Greater Research Opportunities: Persistent, Bioaccumulative Chemicals

Request for Applications closing date: March 23, 2004

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1 GR832211
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An Integration of Copepod-Based BAFs, Lifecycle Toxicity Testing, and Endocrine Disruption Methodologies for Rapid Population-Level Risk Assessment of Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxicants Chandler, G. Thomas
Ferguson, P. Lee  
University of South Carolina at Columbia May 2005 -
November 2007  
SC  
2 GR832212
Grant
Sequestration of Subsurface Elemental Mercury (Hg0) Barnett, Mark
Hamilton, William P.
Harper, Willie F.
Savage, Kaye S.  
Auburn University Main Campus, Vanderbilt University March 2005 -
March 2008
(Extended to March 2009)  
AL  
3 GR832214
Grant
Pathways of Mercury Evasion from Contaminated Wetlands: A Globally Important Source of Atmospheric Mercury? Peters, Stephen
Morris, Donald P.
Windham, Lisamarie  
Lehigh University January 2005 -
January 2008  
PA  
4 R832213
Grant
Defining and Predicting PCB Fluxes and Their Ecological Effects in Stream and River Systems for Risk Characterizations Burton, Jr., G. Allen
Ren, Jianhong-Jennifer  
Wright State University - Main Campus, Texas A & M University - Kingsville March 2005 -
February 2008
(Extended to February 2009)  
OH  
5 R832215
Grant
Concentrations and Enantiomeric Fractions of Chlordane in Sediments from Long Island Sound Zhang, Pengfei
Jans, Urs
Melcer, Michael E  
City College of the City University of New York, City University of New York, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy February 2005 -
January 2008  
NY  



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