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Environmental Sociologist for Social-Ecological Model for Resilience and Adaptive Management in Communities
Decision Scientist for Social-Ecological Model for Resilience and Adaptive Management in Communities
Environmental accounting for urban systems and watersheds: Development of socioeconomic and environmental management strategies to promote system sustainability and wellbeing.
AMAD and HEASD-05-04-2015-10
Assessing the Impacts of Climate Change on Air Pollution Exposures
Multimedia modeling of nutrients
Cloud modeling in a coupled meteorology-chemical transport model
Decontamination Methods for Critical Infrastructure and Sensitive Equipment following a CBR Incident
Microbial ecology and genomics in nutrient-enriched freshwater systems
Use of High Dimensional Biology (-omics) to identify determinants of susceptibility/vulnerability to environmental agents
Use of Cohort studies linking air pollution and health
Translating and communicating the results of environmental public health research
Cheminformatics for Transforming Biological Response and Chemical Exposure Data into Integrated Decision Support Tools
ESD and HEASD–05–04–2015-09
Changing the Paradigm of Monitoring through Remote Sensing -Study of column amounts (O3, NO2, HCHO and aerosols) derived from ground-based and space-borne instruments and associated uncertainties for improved scientific use of satellite data for relevant air quality applications.
Bioinformatics/Computational Approaches to Assessment of Chemical Risk, Aquatic Life Condition, and Ecosystem Sustainability
Linking Ecosystem Services to Human Health in Support of Sustainable Community Decision-Making
Development of indicators and tools to characterize linkages across environmental decisions, ecosystem goods and services, and human health and well-being.
Relating ecosystem response and recovery to nutrient loading and eutrophication in watersheds and estuarine receiving waters
Evaluating the impact of Chemical and Non-Chemical Stressors on Human Health and Well-Being
Exploring the Human Exposome and Host Response to Environmental Stressors- linking the ‘omic biomarker data to adverse outcome pathways.
Understanding Gas Phase and Aerosol Chemistry of Secondary Organic Pollutants in the Atmosphere
Predictive Models of Congenital Heart Defects: Endocardial-Cushion Morphogenesis.
Genomic Approaches to Modeling Cancer Pathways
Computational Support of Decision-Making in the Context of Sustainability
Watershed Modeler for Integration
Incorporating computational approaches and higher throughput assays into chemical assessment for thyroid-axis endpoints.
Virtual Tissue Models for Developmental Toxicity
High-Throughput Toxicity Testing Data Analysis
Leveraging chemistry information through novel and emerging informatics approaches
Application of quantitative methods to the assessment of exposure to chemicals
Bioinformatic Analytics for High Content Data Sets in Health & Environmental Effects Research
Quantitative Models of Cognitive Dysfunction
Linking upstream key reproductive and developmental events to downstream phenotypic alterations to define points of departure.
Sampling and Analysis for Homeland Security Priority Chemicals and Toxins
Homeland Security Priority Biological Sampling Strategy Evaluation
Linking Ecosystem Change to Rates of Water-Based Illness in Coastal Communities
Systems Modeling of Coastal Watershed and Estuarine Ecosystems
Water Infrastructure Protection and Resilience to All Disasters
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