1. Introduction, background, and project objectives -- 2. Materials and methods -- 3. RO isolation and resin fractionation of DOM and their impact on HAA and THM formation -- 4. HAA formation pathways and kinetics during chloramination and the practical implications -- 5. HAA formation from DOM and DOM fractions during chloramination -- 6. Conclusions and recommendations -- Appendix A. Low vs. high background ammonia experiments of Greenville water -- Appendix B. Low vs. high background ammonia experiments of Myrtle Beach water -- Appendix C. Quenching agent effect (Na2SO3 vs. NH4Cl) at pH 6 and pH 9 for Myrtle Beach water -- Appendix D. Quenching agent effect (Na2SO3 vs. NH4Cl for DOC=3.1 ppm, Br/DOC=8 mg/mg, pH 7) for Spartanburg water -- Appendix E. HAA kinetic experiments for Greenville, Myrtle Beach, and Spartanburg RO isolates -- Appendix F. HAA kinetic experiments for HPO, TPH, and HPI DOM fractions of Greenville and Myrtle Beach waters -- Appendix G. 72-HR HAA yields of DOM fractions.