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1 Enhancing Communication to Reduce Health Risks of Wildland Fire Smoke Exposure Due to Prescribed Burns
2 Integrated Communication and Intervention Strategies to Reduce Exposure to Prescribed Wildland Fire Emissions in Schools, Schoolchildren and Communities
3 Filtration for Respiratory Exposure to wildfire Smoke from Swamp Cooler Air (FRESSCA)
4 Informing school decision-making during wildfire events: evaluation of indoor PM2.5 exposures and associated health impacts in children
5 Developmental, behavioral & environmental determinants of infant dust ingestion
6 Household Atmospheric Dynamics under Elevated Smoke (HADES): Holistic Evaluation of Interventions for Reducing Indoor Levels of Wildland Fire Emissions
7 Assessing the Transport of Wildfire-Generated Particulate Matter Into Homes and Developing Practical Interventions to Reduce Human Exposure (WildPM)
8 Participatory Design of Effective Risk Communication about Wildfire Smoke for Hard-to-Reach Populations.
9 Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Stakeholder-Driven Wildfire Smoke Monitoring and Messaging in Rural Nevada
10 Evaluating the effectiveness of interventions on reducing wildfire smoke exposure and health risks in low-income hard-to-reach communities in California
11 School Resilience to Wildland Smoke and Outdoor sources of Fine & Ultrafine Particles 
12 Connecting Early Life Chemical Stressors and Caregiving Environment to Neurodevelopmental Outcomes for Children Attending Licensed Child Care Centers
13 INnovations to generate estimates of children’s soil/dust inTake (INGEST)
14 Soil/dust ingestion for children: a modeling and data collection approach based on regional and sociodemographic differences
15 Microbial Community Models for Measuring Survival and Persistence of SynBio Microbes in Soil
16 Development of a Data-Driven Model for Assessing Benefits and Risks of the pgSIT Approach for Ae. aegypti Eradication in Hawaii
17 Developing Microbial Biocontainment Strategies and Their Assessment Methods
18 A comprehensive methodology to track genetically recoded organisms and assess their impacts on freshwater microbial communities
19 EcoGenoRisk : Identifying Potential Ecological Risks Posed by a Novel Genome
20 Community-Oriented Strategies to Estimate Children’s Soil and Dust Ingestion Rates and Exposure to Soil Heavy Metal and Metalloid in West Atlanta
21 UNC Center for Early Life Exposures And Neurotoxicity (UNC CLEAN)
22 Innovative methodology based on a non-targeted screening approach combined with activity patterns for estimation of soil and dust ingestion rate in children.
23 An integrative approach for estimating children’s soil and dust ingestion rates
24 Optimizing use of novel chemicals to assess children’s dust ingestion rates
25 Predicting Drinking Water Contamination from Extreme Weather to Reduce Early Life Contaminant Exposures
26 Development of a Novel Bioreactor and Biochar-Sorption-Channel (B2) Treatment System to Capture and Recover Nutrients from Tile Drainage
27 Temporal and Spatial Optimization of Existing and Emerging Nutrient Management Technologies and Practices for Control of Harmful Algal Blooms
28 Evaluating agricultural management practices benefiting the Monterey Bay: reducing nutrient loads and Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) events
29 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
30 Technology for Recovery and Reuse of Plant Nutrients as a Prevention Strategy for Hazardous Algal Blooms
31 Novel Mineral-Hydrogel Composites for Effective Nutrient Removal to Manage Harmful Algal Blooms
32 Phosphorus Removal to Oligotrophic Levels: Innovating Three High-Flow Water Technologies using Reactive Filtration, Biochar Adsorption, and Nanobubble-Enhanced Biomimetic Separations
33 Automated model reduction for atmospheric chemical mechanisms
34 Development, validation and integration of a new model-ready parameterization of N2O5 heterogeneous chemistry.
35 Scalable chemical mechanisms of emerging sources for community air quality predictions
36 Measuring Toxicokinetics for Organ-on-Chip Devices
37 A diagnostic package to facilitate and enhance chemical mechanism implementations within regional and global atmospheric chemistry models
38 Evaluating chemical mechanisms with recent field data to account for the contributions of volatile chemical product emissions to urban ozone pollution
39 Developing mechanisms for secondary organic aerosol from oxygenated volatile organic compounds in biomass burning and volatile chemical product emissions
40 Integrated blood brain barrier – computational model development to predict doses ofconcern for compound linked neurotoxicity
41 An in vitro-in silico hybrid approach for high-throughput estimation of trans-barrier permeability for chemical pollutants
42 Toxicokinetic screening of zebrafish cytochrome P450 enzymes for in vitro-in vivo extrapolation
43 Improving chemical mechanisms for regional/global models in support of US air quality management: application to the GEOS-Chem model
44 Leveraging comprehensive organic oxidation experiments for the development of improved atmospheric chemical mechanisms
45 Engaging the Galena Park Community to Build Resilience to Excess Industrial Pollutant Releases after Hurricanes and Floods in Greater Houston
46 Building Resilience to PFAS Exposure on Vulnerable Coastal Communities Prone to Extreme Weather Floods: Brevard County FL as a Case Study
47 Building Community Resilience to Natural-disaster-Driven Contaminant Exposures Through System-level Risk Analysis, Management, and Readiness
48 Building Resilience in Vulnerable Older Adult Communities Facing Increased Exposure Risks to Wastewater Contamination from Flooding in Puerto Rico
49 Toxic Tides: Risks and Resilience to Coastal Flooding of Contaminated Sites
50 Integrating tissue chips, rapid untargeted analytical methods and molecular modeling for toxicokinetic screening of chemicals, their metabolites and mixtures
51 Machine-learned atmospheric chemical mechanisms
52 Characterization and Quantification of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in landfill gas and estimate of emissions from U.S. Landfills
53 Electron Beam Technology for Destruction of Short-Chain and Perfluoroalkyl Substances in Groundwater, Wastewater, Sewage Sludges, and Soils
54 Analysis of NYS Landfills as Sources of PFAS Groundwater Contamination
55 Skeletal Teratogenicity of Industrial and Environmental Chemicals Predicted with Human Pluripotent Stem Cells in Vitro
56 A Neurovascular Unit on Chip for Reducing Animals in Organophosphate Neurotoxicology
57 The BOHP/UV Process for Destruction of PFAS in Leachate and Groundwater: Tandem mechanistic advancement and pilot demonstration
58 Reducing the reliance on early-life stage testing with relevance to euryhaline fishes: Development and implementation of in-vitro assays predictive of early life stage toxicity and population-level effects in Menidia beryllina
59 Fundamentals of Adsorption, Desorption, and Biodegradation of PFAS and Precursor Compounds in the Soil and Landfill Leachate System and An Innovative Treatment Strategy for Their Removal in Landfill Leachate and Groundwater
60 Decreasing polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in municipal wastewater effluent and minimizing release from land-applied biosolids
61 Occurrence, fate, transport, and treatment of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in landfill leachate
62 A systems-based approach to understand the role of waste type, management strategies and treatment methods on the occurrence, source, and fate of PFAS in landfills
63 Instrumenting phenotypic immunological responses to toxicants that threaten human reproduction
64 Building Water Infrastructure to Improve Childhood Outcomes: Interventions to Decrease Childhood Lead Exposure from Private Wells
65 A systems approach for understanding, predicting, and managing harmful algal blooms in Midwestern lakes
66 Development of a multi-scale management tool for predicting and mitigating HABs in Ohio River watersheds
67 Using an Exposome Approach to Assess the Effects of PM2.5 on CVD Outcomes
68 Southeast Wisconsin Interdisciplinary Study of Childrens Health, Ecological Exposures and Social Environment
69 The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis and Air Pollution (MESA Air):Next Stage
70 Exploring the links between harmful algal blooms and human well-being: how and why communities take action
71 Human health, ecosystem services, and their economic value as part of sustainability assessment for the Sacramento region
72 Integrating Human Wellbeing and Ecosystem Services into Near Term Action Planning in the Puget Sound
73 Community-level Management of Human Health Risks from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) with Defensive Natural Capital Investments
74 An Integrated Valuation Model Linking Nutrient Reductions to Changing Ecosystem Services in Freshwater Systems
75 A Sustainable Center for Crowd-Sourced Water Infrastructure Modeling
76 Valuation of Water Quality Change in Environment and Economy Context: Ecosystem Services across Gradients of Degradation and Local Economic Interest
77 Putting Next Generation Sensors and Scientists in Practice to Reduce Wood Smoke in a Highly Impacted, Multicultural Rural Setting (NextGenSS)
78 Estimating the Benefits of Stream Water Quality Improvements in Urbanizing Watersheds: An Ecological Production Function Approach
79 Health Effects of Air Pollution and Mitigation Scenarios
80 Center for Air, Climate, and Energy Solutions (CACES)
81 Mechanistic Air Quality Impact Models for Assessment of Multiple Pollutants at High Spatial Resolution
82 Shared Air/Shared Action (SA2): Community Empowerment through Low-costAir Pollution Monitoring
83 Democratization of Measurement and Modeling Tools for Community Actionon Air Quality, and Improved Spatial Resolution of Air Pollutant Concentrations
84 The Hawaii Island Volcanic Smog Sensor Network (HI-Vog): Tracking airquality and community engagement near a major emissions hotspot
85 Engage, Educate, and Empower California Communities on the Use and Applications of Low-cost Air Monitoring Sensors
86 Air Pollutant Control Strategies in a Changing World
87 Next Generation LUR Models: Development of Nationwide Modeling Tools for Exposure Assessment and Epidemiology
88 Air Quality Observatory
89 Monitoring the Air in Our Community: Engaging Citizens in Research
90 Particulate Matter Prediction and Source Attribution for U.S. Air Quality Management in a Changing World
91 Assessing the Contribution of Small Streams to Use and Non-use WaterQuality Values Using Modeling, Stakeholder Participation, and Decision Theory
92 Valuing Water Quality Improvements in Midwestern Ecosystems: SpatialVariability, Validity and Extent of the Market for Total Value
93 Estimation of Spatially Explicit Water Quality Benefits throughout River Systems: Development of Next Generation Stated Preference Methods Using National Probability Samples and Online Labor Pools
94 Optimal Energy Portfolios to Sustain Economic Advantage, Achieve GHG Targets, and Minimize PM2.5.
95 The Effect of Ammonia on Organic Aerosols in a Changing Climate
96 Effects of Ammonia on Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation in a Changing Climate
97 Effects of Changes in Climate and Land Use on U.S. Dust and Wildfire Particulate Matter
98 Quantifying Risks from Changing U.S. PM2.5 Distributions Due to Climate Variability and Warming with Large Multi-Model Ensembles and High-Resolution Downscaling
99 Evaluating the Timeline of Particulate Matter Exposure from UrbanTransportation and Land-Use Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Strategies Using aNovel Modeling Framework
100 Interplay Between Black and Brown Carbon from Biomass Burning and Climate
101 Ensemble Analysis of Global Change Projections for US Air Quality Using a Novel Combination of Lagrangian and Gridded Air Quality Models
102 Planning for an Unknown Future: Incorporating Meteorological Uncertainty into Predictions of the Impact of Fires and Dust on US Particulate Matter
103 Wildfires in the Rocky Mountains Region: Current and Future Impacts on PM2.5, Health, and Policy
104 Integrated Analysis of Land Use-Based Policies for Improving Air and Water Quality: A Focus on Agricultural Reactive Nitrogen and Wildland Fire Emissions as Climate, Land Use and Anthropogenic Emissions Change
105 Rethinking the Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosols (SOA) Under Changing Climate by Incorporating Mechanistic and Field Constraints
106 Regional Air Pollution Mixtures: The past and future impacts of emissions controls and climate change on air quality and health
107 Project 2: Air Pollutant Mixtures in Eastern Massachusetts: Spatial Multi-resolution Analysis of Trends, Effects of Modifiable Factors, Climate and Particle-induced Mortality
108 A Causal Inference Framework to Support Policy Decisions by Evaluating the Effectiveness of Past Air Pollution Control Strategies for the Entire United States
109 Project 5: Projecting and Quantifying Future Changes in Socioeconomic Drivers of Air Pollution and its Health-Related Impacts
110 Project 1: Regional Air Pollution Mixtures: The Past and Future Impacts of Emission Controls and Climate Change on Air Quality and Health
111 Project 3: Causal Estimates of Effects of Regional and National Pollution Mixtures on Health: Providing Tools for Policy Makers
112 Improving Water Reuse for a Much Healthier Potomac Watershed
113 Project 1: Modeling Emissions from Energy Transitions
114 Project 2: Assessment of Energy-Related Sources, Factors and Transitions Using Novel High-Resolution Ambient Air Monitoring Networks and Personal Monitors
115 Project 3: Air Quality and Climate Change Modeling: Improving Projections of the Spatial and Temporal Changes of Multipollutants to Enhance Assessment of Public Health in a Changing World
116 Project 4: Human Health Impacts of Energy Transitions: Today and Under a Changing World
117 SEARCH: Solutions to Energy, AiR, Climate, and Health
118 Prenatal Exposures, Constitutive Genetics, DNA Methylation & Childhood Leukemia
119 The Impact of PAH Exposure on Adolescent Neurodevelopment: Disruption of Self-Regulatory Processes
120 Reclaimed Water Irrigation: Plant Accumulation and Risks of Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECs)
121 Experimental Interventions to Facilitate Clean Cookstove Adoption, Promote Clean Indoor Air, and Mitigate Climate Change
122 Air Pollution Impacts on Neonatal and Early Childhood Development
123 Toxicogenomics-based Mechanistic Multimedia Exposure Assessment and Child Development
124 Biomarker Epidemiology of In Utero Environmental Exposures and Child Development
125 In Utero Chemical Exposures, Immune Status, and Childhood Leukemia
126 Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment
127 Identifying In Utero Exposures that are Risk Factors for Childhood Leukemia
128 Center for the Study of Childhood Asthma in the Urban Environment (CCAUE)
129 Novel exposure metrics for assessing the effects of ultrafine and fine particulate matter on asthma in children
130 Investigating obesity as a susceptibility factor for air pollution in childhood
131 A Bioenergetics-Based Approach to Understanding and Predicting Individual- to Community-Level Ecological Effects of Manufactured Chemicals
132 Metabolic, Microbiome and Toxicant-Related Interactions (MATRIX)
133 Microbiome, Environment, and Neurodevelopmental Delay (MEND)
134 The Columbia Center for Childrens Environmental Health
135 Assessment of Stormwater Harvesting via Managed Aquifer Recharge to Develop New Water Supplies in the Arid West: the Salt Lake Valley Example
136 Enabling Adaptive UV and Solar-Based Disinfection Systems to Reduce the Persistence of Viral Pathogens in Wastewater for Sustainable Reuse
137 The Role of Obesity in Biological Responses to Particulate Matter in Mice
138 Center for Children's Health, the Environment, Microbiome, and Metabolomics
139 Center for Research on Early Childhood Exposure and Development in Puerto Rico
140 Characterizing Exposures and Outcomes in an Urban Birth Cohort (CHERUB)
141 The Impact of PAH Exposure on Childhood Growth Trajectories and Visceral Adipose Tissue
142 An MRI Study of the Effects of Prenatal and Early Childhood PAH Exposure on Brain Maturation and Its Mediating Influences on Adverse Adolescent Outcomes
143 Impacts of Weatherization on Microbial Ecology and Human Health
144 Early Career Award: Framework for Quantifying Microbial Risk and Sustainability of Potable Reuse Systems in the United States
145 Center for Research on Environmental and Social Stressors in Housing across the Life Course
146 Center for Native American Environmental Health Equity Research
147 Center for Indigenous Environmental Health Research
148 Maternal and Developmental Risks from Environmental and Social Stressors (MADRES) Center for Environmental Health Disparities
149 Health and Wellbeing Impact of Contamination of Traditional Food and Water on Navajo
150 Cumulative Environmental Effects: Expanding research with Hopi Tribe
151 Obesity and Adverse Dietary Patterns as Susceptibility Factors to Pollutant Exposure in Urban COPD
152 Environmental Health Disparities in Rural Appalachia: The impact of air pollution, obesity and diet on COPD morbidity
153 Multi-Exposure Epidemiology across the Life Course
154 Exposure Disparities Related to Resident Behavior and Housing Characteristics
155 Cumulative Risk and Geospatial Health Disparities Related to Chemical and Non-Chemical Stressor Exposures
156 Metals and metal mixtures in DNA damage and repair
157 Development of biomarkers of autoimmunity in 3 tribal communities exposed to mixed metal contaminants
158 Cumulative prenatal and infant environmental exposures and early childhood obesity risk
159 Environmental Exposures, Stress, and Maternal Pregnancy-Related Weight Outcomes
160 Comparing Urban and Rural Effects of Poverty on COPD (CURE COPD)
161 Dynamical Systems Models Based on Energy Budgets for Ecotoxicological Impact Assessment
162 High-throughput Hazard,Dose-responseandPopulationVariabilityAssessmentofCardiotoxicity in aHumanInducedPluripotentStem Cell(iPSC)-derivedinvitro Culture Model
163 Linking in vitro-to-in vivoToxicity Testing Using Genetically-matchedOrganoids and Mice from a Novel Genetic Reference Population
164 A Pipeline for in vitro-to-in vivo Extrapolation, Population Modeling, & Prioritization
165 System Toxicological Approaches to Define Flame Retardant Adverse Outcome Pathways
166 Cardiotoxicity Adverse Outcome Pathway: Organotypic Culture Model and in vitro-to-in vivo Extrapolation for High-throughput Hazard, Dose-response and Variability Assessments
167 Development of a larval fish neurobehavior adverse outcome pathwaytopredict effects of contaminants at the ecosystem level andacrossmultiple ecologically relevant taxa
168 Integrated Modeling Approaches to Support Systems-Based Ecological Risk Assessment
169 Linking Biological Scales Across Generations: An Estuarine and Marine Model for Measuring The Ecological Impact of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds
170 Indoor Environment and Emergency Response Health Outcomes
171 Climate Change, Indoor Ozone and Vascular Function
172 Sustainable Places, Health and Educational Research in Schools (SPHEReS)
173 Healthy High School PRIDE (Partnership in Research on InDoor Environments)
174 Determinants of Indoor and Outdoor Exposure to Ozone and Extreme Heat in a Warming Climate and the Health Risks for an Aging Population
175 Baltimore Healthy Schools: Impact of Indoor Air Quality on Health and Performance
176 Assess school environmental effects on children's health and performance and strengthen state/community capacity to create a healthy and safe learning environment
177 Pathway Analysis Core
178 Vascular MAPs: Vascular and Neurovascular Tissue Models
179 Brain MAPs
180 Liver MAPs
181 Mammosphere Bioreactor For Life-Stage Specific Toxicology
182 Organotypic Culture Model to Analyze DevelopmentalLimbMalformationsResulting from Toxicant/Teratogen Exposure
183 Validating a fetal membrane on a chip model for characterizing reproductive toxicant exposure risks
184 Organotypic Liver Model for Predictive Human Toxicology and Metabolism
185 Systems Engineering & Analysis for Organotypic Culture Models
186 Cancer MAPs: A 3D Organotypic Microfluidic Culture System to Identify Chemicals that Impact Progression and Development of Breast Cancer
187 Integrating Liver, Kidney and Testis Nanomaterial Toxicity using the Adverse Outcome Pathway Approach
188 Organotypic Model of Testis as a Platform for Adverse Outcomes Pathway Assessment of Engineered Nanomaterials
189 Organotypic Models of Mammalian Liver as a Platform for Adverse Outcomes Pathway Assessment of Engineered Nanomaterials
190 Organotypic Model of Human Kidney as a Platform for Adverse Outcomes Pathway Assessment of Engineered Nanomaterials
191 Airway Epithelium Organotypic Culture as a Platform forAdverseOutcomesPathway Assessment of Engineered Nanomaterials
192 Predictive Toxicology Center for Organotypic Cultures and Assessment ofAOPs for Engineered Nanomaterials
193 Vanderbilt - Pittsburgh Resource for Organotypic Models for Predictive Toxicology
194 Human Models for Analysis of Pathways (H MAPs) Center
195 Indoor Exposure to Pollutants Associated with Oxidative Chemistry: Field Studies and Window-Opening Behavior
196 Climate Change Mitigation in Low-Income Communities in Colorado: Home Weatherization Impacts on Respiratory Health and Indoor Air Quality during Wildfires
197 Integrated Measurements and Modeling Using U.S. Smart Homes to Assess Climate Change Impacts on Indoor Air Quality
198 Combining Measurements and Models to Predict the Impacts of Climate Change and Weatherization on Indoor Air Quality and Chronic Health Effects in U.S. Residences

199 Evidence-Based Interactions between Indoor Environmental Factors andTheir Effects on K-12 Student Achievement
200 Assessing the Potential Impact of Global Warming on Indoor Air Quality and Human Health in Two US Cities: Boston, MA and Atlanta, GA
201 Balancing Sustainability, Clean Air, Healthy Learning Interiors, and Structural Safety when Designing and Building Schools
202 A Non-Targeted Method for Measuring Multiple Chemical Exposures Amoung a Demographically Diverse Population of Pregnant Women in Northern California
203 Toxicogenetics of tetrachloroethylene metabolism and toxicity: Using Collaborative Cross mouse population approach to address remaining gaps in human health assessments
204 Design of Risk-reducing, Innovative-Implementable Small-System Knowledge(DeRISK) Center
205 Residential Exposure of Young Children to SVOCs
206 Tracking Semivolatile Organic Compounds Indoors: Merging Models and Field Sampling to Access Concentrations, Emissions, and Exposures
207 Water Innovation Network for Sustainable Small Systems (WINSSS)
208 Water, Our Voice to the Future: Climate change adaptation and waterborne disease prevention on the Crow Reservation
209 3-dimensional Micro-gas Chromatography Device for Rapid and Sensitive Indoor Chemical Exposure Analysis
210 Assessment, Monitoring and Adaptation To Food and Water Security Threats to the Sustainability of Arctic Remote Alaska Native Villages
211 Rapid Methods to Estimate Exposure to SVOCs in Indoor Environments
212 Identifying, Assessing and Adapting to Climate Change Impacts to Yurok Water and Aquatic Resources, Food Security and Tribal Health
213 How will cleaner cooking and lighting practices impact regional air quality and climate in the Sahel of Africa?
214 Coastal Climate Impacts to First Foods, Cultural Sites, and Tribal Community Health and Well-being
215 From Home to School: Tribal Indoor Air Quality Intervention Study
216 Subsistence Hunting and Associated Activities of Native North Americans in Remote Communities: Measurement of Indoor Air Quality in Tents as Related to Wood-Smoke Exposures, and the Identification of Potential Health Risks
217 Impacts of Household Sources on Outdoor Pollution at Village and Regional Scales in India
218 NCCLCs: Life Cycle of Nanomaterials (LCnano)
219 A Global Map of Feasible Residential Solutions, Emphasizing Stoves with Space Heating Uses
220 NCCLC: Network for Rapid Assessment of Chemical Life Cycle Impact
221 Enabling Citizens and Owners to Invest in Green Infrastructure in Philadelphia
222 Taking it to the Streets: Green Infrastructure for Sustainable Philadelphia Communities
223 An Integrated Strategy to Improve Green Infrastructure Approaches in the Urban Context: A Philadelphia Case Study
224 Performance and Effectiveness of Urban Green Infrastructure: Maximizing Benefits at the Subwatershed Scale through Measurement, Modeling, and Community-Based Implementation
225 Identification and Scientific Validation of AOPS Involving Genomic and Nongenomic Intracellular Thyroid Hormone Signaling in Neurodevelopment
226 Quantifying the Climate, Air Quality and Health Benefits of Improved Cookstoves: An Integrated Laboratory, Field and Modeling Study
227 Human Stem Cell-Based Platform to Predict Selective Developmental Neurotoxicity
228 Human Neural Stem Cell Metabolomic, Cellular and Organ Level Adverse Outcome Pathway Relationships for Endocrine Active Compounds
229 Contaminant Removal Using Membrane Distillation for Sustainable Drinking Water Treatment
230 Improving Air Quality, Health and the Environment Through Household Energy Interventions in the Tibetan Plateau
231 Next Generation Volume Reduction Green Infrastructure Stormwater Control Measures in Support of Philadelphia's Green City Clean Waters Initiative
232 Establishing an AOP for the Role of the Vitamin D Receptor in Developmental Neurotoxicity
233 UC Berkeley/Stanford Children's Environmental Health Center
234 Children's Environmental Health & Disease Prevention Research Center at Dartmouth
235 Southern California Children's Environmental Health Center
236 Cloud Condensation Nuclei Measurements During the SENEX 2013 Campaign: Observations, Analysis and Impacts
237 The UC Davis Center for Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention
238 The UCSF Pregnancy Exposures to Environmental Chemicals (PEEC) Children's Center
239 Neurodevelopment and Improving Children's Health following EtS exposure (NICHES)
240 Novel Methods to Assess the Effects of Chemicals on Child Development
241 Lifecourse Exposures & Diet: Epigenetics, Maturation & Metabolic Syndrome
242 Anthropogenic influence on biogenic VOC oxidation: the role of NOx pollution in secondary organic aerosol production in the Southeast U.S.
243 Assessing anthropogenic impact on secondary pollutant formation in the South Eastern US via airborne formaldehyde measurements
244 Aerosol Optical Properties and Biogenic SOA: Effect on Hygroscopic Properties and Light Absorption
245 The Role of Oxidation of BVOCs in SOA Production in the Southeastern U.S.
246 Novel Measurements of Volatility- and Polarity-Separated Organic Aerosol Composition and Associated Hygroscopicity to Investigate the Influence of Mixed Anthropogenic-Biogenic Emissions on Atmospheric Aging Processes
247 Organic aerosol formation in the humid, photochemically-active Southeastern US: SOAS experiments and simulations
248 Impacts of Anthropogenic Emissions in the Southeastern U.S. on Heterogeneous Chemistry of Isoprene-Derived Epoxides Leading to Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation
249 Sources and Radiative Properties of Organosulfates in the Atmosphere
250 Using Particle Functional Group Composition to Identify and Quantify the Effects of Anthropogenic Emissions on Biogenic Secondary Organic Aerosol
251 Sensitivity of Organic Aerosol Concentrations and Forcing to Anthropogenic Emissions
252 Understanding regional oxidation capacity by comprehensive observations to constrain hydroxyl radical sources and sinks during the Southern Oxidant Aerosol Study (SOAS)
253 Emission, Fate, and Contribution of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds to Organic Aerosol Formation in the Presence of Anthropogenic Pollution: Measurements and Modeling during SOAS
254 The role of nitrate radicals (NO3) in aerosol life cycle: Secondary organic aerosol formation and aging of atmospheric organic aerosols
255 Development of Cost-effective, Compact Electrical Ultrafine Particle (eUFP) Sizers and Wireless eUFP Sensor Network
256 Cell-Free Neurochemical Screening Assays to Predict Adverse Effects in Mammals, Fish, and Birds
257 Integration of Filtration and Advanced Oxidation: Development of a Membrane Liquid-Phase Plasma Reactor
258 Small, Safe, Sustainable (S3) Public Water Systems through Innovative Ion Exchange
259 High-Throughput Cellular Assays for Modeling Toxicity in the Fish Reproductive System
260 Environmental Health Disparities Research Core
261 Sustainable Community Oriented Stormwater Management (S-COSM): A Sensible Strategy for the Chesapeake Bay
262 Carolina Center for Computational Toxicology: Assays, models and tools for NextGen safety assessments
263 Impacts of Climate-induced Changes in Extreme Events on Ozone and Particulate Matter Air Quality
264 Response of Regional Air Quality to Severe Drought
265 Combining Empirical Orthogonal Function and Extreme Value Theory Methods to Characterize Observed and Future Changes in Extreme U.S. Air Pollution Events
266 Integrating Information from Climate Scientists and Resource Managers: Informing Preparedness and Adaptation to Extreme Event Impacts on Air and Water Quality in California
267 Extreme Air Quality Events Using a Hierarchy of Models: Present and Future
268 Ensuring Safe Drinking Water in Lake Erie: Quantifying Extreme Weather Impacts on Cyanobacteria and Disinfection Byproducts (DPBs)
269 Ecological Assessment of Generalized Littoral Environments Decision-Support System (EAGLE/OS)
270 Prediction of Effects of Changing Precipitation Extremes on Urban Water Quality
271 Forecasting and Evaluating Vulnerability of Watersheds to Climate Change, Extreme Events, and Algal Blooms
272 Source Attribution of Radiative Forcing in Chemical Transport Models
273 Early Career: The hazards of Extreme Climatic Events: Predicting Impacts
274 Using Advanced Statistical Techniques to Identify the Drivers and Occurrence of Historical and Future Extreme Air Quality Events in the United States from Observations and Models
275 Dynamic Management of Prescribed Burning for Better Air Quality
276 Optimization of Multipollutant Air Quality Management Strategies
277 Creating Building Blocks for a More Dynamic Air Quality Management Framework
278 Dynamic Electricity Generation for Addressing Daily Air Quality Exceedances in the US
279 Prediction and quantification of Combined Sewer Outflows under extreme storm events: Flow dynamics and Reduction of Combined Sewer Outflows
280 Air Quality Impacts of Extreme Weather Events: Historical Analysis and Future Projection
281 Analysis of Dynamic, Flexible NOx and SO2 Abatement from Power Plants in the Eastern U.S. and Texas
282 Imaging Assessment of G-protein-coupled Estrogen Receptor Activation
283 Affinity-Based Hydrocyclone Filter for Oil-Water Separation and Oil Spill Cleanup
284 Dentritic polymers as biocompatible dispersants for oil spill remediation
285 Toxicity Screening with Zebrafish Assay
286 Uptake and Effects of Dispersed Oil Droplets and Emulsified Oil by Estuarine Crustaceans in the Gulf of Mexico
287 Investigating the Effects Of Atmospheric Aging on the Radiative Properties and Climate Impacts of Black Carbon Aerosol
288 Producing and Characterizing Bacillus Subtilis Biosurfactants with Potentially Lower Environmental Impact for Salt Water Applications
289 Role of land use and BMPs in reducing the effect of extreme magnitude events on sediment and pollutant transport in the SE US Coastal Plain and Mississippi Alluvial Valley
290 High Information Content Toxicity Screening Using Mouse and Human Stem Cell Models of Endocrine Development and Function
291 Decision Making – Cognitive and Institutional Barriers
292 Public Engagement and Outreach
293 In Vitro to In Vivo Screening of Thyroid Hormone Receptor Disrupting Chemicals
294 Center for Green Infrastructure and Stormwater Management
295 Multi-Sensor Reporter Cell Technology to Assess Hazard Involving Endocrine Signaling Pathways
296 Non-Hydrological Benefits and Citizen Preference
297 Hydrologic and Water Quality Modeling for Green Infrastructure
298 Green Infrastructure Design and Visualization
299 Compact Multi-Pollutant Mid-Infrared Laser Spectroscopic Trace-Gas Sensor
300 A compact, low-cost, network accessible, optical particle counter for the real time measurement of submicron aerosol particle size distributions
301 Assessing The Synergistic Impact Of Anthropogenic And Biogenic Emissions On Air Pollution Using Novel High-Sensitivity, Real-Time Monitors For Fundamental Carbonyls
302 Use of Ferrate in Small Drinking Water Treatment Systems
303 Municipal Sewage Sludge Based Composite Adsorbents For Removal Of Contaminants from Drinking Water Sources
304 Research and Demonstration of Electrospun Nanofiber Filters: Multifunctional, Chemically Active Filtration Technologies for Small-Scale Water Treatment Systems
305 Fluoride, DBP Precursors, and Particles: Simultaneous Removal with Aluminum Salts a Solution for Small Drinking Water Systems
306 Sustainable Sorbents and Monitoring Technologies for Small Groundwater Systems
307 Sustainable Catalytic Treatment of Waste Ion Exchange Brines for Reuse During Oxyanion Treatment in Drinking Water
308 Point Of Use (POU) Water Treatment Systems For Improving Sustainability And Environmental Justice in Colonias of the Paso del Norte Region
309 Improving Drinking Water Quality for Small Rural Communities in Missouri
310 Understanding the Hygroscopic Properties of Black Carbon/Organic Carbon Mixing States: Connecting Climate and Health Impacts of Anthropogenic Aerosol
311 Development of a Quantitative Accounting Framework for Black Carbon and Brown Carbon from Emissions Inventory to Impacts
312 Improved Prediction of the Vertical Profile of Atmospheric Black Carbon: Development and Evaluation of WRF-CMAQ
313 Constraining Urban-To-Global Scale Estimates of Black Carbon Distributions, Sources, Regional Climate Impacts, and Co-Benefit Metrics with Advanced Coupled Dynamic - Chemical Transport - Adjoint Models
314 Characterization Of Emissions From Small, Variable Solid Fuel Combustion Sources For Determining Global Emissions And Climate Impact
315 Black Carbon, Air Quality and Climate: From the Local to the Global Scale
316 New Mexico Center for Advancement of Research, Engagement, & Science on Health Disparities (NM CARES HD) - Environmental Health Core
317 Central Plains Center for American Indian Health Disparities (CPC-AIHD) Revision
318 Center of Excellence: Environmental Health Disparities Core
319 Environmental Context of Health Disparities
320 Revision Application to Support Environmental Health Disparities Research
321 Linking Regional Aerosol Emission Changes with Multiple Impact Measures through Direct and Cloud-Related Forcing Estimates
322 Water Infrastructure Sustainability and Health in Alabama’s Black Belt
323 Improving Environmental Health Disparities: A Fundamental Cause Approach
324 Center for Integrative Approaches to Health Disparities – Environment Assessment Core
325 Analysis and Action on the Environmental Determinants of Health and Health Disparities
326 Environmental Health Disparities Research in NOCEMHD
327 BC and Other Light-Absorbing Impurities in North American Great Plains Snow: Sources, Impacts, and a Comparison with North China Snow
328 The Effect of Air Pollution Control on Life Expectancy in the United States: A Population-Based Analysis of Major Metropolitan Areas
329 Tribal Environmental Public Health Indicators
330 Enabling Potable Reuse Of Wastewater Using Forward Osmosis: A Sustainable And Affordable Alternative To Reverse Osmosis
331 Ontologies for Data & Models for Liver Toxicology
332 Model of Toxicant Response in Engineered Liver
333 Association of Pathogens with Biofilms in Drinking Water Distribution Systems
334 Evaluation of Sanitary Sewers as a Source of Pathogen Contamination of Municipal Water Supply Wells
335 Predictive QSAR Models of Hepatotoxicity
336 Toxicity of Drinking Water Associated with Alternative Distribution System Rehabilitation Strategies
337 A Multi-scale Dose-response Model of AHR Toxicity Pathway Activation in the Human Liver
338 Particle-Resolved Simulations for Quantifying Black Carbon Climate Impact and Model Uncertainty
339 Associations of Short-Term Pollution Exposures with Childhood Autoimmune Disease
340 Using Vital Statistics Natality Data to Assess the Impact of Environmental Policy: The Examples of Superfund, the Toxic Release Inventory, and E-ZPass
341 Risk Assessment for Manufactured Nanoparticles Used in Consumer Products (RAMNUC)
342 Intra-Urban Variation of Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Health Effects
343 Exploring New Questions of Multiple Air Pollutants, Sources and Health in Denver
344 Are Diabetics and the Neurologically Impaired at Increased Risk from Air Pollutant Exposures? A National Analysis
345 Fish Selenium Health Benefit Values in Mercury Risk Management
346 New Environmental Public Health Indicator Linking Organochlorine Compounds and Type 2 Diabetes
347 Development and Validation of the Cumulative Environmental Exposure Index for Arsenic: A Novel Environmental Public Health Indicator
348 Environmental Transformation And Biological Fate Of Fresh And Aged Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles
349 Community Stressors and Susceptibility to Air Pollution in Urban Asthma
350 PFOA Concentration in Serum Collected 1991-2008 and Related Health Effects
351 Assess the Linkage Between School-Related Environment, Children’s School Performance/Health, and Environmental Policies Through Environmental Public Health Tracking
352 Air Pollution-Exposure-Health Effect Indicators: Mining Massive Geographically-Referenced Environmental Health Data to Identify Risk Factors for Birth Defects
353 Rapid Detection of Sewer Pipeline Problems Using Bacterial DNA Markers and Q-PCR Technology
354 Uptake of Specific Engineered Nanoparticles (ENP) by Sludge Particulates as Affected by the Presence of Dissolved Organic Matters (DOM)
355 Rapidly Measured Indicators of Waterborne Pathogens
356 A National Study to Assess Susceptibility, Vulnerability, and Effect Modification of Air Pollution Health Risks
357 Air Pollution Mixtures: Health Effects Across Life Stages
358 Development and Deployment of an Instrumentation Suite for Comprehensive Air Quality Characterization Including Aerosol ROS
359 Evaluation of Lead Service Line Lining and Coating Technologies
360 Examining In-Vehicle Pollution and Oxidative Stress in a Cohort of Daily Commuters
361 Novel Estimates of Pollutant Mixtures and Pediatric Health in Two Birth Cohorts
362 Development of Mobile Self-Powered Sensors for Potable Water Distribution
363 Novel Immunological Approaches to Link Ambient Air Pollution Exposure to Health Outcomes
364 A Multi-City Time-Series Study of Pollutant Mixtures and Acute Morbidity
365 Multi-Scale Assessment of Health Effects of Air Pollution Mixtures Using Novel Measurements and Models
366 Longitudinal Effects of Multiple Pollutants on Child Growth, Blood Pressure and Cognition
367 Identifying the Cognitive and Vascular Effects of Air Pollution Sources and Mixtures in the Framingham Offspring and Third Generation Cohorts
368 Cognitive Decline, Cardiovascular Changes, and Biological Aging in Response to Air Pollution
369 Relative Toxicity of Air Pollution Mixtures
370 Great Lakes Air Center for Integrative Environmental Research (GLACIER)
371 Long Term Metabolic Consequences of Exposures to Multipollutant Atmospheres in the Great Lakes Region
372 Cardiometabolic Effects of Exposure to Differing Mixtures and Concentrations of PM2.5 in Obese and Lean Adults
373 Effects of Long-Term Exposure to Traffic-Derived Particles and Gases on Subclinical Measures of Cardiovascular Disease in a Multi-Ethnic Cohort
374 Vascular Response to Traffic-Derived Inhalation in Humans
375 Cardiovascular Consequences of Immune Modification by Traffic-Related Emissions
376 Simulated Roadway Exposure Atmospheres for Laboratory Animal and Human Studies
377 Exposure Mapping – Characterization of Gases and Particles for ExposureAssessment in Health Effects and Laboratory Studies
378 University of Washington Center for Clean Air Research (UW CCAR)
379 Cardiometabolic, Autonomic, and Airway Toxicity of Acute Exposures to PM2.5 from Multipollutant Atmospheres in the Great Lakes Region
380 Combined Effects of Metals and Stress on Central Nervous System Function
381 Community-Based Participatory Research
382 Pesticide Exposure Pathways
383 Prediction of Allergenicity by Linear and Conformational Epitopes
384 Comparison of Gnotobiotic and Conventional Mice for Predicting the Allergenic Potential of Proteins Introduced into Genetically Engineered Plants
385 Predicting Food Protein Allergenicity Using a Mouse Model
386 Assessment of Allergic Responses to Food Proteins Using a Novel and Sensitive Adjuvant-Free Ingestion-Based Mouse Model
387 Effects-Based Cumulative Risk Assessment in a Low-Income Urban Community near a Superfund Site
388 Photochemical and Fungal Transformations of Carbon Nanotubes in the Environment
389 In Utero Lead Exposure: Fetal Epigenetics and Life-Course Physiologic Effects
390 Impacts of Life-stage Exposures to BPA and Phthalates on Growth and Development
391 Perinatal Exposures, Epigenetics, Child Obesity & Sexual Maturation
392 Transformation and Fate of Nanomaterials During Wastewater Treatment and Incineration
393 Transatlantic Initiative for Nanotechnology and the Environment
394 Environmental Behavior And Bioavailability Of Ag And Ceo2 Nanoparticles: The Role Of Surface Functionalization and its Interaction with Natural Organic Substances and Iron Oxohydroxides
395 Hypertension in Mexican-Americans: Assessing Disparities in Air Pollutant Risks
396 Consortium for Manufactured Nanomaterial Bioavailability & Environmental Exposure
397 New Methods for Analysis of Cumulative Risk in Urban Populations
398 Environmental Determinants of Early Host Response to RSV
399 Endotoxin Exposure and Asthma in Children
400 Endotoxin Exposure and Asthma in Children
401 Coarse PM Emissions Model Development and Inventory Validation
402 Analytical Strategies for Assessing Cumulative Effects of Chemical and Nonchemical Stressors
403 Improvements in Emissions Inventories using Semi-Continuous Monitoring Data and Concentrations Field Analysis
404 Effects of Stress and Traffic Pollutants on Childhood Asthma in an Urban Community
405 Framework for Context-Sensitive Spatially- and Temporally-Resolved Onroad Mobile Source Emission Inventories
406 Exposure to Air Pollutants and Risk of Birth Defects
407 Ambient Pollutant/Bioaerosol Effects on Treg Function
408 Effect of Multi-Level Environmental Exposure on Birth Outcomes
409 Berkeley/Stanford Children’s Environmental Health Center
410 Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Centers: Formative Centers
411 (Pilot Study): Predictors of Maternal Exposure to BPA During Pregnancy
412 Assessing Maternal and Fetal Exposure to Chemicals
413 Assessing the Effects of BPA Exposure on Early Human Development
414 Quantifying the Effects of the Mixing Process in Fabricated Dilution Systems on Particulate Emission Measurements via an Integrated Experimental and Modeling Approach
415 Enhancing Ecosystem Services in a High Risk Agroecosystem of the Interior Pacific Northwest in the Face of Climate Change and Land Use Intensification
416 Constraining ammonia emissions and PM2.5 control efficiencies with a new combination of satellite data, surface observations and adjoint modeling techniques
417 Atmospheric Ammonia Emissions from the Livestock Sector: Development and Evaluation of a Process-based Modeling Approach
418 [Climate Change and Allergic Airway Disease] Observational,Laboratory, and Modeling Studies of the Impacts of Climate Change onAllergic Airway Disease
419 Characterization of Particulate Emissions from Ships from In Situ Measurements
420 Emissions of gas-phase low-volatility organic compounds (LVOCs) from mobile sources
421 Improving chemical transport model predictions of organic aerosol: Measurement and simulation of semivolatile organic emissions from mobile and non-mobile sources
422 Towards a Verifiable Ammonia Emissions Inventory for Cattle Feedlots in the Great Plains
423 Improving Emission Inventories Using Direct Flux Measurements and Modeling
424 Evaluation of Mobile Source Emissions and Trends Using Detailed Chemical and Physical Measurements
425 Arsenic and Maternal and Infant Immune Function
426 Mechanisms of In Utero BPA Exposure on Fetal Gonad Development
427 Arsenic and Maternal and Infant Immune Function
428 Determining How Arsenic (As) Modulates Sonic Hedgehog (Shh) Signaling During Development
429 Formative Center for the Evaluation of Environmental Impacts on Fetal Development
430 Food Borne Exposure to Arsenic During the First Year of Life
431 An Integrated Geospatial and Epidemiological Study of Associations Between Birth Defects and Arsenic Exposure in New England
432 Effects of Bisphenol A on the Developing Cortex
433 Adolescent Exposure to BPA/Phthalates Cognitive and Behavioral Development
434 Prenatal Exposure to BPA/Phthalates: Infant Physical and Behavioral Development
435 Novel Methods to Assess Effects of Bisphenol A (BPA) & Phthalates on Child Development
436 Risk-Based Decision Making for Assessing Potential Impacts of Geologic CO2 Sequestration on Drinking-Water Sources
437 Assessing Trade-Offs among Ecosystem Services in a Payment-for-Water Services Program on Florida Ranchlands
438 A Hierarchical Modeling Framework for Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide
439 Effects of Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Strategies on Air Quality
440 Expert-Based Development of a Site-Specifc Standard in CO2 Sequestration Monitoring Technology
441 Liver and the Metabolic Syndrome
442 Integrated Design, Modeling, and Monitoring of Geologic Sequestration of Anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide to Safeguard Sources of Drinking Water
443 Prostate and Endocrine Disruption
444 Diagnostic Monitoring of Biogeochemical Interactions of a Shallow Aquifer in Response to a CO2 Leak
445 Lung, Arsenic Exposure, and Tissue Remodeling
446 Protecting Drinking Water by Reducing Uncertainties Associated with Geologic Carbon Sequestration in Deep Saline Aquifers
447 The Texas-Indiana Virtual STAR Center; Data-Generating in vitro and in silico Models of Developmental Toxicity in Embryonic Stem Cells and Zebrafish
448 Investigation of the Effects of Changing Climate on Fires and the Consequences for U.S. Air Quality, Phase 2.
449 Understanding and Managing Risks Posed by Brines Containing Dissolved Carbon Dioxide
450 Global-to-Urban Models For Minimizing Air Quality And Climate Impacts Of Freight Choice
451 Projecting Pollen Allergens and Their Health Implications in a Changing World
452 Regional Infrastructure and Air Quality Planning in Light of Global Change
453 Impact of Climate Change and Variability on the Nation's Water Quality andEcosystem State
454 Regional Air Quality Management Aspects of Global Change: Impact of Climate-ResponsiveControls and Forest Management Practices on Regional Air Quality and Associated Uncertainties
455 Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment (CIRCLE)
456 Childhood Leukemia International Consortium Studies
457 Genetic Susceptibility
458 Exposure Assessment for Childhood Leukemia
459 Center for Child Environmental Health Risks Research
460 Prenatal Exposures, DNA Methylation & Childhood Leukemia
461 The Mechanisms of Endocrine Disruptors in Laboratory Mice
462 The Role of Endocrine Disruptors in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
463 The Role of Endocrine Disruptors in Childhood Obesity
464 The Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health
465 Environmental Determinants of Host Defense
466 Assessing Stressor Relative Risk and Loss of Ecosystem Services from Regional WetlandProbability Survey Data
467 Urban Dietary Effects on the Asthmatic Response to Pollutants
468 Assessing the Impact of a Warmer Climate on Stream Water Quality Across theMountainous Western United States.
469 Dietary Interventions in Asthma Treatment
470 Predicting Regional Allergy Hotspots in Future Climate Scenarios – Putting the Where & When on Wheezing
471 Analysis of the Co-benefits of Greenhouse Gas Abatement for Global and US Air Quality under Future Climate Scenarios
472 Consequences of Global Climate Change for Stream Biodiversity and Implications for theApplication and Interpretation of Biological Indicators of Aquatic Ecosystem Condition
473 Air Pollution, Health and Economic Impacts of Global Change Policy andFuture Technologies: An Integrated Model Analysis
474 Epigenetics Project
475 Project B: Exposure Project: Mn, DDT/E and PBDE Exposure to Farmworker Children
476 Community Outreach and Translation Core
477 Modeling of the Hydrochemical Response of High Elevation Watersheds to Climate Change and Atmospheric Deposition
478 A Probabilistic Framework for Projections of Watershed Services in US Headwaters under Climate Change Scenarios
479 CHAMACOS Cohort Project: Pesticides and PBDE on Neurobehavior and Puberty
480 US Freshwater Resources in the Coming Decades: An Integrated Climate-hydrologic Modeling Study
481 Consequences of Global Climate and Emissions Changes on U.S. Water Quality: An Integrated Modeling Assessment
482 An Integrated Approach to Understanding and Reducing Fat, Oil, and Grease (FOG) Deposit Formation for Sustainable Sewer Collection Systems
483 Combining Climate Model Predictions, Hydrological Modeling, and Ecological Niche Modeling Algorithms to Predict the Impacts of Climate Change on Aquatic Biodiversity
484 Dissecting the Diet-Asthma Relationship in Mice Models of Asthma
485 Center for Children’s Environmental Health and DiseasePreventionResearch (P01) (joint EPA and NIEHS) - CHAMACOS
486 Mechanisms of Asthma -- Dietary Interventions against Environmental Triggers
487 Impacts of Changes in Land Use and Land Cover on U.S. Air Quality: Development and Application of an Integrated Climate-Vegetation-Chemistry Modeling System
488 Urinary Biomarker Kinetics to Quantify Human Bisphenol A Exposure and Endocrine System Target Tissue Dosimetry
489 Measures of Distribution System Water Quality and Their Relation to Health Outcomes in Atlanta
490 An Epidemiologic Study of Time Trends and Health Effects of Persistent Organic Pollutants, Mercury and Micronutrients
491 The Role of IgG in Mouse Models of Food Allergy
492 Community Based Risk Assessment of Exposure to Contaminants via Water Sources on the Crow Reservation in Montana
493 Forecasting Critical Ecosystem Services from Measures of Wetland Condition at theWatershed Scale in Freshwater Wetlands of Pennsylvania and Ohio
494 Differentiating biologically relevant from irrelevant IgE binding to food antigens for improved risk assessment and diagnostic studies using a humanized rat basophil cell line (RBL 30/25)
495 Bioavailability of Metallic Nanoparticles and Heavy Metals in Landfills
496 Near Roadways Exposure to Urban Air Pollutants Study (NEXUS)
497 Applying Data Assimilation and Adjoint Sensitivity to Epidemiological and Policy Studies of Airborne Particulate Matter
498 Platinum-Containing Nanomaterials: Sources, Speciation, and Toxicity in the Environment
499 Transformation and Fate of Manufactured Metal Oxide and Metal Nanoparticles in Aqueous Environments
500 Interactions of Natural Organic Matter with C60 Fullerene and their Impact on C60 Transport, Bioavailability and Toxicity
501 Spatial temporal analysis of health effects associated with sources and speciation of fine PM
502 Clinically Relevant IgE-Cross-Reactivity of Nut Allergens
503 Improving Particulate Matter Source Apportionment for Health Studies: A Trained Receptor Modeling Approach with Sensitivity, Uncertainty and Spatial Analyses
504 Gastrointestinal TSLP in the Pathogenesis of Food Allergy
505 Enhanced Air Pollution Epidemiology using a Source-Oriented Chemical Transport Model
506 Interpretation of Biomonitoring Data for Ortho-Phthalates Using Physiologically Based Parmacokinetic Modeling: Estimation of Fetal Exposure and Risk
507 Novel Markers of Air Pollution-induced Vascular Toxicity
508 Influence of Water Quality on the Bioavailability and Food Chain Transport of Carbon Nanoparticles
509 Modeling Dietary Contributions to Arsenic Dose and Methylation: Elucidating Predictive Linkages
510 Effects of Quantum Dot on Microbial Communities
511 Longitudinal Indicators of Policy Impact on Pollution, Exposure and Health Risk
512 Molecular Mechanisms
513 Understanding the Role of Climate Change and Land Use Modifications in Facilitating Pathogen Invasions and Declines Of Ectotherms
514 The Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (CEINT)
515 University of California – Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (UC-CEIN)
516 Environmental Behaviors of Solubilized Carbon Nanotubes in Aquatic Systems: Transformation, Sorption, and Toxicity Exposure
517 Integrating Future Climate Change and Riparian Land-Use to Forecast the Effects of Stream Warming on Species Invasions and Their Impacts on Native Salmonids
518 “Effects of Surface Oxides on the Behavior of Carbon Nanotubes and their influence on the Mobility of Contaminants in Aquatic Environments”
519 Understanding the Cumulative Affects of Environmental and Psycho-Social Stressors that Threaten the Pohlik-lah and Ner-er-ner Lifeway: The Yurok Tribe’s Approach
520 Environmental Transport, Biodegradation, and Bioaccumulation of Quantum Dots and Oxide Nanoparticles
521 Development of an In Vitro Test and a Prototype Model to Predict Cellular Penetration of Nanoparticles
522 Analysis and Fate of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Their Manufacturing Byproducts in Estuarine Sediments and Benthic Organisms
523 Bioavailability, Environmental Transformation, and Detoxification of Core/Shell Nanomaterials
524 Functionalized Metal Oxide Nanoparticles: Environmental Transformations and Ecotoxicity
525 Predicting Relative Risk of Invasion by Saltcedar and Mud Snails in River Networks Under Different Scenarios of Climate Change and Dam Operations in the Western United States
526 Beach Grass Invasions and Coastal Flood Protection: Forecasting the Effects of Climate Change on Coastal Vulnerability
527 Automated Methods for the Quantification and Infectivity of Human Noroviruses in Water
528 Near-real Time, Highly Sensitive and Selective Field Deployable Biosensor for Cyanotoxins and Cyanobacteria Using both Antibodies and DNA-signatures
529 Development and application of a fiber optic array system for detection and enumeration of potentially toxic cyanobacteria
530 Aptamer Capture and Optical Interferometric Detection of Cyanobacteria
531 Rapid Concentration, Detection, and Quantification of Pathogens in Drinking Water
532 Safety/Toxicity Assessment of Ceria (A Model Engineered NP) to the Brain
533 Elevated Temperature and Land Use Flood Frequency Alteration Effects on Rates of Invasive and Native Species Interactions in Freshwater Floodplain Wetlands
534 Carolina Center for Computational Toxicology
535 Innate Immune Response of an Aquatic Vertebrate Model to Manufactured Nanoparticles Assessed Using Genomic Markers
536 Interaction of Climate Change, Landuse and Invasive Species: Tests of Contrasting Management Scenarios for Coastal Communities
537 Spatial Investigation of Sources, Composition, and Long-Term Health Effects of Coarse Particulate Matter (PM10-2.5) in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) Cohort
538 Cardiovascular Effects of Urban and Rural Coarse Particulate Matter in Obese and Lean Adults
539 Assessment of Microbial Pathogens in Drinking Water using Molecular Methods Coupled with Solid Phase Cytometry
540 Hydrologic Thresholds for Biodiversity in Semiarid Riparian Ecosystems: Importance of Climate Change and Variability
541 Comparative Toxicity of Coarse Particles
542 An Integrated Approach to Developing a Total Facility Estrogen Budget at a Swine Farrowing CAFO
543 Mechanisms Linking Host Biodiversity to Lyme Disease Risk: An Experimental Approach
544 Implications of Using Robust Bayesian Analysis to Represent Diverse Sources of Uncertainty in Integrated Assessment
545 Impacts of Climate Change on Health Benefits of a Tribal Alaskan Resource:Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Risk Assessment Through Local Monitoring
546 Health Effects and Characterization of Urban and Rural Coarse ParticulateMatter in Northeastern Colorado
547 Risk Factors for West Nile Virus: The Role of Biodiversity in the Ecology of Hosts, Vectors and Humans
548 Near Real Time Modeling of Weather, Air Pollution, and Health Outcome Indicators in New York City
549 The Role of Avian Host Dynamics and Anthropogenic Stressors on the Transmission of West Nile Virus and the Implications for Human Health and Biodiversity
550 Sources, Composition, Variability and Toxicological Characteristics of Coarse (PM10-2.5) Particles in Southern California
551 Production of Secondary Organic Aerosol from Multiphase Terpene Photooxidation
552 Improved Prediction of In-Cloud Biogenic SOA: Experiments and CMAQ Model Refinements
553 Incorporating Uncertainty Analysis into Integrated Air Quality Planning
554 Integrated Uncertainty Analysis to Support Effective Environmental Decision-Making
555 Chemistry of Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from the Oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons
556 Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosol
557 Innovative Management Options to Prevent Loss of Ecosystem Services Provided by Chinook Salmon in California: Overcoming the Effects of Climate Change
558 Development and Assessment of Environmental Indicators: Application to Mobile Source Impacts on Emissions, Air Quality and Health Outcomes
559 Transport and Transformation of Natural and Synthetic Steroid Hormones at Beef Cattle and Dairy Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)
560 Can Markets for Development Rights Improve Land Use and Environmental Outcomes?
561 An Integrated Computational Framework for the Interpretation of Organophosphorus Pesticide Biomarkers
562 The Detroit Asthma Morbidity, Air Quality and Traffic (DAMAT) Study
563 The Great Miami River Watershed Water Quality Credit Trading Program
564 Demonstration and Evaluation of Structural Benefit Transfer and Bayesian Benefit Transfer for Valuing Welfare Impacts of Saltwater Beach Quality Changes
565 Development of a PBPK Model for Interpreting Biomonitoring Data on Carbaryl and Other N-methyl-carbamates
566 SOA Volatility Evolution: Formation and Oxidation over the Lifecycle of PM2.5
567 Improved Treatment of Atmospheric Organic Particulate Matter Concentrations from Biomass Combustion Emissions
568 Nonlinear and Threshold Responses to Environmental Stressors in Land-river Networks at Regional to Continental Scales
569 Sources of Organic Aerosol: Semivolatile Emissions and Photochemical Aging
570 Impact of Emission Reductions on Exposures and Exposure Distributions: Application of a Geographic Exposure Model
571 CYP-Specific PBPK/PD Models to Interpret Biomarkers for Organophosphate Pesticides
572 Transport/Fate/Ecological Effects of Steroids from Poultry Litter & Evaluations of Existing/Novel Management Strategies
573 Testing Sustainable Building Materials and Practices during Gulf Coast Reconstruction
574 Effects of Cattle Manure Handling and Management Strategies on Fate and Transport of Hormones in the Feedlot and the Field
575 Assessing Occurrence, Persistence and Biological Effects of Hormones Released from Livestock Waste
576 Fate of Hormones in Waste from Concentrated Broiler Feeding Operations
577 Statistical Models for Estimating the Health Impact of Air Quality Regulations
578 Experimental Testbeds for New Applications of Environmental Trading Programs
579 Mapping Regional Development for Smart Growth Planning to Minimize Degradation of Water Quality and Enhance Green Infrastructure
580 Use of Biomarkers and Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Modeling in Risk Analysis for Developmental Effects of Chlorpyrifos
581 Comparative Life Cycle Analysis of Nano- and Bulk-materials in Photovoltaic Energy Generation
582 Protection of Critical Source Areas for Achieving Long-term Sustainability of Water Resources
583 Genomics-based Determination of Nanoparticle Toxicity: Structure-function Analysis
584 Ecotoxicology of Underivatized Fullerenes (C60) in Fish
585 Bioavailability and Fates of CdSe and TiO2 Nanoparticles in Eukaryotes and Bacteria
586 Photochemical Fate of Manufactured Carbon Nanomaterials in the Aquatic Environment
587 Study the Impact of Global Change on Air Quality Using the Global-Through-Urban Weather Research and Forecast Model with Chemistry
588 Global Change and Air Pollution (GCAP) Phase 2: Implications for U.S. Air Quality and Mercury Deposition of Multiple Climate and Global Emission Scenarios for 2000-2050
589 Determination of Aggregate and Cumulative Exposures of Perfluorinated Compounds Consistent with Biomarkers of the Compounds Using Simulation Modeling of Exposure and Pharmacokinetics
590 Promoting Sustainable Pollutant Control Policies Through Consideration of Social and Biological Indicators: An Application to Mercury Control in New England
591 Research Project A: Mapping Disparities in Birth Outcomes
592 Southern Center on Environmentally-Driven Disparities in Birth Outcomes
593 Sustainable Lake Management in Maine’s Changing Landscape
594 Biological Fate & Electron Microscopy Detection of Nanoparticles During Wastewater Treatment
595 Geographic Information System and Statistical Analysis Core
596 The Fate And Effects Of Nanosized Metal Particles Examined Along A Simulated Terrestrial Food Chain Using Genomic And Microspectroscopic Techniques
597 Research Project B: Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby: Studying Racial Disparities in Birth Outcomes
598 Research Project C: Perinatal Environmental Exposure Disparity and Neonatal Respiratory Health
599 Community Outreach and Translation Core
600 Internalization and Fate of Individual Manufactured Nanomaterial within Living Cells
601 Effects of Global Change on the Atmospheric Mercury Burden and Mercury Sequestration Through Changes in Ecosystem Carbon Pools
602 Hydrologic Forecasting for Characterization of Non-linear Response of Freshwater Wetlands to Climatic and Land Use Change in the Susquehanna River Basin
603 Fate of Hormones in Tile-Drained Fields and Impact to Aquatic Organisms Under Different Animal Waste Land-Application Practices
604 Nanoparticle Stability in Natural Waters and its Implication for Metal Toxicity to Water Column and Benthic Organisms
605 Impacts of Global Climate and Emissions Changes on U.S. Air Quality (Ozone, Particulate Matter, Mercury) and Projection Uncertainty
606 Characterization of the Potential Toxicity of Metal Nanoparticles in Marine Ecosystems Using Oysters
607 Aquatic Toxicity of Carbon-Based Nanomaterials at Sediment-Water Interfaces
608 Effects of Ingested Nanoparticles on Gene Regulation in the Colon
609 Sustainable Coastal Habitat Restoration in the Pacific Northwest: Modeling and Managing the Effects, Feedbacks, and Risks Associated with Climate Change
610 Monitoring, Photochemical Fate, and Oxidative Degradation by UV and Solar-based Catalytic Technologies of Cyanotoxins in Freshwater Estuaries
611 The Impact of Nutrients, Zooplankton, and Temperature on Growth of, and Toxin Production by, Cyanobacteria Blooms in the Upper Reaches of Chesapeake Bay
612 The Impact of Aerosols, Clouds, and Ozone on Surface UV and Photochemistry in Houston, TX
613 Quantifying Grazing on Harmful Algae with a Novel, qPCR-based Technique
614 The Future of Harmful Algal Blooms: An Empirical Approach to Predicting the Combined Impacts of Rising CO2, Temperature, and Eutrophication
615 Energy, Water, and Land Use: A Framework for Incorporating Science into Sustainable Regional Planning
616 Carbon Nanotubes: Environmental Dispersion States, Transport, Fate, and Bioavailability
617 Differentiating Passenger Vehicles by Fuel Economy: Strategic Incentives and the Cost-Effectiveness of Tradable CAFE Standards
618 Reality Check Plus: Envisioning a Sustainable Maryland
619 Changes in Climate, Pollutant Emissions, and US Air Quality: An Integrating Modeling Study
620 Meta-Analysis and Benefit Transfer at Different Levels of Aggregation: Comparing Group-Averaged and Individual-Level Models Using Hierarchical Bayesian Methods
621 Creating Sustainability Indicators to Assess the Physical, Social, and Economic Values of Greening Cities - A Study of the Million Trees Initiatives in Los Angeles, CA
622 Agglomeration, Retention, and Transport Behavior of Manufactured Nanoparticles in Variably-Saturated Porous Media
623 Partnership for Industrial Ecology in Central Ohio
624 Impact of Global Change on Urban Air Quality via Changes in Mobile Source Emissions, Background Concentrations, and Regional Scale Meteorological Feedbacks
625 Sensitivity of Heterogeneous Atmospheric Mercury Processes to Climate Change
626 Effects of Future Emissions and a Changed Climate on Urban Air Quality
627 Metropolitan Accessibility and Transportation Sustainability: Comparative Indicators for Policy Reform
628 Impact of Climate Change on Air Quality in the U.S.: Investigations With Linked Global- and Regional-Scale Models
629 Ensemble Analyses of the Impact and Uncertainties of Global Change on Regional Air Quality in the U.S.
630 Validation of Benefit-Transfer Functions
631 Measuring the Impact of Particulate Matter Reductions by Environmental Health Outcome Indicators
632 PROJECT 1: Environmental Epidemiology of Autism
633 UC Davis Center for Children’s Environmental Health
634 Rapid and Quantitative Detection of Helicobacter Pylori and E. Coli O157 in Well Water Using a Nano-Wired Biosensor and QPCR
635 PROJECT 2: Immunological Susceptibility in Autism
636 PROJECT 3: Models of Neurosusceptibility
637 Improved Animal Model for Assessment of Allergenic Potential of Foods Through Selective Deletion of T Cells and Global Gene Expression Analysis
638 Simultaneous Concentration and Real-time Detection of Multiple Classes of Microbial Pathogens from Drinking Water
639 Safety Assessment of Dietary Proteins for Allergenicity Using an Adjuvant-Free Mouse Model
640 Appropriate Serum IgE Testing Strategy, Protocols and Serum Donors
641 Risk Assessment of Food Allergenicity by a Data Base Approach
642 Effects of Clouds and Tropospheric Air Quality on Surface UV at 6 UV Research Sites
643 Aquatic Toxicity of Waste Stream Nanoparticles
644 Nanoparticle Toxicity in Zebrafish
645 Improving Methods for Morbidity Valuation and Benefit Transfer
646 Robust Piezoelectric-Excited Millimeter-sized Cantilever Sensors for Detecting Pathogens in Drinking Water at 1 cell/Liter
647 The Economic Value of Health Improvements in Drinking Water
648 The Effect of Surface Coatings on the Environmental and Microbial Fate of Nanoiron and Feoxide Nanoparticles
649 On-Chip PCR, Nanoparticles, and Virulence/Marker Genes for Simultaneous Detection of 20 Waterborne Pathogens and Potential Indicator Organisms
650 A Conceptual and Empirical Framework for Analyzing Information Disclosure Programs
651 A Rapid In Vivo System for Determining Toxicity of Manufactured Nanomaterials
652 Impact of Physiochemical Properties on Skin Absorption of Manufactured Nanomaterials
653 Methodology Development for Manufactured Nanomaterial Bioaccumulation Test
654 Development of High-Throughput and Real-Time Methods for the Detection of Infective Enteric Viruses
655 Quantitative Assessment of Pathogens in Drinking Water
656 The Isolation and Characterization of Naturally-Occurring Amoeba-Resistant Bacteria from Water Samples
657 Development of a Universal Microbial Collector (UMC) for Enteric Pathogens in Water and its Application for the Detection of Contaminant Candidate List Organisms in Water
658 Database and Tools for Investigation of Climate-Mediated Human Disease
659 Development and Evaluation of an Innovative System for the Concentration and Quantitative Detection of CCL Pathogens in Drinking Water
660 Detecting Pathogens in Water by Ultrafiltration and Microarray Analysis
661 A Novel Molecular-Based Approach for Broad Detection of Viable Pathogens in Drinking Water
662 Nonlinear Response of Pacific Northwest Estuaries to Changing Hydroclimatic Conditions: Flood Frequency, Recovery Time and Resilience
663 Non-Linear Response of Prairie Pothole Landscapes to Climate Change and Land Management
664 Quantifying Stream Ecosystem Resilence To Identify Thresholds For Salmon Recovery
665 Development of Molecular Biomarkers to Measure Environmentally Induced Immune Responses
666 Information, Altruism, and Regulation: Evidence from ‘Spare the Air’ Using a Regression Discontinuity Approach
667 An Instrument for Real Time Speciation of Water Soluble Tracers in Atmospheric Particulate Matter
668 Corporate Responses to Information Disclosure: A Comparison of Public and Private Programs
669 The Effects of Financial Distress, Organizational Structure, and Auditing Rules on Firm Emissions
670 Consumer Labeling and Motivation Crowding-Out
671 Evaluating The Impact of Public Disclosure on Polluter Behavior: Evidence from the TRI
672 PON1 as a Predictor of Differential Susceptibility of Children to Organophosphate Pesticides
673 Assessment of Perinatal PBDE Exposure and Related Child Behavioral and Cognitive Developmental Effects
674 Ion Mobility Analysis of Particulate Matter and Gas Phase Precursors
675 Biomarkers Of Health Risks Associated With Environmental Exposure To Arsenic
676 Health Risks from Climate Variability and Change in the Upper Midwest: a Place-based Assessment of Climate-related Morbidity
677 Effects of Nanomaterials on Human Blood Coagulation
678 Development of Receptor- to Population-Level Analytical Tools for Assessing Endocrine Disruptor Exposure in Wastewater-Impacted Estuarine Systems
679 Heat-related Hospital Admissions Among the Elderly: Community, Socio-economic and Medical Determinants of Vulnerability and Economic Impacts
680 Rapid Detection of Trace Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Complex Mixtures: A Full-Spectrum Deconvolution Technique with a UV-Transparent Passive Concentrator
681 Quantifying Ecological Thresholds And Resilience In Stream Ecosystems
682 The Impact of Aerosols, Clouds, and Ozone on Surface UV and Photochemistry in Houston, TX
683 Complex Interactions Between Harmful Phytoplankton and Grazers: Variation in Zebra Mussel Effects Across Nutrient Gradients
684 Evaluating the Impacts of Nanomanufacturing via Thermodynamic and Life Cycle Analysis
685 Effects of Climate Change on Human Health: Current and Future Impacts
686 Microbial Impacts of Engineered Nanoparticles
687 A Valley Fever (Coccidioidomycosis) Public Health Decision Support System Based on Climate and Environmental Changes
688 Chemical Fate, Biopersistance, and Toxicology of Inhaled Carbonaceous Nanoscale Materials
689 Structure-function Relationships in Engineered Nanomaterial Toxicity
690 Mechanistic Dosimetry Models of Nanomaterial Deposition in the Respiratory Tract
691 Developing Rapid Assessment Tools to Evaluate the Biological Effects of Complex and Biologically Active Chemical Mixtures
692 Integrated Microfluidic System for Bioluminescent Bioreporting, Separations, Vibrational Spectroscopy, and Microcantilever Transducer Evaluation of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
693 Cellular Uptake and Toxicity of Dendritic Nanomaterials: An Integrated Physicochemical and Toxicogenomics Study
694 Acute and Developmental Toxicity of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles in Fish and Frogs
695 Fate and Transport of Carbon Nanomaterials in Unsaturated and Saturated Soils
696 Harvard Particle Center
697 Integrating Innovative Biomarkers of Environmentally Induced Disease for Children in Agricultural Communities
698 Assessment of the Environmental Impacts of Nanotechnology on Organisms and Ecosystems
699 Development and Application of the DORIAN (Dose-Response Information Analysis) System
700 Hepatocyte Metabolism Model for Xenobiotics
701 Development of Computational Tools for Optimal Identification of Biological Networks
702 Cheminformatics Tools for Toxicant Characterization
703 Optimization Tools for In Silico Structural Proteomics
704 Short-term Chronic Toxicity of Photocatalytic Nanoparticles to Bacteria, Algae, and Zooplankton
705 A Watershed Classification System and Geomorphic Tool to Predict Habitat Variables in the Western Allegheny Plateau Ecoregion: Toward Refined Biocriteria and Stressor Identification of Impaired Streams
706 Mast Cell Mediated Cardiac Effects of Particulate Matter
707 Southern California Particle Center (SCPC)
708 San Joaquin Valley Aerosol Health Effects Research Center (SAHERC)
709 Systems Approach to Assessing Cumulative Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
710 Role of Particle Agglomeration in Nanoparticle Toxicity
711 The Bioavailability, Toxicity, and Trophic Transfer of Manufactured ZnO Nanoparticles: A View from the Bottom
712 Project 2: The Role of Oxidative Stress in PM-induced Adverse Health Effects
713 The Chemical Properties of PM and their Toxicological Implications
714 Rochester PM Center: Source-Specific Health Effects of Ultrafine/Fine Particles
715 Oxidative Stress Responses to PM Exposure in Elderly Individuals With Coronary Heart Disease
716 Estimation of the Risks to Human Health of PM and PM Components
717 PM Characterization and Exposure Assessment (Project 2)
718 Biological Assessment of the Toxicity of PM and PM Components
719 Characterization and Source Apportionment
720 Valuation of Regional Ecological Response to Acidification and Techniques for Transferring Estimates
721 Meta-Regression Analysis of Recreation Valuation and Demand Elasticities: Identifying and Correcting Publication Selection Bias to Improve Benefit Transfer
722 Improved Valuation of Ecological Benefits Associated with Aquatic Living Resources: Development and Testing of Indicator-Based Stated Preference Valuation and Transfer
723 Cardiovascular Responses in the Normative Aging Study: Exploring the Pathways of Particle Toxicity
724 Toxicological Evaluation of Realistic Emission Source Aerosol (TERESA): Investigation of Vehicular Emissions
725 Epidemiological Studies on Extra Pulmonary Effects of Fresh and Aged Urban Aerosols from Different Sources
726 Human Clinical Studies of Concentrated Ambient Ultrafine and Fine Particles
727 Project 4 -- Transport and Fate Particles
728 Project 1 -- Pulmonary Metabolic Response
729 Endothelial Cell Responses to PM—In Vitro and In Vivo
730 Project 5 -- Architecture Development and Particle Deposition
731 Ultrafine Particles on and Near Freeways
732 Cardiovascular Toxicity of Concentrated Ambient Fine, Ultrafine and Coarse Particles in Controlled Human Exposures
733 Assessing Toxicity of Local and Transported Particles Using Animal Models Exposed to CAPs
734 Cardiovascular Effects of Mobile Source Exposures: Effects of Particles and Gaseous Co-pollutants
735 Project 3 -- Inhalation Exposure Assessment of San Joaquin Valley Aerosol
736 Contribution of Primary and Secondary PM Sources to Exposure & Evaluation of Their Relative Toxicity
737 Animal models: Cardiovascular Disease, CNS Injury and Ultrafine Particle Biokinetics
738 Ultrafine Particle Cell Interactions In Vitro: Molecular Mechanisms Leading To Altered Gene Expression in Relation to Particle Composition
739 Environmental Bioinformatics and Computational Toxicology Center
740 Carolina Environmental Bioinformatics Center
741 Johns Hopkins Particulate Matter Research Center
742 Eutrophication Thresholds – Assessment, Mitigation, and Resilience in Landscapes and Lakes
743 The Center for Advancing Microbial Risk Assessment (CAMRA)
744 Determination of Ecological Thresholds Through an Historical Perspective of Trophic Dynamics
745 Hysteretic Accumulation and Release of Nanomaterials in the Vadose Zone
746 Land Use Land Cover Change Governing Watershed Nitrogen Threshold And Stream Water Quality
747 Thresholds And Multiple Stable States In Southern New England Shallow Water Estuarine Communties
748 Fate and Transformation of C60 Nanoparticles in Water Treatment Processes
749 Current-Use Pesticides: Assessing Exposure and Spermatoxicity
750 Ecological Thresholds and Responses of Stream Benthic Communities to Heavy Metals
751 Retrospective Analysis Of A Multi-Decadal Phytoplankton Time-Series In Naragansett Bay: Stressors, Resilience, Change, And Ecological Thresholds
752 Constructing Probability Surfaces of Ecological Changes in Coastal Aquatic Systems Through Retrospective Analysis of Phragmites Australis Invasion and Expansion
753 Effects of Climate Change On Ecosystem Services Provided By Hawaiian Coral Reefs
754 Validation of Diesel Exhaust Biomarkers
755 Perceptions of and Exposure to Arsenic in Private and Public Drinking Water Among Households
756 Linking Impacts of Climate Change to Carbon and Phosphorus Dynamics Along a Salinity Gradient in Tidal Marshes
757 Interaction of Ecosystems, Fires, Air Quality and Climate Change in the Southeast
758 Ecosystem Thresholds and Alternate States In Great Plains Rivers and Streams: Cascading Effects of Anthropogenic Hydrologic Disturbance
759 Explaining Variation in Corporate Environmental Performance
760 Investigation of the Effects of Changing Climate on Fires and the Consequences for U.S. Air Quality, Using a Hierarchy of Chemistry and Climate Models
761 Effect of Sea Level Rise and Climate Variability on Ecosystem Services of Tidal Marshes
762 Climate-Linked Alteration of Ecosystem Services in Tidal Salt Marshes of Georgia and Louisiana
763 Investigation of the Interactions between Climate Change, Biomass, Forest Fires, and Air Quality with an Integrated Modeling Approach
764 Connectivity in Marine Seascapes: Predicting Ecological and Socioeconomic Costs of Climate Change on Coral Reef Ecosystems
765 Why Do Plants Comply with Environmental Regulations? The Importance of Enforcement Activity, Abatement Costs, and Community Pressure
766 A Statistical Modeling Methodology for the Detection, Quantification, and Prediction of Ecological Thresholds
767 Methodology for Assessing the Effects of Technological and Economic Changes on the Location, Timing and Ambient Air Quality Impacts of Power Sector Emissions
768 Development of a Tagged Species Source Apportionment Algorithm to Characterize 3-Dimensional Transport and Transformation of Precursors and Secondary Pollutants
769 New Technologies for Source Apportionment
770 Valuing Morbidity Using Willingness to Pay and Health Utility Measures
771 Pulmonary Biomarkers Based on Alterations in Protein Expression Following Exposure to Arsenic
772 Polar Organic Compounds in Fine Particles from the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut Regional Airshed
773 Linking Food Web Structure, Grazer Toxin Resistance and Ecological Stoichiometry in Understanding Harmful Algal Blooms
774 Integrating Economic and Biophysical Models to Assess the Impacts of Water Quality Trading
775 Community-Randomized Intervention Trial with UV Disinfection for Estimating the Risk of Pediatric Illness from Municipal Groundwater Consumption
776 Near Real-Time Speciation of Organic Aerosols for Source Apportionment
777 Environmental Liability, Corrective Expenditures, and Redevelopment of Industrial Sites
778 Bayesian and Adjoint Inverse Model Analysis of PM Sources in the United States Using Observations from Surface, Aircraft, and Satellite Platforms
779 Modeling the Effects of Land Use and Technology Change on Future Air Quality in the Upper Midwestern United States
780 Domoic Acid Kinetics and Trophic Transfer in Shellfish: An Integrated Laboratory and Estuarine Mesocosm Study
781 Evaluation of Regional Scale Receptor Modeling
782 Designing Incentives for Private Maintenance and Restoration of Coastal Wetlands
783 Transformation of Halogenated PBTs with Nanoscale Bimetallic Particles
784 Integrated Source/Receptor-Based Methods for Source Apportionment and Area of Influence Analysis
785 Examining Epidemiologic and Environmental Factors Associated with Microbial Risks from Drinking Water
786 Predicting the Relative Impacts of Urban Development Policies and On-Road Vehicle Technologies on Air Quality in the United States: Modeling and Analysis of a Case Study in Austin, Texas
787 Development of a BBPK Model for the Thyroid Axis in the Pregnant Rat and Fetus for the Dose Response Analysis of Developmental Neurotoxicity
788 Low-Dose Effects of Thyroid Toxicants on Neurodevelopment
789 Using Carbohydrates as Molecular Markers to Determine the Contribution of Agricultural Soil to Ambient Fine and Course PM
790 Addressing Temporal Correlation, Incomplete Source Profile Information, and Varying Source Profiles in the Source Apportionment of Particulate Matter
791 Air Quality, Emissions, Growth, and Change: A Method to Prescribe a Desirable Future
792 Highly Time-Resolved Source Apportionment Techniques for Organic Aerosols Using the Aerodyne Aerosol Mass Spectrometer
793 Biomarkers of PAH Exposure and Asthma in an Inner City Birth Cohort
794 Low Dose Effects of In Utero Exposure to Cadmium on Puberty
795 Bayesian Methods for Characterizing Complex Multivariate Exposures
796 Source-Apportionment of Primary Organic Carbon in the Eastern United States Combining Receptor-Models, Chemical Transport Models, and Laboratory Oxidation Experiments
797 Volunteering for State Cleanup Programs
798 Cyanobacteria and Cyanotoxins in Water Supply Reservoirs – to Develop and Validate a Microarray to Test for Cyanobacteria and Cyanotoxin Genes in Drinking Water Reservoirs as an Aid to Risk Assessment and Management of Water Supplies
799 Economic Effects of HABs on Coastal Communities and Shellfish Culture in Florida
800 Spatial Exposure Models for Assessing the Relation Between Air Pollution and Childhood Asthma at the Intra-urban Scale
801 The Market for RECLAIM Trading Credits: A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation of Intertemporal Trading and Cost Effectiveness
802 Development of a Virulence Factor Biochip and its Validation for Microbial Risk Assessment in Drinking Water
803 A Long Term Integrated Framework Linking Urban Development, Demographic Trends and Technology Changes to Stationary and Mobile Source Emissions
804 Correlation of the CALUX Screening Assay with the HRGC/MS Measurement of Serum TCDD
805 Using a Sensitive Japanese Medaka (Oryzias latipes) Fish Model for Endocrine Disruptors Screening
806 Institutions for Removing Information Asymmetries in the Market for Corporate Environmental Performance
807 Regional Development, Population Trend, and Technology Change Impacts on Future Air Pollution Emissions in the San Joaquin Valley
808 Diesel-induced Vascular Dysfunction: Role of Endothelin
809 Responses of Lung Cells to Metals in Manufactured Nanoparticles
810 The Economics of Environmental Vulnerability: Epidemiology, Household Status, and Air Pollution
811 Impacts of Manufactured Nanomaterials on Human Health and the Environment - A Focus on Nanoparticulate Aerosol and Atmospherically Processed Nanoparticulate Aerosol
812 Fate, Transformation and Toxicity of Manufactured Nanomaterials in Drinking Water
813 Transformations of Biologically-Conjugated CdSe Quantum Dots Released Into Water and Biofilms
814 Responses to Fresh Aerosol in Susceptible Subjects
815 Evaluating Nanoparticle Interactions with Skin
816 Integrating Land Use, Transportation, and Air Quality Modeling
817 Stimulation of Toxic Blooms of the Diatom Pseudo-nitzschia spp. by Urban River Discharge into Southern California Coastal Waters
818 Chemical Induced Changes in Gene Expression Patterns Along the HPG-axis at Different Organizational Levels Using a Small Animal Model (Japanese medaka)
819 Iron Oxide Nanoparticle-Induced Oxidative Stress and Inflammation
820 Drinking Water Quality and Emergency Visits for Gastroenteritis in Atlanta
821 Testing for Efficiency of the SO2 Allowance Market
822 Advanced Modeling System for Forecasting Regional Development, Travel Behavior, and Spatial Pattern of Emissions
823 Air Pollution Role in Hypertension and Heart Attacks
824 Estrogen Elicited Gene Expression Network Elucidation in the Rat Uterus
825 Chemical and Biological Behavior of Carbon Nanotubes in Estuarine Sedimentary Systems
826 Physical and Chemical Determinants of Nanofiber/Nanotube Toxicity
827 Adsorption and Release of Contaminants onto Engineered Nanoparticles
828 Prospective Study of Atherosclerosis, Clinical Cardiovascular Disease, and Long-Term Exposure to Ambient Particulate Matter and Other Air Pollutants in a Multi-Ethnic Cohort (MESA Air)
829 Regional Cardiac Blood Flow with Air Particle Exposure
830 Air Pollutants: Cardiovascular Effects and Mechanisms
831 Concordance Analysis of Probabilistic Aggregate Exposure Assessment and Biomarkers of Exposure
832 Systems Biology Modeling of Fathead Minnow Response to Endocrine Disruptors
833 Repercussion of Carbon Based Manufactured Nanoparticles on Microbial Processes in Environmental Systems
834 Health Effects of Inhaled Nanomaterials
835 Metal Mixtures and Children’s Health
836 Exposure Assessment of Children and Metals in Mining Waste: Composition, Environmental Transport, and Exposure Patterns
837 Metals Neurotoxicity Research Project
838 Manganese, Iron, Cadmium, and Lead Transport from the Environment to Critical Organs During Gestation and Early Development in a Rat Model
839 "Collaborative Proposal" On Optimal-Control Strategies Based On Comprehensive Modeling And System-Interaction Analyses For Energy-Efficient And Reduced-Emission Fuel-Cell-Energy-Conversion Technologies For Hybrid Stationary And Non-Stationary Applications
840 Carbon-Carbon Bond Formations in Water and Other Alternative Media
841 Cellulosic Carbon Fiber Precursors from Ionic Liquid Solutions
842 Pretreatment of Agricultural Residues Using Aqueous Ammonia for Fractionation and High Yield Saccharification
843 Metals, Nutrition, and Stress in Child Development
844 Center for Children's Environmental Health Research
845 Center for Children’s Environmental Health Research – CHAMACOS Community Based Research Project
846 Center for Children’s Environmental Health Research – Pesticide Exposure Assessment Project
847 Integrated Modeling and Ecological Valuation
848 Center for Children’s Environmental Health Research – Community Outreach and Translation Core
849 Midwest Hazardous Substance Research Center Training and Technical Assistance to Brownfields Communities (MHSRC-TTAB) Program
850 The Stability of Values for Ecosystem Services: Tools for Evaluating the Potential for Benefits Transfers
851 Center for Children’s Environmental Health Research – Mechanisms of Pesticide Neuro- and Immunotoxicity
852 Training and Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TTAB) Communities for the Western Region
853 Iakotisa'tstentsera:wis Ne Ohontsia: Reducing Risk by Restoring Relationships
854 Rocky Mountain Training and Technical Assistance to Brownfields Communities (RM-TTAB) Program
855 A Consistent Framework for Valuation of Wetland Ecosystem Services Using Discrete Choice Methods
856 Generation of Hydrogen Peroxide in CO2 from H2 and O2 and Subsequent Green Oxidations
857 A Watershed Classification System for Improved Monitoring and Restoration: Landscape Indicators of Watershed Impairment
858 Development and Evaluation of a Methodology for Determining Air Pollution Emissions Relative to Geophysical and Societal Change
859 Enhancing Properties of Polylactides
860 "Collaborative Proposal" on Optimal-Control Strategies Based on Comprehensive Modeling and System-Interaction Analyses for Energy-Efficient and Reduced-Emission Fuel-Cell-Energy-Systems: Power Electronics Subsystems
861 Plant-Derived Materials to Enhance the Performance of Polyurethane Materials
862 A Coupled Measurement-Modeling Approach to Improve Biogenic Emission Estimates: Application to Future Air Quality Assessments
863 Collaborative Research: Cost-Effective Production of Baculovirus Insecticides (TSE03-D)
864 Sustainable Biodegradable Green Nanocomposites From Bacterial Bioplastic For Automotive Applications
865 Carbon Dioxide Soluble Binders for Environmentally Benign Metal Forming Operations
866 Reduced Atmospheric Methane Consumption By Temperate Forest Soils Under Elevated Atmospheric CO2
867 Design of Novel Petroleum Free Metalworking Fluids
868 New Biogenic VOC Emissions Model
869 A Hierarchical Classification System for Identifying Restoration and Protection Priorities in Mined Appalachian Watersheds
870 Application of Thermal Desorption GCMS (TD-GCMS) for the Analysis of Polar and Non-Polar Semi-Volatile and Particle-Phase Molecular Markers for Source Attribution
871 Genetic Enhancement of Baculovirus Stability in Continuous Culture
872 An Integrated Framework for Estimating Long-Term Mobile Source Emissions Linking Land Use, Transportation and Economic Behavior
873 Fundamental Understanding and Performance Enhancement of Conductive Adhesive for Microelectronic Packaging Applications
874 Collaborative Research: Metabolic Engineering of E. coli Sugar-Utilization Regulatory Systems for the Consumption of Plant Biomass Sugars
875 Solvent Properties of Ionic Liquids: Enabling the Assessment of Ionic Liquids for Clean, Environmentally Benign Technologies
876 A Novel Adsorption Technology for Small-Scale Treatment of Arsenic
877 Comprehensive Tools to Assess Environmental Impacts of and Improve the Design of Semiconductor Equipment and Processes
878 Electrocatalysis for Environmentally Friendly Energy Production Systems
879 A New Approach for Reducing Global Warming Emissions from Etching by Controlling Ion Energy and Neutral Fluxes
880 Collaborative Efforts Between CEER-GOM and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-Gulf Ecology Division (GED)
881 Environmental Contaminants in Foodstuffs of Siberian Yu’piks from St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
882 Model-based Clustering for Classification of Aquatic Systems and Diagnosis of Ecological Stress
883 Stream Classification for TMDL Assessment Using a Dimensionless, Reference Reach Approach
884 Children’s Environmental Health Center
885 Pollution-Enhanced Allergic Inflammation and Phase II Enzymes
886 Community-Based Participatory Research Project
887 Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health
888 Administrative Core
889 Community Translation and Application Core (COTAC)
890 Exposure Assessment Facility Core
891 Data Management, Statistics and Community Impact Modeling Core
892 Pesticides, Endocrine Disruptors, Childhood Growth and Development (Birth Cohort)
893 Growing Up Healthy in East Harlem (Community-Based Participatory Research)
894 Genetics of Phthalate and Bisphenol A Risk in Minority Populations (Individual Susceptibility)
895 Community-Based Intervention Project: Reduction of Exposure and Risk from Pesticides and Allergens
896 Growth and Development Research Project: Prenatal and Postnatal Urban Pollutants and Neurobehavioral Developmental Outcomes
897 Center for Child Environmental Health Risks Research
898 Research Project on Asthma: Prenatal and Postnatal Urban Pollutants and Childhood Asthma
899 Mechanistic Research Project
900 Molecular Mechanisms of Pesticide-Induced Developmental Toxicity
901 Genetic Susceptibility to Pesticides
902 Pesticide Exposure Pathways Research Project
903 Urban Air Pollution and Persistent Early Life Asthma
904 Inner City Toxicants, Child Growth and Development
905 Air Pollution, Exhaled Breath Markers, and Asthma in Susceptible Children
906 Dendritic Cell Activation by Particulate Matter and Allergen
907 Mechanisms of Particulate-Induced Allergic Asthma
908 The Epidemiology of Susceptibility to Airborne Particulates and Allergens to Asthma in African Americans
909 A Randomized Controlled Trial of Behavior Changes in Home Exposure Control
910 Johns Hopkins Center for Childhood Asthma in the Urban Environment
911 Impacts of Climate Change and Land Cover Change on Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds (BVOCs) Emissions in Texas
912 Linking Watershed Characteristics with Flow Regime and Geomorphic Context to Diagnose Water Quality Impairment at Multiple Spatiotemporal Scales
913 A Novel Ion Exchange Process for Selective Removal of As(V) and Enhanced Stability of Process Residuals
914 Life Cycle Analysis of Biolubricants for Aluminum Rolling
915 Emissions Inventory and Process Reconciliation Using Molecular Markers and Hybrid/Inverse Photochemical Modeling with Direct Sensitivity Analysis
916 A Novel Approach to Ultra-Deep Desulfurization of Transportation Fuels by Sulfur-Selective Adsorption for Pollution Prevention at the Source
917 Environmentally Benign Synthesis Of Sodium Hydroxide Without Chlorine Using Ion Exchange Fibers
918 An Improved Method for Establishing Water Quality Criteria for Mining Impacted Streams
919 Assessment of Electrokinetic Injection of Amendments for Remediation of Acid Mine Drainage
920 Metal Toxicity Thresholds for Important Reclamation Plant Species of the Rocky Mountains
921 Development and Application of a Bioluminescent Yeast-Reporter System for Screening Chemicals for Estrogenic and Androgenic Effects
922 Evaluation and Minimization of Organic Aerosol Sampling Artifacts Using Impactors and Quartz Fiber Filter Denuders
923 Atmospheric Aerosols from Biogenic Hydrocarbon Oxidation
924 Modified Natural Zeolite (Mnz) as a Selective Sorbent for Simultaneous Removal of Arsenites and Arsenates
925 Particle Sampler for On-Line Chemical and Physical Characterization of Particulate Organics
926 Development of Advanced Factor Analysis Methods for Carbonaceous PM Source Identification and Apportionment
927 Advancing ATOFMS to a Quantitative Tool for Source Apportionment
928 Source-Oriented Chemical Transport Model for Primary and Secondary Organic Aerosol
929 A High Throughput Zebrafish Embryo Gene Expression System for Screening Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
930 Development and Application of a Mass Spectra-Volatility Database of Combustion and Secondary Organic Aerosol Sources for the Aerodyne Aerosol Mass Spectrometer
931 Reactive Transport Modeling of Metal Removal From Anaerobic Biozones
932 Development and Characterization of Microbial Inocula for High-Performance Passive Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage
933 Decision Making and Valuation for Environmental Policy
934 Measurement, Modeling and Analysis Methods for Airborne Carbonaceous Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5)
935 Investigation of Toxic Raphidophyte Population Dynamics Using Molecular and Physiological Tools
936 Chemical Degradation Pathways for the Natural Attenuation of Marine Biotoxins
937 Aethalometric Liquid Chromatographic Mass Spectrometric Instrument
938 Integrating the Thermal Behavior and Optical Properties of Carbonaceous Particles: Theory, Laboratory Studies, and Application to Field Data
939 Contingent Valuation for Ecological and Noncancer Effects within an Integrated Human Health and Ecological Risk Framework
940 Potential Transport of Harmful Algae through Relocation of Bivalve Molluscs
941 Secondary and Regional Contributions to Organic PM: A Mechanistic Investigation of Organic PM in the Eastern and Southern United States
942 Atmospheric Processing of Organic Particulate Matter: Formation, Properties, Long Range Transport, and Removal
943 Mechanistic Approach to Screening Chemicals and Mixtures for Endocrine Activity Using an Invertebrate Model
944 Family Decision Making and the Value of Preventing Childhood Developmental Impairment
945 Graft Polymerization as a Route to Control Nanofiltration Membrane Surface Properties to Manage Risk of EPA Candidate Contaminants and Reduce NOM Fouling
946 Compound Specific Imprinted Nanospheres for Optical Sensing
947 Effect of Diesel Exhaust Particulate Exposures on Endothelial Function in Humans: The Role of Oxidative Stress
948 Lifestyles and Cultural Practices of Tribal Populations And Risks from Toxic Substances in the Environment
949 Risks to Northern Alaskan Inupiat: Assessing Potential Effects of Oil Contamination on Subsistence Lifestyles, Health, and Nutrition
950 Secondary Aerosol Formation from Gas and Particle Phase Reactions of Aromatic Hydrocarbons
951 Predicting and Valuing Species Populations in an Integrated Economic/Ecosystem Model
952 Development of Coupled Physical and Ecological Models for Stress-Response Simulations of the Apalachicola Bay Regional Ecosystem
953 Fundamental Experimental and Modeling Studies of Secondary Organic Aerosol
954 Reducing Risks of the Anishinaabe from Methylmercury
955 Environmental Tobacco Smoke, Biomarkers, and Childhood Asthma
956 Structural Benefits Transfer: Tying Utility Theory to Ecosystem Valuation
957 Development of a Regional-Scale Model for the Management of Multiple-Stressors in the Lake Erie Ecosystem
958 Dynamic Adjustment to Incentive-Based Environmental Policy to Improve Efficiency and Performance
959 An Experimental Economics Examination of Incentive Mechanisms for Reducing Ambient Water Pollution Levels from Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution
960 Hazardous Waste Compliance and the Influence of Federal Initiatives, State Programs, and Corporate Characteristics