Kansas EPA EPSCoR: Enhancement of Research on Fate and Impact Environmental Pollutants (SIP)EPA Grant Number: R829418E01
Title: Kansas EPA EPSCoR: Enhancement of Research on Fate and Impact Environmental Pollutants (SIP)
Investigators: Rice, Charles W.
Institution: Kansas State University
EPA Project Officer: Hunt, Sherri
Project Period: September 24, 2001 through September 23, 2004 (Extended to February 23, 2005)
Project Amount: $373,487
RFA: EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) (2001) RFA Text | Recipients Lists
Research Category: EPSCoR (The Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research)
The overall goal of this research project is to enhance environmental research by giving young scientists an opportunity to become part of a state-wide team. The Kansas U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPA EPSCoR) will increase Kansas' competitiveness. The specific objectives of this research project are to: (1) establish interdisciplinary and interinstitutional research groups; (2) mentor junior faculty; (3) increase funding opportunities; (4) enhance communication and exchange of ideas between the participating universities; and (5) change research emphasis from small grants to large projects.
Supplemental Keywords:water, drinking water, watersheds, soil, sediments, bioavailability, agriculture, terrestrial, aquatic., Scientific Discipline, Health, Waste, Water, TREATMENT/CONTROL, POLLUTANTS/TOXICS, Contaminated Sediments, Environmental Chemistry, Remediation, Treatment Technologies, Chemicals, Chemistry, Technology, Risk Assessments, Environmental Engineering, environmental technology, riparian buffer zones, dose-response, biodegradation, contaminated sediment, remediation technologies, bioavailability, chemical contaminants, biological assay, catalysts, bioremediation of soils, human exposure, engineering, biotechnology, assessment methods, water quality, heavy metals, human health risk, bioremediation, metals
Progress and Final Reports:2003 Progress Report