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Water Biosensor Challenge to Address Toxicity of Water (PRESENTATION)
An ongoing concern for water treatment systems and resource managers is the need to monitor for the presence of increasing number of pollutants from agricultural, municipal, and industrial outfalls that are present in U.S. source waters. The associated environmental compounds can...
Addressing Toxicity of Water using the Challenge Process (PRESENTATION)
Exposure concerns from an increasing number of pollutants in US waters requires the need for better monitoring. The pollutants are diverse and can include pesticides, heavy metals, personal care products, natural toxins such as cyanobacterial toxins, and a host of other organic ...
Defining the relationship between individuals’ aggregate and maximum source-specific exposures (PRESENTATION)
The concepts of aggregate and source-specific exposures play an important role in chemical risk management. The concepts of aggregate and source-specific exposures play an important role in chemical risk management. Aggregate exposure to a chemical refers to combined exposures fr...
National Lakes Assessment: A Collaborative Survey of the Nation's Lakes (PUBLISHED REPORT)
The National Lakes Assessment A Collaborative Survey of the Nation's Lakes presents the results of an unprecedented assessment of the nation’s lakes. This report is part of the National Aquatic Resource Surveys, a series of statistically based surveys designed to provide the pub...
National Coastal Condition Assessment Report 2010 (PUBLISHED REPORT)
This National Coastal Condition Assessment 2010 (NCCA 2010) is the fifth in a series of reports assessing the condition of the coastal waters of the United States, including a vast array of estuarine, Great Lakes, and coastal embayment waters. It is part of the National Aquatic R...
National Rivers and Streams Assessment 2008-2009: A Collaborative Survey (PUBLISHED REPORT)
The National Rivers and Streams Assessment 2008–2009: A Collaborative Survey (NRSA) presents the results of an unprecedented assessment of the nation’s rivers and streams. This report is part of the National Aquatic Resource Surveys, a series of statistically based surveys design...
National Wetland Condition Assessment 2011: A Collaborative Survey of the Nation's Wetlands (PUBLISHED REPORT)
The National Wetland Condition Assessment 2011: A Collaborative Survey presents the results of an unprecedented assessment of the nation’s wetlands. This report is part of the National Aquatic Resource Surveys, a series of statistically based surveys designed to provide the publi...
National Lakes Assessment 2012: A Collaborative Survey of Lakes in the United States (PUBLISHED REPORT)
The National Lakes Assessment 2012: A Collaborative Survey of Lakes in the United States presents the results of a second evaluation of the lakes in the United States. This report is part of the National Aquatic Resource Surveys, a series of statistically based surveys designed t...
Water Network Tool for Resilience (WNTR) User Manual - (PUBLISHED REPORT)
The Water Network Tool for Resilience (WNTR) is a new Python package designed to simulate and analyze resilience of water distribution networks to a variety of disaster scenarios. WNTR can help water utilities to explore the capacity of their systems to handle disasters and gui...
Persistence of Non-pathogenic Bacillus Spores on Sewer Infrastructure Surfaces and Assessment of Decontamination Using Chlorine (PUBLISHED REPORT)
Report
Correlation of Traditional Water Quality Parameters with Metal Concentrations in Permeable Pavement Infiltrate (PRESENTATION)
EPA constructed a 4,000-m2 parking lot for research and demonstration of three permeable pavements [permeable interlocking concrete pavers (PICP), pervious concrete (PC), and porous asphalt (PA)] at the Edison Environmental Center in Edison, NJ in 2009. Infiltrate samples from e...
Water System Adaptation to Hydrological Changes: Module 1, Introduction to Water System Adaptation (PRESENTATION)
Contemporary water management requires resilience, the ability to meet ever increasing water needs, and capacity to adapt to abrupt or transient changes in water quality and availability. For this purpose, effective adaptation to extreme hydrological events (e.g. intense storms, ...
Home Plumbing Simulator for the Study of Copper and Lead Corrosion and Release, Disinfectant Demand, Biofilm Activity and General Water Quality (PRESENTATION)
Presentation at the Ohio AWWA meeting, 2017 September.
Developing Sediment Remediation Goals at Superfund Sites Based on Pore Water for the Protection of Benthic Organisms from Direct Toxicity to Non-ionic Organic Contaminants (PUBLISHED REPORT)
This document contains a methodology for developing interstitial water remediation goals (IWRGs) for nonionic organic pollutants (toxicants) in sediments for the protection of benthic organisms. The document provides the basis for using the final chronic values (FCVs) from EPA’s...
Treatment of Perfluorinated Alkyl Substances in Wash Water Using Granular Activated Carbon and Mixed-Media (PUBLISHED REPORT)
Report
Sorption of cesium onto the mineral phases and cement of concrete and desorption into simple salt solutions (JOURNAL)
Journal article
Tillamook Estuary Case Study: Local Drivers Influencing Coastal Acidification (PRESENTATION)
US EPA initiated a study in the Tillamook estuary and watershed focused on the impact of changes in watershed land use, ocean conditions, and weather on estuarine water quality and ecosystem goods and services production within the estuary. This project is a collaboration betwee...
Qualitative Assessment: Evaluating the Impacts of Climate Change on Endangered Species Act Recovery Actions for the South Fork Nooksack River, WA (PUBLISHED REPORT)
The South Fork Nooksack River (South Fork) is located in northwest Washington State and is home to nine species of Pacific salmon, including Nooksack early Chinook (aka, spring Chinook salmon), an iconic species for the Nooksack Indian Tribe. The quantity of salmon in the South F...
EPA H2O Software Tool (DATA)
EPA H2O allows user to: Understand the significance of EGS in Tampa Bay watershed; visually analyze spatial distribution of the EGS in Tampa Bay watershed; obtain map and summary statistics of EGS values in Tampa Bay watershed; analyze and compare potential impacts of development...
Land Use. (BOOK CHAPTER)
Land use in the Narragansett Bay Watershed (NBW) is subject to conversion, and these changes influence the Watershed’s hydrologic functions. Changes of natural habitat such as wetlands and forests to urban lands have impacted how water is delivered to rivers and lakes, to g...
Population (BOOK CHAPTER)
Population growth influences many stressors on Narragansett Bay and its Watershed, including all landscape and chemical stressors discussed in other chapters of this report. In numerous ways, population growth affects the condition of the Bay ecosystem, Watershed ecosystem, and h...
Water Network Tool for Resilience (WNTR) User Manual (PUBLISHED REPORT)
manual
Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Tutorial - Primer (PUBLISHED REPORT)
This document provides a Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment (QMRA) primer that organizes QMRA tutorials. The tutorials describe functionality of a QMRA infrastructure, guide the user through software use and assessment options, provide step-by-step instructions for implementi...
Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Tutorial Installation of Software for Watershed Modeling in Support of QMRA - Updated 2017 (PUBLISHED REPORT)
This tutorial provides instructions for accessing, retrieving, and downloading the following software to install on a host computer in support of Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment (QMRA) modeling: • QMRA Installation • SDMProjectBuilder (which includes the Mi...
Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Tutorial - SDMProjectBuilder: Import Local Data Files to Identify and Modify Contamination Sources and Input ParametersUpdated 2017 (PUBLISHED REPORT)
Twelve example local data support files are automatically downloaded when the SDMProjectBuilder is installed on a computer. They allow the user to modify values to parameters that impact the release, migration, fate, and transport of microbes within a watershed, and control delin...