Approaches to Reduce Nutrient Loadings for Harmful Algal Blooms Management

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is funding $6,487,188 to seven institutions to research how to prevent and control HABs using current and new technologies. Researchers will determine the effectiveness of existing nutrient treatment technologies, evaluate the scale-up of emerging nutrient treatment technologies and develop new technologies, and develop best management practices to help both rural and urban communities control nutrients in their watersheds.

Request for Applications closing date: December 10, 2019

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Identifier Abstract Principal Investigator Institution PROJECT PERIOD Project Start Date Project End Date State
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1 840083
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Evaluating agricultural management practices benefiting the Monterey Bay: reducing nutrient loads and Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) events Clark, Ross
Bowers, Holly  
San Jose State University September 01, 2020 -
August 31, 2023  
September 01, 2020   August 31, 2023   CA  
2 840090
Grant
Temporal and Spatial Optimization of Existing and Emerging Nutrient Management Technologies and Practices for Control of Harmful Algal Blooms Zhang, Qiong
Arias, Mauricio
Rains, Mark
Mihelcic, James R.
Ergas, Sarina
Charkhgard, Hadi  
University of South Florida September 01, 2020 -
August 31, 2023  
September 01, 2020   August 31, 2023   FL  
3 R840084
Grant
Novel Mineral-Hydrogel Composites for Effective Nutrient Removal to Manage Harmful Algal Blooms Jun, Young-Shin
Tang, Yinjie  
Washington University in St. Louis September 01, 2020 -
August 31, 2023  
September 01, 2020   August 31, 2023   MO  
4 R840085
Grant
Technology for Recovery and Reuse of Plant Nutrients as a Prevention Strategy for Hazardous Algal Blooms Apblett, Allen W.
Materer, Nicholas F.  
Oklahoma State University - Main Campus September 01, 2020 -
August 31, 2023  
September 01, 2020   August 31, 2023   OK  
5 R840086
Grant
When a Detour Becomes a Shortcut: Going Full-scale with Partial Denitrification/Anammox as an Alternative Strategy for Mainstream Deammonification and Incorporating Biological Phosphorus Removal Fevig, Stephanie
Chandran, Kartik
Wells, George
Riffat, Rumana
Klaus, Stephanie
De Clippeleir, Haydee  
Water Research Foundation (VA), Columbia University, District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water), George Washington University, Hampton Roads Sanitation Department, Northwestern University September 01, 2020 -
August 31, 2023  
September 01, 2020   August 31, 2023   VA  
6 R840087
Grant
Phosphorus Removal to Oligotrophic Levels: Innovating Three High-Flow Water Technologies using Reactive Filtration, Biochar Adsorption, and Nanobubble-Enhanced Biomimetic Separations Möller, Gregory
Baker, Martin
Strawn, Daniel  
University of Idaho September 01, 2020 -
August 31, 2023  
September 01, 2020   August 31, 2023   ID  
7 R840088
Grant
Development of a Novel Bioreactor and Biochar-Sorption-Channel (B2) Treatment System to Capture and Recover Nutrients from Tile Drainage Zheng, Wei
Cooke, Richard
Sharma, Brajendra
Oladeji, Olawale
Guzman, Jorge  
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago September 01, 2020 -
August 31, 2023  
September 01, 2020   August 31, 2023   IL  



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