL BETWEEN THESE TWO  EXTREMES. STABILITY  STUDIES  OF VARIOUS
                PREPARATIONS OF NTE HAVE  SHOWN  THAT SOLUBLE NTE PREPARED WITHOUT  BUFFER LOST  LITTLE OR NO ACTIVITY
                AFTER  FREEZING AND  STORAGE AT -1O DEGREES C FOR 7 DAYS.  A  SIMILAR PREPARATION MADE  WITH O.O5 M TRIS
                BUFFER. PH 8.O, AND THEN  FROZEN.  LOST 61  PERCENT ACTIVITY  OVER 7  DAYS.  UNBUFFERED  SOLUBLE NTE COULD
                BE  LYOPHILIZED WITH NO LOSS OF  ACTIVITY.

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                                                                               BATON ROUGE
                                                                               BATON ROUGE
                                                                               BATON ROUGE
'PROJECT: OOOO39-TOTAL ORGANIC  CHLORINE  (TOCL)  ANALYSIS - INSTRUMENTATION FOR DIRECT
                 DETERMINATION  IN  WATER  WITHOUT PRECONCENTRATION
                   TASK =A614 -OOOO39  - *EPA = R8O5340-O2  **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  06/76 - 03/80 .    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: dd LICHTENBERG            EPA/EMSL -  CINC
  INVESTIGATOR.- JG MONTALVO                GULF SOUTH  RESEARCH  INST
                 L  TRUXILLO                GULF SOUTH  RESEARCH  INST
                 R  WAWRO                   GULF SOUTH  RESEARCH  INST
  MILESTONES...: 11/79 -REPORT  OF  FABRICATION OF INSTRUMENTS
                 03/8O -PROVIDE A  METHOD FOR  ANALYZING TOTAL ORGANIC CHLORINE IN DRINKING WATER
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-614  )           PUBLIC  SECTOR ACTIVITIES-  WATER SUPPLY
  FINAL OUTPUT.: CALIFORNIA UNIV.  RIVERSIDE.  DEPT SOIL AND  ENV.  SCI.
                 PROCEEDINGS OF NATL.  CONF.  ON  MGNT. OF NITROGEN IN
                 IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE.  HELD  IN SACRAMENTO  CA.  MAY 15-18.78
                 PB-284 692/IBE NSF/RA-78O115 TOPICS PRESENTED  INCLUDED
                 NITROGEN ROLE  IN  AGRIC.  PRODUCTION ITS RELATION TO
                 WATER QUALITY  . CROP  UTILIZATION.  ECONOMIC IMPACTS.
                 AND CASE STUDIES.
  MANDATE....
CURR. RESULTS:
ORDIS CODES..

PROd STATUS..:

ABSTRACT	:
10-99     DRINKING WATER RE'31 _
20-13     DAA FOR DRINKING Wi"P
PROTOTYPE FLASH EVAPORATORS STUDIED.
RECN-OOOO39           SSIE-GMA  5O85
PE  -614
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
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                                                                                          LA 708O8
                                                                                          LA 708O8
                                                                                          LA 708O8
                                                       1
                                                              EPA -R80534O-02
                                                              ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RA1OB3O-5O79
                                                                                    UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                                        INFO-UPDATED
                                        ACCESS-PUBLIC
                 OBdECTIVE: TO DEVELOP  INSTRUMENTATION AND A RELIABLE AUTOMATIC TECHNIQUE TO MONITOR WATER SAMPLES
                  AND PROCESS STREAMS FOR  PPB  LEVELS  OF TOTAL ORGANIC CHLORINE.  APPROACH: A FLASH EVAPORATOR IS BEING
                  DEVELOPED WHICH  WILL  SEPARATE  THE ORGANOHALIDES FROM THE  COVALENTLY BONDED HALOGEN.  THE ORGANIC
                  HALIDES WILL THEN  BE  CONVERTED TO FREE HALOGEN IN A CATALYTIC COMBUSTION FURNACE AND THE FREE
                  HALOGEN WILL THEN  BE  MONITORED BY FLUOROMETRY.  RESULTS TO DATE:  PROTOTYPE FLASH EVAPORATORS HAVE
                  BEEN STUDIED.

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  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:

  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS  CODES..:

  PROJ  STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT...  .
  TASK =G603A-AD-O39  * >EPA=R8O5342-02S 1 * * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  06/77  -  08/80 :    FY79
WA LONMEMAN                EPA/ESRL  -  RTP
E  ROBINSON                WASHINGTON  STATE  UNIV
(PE-603  )           TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
2O-20     AA FOR AIR  AND  WASTE MANAGEMENT
VELOCITY DEPOSITION VD  FOR OZONE  AND  S02  DETERMINED.
THIS YEAR FORESTED TREE SURFACES  WILL  BE   INVESTIGATED.
RECN-001854           SSIE-GMA 3872  2      EPA -R805342-02S1
LABN-G6O3A-AF-OO5     PE   -6O3
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: VERTICAL PROFILE  MEASUREMENTS  FOR NATURAL HYDROCARBONS,  OZONE,  AND OTHER POLLUTANTS WILL
 BE MADE TO DETERMINE FLUX VALUES FOR  THESE COMPOUNDS.  THE  FLUX VALUES FOR NATURAL HYDROCARBONS WILL
 BE USED TO DETERMINE EMISSION RATES  OF THESE  COMPOUNDS FROM NATURAL FORESTED VEGETATION. THE FLUX
 VALUES FROM OZONE AND  THE OTHER  POLLUTANTS WILL BE  USED TO DETERMINE VELOCITY DEPOSITION (OR
 REMOVAL) RATES. THIS STUDY  WILL  BE CONDUCTED  IN COOPERATION WITH THE 1979 NORTHEAST REGIONAL OZONE
 STUDY. APPROACH: A VERTICAL SAMPLING  TOWER WILL BE  SITUATED IN A SELECTED FORESTED AREA OF THE
 NORTHEAST. MEASUREMENTS  OF  VERTICAL  PROFILES  FOR  THE  NATURAL  HYDROCARBONS,  OZONE,  AND OTHER
 POLLUTANTS WILL BE MADE  USING MODERN  GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC,  AND CHEMILUMINESCENT TECHNIQUES-  FROM
 THESE VERTICAL PROFILE MEASUREMENTS  OF POLLUTANT, TEMPERATURE,  WINDSPEED  AND DEWPOINT,  VERTICAL
 FLUXES OF THE POLLUTANTS WILL BE DETERMINED.
FTS 8-629-2829
DEPT OF CIVIL 8 ENV ENGIN
   CRD -RG10B30-5079
   UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79

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'PROJECT:  OOO8O9-INVESTIGATION OF  A FLUID BED CARBON REGENERATION SYSTEM  AT  MANCHESTER.
                 NEW HAMPSHIRE
                   TASK  =CC61  -O1TO45 -•EPA=R8053~1-O1  *• (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  10/77 - O4/S2  :   FY80
                 E  LYKINS                  EPA/MERL - CINC                       513-684-746O
                 R  BEAURIVAGE             MANCHESTER WATER WORKS                MANCHESTER
                 D  PARIS                   MANCHESTER WATER WORKS                MANCHESTER
                 0  KITTREOGE               MANCHESTER WATER WORKS                MANCHESTER
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
                                                                                                          NH 03103
                                                                                                          NH 03103
                                                                                                          NH O3103
  PROGRAM ID. .
  MANDATE..
  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS  CODES.  :

  PROJ STATUS.  :

  ABSTRACT
                (PE-C61  )            DRINK WATER TREATMENT &  GROUND  WATER  PROT
                1O-O9      REORGANIZATION PLAN = 3
                1O-03      TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
                1O-05      RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY  ACT
                10-02      CLEAN AIR ACT
                FLUIDIZES  BED REACTIVATION FURNACE WASACCEPTEDIN  JAN.  8O
                TEST  FILTER (GAC) WAS PLACED ON LINE FEB..80
                                      SSIE-GMA  4029 3
                                      PE  -C61
                                      INFO-UPDATED
                                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
EPA -R805371-01
                      ORD -RC10E30-1080
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-  06-28-80
RECN-000809
LABN-C614A-7149
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVES  OF  THIS  PROJECT WILL BE TO EVALUATE BOTH THE COST AND  PERFORMANCE OF A
 CARBON REGENERATION  SYSTEM UTILIZING FLUID BED PRINCIPLES. THE COST AND CAPABILITIES  OF  A
 SEMIAUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR  CARBON HANDLING.  AND THE ADSORPTIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF VIRGIN  CARBON AND
 REGENERATED CARBON FOR  REMOVAL  OF CHLORINATED ORGANIC SUBSTANCES FROM DRINKING  WATER.  APPROACH  THE
 GENERAL APPROACH WILL BE  TO  UTILIZE  ONE  OF THE FOUR CARBON FILTERS AT THE TREATMENT PLANT AS A TEST
 FILTER. TO  FILL ONE-HALF  OF  THE FILTER WITH VIRGIN CARBON, THE REMAINING HALF WITH ONCE - REGENERATED
 CARBON. AND THEN TO  COMPARE  THE RATE OF  TRIHALOMETHANE REMOVAL BETWEEN THE FILTERS OVER  A REPEATED
 NUMBER OF REGENERATION  CYCLES.  THE CARBON WILL BE REGENERATED ON A NEAR CONTINUOUS BASIS  OVER A
 TWO-YEAR MONITORING  AND EVALUATION PERIOD BEGINNING IN JANUARY. 1980. INVESTIGATIVE WORK  IS TO BE
 CARRIED OUT BY THE WATER  SUPPLY STAFF OF THE MANCHESTER WATER WORKS WORKING IN  CONJUNCTION WITH THE
 WATER SUPPLY RESEARCH STAFF  OF  EPA.

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^PROJECT: 003595-
                 MONITORING PLANT COMMUNITY CHANGES DUE TO FOSSIL FUEL POWER PLANTS IN
                 EASTERN  MONTANA
                   TASK =M831  -OOOO05 **EPA=R805391-03  * * (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  07/77 - 07/80 :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER..  EM  PRESTON                EPA/ERL - CORVALLIS                  FTS 8-420-4636
  INVESTIGATOR.  JE  TAYLOR                  MONTANA STATE UNIV                   DEPT OF ANIMAL & RANGE SCI
  MILESTONES...  O7/8O  -FINAL  REPORT
  PROGRAM ID...' (PE-831  )            EFFECTS OF ENERGY REL POLLUTANTS
  FINAL OUTPUT.  REPORT TO  DEV.  CAPACITY TO PREDICT ECOL.  IMPACT OF
                 COAL-FIRED PLANT EMISSIONS BEFORE DAMAGE.
  MANDATE	: 10-99      ENERGY REORG.  ACT
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-003595           SSIE-GMA  4242 2      EPA -R805391-03       ORD -RM10B30-1O79
                 LABN-M625A-023         PE  -831
  PROJ STATUS..  ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT.  .. : OBJECTIVE:  TO CONTINUE TO MONITOR AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS UPON NATIVE GRASSLANDS VEGETATION IN AREAS
                  AFFECTED  BY  FOSSIL FUEL POWER PLANTS AND ON AREAS ARTIFICIALLY STRESSED WITH AIR POLLUTION; SUPPLY
                  BASELINE  INVENTORY INFORMATION,  INCLUDING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND ITS INTERPRETATION. TO A VARIETY
                  OF SCIENTISTS,  LAND USERS,  AND MANAGERS IN SOUTHEASTERN MONTANA; AND PROVIDE RIGOROUS DATA FOR
                  SIMULATION MODELS  WHICH CAN BE USED TO PREDICT BIOENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES DUE TO FOSSIL FUEL POWER
                  GENERATION IN  OTHER AREAS.  FINAL OUTPUT:  REPORT THAT HELPS DEVELOP THE CAPACITY TO PREDICT THE
                  ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT  EMISSIONS BEFORE DAMAGE OCCURS.
^PROJECT:  004956-CHEMICAL CONTROL  OF  WATER  QUALITY  IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. . .
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                                                                FTS 8-684-7236
                                                                ENV ENG DEPT
 ORDIS  CODES..

 PROJ  STATUS..

 ABSTRACT
  TASK =CC61  -S1T059  *+EPA=R80540O     ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O9/77  -  10/79 :    FY80
MC GARDELS                 EPA/MERL -  CINC
JE SINGLEY                 STATE  UNIV  S^YS OF FLORIDA
10/78 -INTERIM REPORT
10/79 -INTERIM REPORT
O1/81 -FINAL  REPORT-  PARAMETERS FOR  EVAL.  AND INDICES
(-PE-C61 )           DRINK  WATER  TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
ANNUAL REPORT SUBMITTED GIVING RESULTS  OF LAB
CORROSION STUDIES,  PIPE LOOP DATA,  AND  COMPUTER
CALCULATIONS  OF STABILITY  EQUATIONS.   FIELD
STUDIES HAVE  BEGUN.
                      SSIE-GMA  6O4O  1       EPA -R8O54OO
                      PE   -C61
                      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVES: TO DEVELOP  APPROPRIATE CHEMICAL CONTROL MEASURES TO PREVENT CORROSION OF DISTRIBUTION
 SYSTEMS AND  HOUSEHOLD  PIPING  BY POTABLE WATER, AND TO PREVENT THE DEGRADATION IN THE QUALITY OF THE
 WATER ITSELF. APPROACH: TO DETERMINE  THE EFFECT OF WATER DUALITY PARAMETERS,  SUCH AS PH,  EH, DO AND
 IONIC COMPOSITION. ON  PRECIPITATION  OF CACO3  AND ON THE CORROSION RATE OF VARIOUS METALS.
RECN-OO4956
ORD -RC10B3O-108O
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                    LABN-C824A-S1TO59
UPDATED-  O6-28-8O

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•PROJECT: O03317-DETERMINATJON OF KINETICS OF PHOSPHORUS MINERALIZATION  IN  SOILS  UNDER
                 OXIDIZING CONDITIONS
                    TASK  =L822C-000026 '*EPA=R805403-O1  ** (GRANT)
                    STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  O7/77 - O7/8O     FY79
                 CG  ENFIELD                EI-A/ERL - ADA
                                            KANSAS STATE UNIV
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES. . .
PROGRAM ID.
ORDIS CODES.

PROJ STATUS.

ABSTRACT  . . .
R  ELLIS
O7/80 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-822  )
RECN-003317
LABN-LS22C-026
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                FTS 8-743-2334
                                                                DEPT OF AGRONOMY
                                                                                     ORD  -RL1OB3O-4079
                                                                                    UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
                    CONTROL  TECH &  POINT SOURCE- WATER QUALITY
                       SSIE-GMA   3852  2       EPA -R8054O3-O1
                       PE   -822
                       INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE THE  KINETICS OF  PHOSPHORUS MINERALIZATION IN SOILS UNDER OXIDIZING CONDITIONS
 AND TO RELATE THESE FINDINGS TO THE  MOVEMENT OF PHOSPHORUS IN SOILS. THE REGENERATIVE CAPACITY  OF
 SOILS TO FIX PHOSPHORUS  WILL BE STUDIED BY  DETERMINING THE INFLUENCE OF RATES OF APPLICATION  OF
 PHOSPHORUS AND  INTERVALS BETWEEN APPLICATION ON PHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS FORMED AND RATES OF
 TRANSFORMATION  OF COMPOUNDS  IN  SOILS.  APPROACH: 1.  DETERMINATION OF PHOSPHATE POTENTIALS AT TIME
 INTERVALS FOR SOILS TO WHICH DIFFERENT RATES OF PHOSPHORUS HAVE BEEN ADDED. PHOSPHATE POTENTIALS
 WILL BE USED TO  IDENTIFY THE PHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS FORMED AND CHANGED WITH TIME. 2. PHOSPHORUS WILL
 BE ADDED TO THE  SOILS AT DIFFERENT TIME INTERVALS TO DETERMINE THE BEST TIME INTERVAL TO KEEP THE
 AMOUNT OF SOLUBLE PHOSPHORUS IN THE  SOIL SOLUTION AT A MINIMUM TO MINIMIZE THE MOVEMENT OF
 PHOSPHORUS IN SOILS.  3.  SOURCES AND  SOLUBILITIES OF ALUMINUM. IRON, AND CALCIUM IN THE SOILS  WILL
 BE DETERMINED TO OBTAIN  DATA FOR THESE CATIONS WHICH ARE INVOLVED IN PRECIPITATING PHOSPHORUS IN
 SOILS.
                                                                                                       7 1
'PROJECT: 003455-EFFECT  OF  PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDANTS ON A MIXED CONIFEROUS FOREST ECOSYSTEM
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. . .
  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT
                  TASK =MC04 -000011 **EPA=R805410-03  ** '(GRANT)
                  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O7/77 - 01/81  :   FY8O
                RG WILHOUR                EPA/ERL - CORVALLIS
                OC TAYLOR                 UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
                O5/8O -FINAL REPORT
                (PE-C04 )
                RECN-003455
                PE  -C04
                ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                     ECOL.  PROC.  AND  EFFECTS
                       SSIE-GMA   4230 3       EPA  -R8O541Q-O3
                                             ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                503-757-4634
                                                                AIR POLL RES CTR
                                                                   ORD -RM1OB3O-4O80
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-8O
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: FIELD DATA  FROM  DIVERSE  ECOSYSTEMS  STRESS STUDIES CONDUCTED OVER SEVEN YEAR PERIOD WILL
 BE PROCESSED. SUB-MODELS WILL  BE DEVELOPED.  REFINED FOR DERIVING PREDICTIVE PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDANT
 STRESS WITH A) FOREST  MOISTURE FLOW.  B)  PONDEROSA  INJURY DEVELOPMENT. C) TREE STEAM DIAMETER GROWTH
 AND HEIGHT GROWTH. D)  PONOEROSA PINE  ROOT  DISEASE  SPREAD.  E)  EARK BEETLE POPULATION DYNAMICS AND
 FOREST STAND MORTALITY,  F)  CONIFER  STAND DEFOLIATION AND NEEDLE LITTERFALL. G) FOREST TREE NEEDLE
 LITTERFALL DECOMPOSITION,  H) CONE  AND SEED PRODUCTION RESPONSE. I) TREE SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT AND
 J) INTEGRATED STAND COMPOSITION AND TREE POPULATION DYNAMICS.  RESULTS WILL SUPPORT OXIDANT AIR
 QUALITY STANDARDS.

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  EPA  OFFICER.•
  INVESTIGATOR.•
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. .  . :
  MANDATE	:

  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES.  . :

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT . . .  . :
-PLANNING AND CONDUCTING THE IX INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF PLANT
-PROTECTION
   TASK =W771E-OOOO17 *"EPA=R805417-03  **  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  1O/77 - UNK    :   FY79
 KJ HOOD                   EPA/OEPER- DAA
 W  TWEEDY                 INTERNAT. CONGRESS OF PLANT.
 OO/OO -COMPLETION OF PROGRAM AND PUBLICATION OF PROCEEDINGS
 (PE-771 )           INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT
 1O-O6     FEDERAL INSECTICIDE.. FUNG. AND RODENT. ACT
 2O-34     DAA FOR PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
 SOME 9OO PAPERS HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED FOR THE
 CONGRESS WHICH TAKE PLACE AUGUST 13-17, 1979.
                       SSIE-GMA  4801 2      EPA -R805417-O3
                       PE  -771
                       INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
                                                                202-426-2317
                                                                GREENSBORO
                                                                                          NC 274O9
RECN-OO5267
LABN-X751-07
PROJECT-COMPLETED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD  -RW10B3O-5079
UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79
                 OBJECTIVE: TO PLAN AND  CONDUCT  THE  IX  INTERNATIONAL  CONGRESS  OF  PLANT  PROTECTION.
*PROJECT-  004725-WATER QUALITY AND BIOLOGICAL  EFFECTS  OF  URBAN  RUNOFF  ON  COYOTE  CREEK
                   TASK =CC35 -S2T023  * * EPA = R805418      *+  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  11/77  -  04/80  :    FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.:  DC AMMON                  EPA/MERL  - CINC
  INVESTIGATOR.:  J  SARTOR                 WOODWARD & CLYDE CNSLTS               SAN  FRANCISCO              CA 94111
  MILESTONES....  04/79 -INTERIM REPORT PUBLISHED
                 1O/8O -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
  PROGRAM ID...:  (PE-C35 )           WASTEWATER SYSTEMS  CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
  MANDATE	:  1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                 30-99     URBAN RUNOFF IMPACTS
  ORDIS  CODES...  RECN-OO4725           SSIE-GMA  6014 1       EPA  -R805418
                 LABN-C822A-S2T023     PE  -C35
  PROJ  STATUS..:  ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT...  .   THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY  IS TO QUANTIFY THE BIOLOGICAL  AND WATER  QUALITY CHANGES  OF  A SMALL
                  STREAM AS IT PASSES THROUGH THE SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA URBAN  AREA. THE  SELECTED  STREAM HAS NO
                  INDUSTRIAL OR MUNICIPAL POINT DISCHARGES AND THE  EXPECTED STREAM QUALITY  GRADIENT WILL BE A
                  FUNCTION ONLY OF NON-POINT  URBAN RUNOFF. DETAILED FIELD MEASUREMENTS  WILL BE PERIODICALLY CONDUCTED
                  OVER A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR BOTH UPSTREAM OF  THE  URBAN AREA AND  AT SELECTED LOCATIONS  WITHIN THE
                  URBAN AREA. ANOTHER TASK OF THE PROJECT IS  TO MEASURE THE STORMWATER  POLLUTANT  REMOVAL
                  EFFECTIVENESS AND WATER QUALITY CHANGES THAT OCCUR WITHIN AN IDEALIZED CATCHBASIN.  THIS PROJECT
                  WILL BE CONDUCTED IN CONJUNCTION WITH  A CURRENT EPA SPONSORED  DEMONSTRATION PROJECT  IN SAN JOSE
                  TITLED "DEMONSTRATION OF NON  POINT  POLLUTANT ABATEMENT THROUGH IMPROVED STREET  CLEANING PRACTICES"
                                                                FTS 8-340-6677
                                                                SAN FRANCISCO
                                                                   ORD -RC10B30-5080
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-80

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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
EJ EISENBRAUN
L  PAHLER
FTS 8-629-3064
ARTS & SCI/CHEM DEPT
ARTS 6 SCI/CHEM DEPT
  PROGRAM ID. . .
  MANDATE	
                                                       GRANT  8O3097,  EPA-6OO/2-78-OO6
                                                                            AIR
  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS  CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS. .  :

  ABSTRACT	:
  TASK =GCO7  -OOO42O  **EPA=R805419-O3   »f  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O5/74  -  O5/8O .    FV8O
JE MEEKER                  EPA/ESRL  - RTP
                           OKLAHOMA  STATE UNIV
                           OKLAHOMA  STATE UNIV
O5/75 -DELIVERY OF  FIRST  COMPOUNDS
O5/76 -DELIVERY OF  MORE COMPOUNDS
05/77 -DELIVERY OF  MORE COMPOUNDS
O1/78 -FINAL  REPORT,  5-1/74.  5-1-77,
05/78 -DELIVERY OF  MORE COMPOUNDS
05/79 -DELIVERY OF  MORE COMPOUNDS
O5/80 -DELIVERY OF  MORE COMPOUNDS
05/80 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-CO7  )           CHARAC.  8.  MEASUREMENT  METHODS  DEVEL
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
1O-03     TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL  ACT
SYNTHESIS AND/OR PURIFICATION  OF 27  COMPOUNDS
ACCOMPLISHED.
RECN-OO2196           SSIE-GMA 3770 3      EPA  -R805419-03
LABN-G712B-BB-005     PE   -C07
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE SYNTHESIS  AND/OR PURIFICATION OF  A  GROUP  OF POLYNUCLEAR  AROMATIC (PNA)  HYDROCARBONS
 COMMONLY FOUND AS  POLLUTANTS  IN THE ENVIRONMENT ARE DESCRIBED.  THESE HYDROCARBONS ARE TO BE
 SYNTHESIZED  AND PURIFIED IN 1O G.  QUANTITIES  WITH A PURITY  GOAL OF  99.97..  APPROACH: SYNTHESIS AND
 PURIFICATION IS CONSIDERED  A  CONTINUOUS PROCESS WHICH IS MOST  EFFICIENT  WHEN MORE THAN ONE
 HYDROCARBON  IS UNDER STUDY  AT THE  SAME TIME.  WE LIKE  TO KEEP  SOMETHING GOING AT EACH  PHASE SO THAT
 EQUIPMENT BOTTLENECKS  DO NOT  DEVELOP.  EXPLORATORY STUDIES ARE  CONDUCTED  TO DETERMINE  WHETHER A
 REACTION SEQUENCE  WILL PROVIDE THE  DESIRED HYDROCARBON  AND  TO  OBTAIN A SAMPLE FOR PURITY STUDIES.
 THIS INFORMATION  IS  REQUIRED  FOR ESTIMATION OF  THE  SYNTHESIS  SCALE  NEEDED  TO PRODUCE  ENOUGH
 HYDROCARBON  FOR PURIFICATION.
                                                                   ORD  -RG10B30-1080
                                                                  UPDATED-   06-28-80

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       RUN DATE: 07/09/8O                  *  0 R D I  S  DATA EXTRACT*

*PROJECT: OO2564-SKELETAL  VARIANTS  AS  TERATOGEN INDICATORS
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...:
  FINAL OUTPUT.:
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK =H615A-O07506  * ' EPA = R8O542O      * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  1O/77  - 09/80  .    FY78
N  CHERNOFF               EPA/HERL - RTP
S  BECK                   WHEATON COLLEGE
03/78 -TEST DECAMETHRINE FOR PROD. OF SKELETAL VARIANTS
O6/78 -TEST MANEB FOR PRODUCTION OF  SKELETAL VARIANTS
08/78 -INITIATE TESTS ON KNOWN TERATOGENS
(PE-615 )           HEALTH EFFECTS-  PESTICIDES
PUBLICATION IN OPEN LITERATURE.
3O-99     TERATOLOGY
OF 85 VARIENTS EXAMINED, 53 SHOW COMPOUND-INDUCED
VARIATION IN MANEB-TREATED ANIMALS
                                                                FTS  8-629-2781
                                                                SCH  OF  LIBERAL  ARTS
RECN-OO2564
LABN-H629A-8927
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                5166
                                             EPA  -R8O542O
                                                                  ORD  -RH1OB3O-3O78
                                             ENTERED
                                                       UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-
                                                                             OCT-DEC  77
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE  -615
                      INFO-ORIGINAL
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE OBJECTIVES ARE TO EVALUATE SKELETAL VARIANTS  INDEX OF FETOTOXICITY AND TO EVALUATE EFFECTS OF
 PESTICIDES ON FETAL SKELETON. THE FINAL OUTPUT WILL BE A PUBLICATION IN THE OPEN LITERATURE.
 ALTHOUGH DATA ANALYSIS IS NOT COMPLETE IT APPEARS THAT OF 85 VARIANTS EXAMINED, SOME 53 HAVE SHOWN
 COMPOUND-INDUCED VARIATION IN MANEB-TREATED ANIMALS.
*PROJECT-  OO5262-DEVELOPMENT OF PEST MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR SOIL  INSECTS ON CORN
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:

  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
                                                               2O2-42G-2317
                                                               DEPT. OF ENTOMOLOGY
  TASK =W771 -000012  **EPA=R805429-O3   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  1O/77  -  10/81      FY79
KJ HOOD                    EPA/OEPER- DAA
ML FAIRCHILD               UNIV OF MISSOURI
OO/OO -3 QUARTERLY REPORTS AND ANNUAL .REPORTS  EACH  YEAR
(PE-771 )           INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT
10-O6     FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNG. AND RODENT  ACT
20-34     DAA FOR PESTICIDE  PROGRAMS
DETECTION OF POPULATIONS HAS  IMPROVED  BUT  STILL
LACKS PRECISION. NEW  TRAPPING METHODS  USING  PHEROMONES
HAS BEEN HIGHLY EVALUATED. CORN ROOT AND PLANT
MODELS HAVE BEEN NEARLY COMPLETED. ECONOMIC
AND MANAGEMENT MODELS ARE  BEING STRUCTURED AND
ADJUSTED.
RECN-005262           SSIE-GMA  4799 2      EPA  -R805429-03
LABN-X617-O8          PE   -771
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE RESEARCH SEEKS TO IMPROVE ABILITY TO DETECT POTENTIALLY DAMAGING  POPULATIONS  OF  SOIL
 ARTHROPODS (CUTWORMS, CORN  ROOTWORM,  AND  WIREWORMS) TO REFINE  SOIL ARTHROPOD  POPULATION  ASSESSMENT
 TECHNIQUES. REFINE SOIL ARTHROPOD PLANT DAMAGE  THRESHOLDS;  IDENTIFY. EVALUATE.  AND OPTIMIZE  CONTROL
 ALTERNATIVES; UTILIZE MODELING TECHNIQUES TO  ASSESS CORN INSECT POPULATIONS,  AND TO DEVELOP  CONTROL
 STRATEGIES. APPROACH: THE WORK IS DONE BY A SIX STATE CONSORTIUM WHICH TREATS THE PROBLEMS
 THROUGHOUT THE MAJOR CORN GROWING STATES. THE WORK INCLUDES FIELD AND LABORATORY STUDY,  WITH THE
 AIM OF DEVELOPING MODELS  FOR USE IN DAY-TO-DAY  PEST MANAGEMENT DECISIONS.
                                                                                   ORD  -RW10B30-5079
                                                                  UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79

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'PROJECT: OO2831-BIOSYNTHESIS  OF  N-NITROSO COMPOUNDS FROM TRACE LEVEL PRECURSORS

                   TASK =J776D-OOOOO5  **EPA=R8O5431-02  ^» (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  1O/76 - 03/8O :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: JA SANTOLUCITO             EPA/EMSL - LAS VEGAS                 7O2-798-2205
  INVESTIGATOR.: SS EPSTEIN                 UNIV OF ILLINOIS                     MED CTR/ENV HLTH SCI
                 ZM IOBAL                   UNIV OF ILLINOIS                     MED CTR/ENV HLTH SCI
  MILESTONES...: O9/78  -REPORT ON ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR DETECTION OF  NITROSAMINES
                 09/79  -REPORT ON BIOSYNTHESIS  OF DIMETHYL NITROSAMINE IN THE MOUSE
                 12/79  -REPORT ON A  STRATEGY FOR CARCINOGEN PRECURSOR EXPOSURE MONITORING
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-776 )           PROGRAM ELEMENT 776
  FINAL OUTPUT.: ASSESSMENT OF RATES OF IN-VIVO BIOSYNTHESES OF
                 COMPOUNDS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL LEVELS OF PRECURSORS.
  MANDATE	: 30-99     EXPOSURE  MONITORING
  CURR. RESULTS: COMPILATION OF DATA ON IN VIVO NITROSATION.
                 IMPROVEMENTS COMPLETED ON NITROSAMINE ANALYTICAL METHOD.
                 ESTAESLISHED IN VIVO NITROSATION FROM N02 AT 25 PPM.
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-OO2831            SSIE-GMA  4082 2      EPA  -R805431-02       ORD -RJ10B3O-3079
                 LABN-J775D-O5          PE   -776
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-COMPLETED      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT.       OBJECTIVE/APPROACH: TO INVESTIGATE THE BIOSYNTHESIS  OF N-NITROSO COMPOUNDS (BOTH VOLATILE AND
                  NONVOLATILE) FROM  TRACE  LEVELS OF THEIR AMINE AND NITROSATING PRECURSORS USING THERMAL ENERGY
                  ANALYZER TECHNIQUES  WITH FROZEN ANIMAL PROCEDURES.  FINAL OUTPUT:  ASSESSMENT OF THE RATES OF IN-VIVO
                  BIOSYNTHESIS OF  N-NITROSO COMPOUNDS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL LEVELS OF  PRECURSORS:  CATALYTIC AND
                  INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT AGENTS ON THE NITROSAMINE BIOSYNTHESIS:  ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR
                  DETECTING LOW LEVELS OF  NITROSAMINES.

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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES. . .

  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE	
                                         FTS 8-25O-3175
                                         RIBER STUDIES LAB.
                                         CHEM ENG DEPT
  CURR.  RESULTS:


  ORDIS  CODES. . :

  PROJ STATUS.  :

  ABSTRACT	:
   TASK = KC28 -OOO445 **EPA=RSO5436      '>  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  10/77  - 03/80  :   FY80
 TO BARNWELL               EPA/ERL -  ATHENS
 DB BAKER                  HEIDELBERG COLLEGE
 FH VERHOFF                WEST VIRGINIA UNIV
 1O/78 -INTERIM REPORT ON DATA COLLECTION
 03/80 -FINAL REPORT ON DATA COLLECTION
 (PE-C28 )            TRANS. AND FATE  - WATER QUALITY
 10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
 2O-RO5    EPA REGION V
 DATA COLLECTION ENDED.   DATA FROM 4 OR  10 STATIONS
'RECEIVED AND PLACED IN STORET DATA BASE.  REMAINING DATA
 EXPECTED SHORTLY
 RECN-O03054           SSIE-GMA  3992 3      EPA -R8O5436
 LABN-K6O9A-445        PE  -C28
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNO
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 THE  OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY ARE TO INVESTIGATE THE TRANSPORT AND PROCESSING OF NUTRIENTS  AND
  SEDIMENTS AS THEY MOVE THROUGH THE DRAINAGE NETWORK OF A LARGE AGRICULTURAL RIVER BASIN.  THE  STUDY
  WILL UTILIZE A "NESTED" SET OF NINE STREAM GAGING/SAMPLING STATIONS IN THE SANDUSKY RIVER BASIN  IN
  OHIO.  DETAILED HYDROGRAPHS, SEDIMENT GRAPHS AND CHEMOGRAPHS WILL BE OBTAINED FOR ALL STORM  EVENTS
  DURING THE STUDY PERIOD.  MASS BALANCE COMPUTATIONS WILL BE MADE FOR WATER, SEDIMENT AND NUTRIENTS
  AS  THEY MOVE THROUGH THE NETWORK. THE WAVE FRONT MOVEMENT OF THE HYDROGRAPH WILL BE USED  TO
  SEPARATE  SEDIMENT FROM SHEET EROSION FROM RESUSPENDED SEDIMENT. NUTRIENT MASS BALANCES WILL BE USED
  TO  STUDY  PROCESSING AND DELIVERY RATIOS ALONG THE RIVER. DELIVERY OF PHOSPHORUS FROM INLAND POINT
  SOURCES TO LAKE ERIE WILL ALSO BE STUDIED AS WELL AS THE EXTENT OF ANNUAL VARIABILITY IN NUTRIENT
  AND SEDIMENT YIELDS FROM AGRICULTURAL WATERSHEDS. INDIVIDUAL WATERSHED YIELD WILL BE CORRELATED
  WITH DETAILED LAND USE/LAND CAPABILITY DATA.
                                            ORD -RK10E3O-5080
                                            UPDATED-  06-28-80

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'PROJECT: 003335-AN  EVALUATION OF FILTER FEEDING FISHES FOR  REMOVING  EXCESSIVE  NUTRIENTS
                  AND ALGAE  FROM WASTEWATER
                   TASK  =LC35 -OO0048 **EPA=R805453-O1  " (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  11/77  - 04/8O     FY80
                  WR  DUFFER                  EPA/ERL - ADA                         FTS-8 - 743 - 2243
                  S   HENDERSON              STATE GAME/FISH COMM                  LITTLE  ROCK
                  O9/78  -COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATION ACTIVITIES
                  04/so  -FINAL REPORT ON REMOVAL OF POLLUTANTS BY  FILTER  FEEDING FISH
                  (PE-C35 )            WASTEWATER SYSTEMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
                  FINAL PROJECT REPORT ON REMOVAL OF
                  POLLUTANTS  BY FILTER FEEDING FISH.
                  10-01      FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                  FILTER  FEEEDING FISH SPECIES HAVE BEEN EVALUATED IN  TERMS
                  OF  WASTEWATER TREATMENT EFFECTIVENESS AND PRODUCTION RATES
                  PREMINARY  RESULTS WERE PRESENTED AT THE SEMINAR  ON
                  AOUACULTURE SYSTEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT CONDUCTED  AT
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES.

PROGRAM  ID..
FINAL OUTPUT.:

MANDATE	:
CURR. RESULTS:
                                              AR 72201
                 UNIV  OF  CALIF.  DAVIS ON SEPT. 11,12,  1979
  OROIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                                      SSIE-GMA
                                      PE  -C35
                                      INFO-UPDATED
                                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                                                  5314 2
                                                              EPA  -R805453-01
                                                                                     ORD  -RL10E30-1080
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-  C6-28-8O
RECN-003335
LABN-L822C-O62
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVE  IS  TO  DETERMINE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A POLYCULTURE OF FISHES TO  REDUCE
 NUTRIENTS AND ALGAE  IN WASTEWATER.  THE KEY SPECIES TO BE USED ARE HYPOPTHALMICHTHv'ES  MOLITRIX  AND
 ARISTICHTHYES NOBILIS: BOTH ARE  FILTER FEEDERS.  THIS WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY STOCKING THE  FISH AT
 VARIOUS RATES INTO A  SIX POND  SERIES OF SEWAGE OXIDATION LAGOONS AT THE STATE HOSPITAL  AT  BENTON.
 ARKANSAS. PARAMETERS  TO  BE  MONITORED AT THE OUTFLOW OF EACH POND ARE: DISSOLVED OXYGEN,  BIOCHEMICAL
 OXYGEN DEMAND,  PH. CARBON DIOXIDE,  TURBIDITY,  CONDUCTIVITY, FECAL COLIFORMS. SUSPENDED  SOLIDS.
 NUTRIENTS, TEMPERATURE,  FLOW RATE,  AND PLANKTON POPULATIONS. METHODS OF HARVESTING FISH FROM SEWAGE
 LAGOONS WILL ALSO BE  INVESTIGATED.PRELIMINARY  STUDIES IN SEWAGE LAGOONS AND AOUACULTURE  PONDS  HAVE
 SHOWN THAT THE  PRESENCE  OF  THESE  FISHES DOES CAUSE A REDUCTION OF NUTRIENTS AND A SIGNIFICANT
 IMPACT ON PLANKTON POPULATIONS.  THE PURPOSE Of THIS INVESTIGATION IS TO DETERMINE PROPER STOCKING
 RATES AND BOD LOADING RATES FOR  LAGOONS TO AFFECT MAXIMUM TREATMENT OF THE EFFLUENT

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*PROJECT'  005266
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  INVESTIGATOR.•
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:

  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT.
-PESTICIDE USE REDUCTION THROUGH INTEGRATED CONTROL PROCEDURES ON MUSK
 THISTLE (CARDUUS NUTANS)
   TASK = W771 -000016 * <-EPA = R805455-01  ** (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O9/77  - O9/8O  :   FY79
 KJ HOOD                   EPA/OEPER- DAA                       202-426-2317
 EA MARTINKO               UNIV OF KANSAS                       CENTER FOR RESEARCH  INC.
 OO/OO -ANNUAL REPORTS; QUARTERLY1 REPORTS
 (PE-771 )           INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT
 1O-O6     FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNG. AND RODENT  ACT
 20-34     DAA FOR PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
 THE PLANT HAS UNUSUAL OVER-WINTER QUALITIES. POSSIBLE
 BASED UPON GENETIC FACTORS; THIS INFORMATION HAS
 PERMITTED IDENTIFICATION OF SENSITIVE PARTS OF THE
 PLANT SYCLE WHEN SPRAY CONTROL IS VERY EFFECTIVE.
 SEVERAL INSECT PREDATORS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED.
 RECN-OO5266           SSIE-GMA  48O2 2      EPA -R8O5455-O1       ORD -RW10B3O-5O79
                       PE  -771
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  OCT-DEC  79
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  TO GAIN A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF MUSK THISTLE BIOLOGY AND ITS INTERACTIONS WITH  THE
  ENVIRONMENT. TO DEVELOP PROCEDURES TO DETECT THISTLE POPULATIONS USING REMOTE SENSING. TO DEVELOP
  CONTROL STRATEGIES, AND TO DETERMINE THE BASIC BOTANY OF THE PLANT THAT ENABLES IT  TO EXTEND AND
  HOLD ITS RANGE. APPROACH: FIELD STUDIES ARE CONDUCTED IN KANSAS. NEBRASKA AND COLORADO.  LAB WORK IS
  DONE AT KANSAS UNIVERSITY. BASIC BOTANY OF THE PLANT AND ITS ADAPTATION TO THE ENVIRONMENT  IS BEING
  DETERMINED. REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUES ARE BEING DEVELOPED AND VARIFIED ON THE RATE  OF INFESTATION
  AND SPREAD OF THE THISTLE- NATURAL PREDATORS AND SPRAY CONTROL IS BEING STUDIED.
LABN-X617-03
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH

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•PROJECT: OO1991
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..

  PROGRAM ID..   :
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
-LASER RAMAN MONITORING OF  SULFURIC  ACID.  SULFATES.  SULFUR TRIOXIDE, AND
 SULFUR DIOXIDE IN STACK  EMISSIONS
   TASK =G833D-EB-015  **EPA=R8O5458-O2   - *  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION D4~E  :  1O/77 -  O3/80 :    FY79
 JS NADER                   E^A/ESRL  -  RTP                        919-541-3085
 R   CHANG                   -ALE  UNIV                            DEPT OF ENG & APPLIED  SCI
 03/79 -PROGRESS REPORT
 03/80 -FINAL REPORT
 (PE-833 )            MEASURE.  S1S &  INSTR.  DEVEL FOR ENGIN.
 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
 PROGRESS MADE IN OPTIMIZATION OF INSTRUMENTATION IN
 SEVERAL AREAS RELATING TO  MEASUREMENT  OF  NECESSARY
 RAMAN SCATTERING CROSS SECTION, LINEWIDTH,  AND LINESHIFT.
 RECN-OO1991           SSIE-GMA  52OO  1       EPA -R805458-O2       ORD -RG1OB3O-1079
 LABN-G625B-EB-016     PE   -833
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE: TO OBTAIN  ABSOLUTE RAMAN CROSS  SECTIONS  OF  GASEOUS H2S04 AND S03 AND THEIR RAMAN SPECTRAL
  LINEWIDTH AND LINESHIFTS  AND TO DEMONSTRATE IN THE LABORATORY THE VIABILITY OF RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
  IN DISTINGUISHING THE MULTIPHASES  OF  SULFUR OXIDES.  APPROACH: CALIBRATION OF H2S04 CONCENTRATIONS
  FOR CROSS SECTION MEASUREMENT  WILL BE  ACCOMPLISHED BY DETERMINING THE PARTIAL PRESSURE OF  H2S04 AS
  THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN  TOTAL PRESSURE  AND THE SUM  Of  PARTIAL PRESSURES OF S03 AMD H20. RESULTS TO
  DATE: RAMAN SCATTER  WAVELENGTHS FOR  H2S04 HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED AT 120O/CM AND 825/CM. GASES SUCH
  AS S03, NO. C02, AND S02  DO  NOT INTERFERE.  N02 MAY INTERFERE DEPENDING UPON ITS CONCENTRATION
  RELATIVE  TO H2S04. PROGRESS  HAS BEEN  MADE IN OPTIMIZATION OF INSTRUMENTATION IN SEVERAL  AREAS
  RELATING  TO THE MEASUREMENT  OF THE NECESSARY  RAMAN SCATTERING CROSS SECTION. LINEWIDTH.  AND
  LINESHIFT

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  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR..
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS. . :

  ABSTRACT	:
                                                                CML (803) 559-0371
                                                                BRICE MAR BIOL LAB
-RIVULUS MARMORATUS - AN  INVESTIGATION OF  ITS  POTENTIAL  AS  A CANCER
 RESEARCH AND CHEMICAL CARCINOGEN SCREENING ORGANISM
   TASK =OC2N -000017 **EPA = R805469'-01   ** (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   OB/11  - O9/8O  :    FY80
 WP DAVIS                  EPA/ERL  -GULF BREEZE
 CC KOENIG                 COLLEGE  OF CHARLESTON
 09/79 -REPORT
 (PE-C2N )           TRANS.FATE, AND  EFFECTS OF ENERGY REL  POLLUTANTS
 3O-99     GENETICS. BIOASSAV
 HUNDREDS OF INDIVIDUALS  AND EXPOSURES TO  5 SELECTED
 TEST SUBSTANCES UNDERWAY.  SISTER-CHROMATID EXCHANGE
 TESTED AND SUITABLE FISHES BEING SELECTED.  TISSUE
 CULTURE TECHNIQUES BEING TESTED.
 RECN-OO3891           SSIE-GMA  4123 3      EPA  -R805469-01
 LABN-0625F-OO17       PE  -C2N
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF METHODOLOGY TO USE GENETICALLY DEFINED  STRAINS  OF  MARINE FISH
  AS LABORATORY AND FIELD EXPOSURE  TO SCREEN POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENIC.  TERATOGENIC AND
  CARCINOGENIC COMPOUNDS. APPROACH:  USING CONTROLLED CULTURES OF ISOGENIC HOMOZYGOUS CLONES OF  A
  NATURALLY  HERMAPHRODITIC FISH SPECIES, ESTABLISH BIOASSAY PROCEDURES FOR COMPOUNDS WITH MUTAGENIC.
  TERATOGENIC.  AND CARCINOGENIC PROPERTIES. SECONDLY, TO PERFECT A SISTER-CHROMATID-EXCHANGE
  TECHNIQUE  FOR SELECTED MARINE FISH SPECIES FOR  IN VITRO,  IN VIVO, TESTS.
                                                                                    ORD -RQ10B30-3080
                                                                             06-28-8O
"PROJECT:  OO5995-METHODOLOGIES FOR UTILIZATION  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL-IMPACT-ASSESSMENT DATA
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES. . .
  PROGRAM  ID. .
  MANDATE	
 ORDIS  CODES.

 PROJ  STATUS.

 ABSTRACT  . . .
  TASK =F825Q-793340  f +EPA=R805476     ••-* (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  09/77 -  09/81  •    FY79
CT RJPBERGER               EPA/IERL -  RTP
LR BABCOCK                 UNIV OF  ILLINOIS
10/78 -COMPLETE RESEARCH  RELATED TO HEALTH EFFECT LINKAGES
1O/79 -COMPLETE RESEARCH  RELATED TO TRANSPORT-TRANSFORMATION
1O/80 -COMPLETE INTEGRATION  STUDIES
(PE-825  )           FUEL  PROCESSING .PREPARATION ADV COMBUSTION
1O-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT
1O-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
10-13     SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT
RECN-005995           SSIE-GMA 4132  2      EPA -R805476
PE  -825
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                FTS 8-629-2911
                                                                SCHOOL OF  ENGINEERING
                                             ENTERED - O6-28-8O
                                                                                    ORD -RF10B30-1079
                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                       INFO-ORIGINAL
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE:  TO DEFINE METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES FOR USE WITHIN THE EPA WHICH WOULD  FACILITATE  THE
  IDENTIFICATION OF HAZARDS AND SETTING OF STANDARDS AND CONTROL PRIORITIES. APPROACH:  DEFINE
  METHODOLOGY OF USE BY HEALTH-EFFECTS PERSONNEL AND OTHERS OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND ASSESSMENT
  DATA TO GENERATE MEANINGFUL CAUSE-EFFECT RESULTS.

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                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTS  "ROTECTION  AGENCY
                          » OFFICE OF RESEARCH A     EVELOPMENT *
                               GRANT PROJECT OESL. .PTIONS
                          -ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*

                                                                COLI
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..  :

  PROGRAM ID...:
  FINAL OUTPUT

  MANDATE..   ..

  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                                                                 FTS  8-838-4843
                                                                 DEPT OF  MICROBIOL/WOODWARD
PHAGE RESISTANCE  AS A MEANS OF SEPARATING HUMAN AND ANIMAL
STRAINS AND  DEFINING COLONIZATION POTENTIALS
  TASK = DC27  -2EOOO7 • *EPA=R805488     * - (GRANT)
  STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  09/77 - 09/80  :   FY80
AP DUFOUR                  EPA/HERL - CINC
PS COHEN                   UNIV OF RHODE ISLAND
03/8O -INTERIM  REPORT
09/80 -PHAGE  AND  ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE PATTERN DEFINED  FOR DISTINGUISHING HUMAN FROM N
(PE-C27 )            HEALTH EFFECTS - WATER QUALITY
PHAGE AND ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE PATTERN DEFINED FOR
DISTINGUISHING  HUMAN FROM NON-HUMAN E. COLI STRAINS
10-01     FEDERAL  WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
20-11     DAA FOR  WATER  PLANNING AND STANDARDS
E. COLI BACTERIOPHAGE RESISTANCE PATTERNS DETERMINED FOR
E. COLI STRAINS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL AND ANIMAL ISOLATES
HAVE BEEN CORRELATED WITH SOURCE OF POLLUTION
(I.E., HUMAN  VS.  NON-HUMAN).
                                 54O1 2      EPA -R8O5488           ORD  -RD10B30-5O80
RECN-001076
LABN-D607C-013
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                       SSIE-GMA
                       PE   -C27
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-  05-28-80
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS PROPOSAL IS TO DETERMINE A COMBINED PHAGE  AND  ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE
 PATTERN WHICH CAN  BE  USED  TO DISTINGUISH THE SOURCE OF ESCHERICHIA COLI  STRAINS  (I.E.,  HUMAN FROM
 NON-HUMAN). APPROACH:  THE  METHOD FOR DISTINGUISHING HUMAN FROM NON-HUMAN E.  COLI  STRAINS.  IT IS
 ANTICIPATED THAT THIS CAPABILITY WILL AID IN DISCRIMINATING SOURCES OF POLLUTION,  THEREBY  ASSISTING
 IN ASSESSMENTS OF  WASTEWATER TREATMENT REQUIREMENTS AND HUMAN HEALTH HAZARDS.
•PROJECT  OOO273-ELECTROCHEMICAL TREATMENT OF SEAFOODS PROCESSING  WASTEWATER
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM  ID.
  MANDATE.
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
  TASK =B610B-000627  * »EPA=R805493 -01   •*'  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  08/77 -  O6/79     FV79
HW THOMPSON                EPA/IERL -  CINC
RD GRAY                    R  C  L INDUSTRIES INC                 GLOUCHESTER                MA 0193O
RD GRAY                    NEW  ENGLAND  FISH COMM                NEW BEDFORD                MA 02741
C  LIU                     NEW  ENGLAND  FISH COMM                NEW BEDFORD                MA 02741
06/80 -FINAL  REPORT  RECEIVED
(PE-610  )            INDUSTRIAL PROC.  - WATER QUALITY
10-O1      FEDERAL  WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
RECN-000273            SSIE-GMA  5218  1      EPA -R805493-01
PE  -61O
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE  THE TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF TREATING SEAFOODS  PROCESSING
 WASTEWATERS  B't  ELECTROCHEMICAL COAGULATI ON/FLOTATION FOLLOWED BY SAND FILTRATION.  THE  SLUDGE
 REMOVED FROM THE  FLOTATION  CELL WILL  BE EVALUATED FOR POSSIBLE UTILIZATION AS  A  PET  FOOD.  POULTRY
 FEED INGREDIENT,  AND FERTILIZER. APPROACH:  FOLLOWING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION.  A  MOBILE  PILOT  PLANT
 WILL BE OPERATED  AT  SEVEN SEAFOOD PROCESSING PLANTS.  THE VARIETY OF SEAFOODS PROCESSED  AT  THFSE
 PLANTS  INCLUDES WHITING.  HERRING. SHRIMP  FLOUNDER. COD. SCALLOP  CRAB. LOBSTER.  AND  SARDINE.
                                                                   ORD  -RE 10830-1079
                                                                   UPDATED-   JUL-SEP  79

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       RUN DATE: 07/O9/80                  *  0  R D  I S   DATA EXTRACT*

"PROJECT:  OO3846-THE ECOLOGICAL IMPACT  OF  INTEGRATED  CHEMICAL AND  BIOLOGICAL  AQUATIC  WEED
                                                                                             PAGE-
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE....
                                                                FTS-8-686-9011
                                                                UNIV OF  FLORIDA
  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT....
  TASK =OC31  -OOOO10  * *EPA = R8O5497-01   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  06/78  -  07/81  :    FY80
GE WALSH                   EPA/ERL  -GULF  BREEZE
JV SHIREMAN                SCH  OF FOREST  RES  & CONSRV
06/79 -ANNUAL REPORT  ON  FIELD  STUDY
O6/8O -ANNUAL REPORT  ON  BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
O7/81 -REPORT
(PE-C31 )           MARINE ECO EFFECTS  - WATER  QUALITY
1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT
10-99     L 95-217
                      SSIE-GMA 4945 2      EPA  -R8O5497-01
                      PE   -C31
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE  THE  IMPACT OF  CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL  CONTROL  IN THE  FISHERY  ENVIRONMENT,  AND TO
 ASCERTAIN THE MOST DESIRABLE  BALANCE  OF VEGETATION  VERSUS OPEN  WATER THAT  WILL MAINTAIN DESIRABLE
 WATER QUALITY, FISH  GROWTH, AND REPRODUCTION. TO  EVALUATE THE FEASIBILITY  OF  COMBINING CHEMICAL AND
 BIOLOGICAL WEED CONTROL  IN  A  NATURAL  LAKE AND DETERMINE COST BENEFIT RATIOS,  AND  TO  DETERMINE THE
 EFFECTS OF DENSE SUBMERGED  AQUATIC WEED GROWTH  ON THE RECREATIONAL  UTILIZATION AND FISH POPULATION
 OF ORANGE LAKE, FLORIDA.
RECN-OO3846
LABN-0608A-001O
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                    ORD  -RQ1OB30-1O80
UPDATED-  O6-28-8O

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•PROJECT: OO3367-ON-FARM  IMPROVEMENTS TO REDUCE SEDIMENT AND NUTRIENTS  IN  IRRIGATION
                 RETURN FLOW
                   TASK =L77OA-1-O045 "•EPA =R8O5527-O1  * - (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  1O/77 - 03/81 :   FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.  .:
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT...
    EPA/ERL - ADA
    WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
    WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
    WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
    WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
JP LAW
LG KING
BL MCNEAL
WH PIETSCH
S  MATULICH
1O/78 -ANNUAL REPORT
10/-79 -ANNUAL REPORT
1O/80 -ANNUAL REPORT
03/81 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-770  )           RENEWABLE  RESOURCES -WATER QUALITY
1O-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
PROJECT  FIELD WORK  IS  PROGRESSING ACCORDING TO SCHEDULE.  STRUCTURA
IMPROVEMENTS ARE BEING INSTALLED  FOR DATA COLLECTION DURING 1979-8O
CROPPING SEASONS.
FTS 8-743-23OO
DEPT OF CIVIL 5 ENV ENGIN
DEPT OF CIVIL & ENV ENGIN
DEPT OF CIVIL & ENV ENGIN
DEPT OF CIVIL 5 ENV ENGIN
                                        SSIE-GMA  3S24 2
                                                              EPA -R8O5527-O1
                      ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD  -RL10E3O-1O79
                                            UPDATED-  JUL-SEP  79
RECN-OO3367
PE  -770
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE OVERALL OBJECTIVES OF  THIS  PROJECT INCLUDE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAM FOR REDUCING  THE
 NUTRIENT AND SEDIMENT DISCHARGES  IN IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW FROM A WELL DEFINED SUBBASIN OF
 APPROXIMATELY  2,000  ACRES.  THE PROJECT IS INTENDED TO PROVIDE A FRAMEWORK FOR IMPLEMENTATION  OF  20R
 PLANS FOR  IRRIGATED  AGRICULTURE IN WASHINGTON.  A HIGH DEGREE OF FARMER PARTICIPATION WILL BE
 OBTAINED BY PROVIDING COST  SHARING FUNDS FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ON INDIVIDUAL FARMS WITHIN  THE
 SUBBASIN.  TECHNICAL  HELP  WILL  BE  PROVIDED FOR CHANGE OF PRACTICES NOT INVOLVING CAPITAL
 IMPROVEMENTS.  THE  REDUCTION  IN NUTRIENTS AND SEDIMENTS AFFECTED BY SPECIFIC PRACTICE CHANGES  WILL
 BE QUANTIFIED.  THE BEST  FARMING PRACTICES WILL BE IDENTIFIED ON A COST EFFECTIVENESS BASIS.
 INFORMATION CONCERNING PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT WILL BE DISSEMINATED THROUGH COUNTY EXTENSION
 AGENTS.  IRRIGATION AND CONSERVATION DISTRICTS.  ANNUAL FIELD DAYS ON THE PROJECT SITE. PERIODIC AND
 FINAL REPORTS  TO  THE STATE  OF  WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY AND THE U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL
 PROTECTION AGENCY

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'PROJECT- 001902-CHEMICAL  REACTIONS  OF ATMOSPHERIC HALOGENATED SPECIES

                   TASK  =GC1V  -OOO517  **EPA=R8O5532-02  ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  08/77 - 09/80 :    FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.: MC DODGE                   EPA/ESRL - RTP                       FTS-8-629-2374
  INVESTIGATOR.  MJ MOLINA                  UNIV OF CALIFORNIA                   CHEM DEPT
                 FS ROWLAND                 UNIV OF CALIFORNIA                   CHEM DEPT
  MILESTONES...: 10/81  -FINAL  REPORT
  PROGRAM ID.... (PE-C1V  )           TRANSPORT  AND FATE  - TOXICS
  MANDATE	 1O-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
  CURR. RESULTS: ABSORPTION CROSS SECTIONS OBTAINED FOR CBR2F2.  CBRC1F2.
                 AND CBRF2CBRF2.
  ORDIS CODES... RECN-001902            SSIE-GMA  3882 3      EPA -R805532-02       ORD -RG10B30-1080
                 LABN-G76OC-DA-O07     PE  -C1V
  PROJ STATUS. : ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	  OBJECTIVE: THE  OBJECTIVE OF THIS RESEARCH PROGRAM IS TO  BETTER THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE
                  TRANSFORMATION  AND REMOVAL OF HALOGENATED POLLUTANTS IN THE ENVIRONMENT  APPROACH: UV ABSORPTION
                  CROSS SECTIONS  WILL  BE OBTAINED FOR SELECTED  BROMINATED COMPOUNDS.  FTIR STUDIES OF SEMI-STABLE
                  MOLECULES OF ATMOSPHERIC SIGNIFICANCE WILL  CONDUCTED, AND FIELD MEASUREMENTS OF METHYLCHLOROFORM
                  WILL BE MADE.


"•PROJECT- 006033-REDUCTION OF  POLLUTANT  FORMATION IN COAL PARTICLE AND LIQUID FUEL SPRAY
                 FLAMES
                   TASK =F829L-792390  <*EPA=R8O5552     ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  09/77 -  09/81      FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.:  WS LANIER                  EPA/IERL -  RTP                       FTS 8-629-2432
  INVESTIGATOR.:  JM BEER                    MIT                                   ELEC  ENG DEPT
  MILESTONES.. :  1O/77 -INITIATE  GRANT
                 1O/78 -IDENTIFY  COAL  AND  OIL PYROLYSIS MECHANISMS
                 10/8O -COMPLETE  DOCUMENTATION
  PROGRAM ID...:  (PE-829 )           NITROGEN OXIDE  CONTROL -ENERGY
  MANDATE	:  1O-02     CLEAN  AIR ACT
  CURR.  RESULTS:  EXPERIMENTS ON A  MONTANA  LIGNITE CHAR  (44-53UM  SIZE  CUT,  DEVOLATILI ZED
                 TO ASSYMPTOTIC WEIGHT LOSS  AT  17 K )  DEMONSTRATION  EFFECTIVELY NO
                 ENHANCEMENT (  + -15"/,) OF  THE  NO/CHAR  REACTION  BY  1.5% CO FOR THE
                 TEMPERATURE RANGE 13OO-16OO K.
  ORDIS CODES...  RECN-OO6033           SSIE-GMA   4632  2      EPA  -R805552          ORD -RF1OB30-1079
                 PE  -829
  PROO STATUS..:  PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED  - O6-28-80    UPDATED-  06-28-8C
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	:  OBJECTIVE: THE PURPOSE  OF  THIS  PROJECT IS TO OBTAIN  INFORMATION  ON THE KINETICS OF  COAL AND
                  HEAVY-OIL COMBUSTION.  THE  DATA WILL  BE  GENERATED ON PARTICLES AND DROPLETS  IN A  LAMINAR FURNACE AND
                  IN A PLUG FLOW  SPRAY COMBUSTOR.  SPECIAL ATTENTION  WILL  BE PAID  TO HOW ATOMIZER-FUEL COMBINATIONS
                  INFLUENCE SPRAY CHARACTERISTICS.

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                U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

                 NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
                 fPlaaaa read reverse before completing)
     PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
                                                                         Form Approved
                                                                         OMB No. 158-KOO81
                                                                 PROJECT NO.(Do not uae thl*

                                                                 SSIE
 ITLE OF PROJECT

-luman Epithelial Cell Metabolic_Activation Svslems for Use with Human Oil
3IVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
>ROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
J. Justin McCormick, PH.D., Principal Investigator, Associate Professor and Co-Director of the
  Carcinogenesis Laboratory, College of Osteopathic Medicine

Veronica M. Maher, PH.D., Co-Principal Investigator, Associate Professor and Co-Director of
                 T .ahnratnryt Cnllf»Pt» nf
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTI
                                  Pt»
                                  ON
Carcinogenesis Laboratory, Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine,
  East Lansing, Michigan 48824
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (1) Objective*, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plan* and/or Pregreaa (300 wordt or lest. Omit conlldentlal data).
 In the Sknithoonlan Science Information Exchange, • umraariea of work in progress ore exchanged with government and private agenciee iup -
 parting reaearch and are forwarded to inveitlgatora who requeat luch information. Your summary 1* to be used for theae purpoie*.
     The need to develop ever more adequate test systems which can reliably determine the possible
  toxic mutagenic, teratogenic and/or carcinogenic effects of exposure of the human population to
  chemicals in the environment is becoming more  and more evident.  It is, of  course, notpossible to
  carry out such testing in humans, and therefore, information on risk estimates has  to be extrapolatejd
  to man from results obtained in test systems which utilizemicroorganisms, mammalian cells in
  culture, or animals. Mammalian cells in culture have come into increasing  importance in biological
  testing because they retain many of the characteristics of the target cells at risk and, yet, can be
  grown  into very large populations and analyzed and characterized by a wide range of  biochemical
  and genetic techniques that are not possible with whole animals.  During the past several years,
  we have developed a quantitative system  for measuring  the cytotoxic and mutagenic effect of
  radiation and direct-acting chemicals in diploid human skin fibroblasts in culture and have shown
  that these effects are directly related to the capacity of human cells to repair damage to DNA.
  Since the human population is to far more likely to be exposed to parent compounds than to direct-
  acting model compounds, we propose to extend the capability of the diploid human fibroblast cell
  mutagenesis system to include parent compounds, or mixtures of chemicals, which  require metaboli
  activation by coupling it with cell-mediated activation systems.  Human epithelial cells as well as
  human organs and tissues will serve as our primary sources of metabolic activation.  In addition,
  we will compare sources derived from non-primate mammals. To detect and diaracterize the meta-
  bolic activation of parent compounds, we will:  (1) quantitate their cytotoxic effect by measuring
  cells' loss of ability to clone, (2) quantitate the induction of mutations using several markers and
  (3) determine the number and kinds of adducts formed on DNA by covalent attachment of
  chemical residues. We will use several biochemical techniques to confirm that the cells of the
  feeder layer are metabolically active.

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'PROJECT-  OO1767-MODELING OF ATMOSPHERIC FLOWS AND POLLUTANT DISPERSAL OVER AND AROUND
                 HILLS AND BUILDINGS
                   TASK =G603A-AB-012 **EPA=R805595-O3   *+  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : OS/77  - 03/81     FY79
                 WH SNYDER                 EPA/ESRL - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2811
                 SP ARYA                   NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV            OEPT OF GEOSCI
                 O9/7S -PROJECT CONTINUATION
                 09/79 -PROJECT CONTINUATION
                 O3/81 - FINAL REPORT DETAILING RESULTS  OF  FLUID MODELING STUDIES AND MATHEMATICAL MODE
                 (PE-603 )           TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
                 REPORT DETAILING RESULTS OF  FLUID MODELING STUDIES
                 AND MATHEMATICAL MODELS DEVELOPMENT
                 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
                 2O-2O     AA FOR AIR AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
                 20-23     DAA FOR AIR QUALITY PLANNING  AND STANDARDS
                 RESULTS INCLUDE ADVANCES IN  WIND TUNNEL INSTRUMENTATION,
                 ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER SIMULATION.  AND NUMERICAL
                 MODELING.  SEVERAL REPORTS PUBLISHED AND OTHERS IN PRESS.
                                                 4476 2      EPA -R805595-O3       ORD -RG1OB3O-5079
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES...
PROGRAM ID..
FINAL OUTPUT


MANDATE.
CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.


  PROJ STATUS.


  ABSTRACT
                                      SSIE-GMA
                                      PE   -603
                                      INFO-UPDATED
                                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-   JAN-MAR SO
RECN-001767
LABN-G6O3A-AB-34
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO CONDUCT BASIC FLUID MODELING AND THEORETICAL STUDIES
 OF THE FLOW AND DIFFUSION OF POLLUTANTS OVER COMPLEX TOPOGRAPHY  WORK WILL INCLUDE COMPARISONS OF
 NEWLY ACQUIRED DATA WITH EXISTING THEORIES AND MODELING TECHNIQUES IN ORDER TO VERIFY AND REFINE
 PRESENT MODELS AS WELL AS TO DEVELOP NEW ONES. APPROACH: VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUES AND GROUND LEVEL
 CONCENTRATION MEASUREMENTS USING THE WIND TUNNEL AND WATER CHANNEL/TOWING TANK WILL PROVIDE THE
 DATA NECESSARY FOR THE STUDIES.

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'PROJECT-  001116-HUMAN HEALTH EFFECTS  OF  SODIUM IN THE DRINKING WATER
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS  CODES.
                                                                PUBLIC HLTH DIV
                                                                PUBLIC HLTH DIV
  TASK =D614B-011COO  **EPA=R8O5612-01   ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O2/78 -  O2/83     FY78
DG -GREATHOUSE             EPA/HERL - CINC
RW TUTHILL                 UNIV OF  MASSACHUSETTS
EJ CALABRESE               UNIV OF  MASSACHUSETTS
12/78 -COMPLETION OF  STUDY OF  EFFECTS  IN SECOND GRADERS
12/79 -COMPLETION OF  HIGH  SCHOOL IN NEW COMMUNITIES
12/79 -BOTTLE WATER STUDY  COMPLETED
12/31 -COMPLETION OF  PRE-  AND  POST-CHANGE OVER STUDY
12/82 -COMP. OF HOSP   STUDY  OF INCIDENCE OF CIRCUL. SYSTEM/KIDNEY DISEASES
(PE-614 )           DRINKING WATER
10-13     SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT
  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT....
RECN-001116
PE  -614
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                       SSIE-GMA   5387
                                                              EPA -R805612-01
                                                              ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RD10B30-1078
                                                                                    UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 77
                       INFO-ORIGINAL
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
A PRIOR STUDY BY THE  INVESTIGATORS COMPARING 300 HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORES IN A HIGH SODIUM  (1O8  PPM)
 WITH THOSE IN A LOW  SODIUM  (8  PPM)  DRINKING WATER COMMUNITY INDICATED A MEDICALLY AND STATISTICALLY
 SIGNIFICANT UPSHIFT  IN' THE  POPULATION BLOOD PRESSURE (B.P ) DISTRIBUTION IN BOTH MALES AND  FEMALES
 FOR BOTH SYSTOLIC AND  DIASTOLIC  B.P.'S.  A SUBSEQUENT ANALYSIS OF HOME FIRST MORNING TAP  WATER
 SAMPLES FOR NINE HEAVY METALS  POTENTIALLY RELATED TO CIRCULATORY SYSTEM DISEASE IS CURRENTLY
 UNDERWAY ALONG WITH  AN ANALYSIS  OF  THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM MORTALITY EXPERIENCE OF THE TWO
 COMMUNITIES OVER THE  PAST DECADE. THE PHASED RESEARCH PROGRAM BEING PROPOSED FOR THIS GRANT  IS
 DESIGNED TO PROVIDE  FURTHER HUMAN POPULATION DATA ON THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF SODIUM IN THE DRINKING
 WATER. THE SPECIFIC  STUDIES ARE: A  REPLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL STUDY IN A SECOND GRADE POPULATION;
 REPLICATION IN TWO DIFFERENT WATCHED  COMMUNITIES WITH ONLY HALF THE DIFFERENCE IN SODIUM LEVELS: A
 BOTTLED WATER STUDY  TO DIFFERENTIATE  THE SODIUM EFFECT ON B.P. DISTRIBUTION FROM OTHER WATER
 FACTORS: A BEFORE AND  AFTER COMMUNITY CHANGEOVER TO LOW SODIUM WATER STUDY OF E.P.  DISTRIBUTIONS OF
 SIXTH GRADERS AND EARLY  MIDDLE-AGED ADULTS: A BEFORE AND AFTER STUDY OF HOSPITALIZED INCIDENCE OF
 CIRCULATORY SYSTEM MORBIDITY.

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'PROJECT: O05694-HUMAN HEALTH EFFECTS OF ELEVATED DRINKING WATER SODIUM LEVELS
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR..

  MILESTONES.   :

  PROGRAM ID.   :
  MANDATE	

  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES. . :

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT .  . .
  TASK =DC60  -7DOO01  *»EPA=R805612-O2  * * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O2/78 - O2/83 :    FV8O
RH OSBORNE                 EPA/HERL - CINC
EJ CALABRESE               UNIV OF  MASSACHUSETTS
RW TUTHILL                 UNIV OF  MASSACHUSETTS
02/80 -COMPLETION  OF  BOTTLED WATER STUDY
02/83 -COMPLETION  OF  PROJECT
(PE-C60  )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - DRINKING WATER
1O-01     FEDERAL  WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT
20-11     DAA FOR  WATER PLANNING AND STANDARDS
BOTTLED WATER STUDY NEARING  COMPLETION.   RESULTS
CURRENTLY UNDERGOING  PRELIMINARY PHASE OF ANALYSIS.
                      SSIE-GMA  6670
                                                                513-684-7249
                                                                PUBLIC HLTH DIV
                                                                PUBLIC HLTH DIV
                                             EPA -R805612-02
                                                                   ORD -RD1OB30-5080
                                             ENTERED - 06-28-80
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-80
RECN-O05694
PE  -C60
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBL1C
OBJECTIVE: RECENT  STUDIES  HAVE  CONFIRMED CLINICAL AND STATISTIAL ELEVATIONS OF THE BLOOD  PRESSURE
 DISTRIBUTIONS OF  TENTH  AND  THIRD  GRADE  CHILDREN FROM A COMMUNITY WITH HIGH SODIUM LEVELS  AND  ONE
 WITH LOW LEVELS OF  SODIUM.  A BOTTLED WATER STUDY WILL BE UNDERTAKEN AMONG FOURTH GRADERS  IN THE
 HIGH SODIUM COMMUNITY TO  DETERMINE  IF THE BLOOD PRESSURE OF DIFFERENCE IS DUE TO SODIUM  INGESTED  IN
 DRINKING WATER OR FACTORS UNRELATED TO  WATER INGESTION.  APPROACH:  ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY CHILDREN WILL
 BE DIVIDED INTO THREE STUDY  GROUPS.  BOTTLED WATER WILL BE SUPPLIED CONTAINING VARYING AMOUNTS OF
 SODIUM. THE CHILDREN  WILL USE  THE BOTTLED WATER FOR ALL  DRINKING AND COOKING PURPOSES FOR  THREE
 MONTHS. BLOOD PRESSURE  AND  URINE  SODIUM WILL BE MONITORED TO DETECT ANY DIFFERENCES AMONG  THE THREE
 STUDY GROUPS.

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*PROJECT- OO5482
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES. . . :

  PROGRAM ID.. . :
  FINAL OUTPUT. :
  MANDATE.
                                         FTS-8-684-7661
                                         CHICAGO
                                         URBANA
                                         CHICAGO
                                                                                                           IL 60611
                                                                                                           IL 61801
                                                                                                           IL 6O611
  CURR.  RESULTS:




  ORDIS  CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS...

  ABSTRACT	:
-ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES & AGRICULTURAL BENEFITS RESULTING FROM UTILIZATION
  OF MUNICIPAL SEWAGE SLUDGE IN THE PRODUCTION OF CROPS (ABBR
   TASK =CC36 -O1TC28 **EPA=R805629-01  * » (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  10/77 - 02/81  :   FY8O
 GK DOTSON                 EPA/MERL - CINC
 C  LUE HING               METRO SAN DIST OF CHICAGO
 TD HINESLY                UNIV OF ILLINOIS
 D  2ENZ                   METRO SAN DIST OF CHICAGO
 10/80 -WORK COMPLETED
 02/81 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
 (PE-C3G )           URBAN SYS & TOXICS RESIDUAL MANAGE -  WATER QUALITY
 SLUDGE TREATED CORNPLOT YIELDS EQUAL OR EXCEED YIELDS OF
 CONVENTIONALLY FERTILIZED CONTROLS NO SIGNIDICANT DIFFERENCE
 WAS FOUND IN PERFORMANCE BETWEEN EGG-LAYING HENS FED RATION
 OF SOYBEANS AND CORN WITH VARIABLE CD CONCENTRATION
 10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
 10-05     RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
 2O-12     DAA FOR WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS
 2O-14     DAA FOR SOLID WASTE
 NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN YIELDS FROM IRRIGATED
 FERTILIZED PLOTS AND THOSE TREATED WITH SLUDGE.   NO
 SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE  IN PERFORMANCE BETWEEN EGG-LAYING
 PULLETS FED WITH CORN AND SOYBEAN MEAL CONTAINING 0.71
 AND 2.38  PPM CD.
 RECN-OO5482           SSIE-GMA  4574 3      EPA  -R805629-O1
 LABN-C611B-7219       PE  -C36
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  THE GENERAL  OBJECTIVES ARE TO COLLECT INFORMATION NEEDED TO DEVELOP METHODS FOR
  PREVENTING OR MINIMIZING ADVERSE EFFECTS ON SOILS. CROPS.  WATER,  AND ANIMALS. AND MAXIMIZING
  BENEFITS FROM USING SEWAGE SLUDGE AS A FERTILIZER AND SOIL CONDITIONER. APPROACH: FIELD PLOTS AND
  LYSIMETER PLOTS WITH THREE SOIL TYPES AND STRIP-MINED SOIL WILL RECEIVE LIQUID DIGESTED SLUDGE
  APPLICATIONS AT VARYING RATES (0, 1/4.  1/2 AND  MAXIMUM).  SOME PLOTS HAVE RECEIVED ANNUAL SLUDGE
  APPLICATIONS FOR NINE  (9) YEARS.  MAXIMUM RATE IS EQUIVALENT TO ONE INCH PER WEEK FOR ABOUT SIX TO
  NINE WEEKS. THE EFFECT OF SLUDGE COMPONENTS ON  SOIL, WATER AND CROPS WILL BE DETERMINED BY REGULAR
  SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS. CORN AND SOYBEANS PRODUCED ON SLUDGE TREATED SOILS WILL BE FED TO LAYING
  HENS. THE EFFECT ON THE HEALTH.  COMPOSITION AND PRODUCTION OF THE HENS WILL BE MEASURED OVER A
  PERIOD OF BO WEEKS. CADMIUM ACCUMULATION IN THE HENS AND  EGGS WILL BE DETERMINED. A SINGLE
  APPLICATION OF DEWATERED SLUDGE AT HIGH RATE ON FIELD PLOTS ON STRIP-MINED SOILS WILL BE COMPARED
  TO INCREMENTAL LIQUID SLUDGE  APPLICATIONS ANNUALLY.
                                            ORD -RC10B30-5O80
                                            UPDATED-   06-28-80

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*PROJECT: 00526O-AMMONIA  TOXICITY TO FISHES
  EPA  OFFICER. .
  INVESTIGATOR. :

  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM ID.  .
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT.
                                         FTS 8-783-9546
                                         DEPT OF BIOL
                                         DEPT OF BIOL
                                                            AND
  TASK =.N8B2  -OOOOO1  **EPA=R8O5636     »» (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  1O/77 - O9/80 :    FY79
WA BRUNGS                  EPA/ERL - DULUTH
RV THURSTON                MONTANA STATE UNIV
RC RUSSO                   MONTANA STATE UNIV
O7/8O -FINAL  REPORT ON  EFFECTS OF FLUCTUATIONS
09/80 -FINAL  DRAFT OF CRITERION DOCUMENT
(PE-882  )           SCIENTIFIC ASSESSMENT R 8.  D -AIR
10-99     304(A)
FLUCTUATION EXPERIMENTS COMPLETED.
LITERATURE SEARCH ON CHEMISTRY,  ANALYSIS,
EFFECTS OF AMMONIA COMPLETED.
RECN-005260           SSIE-GMA  4021 2
PE  -882
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT OF FLUCTUATIONS IN AMMONIA CONCENTRATIONS ON FRESHWATER  FISH.  TO
 PREPARE A CRITERION DOCUMENT  FOR THE CHEMISTRY AND FATE OF AMMONIA IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS AND ITS
 EFFECTS ON AQUATIC ORGANISMS.  APPROACH:  ACUTE AND EMBRYO/LARVAL TESTS WITH SEVERAL  PATTERNS OF
 DIURNAL AND  OTHER EXAMPLES OF FLUCTUATING AMMONIA CONCENTRATIONS. THE CRITERION DOCUMENT
 PREPARATION  WILL REQUIRE  THE  COLLECTION AND CRITICAL REVIEW OF APPROPRIATE WORLD  LITERATURE AND
 COORDINATE IN  THE DRAFTING OF A TOTAL DOCUMENT WITH ECAO-CINCINNATI.
                                                              EPA  -R805636
                      ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                     ORD  -RN1OB31-1O79
                                            UPDATED-  OCT-DEC  79

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NOTICE OF RESEARCH PRfllFfT
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FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Form Approved
OMB No. 1S8-R0081
PROJECT
SSIE j\
&56T7-bl£
EPA
TITLE OF PROJECT
    Sampling Frequency - Microbiological Drinking Water  Regulations
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
    Wesley 0. Pipes
    Betz Professor of Ecology
    Department of  Biological Sciences
    The Environmental Studies Institute
Robert R.  Christian          t
Assistant  Professor of Biological Sciences
Department of Biological Sciences
The Environmental Studies Institute
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION

    Drexel University
    32nd & Chestnut Sts.
    Philadelphia.  Pa.  19104	
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (1) Objective*, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plan* and/or Progreo (100 words or !•••. Omit contldantlal data),
  In the Smith aonlan Science Information Exchange, itimmariei of work In prof.mil are exchanged with government and private agenclei tup-
  porting research and are forwarded to tnveatlgator* who requeet »uch Information. Your aummarjr 1« to be uaed for theae purpoeea.
          The objective of this project is to provide  a  rational basis for determination
    of the number of samples per month which need to be  collected from a water distribu-
    tion system to characterize the microbiological quality of the water and determine
    compliance  with the National Interim Primary Drinking Water Regulation.   The
    project^involves five phases;  namely, 1) retrospective observation of historical
    records of  monitoring water distribution systems,  2) modeling of-the dispersion
    of coliform bacteria in distribution systems, 3) development of field and laboratory
    procedures, 4) field sampling, and 5) laboratory experiments on dispersion of
    coliform bacteria in model  systems.

          This  is the second year  of a three year project.  Phases 1) and 3) are
    essentially complete.  The  field sampling the  first  year Included sampling of
    distribution  systems in four  small communities  in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
    Four additional systems will be sampled during the second year.  The  laboratory
    experiments will be initiated  during the second  year.  The mathematical modeling
    is based upon data collected in the field and by means of the laboratory experiments

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NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
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PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Form Approved
OMB No. 158-R0081
PROJECT NO^Do not us« thl* ipace)
jP f7A rC / lJ $ 	 .^ ^ ^
EPA
TITLE OF PROJECT  The Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology or Chlorine uioxiae ana  its
  Products; A Comparison of Tolerance and Safety  In Animals and Human Volunteers.
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
  DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY:
  Joseph R.  Blanchlne,  M.D.,  Ph.D.,  Professor and Chairman  (Principal  Investigator)
  Daniel  Court, Ph.D.,  Professor of  Pharmacology; Director  Toxicology Laboratory
  Mohamed S. AbdelRahman,  Ph.D., Research  Associate
NAME ANO ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
  The Ohio State University Research Foundation
        Klnnear Road, Columbus, OH   1»3212
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (t) Objective., (2) Appro.ch. (3) Current Plan, and/or Progr«.« (100 word3 or /••«. Omit confidential dmtm),
  In th*> Staltheonlan Science Information Exchange, lummafie. of woiV In profni* ire exchanged with fovemment and privets agencie. itip -
  porting research end are forwarded to Inve.tig»tor» who requeet iuch Information, Your aummary it to be u.ed for theee purpoeea.
                This Is a second  year continuation  of a two year proposal (R805643)
          which, was initiated  here on July 14,  1978.  Chlorination  of  drinking water
          supplies causes appearance of chlorinated phenols and other  potential toxic
          materials.  Chlorine dioxide (C1CL),  a possible alternate water disinfectant
          to  chlorine, has been  used for this purpose for several decades.  Unfortunately
          little is known about  the relative safety of this substance  and two of its
          metabolites (chlorite  and chlorate) for  animals and man.   Our initial short
          term studies in animals and man reveal that CIO- is safe  for animals and man.
          Our detailed findings  have been reported in our annual report to the En-
          vironmental Protection Agency.  We now propose to extend  these tolerances
          and safety studies to  longer term chronic studies in both animals and human
          adult volunteer subjects.  Every consideration and safeguard has been inserted
          into the studies in  man to insure the safety of all subjects.

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'PROJECT-  OO5O32-WATER HYACINTH WASTEWATER TREATMENT  SYSTEM
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
                                                                FTS 8-743-2243
                                                                LAKE BUENA VISTA
                                                                                          FL 3283O
  PROGRAM ID....
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT....
  TASK =LS22C-OOOO49  "-EPA=S805655-01   +-  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE    08/78  -  07/82  :    FY79
WR DUFFER                  EPA/ERL  -  ADA
RJ FOX                     REEDY  CREEK  IMPRV  DIST
O5/79 -CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE
08/79 -INITIAL HYACINTH CROP  ESTABLISHED
10/79 -PRELIMINARY TESTING COMPLETED
10/8O -COMPLETE TESTING UTILIZING  SECONDARY  EFFLUENT AS INPUT
10/81 -COMPLETE TESTING UTILIZING  PRIMARY  EFFLUENT  AS INPUT
05/82 -COMPLETE HARVESTING AND NUTRIENT ADDITION EXPERIMENTS
07/82 -COMPLETE FINAL PROJECT  REPORT EVALUATING  DESIGN VARIABLES
(PE-822 )           CONTROL TECH & POINT SOURCE- WATER QUALITY
1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
THE EXPERIMENTAL FACILITY  HAS  BEEN CONSTRUCTED AND  TESTS
INITIATED TO DETERMINE  THE TREATMENT EFFECTIVENESS  OF THE
SYSTEM FOR INPUTS OF PRIMARY  SEWAGE  EFFLUENT.
                      SSIE-GMA  6025        EPA  -S8O5655-O1
                      PE   -822
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO DEMONSTRATE AN INNOVATIVE AND  ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND WATER HYACINTH
 WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM  DESIGNED  TO RECYCLE WATER AND  NUTRIENTS.  SPECIFIC GOALS: MEET TERTIARY
 EFFLUENT STANDARDS OF  5 MG/L  BIOCHEMICAL  OXYGEN DEMAND (BOD) AND  SUSPENDED  SOLIDS (SS),  3 MG/L
 NITROGEN (N), 1 MG/L PHOSPHORUS (P):  SECONDARY  SYSTEM REMOVAL CAPABILITY  OF 85% BOD AND  75°( SS FROM
 PRIMARY SEWAGE. THE APPROACH  IS TO  OPERATE  A 5O.OOO GPD WASTEWATER  TREATMENT SYSTEM, MONITOR THE
 S'YSTEM AND ALL RELATED  ACTIVITIES AND  DETERMINE THE CAPABILITY OF THE SYSTEM TO MEET THE ABOVE
 OBJECTIVES.  PHASE I OF  THE PLAN WILL  DESIGN. CONSTRUCT. AND  OPERATE THE SYSTEM FOR  18 MONTHS:
 MONITOR SYSTEM, ANALYZE EFFECTIVENESS  AND PUBLISH  PERIODIC REPORTS  AND A  FINAL PHASE I REPORT. AS A
 SEPARATE ACTIVITY, CONDUCT STUDIES  TO  DETERMINE (1) BIOMASS  CHARACTERIZATION/GROWTH OPTIMIZATION OF
 THE WATER HYACINTH AND  (2) THE  ENERGY  CONVERSION POTENTIAL OF THE HYACINTH  THROUGH  ANAEROBIC
 DIGESTION. PRELIMINARY  DESIGN CRITERIA SHOULD BE DEVELOPED FOR WATER  HYACINTH TREATMENT  SYSTEMS
 RECEIVING MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER. DATA  FROM THIS  PROJECT ARE TO BE UTILIZED FOR DESIGN OF  A 1  O  MGD
 TREATMENT FACILITY
RECN-005O32
LABN-L822C-61
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD -RL1OB3O-1079
UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA'  PROTECTION AGENCY
   * OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    EVELOPMENT *
        GRANT PROJECT DES^    TIONS
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  ABSTRACT.   . .  .
                 RECN-O03576
                 LABN-M611D-O41
                 PROJECT-COMPLETED
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                 OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE
                  NATIVE COMMUNITY FOR
                                                                                 9O7-479-7728
                                                                                 WAINWRIGHT
                                                                                    ORD -RM10E51-1078
                                            UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 77
                                                                                                                        91
  TASK =M611B-OOOO41  **EPA=R805661-O1   * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE    10/77  -  10/78  :    FY78
MA MITCHELL                EPA/ERL  -  CORVALLIS
DD BODFISH                 WAINWRIGHT CITY  GOVT                  WAINWRIGHT                AK 99782
1O/78 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-611 )           WASTE  MANAGEMENT-  WATER  QUALITY
REPORT EVAL ELIM. OR  CONTROL  OF  POLLUTION.
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
                      SSIE-GMA   4222 1       EPA  -R805661-01
                      PE   -611
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                      FOR  TECHNICAL  ASSISTANCE AND OPERATION AND  MAINTENANCE SUPPORT TO A SMALL
                      THE  OPERATION  OF  A CENTRAL UTILITY  TYPE FACILITY  (INCLUDING WATER SUPPLY AND
 WASTE TREATMENT SYSTEMS)  FOR EVALUATION OF  ENGINEERING PERFORMANCE  AND INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT.
 FINAL OUTPUT: REPORT WHICH EVALUATES  METHODS TO PROVIDE  CENTRAL  COMMUNITY FACILITIES FOR SAFE WATER
 AND ELIMINATION OR CONTROL OF POLLUTION IN  SMALL COMMUNITIES LACKING SUCH FACILITIES.
•PROJECT:  OO1135-CHROMOSOME STUDIES  IN  HUMAN SUBJECTS  EXPOSED TO ARSENIC IN DRINKING
                 WATER
                   TASK =D614B-029COO  **EPA=R8O5665-01   **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O5/78  -  10/8O :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: DG GREATHOUSE              EPA/HERL  -  CINC
  INVESTIGATOR.: BK VIG                     UNIV OF NEVADA
  MILESTONES...  03/80 -PROJECT  COMPLETION  5 FINAL REPORT
  PROGRAM ID..   : (PE-614  )           PUBLIC SECTOR ACTIVITIES-  WATER SUPPLY
  MANDATE	   : 10-15     SAFE  DRINKING WATER  ACT
  ORDIS CODES.   : RECN-001135            SSIE-GMA  5376  1       EPA -R805665-01
                 PE  -614
  PROJ STATUS.    ACTIVE -MULTI YEAR      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOV
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT   . .  . : THE PROJECT IS  AIMED  AT FINDING OUT  IF  CHROMOSOME  EXPOSURE OF  HUMAN POPULATION FOR 5 OR MORE YEARS
                  TO ARSENIC AT  CONCENTRATIONS  OF 0.05 MG/L  OR  HIGHER IN DRINKING WATER INCREASES THE INCIDENCE OF
                  GENETIC DAMAGE  MEASURED AS CHROMOSOMES ABERRATIONS AND SISTER CHROMATID EXCHANGES (SCE'S) IN
                  COMPARISON TO  THOSE  INDIVIDUALS WHO  HAVE BEEN DRINKING WATER  CONTAINING ARSENIC LESS THAN 0.01
                  MG/L, A LIMIT  RECOMMENDED BY  THE U.S.E.P.A.  THE PLAN  CALLS  FOR ANALYZING LYMPHOCYTES GROWN IN
                  VITRO.  FAMILY  HISTORIES ABOUT ABNORMALITIES OF SKIN AND OTHER ORGANS OF THE BODY SHALL BE COLLECTED
                  AS WELL AS THE  DATA  ON FETAL  WASTAGE AND ABNORMALITIES OF BIRTHS AMONG THE OFFSPRING OF THE COUPLES
                  WHO HAVE BEEN  DRINKING ARSENIC-WATER.  THE  STUDIES SHALL BE  CARRIED OUT IN THE AREA AROUND RENO,
                  NEVADA, WHERE  A LARGE  NUMBER  OF FAMILIES IN RURAL AREAS DEPEND UPON THE WELL WATER CONTAINING AS
                  HIGH AN AMOUNT  OF  ARSENIC AS  2 MG/L.
                                                                                 FTS-8-684-7368
                                                                                 DEPT.  OF  BIOLOGY
                                                                                    ORD  -RD10B30-1079
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES..

  PROGRAM ID. . .
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                                         CML (612) 295-5145
                                         DEPT OF CIVIL ENG
                                         DEPT OF CIVIL ENG
                      - WATER QUALITY
  ORDIS  CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT	
-RENEWAL OF STUDIES OF OXYGEN PRODUCTION, LOSS, EXCHANGE, AND TRANSPORT
 RATES IN THE MERS FIELD CHANNELS
   TASK =N820A-QO0034 **EPA=R805678-01   ** (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O3/78 - OS/SO  •   FY79
 KE HOKANSON               EPA/ERL - DULUTH
 H  STEFAN                 UNIV OF MINNESOTA
 JS GULLIVER               UNIV OF MINNESOTA
 03/78 -INITIATE FIELD WORK
 09/79 -COMPLETE FIELD WORK
 (PE-820 )           FRESHWATER ECO EFFECTS
 3O-99     ECOLOGY
 COLLECTION OF FIELD DATA IN THERMAL AND AMBIENT CHANNELS
 AND ACID DOSED CHANNELS COMPLETED IN FORM OF
 INTERNAL MEMO.  DRAFT FINAL REPORT IN PREPARATJON.
 RECN-003729           SSIE-GMA  4926 1      EPA -R805678-01
 LAEN-N6O8A-103        PE  -820
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE: TO EVALUATE EXISTING AND DEVELOP NEW METHODS TO MEASURE PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND COMMUNITY
  RESPIRATION IN THE OUTDOOR EXPERIMENTAL CHANNELS. ASSUMPTIONS PREVIOUSLY MADE ARE FURTHER EVALUATED
  IN THE PRODUCTION AND RESPIRATION MEASUREMENTS IN AMBIENT. THERMAL AND ACIDIFIED CHANNELS. TO
  PROVIDE MERS A WORKING PROCEDURE.TO MEASURE COMMUNITY RESPONES. APPROACH: PROCEDURES INCLUDE
  EMPIRICAL MEASUREMENTS FOR REAERATION COEFFICIENTS. WIND EFFECTS. CHANNEL MORPHOLOGY, LONGITUDINAL
  COEFFICIENTS. COMMUNITY PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESPIRATION. AND SATURATION CONCENTRATIONS OF DISSOLVED
  OXYGEN.
                                            ORD -RN10B3O-3079
                                            UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79

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                                                GRANT PROJECT DESC   TIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O                  •« O R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*

•PROJECT: OO4958-ASSESSMENT  AND IMPLICATIONS OF BACTERIAL REGROWTH AND WATER DISTRIBUTION
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	•
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT ....
FTS 8-684-7232
PROG IN SOC ECOLOGY
  TASK =C824A-S2TO20  **EPA=R805680     ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  ':  07/78  -  O7/90 :    FY79
DJ REASONER                EPA/MERL - CINC
BH OLSON                   UNIV OF  CALIFORNIA
08/78 -SELECTION OF STUDY  DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
12/78 -ID OF PROBLEM  AREAS IN  DISTRIB.  SYSTEMS AND SEL.  OF AREAS TO STUDY
12/79 -COMPLETION OF  PHYS-.  CHEMICAL.  AND BACT.  CHARACTERIZATION OF SYSTEMS
02/80 -ID OF FACTORS  INVOLVED  IN CDLIFORM REGROWTH AND/OR SUPPRESSION
08/80 -FINAL REPORT - CONCLUSIONS  AND  RECOMMENDATIONS  FROM STUDY
(PE-824 )           DRINK  WATER TREAT  & GROUND WATER PROT  -DRINKING WATER
10-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER  ACT
POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW  APPOINTED AND TECHNICAL PROGRESS
SATISFACTORY.  TWO DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SELECTED FOR
STUDY.
RECN-004958           SSIE-GMA 6039         EPA  -R805680          ORD -RC10B3O-1079
PE  -824
ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO DELINEATE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH BACTERIAL REGROWTH AND COLIFORM SUPPRESSION OCCUR IN
 POTABLE WATER DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEMS. APPROACH:  THIS PROJECT WILL EXAMINE TWO DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
 WHICH HAVE ONGOING PROBLEMS WITH  HIGH STANDARD  PLATE  COUNTS OR  HIGH NONCOLIFORM COUNTS ON MEMBRANE
 FILTERS.  ONE SYSTEM  WILL  BE OF GROUND WATER ORIGIN WITH CHLORINATION AS THE ONLY WATER TREATMENT
 AND THE OTHER WILL BE  FROM  A  TREATED  SURFACE  WATER SOURCE.  BOTH SYSTEMS WILL RECEIVE RAW WATER THAT
 IS OF  GOOD QUALITY.  THE SYSTEMS WILL  BE MONITORED AS  THE FINISHED WATER LEAVES THE PLANT AND AT
 VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN THE  DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM  INCLUDING  ANY SPECIFIC PROBLEM AREAS. THE IDENTIFIED
 SYSTEMS WILL BE CHARACTERIZED PHYSICALLY AND  CHEMICALLY  PARAMETERS WITHIN THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
 AS TEMPERATURE. TURBIDITY.  COLOR. DISSOLVED OXYGEN,  PH.  RESIDUAL CHLORINE.  TRACE ELEMENTS,  AND
 ORGANIC CONTENT WILL BE MONITORED. SIMULTANEOUSLY,  STANDARD PLATE COUNTS WILL BE PERFORMED
 THROUGHOUT THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. THE TOTAL NUMBER  OF BACTERIA APPEARING ON THE STANDARD PLATE
 COUNT  WILL BE IDENTIFIED  AT LEAST FOUR TIMES  DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF  THE PROJECT. PHYSICAL.
 CHEMICAL, AND MICROBIOLOGICAL FACTORS  AFFECTING THE OCCURRENCE  OF BACTERIAL REGROWTH WILL BE
 IDENTIFIED. COLIFORM SUPPRESSION  WILL  BE EVALUATED IN TERMS OF  MICROBIAL POPULATION DENSITIES,
 TYPES  OF BACTERIAL GENERA PRESENT. AND POSSIBLE CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL  FACTORS.  ALTERATIONS IN THE
 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS TO ELIMINATE BACTERIAL REGROWTH  WILL BE EVALUATED THROUGH FIELD TRIALS. FINAL
 OUTPUT: RESULTS OF THIS STUDY SHOULD  PROVIDE  INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO
 BACTERIAL GROWTH OR  REGROWTH  IN TREATED WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS.  ADDITIONALLY THE STUDY  SHOULD
 ALSO YIELD INFORMATION ON THE CONDITIONS THAT RESULT  IN SUPPRESSION OF COLIFORM DETECTION IN
 TREATED DISTRIBUTION WATER.

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       RUN DATE: C7/09/8O                  *ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*

^PROJECT: OO6640-IN VIVO METHODS FOR ASSESSING NEUROTOXICITY
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.
  TASK  =HC2R  -9916OO **EPA=R8O5693     ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   O7/78 - O6/81     FYSO
LW REITER                  EPA/HERL - RTP
   BORSCHEIN               UNIV OF CINCINNATI
O7/78 -DEVELOP  CNS  LESIONING PROCEDURES
04/79 -VALIDATION OF 8-PLC SYSTEMS
04/79 -DEVELOPMENT  OF AUTOMATED BEHAVIORAL TEST SYSTEMS
04/79 -INITIATION OF CHRONIC LEAD EXPOSURE
(PE-C2R-)            HEALTH EFFECTS OF ENERGY RELATED POLLUTANTS
20-99     NONE
                       SSIE-HZ 8O9916        EPA -R8O5693
                   629-2671
                   CINCINNATI
                                             OH 45221
                                                                                    ORD -RH10B3O-2O8O
  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT. . .  .
                                                              ENTERED - 06-28-8O
                                                                                    UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
RECN-OO6640
PE  -C2R
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE PURPOSE OF  STUDY  IS  TO  DEVELOP NEW METHODOLOGIES FOR THE IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF NEUROTOXICITY
 WITHIN THE CNS. THE  TEST SYSTEM WILL UTILIZE BOTH BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL MEASURES TO EVALUATE
 HEAVY METAL TOXICITY  IN THE  MOUSE.  EXPERIMENTS PROGRESSING ON SCHEDULE.
-PROJECT'  O06315-IN VIVO METHODS FOR ASSESSING  NEUROTOXICITY
  EPA   O'FFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES. . .
  PROGRAM  ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT ....
  TASK = H834  -991600  **EPA=R805693      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  07/78  -  O6/81      FY79
LW REITER                  EPA/HERL  -  RTP
   UNKNOWN                 UNIV OF CINCINNATI
O7/78 -DEVELOP CNS LESIONING  PROCEDURES
O4/79 -VALIDATION OF  8-PLC SYSTEMS
O4/79 -DEVELOPMENT OF  AUTOMATED BEHAVIORAL  TEST  SYSTEMS
04/79 -INITIATION OF  CHRONIC  LEAD EXPOSURE
                   629-2671
                   CINCINNATI
                                             OH  45221
(PE-834  )
2O-99     NONE
RECN-OO6315
LABN-H834 -9916OO
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                     HEALTH  EFFECTS  -ENERGY
EPA -R8O5693
                      ORD -RH10B3O-2079
ENTERED - O6-28-8O
                      UPDATED-  O6-2S-8O
                      SSIE-HZ 799916
                      PE  -834
                      INFO-ORIGINAL
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE PURPOSE OF STUDY  IS TO DEVELOP NEW METHODOLOGIES  FOR  THE  IN  VIVO  DETERMINATION  OF  NEUROTOX1CITV
 WITHIN THE CNS. THE  TEST SYSTEM WIUL UTILIZE  BOTH BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL  MEASURES TO  EVALUATE
 HEAVY METAL TOXICITY IN THE MOUSE.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTS-  PROTECTION AGENC/
                                           - OFFICE OF RESEARCH t    EVELOPMENT -
                                                GRANT PROJECT DES^  r>TIONS
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                   TASK  ^H6O1E-O08897  **EPA=R8O5693     -* (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  07/78 - O6/81  :    FY78
  EPA  OFFICER.: LW REITER                  EPA/HERL - RTP
  INVESTIGATOR.: R  BORNSCHEIN              UNIV OF  CINCINNATI
                 IA MICHAELSON              UNIV OF  CINCINNATI
  MILESTONES. .: O6/81 -FINAL REPORT
  PROGRAM ID..  : (PE-601  )           HEALTH EFFECTS- AIR
  FINAL OUTPUT.: PUBLICATION IN OPEN LITERATURE
  MANDATE	: 3O-99     BEHAVIORAL  TOXICOLOGY
  ORDIS CODES.  ' RECN-OO2533           SSIE-GMA  5478        EPA -R8O5693
                                                                                 CIV & CIV ENG DEPT
                                                                                 CIV & CIV ENG DEPT
                                                                                    ORD -RH1OB3O-3078
                                                              ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 77
                 RECN-OO2533
                 PE  -6O1
  PROJ STATUS. :  PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS -PUELIC
  ABSTRACT ....:  THE STUDY WILL DEVELOP NEW METHODOLOGIES FOR THE IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF NEUROTOXICITY WITHIN THE
                  CNS. THE TEST SYSTEM  WILL UTILIZE  BOTH BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL MEASURES TO EVALUATE HEAV/ METAL
                  TOXICITY IN THE MOUSE.  THIS  APPROACH WILL RELY HEAVILY UPON A PROCEDURE, DEVELOPED BY iNDEN ET AL.
                  IN WHICH THE FUNCTIONING  OF  THE  EXTRAPYRAMIDIAL SYSTEM IS REFLECTED IN AN ANIMAL'S ASYMMETRIC
                  POSTURE AND LOCOMOTION. THIS  "ROTATIONAL BEHAVIOR" WILL BE USED ( 1 ) TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF
                  ACUTE  INTRACEREBRAL ADMINISTRATION OF NEUROTOXINS. AND (2) TO UNMASK COVERT CHANGES IN NEURAL
                  FUNCTION WHICH MAYsARISE  AS  A  RESULT OF LONG-TERM LOW LEVEL SYSTEMIC EXPOSURE TO NEUROTOXINS. THE
                  AIM IS TO DEVELOP  AN  APPROACH  WHICH LIES BETWEEN STRICT BEHAVIORAL  ANALYSES OF NEUROTOXICITY WHICH
                  DO NOT LEND THEMSELVES  TC STUDIES  OF MECHANISM OF ACTION.  AND THE MORE CLASSICAL IN VITRO
                  BIOCHEMICAL AND NEUROPHVSIOLOGICAL ASSAYS WHICH DO NOT READILY PERMIT EXTRAPOLATION TO THE
                  BEHAVIORAL LEVEL.  INITIAL STUDIES  WILL FOCUS ON THE USEFULNESS OF THIS METHODOLOGY IN THE
                  ASSESSMENT OF NEUROTOXICIT /  ARISING FROM EXPOSURE TO HEAVY METALS.  PARTICULARLY INORGANIC LEAD,
                  CADMIUM AND MERCURY.

-PROJECT: 001614-TRANSFER AND UTILIZATION OF PARTICULATE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID.  .
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT.
                   TASK  =F830M-79198O  - *EPA=R805725      •"•  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION  DATE  :  12/77  -  03/81  •    FY79
                 DC DREHMEL                 EPA/IERL  -  RTP
                 FP VENDITTI                UNIV OF DENVER
                 (PE-83O )            FLUE  GAS  PARTICULATE  CONTROL -ENERGV
                 10-02
                           CLEAN  AIR  ACT
                 RECN-O01614
                 PE  -83O
                 ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                        SSIE-GMA   4975  1
                                                              EPA  -R805725
                                             ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                                                                919-541-2925
                                                                DENVER  RES  INST
                                                                                    ORD -RF10B30-1079
                                                                   UPDATED-   OCT-DEC 79
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE  IS TO  PLAN,  ORGANIZE,  PUBLICIZE,  AND  CONDUCT  A  SYMPOSIUM COVERING ALL
 ASPECTS OF PATB TECHNOLOGY USED  FOR  CONTROLLING  PARTICULATE EMISSIONS.  THE  SYMPOSIUM WILL INCLUDE
 TUTORIAL SESSIONS. APPROACH: PROVIDE  REPORTS  OF  THE  PROCEEDINGS  FOR  THE  SYMPOSIUM,  PRESENTATION OF
 PATB TECHNOLOGY TO POTENTIAL USERS AND  TEACHING  USE  OF  PATB PARTICULATE  CONTROL  DEVICE MODELS.

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                U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

                 NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
                       read reverse before completing)
     PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
        form Approved
        CWfB JVo. JS8-RO081
PROJ

ssie
                                                               EPA
TITLE OF PROJECT  Development of  Processor-based Hierarchical  System for  Conmunication of
  	Integrated Pest Management Information	
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT. AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENCAGED IN THE PROJECT.

Dr.  Stuart H. Gage,  Dr.  Mark E. Whalon,  Dr. R. Lai Tummala,  Dr. George W.  Bird, and
Dr.  Dean L.  Hayhes—Department of  Entomology
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
   Michigan State  University
   East Lansing, Michigan   48824
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (I) Objeetl»«», (2) Approach. (3) Can-mi Plani *nd/or Procras* (300 word* or (•••. Omit conlldtntlul dmtm).
  In Ui« Smlthtonlan Science Information Exchange, «u=im»ri«» of wortc In proff*** ar« exchanged mith government and private afencle* *up-
  porUnf reaearch and are forwarded to Investigator* who requeat such Information. Your aummarv U to be uaed (or that* puipo«««-

      The overall  objective of  Phase I  has been to  evaluate the current  computer technolog
 and  hardware  available for pest  management application.   The system  described in the
 technical progress  report will provide optimal flexibility during the developmental
 phase of the  project.

      Listed are the accomplishments of Phase I as  they relate to the objectives of the
 original proposals:
      1.  Evaluation of computer  technology and hardware  at Michigan  State  as  they relate
          to pest  management.
      2.  Evaluation of potential  microcomputer systems that could be used  for data
          acquisition and, at the county level, as  intelligent terminals.
      3.  Evaluation of software  which  is  capable  of  both inter-computer and computer-
          application program communications.
      4.  Evaluation of potential  hardware which could  be used as a prototype  mode.
      5.  Development of a low  cost and reliable pest management computer communications
          system.

      In addition, nine criteria  were developed for the selection of  hardware  configura-
 tions.  This  system is based entirely on  low-cost  microcomputer units.   This  conceptuali-
zation is in-line with the distributed systems concept that is being developed via this
project.
      Software fa*? b?pn developed on the single user  microcomputer for three areas:
 1) utility software, 2) communications software,  and 3)  applications software.            I
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'PROJECT:  OO2137-SIMPLIFIED SAMPLING SYSTEMS
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. . . :
  FINAL  OUTPUT.:

  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                                         919-541-3085
                                         MECH ENG DEPT
 ORDIS  CODES. .

 PROd STATUS. ..

 ABSTRACT	
  TASK =GCO7  -OOO444  **EPA=R8O5738      »»  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  •  10/77  -  09/8O :    FY80
T  DYDEK                   EPA/ESRL  -  RTP
RJ HEINSOHN                PENNSYLVANIA STATE  UNIV
09/78 -CONSTRUCT  FIELD  PROTOTYPE
11/78 -DELIVER ONE  FIELD  PROTOTYPE TO  PO
12/78 -BEGIN  FIELD  TESTING
O9/80 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-C07 )           CHARAC.  &  MEASUREMENT  METHODS  DEVEL  -  AIR
SIMPLIFIED SOURCE SAMPLING SYSTEM FOR  PARTICULATE
EMISSION MEASUREMENT.
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
DILUTION EJECTOR  PUMP DEVELOPED AND  EVALUATED.
PROTOTYPE SYSTEM  DELIVERED TO  EPA. SECOND  PROTOTYPE
BEING EVALUATED AT  PENN STATE.
RECN-OO2137           SSIE-GMA  4912  2     EPA  -R8O5738
PE ' -CO7
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS TASK  IS TO DESIGN.  BUILD,  AND TEST  A  SIMPLIFIED  SOURCE  SAMPLING
 SYSTEM. THIS SYSTEM WILL BE SUITABLE  FOR  USE AS METHOpS 5,  17.  AND  THE  IP  SYSTEM.  THE SYSTEM WILL
 HAVE A DILUTION  SYSTEM WHICH  CAN COLLECT  PARTICULATE  MATTER AT  AMBIENT  TEMPERATURE  AND  PRESSURE.
 EASE OF HANDLING AND USE ARE  ALSO FACTORS WHICH ARE BEING  EVALUATED.  APPROACH: A DILUTION  EJECTOR
 PUMP IS THE  HEART  OF THIS SYSTEM. IT  PROVIDES THE PUMPING  AND THE NEEDED DILUTION AIR.
                                                                                   ORD  -RG10B3O-1O8O
                                            UPDATED-   O6-28-8O

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'PROJECT:  OOO266
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE.. . .
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT. . . .
-THE DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION OF A HVDROPERM MICROFILTRATION SYSTEM
 FOR THE TREATMENT OF BATTERY MANUFACTURE WASTEWATER  EFFLUENT
   TASK =B61OE-OOO4S6 "*EPA=R8O5748-O1  »  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 01/78 - O1/79  •   FY79
 CH DARVIN                 EPA/IERL - CINC                       FTS-3-684 - 4491
 JA BITLER                 GENERAL BATTERY  CORP                  READING                    PA 196O3
 J  BARANSKI               GENERAL BATTERY  CORP                  READING                    PA 19603
 TR SUNDARAM               HYDRONAUTICS INC                      APPL  SCI DEPT
 12/79 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
 (PE-61O )           INDUSTRIAL PROC. - WATER QUALITY
 10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
 20-30     AA FOR TOXIC SUBSTANCES
 3O-99     WASTEWATER TECHNOLOGY
 RECN-000266           SSIE-GMA  5091 1     ,EPA -R805748-01       ORD -RB10B30-5078
 PE  -610
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-80
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS -PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE IS TO DEMONSTRATE THE APPLICABILITY OF HYDROPERM MICROFILTRATION  FOR  THE VIRTUALLY
  COMPLETE REMOVAL OF SUSPENDED SOLIDS. AND FOR THE REMOVAL OF TOXIC HEAVY METALS. SPECIFICALLY  LEAD,
  TO LEVELS BELOW O.05 PPM FROM BATTERY MANUFACTURE WASTEWATER EFFLUENTS. HYDROPERM IS  A
  MICROFILTRATION SYSTEM.  THE PRINCIPAL ELEMENT OF WHICH  IS A HOLLOW TUBULAR FILTER OF  DISCRETE  WALL
  THICKNESS (APPROXIMATELY 6-9 MM ID) MADE  OF THERMOPLASTIC MATERIAL AND CONTAINING MICRON-SIZE
  PORES.  AT RELATIVELY LOW PRESSURES (APPROXIMATELY 5 PSI). THESE TUBES ARE  CAPABLE OF  VIRTUALLY
  TOTAL REMOVAL OF SUSPENDED SOLIDS AS WELL AS SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT  DISSOLVED
  SOLIDS FROM A VARIETY OF INDUSTRIAL AND DOMESTIC WASTEWATERS,  WHILE MAINTAINING REASONABLY HIGH
  PERMEATION RATES.  THE FILTRATE PERMEATES  THROUGH THE POROUS WALLS OF THE TUBE  IN A DIRECTION
  PERPENDICULAR TO THE DIRECTION OF FLOW OF THE FEED. THE TUBES  THEMSELVES CAN BE OPTIMIZED  IN TERMS
  OF THEIR PERFORMANCE BY  PROPER CHOICE OF OPERATING PRESSURE AND FEED CIRCULATION VELOCITY.
  MOREOVER, THE TUBES CAN BE MADE WITH CONTROLLED MICROPOROSITY  AND PORE-SIZE DISTRIBUTION SO AS TO
  OPTIMIZE THEIR APPLICATION TO A PARTICULAR TVPE OF WASTEWATER. THIS WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF PHASE I
  OF THE PROGRAM. PHASE II WILL BE A COMPREHENSIVE,  8-MONTH PROGRAM INVOLVING THE DESIGN,
  CONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION AND DEMONSTRATION OF A 24,000 GPD HYDROPERM SYSTEM. INTERFACING WITH THE
  EXISTING WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AT THE GENERAL BATTERY PLANT IN HAMBURG. PENNSYLVANIA. FOUR
  COMPACT HYDROPERM MODULES WILL BE USED,  EACH CONTAINING 100 SQUARE FT OF FILTRATION SURFACE AREA.

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'PROJECT:  000863-ANALYTICAL METHODS EVALUATION FOR APPLICABILITY  IN LEACHATE ANALYSIS
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM  ID..
  MANDATE	
                                                                FTS  8-684-7871
                                                                SCHOOL  OF  PUBLIC  HLTH
 CURR.  RESULTS:

 ORDIS  CODES. . :

 PROJ STATUS. . :

 ABSTRACT	:
  TASK =CC73  -S1T03O  **EPA=R8O5753      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  12/76  -  05/80 :    FY80
DE SANNING                 EPA/MERL  - CINC
FB DEWALLE                 UNIV  OF WASHINGTON
O9/78 -DRAFT  FINAL  REPORT
12/78 -REPORT PUBLISHED
12/78 -SUMMARIZE RESULTS OF  "ROUND ROBIN"  LEACHATE  ANALYSIS  STUDY
09/80 -FINAL  REPORT PUBLISHED
(PE-C73 )           SOLID  &  HAZARDOUS  WASTE
          RESOURCE  CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
          DAA FOR SOLID WASTE
          EPA REGION  X
          CHEMISTRY
DRAFT FINAL REPORT  RECEIVED  AND REVIEWED AND
RESUBMITTED FOR TYPING.
RECN-OO0863           SSIE-GMA   3581 3      EPA  -R805753
                      PE   -C73
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
IT IS THE PURPOSE OF  THE PROPOSED RESEARCH  TO  EVALUATE THIRTY  OR MORE  PHYSICAL  AND  CHEMICAL METHODS
 FOR THEIR APPLICABILITY IN  ANALYSES OF CONTAMINATED MUNICIPAL AND  INDUSTRIAL  LEACHATE  STREAMS.  THIS
 RESEARCH IS NECESSARY  SINCE EXISTING  ANALYTICAL METHODS  WERE  PRIMARILY  DEVELOPED FOR ANALYSES OF
 WATER AND WASTEWATER AND  THEIR DIRECT APPLICATION  TO  LEACHATE ANALYSES  WAS  FOUND TO LEAD  TO
 ERRONEOUS RESULTS. THE ACCURACY OF THE METHODS  WILL BE TESTED WITH THE  STANDARD ADDITION  TECHNIQUE
 WHILE THE PRECISION  WILL  BE EVALUATED BY TWELVE OR  MORE  PARTICIPATING LABORATORIES. ANALYSES  OF
 VARIANCE WILL DETERMINE THE BETWEEN-LABORATORY  AND  THE WITHIN-LABORATORY  ERROR.
                 1O-O5
                 2O-14
                 20-R10
                 30-99
LABN-C618A-O95
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD  -RC10B30-5079
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•PROJECT: OO2159-AN IN-STACK DIFFUSION CLASSIFIER FOR AEROSOL MASS  DISTRIBUTION
                 MEASUREMENTS
                   TASK =GCO7  -OOO445  **EPA=R805762-02  **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  1O/77 - O9/8O :    FY8O
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
KT KNAPP                   EPA/ESRL  -  RTP                        FTS  8-629-3085
DA LUNDGREN                STATE UNIV  SYS OF  FLORIDA             ENV  ENG  DEPT
O6/78 -CONSTRUCT PROTOTYPE
                 09/78 -COMPLETE CALIBRATION
                 03/79 -DELIVER FIELD  PROTOTYPE
                 06/79 -BEGIN FIELD TESTING
                 09/80 -FINAL REPORT
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-C07  )           CHARAC. & MEASUREMENT  METHODS  DEVEL  -  AIR
  FINAL OUTPUT.: IN STACK DIFFUSION CLASSIFIER
  MANDATE	: 1O-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
  CURR. RESULTS: LAB PROTOTYPE MADE OF ALUMINUM  FABRICATED  AND  TESTED.
                 TWO STAINLESS STEEL PROTOTYPES  COMPLETED AND WILL  BE
                 FIELD TESTED.
  ORDIS CODES.   RECN-O02159           SSIE-GMA  4911  2      EPA  -R8O5762-02        ORD  -RG10B30-1OSO
                 LABN-G712B-BC-012     PE  -C07
  PROd STATUS..  ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     IN" UPDATED          ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN      UPDATED-   06-28-8O
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCE35-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT..  ..: OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE  OF THIS  WORK IS TO DEVELOP.  FABRICATE,  AND  TEST AN  IN-STACK DIFFUSION
                  PARTICLE SIZE CLASSIFIER. APPROACH:  AN  IN-STACK DIFFUSION DEVICE  WITH FIVE  SIZING  STAGES WHICH USE
                  A DIFFERENT NUMBER OF DIFFUSION  SCREENS WILL  BE USED.


'PROJECT: OOO279-METAL REMOVAL AND CYANIDE DESTRUCTION USING AN ELECTROCHEMICAL  REACTOR

                   TASK =B610B-OOO725  »*EPA=S8O5768-01  *fe  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE : 04/78  -  07/79 :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: CH DARVIN                 EPA/IERL  -  CINC                       FTS 8-684-4491
  INVESTIGATOR.: EP DURKIN                 METAL FINISHERS  FOUNDATION            CHICAGO                   IL  60601
                 E  ROOF                   METAL FINISHERS  FOUNDATION            CHICAGO                   IL  60601
  MILESTONES...: 07/79 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-610  )           INDUSTRIAL  PROC.  - WATER QUALITY
  MANDATE	: 10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
                 20-11     DAA FOR WATER PLANNING  AND  STANDARDS
  CURR. RESULTS: PLANT ASSESSMENT COMPLETE WITH  45 RECOMMENDATIONS
                 FOR WATER REDUCTION AND CHEMICAL  SAVINGS.  FIRST OF
                 SIX REACTORS DUE FOR  INSTALLATION MAY 79.
  ORDIS CODES.  : RECN-000279           SSIE-GMA  5093  1      EPA  -S805768-01        ORD  -RB10B30-5079
                 PE  -610
  PROJ STATUS..: ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN      UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	  OBJECTIVE: TO DEMONSTRATE INDUSTRIALLY THE TECHNICAL  AND ECONOMIC  CAPABILITIES OF AN ELECTROCHEMICAL
                  REACTOR TO REMOVE TRACE  METALS AND CYANIDES IN METAL  FINISHING  EFFLUENTS. APPROACH:  AFTER THE
                  COMPLETION OF THE FINAL  ENGINEERING  AND DESIGN, THE  REACTOR SYSTEM  WILL THEN BE CONSTRUCTED AND
                  INSTALLED. THE ELECTROCHEMICAL REACTOR  SYSTEM WILL BE OPERATED  AND  EVALUATED USING RINSE  TANK
                  DISCHARGE AND FINAL  PLANT EFFLUENT.

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•PROJECT-  O01118-AVAILABIL1TY OF CADMIUM TO  RATS  FROM  CROPS  GROWN ON CADMIUM ENRICHED
                 SOILS
                   TASK =06146-011EOO  **EPA=R805774-01   *-  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  O3/78  -  02/81      F/73
  EPA   OFFICER.:  RJ BULL                   EPA/HERL  -  CINC                       FTS 8-684-7213
  INVESTIGATOR.:  DR EUHLER                 OREGON STATE  UNIV                     SCH OF  AGRIC/ENTOMOL DEPT
                 IJ TINSLEY                OREGON STATE  UNIV                     SCH OF  AGR IC./ENTOMOL DEPT
                 DC WRIGHT                 OREGON STATE  UNIV                     SCH OF  AGRIC/ENTOMOL DEPT
  MILESTONES...   O6/79 -SET-UP AND PRODUCTION OF  1O9 CD  LABELLED  FOODSTUFFS
                 06/80 -INITIAL RESULTS WITH ONE  FOODSTUFF COMPARED  TO  DRINKING WATER
                 O6/81 -PROJECT COMPLETION,  FINAL REPORT
                 (PE-614 )           DRINKING WATER
                 1O-O5     RESOURCE CONSERVATION  AND RECOVERY  ACT
PROGRAM ID..
MANDATE	
ORDIS CODES.
 PROJ  STATUS.

 ABSTRACT
               RECN-OO1118
               PE   -614
               PROJECT-ACTIVE
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                       SSIE-GMA  5378
                                                              EPA  -R8O5774-01
                                                              ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RD1OB3O-1078
                                                                                    UPDATED-   OCT-DEC
                       INFO-ORIGINAL
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
WE PLAN TO DETERMINE THE  AVAILABILITY  OF  CADMIUM BY RATS FROM EDIBLE PLANTS GROWN ON CADMIUM
 ENRICHED SOILS. SPECIFICALLY  WE  WILL  MEASURE  THE ABSORPTION AMD TISSUE DISTRIBUTION OF 1O9CD IN
 WEANLING RATS  FED  SEMISYNTHETHIC DIETS CONTAINING SPINACH,  CARROTS, LETTUCE,  SOYBEANS, TOMATOES AND
 WHEAT GROWN ON SOIL TREATED WITH 1O9  CDCL2  AND COMPARE  THE  RELATIVE UPTAKE OF METAL WITH THAT FOUND
 FROM SIMILAR NONRADIOACTIVE DIETS SPIKED WITH IDENTICAL CONCENTRATIONS OF 1O9 CDCL2. WE WILL ALSO
 DETERMINE THE  INFLUENCE  OF COOKING  ON THE UPTAKE OF 1O9CD BY RATS FED A VEGETABLE DIET AND
 INVESTIGATE THE DISTRIBUTION  AND NATURE  QF'1O9 CD BINDING IN THE VARIOUS CROPS-

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'PROJECT  OO5483-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT

  MANDATE..
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                                                                   FV8O
             - CINC
    LOUISIANA STATE UNIV
    LOUISIANA STATE UNIV
              FTS-8-684-7653
              CTR FOR WETLANDS  RES
              CTR FOR WETLANDS  RES
PHVSIOCHEMICAL  PARAMETERS REGULATING CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL
AVAILABILITY  OF  TRACE AND TOXIC METALS IN SLUDGE-AMENDED  SOI
  TASK = CC36  -O1TC40 "'EPA=R805789     '* (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  10/78 - 12/80
OA RYAN                    EPA/MERL
WH PATRICK
RP GAMBRELL
09/80 -PROJECT  COMPLETED
12/80 -REPORT DEFINING EFFECT  ON PH AND REDOX ON HEAVY METAL  SOLUBILITY
(PE-C36 )            URBAN SYS  & TOXICS RESIDUAL MANAGE -  WATER  QUALITY
REPORT DEFINING  EFFECT OF PH AND REDOX ON HEAVY METAL
SOLUBILITY
30-99     WASTEWATER TREATMENT
RECN-005483            SSIE-GMA  5672 1      EPA -R805789
PE  -C36
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNk
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE  PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROPOSED RESEARCH  IS TO  DETERMINE  THE EFFECTS OF SOIL PH
 AND OXIDATION-REDUCTION CONDITIONS ON THE' CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL  AVAILABILITY OF TRACE AND TOXIC
 METALS IN SEWAGE  SLUDGE APPLIED TO AGRICULTURAL SOILS. AN  ADDITIONAL OBJECTIVE IS TO DETERMINE THE
 EFFECTS OF AN  ALTERED REDOX POTENTIAL ON THE METAL CAPACITY  OF SOLUBLE  AS  WELL AS INSOLUBLE. LARGE
 MOLECULAR WEIGHT  HUMIC MATERIALS. SUSPENSIONS OF SLUDGE - AMENDED  SOIL WILL  BE  INCUBATED UNDER
 CONTROLLED PH  AND REDOX POTENTIAL CONDITIONS AND A SEQUENTIAL  CHEMICAL  FRACTIONATI ON PROCEDURE WILL
 BE EMPLOYED  TO  DETERMINE THE  CHEMICAL FORM OF METALS IN  THE  INCUBATED SUSPENSION. PLANTS WILL BE
 GROWN IN STIRRED  SUSPENSIONS  AND IN UNDISTURBED SOIL CORES IN  WHICH PH  AND OX I DAT I ON-REDUCTI ON
 CONDITIONS ARE  CONTROLLED TO  MEASURE THE TREATMENT EFFECTS ON  PLANT UPTAKE OF TRACE AND TOXIC
 METALS. SOIL AND  SLUDGE ORGANICS WILL BE EXTRACTED AND THE STABILITY CONTENT  DETERMINED FOR
 METAL-ORGANIC  COMPLEXES UNDER THE EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS. THE RESULTS  OF  THIS STUDV SHOULD PROVIDE
 INFORMATION  FOR MANAGING LAND APPLICATION OF SEWAGE SLUDGE TO  MINIMIZE  THE MOBILITY AND BIOLOGICAL
 AVAILABILITY OF TOXIC METALS.
                                             ORD  -RC10B3O-3080
                                             UPDATED-   O6-28-8O

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^PROJECT'  006359-EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTANTS  ON  RESISTANCE  OF  RESPIRATORY  INFECTIONS.
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT	
                                                                                 FTS  8-629-2531
  TASK =HCO3  -92O9OO  +*EPA=R805794      ••  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  05/78  -  O5/81  :    FY80
DE GARDNER                 EPA/HERL  -  RTP
   EHRLICH                 UNKNOWN
01/79 -COMPLETE  INITIAL  STUDIES  ON  EFFECT  OF  SULFATES
OS/79 -COMPLETE  INITIAL  STUDIES  ON  EFFECT  OF  NITRITES
11/79 -COMPLETE  INITIAL  STUDIES  ON  EFFECT  OF  SULFITES
03/79 -COMPLETE  3-MONTH  EXPOSURE TO  N02 AND 03  MIXTURES
08/79 -COMPLETE  6-MONTH  EXPOSURE TO  N02 AND 03  MIXTURES
09/80 -COMPLETE  12-MONTH EXPOSURE TO  N02 AND  03 MIXTURES
01/80 -INITIATE  SUBCHRONIC STUDIES  WITH CUS04 AND  ZNS04
09/80 -COMPLETE  STUDIES  WITH CU  AND  ZN SULFATE.
O4/81 -COMPLETE  03-SULFATE STUDIES.
(PE-C03 )           HEALTH EFFECTS/  NON-CRIT  POLL  -AIR
10-O2     CLEAN  AIR ACT
RECN-OO6359           SSIE-HZ  8O9209
PE  -C03
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 THIS RESEARCH IS TO DETERMINE THE RELATIVE TOXICOLOGICAL  INFLUENCE  OF  THE  CATION VS.  THE ANION OF A
 VARIETY OF SULFATE, NITRATE AND NITRITES  SPECIES,  ALONE AND  IN  COMBINATION.  IN ADDITION, CERTAIN
 CHEMICALS WILL  BE COMBINED ANIMAL MODEL FOR  STUDIES OF MIXED BACTERIAL/VIRAL WITH A GASEOUS
 POLLUTANT. THE  MAJOR OBJECTIVE  IS TO  STUDY THE  EFFECTS OF  THESE  AIRBORN  CHEMICALS ON THE RESISTANCE
 TO RESPIRATORY  INFECTIONS AND TO ELUCIDATE THE  MECHANISM  OF  THESE  EFFECTS.  IN ADDITION,  ATTEMPTS TO
 DEVELOP AN ANIMAL MODEL  FOR STUDIES OF MIXED BACTERIAL/ VIRAL INFECTIONS.  USE MODEL IN SHORT/LONG
 TERM EXPOSURES. CHANGES  IN MORTALITY  RATE AND  MEAN SURVIVAL  TIME OF  MICE CHALLENGED WITH A
 STREPTOCOCCUS AEROSOL FOLLOWING A 3-HR EXPOSURE TO VARIOUS SULFATE  COMPOUNDS WERE COMPLETED.  HIGH
 CONCENTRATIONS  (GT1 MG/M3) OF FERROUS, ALUMINUM ZINC AND  ALUMINUN  AMMONIUM SULFATE DID NOT
 SIGNIFICANTLY ALTER THESE PARAMETERS  AS COMPARED  TO CONTROLS. ALUMINUM SULFATE DID INCREASE
 MORTALITY BUT THE CONCENTRATION WAS  1.9 MG/M3. NITRATES AND  NITRITES WERE  ALSO STUDIED.  CD (N03)2
 ELICITED A SIGNIFICANT  INCREASE IN MORTALITY AT O.4 MG/M3. AL(N03)3  INCREASED MORTALITY  AT 2.1  G
 BUT NOT AT 1.O  MG/M3 . A  SINGLE  3 HR EXPOSURE TO CANO2. KNO2 ,  NANO2 ,  AND  NH-3NO2 FAILED  TO INDUCE ANY
 SIGNIFICANT  EFFECT EVEN THOUGH  HIGH CONCENTRATION (GTS.5  MG/M3)  WERE GIVEN.
EPA -R805794
ENTERED - 06-28-8O
                      ORD -RH10B3O-1080
                      UPDATED-  O6-28-8O

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"PROJECT- OO6130-EFFECTS  OF AIR POLLUTANTS ON  RESISTANCE  OF  RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS.
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM  ID. .
  MANDATE ....
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
  TASK = H817  -9209OO *•EPA=R8O5794     '* (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  05/78 - 05/81 :    FY79
DE GARDNER                 EPA/HERL - RTP
   UNKNOWN                 UNKNOWN
01/79 -COMPLETE  INITIAL  STUDIES ON EFFECT OF SULFATES
O8/79 -COMPLETE  INITIAL  STUDIES ON EFFECT OF NITRITES
11/79 -COMPLETE  INITIAL  STUDIES ON EFF.ECT OF SULFITES
03/79 -COMPLETE  3-MONTH  EXPOSURE TO N02 AND 03 MIXTURES
08/79 -COMPLETE  6-MONTH  EXPOSURE TO N02 AND 03 MIXTURES
09/8O -COMPLETE  12-MONTH EXPOSURE TO N02 AND 03 MIXTURES
01/80 -INITIATE  SUBCHRONIC STUDIES WITH CUS04 AND ZNS04
09/80 -COMPLETE  STUDIES  WITH CU AND ZN SULFATE.
O4/81 -COMPLETE  03-SULFATE STUDIES.
(PE-817  )            HEALTH EFFECTS/ NON-CRIT POLL   - AIR
2O-23     DAA  FOR  AIR DUALITY  PLANNING AND STANDARDS
                                                                                  FTS 8-629-2531
RECN-006130
LABN-H817  -9209OO
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
SS1E-HZ 799209
PE  -817
INFO-ORIGINAL
ACCESS-PUBLIC
                                             EPA -R805794
ENTERED - 06-28-80
                                                                   ORD  -RH10B30-2079
                      UPDATED-  06-28-80
 THIS RESEARCH  IS  TO  DETERMINE THE RELATIVE TOXICOLOGICAL INFLUENCE OF  THE  CATION VS.  THE ANION OF A
 VARIETY OF  SULFATE.  NITRATE AND NITRITES SPECIES, ALONE AND IN COMBINATION.  IN ADDITION. CERTAIN
 CHEMICALS WILL  BE COMBINED ANIMAL MODEL FOR STUDIES OF MIXED BACTERIAL/VIRAL WITH A GASEOUS
 POLLUTANT.  THE  MAJOR OBJECTIVE IS TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF THESE AIRBORN  CHEMICALS ON THE RESISTANCE
 TO RESPIRATORY  INFECTIONS AND TO ELUCIDATE THE MECHANISM OF THESE EFFECTS.  IN ADDITION.  ATTEMPTS TO
 DEVELOP AN  ANIMAL MODEL  FOR STUDIES OF MIXED BACTERIAL/ VIRAL INFECTIONS.  USE MODEL IN SHORT/LONG
 TERM EXPOSURES.  THE  EFFECTS OF 6 OR 9 MONTHS EXPOSURE TO N02 AND 03 MIXTURES FOLLOWED BY CHALLENGE
 WITH A STREPTOCOCCUS AEROSOL AND RE-E,VPOSURE TO THE POLLUTANTS FOR 14  MORE  DAYS WERE STUDIED IN
 MICE.  IN THE 6-MONTH EXPOSED MICE.  MORTALITY RATES OF ALL EXPERIMENTAL GROUPS WERE GREATER THAN THE
 CONTROLS HOWEVER.  THE ONLY GROUP WHERE THE DIFFERENCE WAS STATISTICALLY  SIGNIFICANT WAS  EXPOSED
 CONTINUOUSLY TO A BACKGROUND CONCENTRATION OF 0.1 PPM N02 WITH SUPERIMPOSED 3 HP, DAY.  5  DAY/WEEK
 PEAKS  OF 0.5 PPM  N02 AND 0.1 PPM 03. THE DIFFERENCE IN MORTALITY RATE  BETWEEN THE CONTROLS AND THE
 OTHER  THREE EXPERIMENTAL GROUPS. O.1 PPM 03 ALONE. O.5 PPM N02 ALONE.  AND  O.1 PPM 03 AND O.5 PPM
 N02 IN MIXTURE  (ALL  3 HR/DAY.  5 DAYS/WEEK) APPROACHED SIGNIFICANCE (.05GT  PLT .10).  THE  MEAN
 SURVIVAL TIMES  OF THE EXPERIMENTAL  GROUPS DID NOT DIFFER FROM THE CONTROLS.  IN THE 9-MONTH EXPOSED
 MICE UNUSUALLV  HIGH  MORTALITIES IN  THE CONTROL MICE PRECLUDED MEANINGFUL ASSESSMENT OF TREATMENT
 DIFFERENCES. THE  RESPIRATORY TRACTS OF THREE MICE EACH FROM THE CONTROL  AND TWO N02 AND  03 MIXTURE
 GROUPS OF THE  9-MONTH EXPOSURE STUDY WERE EXAMINED BY SCANNING ELECTRON  MICROSCOPY.  SOME TERMINAL
 BRONCHI WERE DEVOID  OF CILIA IN BOTH EXPERIMENTAL GROUPS.  THICKENED ALVEOLI  WERE PRESENT IN MICE
 EXPOSED TO  THE  N02 AND 03 MIXTURE.  ALVEOLI WERE THICKENED AND FUSED IN MICE  EXPOSED TO THE
 BACKGROUND  N02  AS WELL AS THE N02 AND 03 MIXTURE. IN SOME INSTANCES.  INDIVIDUAL ALVEOLI  WERE NOT
 DISCERNIBLE. AN INITIAL  STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF NITRITE AEROSOLS WAS CARRIED OUT.  ACUTE  3-HR
 EXPOSURE TO 4.73  MG/M3 NAN02 ELICITED NO ALTERATIONS IN MORTALITY RATE OR  MEAN SURVIVAL  TIME OF
 MICE CHALLENGED WITH A STREPTOCOCCUS AEROSOL.

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'•PROJECT:  OO4724-DEMONSTRATION OF THE SWIRL. HELICAL BEND AND  TEACUP  REGULATOR/SEPARATOR
                 AS STORM SEWER CONTROL DEVICES
                   TASK =CC35 -S2T012 *+EPA=S8O5795      '"  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE : 03/78 -  12/80      FY80
                 RP TRAVER                 EPA/MERL - CINC                       FTS-8-340-6677
                 WC PISANO                 BOSTON CITY  GOVERNMENT                BOSTON
                 G  ARONSON                BOSTON CITY  GOVERNMENT                BOSTON
                 O8/78 -DETAILED SITE CLASSIFICATION, COMPUTER MODELING
                 02/79 -SITE PREPARATION
                 O6/79 -COMPLETE INSTALLATION OF POLLUTION  CONTROL DEVICES
                 O6/8O -COMPLETE FIELD EVALUATION PROGRAM
                 O9/80 -DRAFT FINAL REPORT
                 (PE-C35 )           WASTEWATER SYSTEMS  CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
                 10-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
                 3O-99     URBAN RUNOFF TREATMENT
                                         HELICAL BEND DEVICES
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.:

MILESTONES...:
PROGRAM ID.
MANDATE. . .  .
                                                         MA
                                                         MA
 CURR.  RESULTS:

 ORDIS  CODES..

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	:
               INSTALLATION  OF  SWIRL
               COMPLETE .
               RECN-004724
               LABN-C822A-S2TO12
               ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH
5877 1
            EPA -S805795
                                  ORD -RC10B30-5O80
            ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                  UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE   -C35
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE SWIRL, HELICAL BEND AND TEACUP CONCENTRATOR/REGULATORS  ARE  BEING  EVALUATED  UTILIZING
 THREE 6 CFS STORMWATER AND SIMULATED COMBINED  SEWER WASTE  STREAMS. THE  TEACUP SEPARATOR WILL ALSO
 BE EVALUATED AS A RAW SEWAGE TREATMENT DEVICE.  APPROACH: THE  PROJECT  INVOLVES DESIGN.  FABRICATION.
 INSTALLATION AND TESTING  OF THE  SWIRL HELICAL  BEND AND TEACUP REGULATOR/SEPARATORS  FOR AN EIGHT
 MONTH PERIOD.

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'PROJECT:  O03781-OUANTITATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF GREAT  LAKES PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.  .

  PROGRAM  ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT. . .
  TASK = N769  -OOOO4O  - *EPA = R8O5796-01   ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O2/78 -  O4/80 .    FY79
NA THOMAS                  EPA/ERL - DULUTH
EF STOERMER                UNIV OF MICHIGAN
L  SICKO GOAD              UNIV OF MICHIGAN
TB LADEWSKI                UNIV OF MICHIGAN
RG KRIES                   UNIV OF MICHIGAN
04/80 -FINAL  REPORT-   ECO.  IMPORTANT PHYTOPLANKTON IN RELATION TO POLL.
09/80 -ECOLOGICAL  RESEARCH  SERIES REPORT
(PE-769 )           GREAT  Li-:ES PROGRAM
ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH SERIES  REPORT
10-O1     FEDERAL  WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
RECN-003781            SSIE-GMA  5210 1
PE  -769
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVES  OF  THIS PROJECT  IS TO PROVIDE
EPA -R805796-01
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                   FTS 8-226-78 1 1
                   GRADUATE SCHOOL
                   GRADUATE SCHOOL
                   GRADUATE SCHOOL
                   GRADUATE SCHOOL
                            STRESSES
                      ORD -RN10B30-1079
                      UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 80
                                                                        A  COMPLETE  CHARACTERIZATION OF CERTAIN
                   ECOLOGICALLY IMPORTANT PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS OCCURRING  IN THE  LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES. THE MAIN
                   TOPICS WHICH WILL BE ADDRESSED INCLUDE:  1. THE RANGE  IN  SIZE AND MORPHOLOGICAL PLASTICITV OF
                   QUANTITATIVELY IMPORTANT PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS OCCURRING IN THE  LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES. 2. THE
                   PRESENTLY DOCUMENTED DISTRIBUTION OF THESE POPULATIONS WITHIN THE  GREAT  LAKES SYSTEM.  3.
                   QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF EXTERNAL FORM AND INTERNAL  CELLULAR CONSTITUENTS  AND MODIFICATIONS WHICH
                   OCCUR DURING THE ORGANISMS NORMAL LIFE CYCLE. 4. THE  SPECIFIC EFFECTS  OF  EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENTAL
                   FACTORS IN MODIFYING CELLULAR MORPHOLOGY. THE WORK IS  DESIGNED  TO  SUPPORT  BOTH CLASSICAL POPULATION
                   DISTRIBUTION BASED UPON WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT AND  THE  DEVELOPMENT OF  MORE REALISTIC MULTIPLE
                   PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPARTMENT MODELS OF PHYTOPLANKTON DYNAMICS. THE PROBLEM  WILL BE APPROACHED
                   PRIMARILY THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF QUANTITATIVE LIGHT  AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPY (STEREOLOGY ) OF
                   BOTH NATURALLY OCCURRING POPULATIONS AND POPULATIONS  EXPOSED TO CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTAL
                   PERTURBATION.

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       RUN DATE: 07/09/80
                                      UNITED STATES ENVIP.ONMENTA'  PROTECTION AGENCY
                                         " OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    EVELOPMENT -
                                              GRANT PROJECT DESi.   TIONS
                                         'ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT-
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'PROJECT: OO1115-A  STUDY  OF  THE DISTRIBUTION AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF GIARDIA LAMBLIA IN
                 DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY
                    TASK  =DC60 -5BO005 +*EPA=R805809     * * (GRANT)
                    STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  O4/7S - O3/81  :    FY8O
                 W   JAKUBOWSKI              EPA/HERL - CINC                      FTS 8-684-7385
                 F   FROST                  STATE HEALTH DIV                     SOC/HLTH SERVICES DEPT
                 07/79 -INTERIM REPORT - CASE-FINDING AND ANIMAL POSITIVITY DATA
                 04/80 -COMPLETION OF CASE-CONTROL STUDY
                 O8/8O -ASSESSMENT OF WATERBORNE TRANSMISSION
                 03/81 -FINAL REPORT ON HUMAN STOOL SURVEY
                 (PE-C6O  )            HEALTH EFFECTS  - DRINKING WATER
                 FINAL REPORT ON HUMAN STOOL SURVEY
                 10-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER  ACT
                 20-13     DAA  FOR DRINKING WATER
                 WIDESPREAD DISTRIBUTION OF HUMAN CASES OF
                 GIARDIASIS HAS BEEN REVEALED IN WASHINGTON STATE.
                 INFECTED BEAVER AND MUSKRAT FOUND IN 20 COUNTIES.
                 GIARDIASIS OCCURS IN MANY  SMALL OUTBREAKS. AMONG
                 TRAVELERS, PERSONS WITH BACKCOUNTRY EXPOSURE,
                 CHILDREN AND IN ISOLATED CASES WITH NO OBVIOUS SOURCE.
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES...
PROGRAM ID...
FINAL OUTPUT.•
MANDATE	:

CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	
                                      SSIE-GMA
                                      PE  -C60
                                      INFO-UPDATED
                                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                                                  B377 2
                                                              EPA -R8O5809
                                                                                    ORD -RD1OE3O-5O8O
                                             ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-   06-28-80
RECN-OO1115
LABN-D823B-011A
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE:  DETERMINE THE OCCURRENCE  OF  GIARDIASIS  IN  HUMAN  POPULATIONS  AND  THE  OCCURRENCE  OF GIARDIA
 IN WATERSHED ANIMAL POPULATIONS  IN  WASHINGTON  STATE;  DETERMINE  THE  EXTENT  TO WHICH WATER  SUPPLIES
 MAY ACT AS THE VEHICLE FOR TRANSMISSION  OF  GIARDIASIS.  APPROACH:  CONTACTS  WILL BE  MADE  WITH ALL
 PHYSICIANS AND DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES IN THE  STATE  TO  IMPROVE  CASE  REPORTING;  5-YEAR  RETROSPECTIVE
 DATA WILL BE ANALYZED TO DETERMINE  SEASONALITY; A  CASE-CONTROL  STUDY WILL  BE COMPLETED  TO DETERMINE
 ASSOCIATION OF CASES WITH DRINKING  WATER; SPECIMENS  OF  ANIMAL  INTESTINAL CONTENTS  WILL  BE SOLICITED
 FROM TRAPPERS; FILTERED WATER  SAMPLES  WILL  BE  EXAMINED  FOR  THE  ORGANISM.
-"PROJECT:  005189-SMOG CHAMBER STUDY OF  AROMATICS
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT	
                 TASK =GC05 -000295  *fEPA=R805812-02   **  (GRANT)
                 STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O6/79  -  06/82  :    FY80
               MC DODGE                   EPA/ESRL  -  RTP
                                          BATTELLE  MEMORIAL  INST
                                                                FTS  8-629-2374
                                                                COLUMBUS
                                                                                                         OH 432O1
               CW SPICER
               O6/82 -FINAL REPORT
               (PE-C05  )           TRANS.  AND  FATE  -  AIR
               1O-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
                                      SSIE-GMA   6122 1
                                      PE   -COS
                                      INFO-UPDATED
                                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
               OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE  OF THIS STUDY  IS  TO IDENTIFY  THE  PRODUCTS OF  AROMATIC/NOX PHOTOCHEMICAL
                REACTION PROCESSES.  APPROACH:  GC/IR AND GC/MS  TECHNIQUES  WILL  BE  USED TO  ELUCIDATE THE PRODUCTS
                FORMED  WHEN AROMATIC/NOX SYSTEMS ARE  IRRADIATED IN BOTH A 2OO  LITER CHAMBER OPERATED IN A DYNAMIC
                MODE AND IN A  17.3 CUBIC M CHAMBER  OPERATED UNDER STATIC  CONDITIONS.
RECN-OO5189
LABN-G6O3A-AC-O44
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                             EPA  -R8O5812-O2
                                             ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                   ORD  -RG1OB3O-1O80
                                                                  UPDATED-   O6-28-8O

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA1  PROTECTION AGENCY
           3RT• ORDCONV  (VERSION V2.6)      '  OFFICE OF RESEARCH Al    tVELOPMENT -
                                                GRANT PROJECT DESC   TIONS
       RUN DATE: 07/09/90                  •  0 R 0 I  S  DATA  EXTRACT-

'PROJECT: OO181O-KINETICS AND  MECHANISMS OF  NITRATE  FORMATION IN PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG
                                                                                             PAGE-
                                                                                                      107
  EPA  OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID. .  . •
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES.  .

  PROJ STATUS

  ABSTRACT   .  .
  TASK =G832B-EA- 145  »»-EPA = R8058 12-O2   * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O1/78  -  O2/81  :    FY79
JJ BUFALINI               EPA/ESRL  - RTP
CW SPICER                 BATTELLE MEMORIAL  INST
02/81 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-832  )           TRANSPORTATION 8 FATE- ENERGY
10-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
SERIES OF RUNS PERFORMED TO  DETERMINE  BACKGROUND
LOSS CHARACTERISTICS  OF SMOG CHAMBER.
                      SSIE-GMA  4908 2
                      PE  -832
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
EPA -R805S12-O2
                   919-541-2422
                   COLUMBUS
                      ORD -RG10B31 - 1079
                                                                                          OH 43201
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 8O
RECM-00181O
LABN-G832B-EA-161
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS WORK ARE  (1)  TO DETERMINE  THE  FATE  OF  NO.X  IN  THE  ATMOSPHERE AND
 (2) TO CONDUCT MODELING AND ATMOSPHERIC STUDIES TO  SITE  5 RESEARCH MONITORING  STATIONS  FOR
 NITRATES. ORGANICS. AND SULFATES IN THE OHIO RIVER  BASIN. APPROACH:  THE  FATE OF  NOX  WILL  BE
 DETERMINED IN SMOG CHANGERS THAT SIMULATE  ACTUAL ATMOSPHERIC  CONDITIONS.  EXPERIMENTS WILL BE
 •PERFORMED ON NC/NOX MIXTURES FOR THE SPECIFIC  PURPOSE OF  IDENTIFYING THE  CHEMICAL  AND PHYSICAL
 REMOVAL PROCESSES OF NOX.  (21 REGION TRANSPORT/TRANSFORMATI ON MODELING  WILL BE CONDUCTED  TO
 IDENTIFY AREAS THAT WILL BE MEASURABLY  IMPACTED BY  THE OPERATION  OF  NEW  POWER  PLANTS ON THE OHIO
 RIVER. AERIAL PROFILING OF POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS WILL BE DONE  TO  DEMONSTRATE  THAT SITES ARE NOT
 UNDER LOCAL INFLUENCE.

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                                        UNITED  STATES  ENVIRONMENTAi  PROTECTION  AGENCY
          TRT- ORDCONV (VERSION V2.6)      -  OFFICE  OF RESEARCH Af    1VELOPMENT
                                                GRANT  PROJECT  DESC    TIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/O9/SO                  "ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT-

'PROJECT-  006627-EFFECT OF INSECTICIDES ON BENZO(A)PYRENE  CARCINOGENESIS
                                                                                                            PAGE-
                                                                                                                     1O8
                                                                                 FTS  8-629-2693
                                                                                 PHILADELPHIA
                                                                                    ORD  -RH10B30-1080
                                                                                    UPDATED-   06-28-80
                 TASK  =HC86  -94660O *+EPA=R805819     + * (GRANT)
                 STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   O9/78 - O9/81      FY8O
EPA  OFFICER.: S  NESNOW                  EPA/HERL - RTP
INVESTIGATOR-:    UNKNOWN                 THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIV                PHILADELPHIA              PA 19107
MILESTONES...: O8/8O -STUDY  CAPTAN AND TRIFLURALIN
               02/81 -STUDY  ONCOGENICITY  OF ISOMERS OF BHC
               03/82 -FINAL  REPORT
PROGRAM ID..  : (PE-C86  )            HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
MANDATE	: 1Q-O3     TOXIC  SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
ORDIS CODES... RECN-006627            SSIE-HZ 809466        EPA -R805819
               PE  -C86
PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - 06-28-80
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
ABSTRACT..  .  . TO STUDY INTERACTIONS  OF COMMONLY  USED PESTICIDES AND A KNOWN ENVIRONMENTAL ONCOGENIC AGENT
                EENZOIA)PYRENE  IN  RODENT  BIOASSAYS.  IN ADDITION TO THE MEASUREMENT OF BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS (TUMOR
                FORMATION) THE  EFFECT OF  PESTICIDES ON BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS SUCH AS THE LEVEL OF TISSUE ENZYMES
                WHICH ACTIVATE  CARCINOGENS WILL BE STUDIED.  CORRELATIONS VULL BE MADE TO DETERMINE WHETHER ANY
                CHANGE IN THESE ENZYME ACTIVITIES MAY INFLUENCE THE ONCOGENICITY OF BENZO(A)PYRENE.  A STUDY HAS
                BEEN COMPLETED  TO  DETERMINE THE INTERACTION  OF THE FUNGICIDE CAPTAN ON THE TUMORIGENICITY OF
                BENZO(A)PYRENE  IN  A LUNG  TUMOR  MODEL UTILIZING A/J MICE. MICE WERE FED TWO DOSAGE LEVELS (625 AND
                1250 PPM) OF CAPTAN IN THE DIET,  AND BENZO(A)PYRENE WAS ADMINISTERED ORALLY ON THE 7TH AND 21ST DAY
                AFTER THE FEEDING  WAS INITIATED.  AFTER 14 WEEKS ON THE DIET, THE GROUP FED 1250 PPM CAPTAN HAD A
                SIGNIFICANTLY SMALLER PERCENTAGE  OF MICE WITH LUNG TUMORS COMPARED TO THE CONTROL GROUP.  THE
                PERCENTAGE OF MICE WITH FORESTOMACH TUMORS WAS ALSO LOWER IN THE GROUP FED 125O PPM CAPTAN THAN IN
                THE CONTROLS. THERE WAS NO CHANGE IN BENZO(A)PYRENE METABOLIZING ENZYMES IN LIVER, LUNG.  OR
                FORESTOMACH  AFTER  TREATMENT WITH  EITHER DOSE OF CAPTAN.  EXPERIMENTS WILL BE REPEATED UTILIZING
                DOSAGE LEVELS OF  125O AND 1875  PPM CAPTAN IN THE DIET IN AN ATTEMPT TO OBTAIN A DOSE EFFECT
                RELATIONSHIP. THIS PRELIMINATRY EVIDENCE SUGGESTS THAT CAPTAN INHIBITS BENZO(A ) PYRENE TUMORIGENES IS
                UNDER  THE TEST  CONDITIONS.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA I  PROTECTION AGENCY
           }RT:  ORDCONV (VERSION V2.6)     - OFFICE OF RESEARCH AC    7VELOPMENT  •
                                                GRANT PROJECT DESC    PIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/O9/3O                  'ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*

•PROJECT; OO63O4-EFFECT  OF  INSECTICIDES ON BENZO(AJPYRENE CARCINOGENESIS
                              PAGE-
                                      1O9
                   TASK  =H615  -9466OO ' *EPA = R805819     *» (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  O9/78 - 09/81 :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.  RL BARON                   EPA/HERL - RTP
  INVESTIGATOR.     UNKNOWN                 THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIV                PHILADELPHIA               PA  19107
  MILESTONES...: 08/80 -STUDY  CAPTAN  AND  TRIFLURALIN
                 02/81 -STUDY  ONCOGENICITY  OF ISOMERS OF BHC
                 03/82 -FINAL  REPORT
  PROGRAM ID.   : (PE-615  )            HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
  MANDATE	  20-31     DAA  FOR  TESTING  AND  EVALUATIONS
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-O06304           SSIE-HZ  799466        EPA -R805819
                 LABN-H615 -9466OO     PE  -615
  PROJ STATUS.  : PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - 06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	  TO STUDY INTERACTIONS OF COMMONLY  USED PESTICIDES AND A KNOWN ENVIRONMENTAL ONCOGENIC AGENT
                  BENZOfAJPYRENE  IN RODENT  BIOASSAYS.  IN ADDITION TO THE MEASUREMENT OF BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS  (TUMOR
                  FORMATION) THE  EFFECT OF  PESTICIDES ON BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS SUCH AS THE LEVEL OF TISSUE ENZYMES
                  WHICH ACTIVATE  CARCINOGENS WILL BE STUDIED.  CORRELATIONS WILL BE MADE TO DETERMINE WHETHER  ANY
                  CHANGE IN THESE ENZYME  ACTIVITIES MAY INFLUENCE THE ONCOGENICITY OF EENZO(A ) PfRENE.
FTS 8-629-2655
PHILADELPHIA
   ORD -RH10E30-2O79
   UPDATED-  06-28-80
'PROJECT-  OO1814-PAN CONCENTRATION  IN  AMBIENT  AIR IN NEW JERSEY
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR..
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID. .
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE ....
  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS  COOES. .  :

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT ....
919-541-2422
DEPT  OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
  TASK =G603A-AD-O25  " *EPA = R805827-O2   * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  03/78  -  06/80     FY79
JJ BUFALINI                EPA/ESRL  - RTP
EG BRENNAN                 RUTGERS UNIV
06/8O -FINAL REPORT ON PAN CONCENTRATIONS
(PE-603 )           TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
REPORT ON PAN CONCENTRATIONS
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
20-R01    EPA REGION  I
20-R01    EPA REGION  I
PAN/03 RATIO ARE OBSERVED  TO BE  HIGH SUGGESTING
A MALFUNCTIONING 03 DETECTOR.
RECN-001814            SSIE-GMA  4902  1      EPA -R805827-02
LABN-G603A-AC-030      PE   -603
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: AMBIENT AIR WILL BE MONITORED FOR PEROXYACETYL  NITRATE  FROM APRIL 1979 TO APRIL 198O.  THE
 PAN CONCENTRATION WILL BE EXAMINED WITH RESPECT TO  WIND  SPEED AND DIRECTION.  PLANTS SENSITIVE TO
 PAN WILL ALSO BE STUDIED  FOR  PLANT DAMAGE.  APPROACH:  AMBIENT AIR  IS EITHER TRAPPED IN A CRYOGENIC
 CONTAINER AND LATER  INTRODUCED  INTO A GAS  CHROMATOGRAPH  OR THE AIR SAMPLE  IS  INTRODUCED DIRECTLY
 INTO THE G.C. PAN-SENSITIVE PLANTS ARE PLACED  OUT AND EXPOSED TO  THE  AMBIENT  AIR.  LEAF DAMAGE IS
 OBSERVED. RESULTS TO  DATE: PAN  AND 03 HAVE  BEEN STUDIED  FROM AUGUST 1978  TO PRESENT.  THE PAN
 MAXIMUM WAS OBSERVED  TO BE  10.5 PPB IN AUGUST. THE  PAN/03 RATIO WERE  OBSERVED TO BE HIGH SUGGESTING
 A MALFUNCTIONING 03 DETECTOR.
   ORD -RG10B30-5079
   UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79

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       RUN UATE: 07/O9/80
                       UNITED  STATES  ENVIRONMENT'   PROTECTION  AGENCY
                          '  OFFICE  OF RESEARCH /     EVELOPMENT >
                               GRANT  PROJECT  DES^. -PTIONS
                          *  0  R D  I S  DATA  EXTRACT*
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^PROJECT:  OO5495-MECHANISMS OF  INTESTINAL  CADMIUM ABSORPTION IN RATS
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID..
  FINAL OUTPUT.

  MANDATE..
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS  CODES. .

 PROJ STATUS. .

 ABSTRACT	
  TASK =DC27  - 1EO004  *»EPA = R8O584O-03   »f  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  05/78  -  05/81  :    FY80
NE KOWAL                   EPA/HEPL  - CINC
EC FOULKES
N  SUGAWARA
C  VONER
05/79 -REPORT:
FTS 8-684-7477
CIV & CIV ENG DEPT
CIV & CIV ENG DEPT
CIV & CIV ENG DEPT
                           UNIV OF CINCINNATI
                           UNIV OF CINCINNATI
                           UNIV OF CINCINNATI
                MECHANISMS  INVOLVED IN INTESTINAL ABSORPTION OF CD IN RAT
03/79  -QUARTERLY  REPORT
11/79  -QUARTERLY  REPORT
O2/80  -QUARTERLY  REPORT
03/80  -INTERIM  REPORT
05/81  -FINAL REPORT  OF PROGRESS MADE  ON THE  NATURE AND KINETICS OF  CADMIUM TRANSPORT I
(PE-C27  )            HEALTH EFFECTS -  WATER QUALITY
REPORT OF PROGRESS MADE  ON NATURE AND KINETICS
OF CADMIUM TRANSPORT IN  RAT GUT
10-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
20-12     DAA FOR WATER  PROGRAM OPERATIONS
30-99     PHYSIOLOGY, BIOCHEMISTRY
ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR  FIRST  2 YEARS DEALT WITH MECHANISM
OF UPTAKE OF CADMIUM FROM  LUMEN,  INHIBITION  OF UPTAKE  OF
CALCIUM AND ZINC, ENDOGENOUS  (GUT FLUID) MODULATORS OF
CADMIUM UPTAKE. MAGNITUDE  OF  SECOND PHASE  OF CADMIUM
ABSORPTION, AND FACTORS  CONTROLLING CADMIUM  RETENTION  AND
RELEASE FROM INTESTINAL  CELLS.
RECN-O05495           SSIE-GMA   5142  2       EPA -R80584Q-03      ORD -RD10B30-5080
LABN-D607A-OO9C       PE   -C27
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-8O
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE MAIN OBJECTIVE  IS  TO PROVIDE  INFORMATION TO  HELP IN  THE  EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL RISKS
 FROM ORAL EXPOSURE TO CADMIUM.  ONE SPECIFIC AIM IS TO DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT THE KINETICS OF THE
 TRANSPORT SYSTEM FOR CADMIUM  AND CALCIUM  BETWEEN THE  INTESTINAL LUMEN  AND WALL ARE COMPETITIVE IN
 NATURE.  A SECOND OBJECTIVE  IS  TO CHARACTERIZE CADMIUM TRANSPORT VARIATIONS BETWEEN THE DUODENUM.
 JEJUNUM AND ILEUM. AN ATTEMPT  WILL BE  MADE  TO DETERMINE WHETHER DIFFERENCES IN ACTIVITY CAN BE
 ATTRIBUTED TO CHANGES IN  VMAX  AND/OR KM OF  THE TRANSPORT SYSTEM. APPROACH:  INTESTINAL ABSORPTION OF
 CADMIUM IN RATS WILL BE ASCERTAINED  BY USING-A PREPARATION INVOLVING ISOLATED SEGMENTS OF DUODENUM.
 JEJUNUM AND ILEUM IN SITU UNDER  CONDITIONS  OF A STEADY-STATE  SINGLE  PASSAGE TECHNIQUE. FOR THESE
 STUDIES CADMIUM TRACER  (1O9  CD)  IS ADDED  TO THE LUMINAL PERFUSATE  TOGETHER WITH A  VOLUME  MARKER AND
 DISAPPEARANCE  OF THE LABEL FROM THE  LUMEN IS  MEASURED.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT*-  °ROTECTION AGENCY
          ORT: OKDCONV  (VERSION V2 . 6 )      •  OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    EVELOPMENT -
                                                GRANT PROJECT DESL  .JTIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/09/8O                  "ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT'

•PROJECT: OO48O6-OUTDOOR SMOG  CHAMBER  EXPERIMENTS TO TEST PHOTOCHEMICAL MODELS
                                                                                             PAGE-
                                                                                                     1 1 1
  EPA  OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.    :
  MANDATE.

  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES.  '

  PROJ STATUS.  :

  ABSTRACT.  .
                                                                FTS  8-629-2374
                                                                DEPT OF  ENV SCI  & ENGIN
                                                                DEPT OF  ENV SCI  5 ENGIN
  TASK =GCO5  -OOO311  * *EPA = R8O5843-02   '»  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  00/79  -  05/81  :    FY80
MC DODGE                   EPA/ESRL  - RTP
HE JEFFRIES                UNIV OF  NORTH CAROLINA
RM KAMENS                  UNIV OF  NORTH CAROLINA
10/81 -ORD FINAL REPORT
(PE-C05  )           TRANS. AND FATE  -  AIR
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
2O-20     AA  FOR AIR  AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
DATA FOR 38 PAIRS OF  SMOG  CHAMBER  RUNS PROCESSED AND
MADE AVAILABLE TO PHOTOCHEMICAL MODELERS  FOR  ANALYSIS.
                       SSIE-GMA  5986  1      EPA  -R805843-02
                       PE   -COS
                       INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF  THIS PROJECT  IS  TO PERFORM OUTDOOR SMOG CHAMBER EXPERIMENTS FOR THE
 PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING QC^'.'tJM  DATA  FDR THE TESTING AND REFINEMENT  OF PHOTOCHEMICAL MODELS.  APPROACH
 SMOG CHAMBER REACTANT  AND ^RODUCT  CONCENTRATIONS  ARE  MEASURED AS  A FUNCTION OF  TIME.  THE CHAMBER IS
 OPERATED UNDER CONDITIONS OF  NATURAL  SUNLIGHT,  TEMPERATURE AND RELATIVE  HUMIDITY
RECN-004806
LABN-G603A-AD-O4
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD  -RG1OB30-5030
                                                                   UPDATED-   06-28-80
•PROJECT: 001123-CANCER  INCIDENCE  IN RELATION TO ASBESTOS IN DRINKING WATER IN THE PUGET
                  SOUND REGION
                    TASK  =D823B-038COO "' EPA = R8O5846-02  -- (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  04/78 - 05/81 :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.   LJ MCCABE                  EPA/HERL - CINC
  INVESTIGATOR.:  L   POLISSAR                FRED HUTCHINSON RES  CTR
                                            FRED HUTCHINSON RES  CTR
                                            UNIV OF WASHINGTON
                                            STATE DEPT SOC/HLTH  SERV
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID..
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
L  POLISSAR
DB THOMAS
ES BOATMAN
W  HINDS
04/78 -START
01/79 -REPORT ON CANCER  INCIDENCE  AND MORTALITY  RATES
O1/8O -REPORT ON OCCUPATIONALLY  LINKED  CANCER
04/81 -REPORT ON CASE CONTROL STUDY
(PE-823  )           HEALTH  EFFECTS   -DRINKING  WATER
REPORT ON CASE-CONTROL STUDY
10-15     SAFE DRINKING  WATER ACT
                                                                5 13-684-721 1
                                                                PROG IN EPIDEM &  BIOSTATS
                                                                PROG IN EPIDEM &  BIOSTATS
                                                                SEATTLE
                                                                OLYMPIA
                                                                                          WA  98195
                                                                                          WA  98501
RECN-O01123
LABN-D614B-016
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                             EPA  -R8O5846-02
                                                                  ORO  -RD10B30-1O79
                                             ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-   JUL-SEP  79
                       SSIE-GMA   5388  1
                       PE   -823
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
CANCER MORTALITY AND  INCIDENCE DATA WILL  BE  USED  TO DETERMINE  IF THERE  IS  AN  ELEVATED  CANCER  RISK
 FOR THOSE PERSONS LIVING  IN AREAS OF THE  PUGET SOUND REGION WITH A HIGH CONCENTRATION OF  ASBESTOS
 IN THE WATER SUPPLY.  DATA WILL  INCLUDE DEATH  CERTIFICATES. INCIDENCE RECORDS  FROM  SEER
 POPULATION-BASED TUMOR REGISTRY, CENSUS  TABULATIONS. AND WATER ANALYSES.  STATISTICAL  METHODS  WILL
 INCLUDE CALCULATIONS  OF RATES AND RELATIVE  RISKS. A CASE-CONTROL STUDY WILL  BE UNDERTAKEN.

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-"PROJECT: 005038-DEVELOPMENT OF  A NATIONAL LIBRARY CENTER  FOR GROUND WATER INFORMATION

                   TASK =L824C-000018  **EPA = R805863     •'• f (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  O5/78 -  04/81 :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER,: WJ DUNLAP                  EPA/ERL - ADA                         FTS 8-743-2313
  INVESTIGATOR.: JH LEHR                    NATL WAT WELL  ASSN RES FAC           WORTHINGTON               OH 43085
                 J  POLAND                  NATL WAT WELL  ASSN RES FAC           WORTHINGTON               OH 43O85
  MILESTONES...  02/8O  -COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT OF GROUND  WATER THESAURUS
                 08/80  -COMPLETE INITIAL  EXTERNAL  EVALUATION OF  SYSTEM,  PRODUCE  USERS MANUAL
                 O4/81  -COMPILE  FINAL  EVALUATION OF ALL ASPECTS  OF  DATA  BASE  DEVELOPMENT,  OPERATION,  AN
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-824 )           DRINK WATER TREAT  & GROUND  WATER PROT  -DRINKING WATER
  MANDATE	  10-15     SAFE  DRINKING  WATER  ACT
  CURR.  RESULTS: EXTENSIVE LITERATURE  SEARCH
                 A THESAURUS OF  GROUND WATER TERMS HAS  BEEN DEVELOPED AND
                 REFINED BASED ON COMMENTS OF QUALIFIED EVALUATORS.
  ORDIS  CODES..: RECN-OO503S           SSIE-GMA 6024        EPA -R805863          ORD -RL10B30-1079
                 LABN-L614C-O18        PE   -824
  PROJ STATUS..: ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	: OBJECTIVE: BECAUSE OF SEVERE DOCUMENTATION PROBLEMS EXISTING IN  THE AREA  OF GROUND WATER TECHNOLOGY,
                  THE NATIONAL WATER WELL  ASSOCIATION IS DEVELOPING AN INTERACTIVE  BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA BASE
                  ENCOMPASSING THE WORLD'S SIGNIFICANT  LITERATURE CONCERNING  AQUIFERS,  GROUND WATER HYDRAULICS,
                  GROUND WATER POLLUTION  AND POLLUTION  CONTROL,  GROUND WATER  RESOURCE MANAGEMENT,  AND WATER WELL
                  CONSTRUCTION.  THE DATA  BASE WILL INCLUDE AN UP-TO-DATE COMPUTER ACCESS SYSTEM COMPATIBLE WITH
                  CURRENT STANDARS. APPROACH: A THESAURUS  OF GROUND WATER DESCRIPTORS.  COMPRISED MOSTLY OF
                  HYDROGEOLOGIC  TERMS  ARRANGED  IN  HIERARCHICAL ORDER.  WILL BE DEVELOPED.  THIS THESAURUS WILL COMPRISE
                  ONE OF SEVERAL FIELDS,  INCLUDING AUTHOR,  TITLE. JOURNAL,  GEOGRAPHIC REGION. MAJOR AQUIFER REGION,
                  AND CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS. WHICH WILL BE USED  FOR INDEXING  AND  ENTERING  OF LITERATURE,  AND WHICH
                  WILL PROVIDE ACCESS  TO  THE DATA  BASE. THE THESAURUS WILL BE EVALUATED BY A PANEL OF GROUND WATER
                  EXPERTS AND MODIFIED APPROPRIATELY AS DEVELOPMENT OF  THE DATA  BASE AND  COMPUTER ACCESS SYSTEM
                  PROCEEDS, SYSTEM OPERATION WILL  BE ASSESSED BY QUALIFIED EXTERNAL EVALUATORS TO  PROVIDE A BASIS FOR
                  REFINEMENT TO  ATTAIN MAXIMUM  FLEXIBILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS  IN MEETING USER MEEDS.  A USER'S GUIDE TO
                  THE DATA BASE  WILL BE  PRODUCED,  AND ACTIVITIES REQUIRED TO  BRING  THE  DATA BASE TO THE ATTENTION OF
                  POTENTIAL USERS WILL BE CONDUCTED.

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•PROJECT: OO1049-DEVELOPMENT  AND EVALUATION OF AN AMBIENT VIABLE MICROBIAL  AIR SAMPLER
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.  .
  PROGRAM ID..
  FINAL OUTPUT

  MANDATE.  .
  CURR.  RESULTS:




  ORDIS CODES.  :

  PROJ STATUS.  :

  ABSTRACT . .
                                                                FTS 8-684-7385
                                                                CHICAGO
                        IL 60616
  TASK =DC27  -1COOO3 **EPA=R805864     »» (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  10/78 - 1O/8O  :   FY8O
W  JAKUBOWSKI              EPA/HERL - CINC
KF FANNIN                  I I  T RES INST
O4/79 -INTERIM  REPORT  -  RECOMMENDED SAMPLER DESIGNS
12/79 -FABRICATION  OF  PROTOTYPE - PRELIMINARY EVALUATION
O4/80 -RECOMMENDATION OF SAMPLER FOR USE IN HEALTH EFFECTS STUDIES
10/80 -FINAL  REPORT -  PROTOTYPE AMBIENT VIABLE MICROBIAL AIR SAMPLER
(PE-C27  )            HEALTH EFFECTS - WATER QUALITY
RECOMMENDATION  OF SAMPLER FOR  USE IN HEALTH EFFECTS
STUDIES.
1O-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
20-12     DAA FOR WATER  PROGRAM OPERATIONS
2O-R05    EPA REGION V
REVIEW PHASE  COMPLETED  AND MODIFICATION OF EXISTING
CYCLONE  SCRUBBER-TYPE  SAMPLER  IN PROGRESS.  COLLECTION
SUBSTRATE FOR APPLICATION IN A VIRTUAL IMPACTOR-TYPE
SAMPLER  DEVELOPED AND WILL BE  EVALUATED.  PROTOTYPE
GLASS CYCLONE SCRUBBER  CONSTRUCTED AND BEING EVALUATED,
RECN-001049            SSIE-GMA  5143 2      EPA -R805864
                       PE  -C27
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP  AND  EVALUATE INSTRUMENTATION TO ENHANCE EXISTING CAPABILITIES  FOR  QUANTITATIVE
 DETECTION OF VIABLE MICROORGANISMS IN AMBIENT AIR. APPROACH: IN THE FIRST PHASE.  EXISTING DESIGN
 WILL BE REVIEWED AND  ALTERNATIVES WILL BE DEVELOPED.  A NEW DESIGN WILL BE DEVELOPED  OR
 MODIFICATIONS  WILL BE  SUGGESTED TO EXISTING SAMPLERS AMD A PROTOTYPE WILL BE
 2.  IN PHASE  3,  THE PROTOTYPE  WILL BE EVALUATED FOR COLLECTION EFFICIENCY
 SENSITIVITY  AND PARTICLE SIZE DISCRIMINATION.
LABN-D607A-050
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD -RD10B30-5030
UPDATED-  06-28-30
                                                                                                 CONSTRUCTED IN PHASE
                                                                                              VIABILIT,'  MAINTENANCE.

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^PROJECT- 004317-PRESERVATION AND DETERMINATION OF CR(III) AND/OR CR(VI)
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID....
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  TASK  =A622B-000047  •|-*EPA = R805877-01   ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  12/78 -  03/8O :    FY79
MF GALES                   EPA/EMSL - CINC                      513-684-7307
BT DUHART                  UNIV OF  ARKANSAS                     DEPT OF  CHEM
12/78 -DETERMINE  THE  EFFECT OF TIME AND PH ON  THE PRESERVATION OF  CHROMIUM
05/79 -DETERMINE  EFFECTS  OF TEMPERATURE
03/80 -EVALUATE THE USEFULNESS OF  THE  ENDICO SAMPLING DEVICES
(PE-622  )           TECHNICAL  SUPPORT  -INTERDISCIPLINARY
20-99     UNIV ARKANSAS/PINE BLUFF
DR. DUHART HAS EVALUATED  THE EFFECTS OF PH AND TIME  ON THE
PRESERATION  OF CHROMIUM
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS-.

  ABSTRACT	
RECN-O04317
LABN-A622 -047
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                  5623
                                                              EPA -R805877-01
                                                                                    ORD -RA10C3O-2079
                                             ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE   -622
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP A PROCEDURE  FOR THE  PRESERVATION OF  CR(III)  AND  CR(VI).  APPROACH:  THE  ANALYTICAL
 TECHNIQUES USED WILL BE ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY AND DIFFERENTIAL PULSE  POLAROGRAPHY.  SAMPLES
 WILL BE MEASURED BEFORE AND AFTER SPIKING WITH REAGENTS. PERIODIC  MEASUREMENTS  WILL  ALSO BE
 OBTAINED TO INDICATE THE DEGREE OF PRESERVATION.
'PROJECT: O06049-RESEARCH IN DEVICES  FOR  PARTICULATE  CONTROL
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK =F83OM-791110  **EPA=R805897      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O5/78  - 06/81  :    FY79
JH TURNER                 EPA/IERL - RTP
                          RESEARCH TRIANGLE  INST
                    FLUE GAS PARTICULATE CONTROL  -ENERGY
          CLEAN AIR ACT
                      SSIE-GMA  6493         EPA  -R8O5897
                                                                FTS  8-629-2476
                                                                RTP
                                                                                          NC 277O9
MB RANADE
(PE-830 )
1O-O2
RECN-O06O49
PE  -83O
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: IMPROVE MATHEMATICAL UNDERSTANDING OF  ELECTROSTATIC  PRECIPITATORS  AND  FABRIC  FILTERS
 APPROACH: DEVELOP MATHEMATICAL MODELS  FOR  USE  BY  RESEARCHERS AND DESIGNERS OF  PARTICULATE  CONTROL
 EQUIPMENT AS  WHLL AS  BY  CONTROL  OFFICIALS-
                                             ENTERED  - O6-28-8O
                                                                  ORD  -RF1OB3O-1O79
                                                                  UPDATED-  O6-28-BO

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•PROJECT: OOO865-INVESTIGATION OF FACTORS INVOLVED IN ADAPTION OF WOODY SPECIES TO
                 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ON COMPLETED REFUSE LANDFILLS
                   TASK  =CC73  -OOOO97 **EPA=R8O59O7-01  ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O5/78 - O9/8O :    FY80
                 RE LANDRETH                EPA/MERL - CINC                      FTS-8-684-7871
                 FB FLOWER                  RUTGERS UNIV                         DEPT OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
                 IA LEONE                   RUTGERS UNIV                         DEPT OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
                 09/79  -INTERIM REPORT
                 09/8O  -FINAL  REPORT
                 (PE-C73  )            SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE
                 10-05      RESOURCE  CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
                 RECN-000865            SSIE-GMA  5102 2      EPA -R805907-01       ORD -RC10B30-1080
                 PE   -C73
                 ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
                 THE  OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY ARE: (A) TO MONITOR THE FIELD EXPERIMENTS ALREADY IN PROGRESS  IN NEW
                  JERSEY  INVOLVING SCREENING OF WOODY SPECIES FOR ADAPTABILITY TO LANDFILL CONDITIONS AND ASSESSMENT
                  OF  PLANTING  TECHNIQUES FOR EXCLUSION OF LANDFILL GASES FROM ROOT ZONES.  FOR THE LONG-TERM  PATTERN.
                  (B) TO 'REPLACE TREES FOUND UNSUITABLE FOR LANDFILL CONDITIONS WITH OTHER POTENTIALLY ADAPTABLE
                  SPECIES TO OBTAIN  ADDITIONAL  TOLERANCE INFORMATION. (C) TO EVALUATE THE  INFLUENCE OF SECONDARY
                  FACTORS SUCH AS SIZE OF TREES AT PLANTING,  THE USE OF BARE-ROOTED VS. CONTAINERIZED TREES, AND THE
                  EFFECT  OF WATER STRESS ON THE ADAPTABILITY OF SPECIES TO LANDFILL CONDITIONS. (D) TO ASSESS THE
                  VALUE  OF  MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN INDUCING TOLERANCE OF TREES TO LANDFILL CONDITIONS. STUDIES  ALREADY
                  IN  PROGRESS  TO SCREEN WOODY SPECIES FOR ADAPTABILITY TO LANDFILL CONDITIONS HAVE IDENTIFIED THE
                  RELATIVE  TOLERANCE OF 19 TREE SPECIES COMMONLY GROWN IN THE NORTHEAST.  AND INVESTIGATIONS  TO
                  EVALUATE  SUITABLE  TECHNIQUES  FOR EXCLUDING LANDFILL GASES FROM ROOT ZONES HAVE INDICATED THAT
                  ABOVE-GROUND MOUNDS ARE SUPERIOR TO BACK-FILLED TRENCHES AS PLANTING SITES. THE PROPOSED PROJECT
                  WILL  INCLUDE FIELD AND GREENHOUSE INVESTIGATIONS.  THE FIELD EXPERIMENTS  ALREADY IN PROGRESS. WILL
                  BE  ENLARGED  TO INCLUDE MEASUREMENT OF THE SECONDARY FACTORS (SIZE OF TREES. TYPE OF
                  PRECONDITIONING, WATER STRESS. ETC.) WHICH INFLUENCE THE ADAPTABILITY OF TREES TO LANDFILL
                  CONDITIONS.  GREENHOUSE STUDIES WILL INVOLVE EXPERIMENTS TO EVALUATE VARIOUS METHODS OF "TAILORING"
                  TREE  SEEDS OR SEEDLINGS WITH  MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI FOR VIABILITY UNDER LANDFILL GROWTH CONDITIONS.
EPA  OFFICER. :
INVESTIGATOR. :

MILESTONES...:

PROGRAM ID...
MANDATE	:
ORDIS CODES.  :

PROJ STATUS.  .

ABSTRACT	

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*PROJECT:  001O84-AEROSOLS GENERATED BY  LIQUID  SLUDGE  APPLICATION  TO  LAND
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES. .
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT.
  TASK =DC27  - 1EOOO6  **EPA = R8059O9-O1   * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O5/78  -  O7/8O  :    FY80
NE KOWAL                '  EPA/HERL  - CINC
DE JOHNSON                SOUTHWEST  RESEARCH  INST
HJ HARDING                SOUTHWEST  RESEARCH  INST
BP SAGIK                  UNIV OF TEXAS
CA SORBER                 UNIV OF TEXAS
02/8O -DRAFT  FINAL REPORT
(PE-C27 )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - WATER QUALITY
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
1O-O5     RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND  RECOVERY  ACT
                      SSIE-GMA  5147 2      EPA  -R805909-01
                      PE  -C27
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC   i
                   FTS 8-684-7477
                   SAN ANTONIO
                   SAN ANTONIO
                   SAN ANTONIO
                   SAN ANTONIO
                                                                                   ORD  -RD10B30-1080
                                                                                                           TX 78284
                                                                                                           TX 78284
                                                                                                           TX 78284
                                                                                                           TX 78284
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-  O6-28-80
RECN-001084
LABN-D611E-003
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVES: TO MONITOR ACTIVITIES OF  SEVERAL  SITES  IN  THE UNITED  STATES  PRACTICING  SPRAY  APPLICATION
 OF LIQUID MUNICIPAL SLUDGE TO LAND.  TO  INVESTIGATE THE COMPOSITION  OF THE  SLUDGE WITH RESPECT TO
 MICROBIOLOGICAL COMPONENTS, CHLORINATED  PESTICIDES AND PCB'S.  AND TRACE  METALS.  TO DETERMINE IF
 MICROBIOLOGICAL ORGANISMS ARE AEROSOLIZED AND  CARRIED DOWNWIND OF THE SPRAV  SITE TO DETERMINE
 POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS. APPROACH:  THE  STUDY  WILL BE INITIATED  BY  CONTACT WITH  SITES AT WHICH
 SPRAY APPLICATION IS PRACTICED TO DETERMINE  SIX CANDIDATE SITES. EACH OF THESE SITES WILL BE
 VISITED,  LIAISON ESTABLISHED WITH THE APPROPRIATE  STAFF, AND TWO LARGE  VOLUME  SAMPLES OF LIQUID
 SLUDGE OBTAINED, ONE AT THE TIME OF  THE  VISIT  AND  ONE APPROXIMATELY  SIX  WEEKS  LATER.  THESE
 LARGE-VOLUME SAMPLES WILL BE USED TO CHARACTERIZE  THE SLUDGE FOR LEVELS  AND  TYPES  OF PATHOGENIC
 ORGANISMS, LEVELS OF CHLORINATED PESTICIDES  AND PCB'S. AND  SEVEN TRACE  METALS. SITE CHARACTERISTICS
 AND THE RESULTS OF THE MICROBIOLOGICAL  SCREEN  WILL BE USED  TO  SELECT THREE SITES FOR AEROSOL
 MONITORING. THE MONITORING EFFORT WILL  BE ACCOMPLISHED OVER A  THREE-WEEK PERIOD AT EACH  SELECTED
 SITE. SEVEN AEROSOL RUNS WILL BE MADE AT EACH  SITE, WITH FIVE  DOWNWIND  AND ONE UPWIND SAMPLE ON
 EACH RUN. A COMPOSITE SAMPLE OF THE  SLUDGE WILL BE TAKEN AT THE  SAME TIME  FOR COMPARISON PURPOSES
 AEROSOL SAMPLES WILL BE OBTAINED USING  HIGH-VOLUME ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR-TYPE  SAMPLERS  (LITTON
 MODEL M OR LEAP). METEOROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS  WILL BE MADE  USING TWO 2-METER WEATHER  STATIONS.  DATA
 OBTAINED  IN THE STUDY WILL BE SUBMITTED  TO STATISTICAL ANALYSIS  TO DETERMINE THE NATURE  AND/OR
 EXTENT OF ANY POTENTIAL HEALTH HAZARDS.

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*PROJECT- OO1768-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT  :

  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT.
LABORATORY  INVESTIGATIONS  OF  DIFFUSION AND FUMIGATION INTO THE MIXED
LAYER
  TASK =G603A-AA-17O  -*EPA = R8O5912-O2   * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O7/78  -  08/81  •    FY79
RG LAMB                    EPA/ESRL  - RTP                        FTS 8-629-4526
JW DEARDORFF               OREGON  STATE UNIV                     LIBERAL ARTS/ANTHROP DEPT
12/79 -SCIENTIFIC PAPER DESCRIBING  DIFFUSION FROM  ELEVATED SOURCE
06/8O -PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF  PLUME  FUMIGATION EXPERIMENTS
08/81 -FINAL RESULTS  OF PLUME  FUMIGATION  EXPERIMENTS AND MODEL FORMULATION
(PE-603 )           TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
FINAL RESULTS OF PLUME  FUMIGATION EXPERIMENTS
AND MODEL FORMULATION.
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
EXPERIMENTS ON DIFFUSION -ROM  ELEVATED SOURCES
HAVE BEEN COMPLETED AND RESULTS SUBMITTED  FOR  PUBLICATION.
PRELIMINARY FUMIGATION  RESULTS COLLECTED BUT NOT ANALYZED.
RECN-OO1768           SSIE-GMA 5214 1      EPA -R8O5912-O2       ORO -RG10B3O-1O79
LABN-G603A-AB-035     PE  -603
PROJECT-COMPLETED      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 8O
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE:  TO OBTAIN  QUANTITATIVE DESCRIPTIONS OF  THE MEAN CONCENTRATION PROFILES AND DIFFUSION
 RATES OF MATERIAL RELEASED  FROM  ELEVATED  POINT SOURCES  UNDER VERY UNSTABLE CONDITIONS:  AND TO
 DERIVE SIMILAR INFORMATION  FOR PLUMES FUMIGATING  INTO THE CONVECTIVE MIXED LAYER FROM A STABLE
 LAv-ER ALOFT. APPROACH:  USE OF A  LARGE LABORATORY  WATER  TANK  IN WHICH CONVECTION BELOW A STABLE
 INVERSION  LAYER CAN  BE SIMULATED.

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^PROJECT:  O01663
  EPA  OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES. .  . :
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ  STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
-SULFUR BUDGET IN POWER PLANT PLUMES - PROCESSING, MANAGEMENT AND
 ANALYSIS OF PROJECT STATE DATA
   TASK =G6O3A-AA-O15 »*EPA=R8O5918-O1  *f  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 08/75 - 06/81  :   FY79
 CF WALTERS                EPA/ESRL - RTP                       919-541-2648
 NV GILLANI                WASHINGTON UNIV                      ST LOUIS                   MO  63130
 05/79 -DATA REPORT AND MEETING
 O6/79 -REPORT ON DATA MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS
 11/79 -COLD WEATHER PLUME FIELD STUDY (CWPS )
 O4/SO -REPORT ON CWPS
 06/81 -DATA VOLUMES AND REPORT ON FIELD STUDIES OF SULFUR TRANSFORMATION AND TRANSPORT
 (PE-6O3 )            TRANS. AND FATE -AIR
 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
 TOOK PART  IN TENNESSEE PLUME STUDY.  SUMMER  1978;
 PARTICIPATED IN MISSION CONTROL ACTIVITIES, PERFORMED
 ON-SITE REDUCTION,  DATA VALIDATION AND DATA VOLUME
 PRODUCTION.  DATA MANAGEMENT. DATA ANALYSIS AND PRODUCED
 DATA VOLUME. EPA/EPRI PLUME STUDY.  1977.
 RECN-OO1663           SSIE-GMA  4560 3      EPA -R8O5918-O1       ORD  -RG1OE3O-1O79
 PE  -603
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 8O
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBL1C
 OBJECTIVE: THIS PROJECT CONTINUES THE TASKS PERFORMED DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF THE GRANT,  I.E.
  PROCESSING, MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS OF DATA COLLECTED AS PART OF THE  AUGUST 1978 TENNESSEE  PLUME
  STUDY (PHASE I OF PROJECT STATE).  SIMILAR RESPONSIBILITIES WILL BE UNDERTAKEN FOR THE COLD  WEATHER
  PLUME STUDY CPHASE II OF PROJECT STATE).  APPROACH: SPECIFIC TASKS INCLUDE: (1) SOFTWARE
  ORGANIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT. (2) DATA BASE SYSTEM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION,  (3) DATA ANALYSES  AND
  MODEL DEVELOPMENT. (4) PREPARATION FOR.  AND PARTICIPATION IN. THE STATE COLD WEATHER PLUME  STUDY
  FIELD PROGRAM. AND (5) PRODUCTION OF AN AIRCRAFT DATA VOLUME.

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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.  .

  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT ... .
  TASK = CC73  -S4TO17  -•EPA=R8O592O-O1   '*  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  07/78  -  1O/80 :    FY80
OW ALERECHT                EPA/MERL  - CINC
RC ANDERSON                ENV  LAW INST
                                                                FTS S-68-1-7886
                                                                WASHINGTON
                                                                                          DC 20036
02/79 -DEVEL. OF ANALYTICAL  FRAMEWORK  AND ANALYSIS OF APPROACHES
10/80 -INTERIM REPORT
(PE-C73
10-05
2O-99
RECN-OOO872
LABN-C518A-107
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                    ORD -RC1OB3O-508O
                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-80
                    SOLID & HAZARDOUS  WASTE
          RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND  RECOVERY  ACT
          SHWRD
                      SSIE-GMA  5106 2      EPA  -R8O592O-O1
                      PE  -C73
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
PRIMARY OBJECTIVES ARE:  1) TO EXAMINE  THE  APPLICABILITY  OF  COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS AND OTHER RELATED
 DECISION CRITERIA TO THE MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS  WASTE,  AND  2) TO ANALYZE WITHIN A GENERALIZED
 COST-BENEFIT FRAMEWORK  A NUMBER OF  PAST DECISIONS IN  GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF
 HEALTH. ENVIRONMENTAL.  AND SAFETY RISKS.  THE  APPROACH INCLUDES: 1)  REVIEW OF THE THEORETICAL AND
 EMPIRICAL LITERATURE PERTAINING TO  VALUING  RISKS.  2)  FORMAL IZATION  OF  THE GENERALIZED COST-BENEFIT
 METHODOLOGY, 3) SAMPLE  SELECTION OF GOVERNMENT  PROGRAMS. 4)  ANALYSIS OF THE SAMPLE. 5) SYNTHESIS OF
 THE RESULTS. 6) APPLICATION TO SELECTED HAZARDOUS WASTE  DISPOSAL SITES.
•PROJECT: 003762-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.   :
  PROGRAM ID..  :
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS  CODES..

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT	:
                                                                FTS 8-783-9512
                                                                DEPT.  OF PHYSICS
                                                                DEPT.
                                                                                 DEPT.
                                                                                       OF PHYSICS
                                                                                       OF PHYSICS
CRITICAL REVIEW AND EVALUATION OF  RESEARCH ON  THE  IMPACT  OF
ENERGY-RELATED WASTES ON THE AQUATIC  ENVIRONMENT
  TASK = N831 -OOOO03  *>EPA = R805921-01   * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O6/78  - 05/80  :    FY79
KE BIESINGER              EPA/ERL  - DULUTH
WR CHAPPELL               UNIV OF  COLORADO
R  DAMRAUER               UNIV OF  COLORADO
DD CHIRAS                 UNIV OF  COLORADO
06/80 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-831 )           EFFECTS OF ENERGY REL POLLUTANTS
30-99     BIOLOGY/CHEMISTRY
QUARTERLY REPORTS RECEIVED AND LITERATURE SEARCHES
UNDERWAY.
RECN-OO3762           SSIE-GMA
LABN-N625A-083        PE  -831
ACTIVE -MULTIVEAR      INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE PURPOSE OF THE PROPOSED WORK  IS  TO  CRITICALLY  REVIEW  COMPLETED  AND  ON-GOING RESEARCH RELATED TO
 THE IMPACT OF ENERGY-RELATED WASTES  ON THE  AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT.  THE  SPECIFIC  OUTPUTS OF THE WORK
 WILL BE ANNUAL "STATE-OF-THE-ART" DOCUMENTS THAT  WILL  DESCRIBE  THE PRESENT  STATE OF THE RESEARCH
 AND CRITICAL AREAS WHERE RESEARCH IS NEEDED IN  ORDER TO  PROVIDE  A  DATA BASE  FOR DECISION MAKERS.
                                 494O 1
                                             EPA  -R8O5921-01
                                             ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                   ORD -RN1OB3O-3O79
                                                                   UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT*'  PROTECTION AGENCY
          'ORT: ORDCONV  (VERSION  V2.6 )      *  OFFICE OF RESEARCH /     EVELOPMENT -
                                                GRANT PROJECT DES    yTIONS
       RUN DATE: 07/09/80                  -ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*

*PROJECT: 006052-NEAR STACK  PLUME SAMPLING FOR CONDITIONING AGENT STUDIES
                                                                                              PAGE-
                                                                                                      12O
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID ...
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
   TASK =F83OM-792170  *-EPA=R805926      ~*  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 08/78  -  OS/81      FY79
 LE SPARKS                  EPA/IERL  - RTP
 JA ARMSTRONG               UNIV  OF DENVER
 (PE-83O )           FLUE GAS PARTICULATE CONTROL  -ENERGY
 1O-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
                       SSIE-GMA  6482         EPA  -R805926
                                                                FTS  8-629-2925
                                                                DENVER  RES  INST
                                                                    ORD  -RF10B30-1O79
                                              ENTERED  - 06-28-80
                                                                    UPDATED-   06-28-80
RECN-OO6052
PE  -830
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBL1C
OBJECTIVE: TO DEVELOP  DATA ON THE  ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT OF  FLUE  GAS  CONDITIONING  AGENTS  BY  NEAR STACK
 PLUME SAMPLING. APPROACH: DEVELOP ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT  DATA  OF  FLUE  GAS  CONDITIONING AGENTS FOR USE
 BY OAQPS. DSSE, AND STATE ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.
*PROJECT:  006051
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR. :
  PROGRAM ID. . . :
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT ....
-OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS AT  ELEVATED
 TEMPERATURE AND HIGH PRESSURE
   TASK =F830M-791990 **EPA=R805939     ** (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 06/78 - O6/81     FY79
 DC DREHMEL                EPA/IERL - RTP                       919-541-2925
 GA RINARD                 UNIV OF DENVER  .                     DENVER RES  INST
 (PE-83O )           FLUE GAS PARTICULATE CONTROL -ENERGY
 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
 THE LAY OUT OF THE LABORATORY FOR ESP INSTALLATION
 WAS FINALIZED AND A CELL FOR MEASURING ASH
 RESISTIVITY AT 18OOF WAS CONSTRUCTED.
 RECN-O06O51           SSIE-GMA  6491        EPA -R805939          ORD -RF1OB3O-1079
 PE  -83O
 PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - O6-28-8O    UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE PROBLEMS ASOCIATED WITH USE OF ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS AT HIGH
  TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE AND TO EXAMINE SUITABLE MATERIALS, DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS AND OPERATION
  AND MAINTENANCE PROBLEMS. APPROACH: DEVELOP INFORMATION ON  THE USE OF ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS
  ON ADVANCED ENERGY SYSTEMS  TO MEET REVISED NSPS.

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•PROJECT: OO4411-RURAL WASTEWATER DISPOSAL ALTERNATIVES
                                        UNITED STATES  ENVIRONMENTA'  PROTECTION AGENCY
                            OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    EVELOPMENT
                               GRANT PROJECT DESC   TIONS
                            ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*
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  EPA  OFFICER . :
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.   :

  PROGRAM ID ...
  FINAL OUTPUT . :
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT
  TASK =CC35  -06T030  *»EPA=R305942     ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O9/78 - OB/80     F^SO
SW HATHAWAY                EPA/MERL - CINC
AI INGHAM                  STATE  WATER RES CONT BOARD
                                                                FTS-8-6S4-7615
                                                                SACRAMENTO
                                                                                           CA 95801
RECN-004411
LABN-C822B-06T30
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD -RC10B30-3080,
                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-80
06/80 -DRAFT FINAL  REPORT
OS/SO -FINAL REPORT ASSESSING PERFORMANCE,  COST, & PUBLIC HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT
(PE-C35 )            WASTEWATER SYSTEMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
FINAL REPORT ASSESSING  PERFORMANCE.  COST &  PUBLIC HEALTH
3O-99     MICROBIOLOGY  &  EPIDEMIOLOGY
WORK PLAN DEVELOPED AND IMPLEMENTATION UNDERWAY
                      SSIE-GMA  5582 1      EPA -R805942
                      PE   -C35
                      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS STUDY IS TO EVALUATE THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACCEPTABILITY.  PERFORMANCE
 RELIABILITY, AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF ALTERNATIVE ON-SITE WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.
 PARTICULARLY COMPOSTING  TOILETS AND GRAYWATER SYSTEMS.  APPROACH: TO BE STUDIED ARE  STORAGE  AND
 REUSE OF GRAYWATER AND NUMEROUS TYPES OF WATERLESS TOILETS, INDIVIDUAL COMPOSTERS.  A  HEALTH
 EVALUATION COMMITTEE CONSISTING OF  EXPERTS FROM THE HEALTH, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND ENGINEERING  SCIENCES
 WILL DEFINE THE DATA NEEDED TO ASSESS THE  HEALTH PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH ALTERNATIVE  ON-SITE
 SYSTEMS. SELECTED  SYSTEMS WILL BE MONITORED IN THE FIELD TO DETERMINE OPTIMAL DESIGN,  CONSTRUCTION.
 AND SITING CRITERIA &  OPERATION & MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES. LABORATORY ANALYSES WILL  BE  CONDUCTED TO
 IDENTIFY THE PHYSICAL.  CHEMICAL 8 BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ACCUMULATED SOLIDS &  LIQUIDS
 (E.G. COMPOSTED RESIDUES  &  GRAYWATER).
'PROJECT: 004812-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID. . .
  FINAL OUTPUT

  MANDATE ....
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
EVALUATION OF GAS  FILTER  CORRELATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE SINGLE-ENDED
MEASURE OF 502
  TASK =G712B-BA-037  * *EPA = R805956-02  "  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE    O8/78 - 08/80     FY79
WF HERGET                  EPA/ESRL  - RTP                       FTS 8-629-3034
LW CHANEY                  UNIV OF  MICHIGAN                     HIGH ALTITUDE ENGINEERING
06/80 -COMPLETE  FIELD  TEST  OF  HF  INSTRUMENT
06/80 -COMPLETE  LABORATORY  TEST OF  NO-N02  INSTRUMENT
12/80 -COMPLETE  FINAL  REPORT
(PE-712 )           CHARAC. &  MEASUREMENT  METHODS  DEVEL - AIR
INSTRUMENTS SUITABLE  FOR  ENFORCEMENT AND
SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES.
10-02     CLEAN  AIR ACT
RECN-O04812            SSIE-GMA  5794        EPA -R805956-O2       ORD -RG1OB30-1O79
                       PE   -712
                       INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: EVALUATE THE LONGPATH  GAS-FILTER CORRELATION INSTRUMENT FOR MEASUREMENT OF HF
 CONCENTRATIONS  EMITTED FROM ALUMINUM REFINERY  POTROOMS.  TEST AND CALIBRATE AN NO-N02 GAS-FILTER
 CORRELATION INSTRUMENT IN  THE LABORATORY                                     '
ORD -RG10B30-1079
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH

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       RUN DATE:  O7/O9/8O
                                      UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAI  PROTECTION AGENCY
                                         +  OFFICE OF RESEARCH At    "VELOPMENT *
                                              GRANT PROJECT DESC   TIONS
                                         +  ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT'
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"PROJECT:  006O08-NEW INERTIAL PARTICLE-SI-ZE CLASSIFICATION TECHNIQUES  FOR SOURCE
                 EVALUATIONS
                   TASK =F827J-792620 **EPA=R805971     +* (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  09/78 - O9/81  :   FY79
                 DB HARRIS                 EPA/IERL - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2557
                 K   WILLEKE                UNIV OF CINCINNATI                   SCH OF  ENG/ELEC  ENG  TECH
                 (PE-827 )           ENV IMPACT OF CONV & ADV ENERGY SYSTEMS
                 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
                 THE PARTICLE-SIZE CLASSIFIER WAS CHALLENGED WITH MONODISPERSED
                 AEROSOLS GENERATED BY A VIBRATING-ORIFICE AEROSOL GENERATOR.
                 THE SIZE CLASSIFICATION CURVE WAS RATHER DEGRADED BECAUSE  (1)
                 SEVERAL COMPONENTS ARE BOLTED TOGETHER TO PROVIDE THE WIDEST CHOICE
                 DIAGNOSTIC TESTING AND (2) THE FLOW BALANCE IN THE SYSTEM  WAS
                 INSUFFICIENTLY ACCURATE DURING THE INITIAL TESTS.
                 RECN-006O08           SSIE-GMA  6501        EPA -R805971          ORD  -RF1031-1O79
EPA  OFFICER. :
INVESTIGATOR.
PROGRAM ID. .  . :
MANDATE	:
CURR. RESULTS:
 ORDIS  CODES. . :

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	
               PE   -827
               PROJECT-ACTIVE
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH
               OBJECTIVE:  DEVELOP
ENTERED - O6-28-8O
                      UPDATED-  O6-2S-8O
                     INFO-ORIGINAL
                     ACCESS-PUBLIC
                  A NEW METHOD OF INERTIAL PARTICLE SIZE CLASSIFICATION WHICH WILL BE USED TO
EVALUATE THE EFFLUENTS FROM INDUSTRIAL SOURCES RELATIVE TO THEIR PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION
APPROACH: PROVIDE IMPROVEMENT IN THE ART OF MONITORING STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS AND IN THE
MEASUREMENT OF FINE PARTICLES FROM INDUSTRIAL SOURCES.

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       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O
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   i  OFFICE OF RESEARCH At    :VELOPMENT »
        GRANT PROJECT DESC   .'IONS
   *  0 R 0 I S  DATA  EXTRACT*
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"PROJECT: O03344-FACILITATION OF GENERAL  UNDERSTANDING AND  APPLICATION OF  GROUNDWATER
                 MODELS
                   TASK =L824C-OOOO14  »*EPA=R805978      * -  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  07/78  - O6/81      FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.  JW KEELEY                  EPA/ERL  -  ADA                         FTS 8-7-13-2210
  INVESTIGATOR.: CL KILLPACK                BUTLER UNIV                          HOLCOMB'RES INST
  MILESTONES.  .: 07/79 -FIRST INTERIM  REPORT
                 07/80 -SECOND INTERIM REPORT
                 07/81 -THIRD INTERIM  REPORT
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-824  )           DRINK  WATER TREAT & GROUND  WATER PROT  -DRINKING WATER
  MANDATE	  : 10-15     SAFE DRINKING  WATER  ACT
  ORDIS CODES... RECN-003344           SSIE-GMA  5024  1       EPA -R805978           ORD -RL10B30-1079
                 LABN-L614C-014        PE   z2d
  PROJ STATUS.  : ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UNDATED           ENTERED  - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT ...  : OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT IS  TO DEVELOP  INSTITUTIONAL AND TECHNICAL
                  MECHANISMS WHICH  FACILITATE THE UNDERSTANDING  AND APPLICATION  OF  GROUNDWATER MODELS AND THEIR
                  ACCESSIBILITY TO  POTENTIAL USERS. APPROACH:  THE PROJECT  WILL CREATE A  CENTRAL "CLEARINGHOUSE"
                  PROVIDING CONVENIENT ACCESS AND IMPROVED  GUIDANCE TO ALL CONCERNED WITH DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION
                  OF OUR  GROUNDWATER RESOURCE.  THE  PROJECT  LOGICALLY  ADDRESSES PROBLEM AREAS  IDENTIFIED IN A PREVIOUS
                  REPORT,  "UTILIZATION OF NUMERICAL GROUNDWATER  MODELS FOR WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT"  IN THIS
                  REPORT,  THE FOUR  PROBLEM  AREAS WERE:  (A)  ACCESSIBILITY OF  MODELS  TO POTENTIAL USERS.  (E)
                  COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN  MANAGERS AND  TECHNICAL  PERSONNEL,  (C) INADEQUACIES IN THE DATA,  AND (D)
                  INADEQUACIES IN MODELING. THESE PROBLEMS  ARE REAL IN THAT  A  MYRIAD OF  GROUND-WATER MODELS HAVE BEEN
                  GENERATED WORLDWIDE. THESE MODELS EXIST AT  A STAGGERING  EXPENSE  IN TERMS  OF MAN-HOURS AND DOLLARS
                  AND ARE  PRESENTLY  INACCESSIBLE TO MOST POTENTIAL USERS.

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       RUN DATE:  O7/O9/8O
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   + OFFICE OF RESEARCH AI-    ^VELOPMENT *
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   + ORDIS  DATA   EXTRACT*
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••PROJECT-  OO4742
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES. . .
  PROGRAM  ID...:
  FINAL  OUTPUT.:
  MANDATE .,.....:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                                          513-634-7331
                                          RUSH  PRESBYTERIAN ST
                                          RUSH  PRESBYTERIAN ST
LUKE
LUKE
 ORDIS  CODES.

 PROJ STATUS.

 COMMENT....
  ABSTRACT.
-TYPE A VIRAL HEPATITIS  -  EFFECT  OF  CHLORINE ON ANTIGENICITY AND
 INFECTIVITY
   TASK =CC61 -S2TO4O  * -EPA = R8O5986      +*  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  08/78 -  10/8O :    FY80
 JC HOFF                   EPA/MERL  - CINC
 DA PETERSON               RUSH UNIV
 LG WOLFE                  RUSH UNIV
 O8/79 -INTERIM REPORT
 07/80 -PROJECT COMPLETED
 1O/8O -EPA FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
 (PE-C61 )            DRINK WATER  TREATMENT  & GROUND WATER PROT
 EPA REPORT PUBLISHED
 20-13     DAA FOR DRINKING WATER
 POOL OF INFECTIOUS MATERIAL  AND  PURIFIED VIRUS
 PREPARED.  ONE DISINFECTIN EXPERIMENT HAS BEEN  COMPLETED
 AND A SECOND EXPERIMENT IS IN  PROGRESS
 RECN-OO4742           SSIE-GMA   5887 1       EPA  -RSO5986
 PE  -C61
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 APPROACH MAY BE MODIFED 45 RESULT OF RECENT
 PUBLICATION INDICATING  SUCCESSFUL PROPAGATION
 OF HEPATITIS A VIRUS.
 OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE  THE  EFFECTS OF CHLORINE OF  TYPE A VIRAL HEPATITIS VIRUS INFECTIVITY. APPROACH:
  1. DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF CHLORINE ON VIRUS MORPHOLOGY AND ANTIGENICITY AS INDICATORS OF
  DISINFECTANT EFFECTS.  2. USING  THE DATA COLLECTED,  A  LIMITED NUMBER OF INFECTIVITY STUDIES USING
  MARMOSETS WILL BE CONDUCTED.
                                                                                    ORD -RC1OB3O-2O8O
                                            UPDATED-   OS-28-8O

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U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
MOTICF OF PFSFAPTH PPOIFTT
(Plefte read reverse before completing)
PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Form Approved
OMB No. IS8-R0081
PROJECT NO.fDo not u»« irii* tpace;
™* ftXOS 110 -02^
EPA
TITLE OF PROJECT
   ATMOSPHERIC MEASUREMENTS OF TOXIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
   H.B. Singh, Senior Research Engineer, Atmospheric Science Center
   W.B. Johnson, Director, Atmospheric Science Center
NAME AMD ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
   SRI International
   333 Ravenswood Avenue
   Menlo Park. California 94025	
SUMMARY OF  PROPOSED WORK - (I) Ob|*ctivf(. (7) Approach. (3) Cuir.nl Plant and/or Pro»r««. (700 wordi or /««.. Omn con/idcmia/ darai,
  In tha Smithsonian Sclanc* Information E»chanfe. • ummariia of work in profrvsc  ara «xchanf,*d with government and private af*ncica sup -
  portinf r«a*areh and ar» (om-ardcd to invaatifatan who raquaal >uch inlormatien. Your summary l« to b« u«»d for thai* purpo«*i.
      A vast  number of potentially harmful organic chemicals are released  into the environment.  It is becoming increasingly
   apparent that these chemicals contribute to the growing rate of cancer in industrialized countries.  The atmospheric
   abundance and fates of  these pollutants is poorly understood.  This proposal presents a  research study approach to
   develop methodologies for  the measurement of a large number of toxic chemicals.  Field experiments will be conducted
   at  several  urban locations and near several specific  source locations to characterize quantitatively the atmospheric burden
   of toxic chemicals. The Held measurements will be conducted with the help of an instrumented mobile environmental
   laboratory.  These in-situ analyses will be complemented by a simultaneous program of specialized exploratory measure-
   ments.  Gas chromatographic, gas chromatographic/mass spectrometric,  and coulometric techniques will be developed and
   used for the analysis of atmospheric pollutants.  Data on the sources, sinks, emissions, and effects  of toxic pollutants
   will be collected and analyzed.

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          ORT: ORDCONV  (VERSION V2.6)      - OFFICE OF RESEARCH t    EVELOPMENT -
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.  .
  PROGRAM ID. .
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  TASK =CC61 -S1TO65  * *EPA = R8O5994-O1   •*  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  05/78  -  05/80 :    FY80
RN CLARK                  EPA/MERL  - CINC
RA DEININGER              UNIV OF MICHIGAN
08/78 -GRANT AWARDED
08/79 -INTERIM REPORT PUBLISHED
10/79 -CONTINUATION FUNDING  PACKAGE  PROCESSED
O1/81 -PROJECT COMPLETED
05/81 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
(PE-C61 )           DRINK WATER TREATMENT  & GROUND  WATER PROT
10-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER  ACT
                                                               FTS-8-684-72O9
                                                               SCH  OF  PUBLIC  HEALTH
                 LIMITED BUT  SUCCESSFUL  DEMONSTRATIONS OF
                 DATA MANAGEMENT  TECHNIQUES  ACCOMPLISHED.
  ORD1S CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT ...  .
RECN-004735
PE  -C61
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP
                                        SSIE-GMA   5990 1
                                          INTERCTIVE
                                                              EPA -R805994-01
                                           ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RC10E31- 1080
                                                                  UPDATED-   06-28-8O
                     INFO-UPDATED
                     ACCESS-PUBLIC
                  A DATA ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM  FOR USE  AS  A  RESEARCH  TOOL  TO MANAGE WATER
SUPPLY RESEARCH DATA. APPROACH: NEW AND EXISTING DATA MANAGEMENT  TECHNIQUES  ARE  BEING DEVELOPED AND
DEMONSTRATED FOR USE IN WATER SUPPLY RESEARCH.

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   * OFFICE OF RESEARCH A
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   * 0 R D I S  DATA  E
                                                   PROTECTION AGENCY
                                                    EVELOPMENT *
                                                    TIONS
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+PROJECT- 006134-PYRETHROID  CHEMISTRY  AND TOXICOLOGY
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
                                         FTS 8-529-2655
                                         GRADUATE SCHOOL
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT.
  TASK =H615  -949700  *'EPA=R805999     * -  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  07/78  -  06/81  :    FY79
RL BARON                   EPA/HERL -  RTP
   UNKNOWN                 UNIV OF  CALIFORNIA
O9/79 -DECAMETHRIN  METABOLISM  IN PLANTS/ANIMALS
06/81 -STUDIES ON OXIME-ETHER  PYRETHROIDS
O6/8O -PHOTODECOMPOSITION  OF BIOALLETHRIN/ALLETHRIN
O6/80 -STUDIES ON PROPYRETHROIDS-METABOLISM
06/80 -MUTAGENECITY PROPERTIES OF  PYRETHROIDS
06/81 -NEUROTOXICITY  PROPERTIES OF DECAMETHRIN
06/81 -NEURORECEPTORS OF PYRETHROIDS
O6/80 -PYRETHROID HYDROLYZING  ESTERASES
06/80 -METABOLISM OF KADETHRIN IN  RATS
(PE-615 )           HEALTH EFFECTS -  PESTICIDES
2O-3O     AA  FOR TOXIC  SUBSTANCES
RECN-OO6134           SSIE-HZ  799497
LABN-H615 -9497OO     PE   -615
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
TO EXAMINE THE TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF PYRETHROID  INSECTICIDES  A  NEW ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE
 SENSITIVE TO CYANO-CONTAINING PYRETHROIDS IS  BEING DEVELOPED  WHICH WILL ALLOW GLC ANALYSIS TO BE
 MORE SENSITIVE THAN CURRENTLY ACHIEVED. A FULL REPORT OF  THIS PROCEDURE WILL BE AVAILABLE NEXT
 QUARTER WHEN IT IS VERIFIED.  THE  A-CYANO-3-PHENOXYBENZYL  PYRETHROIDS REACT READILY WITH ACETONE TO
 FORM DIMETHYLOXIRANE DERIVATIVES  AND  WITH PENTAFLUOROBENZYL BROMIDE  FLUOROEENZYL DERIVATIVES OF THE
 PYRETHROIDS  FENVALERATE,  FENPROPANATE, CYPERMETHRIN AND DECAMETHRIN  PROVIDE HIGH ELECTRON CAPTURE
 SENSILIC FATE OF KADETHRIN. KADETHRIN IS ALMOST COMPLETELY METABOLIZED  PRIMARILY BY ESTER CLEAVAGE
 AND THE METABOLITES  EXCRETED  WITHIN  A FEW EXCRETED ESTERS. KADETHRIN.  ITS  A-HYDROXY AND 4'-HYDROXY
 DERIVATIVES. AND THE THIOL-CARBOXYL1C ACID FROM OPENING THE THIOLACTONE RING ACCOUNT THE LIBERATED
 CYCLOPROPANECARBOXYLIC ACID IS EXCRETED FREE  AND  AS CONJUGATES  WITH  GLUCURONIC ACID AND GLYCINE.
 THE DIFFERENCES IN HALOGENATED PURETHROID PHOTOSTABILITY  AS EXAMINED IN METHANOL SUGGEST THE NEED
 FOR A GENERALIZED  SCALE OF REACTIVITY AS WELL AS  A STUDY  OF SUBSTITUENT EFFECTS.  THESE  STUDIES WILL
 BE  INITIATED UTILIZING THE DIHALOGENATED ANALOGS  OF CYPERMETHRIN AND DECAMETHRIN.  THE POSSIBLE
 TOX.ICITY AND/OR MUTAGENIICITY  OF THE  PHOTOPRODUCTS OBTAINED IS NOW  BEING STUDIED.
                      EPA -R805999
                      ENTERED - 06-28-80
                                            ORD -RH1OB30-2079
                                            UPDATED-  06-28-80

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'PROJECT- OO6363-PYRETHROID  CHEMISTRY AND TOXICOLOGY
                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA'  "ROTECTION  AGENCY
"  OFFICE OF RESEARCH A'    HVELOPMENT
     GRANT PROJECT DESC   TIONS
*  O R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT-
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.  .
                                      FTS 3-629-2655
                                      GRADUATE SCHOOL
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT .  .
•PROJECT-  O04486-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT ..
                                         ORD -RH1OB3O-1O8O
                                         UPDATED-  06-28-80
  TASK =HC86  -9497pO *r£PA=R805999     * * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  07/78 - 06/81     FY80
RL BARON                   EPA/HERL - RTP
   CASIDA                  UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
09/79 -DECAMETHRIN  METABOLISM  IN PLANTS/ANIMALS
06/81 -STUDIES ON OXIME-ETHER  PYRETHROIDS
O6/8O -PHOTODECOMPOSITION OF BIOALLETHRIN/ALLETHRIN
06/80 -STUDIES ON PROPYRETHROIDS-METABOLISM
06/80 -MUTAGENECITY PROPERTIES OF PYRETHROIDS
06/81 -NEUROTOXICITY PROPERTIES OF DECAMETHRIN
06/81 -NEURORECEPTORS OF  PYRETHROIDS
06/80 -PYRETHROID HYDROLYZING  ESTERASES
06/80 -METABOLISM OF KADETHRIN IN RATS
(PE-C86  )            HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
1O-06     FEDERAL INSECTICIDE,  FUNGICIDE AND RODENTICIDE ACT
RECN-006363           SSIE-HZ  809497        EPA -R8O5999
PE  -C86
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - O6-28-80
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS -PUBL1C
TO EXAMINE THE TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF PYRETHROID INSECTICIDES NEW ANALYTICAL METHOD
 VERIFICATION IS CONTINUING. FULL REPORT OF PROGRESS WILL BE AVAILABLE NEXT QUARTER WHEN  ANNUAL
 RENEWAL IS TO BE SUBMITTED.

FATE, TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION OF TOXICS - SIGNIFICANCE OF SUSPENDED
 SEDIMENT AND FLUID MUD
  TASK =0771  -OOO124 **EPA=R8O6OO2     ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  09/78 - 08/80     FY79
0  BRICKER                 EPA/ERL -GULF BREEZE                 FTS 8-922-3912
MM NICHOLS                 PHYS SCI & OCEAN ENG                 GLOUCESTER POINT           VA  23062
12/78 -WORK PLAN COMPLETED AND APPROVED BY PROJECT OFFICER
09/79 -COMPLETED FIELD  RESULTS ON SUSPENDED SEDIMENT AND FLUID MUD
06/80 -LABORATORY ANALYSIS COMPLETED FOR ALL PARAMETERS
O9/80 -ANALYSIS COMPLETED ON S.S.  AMD FLUID MUD DATA
08/80 -REPORT
(PE-771  )            INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT
20-60     AA  FOR RESEARCH AND  DEVELOPMENT
RECN-004486           SSIE-GMA  5639        EPA -R806002          ORD -RO10B30-2079
PE  -771
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE NEW DATA CONCERNING THE EXTENT OF CONTAMINATION AND FATE OF SELECTED HEAVY
 METALS  AND HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS IN SUSPENDED SEDIMENT AND FLUID MUD OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY.  IN
 ADDITION, THE IMPACT OF  RIVER FLOODS AND SPRING TIDES IN DETERMINING THE DISTRIBUTION OF SUSPENDED
 SEDIMENT WILL BE EVALUATED.

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PREPARED
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
MOTIf~F OP PP^FARfH PROIPPT
(Please read reverse before completing)
FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Form Approved
OMB No. 1S8-R0081
PROJECT
SSIE
HO. (Do not u»« (hi* space.)
EPA ^' ) _
1\ T^) 1-^ (~j(~l*^ *•('} D~iO
TITLE OF PROJECT
A Study of Isoenzymes In Callus Tissues from Ozone Resistant and Ozone Sensitive Plants
DR. JOHN P. RIER, JR., PROJECT DIRECTOR
DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY
HOWARD UNIVERSITY
WASHINGTON, D. C.   20059	
GIVE NAMES. DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
 HOWARD UNIVERSITY
 2400 SIXTH STREET, N.  "'   /WASHINGTON, D. C.   20059
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (1) Objectives, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plans and/or Progress (100 word* or /ess. Omit confidential data).
  In the Smith (onlan Science Information Exchange, summaries of work In progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup-
  porting research and are forwarded to Investigators who request such Information. Your summary Is to be used for these purposes.

       The aim of this project  is to examine the peroxidase Isozyme patterns of extracts from callus


  tissues of one ozone tolerant and one ozone sensitive variety of soybeans and alfalfa.


       Callus tissues and non-callus tissues from stems, leaves and roots of each variety will be ex-


  posed to predetermined dosages of ozone.  Peroxidase isozyme patterns in the extracts of treated


  and untreated tissues will be visualized in a Gel electrophoresis system for  study and comparative


  analysis.

       Peroxidase isozyme patterns have been established for extracts of untreated  callus and non-
                                                                                           t

  callus tissues of both stems and  leaves from the four varieties of plants employed in this study.

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                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTS  PROTECTION AGENCY
                          - OFFICE OF RESEARCH M   "VELOPMENT -
                               GRANT PROJECT DESC   flONS
                          'ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT
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 PROJECT- OO19SO-TECHNIQUES  FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF AEROSOL CARBON CONTENT
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK  =GC07  -OOO423 " > EPA=R806005     >• * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  1O/76 - 11/81     FY80
C   LEWIS                   EPA/ESRL -  RTP                       919-541-3154
ES  MACIAS                  WASHINGTON UNIV                      CHEM DEPT
O5/8O  -DEVELOPMENT  OF  A  COMPREHENSIVE SET OF TECHNIQUES TO OUANTITAT IVEL
06/80  -COMPLETION OF PROJECT PERIOD
11/81  -FINAL  REPORT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS TO QUANTITATIVELY
(PE-C07  )            CHARAC. &  MEASUREMENT METHODS DEVEL - AIR
1O-02      CLEAN AIR ACT
THE GRALE  TECH.  HAS BEEN SUCCESSFULLY USED FOR THE ANALYSIS
OF  TISSUOUARTZ  FILTERS AND HAS SHOWN PROMISE IN TESTS
USING THIN TEFLON FILTERS.  A REFLECTANCE METHOD F
DETERMINING ELEMENTAL  CARBON (SOOT) IN ATMOSPHERIC FINE-
PARTICULATE MATTER  HAS BEEN DEV.  LIMITED TESTING OF METHODS
ON  FINE URBAN AERSOL COLLECTED IN ST   LOUIS
                                 2717  4      EPA -R8O6005
RECN-OO1980
PE  -C07
ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                        SSIE-GMA
                                             ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RG10E30-1O8O
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-8O
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE MAJOR OBJECTIVE  OF THIS  RESEARCH IS  THE  DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUMENTS AND TECHNIQUES TO
 DETERMINE THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION  OF  CARBONACEOUS PARTICULATE  MATTER WITH HIGHER ACCURACY AND IN
 MORE DETAIL THAT  IS PRESENTLY  POSSIBLE.  IT  IS  ANTICIPATED  THAT  ULTIMATELY  THESE TECHNIQUES WILL BE
 USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH XRF ANALYSIS  OF  TEFLON FILTERS  TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON MARS BALANCE.
 APPROACH: THE TOTAL CARBON  CONTENT  IS  DETERMINED BY THE  GRALE  TECHNIQUE USING PROTON INDUCED GAMMA
 RAY EMISSION. THE VOLATILE/NON-VOLATILE/CARBONATE  CARBON FRACTIONS ARE DETERMINED BY DIFFERENTIAL
 HEATING FOLLOWED  BY GRALE CARBON ANALYSIS OF THE REMAINING CARBON AFTER EACH HEATING STEP. THE SOOT
 CARBON FRACTION IS DETERMINED  BY REFLECTANCE ANALYSIS. THE BULK ORGANIC FRACTION IS DETERMINED FROM
 THE DIFFERENTIAL  THERMAL ANALYSIS RESULTS.  EMPHASIS HAS  BEEN PLACED ON MAKING THIS SET OF
 MEASUREMENTS COMPATIBLE WITH DICHOTOMOUS  SAMPLERS  AND  TEFLON FILTERS.
-PROJECT:  006O4O-ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS  FROM  ASPHALT  PRODUCTS
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ  STATUS-.

  ABSTRACT..  .
                   TASK =F830M-79O310  **EPA=R8O6009      +*  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  07/78  -  01/80     FY79
GW TUCKER
GL SIMARD
(PE-830 )
10-02
RECN-OO604O
PE  -830
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                          EPA/IERL  -  RTP
                          UNIV OF MAINE
                    FLUE GAS PARTICULATE  CONTROL  -ENERGY
          CLEAN AIR ACT
                      SSIE-GMA  6497         EPA  -R8O6OO9

                                             ENTERED  -  O6-28-SO
                                                                919-541-2745
                                                                DEPT  OF CHEM ENGIN
                                                                   ORD -RF1OB31-1O79
                                                                   UPDATED-   O6-28-8O
                       INFO-ORIGINAL
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS  GRANT  IS  TO  DO  LABORATORY  SIMULATION STUDIES TO DETERMINE THE
 PROBLEM POTENTIAL  FOR EMISSIONS  OF  HAZARDOUS ORGANIC  MATERIALS  TO AMBIENT AIR FROM ROADS. ROOFS,
 AND OTHER MAN-MADE SURFACES  CONSTRUCTED FROM ASPHALTIC  MATERIALS.  APPROACH:  IDENTIFY CHARACTERISTIC
 EMISSIONS FROM SIMULATED  ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE OF  TYPICAL ASPHALTIC MATERIALS AND PROVIDE AN
 ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY APPLICABLE TO  EXTENDING  SUCH STUDIES TO  REAL  CONDITIONS.

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U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Form Approved
OAIB No. 138-R0081
PROJECT NO. (Do not use this apace)
SSIE
EPA.' . A ^
KyC6p30-c4
TITLE OF PROJECT
  Dispersal of  Coal Dust from Transshipment  and Power Plant  Storage Facilities	
GIVE NAMES. DEPARTMENTS, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
 Michael Sydor,  Professor, Physics Department
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
  University  of Minnesota, Duluth
  Duluth, Minnesota  55812
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (1) Objectives, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plans and/or Progress (200 words or less. Omit confidential data).
   In the Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of work In progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup-
porting research and are forwarded to Investigators who request such Information.  Your summary Is to be used for these purposes.

       Rapid methods for  sampling and  identification of particulates will be  used to
 study the dispersal  of  wind-borne particulates from power  plants and validation of
 numerical models  for dust dispersal.   A  numerical model  based on statistical solution
 to the  gradient transfer problem has been developed for  this  project.  The  model will
 be validated at a test  site in Minnesota.

       Rapid detection of dustfall has been made possible  by optically scanning for
 spherical fly ash on particle by particle basis.  The method  has been  developed here
 for  examination of particle shapes  in  suspended solids.

       Samples will be collected at the  Cohasset Power Plant for various wind episodes
 and  scanned optically to determine  dustfall rates as a  function of winds  for model
 calibration purposes.  Subsequently, the model will be  used to determine  yearly
 deposition rate and  distribution of fly  ash fallout around the plant.  Prediction of
 the  long term accumulations will be checked by examination of dustfall accumulated in
 snow.   Snow surface  reflectivity monitored at ground and from satellite offers a
 possible check on the determination of the distribution of dustfall.

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                                        UNITED  STATES  ENVIRONMENTAI  PROTECTION AGENCY
           7R1   ORDCONV (VERSION V2 .6 )      * OFFICE  OF  RESEARCH  AT    "VELOPMENT
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'PROJECT- OO5131-EFFICACY OF WATER TREATMENT METHODS ON GIARDIA  CYST  VIABILITY
  EPA  OFFICER. .
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES.

  PROGRAM ID...:
  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES.

  PROd STATUS.  :

  COMMENT     .  :

  ABSTRACT
  TASK =CC61  -S2T036  *• * EPA=R806032     *' (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O8/78 - 1O/BO :    FY8O
JC HOFF                    EPA/MERL - CINC
EA MEYER                   OREGON STATE UNIV
EL JARROLL                 OREGON STATE UNIV
08/79 -INTERIM REPORT  PUBLISHED
07/8O -PROJECT COMPLETED
(PE-C61  )           DRINK  WATER TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
DISINFECTION  METHODS  FOR CYST  ENACTIVATION COMPLETED PAPER
PUBLISHED-AM.J TRVP MED. HYG.  291  1980.  PP 8-11
RECN-OO5131
PE  -C61
ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                       SSIE-GMA   6235 1
                                             EPA -R80GO32
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                              PAGE-
                                                                                                      129
                                                                513-684-7331
                                                                HLTH SCI CNTR
                                                                HLTH SCI CNTR
                                                                   ORD  -RC10E30-4O8O
                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
BECAUSE OF LACK OF AAILABILITY  OF GIARDIA  CYSTS ALL OBJECT
OF PROJECT OF PROJECT  WILL  NOT  BE ATTAINED
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE THE  EFFICACY OF  CHLORINE  SPECIES,  CHLORINE DIOXIDE. AND OZONE FOR  INACTIVATION
 OF GIARDIA LAMBLIA CYSTS  IN  WATER.  APPROACH:  USING RECENTLY DEVELOPED IN VITRO EXCYSTATION
 PROCEDURE, THE VIABILITY OF  G.  LAMBLIA  CYSTS  WILL BE DETERMINED AFTER EXPOSURE TO DRINKING  WATER
 DISINFECTION UNDER VARIOUS CONDITIONS OF  TEMPERATURE,  PH, DISINFECTANT CONCENTRATION,  ETC.

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                          * OFFICE OF RESEARCH A
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                          -ORDIS  DATA  E
      PROTECTION AGENCY
       EVELOPMENT
      ,-TIONS
     X T R A C T •
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'PROJECT:  OO5264-DESIGN AND  MANAGEMENT  OF  A MULTIPEST AGROECOSYSTEM
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS  CODES..

 PROJ STATUS. .

 ABSTRACT	
  TASK  = W771  -OOOO14  *i-EPA = R8O6O34-02  •* » (GRANT.)
  STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  00/79 - UNK   :    FY79
KJ HOOD                    EPA/OEPER- DAA
DL HAYNES                  MICHIGAN STATE  UNIV
00/00 -THREE  QUARTERLY REPORTS AND ANNUAL SUMMARY REPORT
(PE-771 )            INTEGRATED PESTICIDE  MANAGEMENT
10-06      FEDERAL  INSECTICIDE. FUNG. AND  RODENT  ACT
20-34      DAA  FOR  PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
FIELD WORK REVEALS THAT CULLS  DISCARDED AT HARVEST
PROVIDE SIGNIFICANT CONTINUITY TO POPULATIONS  OF
THE ONION  MAGGOT;  MOVEMENT OF  THE MAGGOT  THROUGH
SOIL IS ORIENTED TOWARD SUBSURFACE ONION  VOLITILES
WHICH COULD BE DECTECTED ONLY  BY  THIRD INSTAR  LARVAE.
THE HABITAT TYPE PLAYS A SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN
ONION MAGGOT DISEASE  DESNSITY  AND SPREAD.
RECN-OO5264            SSIE-GMA 62O4        EPA -R806034-02
PE  -771
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                   202-426-2317
                   AGRIC & NAT PES
                                                                                    ORD -RW1OB30-5O79
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      UPDATED-  OCT-DEC  79
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO EVALUATE  ECOSYSTEM  DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES THAT NOW EXIST TO ARTICULATE
 STRUCTURAL OPTIONS OF  THE  ONION  ECOSYSTEM UNDER CONSIDERATION SO DESIRED BEHAVIOR OF THE SYSTEM  CAN
 BE ATTAINED; APPLY A  SELECTED  APPROACH TO A PROTOTYPE ECOSYSTEM: AND TEST ALTERNATIVE DESIGN  AND
 MANAGEMENT OPTIONS WITHIN  THE  CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK.  APPROACH: FIELD AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH COVERS
 POPULATION DYNAMICS OF THE ONION MAGGOT PATHOGENS AS A POTENTIAL CONTROL MODE. WEEDINESS OF COMMON
 PURSLANE  AND THE  PARASITE  THE  PURSLANE SAWFLY.  AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN ONION PLANT MODEL.

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PROJECT NO.fUc

SSIE
     PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
      06041   02
 ITLE OK PROJECT        ,
 	Ammonia Removal Prom  Steel Industry Wastcwater
 IVE I.'AMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
 'F1OFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
    Dr. Francis B. Birkner,  Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,
                                         University of Maryland
                                         College  Park, MD  20742
    Graduate Student
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
    University of Maryland
    College Park MD  20742
 L/MMARY OF PROPOSED WORK-(l) Objectives, (2) Approach. (3) Current Plans end/or Proeross (200 words or less. Omit contidentlal elula),
 lr\ the Smithsonian Science lnfon:iotion Exchange, summorlea of work in progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup -
 porting reuoorch u\
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                          •  OFFICE OF RESEARCH A!    HVELOPMENT -
                               GRANT PROJECT DESC.   TIONS
                          *•  0 R D I  S  DATA  Ex" TRACT*
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^PROJECT: O01969-INVESTIGATION OF FILTER ARTIFACTS WHEN SAMPLING AIRBORNE ORGANIC
                  PARTICULATFS
                    TASK  =GC2P  -OOO54O * *EPA = R?.:'?042-O2  * * (GRANT)
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM ID. . .
  MANDATE	
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE    C~/78  -  07/80 :
L  STOCKBURGER             EPA'ESRL  -  RTP
JN PITTS                   UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
GJ DOYLE
DR FITZ
                                                                  FY80
919-541-2254
AIR POLL RES CTR
AIR POLL RES CTR
AIR POLL RES CTR
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                           UNIV  OF  CALIFORNIA
                           UNIV  OF  CALIFORNIA
O7/79 -REPORT COVERING  YEAR  01  DESIGN,  CONSTRUCTION,  AND TEST RESULTS
O7/80 -FINAL ORD REPORT
(PE-C2P  )            ATMOS  TRANS OF ENERGY  RELATED POLLUTANTS
10-02     CLEAN AIR  ACT
20-63     DAA FOR  ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES  AND EFFECTS
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION  COMPLETED  ON ULTRA HIGH-VOLUME
FOUR BY  FOUR SAMPLER.   DESIGN,  CONSTRUCTION AND TESTING
COMPLETED ON PROTOTYPE  DIFFUSIVE SAMPLER.   EXPERIMENTAL
DESIGN COMPLETED ON  ARTIFACT FORMATION  EFFECTS OF FILTER
MEDIA.   AMBIENT SAMPLING SITE  ESTABLISHED  IN EL MONTE,
CALIFORNIA.
RECN-001969           SSIE-GMA   4907 2       EPA -R806042-02
LABN-G832B-EA-083     PE  -C2P
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVES  OF THIS  GRANT ARE TO SUBSTANTIATE THE EXISTENCE OF SAMPLING ERROR
 (SO-CALLED  "FILTER  ARTIFACTS") SUSPECTED  IN THE ANALYSIS OF THE ORGANIC FRACTION OF THE PARTICULATE
 COLLECTED IN POLLUTED  ATMOSPHERES, TO  DETERMINE THE  MECHANISM(S) BY WHICH SUCH ARTIFACTS OCCUR  IN
 PARTICULATE POLYCYCLIC  ORGANIC MATTER  (POM), AND TO  PROVIDE COLLECTION METHODS WHICH MINIMIZE
 ARTIFACT ERRORS.  APPROACH:  (1) DESIGN, CONSTRUCT  AND TEST A SAMPLING DEVICE WHICH ALLOWS THE
 COLLECTION  OF PARTICULATE ONTO SEVERAL FILTERING MEDIA SIMULTANEOUSLY FROM THE SAME POLLUTED
 ATMOSPHERE, (2) DESIGN, CONSTRUCT, AND TEST A FILTER EXPOSURE APPARATUS AND TO SYSTEMATICALLY
 INVESTIGATE FILTER  ARTIFACT FORMATION  ON  PRE-COLLECTED FILTERS USING THE EXPOSURE APPARATUS.
                                                                                    ORD -RG10B30-5080
                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-8O

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'PROJECT:  000796-ALTERNATE WATER uISINFECTION  SCHEMES  FOR  REDUCED  TRIHALOMETHANE
                 FORMATION
                   TASK = CC61 -01T071  **EPA=R806046      **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 08/78  -  12/80  :    FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
    EPA/MERL - CINC
    UNIV OF TEXAS
    UNIV OF TEXAS
    UNIV OF TEXAS
            FTS 8-684-7228
            CTR FOR APPL RES & TECH
            CTR FOR APPL RES & TECH
            CTR FOR APPL RES & TECH
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS  CODES. .

 PROJ STATUS.

 ABSTRACT	
GS LOGSDON
CA SORBER
RF WILLIAMS
BE MOORE
12/78  -CONSTRUCT  PILOT  SYSTEMS
O6/79  -COMPLETE CHLORINE  MIXING TESTS
10/79  -COMPLETE CHLORINE-AMMONIA TESTS
02/8O  -COMPLETE CHLORINE  DIOXIDE TESTS
O6/8O  -DEVELOP PREDICTIVE MODEL FOR  PROCESS CONTROL
12/80  -REPORT
(PE-C61  )            DRINK WATER TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
10-01     FEDERAL  WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
1O-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT
ALGAE AND ALGAL EXTRACELLULAR PRODUCTRS  PRODUCE  THM
CONCENTRATIONS COMPARED TO YIELDS FROM HUMIC AND FULVIC
ACIDS  "THM PRODUCTION FR00M ALGAE PRECURSOR" PRESENTED AT
3RD CONF. ON WATER  CHLORINATION.  COLO SPRINGS,  OCT.31,-NOV.2
1<79. K BRILEY ,  R  WILLIAMS, K  LONGLEY.  C SORBER
PROTOTYPE SYSTEM  INSTALLED AND  OPERATING.
ALSO UNDERWAY.
RECN-000796           SSIE-GMA   5098  2
LABN-C824A-01T71      PE   -C61
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBL1C            Q
OBJECTIVE: THE OVERALL  OBJECTIVES OP  THIS STUDY  ARE TO QUANTITATIVELY DESCRIBE THE ROLE OF RAPID
 MIXING OF DISINFECTANTS  INTO DRINKING WATER WITH PARTICULAR REGARD TO MINIMIZING TRIHALOMETHANE
 PRODUCTION AND OPTIMIZING THE  DISINFECTION PROCESS.  APPROACH:  1.  EVALUATE DISINFECTION EFFICIENCY
 AND THM FORMATION  AT 75  GPM AND DISINFECTANT DOSES OF 0.5,  1.5.  AND 5.0 MG/L AS CHLORINE FOR: A.
 CHLORINE ALONE ADDED AS  DISINFECTANT. B.  CHLORINE ADDED AT  RAPID  MIXER AS THE DISINFECTANT FOLLOWED
 BY THE ADDITION  OF  AMMONIA AT  A CHLORINE TO AMMONIA MOLAR RATION  OF 3:1 AFTER A CHLORINE CONTACT
 TIME OF 15 SECONDS. C.  CHLORINE DIOXIDE PLUS CHLORINE IN A  3:1  RATIO.  2.  DEVELOP PREDICTIVE MODEL
 FOR PROCESS CONTROL. ADDRESS EFFICACY AND ECONOMY OF  DISINFECTANTS STUDIED IN RELATION TO
 MAXIMIZING DISINFECTION  EFFICIENCY  AND  MINIMIZING THM PRODUCTION.  3.  EVALUATE ROLE OF CHLOROPHYLL-A
 AND HUMIC ACIDS  AS  THM PRECURSORS.  4. DETERMINE ENTEROVIRUS BACKGROUND CONCENTRATIONS AND EVALUATE
 VIRAL INACTIVATION EFFICIENCY  OF DISINFECTION SCHEMES STUDIED.
                                                             LAB  STUDIES
                                                              EPA  -R806046
                      ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD  -RC10B30-10SO
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•PROJECT: OO<686-AIRBORNE SOLAR RADIATION MEASUREMENT  FOR  STATE
                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA'  ~POTECTION  AGENCY
                          * OFFICE OF RESEARCH AN    VELOPMENT •
                               GRANT PROJECT DESC-.   I'lONS
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT.•

  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT ....
  TASK =G6O3A-AA-134  • 'EPA =R806O48-O1   + « (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  08/78 -  UNK       FY80
FS BINKOWSKI               EPA/ESRL - RTP
BA ALBRECHT                PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV
08/78 -COMPLETE  FIELD MEASUREMENTS
11/78 -MEASURED  DATA  AVAILABLE TO OTHER INVESTIGATORS
06/79 -REPORT ON RADIANT  ENERGV BALANCES
(PE-603  )            TRANS.  AND FATE -AIR
RADIATION DATA FOR  METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS FOUND 6
ANALYSES OF BOUNDARY  LAVER RADIATION BALANCES
10-02     CLEAN  AIR ACT
FIELD WORK PERFORMED  8/78
DATA CHECKED AND VALIDATED, AND UNPUBLISHED REPORT
DESCRIBING FORMAT OF  TAPES LISTING ALL AVAILABLE DATA
PREPARED.  COPIES OF  DATA ARE  AVAILABLE FROM STATE
DATA BANK.
RECN-O01686
PE  -603
PROJECT-COMPLETED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                FTS S-629-4524
                                                                EARTH S MINERAL  SCI
                                        SSIE-GMA  4916 2
                                                               EPA  -R8O6048-01
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                     ORD -RG1OB3O-1O8O
                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-80
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
THIS TASK  IS PART OF  A LARGE  PROGRAM TO DETERMINE TRANSPORT. TRANSFORMATION,  AND  REMOVAL  PROCESSES
 AND RATES AFFECTING  ATMOSPHERIC  CONCENTRATIONS OF SULFUR COMPOUNDS. INITIAL  EMPHASIS  IS  ON STUDIES
 OF DEFINABLE PLUMES  OUT  TO  TIMES AND DISTANCES OF 24 HRS.  AND 500 KM, RESPECTIVELY. MEASUREMENTS OF
 SOLAR AND LONGWAVE  (THERMAL)  RADIATION WILL BE MADE USING UPWARD AND DOWNWIND FACING  SENSORS TO
 CHARACTERIZE THE RADIANT FLUXES  AND FLUX DIVERGENCE WHICH ARE FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS  AFFECTING
 BOUNDARY  LAYER  STRUCTURE. OUTPUT OF THIS TASK WILL BE RADIATION DATA FOR A VARIETY  OF
 METEOROLOGICAL  CONDITIONS ENCOUNTERED DURING THE STUDY PERIOD. AND ANALYSES  OF THE  BOUNDARY LAYER
 RADIATION BALANCES.
                    TASK =G603A-AB-OO5 »»EPA = R806O48-01   * *  (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   08/78  - O3/81  :    FY78
•PROJECT- O01734-STUDIES OF PLANETARY BOUNDARY LAYER
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM  ID.  .
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                           EPA/ESRL - RTP
                           PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV
                           PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV
FS BINKOWSKI
AK BLACKADAR
DW THOMSON
09/80 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-603  )            TRANS.  AND FATE OF POLLUTANTS -AIR
10-02     CLEAN  AIR  ACT
RECN-OO1734            SSIE-GMA  4914
LABN-G6O3A-AE-19       PE   -503
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THIS STUDY OF  THE PLANETARY  BOUNDARY LAYER (PEL) WILL INCLUDE
 OF THE CONVECTIVE MIXED  LAYER,  THE SURFACE ENERGY BUDGET AND
 SECOND PART OF  THE  STUDY WILL BE  A MULT I-PLATFORM FIELD STUD.
                                             EPA -R806048-01
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
FTS 8-629-4524
EARTH & MINERAL SCI
EARTH & MINERAL SCI
                                                                   ORD  -RG10E30-1O78
                                                                   UPDATED-  OCT-DEC
                                                               FURTHER DEVELOPMENT
                                                               THE SURFACE FLU.X OF
                                                                OF THE (PEL)
                   OF NEW TREATMENTS
                   A POLLUTANT  A

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i=PROJECT: 004796-BOUNDARY  LAYER  MODEL  IMPROVEMENT  AND VALIDATION
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  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES.   :

  PROGRAM ID..  :
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	:
                                                                FTS 8-629-4524
                                                                EARTH & MINERAL SCI
                                                                EARTH & MINERAL SCI
  TASK =G603A-AB-O19  **EPA=R806048-O152**  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  OO/79  -  03/81  :    FY79
FS BINKOWSKI               EPA/ESRL  -  RTP
AK BLACKADAR               PENNSYLVANIA STATE  UNIV
DW THOMSON                 PENNSYLVANIA STATE  UNIV
06/80 -REPORT ON BOUNDARY  LAYER  MODEL
O3/81 -FINAL REPORT ON  BOUNDARY  LAYER  MODEL
(PE-6O3  )           TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
REPORT ON BOUNDARY LAYER MODEL
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
MEASUREMENTS MADE AND ANALYSES BEGUN.
MODELS COMPLETED AND BEING REFINED: DATA BEING  TAKEN.
                      SSIE-GMA  5983  1      EPA  -R806048-0152
                      PE   -603
                      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: 1. MODEL SURFACE  EXCHANGE PROCESSES;  2. MODEL  PLANETARY  BOUNDARY  LAYER,  WIND,
 TEMPERATURE, MOISTURE  PROFILES;  3. MEASURE WIND,  TEMPERATURE  PROFILES,  ALONG WITH  OTHER  PEL
 CHARACTERISTICS. APPROACH:  SIMPLIFIED NUMERICAL MODELS WILL BE  COMPARED WITH FIELD DATA  AND OTHER
 EXISTING DATA SETS.
RECN-004796
LABN-G603A-AA- 134
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD -RG10B30-1079
UPDATED-  JAN-MAR SO
<-PROJECT:  OOOO40-RECOVERY STUDIES OF PESTICIDES  FOR  SURFACE  AND  DRINKING  WATERS
  EPA   OFFICER . :
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES..:

  PROJ  STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	:
  TASK =A614  -000041  **EPA=R806049-01   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O6/78  -  O6/83      FY79
JJ LICHTENBERG             EPA/EMSL  - CINC
TF MCGRATH                 SUSOUEHANNA  UNIV
06/79 -PROGRESS REPORT
(PE-614  )           PUBLIC SECTOR ACTIVITIES-  WATER  SUPPLY
1O-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
DATA ON 33 COMPOUNDS  OBTAINED.
RECN-OOOO4O           SSIE-GMA   5084  1       EPA  -R8O6049-01
PE  -614
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THIS PROJECT INVOLVES ACQUISITION OF  ACCURACY  AND PRECISION  DATA  FOR  A VARIETY OF
 ORGANOCHLORINE AND ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDES  FROM DRINKING  WATER  AND SURFACE  WATER.  APPROACH-  THE
 OFFICIAL EPA METHODS, USING  LIQUID-LI QUID EXTRACTION  AND GAS  CHROMATOGRAPHIC  (ELECTRON CAPTURE AND
 FLAME PHOTOMETRIC) ANALYSIS  WILL BE EMPLOYED. FORTY-TWO  COMPOUNDS,  SELECTED ON  THE  BASIS OF EITHER
 THEIR INCLUSION  IN THE EPA  OR  BECAUSE  OF  THEIR  CURRENT  INTEREST  TO  THE EPA  AND  THE  PUBLIC,  WILL  BE
 STUDIED. RESULTS TO  DATE: DATA ON  33  COMPOUNDS  HAVE BEEN OBTAINED.
                                                                FTS  8-684-7308
                                                                UNDERGRADUATE  SCH
                                                                   ORD  -RA1OB3O-1O79
                                                                   UPDATED-   JUL-SEP  79

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PROJECT: OO3765-CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF  OIL SHALE PROCESSING AND
                 COAL CONVERSION EFFLUENTS
                   TASK =N831 -OOOOO6  -*EPA=R806O51-O2   ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O7/78  -  08/80  :    FV79
                 LH MUELLER                EPA/ERL  -  DULUTH                     FTS 8-783-9529
                 RK SKOGERBOE              COLORADO STATE UNI'V                   CHEM/ELEC ENG DEPTS
                 (PE-831  )            EFFECTS OF  ENERGY  REL POLLUTANTS
                 30-99     CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY
EPA  OFFICER.:
INVESTIGATOR.
PROGRAM ID..  :
MANDATE	
ORDIS CODES..:
 PROJ STATUS.

 ABSTRACT  ...
                RECN-OO3765
                LABN-N625A-087
                ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                THE  OVERALL OBJECTIVE
                                                 521 1  1
                                                              EPA  -R8O6O51-02
                                                                                    ORD -RN1CE3O-3O79
                                                              ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    UPDATED-  OCT-DEC  79
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE   -831
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                      IS  TO  PROVIDE PREDICTIVE INFORMATION ABOUT THE  EFFECTS  OF  POLLUTANTS FROM OIL
SHALE PROCESSING AND  COAL CONVERSION ON SURFACE WATERS, AND THE AQUATIC BIOTA.  THE  THREE AREAS OF
INVESTIGATION INCLUDE:  H)  CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF EFFLUENTS AND E/PRODUCTS  ASSOCIATED WITH
EACH OF THE ABOVE  ENERGY  DEVELOPMENT AREAS;  (2) FIELD SURVEVS AND ANALYSES OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS IN
STREAMS WHICH ARE, OR  MAY BE.  IMPACTED BY THESE EFFLUENTS; AND (3) LABORATORY BIOASSAYS OF KNOWN
AND POTENTIAL TOXICANTS  ASSOCIATED WITH THESE EFFLUENTS.

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•fPROJECT- 003224-VERIFICATION OF  A  PESTICIDE  TRANSPORT AND EIOACCUMULATION MODEL
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:




  ORDIS  CODES.  :

  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT..    :
                   TASK =KC34  -000463  **EPA=R806059
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  10/78  -
                 +* (GRANT)
                10/81     FY8O
    EPA/ERL - ATHENS
    UNIV OF IOWA
FTS 8-250-3175
ENG DEPT
ENG DEPT
TO BARNWELL
JL SCHNOOR
DB MCDONALD                UNIV  OF  IOWA
1O/79 -INTERIM  REPORT  -  PHASES  1 & 2
10/80 -INTERIM  REPORT  -  PHASE 3
10/81 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-C34  )            RENEWABLE RESOURCES  -WATER QUALITY
10-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
1O-O3     TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
10-06     FEDERAL INSECTICIDE,  FUNG.  AND RODENT.  ACT
2O-34     DAA FOR PESTICIDE  PROGRAMS
20-31     DAA FOR TESTING  AND EVALUATION
20-R07    EPA REGION VII"
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR HAS DEVELOPED  STEADY-STATE
SOLUTION FOR MODEL AND IS  INVESTIGATING  USE  OF
DIMENSIONLESS NUMBERS  TO CHARACTERIZE SYSTEM RESPONSE.
THE MODEL FOR DILLDREN DESCRIBED IN THE  INTERIM REPORT  HAS
BEEN EXTENDED TO ATRAZINE  AND LASOO WITH GOOD  RESULTS.
RECN-003224            SSIE-GMA  S015  2       EPA -R806059
PE  -C34
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THE PURPOSE OF  THIS  RESEARCH IS TO PROVIDE VERIFICATION OF THE  STANFORD  RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SRI)
 MODEL FOR A NUMBER  OF DIFFERENT PESTICIDES.  PESTICIDE  RESIDUE  DATA  (FISH,  SEDIMENT,  AND WATER.) THAT
 HAVE BEEN COLLECTED FROM  THE CORALVILLE RESERVOIR  IN IOWA DURING 1968-1977 WILL BE USED.  THE
 PROJECT HAS THREE OBJECTIVES:  (1)  TO CALIBRATE AND  VERIFY THE  SRI MODEL FOR CORALVILLE RESERVOIR.
 (2) TO EVALUTE AND, IF NECESSARY,  IMPROVE THE MODEL FORMULATIONS AND  EASE  OF USE,  AND (3) TO USE
 THE MODEL TO ASSESS THE IMPROVEMENTS IN BIOTA AND WATER QUALITY  THAT  WOULD ACCRUE  FROM VARIOUS
 CONTROL STRATEGIES. THERE WILL BE FOUR  PHASES TO THE PROJECT:  (1) DATA  REDUCTION AND ANALYSIS, (2)
 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT. (3) CALIBRATION,  VERIFICATION. AND EVALUATION OF  THE MODEL,  AND (4)
 SIMULATION OF  SCENARIOS OF  DECREASED PESTICIDE LOAD. PHASES  (1)  AND (21 WILL BE DONE IN THE  FIRST
 YEAR OF THE PROJECT WITH  PHASE (3) TAKING PLACE  IN  THE SECOND  YEAR  AND  PHASE (4)  IN  THE THIRD YEAR.
                                            ORD -RK10B30-5O8O
                                            UPDATED-  06-23-30

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'PROJECT: OO1O5O-STUDY  OF  MICROBIAL AEROSOLS EMITTED FROM WATER RECLAMATION  PLANT
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID ...
  FINAL OUTPUT

  MANDATE.   ...
  CURR.  RESULTS:



  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT
  TASK = DC27  -1C0004  * "EPA=R8O6062     - * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE •  O7/78 - O3/81     FY80
W  JAKUBOWSKI              EPA/HERL - CINC                      FTS  8-684-7385
KF FANNIN                  I I  T RES INST                       CHICAGO                    IL 6O616
12/79 -COMPLETION  OF  PRE-OPERATIONAL DATA COLLECTION - INTERIM REPORT
12/80 -COMPLETION  OF  POST-OPERATIONAL DATA COLLECTION
03/81 -ASSESSMENT  OF  CONTRIBUTION OF AN ACTIVATED SLUDGE PLANT TO MICROEIOLOGIC  AIR  OU
(PE-C27 )           HEALTH EFFECTS - WATER QUALITY
ASSESSMENT OF CONTRIBUTION OF  AN ACTIVATED SLUDGE
PLANT TO MICROEIOLOGIC  AIR QUALITY
10-O1     FEDERAL  WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
20-12     DAA FOR  WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS
2O-RO5    EPA REGION  V
PROJECT MANUAL  FOR TRAINING OF FIELD CREW PERSONNEL
DEVELOPED.  AEROSOL SAMPLING BEFORE PLANT START-UP
COMPLETED.  THIRD  PRE-OPERATIONAL SAMPLING PERIOD
WILL BE COMPLETED  EARLY NOV.  79.
RECN-OO105O            SSIE-GMA  5144 2      EPA -R806O62          ORD -RD10B30-508O
                       PE  -C27
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-80
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE  THE OCCURRENCE OF MICROORGANISMS IN AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY  OF THE  O'HARE
 WATER RECLAMATION PLANT (OWRP) IN DES PLAINES. ILLINOIS DURING THE FALL AND SPRING  MONTHS  PRECEDING
 AND FOLLOWING  INITIATION OF PLANT OPERATIONS.  APPROACH:  USING SLIT SAMPLERS. MULTI-STAGED  IMPACTORS
 AND LARGE VOLUME  AIR SAMPLERS.  SAMPLES WILL BE COLLECTED AT ONE UPWIND AND THREE  DOWNWIND  SITES
 FROM THE AERATION TANKS.  BACTERIAL, COLIPHAGE  AND ANIMAL VIRUS AEROSOL CONCENTRATIONS WILL BE
 DETERMINED BEFORE AND  AFTER THE PLANT IS PLACED IN OPERATION.
LABN-D607A-006B
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH

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	An Economic Analysis of an Agro-ecosystem fnr PP«H-
IVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
ROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
       Dr. Thomas  C.  Edens: Principal  Investigator, Depts.  of Resource Development and
                                                                 Entomology
       Dr. Dean L. Haynes:  Co-principal Investigator, Dept.  of Entomology
       Dr. R. Lai  Tummala:  Co-principal Investigator, Depts.  of Ent. S Electrical Engin.
AME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
                 & Systems Science
       Department of Entomology
       Michigan State  University, East Lansing, MI
48824
UMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (1) Objectives, (2) Approach, (3) Current Pl«ni end/or Progress (100 word* or (••«. Omit confidential dat»).
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        This research project addresses the questions of  (a)  what is the range  of
  potential agricultural pest management options available,  and (b)  what are the
  likely permissive and inhibiting influences on adoption  of new practices.  The
  management options evaluated include many which are not  usually visible in a
  commercial ecosystem.   We have established crop production prototypes in chemically
  pristine areas in order to analyze  the primary and secondary biological interactions.
  Some  of these  relationships provide valuable insights to heretofore undiscovered
  management strategies.

        In order  to  assess the potential  for transfering some of these new management
  practices to commercial firms, we have initiated extensive surveys  of a prototype
  commercial area.   These surveys will be  expanded to include organic growers  in the
  next  reporting period.  The range of production techniques falls along a continuum
  from  pristine  and organic to high energy capital intensive.   Growers are categorized
  according to their practices and positioned on this continuum.   Attitudes (and
  abilities) toward chancre generally  and adoptation to less  capital intensive  tech-
  niques are evaluated In the context of each grower's place on the continuum.

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     In vivo  Analysis  of UV-B  Induced  Photooxidatlons
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.

     Norman  I.  Krlnsky, Dept.  Biochemistry and  Pharmacology, Professor
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
     Tufts University  School  of Medicine
     136 Harrison Avenue
     Boston,  Massachusetts 02111
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (I) Objective!, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plan* and/or Progress (200 words or fe»». Omit confidential datrn).
  In the Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of woifc In progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup-
  porting research and are forwarded to Investigators who re~ -eat such Information. Your summary la to be used for these purposes.
         Mice will be injected with * Bvalonic  acid which will result in  the labeling
     of their skin steroids.   These animals will then be irradiated with  UV-B, the skin
     steroids extracted, and  the various  oxidation products of cholesterol  will be
     analyzed.  Based on the  types  of oxidation products present,  it will be possible to
     determine the mechanism  of photochemical oxidations taking place when  UV-B
     radiance is  increased.

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"•PROJECT-  000802-STABILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS  OF  CHLORINE,  CHLORAMINE  AND CHLORINE DIOXIDE
                  IN A WATER DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEM
                   TASK =CC61 -S2TO45  '*EPA=R8O6O74-02   * * (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 09/78  -  01/81  :    FY80
                 RH TAYLOR                  EPA/MERL  - CINC                      FTS 8-684-7232
                 VP OLIVIERI                JOHNS HOPKINS  UNIV                   BALTIMORE
                                            JOHNS HOPKINS  UNIV                   BALTIMORE
                                            JOHNS HOPKINS  UNIV                   BALTIMORE
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS  CODES..:

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	
               K  KAWATA
               CW KRUSE
               OS/79  -CONTINUATION  FUNDED
               (PE-C61  )            DRINK WATER TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
               1O-15     SAFE DRINKING  WATER ACT
               MODIFICATIONS TO  WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM COMPLETED.
               SHORT  TERM DISINFECTANT  EXPOSURE OF F2 PHAGE AND E.  COL 1
               SHOW CHLORINE DIOXIDE AND FREE CHLORINE ARE VERY EFFECTIVE
               BUT CHLORINES ARE  NOT STUDIES ON EFFECTIVENESS OF THESE
               DISINFECTANTS ON  CROSS-CONNECTION SLUGS ARE BEGINNING
                                              MD  21218
                                              MD  21218
                                              MD  21218
               RECN-OOO8O2
               LABN-C614A-O92
               PROJECT-COMPLETED
               GATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                              EPA  -R806O74-02
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RC1OB3O-1O8O
                      UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                      SSIE-GMA   51OO  2
                      PE   -C61
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: EVALUATE THE PERFORMANCE OF  FREE  CHLORINE,  CHLORAMINES,  AND  CHLORINE  DIOXIDE RESIDUALS IN
 A FULL SCALE SECTION OF  AN  EXISTING  WATER , DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEM  WHEN CHALLENGED WITH A SEWAGE
 CONTAMINANT SIMULATING A CROSS  CONNECTION OR  BACK  SIPHONAGE. APPROACH:  A  PORTION OF AN UNUSED WATER
 DISTRIBUTION ON  A MILITARY  RESERVATION WILL BE  MODIFIED TO  ALLOW  FOR MONITORING OF THE FATE OF
 CONTAMINANTS AND DISINFECTANTS  INTRODUCED INTO  THE WATER DISTRIBUTION  NETWORK.

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               U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
                NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
                                                                           Form Approved
                                                                         OMB No. V8-R0081
                                                                PROJECT NO. (Do not uaa this sp»c»)

                                                                SSIE
     PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
TITLE OF PROJECT
          Environmental Impact of Energy-Related Organic  Compounds on Aquatic  Organisms
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENTS. AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
                                                      Alan R.  Oyler
                                                      Chemistry  Department
                                                      Research Fellow
     Robert M.  Carlson, Principal Investigator
     Chemistry  Department
     Professor
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION

      University of Minnesota
      Minneapolis,  UN    55455
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (I) Objectives, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plan* and/or Progress (200 words or less. Omit confidential data).
   In the Smithsonian Scivncr liifurmutIon Exchange, summaries of work In progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup-
porting research and are forwarded tn Investigators who request such Information. Your summary is to be used for theae purposes.


          The goal of the project is to access the potential hazard  to aquatic  organ-
     isms of exposure to sediments,  suspended microparticulates, and water known to
     contain compounds originally associated  with fossil  fuels  or derived from the
     processing and combustion of fossil fuels.  These  energy related organic  compounds
     may Include polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)  and their sulfur and nitrogen
     heterocyclic analogs, phenols,  aromatic  nitro compounds, cyano-arenes,  aldehydes
     and ketones, amines, and carborylic acids and esters.   The present work is mainly
     focused upon the PAH, nitrogen- and sulfur-containing  heterocycles, and phenols.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAI "ROTECTION AGENCY
           1RT•  ORDCONV AVERSION V2.6)     » OFFICE DF RESEARCH At    :VELOPMENT  •
                                                GRANT PROJECT DESC    TIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O                 * O R D I S  DATA   EXTRACT*

'PROJECT: OO3522-EFFECTS  OF  SEDIMENT-TROPHIC INTERACTIONS ON STREAM COMMUNITIES
                                                 PAGE-
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  EPA  OFFICER . -
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID...:
  FINAL OUTPUT

  MANDATE..
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT.  ..
                   FTS B-42O-47G1
                   SCH OF AGRIC/ENTOMOL DEPT
  TASK =M82O  -OOOO11  **EPA=R8O6087-01   "" (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE, :  08/78 -  03/81  :    FY79
KW MALUEG                  EPA/ERL - CORVALLIS
NH ANDERSON                OREGON STATE UNIV
O7/8O -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-820 )           FRESHWATER ECO  EFFECTS  -  WATER QUALITY
REPORT TO INCREASE UNDERSTANDING OF SEDIMENTATION
EFFECTS ON FISH.
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
ALL FIELD SAMPLING HAS  BEEN  COMPLETE.   VERTEBRATE
DENSITIES AND BIOMASSES HAVE BEEN ESTIMATED,  AND HAVE BEEN
CORRELATED WITH SEDIMENT LEVELS.  INVERTEBRATE SAMPLES
ARE BEING IDENTIFIED.   LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS  ARE
IN PROCESS.
RECN-003522           SSIE-GMA  5035 1
LABN-M608A-224        PE  -820
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE HOW  SEDIMENT IMPACTS  IN HABITAT AND TROPHIC PROCESSES INFLUENCE STREAM
 INVERTEBRATES AND TO EVALUATE THREE METHODS  OF INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY ANALYSIS (DIVERSITY,
 FUNCTIONAL GROUPING, AND SPECIES TOLERANCE  INDEX)  AS WAYS OF DETECTING CHANGE AND AS SOURCES OF
 INFORMATION  ON STREAM  HEALTH  IN GENERAL. FINAL OUTPUT: REPORT WHICH WILL INCREASE OUR UNDERSTANDING
 OF SEDIMENTATION EFFECTS ON FISH.
                                                              EPA -R806O87-01
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RM10B30-1O79
                      UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
•PROJECT: 001813-MECHANISM AND KINETICS OF AROMATIC REACTIONS IN SMOG
  EPA  OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID..  :
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS'
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT ...
                   FTS 8-629-23"
                   MENLO PARK
                                             CA 94025
  TASK =GC05  -000294  **EPA=R806093-02  ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O6/75 - O5/81  :    FY8O
MC DODGE                   EPA/ESRL - RTP
DG HENDRY                  SRI  INTERNATL
12/81 -FINAL  REPORT ROLE  OF  AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS
(PE-C05  )           TRANS.  AND FATE - AIR
REPORT ON ROLE  OF  AROMATIC  HYDROCARBONS
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
INVESTIGATOR  HAS  STUDIED  DISSOCIATION REACTION OF  PBZN AND
DETERMINED RATE CONSTANTS FOR  REACTION OF PEROXYBENSOYL RADICALS
WITH NO AND N02 AND OBTAINED RATE  CONSTANTS  FOR REACTION OF
CREOSOL WITH  OH AND O3.
RECN-001813            SSIE-GMA  5171 2      EPA -R806093-02
LABN-G6O3A-AC-O21      PE   -COS
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS -PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE  OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS RESEARCH PROGRAM  IS TO ELUCIDATE  THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PRODUCTS
 FORMED IN THE  OXIDATION  OF  AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS.  APPROACH:  THE INVESTIGATOR WILL (1) OBTAIN A
 PRODUCT BALANCE  FOR  THE  TOLUENE PLUS OH REACTION,  (2) STUDY  THE REACTION OF BENZALDEHYDE AND CRESOL
 WITH OH. (3) DETERMINE QUANTUM  YIELDS FOR THE PHOTOLYSIS OF  BENZALDEHYDE,  (4) STUDY THE REACTIONS
 OF PHENOXY RADICALS  AND  (5) MODEL AROMATIC/NOX SMOG CHAMBER  DATA.
                                                                                    ORD -RG10B30-1O80
                      UPDATED-  06-28-80

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                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT/1  PROTECTION AGENCY
                          *  OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    EVELOPMENT *
                               GRANT PROJECT DESL. _r>TIONS
                          *  0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*
                          PAGE-
                                   140
*PROJECT: O04400-PRESENCE OF  PRIORITY  POLLUTANTS IN SEWAGE AND THEIR REMOVAL IN SEWAGE
                 TREATMENT  PLANTS
                   TASK  =CC36 -5TAFO3  * *EPA=R806 102 -01   * *• (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION  DATE :  OO/79 -  O6/80 :    FYSO
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  PROGRAM ID. .  .
  FINAL OUTPUT.

  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:



  ORDIS  CODES...

  PROJ STATUS. .  :

  ABSTRACT	:
SA HANNAH                  EPA''"-'ERL -  CINC                      FTS 8-684-7651
FB DEWALLE                 UNIv  OF  WASHINGTON                   SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HLTH
ES CHIAN                   GEORGIA  INST OF TECH                 SCH OF CIVIL ENG
(PE-C36 )            URBAN  SYS & TOXICS RESIDUAL MANAGE - WATER QUALITY
ANALYTICAL PROTOCOL  FOR  PRIORITY POLLUTANTS
RESULTS OF SURVEY OF  25  TREATMENT  PLANT FOR PRIOR.  POLL.
10-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT
1O-03     TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
20-11     DAA FOR WATER  PLANNING AND  STANDARDS
2O-12     DAA FOR WATER  PROGRAM OPERATIONS
SAMPLING OF ALL PLANTS HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND SAMPLES ARE
BEING ANALYZED PRELIMINARY RESULTS FRON THE FIRST THREE
PLANTS SHOWED THE PRESENCE OF 87 PRIORITY POLLUTANTS WITH
24 ORGANIC AND 13 METALS BEING  FOUND  IN ALL 3  PLANTS.
RECN-OO44OO           SSIE-GMA   5674  1      EPA -R8O61O2-O1
PE  -C36
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVES/APPROACH:  THE PROPOSED  STUDY WILL CONDUCT A SURVEY TO DETECT THE PRESENCE OF PRIORITY
 POLLUTANTS IN RAW SEWAGE  IN MAJOR METROPOLITAN AREAS DURING BOTH THE DRY AND WET SEASON. THE
 REMOVAL OF THESE POLLUTANTS BY SEDIMENTATION AND BIOLOGICAL DEGRADATION WILL BE ASSESSED BY
 MONITORING FOR TRACE POLLUTANTS IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SEWAGE EFFLUENT.  SINCE MANY POLLUTANTS
 ACCUMULATE IN THE BACTERIAL BIOMASS,  ANAEROBIC DIGESTER SLUDGE WILL ALSO BE TESTED FOR PRIORITV
 POLLUTANTS. EACH SAMPLE WILL BE ANALYZED FOR VOLATILE CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS USING A PURGING
 TECHNIQUE. CHLORO-  AND  NITROBEN2ENES, BIPHENYLS. ETHERS. NITROSAMINES AND  PHTHALATES WILL BE
 OBTAINED IN THE NEUTRAL/BASE METHYLENE CHLORIDE EXTRACT, WHILE CHLORINATED PHENOLS WILL BE
 RECOVERED IN THE ACID METHYLENE CHLORIDE EXTRACT.  POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS WILL BE
 EXTRACTED FROM THE  WATER  WITH  CYCLOHEXANE WHILE PESTICIDES  WILL BE RECOVERED WITH HEXANE.  ANY
 PRIORITY POLLUTANT  PRESENT ABOVE  1 PPB (1 MICROGRAM L) WILL BE ANALYZED AND OUANTIFIED-
ORD -RC1OB3O-508O
UPDATED-  06-28-80

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'PROJECT: OO1847-ASSESSMENT  OF  TURBIDITY NETWORK DATA
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID..  :
  FINAL OUTPUT

  MANDATE ...

  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES.  :

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                                                                FTS 8-629-4543
                                                                DEPT OF CIVIL &  ENV  ENGIN
  TASK = GCO5  -OOO341  »•EPA=R8O6124-O1S1*' (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  08/78 - O9/8O :    FV8O
HJ VIEBROCK*               EPA/ESRL - RTP
E  ROBINSON                WASHINGTON STATE UNIV
09/79 -PROGRESS  REPORT  ON  ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES
09/60 -FINAL  REPORT
O9/80 -REPORT ON RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN ATMOSPHERIC TURBIDITY AND SYNOPTIC WEATHER  SYSTE  ,
(PE-C05 )            TRANS.  AND FATE - AIR
REPORT ON RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN ATMOSPHERIC
TURBIDITY AND SYNOPTIC  WEATHER SYSTEMS.
10-02     CLEAN  AIR  ACT
3O-99     METEOROLOGY
QUALITY OF DATA  ASSESSED AND DATA CLASSIFIED AND
PREPARED FOR  STATISTICAL ANAL/SES PROCEDURES.
RECN-001847           SSIE-GMA  5177 2      EPA -RS06124-01S1      ORD -RG10B30-5080
LABN-G603A-AE-O27     PE   -C05
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-8O
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVES  OF THE  STUDY ARE TO  DETERMINE THE TRENDS IN ATMOSPHERIC TURBIDITY  AND  TO
 RELATE THESE TRENDS  TO OTHER  METEOROLOGICAL AND AIR QUALITY PARAMETERS. APPROACH: THE  TURBIDITY
 DATA COLLECTED  OVER  THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1966 WILL  BE EVALUATED AND THEIR QUALITY ASSESSED.  THE
 DATA WILL THEN  BE USED TO STATISTICALLY DETERMINE ANY  TURBIDITY TRENDS AND THESE TRENDS  WILL  BE
 CORRELATED WITH OTHER  PARAMETERS TO ASCERTAIN ANY RELATIONSHIPS THAT MAY EXIST
•PROJECT: 003919-THE  EFFECTS  OF  DRILLING MUD ON MARINE ORGANISMS
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE..   .
 CURR.  RESULTS:


 ORDIS  CODES.   :

 PROJ STATUS.   :

 ABSTRACT       :
  TASK =QC2N  -Q00026  **EPA=R80613O-01   —  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O6/78 -  10/80 :    FY8O
NL RICHARDS                EPA/ERL -GULF  BREEZE
RC CLASSEN                 STATE UNIV SYS OF FLORIDA
07/79  -COMPLETE  METHODS DEVELOPMENT
10/79  -APPLY  METHODS  TO ENVIRONMENTAL  SAMPLES
10/80  -REPORT
(PE-C2N  )            TRANS,FATE, AND EFFECTS OF ENERGY REL POLLUTANTS
10-01     FEDERAL  WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
1O-O2     CLEAN  AIR  ACT
1O-11     MARINE PROTECTION.  RESEARCH  AND  SANCTUARIES ACT
20-10     AA  FOR WATER  AND  WASTE  MANAGEMENT
20-62     DAA  FOR  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGIN.  AND TECHNOLOGY
20-R01    EPA  REGION  I
20-RO2    EPA  REGION  II
20-11     DAA  FOR  WATER PLANNING  AND STANDARDS
3O-99     BIOLOGY
COMPLETED PRELIMINARY RESEARCH ON METHODS  DEVELOPMENT
TO ASSESS IMPACT OF OFFSHORE  OIL  AND GAS EXPLORATION
ON MARINE ORGANISMS.
                      SSIE-GMA  5496 2
                      PE   -C2N
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                                                                FTS-8-686-9O11
                                                                DEPT. OF GEOLOGY
                                             EPA  -R806130-01
                                                                   ORD -RO 1OB30-5O80
                                             ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-8O
RECN-OO3919
LABN-0831  -OO26
ACTIVE -MULTIVEAR
CATEGORV-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP  AND  APPLY  METHODS TO DETERMINE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS
 EXPLORATION ON MARINE  ORGANISMS.  APPROACH:  DETERMINE EFFECTS THAT RESULT FROM EXPOSURE OF MARINE
 ORGANISMS TO DRILLING  MUDS  AND  THEIR COMPONENTS.

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                                                GRANT  PROJECT  DESC    TIONS
                                           *  0  R D  I S  DATA  EXTRACT*
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EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES...
*PROJECT' 004445-EFFECTS OF DRILLING MUD  CONSTITUENTS  ON  THE  SEDIMENTARY  MICROFLORA  AND
                 THE BASE OF THE MARINE BENTHIC  FOOD WEB
                   TASK =OC2N  -000025  **EPA=R806143-01   **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O8/78 -  OS/SO  :    FY8O
                 NL .RICHARDS                EPA/ERL  -GULF  BREEZE                  FTS-8-680-9O11
                 DC WHITE                   FLORIDA  STATE  UNIV                   ARTS &  SCI/CHEM DEPT
                 11/79 -COMPLETE METHODS  DEVELOPMENT FOR  DETECTION  OF MICROORGANISMS
                 O8/8O -APPLY  METHODS  TO  ENVIRONMENTAL  SAMPLES AND  REPORT ON  RESULTS

                                     TRANS,FATE,  AND EFFECTS  OF  ENERGY REL POLLUTANTS
                           FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
                           CLEAN AIR ACT
                           MARINE PROTECTION, RESEARCH  AND  SANCTUARIES ACT
                           AA  FOR WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
                           DAA FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGIN. AND TECHNOLOGY
                           EPA REGION  I
                           EPA REGION  II
                               FOR WATER  PLANNING AND  STANDARDS
O8/8O -REPORT
PROGRAM ID...: (PE-C2N )
MANDATE 1O-Q1 FFD
10-02
10- 1 1
20-10
20-62
2O-R01
20-RO2
2O- 1 1
30-99
CLE,
MAR
AA
DAA
EPA
EPA
DAA
BIO
CURR. RESULTS:
ORDIS CODES..'

PROJ STATUS. . :

ABSTRACT  ....
               COMPLETED  PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON METHODS DEVELOPMENT.
                                                  56O1  1
                                                              EPA  -R8O6143-O1
                                                              ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD  -RQ1OB3O-5O8O
                                                                                    UPDATED-   O6-28-8O
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE  -C2N
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP AND APPLY METHODS TO ASSESS ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS
 EXPLORATION ON MARINE ORGANISMS. APPROACH: DETERMINE EFFECTS THAT RESULT FROM EXPOSURE OF MARINE
 ORGANISMS.
RECN-O04445
LABN-Q625A-QO25
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH

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       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O                  * O R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*

-PROJECT: OO4638-OIL SHALE SYMPOSIUM -  SAMPLING,  ANALYSIS.  AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
                                                                                             PAGE-
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE..   ..:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT....
  TASK =E623A-000831  **EPA=RB06156-01   - *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O6/78  -  01/79 :    FY79
PE MILLS                   EPA/IERL  - CINC
RE PRESSEY                 UNIV OF DENVER
07/78 -CALL FOR PAPERS,  MAIL  REGISTRATION  FLYERS
O8/78 -REVIEW ABSTRACTS.  SELECT  PAPERS
10/78 -PAPERS DUE
1O/78 -DRAFT FINAL REPORT
10/79 -PROCEEDINGS MAILED
01/79 -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
(PE-623  )           EXTRACTION AND PROCESSING  TECHNOLOGY  -ENERGY
20-99     OFFICE PROGRAM OPERATIONS  IERL-CI
SYMPOSIUM HELD MARCH  26-28.  1979  IN  DENVER, CO.
260 ATTENDEES PRESENT.   45 PAPERS PRESENT.
PROCEEDINGS AVAILABLE THROUGH  NTIS.
RECN-004638           SSIE-GMA  5909
PE  -623
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                FTS 8-684-4216
                                                                DENVER RES INST
                                             EPA  -R806156-01
                                             ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RB1OB30-2079
                                                                   UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE A FORUM  FOR THE  STATEMENT  OF  THE  STATE-OF-THE-ART  IN  SAMPLING.  ANALYSIS.  AND
 QUALITY ASSURANCE OF THE OIL  SHALE  INDUSTRY  POLLUTANTS,  AND  OPINIONS  FROM  GOVERNMENTAL AND
 INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONS AS  TO  THE  FUTURE  NEEDS IN  THESE  AREAS. APPROACH:  A GRANT WAS LET
 TO DENVER RESEARCH INSTITUTE, TO WORK WITH THE  USEPA  IN  ORGANIZING AND  HOLDING  A  SYMPOSIUM IN WHICH
 CURRENT RESEARCH TOPICS IN THE AREAS  OF  POLLUTANT  SAMPLING,  ANALYSIS, AND  QUALITY ASSURANCE WOULD
 BE DISCUSSED. PAPERS FROM INDUSTRY, GOVERNMENT,  AND ACADEMIC  RESEARCHERS WERE SOLICITED FOR
 PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION.
"PROJECT: OO4889-ASSESSMENT OF  ENTRAINMENT  AND  IMPINGEMENT  OF  YELLOW  PERCH
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ  STATUS.

  ABSTRACT....
  TASK =N769  -OOOO50  *>EPA=R806159-01   '*  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  09/79  -  1O/80  :    FY79
NA THOMAS                  EPA/ERL  -  DULUTH
AL JENSEN                  UNIV OF  MICHIGAN
O9/79 -INTERIM REPORT
10/80 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-769  )           GREAT  LAKES  PROGRAM
FINAL REPORT
                                                               FTS 8-226-7811
                                                               SCHOOL OF NAT.  RES.
1O-O1
20- 12
20-40
20-R05
20-R02
30-99
RECN-O04889
PE  -769
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: REVIEW STACK ASSESSMENT AND  ENTRAINMENT AND  IMPINGEMENT MODELS  FOR  THEIR  ASSUMPTIONS.
 RETURN THE IMPACT OF  POWER  PLANTS AND  YIELDS OF  YELLOW PERCH AND TO  EVALUATE  THE  FEASIBILITY  OF
 MODIFYING AND APPLYING CONVENTIONAL  FISHERIES MODELS FOR ANALYSIS OF  ENVIRONMENT  IMPACT.  APPROACH:
 FIELD DATA WILL BE TESTED AGAINST CONVENTIONAL YIELD AND POWER PLANT  IMPACT MODELS.
          FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
          DAA FOR WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS
          AA FOR ENFORCEMENT
          EPA REGION V
          EPA REGION II
          FISHERIES MANAGERS. POWER REGULATION
                      SSIE-GMA  5857        EPA  -R806159-01

                                            ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD  -RN10B30-5O79
                                                                  UPDATED-  JUL-SEP  79

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 'PROJECT- OO4752
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT.:

  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:


  ORDIS CODES. .  .

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	
-DETERMINATION OF MINIMAL HUMAN INFECTIOUS DOSE OF AN ENTEROVIRUS  IN
 DRINKING WATER
   TASK =DC27 -1B0006 **EPA=R806173     ++ (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O1/79 - O1/80  :   FY8O
 EW AKIN                   EPA/HERL - CINC                      FTS 8-684-7218
 GM SCHIFF                 CHRIST HOSP MED RES INST.             CINCINNATI                OH  45219
 01/80 -DATA ON NUMBER OF VIRAL UNITS REQUIRED TO INFECT YOUNG ADULTS
 (PE-C27 )           HEALTH EFFECTS - WATER QUALITY
 DATA  ON NUMBER OF VIRAL UNITS REQUIRED TO INFECT
 YOUNG ADULTS.
 1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
 10-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT
 2O-12     DAA  FOR WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS
 20-13     DAA  FOR DRINKING WATER
 PRELIMINARY RESULTS INDICATE THAT AS FEW AS  1O PFU OF
 ECHOVIRUS 12 CAN CAUSE INFECTION IN A SIGNIFICANT
 PERCENTAGE OF  EXPOSED AND SUSCEPTIBLE MALE ADULTS.
 RECN-OO4752           SSIE-GMA  5771  1      EPA -R8O6173          ORD -RD10B30-5O80
 LABN-D607A-017A       PE  -C27
 ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  TO  DETERMINE THE MIMINAL INFECTIOUS DOSE OF ECHOVIRUS  12 IN DRINKING WATER  IN SUSCEPTIBLE
 ADULT  MALE VOLUNTEERS. APPROACH:  TO INOCULATE VOLUNTEERS WITH VARVING DOSES OF ECHOVIRUS  12
 SUSPENDED IN  DRINKING WATER AND FOLLOW THE  VOLUNTEERS FOR EVIDENCE OF INFECTION (VIRAL SHEDDING AND
 ANTIBODY  RESPONSE) AND/OR ILLNESS.
"PROJECT:  O052O9-
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.  .
  MANDATE	
                                                                FTS 8-629-3064
                                                                DEPT OF MECH ENG
  CURR.  RESULTS:


  ORDIS  CODES.

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	
STUDIES ON DROPLET  ELECTRIFICATION IN RELATION TO LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC
 DETECTION
  TASK =GC12  -OOO521  * *EPA = R8O6175     **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  00/79 - 06/80 :    FY8O
JD MULIK                   EPA/ESRL -  RTP
BY LIU                     UNIV OF  MINNESOTA
O6/8O -FINAL  REPORT ON  INITIAL PROGRAM (2-YEARS)
(PE-C12 )           * NO  TEXT  FOUND **
1O-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
1O-1O     ENVIRONMENTAL RD&D AUTHORIZATION ACT
PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTS  SHOW  THAT DROPLET ELECTRIFICATION
WILL PROBABLY WORK AS POTENTIAL  HPLC  DETECTOR  ANDA
A NEW SYSTEM  DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED AND  TO BE EVALUATED.
                      SSIE-GMA  6119  1      EPA -R8O6175
                      PE   -C12
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE  FEASIBILITY OF DEVELOPING NEW HIGH-PRESSURE  LIQUID  CHROMATOGRAPHIC (HPLC)
 DETECTOR EASED ON  DROPLET ELECTRIFICATION.  APPROACH:  A  TWO-YEAR  PROGRAM IS  PROPOSED WITH THE MAIN
 EMPHASIS DURING  THE  1ST  YEAR  ON DEMONSTRATING FEASIBILITY  OF THE  CONCEPT.
RECN-OO52O9
LABN-G762B-DB-O1O
ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD -RG1OB3O-1O8O
UPDATED-  O6-28-8O

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                                          * OFFICE  OF  RESEARCH I
                                              GRANT  PROJECT  DES.
                                          * O  R D I S  DATA  E
                                                   PROTECTION AGENCY
                                                    EVELOPMENT *
                                                   .JTIONS
                                                  X T R A C T *
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•PROJECT- OO5O51-AN  INVESTIGATION OF BENTHIC AND  FISH  COMMUNITIES  OF  STOTTS AND EAGLE
                 CREEKS AS RELATED TO MIP
                   TASK = M82O -OOOO1O -fEPA=R8O6184-O1   *-  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  09/78  - 08/81  .    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: JN  GAKSTATTER             EPA/ERL - CORVALLIS                   503-757-4611
  INVESTIGATOR.  J   GAMMON                 DE PAUL UNIV                          SCH OF LIBERAL ARTS
  MILESTONES.   : 09/79  -ANNUAL REPORT
                 O9/8O  -ANNUAL REPORT
                 09/81  -FINAL REPORT
  PROGRAM ID...  (PE-820 )           FRESHWATER ECO EFFECTS   -  WATER  DUALITY
  FINAL OUTPUT.. : REPORT EVAL. CHANGE IN STREAM COMMUNITIES.
  MANDATE	  20-RO5    EPA REGION V
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-OO5O51           SSIE-GMA   6077         EPA  -R806184-O1
                                                                                   ORD -RM10B3O-1080
                                                               ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
                                                                                     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
               RECN-OO5O51
               PE   -820
PROJ STATUS..: ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
ABSTRACT .     : OBJECTIVE:  ESTABLISH BASELINE BIOLOGICAL CONDITION  AND  TO  EVALUATE  THE  EFFECT OF NON-POINT SOURCE
                POLLUTION  CONTROLS ON FRESHWATER FISH AND BENTHIC  INVERTEBRATE  POPULATIONS.  FINAL OUTPUT' REPORT
                THAT WILL  EVALUATE THE CHANGE IN STREAM COMMUNITIES  RESULTING  FROM BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
                IMPLEMENTATION AND SUBSEQUENT REDUCTION IN NONPOINT  SOURCE  POLLUTION.
•PROJECT: OO5O63-DEFINITION OF CHESAPEAKE BAY PROBLEMS OF EXCESSIVE  ENRICHMENT  OR
                  EUTROPHICATION
                    TASK =OC29 -000141 >* EPA=R8O6189      - "  (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 10/78 - 1O/8O  :    FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.

  PROGRAM  ID.
  MANDATE..
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                                          EPA/ERL -GULF BREEZE
                                          CHES RES CONSORTIUM INC
                                          PHYS SCI & OCEAN ENG
                                          UNIV OF MARYLAND
T  PHEIFFER
E  CRONIN
BJ NEILSON
D  HEINLE
10/78 -PROJECT  INITIATION
10/8O -REPORT
(PE-C29  )            CHESAPEAKE  BAY  STUDY
20-60     AA FOR  RESEARCH  AND DEVELOPMENT
20-RO3    EPA REGION III
30-99     ESTUARINE
                       SSIE-GMA
                       PE   -C29
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
                                                                FTS-8-922-3912
                                                                ANNAPOLIS
                                                                GLOUCESTER POINT
                                                                DEPT OF BOTANY
                                                                                                            MD 214O3
                                                                                                            VA 23062
                                                  5894  1
                                                               EPA  -R8O6189
                                                                                   ORO  -RQ10B3O-5O80
                                                            ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                                  UPDATED-   06-28-80
RECN-005063
LABN-Q771  -Q141
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
OBJECTIVE: TO PROVIDE  A  FUNDAMENTAL  UNDERSTANDING OF EUTROPHICATION AS RELATED TO CHESAPEAKE  BAY
 SPECIFICALLY AND  TO  ESTUARIES  GENERALLY;  TO DEFINE THE DIMENSIONS OF THE EUTROPHICATION PROBLEM  IN
 CHESAPEAKE BAY; TO ADOPT  OR  DEVELOP AN INDEX (OR INDICES) THAT QUANTITATIVELY DESCRIBE THE TROPHIC
 STATE OF  ESTUARINE WATERS; TO  RELATE LEVELS OF NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT IN ESTUARIES TO THE HEALTH  AND
 PRODUCTIVITY OF THOSE SYSTEMS;  AND  TO DEFINE THE NEEDS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH AND MONITORING OF
 CONDITIONS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY.  APPROACH:  THE OBJECTIVES WILL BE SOUGHT THROUGH DEFINITIVE
 SUMMARY OF KNOWLEDGE  ABOUT ESTUARINE ENRICHMENT, THOROUGH ASSESSMENT OF ALL PERTINENT DATA ON  PAST
 AND PRESENT ENRICHMENT  OF CHESAPEAKE BAY,  DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING THE MOST APPROPRIATE AND USEFUL
 INDEX OF  ESTUARINE ENRICHMENT  AND  ESTIMATING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ENRICHMENT AND THE USES OF
 ESTUARIES. SUBSTANTIAL  USE WILL BE  MADE  OF CONSENSUS TECHNIQUES,  INCLUDING THE DELPHI METHOD.  AND
 OF A NATIONAL WORKSHOP  AND INTERNATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM ON ESTUARINE ENRICHMENT

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                                           * OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    EVELOPMENT t
                                                GRANT PROJECT DESL  ,'TIONS
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*PROJECT: 005346-SEDIMENTATION  AND  PRODUCTIVITY OF SALMONID STREAMS
                   TASK =M82O  -OOO022  **EPA=R8O6195-O1   J * (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  1O/79 -  07/82 :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...:

  PROGRAM ID. . . :
  FINAL OUTPUT.•
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..:
          JN GAKSTATTER
          TC BJORNN
          JH MILLIGAN
          M  BRUSVEN
EPA/ERL - CORVALLIS
UNIV OF IDAHO
UNIV OF IDAHO
UNIV OF IDAHO
503-757-4611
MOSCOW
MOSCOW
MOSCOW
                                                                                                           ID 83843
                                                                                                           ID 83843
                                                                                                           ID 83843
                                                                                    ORD -RM10B30-1079
  PROJ STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT	
          10/79 -STATE OF THE  ART  REPORT  ON GRANITIC SEDIMENTS AND SALMONID PRODUCTION
          O7/82 -FINAL REPORT  WITH JOURNAL  PUBLICATIONS
          (PE-820  )            FRESHWATER  ECO EFFECTS  - WATER QUALITY
          FINAL REPORT WITH  JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
          1O-14     NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL  POLICY  ACT
          DRAFT REPORT UNDER REVIEW BY  PROJECT  OFFICER.
          RECN-OO5346            SSIE-GMA  635O         EPA -R806195-01
          PE  -820
          PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 8O
          CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
          OBJECTIVE:  1 - CONDUCT FIELD  AND  LABORATORY STUDIES IN STREAMS TO FURTHER DEFINE THE RELATION
           BETWEEN DEGREE OF SEDIMENTATION,  AQUATIC INVERTEBRATE ABUNDANCE, AND FISH PRODUCTION. 2 - CONDUCT
           FIELD AND  LABORATORY  STUDIES TO  DETERMINE IF RIFFLE AREAS CAN BE USED AS INDEX AREAS TO MONITOR
           SEDIMENT HEALTH OF  STREAMS.  APPROACH:  STUDY THE EFFECTS OF SEDIMENTATION ON DIURNAL ABUNDANCE OF
           INSECT DRIFT AS FISH  FOOD BOTH IN THE  LABORATORY AND NATURAL STREAMS. SAMPLES WILL BE TAKEN
           CRITICAL TIMES UNDER  DIFFERENT SEDIMENTATION LEVELS. THESE RESULTS WILL BE EVALUATED WITH FISH
           GROWTH  AND ABUNDANCE  DATA.  THE PERCENTAGE OF FINE SEDIMENTS IN RIFFLES WILL BE MEASURED AND
           COMPOSITION OF THE  SUBSTRATE SURFACE CLASSIFIED. PHOTO TRANSECTS WILL ALSO BE USED TO ILLUSTRATE
           SEDIMENT DEPOSITS IN  VARIOUS TYPES OF  HABITATS AND STREAMS. OTHER PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL
           MEASUREMENTS WILL BE  EVALUATED TO DETERMINE THE "GOODNESS" OF.  OR HEALTH OF THE STREAM.

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           •3RT:  ORDCONV (VERSION V2.6)      - OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    £VELOPMENT •
                                                GRANT PROJECT DESC,. - r'TIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O                 * 0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*                              PAGE-    147

'PROJECT: OO5014-MICROBIAL  CONVERSION  OF  DELETERIOUS MOLECULES - KINETIC MODELS FOR
                 AQUATIC  ENVIRONMENTS
                   TASK =KC61  -OOO213  **EPA=R806208     - * (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  09/78 -  10/81     FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.  OF PARIS                   EPA/ERL - ATHENS                     FTS 8-250-3469
  INVESTIGATOR.: DF OLLIS                   PRINCETON UNIV                       AEROSPACE DEPT
  MILESTONES...: O9/79 -INTERIM REPORT
                 09/80 -INTERIM REPORT
                 09/81 -FINAL  REPORT ON KINETIC MODEL FOR MICROEIAL CONVERSION OF TOXICS
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-C61  ^           DRINK WATER TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
  MANDATE	: 30-99      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING
  CURR.  RESULTS: NECESSARY  EQUIPMENT OBTAINED.   LAB STUDIES BEGUN IN APRIL.
                 LITERATURE REVIEW ON  BIODEGRADATION KINETICS IN PROGRESS.
                 KINETIC  MODELS FOR  POLLUTANT CONVERSION BY MICROBIAL BIOMASS
                 HAVE BEEN  EXTENDED  TO INCLUDE  POLLUTANT INHIBITION AND EVAL.
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-O05014            SSIE-GMA  6053 1       EPA -R806208          ORD -RK10B30-3OSO
                 PE   -C61
  PROJ STATUS..: ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS -PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT...  .  THE  OBJECTIVE  OF  THIS PROJECT  IS TO DEVELOP A SIMPLE BUT GENERAL KINETIC FRAMEWORK WHICH DESCRIBES
                  MICROBIAL DEGRADATION TRACE DELETERIOUS MOLECULES WHEN INTRODUCED INTO OTHERWISE "NORMAL" AQUATIC
                  ENVIRONMENTS.  CHEMOSTAT OPERATION AT  LOW DILUTION RATES USING NATURAL,  UNENRICHED MIXED POPULATIONS
                  WILL PROVIDE  DATA  FOR DETERMINING KINETIC MODEL PARAMETERS. TRACE QUANTITIES OF MOLECULES TYPIFYING
                  VARIOUS POLLUTANT  MOLECULES (E.G., PHENOLS, PESTICIDES, ETC.) WILL EE INTRODUCED IN A STERILE FEED
                  TO  MULTIPLE  CHEMOSTAT ARRANGEMENTS. THE MODEL DEVELOPED WILL INCLUDE ACCOUNTING FOR THE MAJOR
                  PHENOMENA REPORTED TO DATE IN THE LITERATURE.

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                                        UNITED  STATES  ENVIRONMENTA1  PROTECTION AGENCY
          3RT- ORDCONV  (VERSION  V2.G)      *  OFFICE  OF RESEARCH Al    ^VELOPMENT *
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       RUN DATE: O7/09/8O                  'ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*                               PAGE-   148

*PROJECT: OO6303-POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL  HAZARDS  OF PESTICIDAL VIRUSES

                   TASK =H615  -9446OO  * - EPA=R8062 10      " "  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  09/78  -  09/81      FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: CY KAWANISHI              EPA/HERL -  RTP                        FTS 8-629-2693
  INVESTIGATOR.:    UNKNOWN                UNIV OF NORTH  CAROLINA               CHAPEL  HILL                NC 27514
  MILESTONES.... O9/8O  -RESTRIC  ENZYME ANALYSES OF PURIFIED DNA
                 09/79  -PRELIM.  DNA-DNA REASSOCIATION KINETICS
                 O9/8O  -PRE. ANTISERA  TO  PROTEINS OF  BACULOVIRUSES
                 O9/8O  -MNPV TRANSFECTION IN MOUSE EMBRYO
  PROGRAM ID.... (PE-615 )           HEALTH  EFFECTS -  PESTICIDES
  MANDATE	 2O-34     DAA FOR  PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-006303           SSIE-HZ  799446         EPA  -R806210         ORD  -RH10B30-2079
                 LABN-H615 -9446OO     PE  -615
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL          ENTERED -  06-28-80    UPDATED-   06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	   *1!  DETECTION & EXAMINATION OF ANY BIOLOGICAL &  BIOCHEMICAL  EFFECTS  OF  PESTICIDAL  VIRUS ON HUMAN 8
                  OTHER MAMMALIAN CELLS IN IN VITRO TISSUE CULTURE  SYSTEM <*2!  OBSERVATION  8-  COMPARISON OF VIRAL GENE
                  EXPRESSION & GENE AMPLIFICATION IN  PERMISSIVE & NONPERMISSIVE  INFECTION  SYSTEMS  (3) STUDY OF
                  GENETIC RELATEDNESS  OF  VARIOUS  PESTICIDAL VIRUSES THE  RADIOACTIVE CRNA HYBRIDIZATION TECHNIQUE FOR
                  DETECTION OF THE  DNA OF  SFMNPV  BACULOVIRUS  IN TRANSFECTED  CELLS  WAS DEVELOPED  AND STANDARDIZED. THE
                  CALCIUM PHOSPHATE AND 2O PERCENT DMSO TRANSFECTION PROCEDURE WAS ALSO  OPTIMIZED  AND STANDARDIZED
                  FOR SFMNPV DNA BY USING HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS AS  A STANDARD  IN WI38 HUMAN  CELLS.  THE PROCEDURE WAS
                  ALSO  STANDARDIZED FOR THE  INSECT  IPLB21AE CELLS.  STUDIES OF  SFMNPV  TRANSFECTED MOUSE EMBRYOS ARE
                  BEING REPEATED. BGL  II  RESTRICTION  ENZYME PATTERNS OF  SFMNPV VIRIONS OF  DIFFERING SEDIMENTATION
                  COEFFICIENTS WAS  SHOWN  TO  BE  DIFFERENT.

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                 U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PnOTECTION AGENCY
                  NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
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         Form Approved
         OMB No. 158-R0081
PROJECT HO.(Do not ua« this space)
                                                                    EPA
      PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
TITLE OF PROJECT "Metabolism of Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons by the Mixed Function Oxidases
   of  Mayfnp Qrgan"tfltna"
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS :AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
 Dr.  Paul Melius,  Principal  Investigator
 Dr.  Barrie  Tan,   Post-doctoral Research Associate
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
 Auburn University
 Auburn, Alabama   36830
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (1) Objective*, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plans and/or Progress (300 words or leaf. Omit confidential data).
  In the Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of work In progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup-
  porting research and are forwarded to investigators who request such Information; Your summary is to be used for these purposes.
     An investigation is being  carried out into the  metabolism  of  polyaromatic  hydrocar-
 bon metabolism  in Mugil  cephalus  and Fundalus grandis.   We wish  to identify the pathway
 of conversion of the parent compounds to various hydroxylated products and the
 relative  mutagenic products formed.

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       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O                 * O R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*                              PAGE-    149

'PROJECT: OO66267POTENTIAL  ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS OF PESTICIDAL VIRUSES

                   TASK  =HC86  -944600 **EPA=R8O621O     ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  O9/78 -  O9/81 :    FY8O
  EPA  OFFICER.: CY KAWANISHI               EPA/HERL - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2693
  INVESTIGATOR..    HUANG E.                UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA                CHAPEL HILL               NC 27514
  MILESTONES...: 09/8O -RESTRIC  ENZYME ANALYSES OF PURIFIED DNA
                 09/79 -PRELIM.  DNA-DNA  REASSOCIATION KINETICS
                 09/8O -PRE. ANTISERA TO PROTEINS OF BACULOVIRUSES
                 09/80 -MNPV TRANSFECTION IN MOUSE EMBRYO
  PROGRAM ID.... (PE-C86  )            HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
  MANDATE	: 1O-O6      FEDERAL INSECTICIDE,  FUNGICIDE AND RODENTICIDE ACT
  ORDIS CODES... RECN-OO6626           SSIE-HZ  809446        EPA -R806210          ORD -RH1OB30-108O
                 PE  -C86
  PROJ STATUS. : PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - 06-28-80    UPDATED-  06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH    ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	: *1! DETECTION & EXAMINATION OF  ANY BIOLOGICAL & BIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS OF PESTICIDAL VIRUS ON HUMAN &
                  OTHER MAMMALIAN CELLS  IN IN VITRO TISSUE CULTURE  SYSTEM #2! OBSERVATION & COMPARISON OF VIRAL GENE
                  EXPRESSION & GENE  AMPLIFICATION IN PERMISSIVE & NONPERMISSIVE INFECTION SYSTEMS (3) STUDV OF
                  GENETIC RELATEDNESS OF VARIOUS PESTICIDAL VIRUSES TO CARRY OUT STUDIES TO DETERMINE THE ABILITY OF
                  BACULOVIRUSES  TO INFECT 'HUMAN WI38 CELL CULTURES  AND MOUSE BLASTOCYSTS,  THE DNA OF THE VIRUS SFMNPV
                  WAS EXAMINED FOR CONFIGURATIONAL INTACTNESS AND  ITS  MOLECULAR WEIGHT MEASURED. ONE THIRD OF ALL THE
                  DNA WERE  CIRCULAR.  THE MOLECULAR WEIGHT WAS FOUND TO BE IN THE RANGE OF  82 TO 87 MILLION DALTONS.
                  ALKALINE  DENATURATION  OF  THE  DNA SHOWED 3 CLUSTRES OF PARTIALLY DENATURATED REGIONS WHICH CAN NOW
                  BE USED AS REFERENCE POINTS IN GENETIC STUDIES.


•PROJECT- OO5355-ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY - RELATED TOXICANT  STRESS IN AN ENGINEERED ECOSYSTEM

                   TASK  = N831  -OOOO13 * * EPA=R8O6214-01   *' (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  10/78 -  03/81 :   FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: TH ROUSH                  EPA/ERL - DULUTH                     FTS 8-783-9520
  INVESTIGATOR.: RH BOLING                  MICHIGAN STATE UNIV                  ZOOLOGY DEPT
  MILESTONES.. : O3/80 -REPORT ON FIRST  YEAR OF  TESTING
                 O3/81 -REPORT ON SECOND YEAR OF TESTING
  PROGRAM ID.  : (PE-831  )            EFFECTS OF  ENERGY  REL POLLUTANTS
  MANDATE	 30-99      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
  CURR. RESULTS: THE ENGINEERING HARDWARE HAS BEEN INSTALLED,  THE
                 BASELINE SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS  CONDUCTED,
                 AND THE  FIRST SEASON OF TOXICANT INTRODUCTION
                 AND MONITORING  HAS  BEEN CONDUCTED.
  ORDIS CODES. : RECN-OO5355           SSIE-GMA   6337        EPA -R8O6214-OI        ORD -RN10B3O-3O79
                 PE  -831
  PROJ STATUS. : PROJECT- ACT IVE        INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH    ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT ..  : OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE THE ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS  TO  MEASURE  TO BETTER ASSESS  THE EFFECTS OF  A
                  TOXICANT  ON  AN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM.  APPROACH:  THE ECOSYSTEM  IS HELD IN A DESIRABLE RANGE BV
                  MANIPULATION OF PHYSICAL  VARIABLES.  A TOXICANT IS INTRODUCED AND  THE EFFECT ON THE BIOLOGICAL
                  COMMUNITIES  IS DETERMINED.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT/'  PROTECTION AGENCY
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•"PROJECT: OO5686-LITHIUM  -  EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE

                   TASK =DC6O  -2HO001  *»EPA=R806219-01  *•" (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  05/79 - 1O/8O :    FY8O
  EPA  OFFICER.  RK MIDAY                   EDA/HERL - CINC                      FTS 8-684-7461
  INVESTIGATOR.  RE FERRELL                 -MV OF TEXAS                        GRADUATE SCH OF  BIOMED
  MILESTONES...: 01/80  -PROGRESS REPORT OF INITIAL SAMPLING RESULTS
                 1O/8O  -FINAL  ANALYSIS OF BODi  BURDEN DATA
                 1O/80  -DETERMINATION  OF LITHIUM BODY BURDENS
  PROGRAM ID...: (PE-C60  )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - DRINKING WATER
  FINAL OUTPUT.: DETERMINATION OF LITHIUM BODY  BURDENS
  MANDATE	: 1O-O1      FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                 20-13     DAA FOR DRINKING WATER
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-005686            SSIE-GMA  6688        EPA -R806219-01       ORD  -RD10B30-5080
                 PE   -C6O
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - 06-28-8O    UPDATED-  06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	: OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROPOSAL ARE TO DESCRIBE THE CONCENTRATIONS OF  LITHIUM  IN DRINKING
                  WATER AND LOCALLY  DERIVED FOODS IN TWO GEOGRAPHIC AREAS. TO DETERMINE BODr BURDENS OF  LITHIUM IN
                  THE RESPECTIVE POPULATIONS AND TO IDENTIFY AREAS AND POPULATIONS WHERE EPIDEMIOLOGIC  STUDIES COULD
                  BE  INITIATED TO INVESTIGATE POTENTIAL ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS FROM LITHIUM EXPOSURE. APPROACH:  THE
                  TWO AREAS TO BE STUDIED ARE NORTHERN CHILE AND SOUTH TEXAS. REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLINGS  OF  WATER.  MILK
                  AND FOODS IN THESE AREAS WILL BE TAKEN AND LITHIUM LEVELS MEASURED. IN ADDITION. LITHIUM LEVELS IN
                  RESIDENTS' URINE AND SERUM WILL BE MEASURED.

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                                                     IEP
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT
PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
TITLE OF PROJECT The Utilization of indigenous .Populations o
Form Approved
OMB No. U8-R0081
PROJECT NO. (Do not use this apace)
SSIE
EPA
R-80622 1<-02-0
t~ .bivalve 1'ioiiusK.s tor
           Monitoring.Surveillance and  Assessing the Public  Health Significance of Polycy
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENTS, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
        Michael C. Mix
        Department of General Science
        Associate Professor of Biology
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
        Department of  General Science,  Oregon State University,
        Corvallis, Oregon  97331
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK -  (1) Objectives, (2) Approach, (3) Current Plans and/or Progress (200 words or less. Omit confidential data).
   In the Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of work In progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup-
porting research and are forwarded to Investigators who request such Information. Your summary Is to be used for these purposes.

    (1)  Objectives:    To expand the  data base on background  levels of carcinogenic
    polynuclear  aromatic hydrocarbons  (PNAH) in Indigenous populations of bivalve
    mollusks;  to determine whether or  not cellular proliferative  disorders occur
    1n shellfish populations in Oregon bays.  Other than  Yaquina  Bay; to determine
    if there  are correlations between  PNAH body burdens and  the incidence of cellular
    disorders  in shellfish populations; to identify sources  of environmental PNAH
    using HPLC and neutron activation  analysis fingerprinting methods; to measure
    baseline  levels  of PNAH in  other economically-important  marine species from
    different Oregon bays.

    (2)  Approach;   Shellfish are collected from specific  sites in Tillamook, Yaquina
    and  Coos  Bays, processed and assayed for carcinogenic PNAH using NPLC; bivalve
    mollusks  from other bays are also  collected, processed and examined histologically
    to determine if they have cellular proliferative disorders.

    (3)  Progress:   Samples have been collected bimonthly  from the three primary
    bays since October, 1979, and  are  being analyzed for  PNAH at  the present time;
    shellfish  from Coos Bay do  not appear to have cellular proliferative disorders.

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'PROJECT: O/~>4743-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID..   :
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT..
EFFECT OF PARTICULATES  OF  DISINFECTION OF ENTEROVIRUSES IN WATER BY
CHLORAMINES
  TASK =CC61  -S2T051  »*EPA=R8O624O-O2  " " (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE    O9/78 - 11/SO '    FY8O
JC HOFF                    EPA/MERL -  CINC                      513-684-7331
PV SCARPING                UNIV OF  CINCINNATI                   SCH OF ENG/ELEC  ENG  TECH
10/79 -ANNUAL REPORT
OS/80 -PROJECT COMPLETED
11/80 -EPA REPORT  PUBLISHED
(PE-C61 )           DRINK  WATER TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
20-13     DAA FOR  DRINKING WATER
BASELINE DATA ON EFFICIENCY  OF PREFORMED  CHLORAMINES
CONFIRM PREVIOUS RESULTS  INDICATING THAT  CHLORAMINES
ARE VERY WEAK BIOCIDES.   PRELIMINARY  EXPERIMENTS
ON CHLORINE AND AMMONIA ADDITION SEQUENCES IN  SHOW NO .
INACTINATION  ENHANCEMENT  DUE TO BREAKING  RESIDUALS RESULTS OF
EXPERIMENT ON CHLORINE  AND AMMONIA ADDITION SEQUENCES SHOW
NO ENHANCEMENT OF  BIOCIDAL EFFICIENCY BY  BREAKING RESIDUALS
RECN-004743           SSIE-GMA  5572  2      EPA -R806240-02       ORD -RC10B30-2030
PE  -C61
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  05-28-80
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE  THE  EFFECTS OF MICROBIAL  ASSOCIATION WITH PARTICULATES ON  INACTIVATION  OF
 MICROORGANISMS BY  CHLORAMINES INCLUDING  THE EFFICIENCY  OF "BREAKING" CHLORINE  RESIDUALS.  APPROACH:
 INACTIVATION RATES OF  ENTERIC VIRUSES AND BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH VARIOUS TYPES OF PARTICULATE
 MATTER WILL  BE COMPARED  WITH INACTIVATION RATES OF FREELY SUSPENDED MICROORGANISMS. DIFFERENT
 SEQUENCES OF MIXING  FREE  CHLORINE AND AMMONIA WILL BE USED TO DETERMINE EFFICIENCY OF "BREAKING"
 RESIDUALS.
'PROJECT: 005348-TEMPORAL  VARIABILITY IN STREAM ECOSYSTEMS
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE.

  CURR.  RESULTS:
  ORDIS  CODES.  :

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
  TASK =M820  -OOOO24  * - EPA = R8O6255-O1   »»  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE    09/79 -  09/79 :    FY79
DH LEWIS                   EPA/ERL  - CORVALLIS
J  VAN SICKLE              OREGON STATE UNIV
O9/79 -CORRELATION  OF  STORM  EVENT  CHARACTERIZATIONS
(PE-820  )            FRESHWATER ECO EFFECTS  -  WATER QUALITY
1O-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
20-R10    EPA  REGION  X
TECHNIQUE FOR  HANDLING  INDIVIDUAL  STORM EVENTS DEVELOPED.
RECN-005348            SSIE-GMA  6357        EPA -R806255-01
PE  -S2O
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-OR IGINAL         ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RE SEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: HELP QUANTIFY  THE  VARIABILITY  THROUGH TIME  OF STREAM FLOW AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT  IN  SMALL
 WESTERN MOUNTAIN STREAMS.  SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE  IS TO SUPVEV  AVAILABLE STREAM FLOW PECORDS FOR  FIRST
 TO FIFTH ORDER MOUNTAIN  STREAMS.  APPROACH:  USE riME SERIES TECHNIQUES TO ANALrZE STREAM FLOW
 RECORDS AND BUILD  SIMPLE  STOCHASTIC FLOW  MODELS:  BUILD SIMPLE EUDGET MODELS OF SEDIMENT STORAGE  AND
 TRANSPORT WHICH USE  THE  STOCHASTIC FLOW  MODELS AS FORCING  FUNCTIONS. AND GENERATE SYNTHETIC  TIME
 SERIES TO TEST SAMPLING  SCHEMES
5O3-757-4754
ELEC 8 COMP ENG DEPT
   ORD -RM10B30-5079
   UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 80

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••PROJECT- OO442O-REMOVAL OF  TRACE  ORGANIC COMPOUNDS BY BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVATED CARBON
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.
  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT. . .  .
                                         FTS 8-684-7228
                                         PHILADELPHIA
                                         PHILADELPHIA
                                         PHILADELPHIA
                                                                                    ORD -RC10B30-1080
                                                                                    UPDATED-  O6-28-80
                                                                                                           PA  191O7
                                                                                                           PA  19107
                                                                                                           PA  191O4
  TASK =CC61  -O1T051  **EPA=R806256      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  OO/79  -  08/81  :    FY8O
JK CARSWELL                EPA/MERL'  - CINC
CF GUARINO                 PHILA.  WATER DEPARTMENT
PR CAIRO                   PHILA.  WATER DEPARTMENT
IH SUFFET                  DREXEL  UNIV
(PE-C61 )           DRINK  WATER TREATMENT  &  GROUND  WATER  PROT
1O-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER  ACT
RECN-004420           SSIE-GMA 5669  1       EPA  -R806256
PE  -C61
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: NATIONAL CONCERN  IS FOCUSED ON  THE  PRESENCE OF  TRACE  ORGANIC  CHEMICALS IN SURFACE WATER
 SUPPLIES AND THEIR POTENTIAL  HEALTH IMPACTS ON  PUBLIC DRINKING  WATER. THE  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
 AGENCY HAS DETERMINED THAT  GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON  (GAC)  IS THE  BEST  AVAILABLE TREATMENT
 TECHNOLOGY TO DATE FOR TREATING  WATER  TO  REMOVE A  "BROAD  SPECTRUM"  OF ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS. ACTIVE
 LIFE OF GAC, HOWEVER, IS  SOMEWHAT LIMITED AND THE  NEED FOR  FREQUENT REGENERATION WITH THE
 ASSOCIATED LOSS OF CARBON IS  ONE OF THE SIGNIFICANT COST  BURDENS OF THE PROCESS. FOR THIS REASON
 ALTERNATIVE METHODS  OF ORGANIC REMOVAL ARE  CURRENTLY  UNDER  INVESTIGATION.  APPROACH:  THIS PROPOSAL
 RESEARCHES A PROMISING TREATMENT PROCESS  WHICH  COMBINES OXIDATION  OF MACROMOLECULES  OF ORGANICS BY
 OZONATION FOLLOWED BY ADSORPTION AND  DECOMPOSITION OF THESE ORGANICS BY BIOLOGICALLY ENHANCED
 GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON.  THE COMBINED PROCESS CALLED BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVATED CARBON (BAC) HAS
 SHOWN PROMISE IN EUROPEAN PLANTS WHEN EVALUATED BY SURROGATE ORGANIC MEASUREMENTS.  THE PROPOSED
 RESEARCH CONSISTS OF BENCH  SCALE AND  PILOT  SCALE STUDIES  TO DEMONSTRATE THE  EFFECTIVENESS OF BAC IN
 REMOVING TRACE ORGANICS OF  HEALTH CONCERN IN  THE UNITED STATES. AN  ECONOMIC  ANALYSIS WILL BE
 CONDUCTED TO EVALUATE THE COST EFFECTIVENESS  OF BAC AS COMPARED TO  CONVENTIONAL  GAC  TREATMENT.

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'PROJECT  OO4782-RECOVERY OF ASBESTOS FIBERS FROM BABOON  TISSUES
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.   :

  PROGRAM ID..
  FINAL OUTPUT  :

  MANDATE.   ...
  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES

  PROJ STATUS.  :

  ABSTRACT      :
513-684-7462
MED CTR/ENV HLTH SCI
  TASK =D823B-O40COO - *EPA = R3O6256-O1  — (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  05/79 - 04/80 :    FY79
JR MILLETTE                EPA/HERL - CINC
WH HALLENBECK              UNIV OF ILLINOIS
10/79 -REPORT  OF  FINDINGS
04/80 -UNDERSTANDING OF  HOW INGESTED ASBESTOS MOVES TO THE URINE
(PE-823  )            HEALTH EFFECTS  -DRINKING WATER
UNDERSTANDING  OF  HOW INGESTED  ASBESTOS MOVES TO
THE URINE.
10-15     SAFE DRINKING  WATER  ACT
METHOD FOR BLOOD  ANALYSIS DEVELOPED.   ANIMALS EXPOSED
AND SACRIFICED. URINE  ANALYSES FINISHED.
RECN-O04782            SSIE-GMA  5779        EPA -R806256-O1
PE  -823
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO  DETERMINE  FIBER  SIZE AND DISTRIBUTION Of INGESTED ASBESTOS  FIBERS  IN  LUNG.  URINE.  AND
 TISSUES WHICH SHOW THE  MIGRATORY PATHWAY OF FIBERS THROUGH THE BODY  APPROACH:  JUVENILE  BABOONS
 WILL EE USED  FOR CONTROL AND  TEST. A CONCENTRATED SUSPENSION OF CHRYSOTILE AND  AMPHIEOLE ASBESTOS
 OF THE  TYPES  FOUND IN  DRINKING WATER WILL BE  USED. COLLECTION OF URINE AND BLOOD WILL  EE FOLLOWED
 BY SACRIFICING OF  THE  ANIMALS. THE FOLLOWING TISSUES WILL BE EXAMINED FOR THE PRESENCE OF FIBERS:
 URINE,  BLOOD. LUNG,  PLEURA, URINARv  BLADDER,  PANCREAS, PERITONEUM.
   ORD -RD10B3O-1O79
   UPDATED-  JUL-SEP ~9

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*PROUECT:  OO1848
  EPA  OFFICER..
  INVESTIGATOR. :
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID..  :
  FINAL  OUTPUT. :
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS  CODES.  :

 PROd STATUS..:

 ABSTRACT	:
-SCAVENGING OF GASES AND AEROSOL PARTICLES BY CLOUDS  AND  PRECIPITATION  IN
  THE ATMOSPHERE
   TASK =GC1M -OO0513 *'EPA = R8O6257-Q1   ** (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 07/78  -  10/81  :    FY80
 Hd VIEBROCK               EPA/ESRL - RTP                        FTS  8-629-4543
 HR PRUPPACHER             UNIV OF CALIFORNIA                    SCH  OF  LETTERS  &  SCIENCE
 1O/79 -PROGRESS REPORT ON SCAVENGING BY ICE CRYSTALS
 10/80 -PROGRESS REPORT ON SCAVENGING OF GASES BY DISTILLED WATER DROPS EXPERIMENT
 1O/81 -FINAL REPORT ON SCAVENGING OF GASES BY CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION
 10/81 -MODEL OF SCAVENGING OF GASES BY PRECIPITATION
 (PE-C1M )            ANTICIPATORY  - INTERDISCIPLINARY
 MODEL OF SCAVENGING GASES BY PRECIPITATION
 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
 THEORETICAL MODELS HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED FOR THE
 SCAVENGING OF GASES BY CLOUD AND RAINDROPS,  AND
 FOR THE SCAVENGING OF AEROSOLS BY ICE CRYSTALS. TESTING
 HAS BEGUN  OF THE ICE CRYSTAL SCAVENGING MODEL
 AND PRELIMINARY RESULTS ARE FAVORABLE.
 RECN-001848           SSIE-GMA  5176 2      EPA -R8O6257-O1       ORD  -RG10B31 -1O8O
 LABN-G6O3A-AE-O28     PE  -C1M
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED  - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  OG-28-SO
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVES: THEORETICAL MODELS WILL BE DEVELOPED TO  DESCRIBE THE SCAVENGING OF POLLUTANT  AEROSOLS
  AND GASES BY CLOUD AND PRECIPITATION ELEMENTS.APPROACH:  THE MATHEMATICAL MODELS WILL BE
  EXPERIMENTALLY EVALUATED USING THE UCLA RAINSHAFT AND CLOUD TUNNEL. THE RAINSHAFT WILL BE MODIFIED
  FOR USE WITH POLLUTANT GASES.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT/1'  PROTECTION  AGENCY
                           OFFICE  OF  RESEARCH /  •'  EVELOPMENT
                               GRANT PROJECT DES^   r'TIONS
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM  ID...
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:




  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT  . . .
                                                                513-684-7613
                                                                SACRAMENTO
                       CA 95802
  TASK =CC35 -04T017  **EPA=R806262-01   ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O9/78 -  05/80 :    FY80
JN ENGLISH                 EPA/MERL  -  CINC
JS KOYASAKO                STATE  DEPT  OF WAT RES
05/8O -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED  11-8O
(PE-C35 )           WASTEWATER SYSTEMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
1O-O1     FEDERAL  WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
20-R09    EPA REGION  IX
TREND OF DECREASED ENERGY  _5E  FOR SEWER SYSTEM WITH
REDUCTION IN WASTEWATER FLCW APPEARS  TO BE DEVELOPING.
NO -APPARENT DEVELOPING  OF  SIMILAR TREND FOR ENERGY OR
CHEMICAL USES FOR  TREATMENT  PLANTS.
DRAFT FINAL REPORT COMPLETED AND REVIEWED 3/80.
                       SSIE-GMA  511O  2      EPA -R806262-01
                       PE  -C35
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: OBJECTIVE  IS TO FOCUS WATER RESOURCES PLANNING TOWARDS MORE EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE WATER
 MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS  FOR BOTH DROUGHT AND NON-DROUGHT PERIODS.  STUDY ACCOMPLISHMENTS WILL BE TO
 IDENTIFY THE IMPACTS OF IMPLEMENTED  WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES, REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE"SE
 CONSERVATION MEASURES  AND ATTEMPT TO PREDICT LONG-TERM IMPACTS.  IF ANY. APPROACH: A DIRECT PRODUCT
 OF  THIS PROJECT  WILL BE A REPORT WITH CONCLUSIONS OF PRESENT IMPACTS OF WATER CONSERVATION ON WATER
 SUPPLY AND WASTEWATER  MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND RECOMMENDATIONS ABOUT FUTURE IMPACTS. FURTHER
 ACTIONS AND POLICY DIRECTION. END PRODUCTS WILL BE DEVELOPMENT OF SIGNIFICANT INDICATORS ON IMPACTS
 TO  FUTURE COSTS  OF WATER  SUPPLIES AND SIZE AND POTENTIAL REDUCTIONS OF TREATMENT PLANTS BROUGHT
 ABOUT BY DECREASED CAPACITY.
RECN-000583
LABN-C822B-04T17
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD -RC10B30-508O
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                                            •"ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.:
•"PROJECT: OO4594-CHEMICAL STABILIZERS FOR THE  CONTROL  OF  FUGITIVE ASBESTOS EMISSIONS FROM
                   OPEN SOURCES
                    TASK =B604B-000729 -- "EPA=R806269-01   **  (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O9/78  -  O1/81  :    FY79
                 MK STINSON                EPA/IERL  -  CINC                       FTS 8-340-6683
                 PK ASE                    I  I T  RES  INST                       CHICAGO
                 K  GUTFREUND              I  I T  RES  INST                       CHICAGO
                 RY PURCELL                I  I T  RES  INST                       CHICAGO
                 N  RAJENDRAN              I  I T  RES  INST                       CHICAGO
                 D  WALIA                  I  I T  RES  INST                       CHICAGO
                 G  YAMATE                  I  I T  RES  INST                       CHICAGO
                 E  LUEBCKE                I  I T  RES  INST                       CHICAGO
                 R  NORMAN                  I  I T  RES  INST                       CHICAGO
                 03/79 -FINAL REPORT ON CHEMICAL  STABILIZERS  FOR  ASBESTOS WASTE EMISSIONS
                 (PE-6O4  )            INDUSTRIAL PROC.  - AIR
MILESTONES.
PROGRAM ID.
MANDATE....
CURR. RESULTS:


ORDIS CODES..

PROJ STATUS. . :

ABSTRACT  ...  :
                                                                                     ORD -RB1-JB3O-FO79
                                                                                     UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                                                                                                              PAGE-
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                                                                                                           IL GO616
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                                                                                                           IL 6O616
                                                                                                           IL 60616
                                                                                                           IL 60616
                                                                                                           IL 60616
                                                                                                           IL 60616
1O-O2     CLEAN  AIR  ACT
20-11     DAA  FOR  WATER PLANNING AND STANDARDS
2O-R02    EPA  REGION II
20-R05    EPA  REGION V
20-R10    EPA  REGION X
3O-99     STABLIZIATION
SCREENING OF COMMERICAL CHEMICAL STABILIZERS
HAS BEEN COMPLETED.  THE WIND TUNNEL IS DESIGNED
AND READY FOR  MANUFACTURE.
RECN-OO4594            SSIE-GMA  5912        EPA -R806269-O1
PE  -6O4
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO EVALUATE THE  EFFECTIVENESS  OF  CHEMICAL STABILIZERS
 FOR REDUCING  ASBESTOS EMISSIONS FROM WASTE DUMPS AND FOR REDUCING  ASBESTOS  EMISSIONS FROM CRUSHED
 ROCK PREPARED FROM  ASBESTOS SERPENTINITE.  APPROACH: SCREENING AND  LABORATORY  EVALUATION OF
 COMMERCIAL STABILIZERS FOR FURTHER STUDY.  WIND TUNNEL TESTS WILL ASSESS THE  LEVELS OF ASBESTOS
 EMISSIONS AFTER SAMPLES HAVE BEET' TREATED WITH THE CHEMICAL AND THEN  SUBMITTED TO ACCELERATED
 WEATHERING THROUGH  MANY HEAT/.' TLD/2AIN CYCLES- EFFECTIVENESS OF CHEMICALS FOR FUGITIVE ASBESTOS
 FIBER CONTROL FROM  UNPAVED RO.'')S .WILL BE ASSESSirCTTTM A FIELD TEST  CARRIED OUT ON A STRETCH OF A
 SERPENTINITE  ROCK SURFACED ROAD.
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  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.  .:
  PROGRAM ID..  :
  FINAL OUTPUT.:

  MANDATE.
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS.  :

  ABSTRACT   .   :
                                         FTS 8-42O-4621
                                         GRADUATE  SCHOOL
-DEVELOPMENT OF A PROTOCOL  FOR  TESTING  EFFECTS OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES ON
 PLANTS
   TASK =M602 -000009 *»EPA=R806270-01   **  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  O8/78  -  08/79  :    FY79
 DT TINGEY                  EPA/ERL  -  CORVALLIS
 CR THOMPSON                UNIV OF  CALIFORNIA
 08/80 -FINAL REPORT
 (PE-602 )           ECOL.  PROC.  AND  EFFECTS  -AIR
 REPORT TO ASSIST IN PREPARING  TOTAL  PROTOCOL  FOR
 ASSESSING PHYTOTOXICITY.
 2O-30     AA FOR TOXIC SUBSTANCES
 RECN-005041            SSIE-GMA  6075        EPA -R806270-01        ORD -RM10C30-2079
 PE  -602
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP A PROTOCOL  FOR  ASSESSING  THE POTENTIAL PHYTOTOXICITY OF  VARIOUS CHEMICALS ON
  PLANTS BY MEASURING STRESS  ETHYLENE EVOLUTION.  THIS PROJECT WILL FOCUS SPECIFICALLY ON THE
  APPLICATION OF MEASURED DOSES OF  WATER  SOLUBLE COMPOUNDS ON THE FOLIAGE.  FINAL OUTPUT- REPORT THAT
  WILL ASSIST US IN PREPARING A TOTAL PROTOCOL FOR ASSESSING  PHYTOTOXICITY.
-PROJECT- OO5202-DETERMINATION OF  TOXIC VOLATILE ORGANICS IN AMBIENT AIR
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR. :

  PROGRAM  ID...:
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                                         FTS 8-629-2405
                                         DEPT  OF CHEMISTRY
                                         DEPT  OF CHEMISTRY
   TASK =G712B-ED-019  " •• EPA = R8O627 1 -O2   > *  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  1O/78  -  09/81  :    FY79
 RR ARNTS                  EPA/ESRL  - RTP
 JW BOZZELLI               NEW  JERSEY INST  OF  TECH
 B  KEBBEKUS               NEW  JERSEY INST  OF  TECH
 (PE-712 )           CHARAC.  &  MEASUREMENT  METHODS  DEVEL  -  AIR
 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
 TENAX GC IN SERIES WITH  SPHEROCARB  PROVED  TO  BE
 BEST COMBINATION OF SORBENTS FOR  RETAINING SUBSTANCES
 OF INTEREST.  24-HOUR  SAMPLES  BEING  COLLECTED EVERY 6  DAYS
 FROM NJ.HIGH RESOLUTION  GLASS  CAPILLARY  COLUMN
 CHROMATOGRAPHY USED TO SEPARATE COMPONENTS.   PERKS
 IDENTIFIED BY RETENTION  TIME AND  CONFIRMED BY MASS
 SPECTROSCOPY.  COMPOUNDS OUANTITATED BY  FLAME
 IONIZATION AND ELECTRON  CAPTURE DETECTION.
 RECN-005202            SSIE-GMA 6196        EPA  -R806271-02
 PE  -712
 PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  TO DEVELOP  ANALYTICAL  TECHNIQUES TO MEASURE THE AMBIENT  AIR  CONCENTRATIONS OF 2Q-3O HIGH
  USE KNOWN OR SUSPECTED  CARCINOGENS. THE RESULTS WILL  BE USED  TO  EXAMINE  THE  TRANSPORT AND FATE OF
  THESE COMPOUNDS.APPROACH: SOLID  SORBENTS  HAVE BEEN TESTED TO  DETERMINE THEIR APPLICABILITY TO
  COLLECT AMBIENT CONCENTRATIONS OF  SELECTED TOXIC  SUBSTANCES.  SOLID SORBENTS  TESTED INCLUDE TENAX
  GC,  SILICA GEL. SPHEROCARB, PORAPAK-T,  AND XAD-II. SORBENTS ARE  JUDGED ACCORDING TO THEIR RETENTION
  VOLUME.  THERMAL STABILITY   AND CLEANLINESS.
                                                                                    ORD -RG10B30-1079
                                            UPDATED-  OCT-OEC 79

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SSIE
EPA
R8062740100
TITLE OF PROJECT
   Aerosol Carbon  Trends across  the United States
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
   James J. Huntzicker (principal  investigator), Associate Professor and Chairman,  De-
         partment  of  Environmental Science
   Richard L. Johnson, Research Associate
 •  Jitendra J.  Shah,  Ph.D. student
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
   Oregon Graduate Center for Study and Research
   19600 N. W. Walker Road
   Beaverton,  Oregon 97005
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (1) Objective., (2) Approach, (3) Current Plan* and/or Progress (200 wordy or leta. Omit confidential data).
  In the Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of woik In progress ara exchanged with government and private agencies sup -
  porting research and ara forwarded to Investigators  who request such Information. Your summary Is  to be used for these purposes.


   In the first  year of the project substantial  effort  was invested in  modifying the
  carbon analysis procedure to  obtain better measures of organic and elemental carbon
  on  aerosol filter samples.  Upon completion of this work, filters from urban centers
  around the United States were analyzed for organic, elemental, and carbonate carbon.
  By  the end of  the first year  903 samples from  42 sites will have  been analyzed.

  In  the second  year of the project, historical  trends  of elemental carbon concentra-
  tions will be  determined at selected urban sites.  These trends will  be analyzed
  for the effects of control strategies and other external interventions.  A carbon
  analyzer of the type used in  this study will be fabricated and delivered to EPA.
  Current samples from EPA energy related studies will  also be  analyzed for organic,
  elemental, and carbonate carbon.

  The third  year of the project will involve further analysis of filter samples and
  detailed statistical analysis of the data.

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                               GRANT PROJECT DESC    CIONS
                          * O R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT
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 'PROJECT: O05265-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM  ID...
  MANDATE	

  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS. . :

  ABSTRACT
DEVELOPMENT  OF  COMPREHENSIVE.  UNIFIED, ECONOMICALLY  AND ENVIRONMENTALLY
  SOUND  SYSTEMS  OF  INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT FOR MAJOR CROPS
  TASK  =W771E-000015 **EPA=R806277-02  •>• - (GRANT)
  STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  OO/79 - CONT  :    FY79
KJ HOOD                    EPA/OEPER- DAA                       202-426-2317
PL ADKISSON                TEXAS ASM UNIV                     DEPT OF SOIL & CROP SCI
00/00 -QUARTERLY  REPORTS;  OTHERS BEING FORMULATED
(PE-771  )            INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT
1O-06      FEDERAL  INSECTICIDE, FUNG. AND RODENT. ACT
20-34      DAA FOR  PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
FIELD AND  LITERATURE SURVEY HAVE BEEN COMPILED
ON MOST  LIKELY  CANDIDATE  PREDATORS IN CONTROL  OF
SEVERAL  MAJOR INSECTS PESTS IN COTTON AND OTHER
CROP SYSTEMS.
RECN-005265            SSIE-GMA  62O7        EPA -R8OS277-O2       ORD -RW1OB3O-5O79
PE  -771
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE  RESEARCH PROPOSES TO ENLARGE  BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF MAJOR MANAGED ECOSYSTEMS AND TO USE
  THIS KNOWLEDGE IN  DEVELOPMENT OF ECOLOGICALLY ORIENTED SYSTEMS OF MANAGEMENT THAT HOLD PEST
  POPULATIONS BELOW  CROP-DAMAGING DENSITIES:  ARE LESS ENERGY DEPENDENT: OPTIMIZE ECONOMIC RETURNS BY
  PRODUCERS AND  SOCIETY; AND CAUSE LEAST DAMAGE TO THE ENVIRONMENT. THE RESEARCH IS ON APPLE.
  ALFALFA,  COTTON AND SOYBEAN CROP-ECOSYSTEMS.  APPROACH: FIFTEEN UNIVERSITIES HAVE FORMED A
  CONSORTIUM WHICH PERMITS  A REGIONAL APPROACH  TO EACH CROP SYSTEM.
"PROJECT:  O01002-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE....
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT....
TISSUE SPECIFIC ACTIVATION  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENS WITH PARTICULAR
EMPHASIS ON PLACENTA  AND  EMBRYO
  TASK =DC27  -OO4005  **EPA = R8O6279-O3   * -  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  10/78  -  1O/81     FY8O
RJ BULL                   EPA/HERL  - CINC                       FTS 8-684-7213
C  WITMER                 THOMAS  JEFFERSON UNIV                PHILADELPHIA              PA  19 107
O6/SO -DOUBLE BLIND STUDY OF QUALITY CONTROL SAMPLES
12/80 -SURVEV OF COMPOUNDS  OF  KNOWN  ACTIVITY
O6/81 -COMPLETION OF  DATA ON LOW  MOLECULAR WEIGHT  CHLORINATED COMPOUNDS
(PE-C27  )           HEALTH  EFFECTS  - WATER QUALITY
1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
2O-12     DAA FOR WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS
RECN-OO1OO2            SSIE-GMA 5386 2       EPA -R8O6279-O3       ORD -RD1OE3O-5O8O
LABN-D607B-009         PE  -C27
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   O6-28-8O
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THIS PROJECT HAS AS ITS  PRIMARY GOAL THE DOCUMENTATION OF TISSUE-SPECIF1C METABOLIC
 ACTIVATION ON MUTAGENIC  ACTIVITY OF CHEMICAL CARCINOGENS AND MUTAGENS IN THE AMES TEST. THIS WILL
 HOPEFULLY SERVE TO BROADEN THE QUALITATIVE PERFORMANCE  OF THE TEST AND POSSIBLY IMPROVE THE
 QUANTITATIVE RELATIONSHIP  WHICH  IS  VERY LOW USING ONLY  LIVER.S-9 FRACTIONS (R2 EQUALS O.12J.
 APPROACH: PRIMARY EMPHASIS WILL  BE  PLACED ON ASSESSING  THE EFFECTS OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC INDUCTION OF
 MICROSOMAL ENZYMES AND THE APPLICATION OF A VARIETY OF  INDUCED AND NON-INDUCED TISSUE S-9 FRACTIONS
 IN  SALMONELLA TESTER STRAINS- MUCH  OF  THE EMPHASIS WILL BE PLACED UPON PLACENTAL AND  EMBRYONIC
 TISSUES.

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EPA
 ITLE OF PROJECT   Assessment of Potential Health Risks Associated  with Organic
           Contaminants  Feasibility Study - Great Lakes Basin
 IIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
 'ROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
  Leonard M. Schuman, M.D.                         Conrad P.  Straub, Ph.D.
  Professor and Director -  Epidemiology           Professor  and Director-Environmental BCLjth.
  School of Public Health                          School of  Public Health
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
  University of Minnesota
  2642 University Avenue
  St.  Paul. MN  55114	
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK - (1) Objective*, (2) Approach, (3) Cuirent Plans and/or Progre«. (200 words or let*. Omit confidential data).
 In the Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, luminaries of work in progress are exchanged with government and private agencies sup-
 porting research and are forwarded to investigators who request such information. Your summary is to be used for these purposes.

                  1.   Objective:  To obtain  data from existing sources on environmental
             levels of  particular organic  contaminants in environmental media for
             total exposure assessment of  population groups in the vicinity of the
             Great Lakes,  to evaluate these  data to determine their  validity in assessing
             total exposure, and to relate exposure levels insofar as  possible to
             observable health effects In  the  populations concerned  through a study
             of mortality and morbidity data.

                  2.   Approach:  To visit  State  Health Departments and other agencies
             to collect the data available and needed to meet the objectives above.
             If the data are inadequate to identify or relate to health effects,
             suggestions  will be made as to  the  kinds of data required to permit-
             assessments.

                  3.   Current *Plans:  Literature on environmental levels of organic
             contaminants has been reviewed  and  additional data  sources have been
             identified.   The latter will  be collecte.d from State Health Department
             and other  agency files.  Trips  to collect these data are  being planned.
             Simultaneously with the collection  of  these data, mortality and
             morbidity  records of counties adjacent to fee Great Lakes  will be
             compared with appropriate control populations further removed from the
             Great Lakes  area, to note differences  that  may be attributed to or related
             to environmental exposure levels.

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                          «  OFFICE  OF  RESEARCH Af    'VELOPMENT *
                               GRANT  PROJECT  DESL    TIONS
                          »  O  R D  I S   DATA  EXTRACT-
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"PROJECT: OOO325-A PROPOSAL TO ASSESS  METAL  ION POLLUTION OF  GROUNDWATER AS A CONSEQUENCE
                  OF UNDERGROUND COAL  GASIFICATION  IN THE SAN JUAN BASIN
                   TASK =B623A-OOO85O  "EPA = R8063O3-O1   *" (GRANT)
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:

  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  1O/78  -  10/80  :    FY79
RC THURNAU                EPA/IERL  - CINC
EA WALTERS                UNIV OF NEW  MEXICO
TM NIEMCZYK               UNIV OF NEW  MEXICO
11/8O -FINAL REPORT RECEIVED
(PE-623 )           EXTRACTION AND  PROCESSING  TECHNOLOGY  -ENERGY
3O-99     CHEMISTRY & CHEMICAL ENG.
THE EXPERIMENTS ON DETERMINING THE  DISTRIBUTION  EOEFFRCIENTS
FOR TRACE ELEMENTS UNDER STATE CONDITIONS HAS  BEEN  COMPLETED
AND WORK IS BEGINNING IN DYNAMIC SYSTEMS.
RECN-000325           SSIE-GMA  5469 1      EPA  -R806303-O1
PE  -623
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                FTS  8-684-4363
                                                                CHEM DEPT
                                                                CHEM DEPT
                                            ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RB1OB30-3798
                                                                  UPDATED-   JUL-SEP  79
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE THE POTENTIAL  IMPACT ON GROUNDWATER BY METAL  IONS  LEACHED  FROM  THE  ASH THAT
 REMAINS AFTER GASIFICATION. APPROACH: A"!  INVESTIGATION OF THE BASELINE CONSISTING OF WATER.  COAL
 AND SOIL FROM THE SITE WILL BE CONDUCTED  FOR METAL ROWS AND LEACHABILITY.  LABORATORY WORK  WILL
 DETERMINE RATES OF SOLUTION. DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENTS, AND THE EXTENT OF  ION  EXCHANGE  AND
 ADSORPTION OF THE METAL  IONS. FIELD STUDIES WILL FOLLOW LABORATORY WORK.

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   * OFFICE OF RESEARCH ;
        GRANT PROJECT DES.
   -ORDIS  DATA  E
                                                   PROTECTION  AGENCY
                                                   •EVELOPMENT *
                                                   .JTIONS
                                                  X T  R  A  C  T  *
                                                                      PAGE-
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"PROJECT-  004941-GROUNDWATER SAMPLING AND SAMPLE PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
 PROGRAM  ID...
 FINAL  OUTPUT.
                                         FTS 8-684-7871
                                         URBANA
                                         STATE WATER SURVEY DIV
                                         COAL SECTION
                                                                                                          IL 61801
 MANDATE	

 CURR. RESULTS




 ORDIS CODES..:

 PROJ STATUS..:

 ABSTRACT....  :
  TASK = CC73  -S1T043  *+EPA=R806304      '•  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  10/78  -  O2/81  :    FY80
DE SANNING                 EPA/MERL  - CINC
JP GIBB                    STATE  WATER  SURVEY
JP GIBB                    UNIV OF ILLINOIS
RA GRIFFIN                 STATE  GEOLOGICAL  SURVEY
10/78 -PROJECT START
O9/79 -ANNUAL REPORT  SUBMITTED
O9/80 -PROJECT COMPLETED
O2/81 -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
(PE-C73 )           SOLID  & HAZARDOUS  WASTE
USEPA ORD RESEARCH REPORT  WITH EXEC  SUMMARY
OF RESEARCH APPLICATIONS.
10-05     RESOURCE CONSERVATION  AND  RECOVERY  ACT
2O-RO5    EPA REGION  V
TO DERTERMINE IF CURRENT SAMPLING METHODS PRODUCE  SAMPLES  ARE
REPRESENTATIVE OF WATER CONTAINED IN THE AQUIFER BEING MONITORED
TO DERTERMINE IF GROUNDWARTER SMAPLED  COLLECTED  IN THE
FIELD MUST VE TREATEDON LOC. OR  IF THEY CAN BE BROUGHR
BACK TO THE LAB. FOR  FOR TREATMENT.
RECN-004941           SSIE-GMA   6012 1
LABN-C614A-0135       PE   -C73
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVES: 1. TO DETERMINE IF CURRENT SAMPLING METHODS PRODUCE SAMPLES  THAT  ARE  REPRESENTATIVE OF
 WATER CONTAINED IN THE AQUIFER  BEING  MONITORED. 2. TO DETERMINE  IF  GROUNDWATER SAMPLES COLLECTED IN
 THE FIELD MUST BE TREATED  (FILTERED AND ACIDIFIED) ON LOCATION OR  IF  THEY  CAN BE  BROUGHT BACK TO
 THE LABORATORY FOR TREATMENT WITHOUT  ALTERING THEIR CHEMICAL NATURE.  3.  TO DETERMINE  WHICH SAMPLING
 AND PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES SHOULD BE ACCEPTED AS STANDARDS FOR  GROUNDWATER  SAMPLING.  APPROACH:  SI*
 LANDFILL MONITORING  WELLS WILL  BE STUDIED USING FOUR DIFFERENT PUMPING  TECHNIQUES AND  13 DIFFERENT
 SAMPLE PRESERVATION  PROCEDURES. MIXED CELLULOSE ACETATE AND NITRATE FILTER MEMBRANES  3.O,  O.45,  AND
 O.1O MICRON MILLIPORE  IN  SIZE WILL BE USED..  CHEMICAL ANALYSES FOR  SAMPLES  FROM EACH PUMPING METHOD
 AND PRESERVATION PROCEDURE WILL BE  CONDUCTED FOR  15 CONSTITUENTS.  STATISTICAL ANALYSES OF  THE
 RESULTS OF TRIPLICATE  SAMPLES FROM  EACH SAMPLING  AND PRESERVATION  SCHEME SHOULD  PROVIDE THE BASIS
 TO SATISFY THE PURPOSES OF THE  STUDY. FINAL  OUTPUTS: USEPA OFFICE OF  RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
 RESEARCH REPORT WITH SEPARATE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF RESEARCH APPLICATIONS.
                      EPA -R806304
                      ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                            ORD -RC10B30-5079
                                            UPDATED-  06-28-80

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                          •ORDIS DATA  EXTRACT*
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•PROJECT: OO3156-DEVELOPMENT OF A GENERALIZED  PLANNING  MODEL  FOR  EVALUATION  OF
                 ALTERNATIVE FOREST MANAGEMENT  PRACTICES  -  ENGINEERING  PHASE
                   TASK =K77OC-OO0433  **EPA=R8O63O5     **  (GRANT)
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM 10...:
  MANDATE	•
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	:
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  03/77  -  UNK
                                                 FY79
LA MULKEY                 EPA/ERL  - ATHENS
DB SIMONS                 COLORADO STATE UNIV
RM LI                     COLORADO STATE UNIV
ET BARTLETT               COLORADO STATE UNIV
10/78 -COMPLETE REPORT ON GENERAL MODEL
(PE-770 )           RENEWABLE RESOURCES -WATER QUALITY
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
SCHEDULED COMPLETION OF FIRST VERSION MODEL DELAYED
UNTIL APRIL 79.  RESULTS INCLUDING TESTING INDICATE
MODEL IS PERFORMING WELL AND OFFERS MANY IMPROVEMENTS
OVER EXISTING APPROACHES.
                   FTS 8-25O-3581
                   AGRIC ENG DEPT
                   AGRIC ENG DEPT
                   AGRIC ENG DEPT
RECN-O03156
LABN-K770C-44O
PROJECT-COMPLETED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
EPA -R806305
                                                                                   ORD  -RK10B30-1079
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                      SSIE-GMA  4OQ5 2
                      PE  -77O
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
THIS IS AN INITIAL EFFORT TO DEVELOP A GENERALIZED PLANNING MODEL FOR EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE
 FOREST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AS A FUNCTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND RESOURCE GOALS. THE OBJECTIVES OF
 THIS STUDY ARE: ( 1 ) TO DEVELOP AND TEST A WATER AND SEDIMENT ROUTING AND YIELD MODEL FOR BOTH SMALL
 AND LARGE WATERSHEDS AND FOR BOTH SHORT AND LONG TERM PERIODS: (2) TO DEVELOP AND TEST A PROCESS
 MODEL WHICH WILL SIMULATE THE EROSION AND DEPOSITION OF CHANNEL BANKS FOR UNSTABLE CHANNELS IN
 FORESTED UPLAND WATERSHEDS. TO INCORPORATE THIS PROCESS MODEL INTO THE DEVELOPED WATER AND SEDIMENT
 ROUTING MODEL, THE REMAINING OBJECTIVES WILL BE: (3) TO DEVELOP A PROCEDURE FOR ROUTING FOREST
 LITTER FROM THE LAND SURFACE FOR PREDICTING THE LOADING OF STREAM CHANNELS WITH ORGANIC DEBRIS; (4)
 TO INTERFACE ON AVAILABLE NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS SEDIMENT UPTAKE MODEL WITH THE DEVELOPED WATER
 AND SEDIMENT ROUTING MODEL; (5) TO DEVELOP A THERMAL LOADING MODEL FOR PREDICTING THE TEMPERATURE
 AND DISSOLVED OXYGEN OF WATER LOADING TO THE STREAM: AND (6) TO LINK THE CAUSE-EFFECT PROCESS MODEL
 AND THE MULTIPLE-OBJECTIVE PROGRAMMING MODEL FOR THE SELECTION OF FOREST MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES.
 IN ORDER TO MEET THE ABOVE MENTIONED OBJECTIVES. THE PROPOSED STUDY WILL DEVELOP NUMERICAL MODELS
 CONSIDERING THE PHYSICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GOVERNING PROCESSES.

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GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS.AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
     Benjamin C. Dysart III,  Professor of Environmental Systems Engineering
     John C.  Morse, Assoc.  Prof,  of Entomology S Economic Zoology
     Jeffrey W. Foltz, Asst.  Prof,  of Entomology &  Economic Zoology
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
    Clemson University
    Clemson, South Carolina   29631
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK-(t) Objective., (2) Approach, (3) Current Plant and/or Progreaa (200 words or /•••. Omit conlldontlml data).
 In the Smith ao nian Science Information Exchange, •umraarlea of wont In pragma* are exchanged with government and private agenclea »up -
 porting reiaarch and are forwarded to Investigator* who requeat such information. Your luminary, i« to be uaed for theee purpoeee.

      The objective of this  research is to assess  the  impact on water quality  and upon
major constituents of the aquatic ecosystem in general of the implementation  of  best
management practices  (BMPs)  to reduce non-point source (NFS) pollutants  to the system.
A  variety of aquatic ecosystem parameters will be monitored over time; and a  determina-
tion  will be made as to which ones were most  sensitive to and indicative of water qual-
ity and ecosystem changes associated with the BMPs  and, thereby, suitable  for evaluating
the effectiveness of such measures in Piedmont sand bed stream ecosystems.
      Six drainages or sub-basins in the Broadway  Creek basin in Anderson County,  South
Carolina are being studied  over a 3-year period.   Three of these drainages are experi-
mental ones having BMPs installed to reduce NPS inputs including sediment, while the
remaining three drainages are controls.  Monthly  base-flow and extensive storm flow
condition samples are being collected in all  three  experimental-control  paired drainages.
Determinations are being made on various aspects  of discharge and flow conditions,  ben-
thic  invertebrates, fisheries, substrate or bottom sediment, suspended and bed load
sediment transport, channel conditions, and water quality related to NPS pollutants
      Annual surveys are being conducted along the entire length of the six streams  being
monitored.   Information concerning channel dimensions,  flow conditions,  and proportion
of bottom substrate in  major size classifications is  being collected at  frequent inter-
vals  to facilitate an assessment of the habitat as well as to allow quantification  of
any changes.

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  ABSTRACT	
                                                                FTS-8-684-2621
                                                                CLEVELAND
                                                                CLEVELAND
                                                          OH  44113
                                                          OH  44113
-CUYAHOGA COUNTY CENTRALIZED MANAGEMENT AND  INSTRUMENTATION, MONITORING
 AND PROCESS CONTROL STUDY
   TASK =CC36 -O2TD44 **EPA=R8O633O     ** (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  OS/78 - '06/8O     FY80
 MD CUMMINS                EPA/MERL - CINC
 SJ SEBESTA                CUYAHOGA COUNTY SANITARY ENG
 R  MORITZ                 CUYAHOGA COUNTY SANITARY ENG
 03/79 -SELECT INSTRUMENTATION CONTRACTOR
 O4/79 -COLLECT ECONOMIC COST DATA
 06/79 -PROCURE INSTRUMENTATION
 O7/79 -CALIBRATE MANAGEMENT MATHEMATICAL MODEL
 O3/8O -IMPLEMENT PROCESS CONTROL STUDY
 12/80 -IMPLEMENT REMOTE MONITORING SYSTEM
 (PE-C36 )           URBAN SYS & TOXICS RESIDUAL MANAGE - WATER QUALITY
 1O-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
 3O-99     ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
 INSTRUMENTATION INSTALLED 12/8O
 DATA  COLLECTION BEGAN 3/80
 OF REMOTE SENSORS.
 RECN-000595           SSIE-GMA  5434 2
 LABN-C611B-014O       PE  -C36
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS RESEARCH IS TO EVALUATE THE COST BENEFITS OF LOW-COST FIELD-PROVEN
  SENSORS  AND TELECOMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT IN MONITORING PACKAGE SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS. APPROACH:
  EPA/MERL-WRD HAS DEVELOPED A  CENTRALIZED MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR OPERATING A GROUP OF SMALL TREATMENT
  PLANTS.  THE MODEL  WILL BE CALIBRATED USING FIELD DATA AND IMPLEMENTED AT CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OHIO.
                                             EPA -R80633O
                                             ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                   ORD -RC10B3O-5080
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-80
*PROJECT:  005226-
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  PROGRAM ID...•
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:

  ORDIS  CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS...

  ABSTRACT	•
A NEW SAMPLING THEORY FOR THE MEASUREMENT  OF  ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE  AND
FUNCTION
  TASK =KC1V -OO0306 **EPA=R8O6330      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 08/79  -  OS/SO :    FY80
JH HILL                   EPA/ERL  -  ATHENS                     404-546-3147
RJ MULHOLLAND             OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV                   SCH OF  ELECTRICAL ENG
(PE-C1V )           TRANSPORT AND FATE   -  TOXICS
3O-99     YSTEMS ECOLOGY
"KNONECKER PRODUCT REPRESENTATION FOR  THE  SOLUTION
OF THE GENERAL LINEAR MATRIX EQUATION"  IN  PRESS.
RECN-O05226
LABN-K76OC-317
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
6172 1
            EPA -R80633O
            ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                   ORD -RK10B3O-1080

                                                                   UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE  -C1V
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE PROPOSED RESEARCH  IS  INTENDED TO AID  IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF  A  SCHEME  FOR  EVALUATING
 THE POTENTIAL HAZARDS OF TOXIC MATERIALS  RELEASED INTO THE  ENVIRONMENT WITH A METHODOLOGY  FOR
 SAMPLING. M_EASUREMENT , AND ANALYSIS OF  LABORATORY MICROCOSMS.  APPROACH: SYSTEMS  THEORY  AND SYSTEMS
 ECOLOGY.

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  INVESTIGATOR.:
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                                         FTS 8-629-2915
                                         ALBANY
NY 12223
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT..
PILOT DEMONSTRATION AND  ENVIRONMENTAL  EVALUATION OF ARTIFICIAL REEF
CONSTRUCTION USING FLUE  GAS CLEANING WASTES
  TASK =F827d-791970 **EPA=R8O6341      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE : O9/78 -  1O/83  :   FY79
JW JONES                  EPA/IERL - RTP
SO WILSON                 STATE ENERGY  RES 8 DEVEL
(PE-827 )           ENV  IMPACT OF CONV  & ADV ENERGY SYSTEMS
10-14     NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT
BASELINE OCEANOGRAPHIC SURVEY (IN THE WATER COLUMN AND SCALED)
WAS CONDUCTED IN THE VICINITY OF THE REEF  SITE. SCUBA SURVEYS
WERE ALSO CONDUCTED AND  SAMPLES COLLECTED  OF BENTHIC AND EPIBENTHIC
ORGANISMS FOR BASELINE CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION 1 CUBIC FT. TEST
BLOCKS PLACED IN  TEST AREA AND PRELIMINARY PHYSICAL TESTING OF THE
TEST BLOCKS HAS BEEN CONCLUDED.   CORPS OF ENGINEERS PERMIT FOR
CONSTRUCTION OF THE REEF HAS BEEN ISSUED.
RECN-OO6OO5           SSIE-GMA  6496        EPA -R806341          ORD
PE  -827
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - 06-28-80    UPDATED-
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DEMONSTRATE THE TECHNICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL. AND ECONOMIC VIABILITY OF CONSTRUCTING  AN
 ARTIFICIAL REEF IN COASTAL WATERS USING CHEMICALLY TREATED BLOCKS OF FLUE GAS CLEANING WASTES  (S02
 SLUDGE AND FLY ASH). APPROACH: RESULTS OF PHASE I (LAB AND SMALL-SCALE (BAY) TESTS) WILL  BE
 REPORTED AFTER FIRST YEAR; PHASE II (LARGE PILOT (OCEAN) TESTS) RESULTS WILL BE REPORTED  ANNUALLY.
 USERS WILL BE EPA, STATE AGENCIES. UTILITIES. CONSULTANTS. PROCESS SUPPLIERS.
                                                                                        -RF1OB31-
                                                      06-28-80

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"PROJECT:  OO4727-TREATMENT OF STORMWATER RUNOFF BY A MARSH/FLOOD BASIN
                   TASK =CC35 -S2T026 *+EPA=R806357     ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O9/78 - O3/81  :    FY8O
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
 PROGRAM  ID..
 MANDATE	
DC AMMON
YJ LITWIN
T  BURSZTYNSKY
 ORDIS CODES.

 PROJ STATUS.

 ABSTRACT....
                           EPA/MERL  - CINC
                           RAMLIT ASSOCIATES  INC.
                           ASSN. OF  BAY AREA  GDVMNTS
08/79 -COMPLETE INITIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF  STUDY AREA
O2/80 -COMPLETE LITERATURE REVIEW
03/80 -COMPLETE INFLOW AND OUTFLOW  DATA COLLECTION
06/80 -COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF RESULTS
09/80 -COMPLETE DRAFT FINAL REPORT
(PE-C35 )           WASTEWATER SYSTEMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
30-99
RECN-004727
PE  -C35
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
FTS 8-340-6677
BERKELEY
BERKELEY
CA 94705
CA 94705
                                       SSIE-GMA  5994 1
                                                             EPA -R8O6357
                                            ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                                   ORD -RC10B3O-5080
                                                                  UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO ANALYZE THE QUALITATIVE CHANGES OF SURFACE RUNOFF AS A RESULT OF PONDING  IN  A
 MARSH/FLOOD BASIN. COMPARISON WILL BE MADE BETWEEN USING THE MARSH/FLOOD BASIN AS A  TREATMENT
 MEASURE FOR MITIGATING STORMWATER RUNOFF POLLUTION, OTHER BMPS AND STRUCTURAL TECHNIQUES  USED  FOR
 THAT PURPOSE. APPROACH: THE OBJECTIVES WILL BE SATISFIED BY AN EXTENSIVE SAMPLING AND  MONITORING
 PROGRAM WHICH WILL INCLUDE COLLECTING DATA AND ANALYZING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BASIN  AND THE
 TRIBUTARY WATERSHED AND COST  INFORMATION OF BASIN OPERATION. ALSO INCLUDED VIA SUPPLEMENTAL  FUNDING
 AS DESCRIBED HEREIN WILL BE A THOROUGH LITERATURE SEARCH UPDATING THE STATE-OF-THE-ART ON POLLUTANT
 CONTROL UTILIZING BEST VEGETATIVE AND HYDRAULIC PRACTICES.

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               U.S. ENVIRON*   TAL PROTECTION AGENCY                •         Form Approved
                NOTICE OF RESEARCH PROJECT                           ^ ^ 158-R°°81
                 _.              ..      .                       PROJECT NO.CDO not uaa tM« space;
                (Please read reverse before completing)                        —    ...
                                                              "SSIE
                                                               EPA
     PREPARED FOR THE SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE
TITLE OF PROJECT
  	Oxidation and  Conjugation of Carcinogenic Hydrocarbons in Marine Animals
GIVE NAMES, DEPARTMENT, AND OFFICIAL TITLES OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS OR PROJECT DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE PROJECT.
 Dr.  D. Ralph Strength,  Professor, Biochemistry  & Nutrition, Department, of Animal &
                         Dairy  Science, Project Director
 Dr.  Harlow H.  Daron,   Associate Professor, Biochemistry, Department of Animal  & Dairy
 Dr.  John L. Aull,       Associate Professor, Biochemistry, Department of Chemistry
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT INSTITUTION
 Auburn University
 Auburn, Alabama 36830
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WORK- (1) Objective., (2) Approach, (3) Current Plan* and/or Progress (300 words or lea*. Omit confidential data).
  In th« Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, summaries of work In proem* are exchanged with government and private agencies rap -
  porting research and arc forwarded to Investigator*  who requeet lueh Information. Your summary li  to be used for theie purpoaea.
      The oxidative metabolism of polycyclic  aromatic hydrocarbons  (PAH)  results in
 products of high cellular  toxicity or mutagenicity.  The  types of  compounds that
 undergo this oxidative metabolism include: steroids, drugs,  insecticides, anesthetics,
 as well as  polycyclic hydrocarbons.  The  primary purpose  of  this proposed project
 is the study of types of oxidation products  produced by the  metabolism of selected
 fish and shellfish and  the extent and types  of conjugated products formed by these
 selected marine organisms.   The  enzyme systems involved in the production and acti-
 vation of glucuronic acid  and sulfate will be  ascertained in tissues  of marine
 organisms.   Since oxidation of PAH produces  more polar compounds that may be conjugated
 with several known compounds, the conjugation  and consequent increase in solubility
 may be a highly important  part of the process  that  protects  all organisms from
 short-term  toxicity and long-term carcinogenesis.  The mechanisms  of  induction of
 glucuronosyltransferase and sulfatransferase enzymes by PAH  compounds and their
 metabolites will be studied.
ci.

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'PROJECT: OO4925-
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  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM  ID...
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS:


  ORDIS CODES.  :

  PROd STATUS..

  ABSTRACT  .
THE IMPACT OF STRATOSPHERIC  OZONE  DEPLETION UPON TROPOSPHERIC
ULTRAVIOLET, PHOTOCHEMISTRY  AND  SMOG
  TASK =X861A-OOOO01  ' *EPA=R8O6373-01   * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  04/79  -  04/8O :    FY79
AF FORZIATI                EPA/OHR- DAA                         202-426-2317
AE GREEN                   STATE  UNIV SYS  OF FLORIDA            INTER.  CENTER FOR AERON
WL CHAMOIDES               STATE  UNIV SYS  OF FLORIDA            INTER.  CENTER FOR AERON
O9/79 -PROGRESS REPORT ON  IMPACT OF  OZONE  DEPLETION ON UV RADIATION
04/80 -STATUS REPORT,  PHASE  1, TO  DETERMINE IF  PHASE 2 IS TO BE UNDERTAKE
OO/OO -FINAL OUTPUT  -  TO BE  DETERMINED WHEN PHASE 1 IS COMPLETED
(PE-861  )            HEALTH EFFECTS STRATS  MODS
1O-02     CLEAN AIR  ACT
2O-33     DAA FOR  CHEMICAL CONTROLS
PRELIMINARY CALCULATIONS DONE, LEADING TO  HYPOTHESIS
THAT THERE WILL BE  IMPACT  OF O3  DEPLETION  ON UV.
PHOTOLYSIS AND SMOG  FORMATION.
RECN-004925            SSIE-GMA  5864        EPA -R806373-01        ORD  -RX10B30-5079
PE  -861
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL          ENTERED -  UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO ATTEMPT  TO DETERMINE IF  DEPLETION OF  STRATOSPHERIC OZONE (03) INCREASES ULTRAVIOLET
 RADIATION AT THE  EARTH'S  SURFACE  AND  TO  THEN  EXAMINE  POSSIBLE  IMPACTS ON SKIN CANCER, PLANT YIELDS
 AND PHOTOCHEMICAL  SMOG. APPROACH: UNDERTAKE RADIATIVE TRANSFER CALCULATIONS AND MODELING STUDIES OF
 03 DEPLETION IMPACT ON TROPOSPHERIC UV RADIATION AND  PHOTOLYSIS RATES;  AND PHOTOCHEMICAL MODEL
 CALCULATIONS OF THE EFFECT  OF ENHANCED UV RADIATION AND  PHOTOLYSIS RATES ON TROPOSPHERIC
 PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND  SMOG FORMATION.  RESULTS TO  DATE:  THE  INVESTIGATORS AMD  OTHERS HAVE PREVIOUSLY
 DONE PRELIMINARY  CALCULATIONS LEADING TO  THE HYPOTHESIS  THAT THERE WILL BE IMPACT OF 03 DEPLETION
 ON UV,  PHOTOLYSIS  AND SMOG  FORMATION.

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^PROJECT-  OO5345-ECOLOGICAL  EFFECTS  OF STORM RUNOFF IN AN URBAN STREAM

                    TASK  =MC32 -OO0021  * *EPA=R8O6387-CM  *> (GRANT)
                    STARTING/  COMPLETION  DATE   12/78 - 11/81 :    FY8O
  EPA   OFFICER.:  KW MALUEG                  EPA/ERL - CORVALLIS                  FTS 8-42O-4761
  INVESTIGATOR.:  MA PERKINS                 UNIV OF WASHINGTON                   ENG DEPT
  MILESTONES...:  12/79 -ANNUAL PROGRESS  REPORT
                  12/8O -ANNUAL PROGRESS  REPORT
                  11/81  -REPORT ENTITLED  -  ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF STORM RUNOFF IN AN URBAN STREAM
  PROGRAM  ID...:  (PE-C32  )            FRESHWATER ECO EFFECTS  -  WATER QUALITY
  FINAL OUTPUT.:  REPORT  ENTITLED:  ECOLOGOICAL EFFECTS OF  STORM RUNOFF
  MANDATE	:  20-10    AA FOR  WATER  AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
                  2O-R1O  .  EPA REGION  X
  CURR. RESULTS:  IN AN URBAN  STREAM
                  CHEMICAL AND PERIPHYTON SAMPLING PROGRAMS INITIATED.
                  FISHERIES ASPECTS OF  STUDY BEGUN WITH COMPARISON  OF
                  FISH  POPULATIONS  IN STREAMS.
  ORDIS CODES..:  RECN-O05345           SSIE-GMA  6355 1       EPA -R806387-01       ORD -RM10B3O-2080
                  PE  -C32
  PROJ  STATUS..   ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR    INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  O6-28-80
                  CATEGORY-RESEARCH    ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT...  .:  OBJECTIVE: THE  OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT ARE  TO  IDENTIFY THOSE SHORT AND LONG TERM IMPACTS
                  ASSOCIATED  WITH  STORM  RUNOFF FROM AN URBAN AREA  UPON THE BIOTA OF A RECEIVING STREAM. A FURTHER
                  ASSESSMENT  WILL  BE MADE  OF THE  REALIZED AND/OR POTENTIAL MITIGATION OF THOSE IMPACTS DUE TO
                  STORMWATER  MANAGEMENT  PRACTICES WITHIN  SELECTED  SUBDRAINAGES OF THE STUDY AREA.  APPROACH: THE
                  APPROACH WILL  BE CENTERED AROUND SAMPLING OF  THE  PERIPHYTON,  MACROINVERTEBRATE AND FISH COMMUNITIES
                  OF URBANIZED AND NON-URBANIZED  STREAMS  TO DETERMINE PATTERNS OF SPATIAL/TEMPORAL VARIATION AND HOW
                  THESE MAY RELATE TO  URBAN RUNOFF  MACROINVERTEBRATE SAMPLING HAS BEEN DEVEOTED TO SITE SELECTION.
                  STATISTICAL SAMPLING REOUIREMETS AND EVALUATION  OF TEMPORAL VARIATIONS.  AND ORGANISM
                  INDENTIFICATION. THE FISHERIES  ASPECTS  OF THE STUDY HAS BEGUM WITH A COMPARISON OF FISH POPULATIONS
                  IN THE STREAMS.


*PROJECT-  006651-MICROWAVES,  HYPERTHERMIA  AND HUMAN LEUKOCYTE FUNCTION

                   TASK =HC98 -9673OO  **EPA=R806390    ** (GRANT)
                    STARTING/  COMPLETION  DATE :  08/79  - 08/8O :   FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.   RJ SMIALOWICZ             EPA/HERL -  RTP                       629-2541
  INVESTIGATOR.'    UNKNOWN                 UNIV OF ROCHESTER                    ROCHESTER                  NY
  PROGRAM ID...   (PE-C98  )           HEALTH AND ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS-   RADIATION
  MANDATE	-  1O-O4     PUBLIC  HEALTH SERVICES ACT
  ORDIS CODES..'  RECN-OO6651           SSIE-HZ 809673         EPA -R80639O          ORD -RH10B3O-1080
                  PE  -C98
  PROJ STATUS...  PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL          ENTERED - O6-28-8O    UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                  CATEGORY-RESEARCH    ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	  TO DETERMINE THE  EFFECT OF IN VITRO  EXPOSURE OF HUMAN LYMPHOCYTES TO 245O MHZ MICROWAVES CONTRACTOR
                  HAS  NOT YET BEGUN  EXPERIMENTS.  IS STILL IN THE PROCESS  OF  CONSTRUCTING AND  TESTING MICROWAVE
                  EXPOSURE SYSTEM.

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  EPA  OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR. :
  MILESTONES.  .:

  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:

  CURR. RESULTS:

  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS.  . :

  ABSTRACT. .  .  . :
                                                                5O3-757-4611
                                                                DEPT  OF  PSYCHOLOGY
                                              WATER  QUALITY
  TASK =M82O -OOOO17  **EPA=R8OS391      '*  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  11/78  -  10/81  :    FY79
JN GAKSTATTER             EPA/ERL  -  CORVALLIS
JR KARR                   UNIV OF  ILLINOIS
1O/79 -ANNUAL REPORT  SUMMARIZING FINDINGS
10/8O -ANNUAL REPORT  SUMMARIZING FINDINGS
(PE-820 )           FRESHWATER ECO EFFECTS
20-10     AA FOR WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
20-11     DAA FOR WATER PLANNING AND STANDARDS
STREAMS AND SAMPLING  SITES   HAVE BEEN  SELECTED
AND SAMPLING STARTED.
RECN-005341            SSIE-GMA  6349        EPA  -R806391
PE  -82O
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVES ARE  (1) TO IDENTIFY RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN  STREAM  HABITAT  STRUCTURE AND
 WARMWATER FISH COMMUNITIES.  (2) EVALUATE THE RELATIVE  IMPORTANCE  OF  LAND USE  ACTIVITIES AND
 CONCOMITANT NPS POLLUTANTS  VERSUS HABITAT STRUCTURE IN REGULATING FISH COMMUNITIES IN WARMWATER
 STREAMS,  AND (3) DEVELOP METHODS WHICH CAN  BE USED BY WATER RESOURCE MANAGERS TO ASSESS STREAM
 SYSTEM AND PREDICT CONSEQUENCES OF  HABITAT  CHANGES ON THE BIOTA.  APPROACH:  SAMPLING PROGRAMS TO
 DETERMINE WATER QUALITY. HABITAT STRUCTURE, INVERTEBRATE POPULATIONS AND FISH POPULATIONS  ARE BEING
 CONDUCTED ON FOUR STREAMS,  REPRESENTING THE BROADEST RANGE OF HABITAT TfPES AND LAND USE CONDITIONS
 AVAILABLE IN THE SMALL WARMWATER STREAMS OF ILLINOIS.
                                                                   ORD  -RM10B30-2079
                                                                   UPDATED-   JAN-MAR  80
'PROJECT: 005171-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL  IMPACT  OF  GROUNDWATER  RECHARGE
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT..   .
  TASK =DC60 -4DOO1E **EPA=R8O6399-O1   •*  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : OS/79 - 02/81  :   FY80
RK MIDAY                  EPA/HERL - CINC
M  NELLOR                 LOS ANGELES CO SAN DIST
R  FRERICHS               LOS ANGELES CO SAN DIST
06/80 -COMPLETION OF PLANNING PROGRAM
06/81 -INITIAL DATA EVALUATION
03/82 -STATISTICAL ANALYSIS  COMPLETED
(PE-C6O )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - DRINKING WATER
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT
20-11     DAA FOR WATER PLANNING AND STANDARDS
20-13     DAA FOR DRINKING WATER
                                                               FTS 8-684-7461
                                                               WHITTIER
                                                               WHITTIER
                                                                                          CA  9O607
                                                                                          CA  9O6O7
RECN-005171
LABN-D607D-006
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                  6177  1
                                                              EPA  -R8O6399-01
                                                                                    ORD  -RD10B30-5080
                                            ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                  UPDATED-  06-28-80
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE  -C6O
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO ASSESS THE POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LONG-TERM USE OF DRINKING
 WATER WHICH HAS BEEN RECHARGED IN PART WITH RECLAIMED WATER. APPROACH: AN EPIDEMIOLOGY  STUDY  WILL
 BE DONE USING EXISTING DATA TO DETERMINE IF RESIDENTS OF AN AREA WHICH HAS BEEN SUPPLIED  WITH
 RECYCLED WATER DIFFER IN PATTERNS OF MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY FROM RESIDENTS  IN THE SAME AREA  PRIOR
 TO IMPLEMENTING RECYCLING AND FROM RESIDENTS FROM SIMILAR COMMUNITIES DRINKING NON-RECHARGED  WATER.

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"•PROJECT: 006653-DEVELOPMENT OF AN  IN VITRO MODEL  FOR ORGANOPHOSPHORUS-INDUCED DELAYED
                 NEUROTOXICITY
                   TASK =HC86 -950600 **EPA=R80640O      **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O6/79 - 05/82  :   FY80
                 TM SCOTTI                 EPA/HERL - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2367
                    GRAHAM                 DUKE UNIV                            MEDICAL CENTER
                 O9/79 -DEVELOP AGAR ADSORPTION TECHNIQUE
                 06/82 -DEVELOP SENSITIVE INDEX OF NEURITE  INJURY
                 06/82 -DEVELOP OPTIMAL HISTOPATHOLOGIC  TECHNIQUES
                 06/82 -CORRELATE IN VITRO SYSTEMS WITH  IN  VIVO SYSTEMS
                 O6/82 -EST. OPTIMAL CONDITIONS FOR DEGEN.  OF NS IN VIVO
                 (PE-C86 )           HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
                 30-03     TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
EPA  OFFICER. :
INVESTIGATOR..
MILESTONES....
PROGRAM ID...:
MANDATE	  :
ORDIS CODES...
  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	
               RECN-OO6653
               PE  -C86
               PROJECT-ACTIVE
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                       SSIE-HZ S09506
                                                             EPA -R8O64OO
                                                             ENTERED - O6-28-8O
                                                                                   ORD  -RH10B3O-3O8O
                                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-8O
                      INFO-ORIGINAL
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
DEVELOP SENSITIVE  INDEX OF NEURITE  INJURY  IMR-32 AND  LA-N-1 HUMAN NEUROBLASTOMA  LINES  WERE EXPOSED
TO A SERIES OF ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS  IN TISSUE CULTURE, UTILIZING  THE  AGAR  ADSORPTION
TECHNIQUE WE DEVELOPED FOR THIS PURPOSE. BOTH OF THESE ADRENERGIC NEUROBLASTOMA  LINES  DEMONSTRATED
REDUCTIONS IN COCAINE -INHIBITABLE (3H)-NOREPINEPHRINE UPTAKE AFTER THREE  HOURS OF  EXPOSURE,  WHICH
WE PROPOSE TO REPRESENT A SENSITIVE  INDEX  OF NEURITE  INJURY. EACH OF  THE  ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS
EMPLOYED RESULTED  IN  STATISTICALLY  SIGNIFICANT  REDUCTIONS  IN (3H)-NOREPINEPHRINE UPTAKE  BY IMR-32
NEUROBLASTOMA CELLS AFTER 3 HOURS OF EXPOSURE.  THE ALKYL ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS  EFFECTED
GREATER REDUCTIONS THAN THE ARYL COMPOUNDS, SUGGESTING THAT THE  IN VITRO  EFFECT  WAS  A  REFLECTION,
OF THE RELATIVE WATER SOLUBILITY OF  THE ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUND. LEPTOPHOS. THE  LEAST  TOXIC AGENT
WITH THE IMR-32 CELLS, RESULTED IN  NO  ALTERATIONS IN  (3H)  NOREPINEPHRINE  UPTAKE  BY LA-N-1
NEUROBLASTOMA CELLS,  WHILE THE REST  OF THE COMPOUNDS  WERE  MORE EFFECTIVE  THAN WITH THE IMR-32
CELLS. THE ORDER IN WHICH THESE AGENTS AFFECTED (3H)  NOREPINEPHRINE UPTAKE  WAS THE SAME  FOR  THE TWO
HUMAN ADRENERGIC LINES. WHILE THE COCAINE-INHIBITABLE UPTAKE OF  (3H)  NOREPINEPHRINE  BY LA-N-1 CELLS
WAS ONLY 2O% OF THAT  OF IMR-32CELLS  IN CONTROL  CULTURES, THE CHOLINERGIC  CLONE,  LA-N-2,  EFFECTED NO
GREATER UPTAKE OF  (3H) NOREPINEPHRINE  IN THE ABSENCE  THAN  IN THE PRESENCE OF  10-5  M  COCAINE.  ALSO
CONSISTENT WITH THE CHOLINERGIC DIFFERENTIATION OF THE LA-N-2  CLONE WAS THE ABSENCE  OF
CATECHOLAMINES IN  PERCHLORIC ACID EXTRACTS BY HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY. MEASURABLE
LEVELS OF DOPAMINE WERE FOUND IN PERCHLORIC ACID EXTRACTS  OF IMR-32 CELLS,  WHILE NOREPINEPHRINE WAS
FOUND IN LA-N-1 CELLS. A SUB-NEUROTOX1C DOSE OF (14C) PHENYL EPN (OETHYL-O-4-NITROPHENYL PHENYL
(14C) PHOSPHONOTHIOATE) WAS ADMINISTERED ORALLY AT A  DOSE  OF 10 MG/ KG  (2.73 CI/KG). RADIOACTIVITY
IN TISSUES REACHED A  PEAK OF 33% OF  THE DOSE 12 HOURS AFTER ADMINISTRATION, TISSUE RADIOACTIVITY
FELL TO 2% AT 12 DAYS. RADIOACTIVITY WAS HIGHEST IN MUSCLE, FOLLOWED  BY SKIN AND LIVER.  BRAIN.
SPINAL CORD, AND SCIAT1C'NERVE. THE  SITES  OF INJURY IN DELAYED NEUROTOXICITY BY  EPN. CONTAINED  ONLY
LOW LEVELS OF RADIOACTIVITY.

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                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT''  PROTECTION AGENCY
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                          *ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT
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*PROJECT: OO51O6-TOXIC & PRIORITY  POLLUTANT  ORGANICS IN MUNICIPAL SLUDGE LAND TREATMENT
                 SYSTEMS
                   TASK =CC36  -S1TC42  **EPA=R8O6421      **  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  1O/79 -  O1/83 :    FY8O
  EPA  OFFICER.• JA RYAN                    EPA/MERL  - CINC
  INVESTIGATOR.: LA JONES                   NORTH CAROLINA STATE  UNIV
                 MR OVERCASH                NORTH CAROLINA STATE  UNIV
                 JB WEBER                   NORTH CAROLINA STATE  UNIV
  MILESTONES...: 1O/81 -CONTINUATION FUNDING
  PROGRAM ID.... (PE-C36 )           URBAN  SYS  & TOXICS RESIDUAL MANAGE
  MANDATE	: 3O-99     WASTEWATER  TREATMENT & DISPOSAL
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-OO5106            SSIE-GMA  6226 1      EPA -R806421
                                                                FTS-8-684-7653
                                                                BIOL/AGRIC ENG
                                                                BIOL/AGRIC ENG
                                                                BIOL/AGRIC ENG
                                                        -  WATER QUALITY
  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT.
RECN-005106
PE  -C36
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                    ORD -RC10B3O-3O80
                                                              ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-   06-28-80
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE WHICH OF THE PRIORITY  ORGANIC  POLLUTANTS  PRESENT  IN  SEWAGE  SLUDGE IMPACT THE
 PLANTS WHICH ARE GROWN ON SOILS AND  AMENDED WITH THE  SEWAGE SLUDGE. EVALUATE  THE  ENVIRONMENTAL FATE
 OF THOSE PRIORITY POLLUTANTS WHICH ARE  TRANSFERRED FROM  THE SLUDGE  TO THE  CROP.  APPROACH:  PLANTS
 PRODUCED IN SOIL WHICH HAS BEEN AMENDED WITH  C14 LABELLED  PRIORITY  ORGANIC POLLUTANTS WILL BE
 EVALUATED FOR C14 UPTAKE. FOR THOSE  COMPOUNDS WHICH ARE  ACCUMULATED IN THE PLANT,  MEASURE  THEIR
 CONCENTRATION IN THE  VARIOUS TISSUES AND DETERMINE THEIR RATES  OF DECOMPOSITION AND VOLATILIZATION
 IN SOIL.
*PROJECT'  OO6369-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	:
  ORDIS CODES. . :

  PROJ STATUS.-:

  ABSTRACT	:
TRADESCANTIA-MCN-IN-TETRAD MUTAGEN  TEST  FOR  ONSITE  MONITORING &  FURTHER
VALIDATION OF TEST SYS.
  TASK =HC2R -994500  '*EPA = R806422     * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 03/79 - O2/8O  :    FY80
   SANDHU                 EPA/HERL  - RTP                       629-3850
   UNKNOWN                WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIV
09/79 -IN SITU MONITOR PARKING GARAGE, DIESEL  EXHAUST
01/80 -BIOASSAY-PA. MONITOR  PARKING GARAGE.  DIESEL  EXHAUS
O3/8O -BIOASSAY-NIACIN, SACCHARIN,  BAP DIESEL  EXHAUSTS
03/8O -BIOASSAY NAHS03, ZN-GLUCONATE, PBC12
(PE-C2R )           HEALTH EFFECTS  OF ENERGY RELATED POLLUTANTS
30-1O     ENVIRONMENTAL RD&D AUTHORIZATION ACT
RECN-OO6369           SSIE-HZ 8O9945         EPA  -R8O6422           ORD  -RH1OB3O-3O8O
PE  -C2R
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - O6-28-8O    UPDATED-   O6-28-8O
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
VALIDATION OF THE TRADESCANTIA MICRONUCLEI TEST  FIVE COMPOUNDS.  ZINC,  CHLORIDE,  SODIUM BISULFITE.
 NIACIN, BENZO(A)PYRENE AND  SACCHARINE WERE  EVALUATED FOR  THEIR  CHROMOSOMAL  ABERRATION EFFECTS  OF
 THESE COMPOUNDS. ONLY SACCHARINE GAVE A POSITIVE DOSE-RELATED RESPONSE.  THE TREATMENT DOSES FOR
 SACCHARINE WERE FROM 5 MICROMOLAR  TO 5O MICROMOLAR.

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•PROJECT: OO614O-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID....
  MANDATE	:
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	:
TRADESCANTIA-MCN-IN-TETRAD  MUTAGEN  TEST  FOR  ONSITE  MONITORING 8. FURTHER
VALIDATION OF TEST  SYS.
  TASK =H834 -99450O  ~-EPA=R8O6422      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 03/79 -  O2/80  :    FY79
   SANDHU                 EPA/HERL  - RTP                       629-3850
   UNKNOWN                WESTERN ILLINOIS UN1V
09/79 -IN SITU MONITOR PARKING GARAGE. DIESEL  EXHAUST
01/8O -BIOASSAY-PA. MONITOR  PARKING GARAGE.  DIESEL 'EXHAUS
O3/8O -BIOASSAY-NIACIN. SACCHARIN.  BAP DIESEL  EXHAUSTS
03/80 -BIOASSAY NAHSO3, ZN-GLUCONATE.  PBC12
(PE-834  )           HEALTH  EFFECTS  -ENERGY
20-2O     AA FOR AIR  AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
                      SSIE-H2 799945         EPA  -R8O6422           ORD  -RH1OB30-2O79
                      PE  -834
                      INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - O6-28-80    UPDATED-   O6-28-80
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
VALIDATION OF THE TRADESCANTIA MICRONUCLEI TEST  ELEVEN  SITES  WERE  MONITORED.  SOME  OF THEM REPEATED.
 SOME PARKING GARAGES, BUS  OR TRUCK STOPS GAVE POSITIVE RESULTS. AND IN  FEW  CASES.  THE  MCN
 FREQUENCIES WERE 2-4 TIMES  OF THE  BACKGROUND  LEVEL. MALEIC HYDRAZIDE  WAS FURTHER  TESTED WITH
 TRADESCANTIA MICRONUCLEUS  TEST AND HUMAN LYMPHOCYTE MICRONUCLEUS  TEST.  CHROMOSOME  LESIONS OR GAPS
 WERE OBSERVED IN HUMAN LYMPHOCYTES. DIESEL  EXHAUST FUMES  AND ITS  CONDENSATE  WERE  TESTED.  IN SITU
 MONITORING AT US EPA MONITORING STATION. AND  AT DOWNTOWN  DURHAM.  WAS  CONDUCTED.
RECN-OO614O
LABN-H834 -9945OO
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
•PROJECT-  004828-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID. .  .
  FINAL OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	
  CURR. RESULTS
  ORDIS CODES..
  PROJ STATUS..
  ABSTRACT.
THE EFFECT OF COLLISIONAL LIFETIME  IN OPTOACOUSTIC DETECTION OF
POLLUTANT GASES
  TASK = GC2Q -OOO616  *' EPA = R806439-O1   * *  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 02/79  - 02/8O  :    FY80
WA MCCLENNY               EPA/ESRL  - RTP                       FTS  8-629-3158
W  CHRISTIAN              ALLEGHENY  COLLEGE                    DEPT. OF PHYSICS
02/80 -ORD REPORT ON  OPTOACOUSTIC DETECTION  OF POLLUTANTS
(PE-C20 )           MEASURE  SYS & INSTR. DEVEL FOR ENERGY REL POLL
REPORT ON OPTOACOUSTIC DETECTION OF  POLLUTANTS
1O-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
FINAL DRAFT REPORT RECEIVED.
                       SSIE-GMA  5788 1       EPA  -R806439-01       ORD  -RG10B3O-108O
                       PE  -C20
                       INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-80
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE THE  RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OPTOACOUSTIC SIGNAL.  ABSORPTION COEFFICIENT,
 COLLISIONAL LIFETIME. CHOPPING FREQUENCY, AND PRESSURE  IN AN OPTOACOUSTIC CELL. APPROACH:  THE
 OPTOACOUSTIC CELL WILL BE CALIBRATED USING  A PIEZOELECTRIC CRYSTAL TO INDUCE PRESSURE  VARIATIONS  IN
 THE CELL. CARBON DIOXIDE. SULFUR HEXAFLUORIDE. NITROUS  OXIDE. ETHYLENE. VARIOUS FLUOROCARBONS  AND
 METHYLHALIDES WILL THEN BE  INVESTIGATED.  PARTICULAR ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO GASES WHICH
 DEACTIVATE IN A STEPWISE MANNER AND TO GASES WHICH EXHIBIT KINETIC COOLING EFFECTS.
RECN-004828
LABN-G833D-EB-043
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH

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       RUN DATE: O7/09/80                  ^  0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*                              PAGE-    172

*PROJECT: OO5787-GEOTHERMAL  IMPACT - A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO MONITORING ENVIRONMENTAL
                 IMPACTS FROM DEVELOPMENT,  CONVERSION.  5 WASTE DISPOSAL (ABBR
                    TASK  = JC2J -OOO060 - *EPA = R8O6457     •- (GRANT)
                    STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE   04/79 -  1O/83 :    FY80
  EPA  OFFICER.: RB  EVANS                   EPA/EMSL - LAS VEGAS                 702-798-2250
  INVESTIGATOR.: J   HESS                    UNIV OF NEVADA                       DESERT RESEARCH INST
  MILESTONES...: 10/83  -GEOTHERMAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
  PROGRAM ID...  (PE-C2J )            ENVIRN  ASSES INPACT OF CONV &  ADV ENERGY SYSTEMS
  FINAL OUTPUT.  GEOTHERMAL  ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
  MANDATE	: 1O-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                 1O-O3     TOXIC  SUBSTANCES  CONTROL ACT
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-005787            SSIE-GMA  5835 1      EPA -R806457          ORD -RO10E30-1080
                 LABN-J827B-6O         PE  -C2J
  PROJ STATUS..: ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	- OBJECTIVE/APPROACH:  A SYSTEMATIZED METHODOLOGY FOR MONITORING THE LONG TERM ENVIRONMENTAL
                  IMPLICATIONS OF  GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT,  CONVERSION AND WASTE DISPOSAL WILL BE DEVELOPED
                  AND VALIDATED.  THE  RESULTANT METHODOLOGY WILL EE  USEFUL FOR DEVELOPING SITE- SPEC IF1C WATER, AIR
                  SOIL AND BIOLOGIC  MONITORING PLANS. THE SYSTEM WILL BE  DEVELOPED USING THE ROOSEVELT HOT SPRINGS,
                  UTAH KGRA AS DATA  SOURCE.  ELEMENTS OF SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT INCLUDE:  1) FAULT TREE ANALYSIS OF
                  GEOTHERMAL  FAILURE  MODES;  2) ASSESSMENT AND TESTING OF  PHYSICAL,  CHEMICAL, AIR QUALITY, AND
                  BIOLOGICAL  MODELS;  3) DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF  COMPUTER-BASED MONITORING PLAN DESIGN SYSTEM; AND
                  4) DESIGN OF  SITE-SPECIFIC MONITORING PLAN FOR ROOSEVELT KGRA.


^PROJECT:  0047O4-GROUNDWATER  MONITORING FOR  GEOTHERMAL  DEVELOPMENT

                   TASK =B827B-OOO920 **EPA=R8O6457-01   »* (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  01/79 -  01/83     FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: R  BATEMAN                EPA/IERL - CINC                      FTS-8 - 595 - 2969
  INVESTIGATOR.: JW HESS                   UNIV OF NEVADA                      DESERT RESEARCH INST
  PROGRAM ID.... (PE-827 )            ENV  IMPACT OF CONV & ADV ENERGY SYSTEMS
  MANDATE	: 10-02     CLEAN  AIR  ACT
                 1O-15     SAFE DRINKING  WATER ACT
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-0047O4            SSIE-GMA  5758        EPA -R806457-O1        ORD -RB1OB30-1O79
                 PE  -827
  PROJ STATUS..  PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	' OBJECTIVE: THE PURPOSE OF THIS INVESTIGATION IS TO VALIDATE  AND  IMPROVE  A METHODOLOGY FOR DETECTING.
                  MONITORING  AND  PREDICTING  THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT  ON THE GROUNDWATER
                  ENVIRONMENT.  APPROACH:  THE OBJECTIVE  WILL BE  ACCOMPLISHED BY DESIGNING.  IMPLEMENTING,  OPERATING.
                  AND MODIFYING A  MONITORING PLAN AT THE ROOSEVELT  HOT SPRINGS GEOTHERMAL  RESOURCE AREA  IN BEAVER
                  COUNTY. UTAH.

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*PROJECT- OO5241-COMPUTER SIMULATION TO ASSESS THE ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT OF RESIDENTIAL
                 GROUND-WATER HEAT PUMP UTILIZATION
                    TASK  =L832B-OOOO04 •**EPA=R8O6465     **  (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE •  08/79 - 08/81 :    FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.: BD NEWPORT                EPA/ERL - ADA                        FTS 8-743-2201
  INVESTIGATOR.: JH LEHR                   NATL WAT WELL ASSN RES FAC           WORTHINGTON                OH 43O85
  MILESTONES.  .: 08/81  -REPORT  ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF GROUND WATER HEAT  PUMPS
  PROGRAM ID..  : (PE-832 )            TRANSPORTATION & FATE- ENERGY
  FINAL OUTPUT.: ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF GROUND WATER HEAT PUMPS
  MANDATE	: 1O-99     ENERGY
  ORDIS CODES..: RECN-O05241           SSIE-GMA  6156        EPA  -R806465          ORD  -RL10E3O-1079
                 PE  -832
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   OCT-DEC  79
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT	  OBJECTIVE: TO ASSESS, THROUGH APPLIED ANALYTICAL AND PHYSICAL RESEARCH,  THE  ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS
                   THAT A DENSE CONCENTRATION OF GROUND-WATER GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS COULD  PLACE  UPON A  RANGE OF
                   AQUIFER SYSTEMS IN DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES.  APPRROACH:  DRILL AND COMPLETE
                   ONE PUMPING WELL AND ONE DISCHARGE WELL 6 INCHES IN DIAMETER. CONSTRUCT FOUR  OBSERVATION WELLS; ONE
                   WITHIN A FEW FEET  OF THE DISCHARGE WELL AND THREE WELLS SPACED AT 12O DEGREES AND 25 FEET FROM THE
                   DISCHARGE WELL. DRILL THREE ADDITIONAL OBSERVATION WELLS 5O FEET FROM THE DISPOSAL  WELL  AT 120
                   DEGREES SEPARATION.  FROM THESE WELLS A GROUND-WATER HEAT PUMP WILL BE OPERATED  AND  GROUND-WATER
                   QUALITY VARIATIONS MONITORED TO DETERMINE ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS OF GROUND-WATER  HEAT  PUMPS.



'PROJECT: 006306-EXPOSURE OF AGRICULTURAL LABOR TO PESTICIDES

                    TASK =H615 -947700 **EPA=R806474     **  (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  04/79 - O4/82 •     FY79
  EPA  OFFICER.  RL BARON                  EPA/HERL - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2655
  INVESTIGATOR.:     UNKNOWN                UNIV OF FLORIDA                      GAINESVILLE                FL 32601
  PROGRAM ID..  :  (PE-615 )           HEALTH EFFECTS - PESTICIDES
  MANDATE	  : 20-34     DAA FOR PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
  ORDIS CODES.  : RECN-OO63O6           SSIE-HZ 799477        EPA  -R806474          ORD  -RH1OB3O-2O79
                 LABN-H615 -947700     PE  -615
  PROJ STATUS..: PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - O6-28-80    UPDATED-  06-28-80
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
  ABSTRACT.  ..  : DETERMINE THE EXPOSURE OF SPRAYMEN/ALLIED WORKERS AND FRUIT PICKERS TO PESTICIDAL CHEMICALS  IN  THE
                   WORKPLACE. DETERMINE THE EXTENT OF EXPOSURE AS RELATED TO RATE OF APPLICATION WORK PRACTICE  AND
                   CHEMICAL MOIETY  COMPLETED SAMPLING OF LOADERS AND APPLICATORS OF LEAD ARSENATE  AND  ETHION.

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'PROJECT: OO6629-EXPOSURE  OF  AGRICULTURAL  LABOR  TO PESTICIDES
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID. .
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT. . .
                   TASK  =HC86  -9477OO * * EPA = R8O6474      •• <•  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  04/79 -  04/82     FY80
                   DAVIS
                   NIGG
                (PE-C86 )
                10-06
                RECN-006629
                PE   -C86
                PROJECT-ACTIVE
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                           EPA/HERL  -  RTP
                           UNIV OF FLORIDA
                    HEALTH EFFECTS  -  PESTICIDES
          FEDERAL INSECTICIDE. FUNGICIDE AND  RODENTICIDE  ACT
                      SSIE-HZ 809477        EPA  -R806474
                                                                629-2601
                                                                GAINESVILLE
                                                                                          FL 32601
                                             ENTERED  - O6-28-80
                                                                   ORD -RH10B30-1080
                                                                   UPDATED-   06-28-80
                      INFO-ORIGINAL
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
DETERMINE THE EXPOSURE OF SPRAYMEN/ALLIED WORKERS  AND  FRUIT  PICKERS  TO  PESTICIDAL CHEMICALS IN THE
 WORKPLACE. DETERMINE THE EXTENT OF EXPOSURE AS  RELATED  TO RATE  OF APPLICATION/WORK PRACTICE AND
 CHEMICAL MOIETY. COMPLETED ANALYSIS OF  EXPOSURE PAD SAMPLES  FROM  LEAD  ARSENATE  AND ETHIO.N EXPOSURE
 STUDIES. LOCATED COOPERATORS TO STUDY EXPOSURE  DURING APPLICATION OF PARAQUAT  TO GOLF  COURSES AND
 CITRUS AND OF DIOUAT TO ACOUATIC PLANTS.
'PROJECT-  OO47O7-FATE OF HEAVY METALS  DURING  _iNDFILL  STABILIZATION OF  SOLID WASTE
                 MATERIALS WITH  LEACHATE  RECYCLE
                   TASK = CC73  -S1T25A  * *EPA=R806498-01   t+  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  03/79  -  04/81      FY80
                 DR BRUNNER                 EPA/MERL  -  CINC
                 FG POHLAND                 GEORGIA  INST OF  TECH
                 MT SUIDAN                  GEORGIA  INST OF  TECH
                 WH CROSS                   GEORGIA  INST OF  TECH
                 08/79 -CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED
                 O1/8O -INTERIM  PROGRESS  REPORT
                 04/81 -FINAL REPORT ON  FATE  OF HEAVY  METALS
                 (PE-C73 )           SOLID  &  HAZARDOUS  WASTE
                 FINAL REPORT ON FATE  OF  HEAVY  METALS
                 10-05     RESOURCE CONSERVATION  AND  RECOVERY  ACT
                 1O-13     SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT
                 CURRENT RESULTS EXPERMINENTAL  FACILITIES CONSTRUCTED 10/79
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES...
PROGRAM ID...
FINAL OUTPUT.
MANDATE	
                                                                FTS  8-684-7871
                                                                SCH  OF  ENGINEERING
                                                                SCH  OF  ENGINEERING
                                                                SCH  OF  ENGINEERING
CURR. RESULTS:
ORDIS CODES. . •

PROJ STATUS. . :

ABSTRACT  ...  :
                 RECN-OO47O7
                 PE  -C73
                 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
                 CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                       SSIE-GMA   587O  1
                                                              EPA  -R806498-01
                                            ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    ORD -RC10B3O-1O8O
                                                                   UPDATED-   06-28-80
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE IF HEAVY METALS ARE MOBILIZED  DURING  ACID  FERMENTATION OF  LANDFILLED WASTE, AND
 IF THEY REDEPOSIT IN THE STABILIZED WASTE.APPROACH:  EXPERIMENTAL  LANDFILLS.  92 CM DIAMETER.  WILL BE
 CHARGED WITH REFUSE AND  INDUSTRIAL SLUDGE TO  PROVIDE  INCREASING LEVELS  OF  HEAVY METALS.  THE
 LANDFILLS WILL BE OPERATED  IN  A  RECYCLE MODE  TO  ACCELERATE  BIOLOGICAL AND  CHEMICAL DEGRADATION
 PROCESSES. WASTE MATERIALS, OFF-GASES, AND  LEACHATES  WILL BE ASSAYED TO OBTAIN MASS BALANCES TO
 VERIFY THE FATE OF HEAVY METALS.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT*1 PROTECTION AGENCY
          ORT:  ORDCONV (VERSION V2.6)     • OFFICE OF RESEARCH /     DEVELOPMENT  •
                                                GRANT PROJECT DES.  PTIONS
       RUN DATE: 07/09/8O                 * 0 R D I S  DATA   EXTRACT*

"PROJECT: OO4816-DEVELOPMENT  OF GLASS ARRAY IMPACTORS FOR SEPARATION OF FIBROUS AEROSOLS
                                                                                              PAGE-
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.

  PROGRAM ID.  .
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
  TASK = GC07  -O00405  *'EPA=R805518-01   ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  06/79 -  06/81  :    FY80
J  WAGMAN                  EPA/ESRL -  RTP
JW GENTRY                  UNIV OF  MARYLAND
06/8O -INTERIM REPORT
06/81 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-CO7 )           CHARAC.  &  MEASUREMENT METHODS DEVEL
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
RECN-004816            SSIE-GMA  5787  1,
LABN-G712B-BA-1O1      PE   -CO7
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                           AIR
                                             EPA -R806518-01
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                919-541-3OO9
                                                                DEPT OF COMP SCI
                                                                   ORD -RG10B30-1080
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-80
                       INFO-UPDATED
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP A MEANS  FOR  SAMPLING FIBROUS AEROSOLS THAT WILL SEPARATE FIBERS FROM NON-FIBROUS
 OR ISOMETRIC PARTICLES  AND THUS  FACILITATE  THE MEASUREMENT OF AIRBORNE FIBER CONCENTRATIONS:  E.G.
 OF ASBESTOS, BV REDUCING  INTERFERENCES BY  BACKGROUND PARTICLES.  APPROACH: BASED ON PREVIOUSLY
 REPORTED OBSERVATIONS BY  APPLICANT  AND HIS  CO-WORKERS THAT FIBERS ARE ALIGNED BV FLOW GRADIENTS  AS
 THEY APPROACH AND PASS  THROUGH PARALLEL CAPILLARY ARRAYS SUCH AS NUCLEOPORE FILTERS AND POROUS
 GLASS DISKS OF SUFFICIENTLY LARGE PORE SIZE.
•PROJECT: 004719-ANALYSIS  OF  URBAN RUNOFF LOADS FROM COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM  ID..
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE ....
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
                                                                FTS 8-340-6677
                                                                ENV ENG & SCI DEPT
                                                                ENV ENG 8 SCI DEPT
  TASK = CC35  -S1T068  »»EPA=R806519      '-  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE    O6/79  -  1O/8O     FY80
DC AMMON                   EPA/MERL  -  CINC
JA MUELLER                 MANHATTAN  COLLEGE
DM DITORO                  MANHATTAN  COLLEGE
12/79  -PHASE  I COMPLETION:   MODEL  EVALUATION
12/79  -CONTINUATION  FUNDING  PACKAGE  PROCESSED
08/80  -COMPLETION
1O/8O  -FINAL  REPORT  PUBLISHED
10/80  -METHODOLOGY MANUAL  -  USERS  MANUAL
(PE-C35  )            WASTEWATER SYSTEMS  CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
METHODOLOGY MANUAL.  USERS  MANUAL
10-01     FEDERAL WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
                       SSIE-GMA  5876  1       EPA -R806519
                       PE   -C35
                       INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED -  UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE MAJOR  OBJECTIVE OF  THE  PROJECT IS TO EVALUATE AND DEMONSTRATE THE ADEQUACY OF THE
 MASS  BALANCE TECHNIQUE  USING  DAILY  INFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT DATA TO OBTAIN ESTIMATES OF COMBINED
 SEWER OVERFLOWS. APPROACH:  THE  APPROACH  TAKEN WILL BE TO QUANTIFY  THE MAGNITUDE OF THE BIAS AND
 VARIABILITY  DUE TO  THE  PARAMETERS  AND  ASSUMPTIONS  USED IN APPLYING THE MASS BALANCE METHOD:
 EVALUATE THE ERROR  ASSOCIATED WITH  RUNOFF  ESTIMATES;  EVALUATE  THE  EFFECTS OF RAINFALL
 CHARACTERISTICS ON  RUNOFF LO&DS;  AND  INCORPORATE  ANY  REVISIONS IN  THE E'ISTING MODEL  DATA
 ACQUISITION  AND REDUCTION PROBLEMS.  SAMPLE APPLICATION.  AND METHODOLOGY MANUAL DEVELOPMENT WILL BE
 ADDRESSED
RECN-OO-^7 19
LABN-C822A-S1T068
ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                   ORD -EC1OB3O-1080
UPDATED-  06-2S-SO

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                                        UNITED  STATES  ENVIRONMENT/1   PROTECTION AGENCY
          ORT- ORDCONV  (VERSION  V2.6)      *  OFFICE  OF RESEARCH t     EVELOPMENT *
                                                GRANT  PROJECT  DESc. .^TIONS
       RUN DATE: O7/09/80                  *  0  R D  I S  DATA  EXTRACT*

*PROJECT: 004869-PRECONCENTRATION METHODS  FOR  TRACE ELEMENT DETERMINATION
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	•
  CURR. RESULTS:
FTS 8-257-3285
ARTS & SCI/CHEM DEPT
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK =KC61  -OOO145  * *EPA=R806520~01   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  07/79  -  09/82      FY80
RV MOORE                   EPA/ERL  -  ATHENS
DE LEYDEN                  UNIV OF  DENVER
O7/8O -ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT
09/82 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-C61 )           DRINK  WATER  TREATMENT &  GROUND  WATER  PROT
1O-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT
PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED  IN SYNTHESIS  OF DIBENZYLDI-
THIOCARBAMATE.  FIVE  OF PRECONCENTRATION TECHNIQUES
EVALUATED WITH SINGLE-ELEMENT  RESPONSE  CURVES.  USING
ENERGY DISPERSIVE X-RAY ANALYSIS.  THE  CONTROLLED-PORE
GLASS PROCEDURE IMPROVED BY MIXING TWO  BATCHES  OF GLASS,
PREPARED BY IMMOBILIZING ETHYLENEDIAMINE AND
DITHIOCARBAMATE GROUPS RESPECTIVELY.
RECN-O04869           SSIE-GMA   5828 1       EPA  -R806520-01
LAEN-K824D-145        PE   -C61
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBL1C
OBJECTIVES: THE OBJECTIVES ARE  TO  EVALUATE THE  MERITS OF  CURRENT  METHODS  OF  TRACE  ELEMENT
 PRECONCENTRATION FROM NATURAL  AND INDUSTRIAL WATER SAMPLES. TO MODIFY  AND  IMPROVE THESE METHODS.
 AND TO DEVELOP AND EVALUATE NEW METHODS. APPROACH:  SOME  SAMPLES  WILL BE  ANALYZED  BY  PLASMA EMISSION
 SPECTROSCOPY WITH AND WITHOUT  PRECONCENTRATION. CONCENTRATES  WILL  BE ANALYZED  BY  ENERGY-DISPERSIVE.
 AND BY WAVELENGTH-DISPERSIVE.  X-RAY SPECTROMETRY.  A METHOD  WILL  BE  RECOMMENDED FOR THE  RAPID,
 SIMULTANEOUS. AND ACCURATE DETERMINATION OF AS  MANY ELEMENTS  AS  POSSIBLE.
   ORD -RK10B30-1080
   UPDATED-  O6-28-80

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'PROJECT: OO5235-MODEL IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM - MONITORING
                                        UNITED  STATES  ENVIRONMENT*'  PROTECTION AGENCY
                                           OFFICE  OF  RESEARCH A'    HVELOPMENT -
                                               GRANT PROJECT  DESL    TIONS
                                           ORDIS   DATA  EXTRACT*
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  PROGRAM ID. . .
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT. . . .
                C   CARELLI
                (PE-C34 )
                ACTIVE  -MULTIYEAR
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                FTS 8-743-230O
                                                                                OLVMPIA
                                                                                   ORD -RL10B30-1080
                                                                                   UPDATED-   06-28-8O
  TASK = LC34  -1-O054  **EPA=R80654Q-O1  " (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  O4/79 - O4/82 :    FY8O
JP LAW                     EPA/ERL - ADA
                           STATE DEPT. OF ECOLOGY               OLr'MPIA                    WA  98504
                    RENEWABLE  RESOURCES -WATER QUALITY
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
RECN-005235            SSIE-GMA  6162 1       EPA -R80654O-O1
LABN-L770A-1-54        PE  -C34
                       INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVES: 1. EVALUATION  OF AN IMHOFF  CONE SAMPLING PROGRAM AS A MEANS OF MEASURING  PROGRESS  IN
 IMPLEMENTATION OF  2O8  WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANS. 2. DETERMINATION OF MONITORING REQUIRED TO
 RELATE STREAM WATER  QUALITY TO IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW QUALITY. 3. DETERMINATION OF EFFECT OF  FARMS
 MANAGEMENT AGREEMENTS  UPON WATER QUALITY.  4.  CORRELATION BETWEEN TOTAL SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION AND
 SETTLEABLE SOLIDS  MEASURED WITH THE IMHOFF CONE. APPROACH: NUMEROUS SITES ACROSS A WELL  DEFINED,
 CLOSED IRRIGATED WATERSHED ARE SAMPLED WITH THE IMHOFF CONE. AT SOME OF THE SITES. TOTAL SEDIMENT
 CONCENTRATION AND  STREAM  FLOW ARE ALSO MEASURED. SOIL TYPES AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ARE NOTED AS
 POTENTIAL  VARIABLES.  MONTHLY  SAMPLES ARE ANALYZED FOR NUTRIENTS AND PESTICIDES. THE  VALIDITY  OF
 USING THE  IMHOFF CONE  WILL BE DETERMINED BY SEPARATION OF VARIABLES AND CORRELATION.
-PROJECT: OO5231-REMOVAL  OF  SELECTED PRIORITY POLLUTANT ORGANIC COMPOUNDS  FROM WATER  BY
                 ACTIVATED  CARBON COLUMN TREATMENT
                    TASK  =L610C-000064 **EPA=R806541-01  ** (GRANT)
                    STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  07/79 - 01/81  :   FY79
                 FM PFEFFER                 EPA/ERL - ADA                         FTS 8-743-2305
                                            UNIV OF TEXAS                         SCHOOL OF  NATURAL  SCIENCE
                                      INDUSTRIAL PROC. - WATER QUALITY
                            FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION.CONTROL ACT
                                        SSIE-GMA  6158        EPA -R806541-01       ORD -RL10B3O-1079
EPA  OFFICER. :
INVESTIGATOR.
PROGRAM ID. . . :
MANDATE	
ORDIS CODES.  :
  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
MD PIWONI
(PE-610  )
1O-01
RECN-005231
PE  -610
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                              ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    UPDATED-  OCT-DEC  79
                                      INFO-ORIGINAL
                                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
                OBJECTIVE:  EXAMINE THE USE OF ACTIVATED CARBON IN REDUCING THE CONTENT OF  BIOLOGICALLY  RESISTANT
                 ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN A COMBINED INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT  SYSTEM. APPROACH:  THE  INVESTIGATION
                 WILL BE CONDUCTED IN TWO STAGES:  1. CHARACTERIZE ORGANIC PRIORITY  POLLUTANTS  BIOREFRACTORY TO A
                 FULL-SCALE COMBINED INDUSTRIAL TREATMENT SYSTEM, AND 2. EVALUATE ADD-ON ACTIVATED  CARBON ADSORPTION
                 FOR  REMOVAL OF THESE PRIORITY POLLUTANTS.

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                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT*'  PROTECTION AGENCY
                          * OFFICE OF RESEARCH A-    ZVELOPMENT *
                               GRANT PROJECT DESC.  ,-TIONS
                          * 0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*
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••PROJECT: OO4821-EXHAUST  EMISSIONS  FROM A  DIESEL ENGINE
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES. . .
  PROGRAM ID. . . .
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                                                                FTS 8-629-3037
                                                                BALTIMORE
                                                                UNIVERSITY PARK
                           MD 21218
                           PA 16SO2
  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK  =G712B-BCO08O *+EPA=R806558-O1   ff (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O4/79 -  O4/82     FY79
JE SIGSBY                  EPA/ESRL -  RTP
TH RISBY                   JOHNS  HOPKINS UNIV
SS LESTZ                   PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV
04/79 -PROJECT  INITIATION
04/30 -ANNUAL REPORT
04/81 -ANNUAL REPORT
O4/82 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-712 )            CHARAC. &  MEASUREMENT METHODS DEVEL -  AIR
1O-O2     CLEAN AIR  ACT
THIS IS NEW STUDY BUT EXTENDS  PREVIOUS WORK WHICH
INDICATES THAT  FUEL  COMPOSITION  IS NOT NECESSARILY
THE CONTROLLING PARAMETER  ON PARTICULATE CHARACTER.
RECN-OO4821           SSIE-GMA  5783         EPA  -R806558-01
PE  -712
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBL1C
OBJECTIVE: DETERMINE BASIC DATA  RELATING THE IMPACT  OF FUEL  AND ENGINE COMBUSTION PARAMETERS TO
 DIESEL PARTICULATE  COMPOSITION,  EMISSIONS RATES,  AND  BIOLOGIC ACTIVITY.  APPROACH: SIMPLE FUELS WILL
 BE UTILIZED IN A SINGLE CYLINDER  ENGINE AND MODEL COMBUSTION SYSTEMS. POST COMBUSTION DILUTION
 EFFECTS WILL BE MEASURED  AS WELL  AS PRIMARY COMBUSTION PHENOMENON.  BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY WILL BE
 MONITORED USING SIMPLE SYSTEMS.  SURFACE CHARACTER OF  THE  PARTICULATE WILL BE DETERMINED. RESULTS  TO
 DATE:  THIS IS A NEW STUDY BUT EXTENDS PREVIOUS  WORK WHICH INDICATES THAT FUEL COMPOSITION IS NOT
 NECESSARILY THE CONTROLLING PARAMETER ON PARTICULATE  CHARACTER.
                                                                                    ORD -RG10B30-1079
                                                                   UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
"•PROJECT:  006649-ANTICHOLINESTERASE INSECTICIDE-INDUCED  PANCREATITIS
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
  TASK =HC86 -95O400  **EPA=RSO6561      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : O5/79  -  05/80  :    FY8O
TM SCOTTI                  EPA/HERL  - RTP
   UNKNOWN                 UNIV  OF MINNESOTA                     MINNEAPOLIS               MN 55455
O8/8O -FINAL REPORT
(PE-C86  )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - PESTICIDES
1O-O6     FEDERAL  INSECTICIDE,  FUNGICIDE  AND  RODENTICIDE  ACT
RECN-OO6649           SSIE-HZ 8O95O4         EPA  -R8O6561
PE  -C86
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL          ENTERED  -  O6-28-80
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
TO STUDY EFFECTS OF ANTICHOLINESTERASE PESTICIDES  ON THE  PANCREAS:  TO DEFINE MECHANISM OF
 PANCREATITUS  IF INDUCED  BY  THE PESTICIDES;  TO  IDENTIFY  FACTORS INVOLVED  IN CONVERSION OF
 INTERSTITIAL  PANCREATITUS TO NECROTIZING PANCREATITUS AND  TO  EXAMINE NATURE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF
 ACINAR  CELL VACUOLES NOTED  IN  PILOT STUDY WITH  DIAZINON. NO REPORT RECEIVED THIS QUARTER.
FTS 8-629-2367
MINNEAPOLIS
   ORD -RH1OB3O-1080
   UPDATED-  O6-28-8O

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•PROJECT:  OO4756-VIRUSES IN WATER  AND  RECLAIMED WASTEWATER
                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA1  PROTECTION AGENCY
                          * OFFICE OF RESEARCH A(    HVELOPMENT *
                               GRANT PROJECT DESC,   TIONS
                          » 0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT^
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...

  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE.
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS. .

  ABSTRACT..
  TASK = DC27  -3DOOO1  *•EPA=R806563     -»  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  04/79 -  04/81  :    FY80
EW AKIN                    EPA/HERL -  CINC                       FTS 3-684-7218
JL RIGGS                   ST  DEPT  OF  HEALTH  SCIENCES           BERKELEY                  CA  9470-1
04/80 -INTERIM REPORT ON  VIRAL OCCURRENCE  IN RECLAIMED WASTEWATER
O4/81 -OCCURRENCE DATA  ON VIRUS'ES  IN  HIGH  QUALITY WASTEWATER EFFLUENTS
(PE-C27 )           HEALTH EFFECTS -  WATER QUALITY
OCCURRENCE DATA ON VIRUSES IN HIGH QUALITY WASTEWATER
EFFLUENTS & IN DRINKING WATER ASSOCIATED WITH
INFECTIOUS DISEASE OUTBREAKS
10-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
10-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT
20-12     DAA FOR WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS
20-13     OAA FOR DRINKING WATER
NO VIRUSES HAVE BEEN  RECOVERED FROM 9  CHLORINATED
TERTIARY-TREATED WASTEWATER SAMPLES.   2 OF 11  CHLORINATED
SECONDARY-TREATED WASTEWATER  SAMPLES  YIELDED VIRUS IN
PRESENCE OF 4 MG/L OF CHLORINE AND TURBIDITIES OF 12 & 38
FTU.  VIRUSES RECOVERED FROM  CONTAMINATED  CREEK WATER
INGESTED BY LITTLE LEAGUE FOOTBALL TEAM THAT EXPERIENCED
30 CASES OF ENTERITIS.
                      SSIE-GMA  5776  1       EPA -R806563
                      PE   -C27
                      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: 1. TO DETERMINE THE OCCURRENCE  AND  CONCENTRATION OF  VIRUSES IN HIGH QUALITY WASTEWATER
 EFFLUENTS WHERE PUBLIC CONTACT MAY OCCUR. 2.  TO DETECT AND IDENTIFY VIRUSES IN WATERS WHICH ARE
 SUSPECTED AS THE SOURCE  OF INFECTION  IN WATERBORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS. APPROACH:  THE MOST SENSITIVE
 VIRUS RECOVERY TECHNIQUES WILL BE USED TO DETERMINE THE TOTAL  VIRAL OCCURRENCE IN HIGH QUALITY
 WASTEWATER THAT IS REUSED. EFFLUENTS  FROM TWO PLANTS WILL BE TESTED:  THE TREATMENT REGIME USED IN
 THESE TWO PLANTS WILL  BE CAREFULLY FOLLOWED.  IN CONJUNCTION WITH OTHER HEALTH DEPT. PERSONNEL.
 WATER SAMPLES, BLOOD AND FECAL SPECIMENS  WILL BE COLLECTED IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE REPORTING OF
 WATERBORNE OUTBREAKS WITHIN  THE STATE. EFFORTS WILL THEN BE MADE TO IDENTIFY ANY VIRAL ETIOLOGICAL
 AGENT IN THESE MATERIALS.
RECN-004756
LABN-D607D-011
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                                                    ORD -RD10B30-5080
UPDATED-  06-28-80

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                               GRANT PROJECT DESv  .PTIONS
                          * 0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT-
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"PROJECT- O04871
  EPA  OFFICER. :
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL  OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	:
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS  CODES.-

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	
-SIGNIFICANCE OF ANAEROBIC BIODEGRADATION OF XENOBIOTICS  IN SEDIMENTS AND
  WATER
   TASK =KC61 -OOO218' **EPA=R8O6569      * *  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE   04/79 - 06/82 :    FY80
 WC STEEN                  EPA/ERL - ATHENS                     FTS-8-250-3188
 JM TIEDJE                 MICHIGAN STATE UNIV                  AGRIC & NAT RES
 O6/79 -LITERATURE SEARCH COMPLETED AND  SELECTION OF SITES AND COMPOUNDS
 03/8O -COMPLETE STUDY ON FIRST GROUP OF COMPOUNDS AND SITES
 04/80 -BEGIN SECOND YEAR - ADDITIONAL COMPOUNDS AND SITES
 04/81 -COMPLETE FTRST FORMULATION OF RATE  EXPRESSIONS FOR ANAEROBIC DEGRA
 04/81 -BEGIN ThV.v  YEAR OF GRANT
 06/82 -FINAL REPORT AND ONE JOINT PUBLICATION ON SIGNIFICANCE OF ANAEROBI
 (PE-C61  )           DRINK WATER TREATMENT & GROUND WATER PROT
 FINAL REPORT AND ONE JOINT DUBLICATION ON SIGNIFICANCE
 OF ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION I fj SEDIMENTS AND WATER.
 1O-O1     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
 SEVERAL  SUB. CHLORINATED BENOIC ACIDS WERE EVALUATED UNDER
 ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS FOR ONE OF THE SUB. BENZOIC ACID AN
 AMINO DICHOLRO  ACID THERE APPEARS TO BE A THRESHOLD CON.
 FOR DEGRADATION FAND ENRICHMENT BY THE DEGRADING POPULATION
 ALSO A MAJOR PRODUCT ACCUMULATION OCCURED DURING DEGRADATION
 TENTATIVELY POINTING TO AN EXAMPLE OF ANAEROBIC COMETABOLISM
 RECN-OO4871           SSIE-GMA  5830 1      EPA -R806569          ORD -RK1OB30-1080
 PE  -C61
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  THIS MICROBIAL DEGRADATION PROJECT  IS PART OF A LARGER RESEARCH EFFORT TO  STUDY  THE  FATE
  OF SUBSTANCES  ENTERING THE ENVIRONMENT. AN EVALUATION WILL BE MADE OF THE SIGNIFICANCE  OF  ANAEROBIC
  DEGRADATION IN SEDIMENTS AND WATER.  THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVES ARE TO DETERMINE THE RATES OF ANAEROBIC
  DEGRADATION OF TOXICS IN NATURAL SYSTEMS,  AND ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS EFFECTING THIS PROCESS.
  RESULTING INFORMATION SHOULD LEAD TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF KINETIC EXPRESSIONS DESCRIBING  ANAEROBIC
  DEGRADATION IN NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS.  APPROACH:  NATURAL WATER AND SEDIMENTS WILL BE SAMPLED AND THE
  ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION OF SELECTED MODEL COMPOUNDS (PESTICIDES AND TOXIC) DETERMINED. ANAEROBIOSIS
  WILL BE EXPERIMENTALLY CONTROLLED BY USE OF A HUNGATE GASSING APPARATUS AND MONITORED BY
  MEASUREMENT OF METHANE PRODUCTION AND DISAPPEARANCE OF PARENT COMPOUNDS.

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'PROJECT-  OO5232-CRITERIA TO  PREDICT  REMOVALS OF SELECTED PRIORITY POLLUTANTS IN COMBINED
                  TREATMENT SYSTEMS
                   TASK =L61OB-OOOOS5  **EPA=R8O6582-O1   ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/  COMPLETION  DATE  :  1O/79 -  12/80 :    FY79
                 TE SHORT                   EPA/ERL - ADA
                 JW PATTERSON.              ILLINOIS INST OF TECH
                 (PE-610  )            INDUSTRIAL PROC. - WATER QUALITY
                 1O-01     FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                 GRANTEE HAS  SUBMITTED DRAFT  WORK PLAN
EPA  OFFICER. :
INVESTIGATOR.
PROGRAM ID...:
MANDATE	
CURR. RESULTS:
ORDIS CODES.  :
                                                                FTS 8-743-2234
                                                                ENG DEPT
  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT
               RECN-OO5232
               LAEN-L610C-OOO065
               PROJECT-ACTIVE
               CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                  6157
                                                              EPA -R806582-01
                                                                                    ORD -RL10B30-1O79
                                                              ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    UPDATED-  OCT-DEC 79
                      SSIE-GMA
                      PE   -610
                      INFO-UPDATED
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP AREAWIDE  PRETREATMENT  AND/OR  RESOURCE  ALTERNATIVES BASED ON EXISTING DATA AND
 LIMITED EXPERIMENTAL EFFORT. APPROACH:  I.  IDENTIFY  AMD OBTAIN EXISTING DATA BASES:  II. ASSESS AND
 EVALUATE DATA BASES; III. LIMITED EXPERIMENTAL  EFFORT  TO LINK DATA BASES;  AND IV  DEVELOP CRITERIA
 FOR EACH SELECTED PRIORITY  POLLUTANT
'PROJECT: O05098-EVALUATION OF  RISKS,  ENERGY  COSTS,  AND ASSOCIATED ECONOMIC FACTORS OF
                 WASTEWATER DISINFECTION ALTERNATIVES
                   TASK  = CC35  -S3TA24  '•EPA=R8O6586-O1   ••  (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  08/79 -  01/81  :    FY80
                 AD VENOSA                  EPA/MERL  - CINC
                 WR CHAPPELL                UNIV OF  COLORADO
                 DW HUBLY                   UNIV OF  COLORADO
                 10/79  -FY  '8O  BUDGET  COMMITMENT
                 01/.81  -FINAL REPORT PUBLISHED
                                     WASTEWATER SYSTEMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.:

MILESTONES...
                                                                FTS-8-684-7668
                                                                DEPT.  OF  PHYSICS
                                                                DEPT  OF  PHYSICS
  PROGRAM ID.  .:
  MANDATE	.:
  ORDIS CODES.  :

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	:
                                                            EPA -R8O6586-01
                                                            ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                  ORD -RC1OE30-3080
                                                                                  UPDATED-  06-28-80
(PE-C35  )
30-99     CIVIL ENGINEERING
RECN-005098            SSIE-GMA   6232  1
PE  -C35
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE  WILL BE  TO  DEVELOP  A  DOCUMENT  USABLE  BY  DECISION MAKERS TO ENABLE
 RATIONAL DECISIONS ON IMPLEMENTATION OF  WASTERWATER DISINFECTION  ALTERNATIVES.  DECISIONS WILL BE
 BASED ON THE RELATIVE RISKS. BENEFITS. AND  COSTS  TO PEOPLE,  PROPERTY.  AND  THE  ENVIRONMENT.
 COMPREHENSIVE DESCRIPTIONS OF  THE  IDENTIFIABLE  CONSEQUENCES  ASSOCIATED WITH
 CHLORINE/DECHLORINATION, OZONE.  AND UV LIGHT  INVOLVING  THREATS TO HUMAN  HEALTH.  AND TERRESTRIAL AND
 AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS WILL BE PRESENTED. APPROACH: PRODUCE GRAPHICAL.  MATHEMATICAL.  AND/OR MATRIX
 MODELS PREDICTING VARIABILITY  OF THE ALTERNATIVES IN  ACHIEVING VARIOUS DISINFECTION LEVELS AND
 RISKS ARISING FROM TRANSPORTATION  AND USE OF  DISINFECTANTS AS  WELL  AS  NOT  ACHIEVING DISNIFECTION
 LEVELS.  EVALUATIONS WILL INVOLVE COST AND ENERGY  COMPARISONS,  RELIABILITY,  AND  SENSITIVITY OF WASTE
 TREATMENT COSTS TO RISK AND  ENERGY PLANNING AND DESIGN  CRITERIA.

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                               GRANT PROJECT DES^   TIONS
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 •PROJECT- OO4793-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM  ID ...
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..

  PROJ STATUS..

  ABSTRACT	
 ANALYSIS  OF  THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HAZE. OZONE, SULFATE, AND
 TRANSPORT-HOST
   TASK  =GCO5 -O00221  -'EPA=R806593-O1   * * (GRANT)
   STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  05/79 -  05/80     FYSO
 WE  WILSON                 EPA/ESRL - RTP                       FTS 8-629-2582
 PJ  LIOY                    NEW YORK UNIV                        INST OF ENV MED
 O5/8O  -ORD  REPORT ON  EFFECTS OF PRECURSOR EMISSIONS.  AND SUBSEQUENT TRAN
 (PE-C05  )           TRANS.  AND FATE -  AIR
 REPORT ON EFFECTS OF  PRECURSOR EMISSIONS. AND
 SUBSEQUENT  TRANSPORT  AND TRANSFORMATION ON
 EPISODES  IN  NEW YORK  AREA.
 10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
 AN  INTERIM  INFORMAL REPORT  WAS PREPARED SHOWING THE
 ASSOCIATION  BETWEEN SULFATE LEVELS AT  DISCRETE
 SAMPLING  POINTS AND REGIONAL PATTERNS  OF CONCURRENT
 AND PRIOR ELEVATED ZONE  VALUES.
 RECN-OO4793            SSIE-GMA  5813 1       EPA -R8O6593-O1       ORD -RG1QB30-1O80
 LABN-G603A-AA-121     PE  -COS
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  OG-28-80
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE: TO  FURTHER DEVELOP  UNDERSTANDING OF THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN POLLUTANT SOURCES.
 LONG-RANGE  TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION AND THE RESULTANT EFFECTS ON AIR QUALITY, WITH EMPHASIS ON
 EPISODIC CONDITIONS  OF  HIGH OZONE AND  SULFATE VALUES OVER THE GREATER NEW YORK REGION. APPROACH:
 EXISTENT DATA WILL BE COLLECTED AND ANALYZED TO BETTER DESCRIBE EFFECTS OF SOX. NOX,  AND HC
 EMISSIONS AND CONCURRENT TRANSPORT ON  HAZE, SULFATE, AND OZONE LEVELS DURING EPISODIC CONDITIONS
 OVER THE NEW  YORK AREA.  WHERE AN EXTENSIVE SET OF MONITORING DATA IS AVAILABLE.
•-PROJECT:  OO518S-MODEL SELECTION  AND  VALIDATION
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL  OUTPUT.
 MANDATE	

 ORDIS  CODES.

 PROJ  STATUS.

 ABSTRACT ....
  TASK = GC05  -OOO279  *-EPA=R8O6593-O1   '*  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  09/79 -  09/81  :    FYSO
LE NIEMEYER                EPA/ESRL  -  RTP                       919-541-4541
KC SPENGLER                AMERICAN  METEOROLOGICAL  SOC          BOSTON                    MA 02108
09/80 -PROJECT REPORT
09/81 -FINAL  REPORT
09/81 -RECOMMENDATIONS  FOR AIR QUALITY MODEL SELECTION AND VALIDATION CRITERIA
(PE-C05 )           TRANS. AND FATE -  AIR
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR AIR QUALITY  MODEL  SELECTION
AND VALIDATION CRITERIA.
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
2O-23     DAA FOR AIR QUALITY  PLANNING AND  STANDARDS
                      SSIE-GMA  6121  1      EPA -R806593-Q1        ORD -RG1OB3O-5O8O
                      PE   -COS
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   O6-28-8O
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE  OF  THE  PROJECT IS  TO  PROVIDE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE  IN SELECTING AND
 VALIDATING AIR QUALITY MODELS FOR  REGULATORY  APPLICATIONS.  APPROACH: THE EPA GUIDELINE ON AIR
 QUALITY MODELS WILL  BE REVIEWED AND  CHANGES RECOMMENDED,  AIR QUALITY MODELS SUGGESTED FOR USE BY
 EPA WILL BE  REVIEWED AND RECOMMENDATIONS  MADE ON  MINIMUM  ACCEPTABLE CRITERIA FOR MODEL SELECTION
 AND VALIDATION.  AND  THE  DATA  BASE  REQUIREMENTS FOR MODEL  USE WILL BE EVALUATED AND THE MINIMUM
 REQUIREMENTS RECOMMENDED.
RECN-O05188
LABN-G603A-AB-O57
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH

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•PROJECT-  004887-FLUX OF ORGANIC TOXINS AND  MAJOR NUTRIENTS IN LARGE LAKE SYSTEMS
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID.  .
  FINAL OUTPUT
  MANDATE...
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT ..
  TASK =NC3O  -OOOO48  *»EPA=R8O6597-01   ** (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  04/79 -  O3/82     FY80
VJ BIERMAN                 EPA/ERL  - DULUTH
VE SMITH                   CRANBROOK INST  OF SCIENCE
O3/82 -FINAL  REPORT
(PE-C30  )           GREAT  LAKES  PROGRAM
FINAL REPORT
10-01     FEDERAL  WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT
                       SSIE-GMA  5855 1      EPA -R806597-01
                                                                313-675-50OO
                                                                BLOOMFIELD HILLS
                                                                   ORD -RN10B3O-1080
MI 48013
                                             ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-80
RECN-O04837
PE  -C30
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR      INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS -PUBL1C
OBJECTIVE: TO STUDY THE  MOVEMENT  AND  FATE  OF  TOXIC ORGANIC SUBSTANCES.  PRINCIPALLY CHLOROCARBONS,  IN
 SAGINAW BAY. LAKE HURON.  AND  LAKE  ERIE.  APPROACH:  COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES OF WATER.
 SUSPENDED PARTICLES,  PHYTOPLANKTON,  ZOOPLANKTON AND FISH.

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                               GRANT PROJECT DESC
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                              PROTECTION AGENCY
                                :VELOPMENT  *
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                             X  T R A C T "
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'PROJECT:  005228-EFFECT OF  AGRICULTURAL LAND USE PRACTICES ON STREAM WATER QUALITY -
                 FIELD-TO-STREAM PROCESSES
                   TASK =KC34 -OOO470 **EPA=R806603-01  ** (GRANT)
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O1/79 - 1O/83 :    FY80
                                                                                     I .
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
 MILESTONES...
 PROGRAM  ID...
 FINAL OUTPUT.
 MANDATE	
 CURR. RESULTS:
CN SMITH
HP JOHNSON
JL BAKER
CE ANDERSON
      EPA/ERL - ATHENS
      IOWA STATE UNIV
      IOWA STATE UNIV
      IOWA STATE UNIV
                 O1/8O  -COMPILE  AND PUBLISH HISTORICAL DATA FROM FORMER GRANT NO.
                 01/81  -ANNUAL  REPORT
                 01/81  -ANNUAL  REPORT--PRELIMINARY USER MANUAL
                 10/83  -FINAL REPORT--PROJECT DETAILS/RESULTS
FTS 8-250-3565
DEPT.  OF AGRI.  ENGIN.
DEPT.  OF AGRI.  ENGIN.
DEPT.  OF AGRI.  ENGIN.
   R8O41O2
(PE-C34  )
PROJECT  DETAILS  AND
RENEWABLE RESOURCES -WATER QUALITY
RESULTS
 ORDIS CODES..:

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	:
10-01     FEDERAL  WATER  POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
2O-11     DAA  FOR  WATER  PLANNING AND  STANDARDS
20-R07    EPA  REGION  VII
MEETINGS HELD  WITH VARIOUS  GROUPS  INVOLVING FEDERAL
AND STATE AGENCIES, AND  LOCAL  FARMERS TO DEVELOP
OVERALL PROJECT WORK  PLAN.A RUNOFF  EVENT OCURRED  IN JAN.  80
FROM A FROZEN  SOIL CONDITION THAT  RESULTED I'M HIGH LOSSES OF
PHOSPHORUS RUNOFF  CONCENTRATION OF  ABOUT 2PPM.  SNOW MELT
HAS ALREADY OCCURED AND  SAMPLES WERE  COLLECTED  FROM ALL
SAMPLES WERE COLLECTED FROM ALL SAMPLING STATIONS.
RECN-005228           SSIE-GMA  6171  1
PE  -C34
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT,  WHICH WAS SELECTED AS  FIELD EVALUATION PROJECT
 (FEP). IS TO  MEASURE AND RELATE THE  EFFECT OF  BEST MANAGEMENT  PRACTICES (BMPS )  SUCH AS CONSERVATION
 TILLAGE, TERRACES. CONTOURING, AND GRASS  FILTERS  TO EROSION, SEDIMENTATION,  AND MOVEMENT OF
 NUTRIENTS AND PESTICIDES FROM THE  FIELD TO THE STREAM. THE FINAL  PRODUCT  FROM THIS STUDY WILL BE A
 COMPREHENSIVE DATA BASE TO RELATE  AGRICULTURAL NONPOINT  SOURCE  LOADS AS A  FUNCTION OF  BMP AND THEIR
 RESULTING IMPACT  ON  RECEIVING WATER  QUALITY. APPROACH: DATA  WILL  BE COLLECTED OVER A FIVE YEAR
 PERIOD FROM A 2O  SQUARE MILE BASIN ALREADY PARTIALLY  INSTRUMENTED.  THIS PROJECT WILL BUILD FROM THF
 EXCELLENT DATA BASE  DEVELOPED DURING A THREE YEAR  PROJECT  (GRANT  NO.  R-8O41O2).  BMPS WILL BE
 APPLIED TO SELECTED  PORTIONS OF THE  WATERSHED. RAINFALL  AND  RUNOFF  WILL BE MEASURED AT SEVERAL
 LOCATIONS. SAMPLES OF SURFACE RUNOFF FROM INDIVIDUAL  FIELDS  (5  HA)  AND  SMALL WATERSHEDS UP TO THE
 2O SQUARE MILE WATERSHED WILL BE  ANALYZED FOR  SEDIMENT.  NUTRIENT  AND PESTICIDES.
                                                             EPA -R8O66O3-01
                        ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                                                                                   ORD -RK10B30-5080
                                              UPDATED-  06-28-80

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"PROJECT: OO5183-
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID. . . :
  FINAL OUTPUT.

  MANDATE	:
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	
REGIONAL SCALE  HAZINESS  -  ORIGIN.  SPATIAL-TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTIONS.
PROPERTIES AND  EFFECTS ON  ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION
  TASK =GCO5  -000218  **EPA=R806606-O1  »* (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  O5/79 - 09/82 :    FY8O
WE WILSON                  EPA/ESRL -  RTP                       FTS 8-629-2582
RB HUSAR                   WASHINGTON  UNIV                      ST LOUIS                  MO 63130
O6/79 -SITES  BECOME OPERATIVE
09/79 -REPORT ON DATA BASE WITH 10 YEARS OF ISOPLETHS
O5/8O -PROGRESS REPORT ON  SULFATES
09/80 -PROGRESS REPORT ON  VISIBILITY  TRENDS
09/82 -REPORT ON VISIBILITY  TRENDS AND SULFURIC ACID MEASUREMENTS
(PE-C05 )           TRANS. AND FATE - AIR
REPORT ON VISIBILITY  TRENDS  AND SULFURIC ACID
MEASUREMENTS.
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
RECN-OO5183           SSIE-GMA  6117  1      EPA -R8O6606-O1        ORD -RG1OB3O-1O8O
PE  -COS
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   O6-28-8O
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVES: 1)  TO  EXAMINE  THE  RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN PARTICULATE SULFUR CONCENTRATIONS, ACIDITY, FINE
 PARTICULATE  MASS  CONCENTRATION,  LIGHT SCATTERING,  AIR MASS  HISTORY,  TIME OF DAY AND SEASON. 2) TO
 STUDY THE ORIGIN, SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL TRENDS  OF REGIONAL SCALE HAZINESS.  APPROACH: 1) ACIDITY OF
 FINE PARTICLE  SULFUR COMPOUNDS WILL  BE MONITORED IN ST  LOUIS,  MO.  AND UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. USING A
 FLAME PHOTOMETRIC PARTICULATE SULFUR MONITOR COMBINED WITH  DIFFERENTIAL THERMAL ANALYSIS.  2)
 METEOROLOGICAL DATA  OF  THE  NATIONAL  WEATHER SERVICE WILL BE USED TO  STUDY  REGIONAL HAZINESS.

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'PROJECT: OO5383-
 EPA  OFFICER.
 INVESTIGATOR.
 MILESTONES...
 PROGRAM  ID...
 FINAL OUTPUT.
 MANDATE	
 ORDIS CODES..
                                         FTS 8-629-2582
                                         ST LOUIS
                                                                   MO 6313O
 PROJ STATUS.

 ABSTRACT....
REGIONAL SCALE HAZINESS  - ORIGIN,  SPATIAL-TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTIONS.
PROPERTIES AND EFFECTS ON ATMOSPHERIC  RADIATION
  TASK =GCO5  -OOO201  **EPA=R8O66O6-01S1 *'  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 05/79  -  09/82  :    FY80
WE WILSON                 EPA/ESRL - RTP
RB HUSAR                  WASHINGTON UNIV
06/79 -SITES  BECOME OPERATIVE
O9/79 -REPORT ON DATA BASE WITH  10 YEARS OF  ISOPLETHS
05/80 -PROGRESS REPORT ON SULFATES
09/80 -PROGRESS REPORT ON VISIBILITY TRENDS
09/82 -REPORT ON VISIBIL1T   TRENDS AND SULFURIC  ACID MEASUREMENTS
(PE-C05 )           TRANS. iND FATE  -  AIR
REPORT ON VISIBILITY TRENDS  AND  SULFURIC ACID MEASUREMENTS
10-O2     CLEAN AIR ACT
RECN-O05383           SSIE-GMA   6333 1       EPA  -R806606-01S1
PE  -C05
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: 1) TO EXAMINE THE RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN PARTICULATE  SULFUR CONCENTRATIONS,  ACIDITY   FINE
 PARTICULATE  MASS CONCENTRATION,  LIGHT SCATTERING. AIR MASS HISTORY, TIME OF DAY  AND  SEASON.  2)  TO
 STUDY THE ORIGIN. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL TRENDS OF REGIONAL SCALE HAZINESS. APPROACH:  1) ACIDITY  OF
 FINE PARTICLE SULFUR COMPOUNDS  WILL BE MONITORED IN ST. LOUIS. MO. AND UNIVERSITY PARK  PA   USING  A
 FLAME PHOTOMETRIC PARTICULATE SULFUR  MONITOR COMBINED WITH DIFFERENTIAL THERMAL  ANALYSIS. 2)
 METEOROLOGICAL DATA  OF  THE  NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL BE USED TO STUDY REGIONAL HAZINESS.
                                                                                   ORD -RG10B30-10SO
                                                                                   UPDATED-  06-28-8O

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'PROJECT: 005135
  EPA  OFFICER.:
  INVESTIGATOR.:

  MILESTONES...:
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL OUTPUT.:

  MANDATE	:
  CURR. RESULTS:
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT...
-EFFECTS OF LEAD AND ORGANO-TIN COMPOUNDS ON  ENERGY METABOLISM  AND  ION
 TRANSPORT
   TASK =DC6O -OO4OO2 **EPA=R8O6616-01   **  (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  : 12/79 - 06/81  :   FY80
 PT MCCAULEY               EPA/HERL - CINC                       FTS  8-684-7444
 GD VAN ROSSUM             TEMPLE UNIV                           SCH  OF  MED/PHARM  DEPT
 J  O'NEILL                TEMPLE UNIV                           SCH  OF  MED/PHARM  DEPT
 12/79 -QUARTERLY REPORT
 07/80 -QUARTERLY REPORT
 12/80 -QUARTERLY REPORT
 06/81 -DETERMINE MITOCHONDRIAL SENSITIVITY IN SPECIFIC TISSUES  TO  LEAD AND  DI-TRIBUTYL
 (PE-C60 )           HEALTH EFFECTS  - DRINKING WATER
 DETERMINE MITOCHONDRIAL SENSITIVITY IN  SPECIFIC
 TISSUES TO LEAD AND DI-TRIBUTYL TINS.
 1O-15     SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT
 TRIBUTYL TIN IN MILLIMETER CONCENTRATION INHIBITED
 RESPIRATION OF KIDNEY CORTEX SLICES BY  25"/. AND
 SLIGHTLY DECREASED K+ ACCUMULATION.  AT 10-6
 TO 10-4 TRIBUTYL TIN THERE WAS A 25% REDUCTION IN
 CL- EXTRUSION.
 RECN-005135           SSIE-GMA  6249 1       EPA -R806616-01       ORD  -RD10B30-1080
 LABN-D823B-OO7C       PE  -C6O
 ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  06-28-50
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE THE FOLLOWING ASPECTS OF LEAD (PB) TOXICITY  IN KIDNEYS:  1) THE  POINT  AT
  WHICH OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION IS INHIBITED IN MITOCHONDRIA;  2) THE  EFFECTS ON  ION  TRANSPORT
  ESPECIALLY CALCIUM ION TRANSPORT IN KIDNEY  CORTEX INNER MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANE:  3) THE
  ULTRASTRUCTURAL CONSEQUENCES: TO DETERMINE  THE SAME PARAMETERS USING  DI- AND TRIBUTYLTIN  CHLORIDE
  IN LIVER. TO DEVELOP A PROGRAMMED PLATING PROCEDURE FOR ANODIC STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRY TO ASSAY PB.
  APPROACH: IN VIVO AND IN VITRO EXPOSURE TO  THE TOXINS WILL ACCOMPANY  ISOLATED MITOCHONDRIA AND
  TISSUE SLICE ANALYSIS OF ION TRANSPORT (RADIOLABELED TRACER TECHNOLOGY) AND OXIDATIVE
  PHOSPHORYLATION ANALYSIS (BY COMPARISON TO  AND USE OF SPECIFIC INHIBITING  AGENTS).

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                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL  PROTECTION AGENCY
                          *  OFFICE OF RESEARCH Af    'EVELOPMENT *
                               GRANT PROJECT DESL    TIONS
                          *  0 R D  I  S  DATA  EX TRACT*
'PROJECT'  OO5117-A STUDY OF INSITUFORM AND OTHER  SEWER  REHABILITATION  TECHNIQUES
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES.
  PROGRAM  ID...
  FINAL  OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	
 ORDIS  CODES.

 PROJ STATUS.

 ABSTRACT
                   TASK =CC35 -S1T07O  •*EPA=R805625
                   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  tO/79  -
                                        • '  (GRANT )
                                       10/82      FY80
R  TURKELTAUB
FT DRIVER
MR OLSON
MG MCGAUHEY
(PE-C35 )
REPORT 2,
10-01
2O- 12
RECN-OO5117
LABN-C822A-S1T70
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
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                           EPA/MERL  -  CINC                       201-321-6738
                           DRIVER  SIMMONS & ASSOC CONS          ROCKFORD                   IL  61111
                           DRIVER  SIMMONS & ASSOC CONS          ROCKFORD                   IL  61111
                           CITY  WATER  POLLUTION CO              HAGERSTOWN                 MD  21740
02/80 -COMPLETE SURVEY  OF  INSITUFORM  INSTALLATIONS
04/80 -SUBMIT PREL. DRAFT  OF  REPORT  1  SURVEY  OF INSITUFORM INSTALLATIONS
08/80 -SUBMIT FINAL OF  REPORT 1
O4/81 -COMPLETE SEWER REHABILITATION
08/81 -SUBMIT PREL. DRAFT  OF  REPORT 2  VOL.  1  EVALUATIONS OF THE REHAB.  TECH.
12/81 -SUBMIT FINAL OF  REPORT 2
O6/82 -SUBMIT PREL. DRAFT  OF  REPORT 2  VOL.  II-FOLLOW-UP EVALUATIONS
1O/82 -REPORT 2 VOL. II
                    WASTEWATER  SYSTEMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
          VOL II.
          FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONT.ROL  ACT
          DAA FOR WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS
                      SSIE-GMA  6228  1      EPA -R8O6625          ORD -RC10B30-5O8O
                      PE   -C35
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  O6-28-8O
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO TRY TO ESTABLISH  THE FEASIBILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF RELINING SEWERS IN NEED  OF
 REHABILITATION WITH INSITUFORM.  TO COMPARE  INSITUFORM WITH OTHER REHABILITATION TECHNIQUES
 ESTABLISHING COST, INSTALLATION  PROCEDURES  AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF EACH.  APPROACH:  IT  IS
 PLANNED TO STUDY SEWER SECTIONS  SCHEDULED FOR REHABILITATION BEFORE. DURING AND AFTER THE REPAIR.
 THE STUDY WILL INCLUDE PHYSICAL  CHARACTERISTICS OF  THE SEWER SECTIONS.  £MD AREA ADJACENT WHICH IS
 AFFECTED BY THE SEWER  AND ITS  REHABILITATION.  THE DATA GATHERED DURING THE STUDY WILL BE USED TO
 COMPILE A REPORT WHICH SHOULD  HELP MUNICIPALITIES.  CONSULTANTS AND PUBLIC AGENCIES IN THE REVIEW
 AND SELECTION  OF REHABILITATION  METHODS.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAI  PROTECTION AGENCY
          DRT • ORDCONV  (VERSION V2.6)      - OFFICE OF RESEARCH Al    HVELOPMENT *
                                                GRANT PROJECT DESC   TIONS
       RUN DATE: Q7/O9/8O                  * 0 R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*

"PROJECT: OO1676-FIELD  STUDY  OF BIOGENIC  SULFUR GASES AND PARTICULATES IN INLAND WATERS
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES.  .
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE.  ..
  CURR. RESULTS:


  ORDIS CODES. .

  PROJ STATUS..:

  ABSTRACT	
FTS 8-629-2127
FARMINGTON
DEPT Of AG & CHEM ENG
CT 06032
  TASK =G6O3A-AA-145  *'EPA=R8O6628-O1   -*  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  06/76  -  04/8O :    FY79
LL SPILLER                 EPA/ESRL  -  RTP
DR HITCHCOCK               HITCHCOCK  ASSOCIATES
D  NATUSCH                 COLORADO  STATE UNIV
06/79 -EQUIPMENT  AND  SUPPLY  ACQUISITION
O8/79 -ROCHESTER, NY  SAMPLING
01/80 -SAMPLE ANALVSIS
04/80 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-603 )           TRANS. AND FATE  -AIR
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
30-99     AEROSOL RESEARCH
DATA IMPLY THAT REGARDLESS OF  AIR MASS TRAJECTORY,
EXCESS SULFATE WAS BIOGENIC;   MARINE  BIOGENIC SULFATE
CAN BE VERY ACID  IMMEDIATELY AFTER  FORMATION.
RECN-OO1676           SSIE-GMA  5179  1       EPA  -R8O6628-01
LABN-G6O3A-AA-119     PE   -6O3
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED  -  UNKNOWN
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBL 1C
OBJECTIVE: ATMOSPHERIC  AEROSOLS  WILL  BE INVESTIGATED,  SPECIFICALLY  THE  PROPERTIES THAT MAY
 FACILITATE THE OXIDATION  OF BIOGENIC  SULFUR GASES TO  ACID  SULFATE  PARTICLES.  APPROACH:  PREVIOUS
 STUDIES HAVE SHOWN THAT BACTEROGENIC  SULFIDES ARE VERY  RAPIDLY  OXIDIZED  TO  SULFURIC ACID AEROSOLS
 IN COASTAL LOCATIONS.  BIOGENIC  SULFIDE CONCENTRATION  UP TO  2Q-30 MICROGRAM/M3 HAS BEEN OBSERVED.
 THE PROPOSED WORK WILL CENTER ON AN  INLAND LOCATION.
   ORD -RG10B3O-5079
   UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79

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       RUN DATE:  O7/09/8O
                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT'1
                          *  OFFICE  OF RESEARCH /
                               GRANT PROJECT DES.
                          *  0 R D I  S  DATA  E
      PROTECTION AGENCY
       >EVELOPMENT +
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     X T R A C T
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*PROJECT:  0048O3-ATMOSPHERIC MEASUREMENTS OF FORMALDEHYDE AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID...
  FINAL  OUTPUT.

  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
 ORDIS  CODES.

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT	
  TASK =G603A-AD-023  **EPA=R806629-01   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  O5/79 -  08/82     FY79
BW GAY                     EPA/ESRL  -  RTP
G  KOK                     HARVEY  MUDD  COLLEGE
06/80 -INTERIM  REPORT ON  FORMALDEHYDE  MEASUREMENTS
08/81 -INTERIM  REPORT ON  AMBIENT  AIR  MEASUREMENTS
08/82 -ORD FINAL  REPORT ON FORMALDEHYDE HYDROGEN PEROXIDE  AND OTHER
(PE-6O3  )           TRANS. AND FATE -AIR
REPORT ON FORMALDEHYDE  HYDROGEN PEROXIDE AND OTHER
POLLUTANT MEASUREMENTS.
10-02     CLEAN AIR ACT
CHEMILUMINESCENCE METHOD  DEVELOPED  WHICH MEASURES
AMBIENT CONCENTRATIONS  OF  HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE. SYSTEM
BEING DEVELOPED WHICH MEASURES FORMALDEHYDE BUT
SENSITIVITY NEEDS TO BE INCREASED TO MEASURE LOW AMBIENT
AIR CONCENTRATION.
                   FTS 8-629-2S30
                   DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY
RECN-OO4803
PE  -603
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                       SSIE-GMA  5812
                                                             EPA -R806629-01
ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      ORD -RG10B30-1O79
                      UPDATED-  JUL-SEP 79
                      INFO-ORIGINAL
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO MEASURE FORMALDEHYDE, HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE,  AND  OTHER  POLLUTANTS  IN THE  AMBIENT
 ATMOSPHERE. TO IMPROVE THE DETECTION  SENSITIVITY  OF  A  CHEMILUMINESCENT  TECHNIQUE  FOR FORMALDEHYDE,
 AND CARRY OUT A COMPARISON STUDY OF FORMALDEHYDE  MEASUREMENTS  USING  LPIR  AND  WET  CHEMICAL METHODS.
 TO MEASURE FORMALDEHYDE AND HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE  IN  H/DROGEN  AND  GASOHOL FUELED  VEHICLES.  APPROACH:
 AMBIENT AIR MEASUREMENTS OF HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE  AND FORMALDEHYDE WILL  BE  MADE WITH  THE RECENTLY
 DEVELOPED CHEMILUMINESCENT METHODS. COMPARISONS OF FORMALDEHYDE  MEASUREMENTS  WILL  BE MADE WITH
 CHEMILUMINESCENT, WET CHEMICAL, AND LPIR METHODS.  RESULTS  TO DATE: A CHEMILUMINESCENCE  METHOD HAS
 BEEN DEVELOPED WHICH MEASURES  AMBIENT CONCENTRATIONS OF  HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. A  SYSTEM  IS  BEING
 DEVELOPED THAT MEASURES FORMALDEHYDE  BUT ITS SENSITIVITY NEEDS TO BE INCREASED  TO  MEASURE LOW
 AMBIENT AIR CONCENTRATIONS.

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       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O
                                      UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT/1'
                                         • OFFICE OF RESEARCH C
                                              GRANT PROJECT DES>.
                                         * 0 R D I S  DATA  E
                                                   PROTECTION AGENCY
                                                    EVELOPMENT »
                                                   .-•TIONS
                                                  X T R A C T *
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*PROJECT: 0049O4- FEEDING.  REPRODUCTION &. HABITAT SELECTION OF LOBSTER  (HOMARUS
                 AMERICANUS)  - EFFECTS OF DRILLING MUD IN LABORATORY & FIELD
                    TASK  =Q6O8C-OO0106 **EPA=R8O6630      * * (GRANT)
                    STARTING/  COMPLETION DATE :  06/79 - 05/81  :   FY79
                 NL RICHARDS                EPA/ERL -GULF BREEZE
                 J   ATEMA                   BOSTON UNIV
                 O5/81  -REPORT
                 (PE-608 )            ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND EFFECTS
                            FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                            CLEAN AIR ACT
                            MARINE PROTECTION, RESEARCH AND SANCTUARIES ACT
                            EPA REGION I
                                        SSIE-GMA  5842        EPA -R806630
EPA  OFFICER.
INVESTIGATOR.
MILESTONES. .
PROGRAM ID...
MANDATE	
                                                                FTS 8-686-9011
                                                                LIBERAL ARTS/BIOL DEPT
ORDIS CODES. . :

PROd STATUS. . :

ABSTRACT  ....
10-O1
10-02
10-1 1
20-R01
RECN-004904
PE   -608
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                              ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
ORD -R010B30-5079
                                                                                    UPDATED-   JUL-SEP  79
                                        INFO-ORIGINAL
                                        ACCESS-PUBLIC
                  OBJECTIVES:  DETERMINE THE BIOLOGICALLY SIGNIFICANT EFFECTS OF CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS  ON  BEHAVIOR OF
                   MARINE  ANIMALS:  EFFECTS OF DRILLING MUD ON FEEDING. MOLTING, MATING. PREDATOR  ESCAPE.  SHELTER
                   BEHAVIOR,  AND SUBSTRATE, SELECTION OF LOBSTERS. APPROACH: THE RESEARCH WILL  BE  ACHIEVED BY  TWO KINDS
                   OF  RESEARCH:  (1) CONTROLLED LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS AND  (2) SEMINATURAL ENVIRONMENT AND FIELD
                   OBSERVATIONS. TOXICITY TESTS FOR SUB-LETHAL EFFECTS WILL BE COMPLETED.
 'PROJECT:  005112-
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES. . .
  PROGRAM  ID.
  MANDATE .  ...
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ  STATUS..

  ABSTRACT
                REMOVAL OF ORGANIC PRIORITY POLLUTANTS BY VOLATILIZATION DURING
                WASTEWATER TREATMENT
                  TASK =CC36 -S5AE11 **EPA = R806631-01  * * (GRANT)
                  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE :  O9/79 - 05/81  :   FY8O
                P   WARNER                 EPA/MERL - CINC
                PV ROBERTS                STANFORD UNIV
                05/81  -REPORT OF FINDINGS
                (PE-C36 )           URBAN SYS & TOXICS RESIDUAL MANAGE - WATER QUALITY
                1O-O1      FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                RECN-005112           SSIE-GMA  6218 1      EPA -R806631-01
                PE  -C36
                ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR     INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS -PUBL1C
                OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO EVALUATE THE REMOVAL OF ORGANIC PRIORITY POLLUTANTS
                 FROM  WASTEWATER BY THE MECHANISM OF STRIPPING DURING AERATION. APPROACH: THE AVAILABLE INFORMATION
                 WILL  BE ASSEMBLED AND EVALUATED. VAPOR-LIOUID EQUILIBRIA WILL BE MEASURED AND RATES OF
                 VOLATILIZATION OF SELECTED PRIORITY POLLUTANTS WILL BE MEASURED RELATIVE TO DISSOLVED OXYGEN
                 DISSOLUTION AND EVOLUTION OF  A RADIOACTIVE GAS TRACER. BUBBLE COLUMN EXPERIMENT AND LARGE-SCALE
                 AERATION TESTS WILL BE USED TO DEVELOP AND VERIFY A MODEL FOR THE REMOVAL OF VOLATILE PRIORITY
                 POLLUTANTS BY STRIPPING DURING AERATION.
                                                                FTS-8-684-7666
                                                                CIV  ENG  DEPT
                                                                   ORD  -RC10B30-1080
                                                                   UPDATED-   06-28-80

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                          *  OFFICE  OF  RESEARCH  A     EVELOPMENT +
                               GRANT  PROJECT  DESL   ,-TIONS
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*PROJECT-  006660-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR..
  MILESTONES. . . :
  PROGRAM ID...:
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES. . :

  PROJ STATUS..'

  ABSTRACT	
CHEMICAL CARCINOGEN  INDUCED NEOPLASTIC  TRANSFORMATION  OF  HUMAN
EPITHELIAL CELLS
  TASK =HC1T -989300  **EPA=R806638      **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE  :  10/79  - O9/S2  :    FY.8O
S  NESNOW                  EPA/HERL - RTP                        FTS  8-629-2693
   UNKNOWN                 OHIO  STATE UNIV                       COLUMBUS                   OH 43212
09/80 -LUNG EPITHELIAL RESPONSE TO B(A)P
11/80 -LYMPHOCYTE PMA CO-INCUEATION
03/80 -FIBROBLAST SYNCHRONIZED  AS HUMAN FORESKIN
03/81 -IDENTIFICATION OF  METABOLITES IN MEMBRANE NUCLEUS
O4/81 -IDENTIFICATION OF  LUNG FIBROBLAST PROTEIN COMPLEX
12/82 -TWO STAGES OF DNA  SYNTHESIS IN LUNG EPITH CELLS
O5/83 -FINAL REPORT
(PE-C1T )           HEALTH EFFECTS   - TOXICS
10-03     TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
RECN-OO666O           SSIE-HZ 8O9893        EPA  -R8O6638          ORD  -RH1OB3O-1O8O
PE  -C1T
PROJECT-ACTIVE        INF7 - ORIGINAL         ENTERED -  O6-28-8O    UPDATED-   O6-28-SO
CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
EPITHELIAL CELLS REPRESENT THE  TARGET TISSUES  OF MOST  HUMAN  CANCER.  THE  GOALS  OF  THIS  PROJECT  ARE TO
 DEVELOP A BIOASSAY  FOR DETECTING CARCINOGENS  USING HUMAN EPITHELIAL LUNG CELLS.  THIS  ONCOGENIC
 TRANSFORMATION SYSTEM MAY HAVE ALSO THE POTENTIAL FOR USE IN ASSESSING  THE  RISK  OF  HUMANS  TO
 CARCINOGEN EXPOSURE. GRANT RECENTLY BEGUN - NO  SIGNIFICANT  RESULTS.

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•PROJECT: OC51 16 - EVALUATION OF  URBAN RUNOFF MUTAGENICITY
                       UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTA'  PROTECTION AGENCY
                          '  OFFICE OF RESEARCH A    ;VELOPMENT *
                               GRANT PROJECT DESL   TIONS
                          'ORDIS  DATA  EXTRACT*-
                                                                                              PAGE-
                                                                                                      193
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES..
  PROGRAM ID..
  MANDATE...
  ORDIS CODES.

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT ....
  TASK = CC35  -S1T59A  •-EPA=R806640     * + (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE    07/79  -  O7/80     FY80
KB TURKELTAUB              EPA/MERL -  CINC                      FTS 8-34O-6675
CE MURPHY                  OBRIEN & GERE  ENGINEERS INC.          SYRACUSE                  NY  13221
JM KARANIK                 ONONDAGA COUNTY GOVERNMENT           SYRACUSE                  NY  13212
03/79 -COMPLETE PREPARATION  OF DETAIL  WORK PLAN 5 SAMPLE SITE SELECTION
10/79 -ESTABLISH ANALYTICAL  &  MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODOLOGY FOR THE TEST SYSTEM
12/79 -COMPLETE ACQUISITION  OF REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLES
01/80 -COMPLETE AMES  MUTAGENICITY TESTING
02/80 -COMPLETE DATA  ANALYSIS
04/80 -COMPLETE DRAFT FINAL  REPORT
07/80 -COMPLETE FINAL MANUSCRIPT
                    WASTEWATER SYSTEMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
          FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
                      SSIE-GMA  6212  1      EPA -R806640          ORD -RC10B30-1080
                      PE  -C35
                      INFO-UPDATED          ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-   06-28-80
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: A) THE DETERMINATION OF THE MUTAGENIC POTENTIAL OF URBAN RUNOFF  AND COMBINED SEWER
 OVERFLOW (CSO) IN  TEST CATCHMENT AREAS  IN ONONDAGA COUNTY OF NEW YORK AND  ITS APPLICABILITY TO
 URBAN AREAS  IN GENERAL,  B)  THE CORRELATION OF MUTAGENICITY RESULTS WITH BASELINE ANALYTICAL DATA
 FOR EACH CATCHMENT AREA,  RELATING MUTAGENIC POTENTIAL  TO UNIQUE  CATCHMENT  AREA CHARACTERISTICS, AND
 C) THE EVALUATION  OF FOUR TREATMENT  METHODOLOGIES FOR  THEIR APPLICABILITY  TO THE REDUCTION OF THE
 TOXIC POTENTIAL  IMPOSED BY  UNTREATED  URBAN RUNOFF AND  CSO. APPROACH: RUNOFF AND CSO SAMPLES WILL BE
 COLLECTED FROM A CROSS SECTION OF URBAN AREAS IN ONONDAGA COUNTY AND FROM  THREE OTHER URBAN AREAS
 FOR A COMPARISON OF  DATA. THE AMES  MUTAGENICITY TEST WILL THEN BE PERFORMED ON THE SAMPLES AND THE
 RESULTS WILL BE  ANALYZED AND  EVALUATED.
(PE-C35 )
10-01
RECN-005116
LABN-C822A-S1T59A
ACTIVE -MULTIYEAR
CATEGORY-RESEARCH

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       RUN DATE:  O7/09/8O
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        GRANT PROJECT DESC  ,'TIONS
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'PROJECT:  OO5344
  EPA   OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.
  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM  ID..
  FINAL  OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	
                                         503-757-4611
                                         DEPT OF SYSTEMICS & ECOL
                      - WATER QUALITY
 CURR. RESULTS:
 ORDIS CODES. . :

 PROJ STATUS. . :

 ABSTRACT	
-EXPERIMENTAL POND STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS OF AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDES ON
 AQUATIC FOOD
   TASK =M820 -O00020 **EPA=R806641      * * (GRANT)
   STARTING/ COMPLETION DATE •  05/79 - 05/80 :    FY79
 JN GAKSTETTER             EPA/ERL - CORVALLIS
 F   DENOYELLES             UNIV OF KANSAS
 05/80 -CONCLUSIONS ON THE EFFECT OF ATRAZINE
 (PE-820 )            FRESHWATER ECO EFFECTS
 CONCLUSIONS ON EFFECT OF ATRAZINE
 20-1O     AA FOR WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
 2O-11     DAA FOR WATER PLANNING AND STANDARDS
 20-R07    EPA REGION VII
 EXPERIMENTS HAVE BEEN STARTED.
 RECN-005344 '          SSIE-GMA  6351        EPA -R806641          ORD -RM10B30-2079
 PE  -82O
 PROJECT-ACTIVE        INFO-ORIGINAL         ENTERED - UNKNOWN     UPDATED-  JAN-MAR 80
 CATEGORY-RESEARCH     ACCESS-PUBLIC
 OBJECTIVE:  EVALUATE THE RESPONSE OF POND ECOSYSTEM TO DOSES OF ATRAZINE STIMULATING LEVELS WHICH ARE
 KNOWN TO  OCCUR IN KANSAS SURFACE WATERS.  CONCURRENTLY EVALUATE BIOASSAYS AS A MEANS FOR PREDICTING
 FIELD RESPONSES. EXAMINE FOOD CHAIN ACCUMULATION OF ATRAZINE. APPROACH:  TWO PONDS (O.1 ACRE EACH)
 WILL RECEIVE A SINGLE DOSE OF ATRAZINE OF 1OOO GLL. TWO OTHER PONDS WILL RECEIVE PERIODIC DOSES TO
 MAINTAIN  CONCENTRATIONS AT THE 3O GLL LEVEL,  TWO OTHER PONDS WILL SERVE  AS CONTROLS.  TREATMENTS
 WILL BE INITIATED IN THE SPRING AND MONITORING OF POND RESPONSE WILL CONTINUE FOR SEVERAL MONTHS.
 CONCURRENTLY SEVERAL TYPES OF LABORATORY BIOASSAYS WILL BE CONDUCTED USING ATRAZINE.  PROPACHLOR AND
  ALACHLOR.

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                                        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT'1 PROTECTION  AGENCY
          ORT:  OROCONV (VERSION V2.6>     * OFFICE OF RESEARCH /    DEVELOPMENT *
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       RUN DATE: O7/O9/8O                 * O R D I S  DATA  EXTRACT*

^PROJECT: OO4786-RAPID TESTING IN VIVO OF CHEMICALS FOR CARCINOGENICITY
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM ID.
  MANDATE	
  ORDIS CODES.
                                                                513-684-7298
                                                                SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
                                                                SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
  TASK =0834  -OOOO19  **EPA = R8O6644-01   - * (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE  :  OO/79 -  UNK   :    FY79
MA PEREIRA                 EPA/HERL - CINC
B  LOMBARDI                UNIV OF PITTSBURGH
H  SHINOZUKA               UNIV OF PITTSBURGH
O7/80 -DETERMINATION  OF POTENCY OF KNOWN  CARCINOGENS
07/81 -DETERMINATION  OF THE  CARCINOGENIC  POTENCY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES
O7/82 -VALIDATION  OF  GGT POSITIVE FOCI AS PRENEOPLASTIC LESIONS
(PE-834  )           HEALTH  EFFECTS -ENERGY
          CHEMICAL  CARCINOGENESIS
                       SSIE-GMA  5777        EPA -R806644-01       ORD -RD1OB30-3079
  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT..  .
30-99
RECN-OO4786
PE  -834
PROJECT-ACTIVE
CATEGORY-RESEARCH
                                                              ENTERED  - UNKNOWN
                                                                                    UPDATED-   JUL-SEP 79
                       INFO-ORIGINAL
                       ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: UNDER  THIS  GRANT  THE  SHORT-TERM INITIATION/PROMOTION ASSAY IN RAT LIVER FOR CHEMICAL
 CARCINOGENS WILL  BE FURTHER DEVELOPED AND APPLIED TO ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES. AS PART OF THE
 VALIDATION OF THIS ASSAY, THE  INITIATING POTENCY OF VARIOUS KNOWN ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICALS WILL  BE
 DETERMINED. THE  CARCINOGENIC POTENCY  OF CONCENTRATED DRINKING WATER AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL  SAMPLES
 SUPPLIED BY THE  EPA WILL  BE TESTED IN ATTEMPTS TO DEFINE THE CARCINOGENIC RISK TO MAN OF WATER
 SUPPLY POLLUTANTS. APPROACH: THE  CARCINOGENIC PROGRESSION IN RAT LIVER RESULTING FROM ADMINISTERING
 AN ENVIRONMENTAL  CARCINOGEN IS  PROMOTED BY DIETARY CHOLINE DEFICIENCY IN ORDER TO ACCELERATE  THE
 APPEARANCE OF PRENEOPLASTIC LESIONS.  THE APPEARANCE OF NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION IS DETERMINED  BY
 THE INDUCTION OF  GAMMA  GLUTAMYL TRANSFERASE CONTAINING HEPATOCYTES.
'PROJECT: 005604-
  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.:
  PROGRAM  ID.  .:
  MANDATE ....   :
  ORDIS CODES..:

  PROJ STATUS.

  ABSTRACT
PREDICTION OF PREFERENTIAL  SELECTIVITY  FOR ACTIVATED CARBON ADSORPTION
OF TRACE ORGANIC  (HOMOLOG)  CONTAMINANTS
  TASK =C821B-S5AE 12  **EPA = R8O6648-O1   **  (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  O9/79  - O5/82     FY79
JJ WESTRICK               EPA/MERL  - CINC                       513-684-7652
G  BELFORT                RENSSELAER POLY  INST                  SCH OF ENG/CHEM 8, ENV ENG
(PE-821  )           URBAN SYS  &  TOXICS  RESID  MANAG.  - WATER QUALITY
10-01     FEDERAL  WATER POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT
RECN-OO56O4            SSIE-GMA  6705         EPA  -R8O6648-01       ORD -RC1OB3O-1O79
PE  -821
PROJECT-ACTIVE         INFO-OR IGINAL          ENTERED  - 06-28-8O    UPDATED-   06-28-8O
CATEGORY-RESEARCH      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: THE OBJECTIVE  IS TO INVESTIGATE BOTH  THE  FUNDAMENTAL SOLVOPHOBIC THERMODYNAMIC THEORY AND
 A PRIORI PREDICTIVE  METHODS (BASED  ON  ORGANIC STRUCTURE)  FOR  DEVELOPING A  COMPREHENSIVE THEORETICAL
 BASIS TO PREDICT  THE  PREFERENTIAL  ADSORPTION OF ORGANIC  HOMOLOGS ON ACTIVATED CARBON FROM DILUTE
 AQUEOUS SOLUTION.  APPROACH:  EXPERIMENTAL  ADSORPTION DATA  WILL BE EXTRACTED FROM THE LITERATURE AND
 DIRECTLY MEASURED  DURING THE  STUDY  IN  ORDER  TO  OBTAIN A  COMPREHENSIVE DATA-BASE.  THE THEORIES
 DEVELOPED DURING  THIS  PROJECT WILL  BE  USED TO RANK  SINGLE SOLUTE HOMOLOGS,  AND POSSIBLY DESCRIBE
 COMPETITIVE ADSORPTION AMONG  HOMOLOGS  (AND BETWEEN  DIFFERENT  HOMOLOG SERIES). DIFFERENT ACTIVATED
 CARBONS WILL ALSO  BE  EVALUATED  VIS-A-VIS  THEIR  SELECTIVITY FOR HOMOLOGS.

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                                        UNITED  STATES  ENVIRONMENTA1  PROTECTION AGENCY
          •ORT: ORDCONV (VERSION V2.6)      *  OFFICE  OF  RESEARCH *     EVELOPMENT *
                                                GRANT  PROJECT  DESv   .'TIONS
       RUN DATE: 07/09/80                  *  0  R D  I S   DATA  EXTRACT*

*PROJECT:  O04817-AIR POLLUTION MONITORING  BY LONG  PATH LASERS
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  EPA  OFFICER.
  INVESTIGATOR.

  MILESTONES...
  PROGRAM  ID. .
  FINAL  OUTPUT.
  MANDATE	
  CURR.  RESULTS:
                                                                FTS 8-629-3158
                                                                HIGH ALTITUDE ENGINEERING
                                                                HIGH ALTITUDE ENGINEERING
 ORDIS CODES..

 PROJ STATUS..

 ABSTRACT  ....
  TASK  = GCO7  -OOO427  * *EPA = R8O6650-O1   * - (GRANT)
  STARTING/ COMPLETION  DATE :  05/79 -  03/82 :    FY80
WA MCCLENNY                EPA/ESRL - RTF
LW CHANEY                  UNIV OF MICHIGAN
FL BARTMAN                 UNIV OF MICHIGAN
10/79 -RESULTS  FROM NORTHEAST  OXIDANT  STUDY AVAILABLE
05/80 -RESULTS  FROM STUDY  OF  CO VARIABILITY AVAILABLE
O3/82 -EPA TECHNICAL  PUBLICATIONS,  SUPPORT OF  FIELD STUDIES
(PE-C07 )           CHARAC. &  MEASUREMENT METHODS DEVEL -  AIR
EPA TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS, SUPPORT OF FIELD STUDIES
10-02     CLEAN  AIR ACT
REDESIGN OF OPTICS FOR 03  MONITORING SYSTEM IN PROGRESS
FOR FINAL TESTING.
                      SSIE-GMA  5795 1      EPA -R806650-01
                      PE   -C07
                      INFO-UPDATED           ENTERED - UNKNOWN
                      ACCESS-PUBLIC
OBJECTIVE: TO USE ESRL'S EXISTING LONG PATH MONITORING SYSTEMS IN FIELD TEST TO MEASURE SPATIAL
 (HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL)  AVERAGES OF CO AND  03 IN THE AMBIENT AIR.  THE UNIQUE MONITORING
 CAPABILITIES OF LONG PATH MONITORS WILL BE USED TO VALIDATE  AIR QUALITY MODELS AND TO DETERMINE
 SPATIAL VARIABILITY  OF CO AND 03.  APPROACH:  TO DESIGN AN  OPTICAL TRANSFER SYSTEM TO DEFLECT DIODE
 AND C02 LASER  BEAMS  FROM  A MOBILE  VAN TO A REMOTE RETRO -REFLECTOR S