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2010 Level III Scientific and Technological Achievement Awards (STAA) Awarded Nominations

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Level I | Level II | Level III | Honorable Mentions

The Science Advisory Board STAA nomination review committee elected not to review the nominations submitted to the Project and Research Reports Pilot Category. ORD is currently seeking other means of recognizing these accomplishments.

Level III awards - are for those who have accomplished an unusually notable research or technological effort. The awards are for a substantial revision or modification of a scientific/technological principle or procedure, or an important improvement to the value of a device, activity, program, or service to the public. Awarded research relates to a mission or organizational component of the EPA, or significantly affects a relevant area of science/technology.

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Nominations Recommended for a Level III Award ($2,000) -- Total of Forty-Six
Nom. # Publication Title & Full Citation Eligible Authors Ineligible Authors Lab/Office/Institution Citation
S10CS0005 (1) Demonstration of Advanced Emission Controls for Nonroad SI Class II Engines
SAE Technical Paper presented at the 2009 SAE Powertrain, Fuels and Lubricants Conference, Florence, (SAE 2009-01-189):13 (2009)
(2) New Exhaust Catalyst Emission Control Systems for Nonroad SI Class I Engines
SAE Technical Paper presented at the 2009 SAE Powertrain, Fuels and Lubricants Conference, Florence, (SAE 2009-01-190):15 (2009)
Joseph F. McDonald
Brian A. Olson
Marc Murawski
OTAQ, Ann Arbor, MI Exceptional Technological Achievement Demonstrating the Feasibility of Modern Nonroad SI Emission Control Systems
S10EE0010 Hydrophobic Zeolite-Silicone Rubber Mixed Matrix Membranes for Ethanol-Water Separation: Effect of Zeolite and Silicone Component Selection on Pervaporation Performance
Journal of Membrane Science, 308:230-241 (2008)
Leland M. Vane
Vasudevan V. Namboodiri
Travis C. Bowen
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH Developing Membranes Capable of Reducing the Energy and Greenhouse-Gas Footprints of Renewable Alcohol-Based Fuels
S10EP0011 Technical Challenges Involved in Implementation of VOC Reactivity-Based Control of Ozone
Environmental Science and Technology, 42(5):1615-1622 (2008)
Deborah Luecken
Michelle Mebust
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Contributing to the Understanding of How Individual VOC Reactivity Can be Used to Reduce Ozone
S10ER0012 (1) Multispatial-Scale Variation in Benthic an Snag-Surface Macroinvertebrate Assemblages in Mid-continent US Great Rivers
Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 28(1):122-141 (2009)
(2) Multmetric Macroinvertebrate Indices for Mid-Continent US Great Rivers
Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 28(4):785-804 (2009)
Theodore (Ted) R. Angradi
David W. Bolgrien
Terri M. Jicha
Mark S. Pearson
Debra L. Taylor
Brian H. Hill
NHEERL, Duluth, MN Advancing the Science of Large River Monitoring and Assessment
S10ER0013 Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Fish: Developing Exposure Indicators and Predictive Models of Effects Based on Mechanism of Action
Aquatic Toxicology, 92:168-178 (2009)
Gerald Ankley
Daniel Villeneuve
David Bencic
Kathleen Jensen
Michael Breen
Timothy Collette
Rory Conolly
Stephen Edwards
Drew Ekman
James Lazorchak
David Miller
Rong-Lin Wang
Nancy Denslow
Natalia Garcia-Reyero
Dalma Martinovic
Edward Perkins
Edward Orlando
Karen Watanabe
NHEERL, Duluth, MN Applying Mechanistic Toxicology to Ecological Risk Assessment of Endocrine-Active Chemicals
S10ER0018 Multiple Regression Models for Hindcasting and Forecasting Midsummer Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico
Ecological Applications, 19(5):1161-1175 (2009)
John C. Lehrter
Richard M. Greene
James D. Hagy, III
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Providing New Models and Improved Capabilities to Evaluate Dual Nutrient Management Strategies to Address Gulf Hypoxia and Water Quality
S10ER0023 Cumulative Effects of Coastal Habitat Alterations on Fishery Resources: Toward Prediction at Regional Scales
Ecology and Society, 14(1):16 pp Onl (2009)
Stephen J. Jordan
Lisa M. Smith
Janet A. Nestlerode
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Demonstrating the Importance of Coastal Habitats for the Health of Coastal Aquatic Ecosystems and Resources
S10ER0024 (1) Mechanistic Approach to Understanding the Toxicity of the Azole Fungicide Triadimefon to a Nontarget Aquatic Insect and Implications for Exposure Assessment
Environmental Science & Technology, 43(14):5507-5513 (2009)
(2) Integration of Metabolomics and In Vitro Metabolism Assays for Investigating the Steroselective Transformation of Triadimefon in Rainbow Trout
Chirality, 22(2):183-192 (2009)
John F. Kenneke
Christopher S. Mazur
A. Wayne Garrison
Drew R. Ekman
Jay P. Overmyer
Kristen A. Kellock
Brad Konwick
Jimmy K. Avants
Aaron Fisk
NERL, Athens, GA Elucidating the Influence of Stereochemistry and Metabolism on Exposure to Improve Ecological Risk Assessment
S10ER0025 Interactions Between Freshwater Input, Light, and Phytoplankton Dynamics on the Louisiana Continental Shelf
Continental Shelf Research, 29:1861-1872 (2009)
Michael C. Murrell
Janis C. Kurtz
John C. Lehrter
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Research to Improve EPA's and the States' Scientific Basis for Managing Mississippi River Nutrients and Gulf Hypoxia
S10ER0030 Downstream Effects of Mountaintop Coal Mining: Comparing Biological Condition Using Family-and Genus-Level Macroinvertebrate Bioassessment Tools
Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 27(3):717-737 (2008)
Gregory J. Pond
Margaret E. Passmore
Frank A. Borsuk
Lou Reynolds
Carole J. Rose
Region 3, Wheeling, WV EPA's Linking of Biological Degradation to Mountaintop Mining Operations in the Appalachian Coalfield Region
S10ER0034 (1) Direct Effects, Compensation, and Recovery in Female Fathead Minnows Exposed to a Model Aromatase Inhibitor
Environmental Health Perspectives, 117(4):624-631 (2009)
(2) Dynamic Nature of Alterations in the Endocrine System of Fathead Minnows Exposed to the Fungicide Prochloraz
Toxicological Sciences, 112(2):344-353 (2009)
Michael D. Kahl
Elizabeth A. Makynen
Elizabeth J. Durhan
Daniel L. Villeneuve
Gerald T. Ankley
Kathleen M. Jensen
David C. Bencic
Jenna E. Cavallin
Nathaniel D. Mueller
Dalma Martinovic
Leah C. Wehmas
NHEERL, Duluth, MN Investigation of the Adaptive Capacities of Biological Systems and Their Dynamic Responses to Chemical Stressors
S10HE0035 Hazard to the Developing Male Reproductive System from Cumulative Exposure to Phthalate Esters-Dibutyl Phthalate, Diisobutyl Phthalate, Butylbenzyl Phthalate, Diethylhexyl Phthalate, Dipentyl Phthalate, and Diisononyl Phthalate
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 53(2):90-101 (2009)
Robert W. Benson
Region 8, Denver, CO Development of Methodology for Conducting a Cumulative Risk Assessment for Chemicals Causing a Common Adverse Effect
S10HE0036 (1) Development and Use of PBPK Modeling and the Impact of Metabolism on Variability in Dose Metrics for the Risk Assessment of Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE)
Journal of Environmental Protection Science, 1:29-51 (2007)
(2) Evaluation of Evidence for Infection as a Mode of Action for Induction of Rat Lymphoma
Environmental & Molecular Mutagenesis, 49(2):155-164 (2008)
Jane C. Caldwell
Jerry N. Blancato
Marina V. Evans
Jennifer Jinot
Jeff S. Gift
Danielle DeVoney
Fred W. Powers
NCEA, Arlington, VA Development and Publication of Critical Analyses that Allow for the Risk Assessment of MTBE
S10HE0037 (1) Characterizing Uncertainty and Population Variability in the Toxicokinetics of Trichloroethylene and Metabolites in Mice, Rats, and Humans Using an Updated Database, Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Model, and Bayesian Approach
(2) Development of an Updated PBPK Model for Trichloroethylene and Metabolites in Mice, and its Application to Discern the Role of Oxidative Metabolism in TCE-Induced Hepatomegaly
Weihsueh A. Chiu
Marina V. Evans
Jane C. Caldwell
Miles S. Okino
NCEA, Arlington, VA Research Critical to Understanding the Metabolism and Mode of Action of the Environmental Contaminant Trichloroethylene
S10HE0042 (1) Fine Oil Combustion Particle Bioavailable Constituents Induce Molecular Profiles of Oxidative Stress, Altered Function and Cellular Injury in Cardiomyocytes
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part A, 70(21):1824-1837 (2007)
(2) Fine Ambient Air Particulate Matter Exposure Induces Molecular Alterations Associated With Vascular Disease Progression Within Plaques of Atherosclerotic Susceptible Mice
Inhalation Toxicology, 21(5):394-403 (2009)
Kevin L. Dreher
Heather S. Floyd
Beena Vallanat
Travis Knuckles
Lung-Chi Chen
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Identifying Toxicity Pathways of Vascular Disease Progression and Altered Cardiac Cell Function Following Air Pollution Exposure
S10HE0043 Protein Carbonyl Formation in Response to Propiconazole-Induced Oxidative Stress
Journal of Proteome Research, 8(4):2070-2078 (2009)
Yue Ge
Maribel Bruno
Stephen Nesnow
Tanya Moore
NHEERL, , Advancing the Application of Toxicoproteomics in the Health Risk Assessment Process
S10HE0046 A Reexamination of the PPAR-a Activation Mode of Action as a Basis for Assessing Human Cancer Risks of Environmental Contaminants
Environmental Health Perspectives, 117(11):1664-1672 (2009)
Kathryn Z. Guyton
Weihsueh A. Chiu
Jennifer Jinot
Jane C. Caldwell
Cheryl Siegel Scott
Thomas F. Bateson
Rebecca C. Brown
NCEA, Washington, DC A Multidisciplinary Review of PPAR-a Activation Science Motivating an Update of Cancer Mechanisms Analysis Methods
S10HE0048 (1) Concentrations of Phthalate Metabolites in Milk, Urine, Saliva, and Serum of Lactating North Carolina Women
Envrionmental Health Perspectives, 117(1):86-92 (2009)
(2) Polyfluoroalkyl Chemicals in the Serum and Milk of Breastfeeding Women
Reproductive Toxicology, 27(3-4):239-45 (2009)
(3) Assays for Endogenous Components of Human Milk: Comparison of Fresh and Frozen Samples and Corresponding Analytes in Serum
Journal of Human Lactation, 23(2):144-56 (2007)
Erin Hines
Suzanne Fenton
Pauline Mendola
Judy Schmid
Randy Barbee
Antonia Calafat
Kayoko Kato
K. Kuklenyik
Rae Ann Moreland
Jennifer Rayner
Jack Reidy
Manori J. Silva
Andre Valcour
Ondine von Ehrenstein
NCEA, Research Triangle Park, NC Method Development to Measure Phthalate Monoesters, Perfluorinated Chemicals and Endogenous Compounds in Human Milk
S10HE0050 (1) Modeling Single and Repeated Dose Pharmacokinetics of PFOA in Mice
Toxicological Sciences, 107(2):331-341 (2009)
(2) Pharmacokinetic Modeling of Perfluorooctanoic Acid During Gestation and Lactation in the Mouse
Reproductive Toxicology, 27(3-4):373-386 (2009)
(3) Comparing Models for Perfluorooctanoic Acid Pharmacokinetics Using Bayesian Analysis
Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, 35(6):683-712 (2008)
Chester E. Rodriguez
John F. Wambaugh
Hugh A. Barton
R. Woodrow Setzer
Christopher S. Lau
Andrew B. Lindstrom
R. Dan Zehr
Mark J. Strynar
Inchio Lou
Roger G. Hanson
NCCT, Research Triangle Park, NC Innovative Modeling of Perfluorooctanoic Acid to Bridge Animals and Humans for Study Design and Risk Assessment
S10HE0055 Disruption of Micro RNA Expression in Human Airway Epithelial Cells by Diesel Exhaust Particles is Linked to Tumorigenesis-Associated Pathways
Environmental Health Perspectives, 117(11):1145-1751 (2009)
Melanie Jardim
David Diaz-Sanchez
Lisa Dailey
Rebecca Fry
Ilona Jaspers
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Research Determining In Vitro Epigenetic Effects Associated with Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Particles
S10HE0056 Sampling Household Surfaces for Pesticide Residues: Comparison Between a Press Sampler and Solvent-Moistened Wipes
Science of the Total Environment, 389:514-521 (2008)
Lisa Jo Melnyk
Craig E. Bernard
Larry J. Wymer
Maurice R. Berry
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC The Development of a Consistent, Reliable Surface Wipe Sampling Technique
S10HE0061 (1) ACToR - Aggregated Computational Toxicology Resource
Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 233(1):7-13 (2008)
(2) The Toxicity Data Landscape for Environmental Chemicals
Environmental Health Perspectives, 117(5):685-695 (2009)
(3) ACToR Online
http://actor.epa.gov (Online database), : (2008)
Richard S. Judson
Matthew T. Martin
Ann M. Richard
David J. Dix
Keith A. Houck
Vicki Dellarco
Philip G. Sayre
Shirlee Tan
Edwin Smith
Todd S. Holderman
Thomas Carpenter
Tala Henry
Robert J. Kavlock
Tommy Cathey
Thomas R. Transue
Maritja Wolf
James Vail
Doris Smith
Richard M. Spencer
Fathi Elloumi
NCCT, Research Triangle Park, NC Developing the ACToR System and Quantifying Data Gaps in Our Knowledge of Environmental Chemicals
S10HE0065 High Sensitivity of Children to Swimming-Associated Gastrointestinal Illness: Results Using a Rapid Assay of Recreational Water Quality
Epidemiology, 19(3):375-383 (2008)
Timothy J. Wade
Rebecca L. Calderon
Kristin P. Brenner
Elizabeth Sams
Alfred P. Dufour
Rich Haugland
Larry Wymer
Michael Beach
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC A Faster Way to Measure Water Quality Demonstrating a High Sensitivity in Children to Swimming-Associated Illness
S10HE0140 One-Month Diesel Exhaust Inhalation Produces Hypertensive Gene Expression Pattern in Healthy Rats
Environmental Health Perspectives, 117(1):38-46 (2009)
Urmila P. Kodavanti
Mette C. Schladweiler
Allen D. Ledbetter
Todd Krantz
Judy E. Richards
William P. Linak
Richard H. Jaskot
Reddy R. Gottipolu
Edward D. Karoly
Abraham Nyska
Jo Anne Johnson
J. Grace Wallenborn
Ronald Thomas
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC A Study that Shows Diesel Exhaust Alters Cardiac Gene Expression Reflecting Contractile Dysfunction and Oxidative Stress
S10IR0073 Contrasting Influence of NADPH and a NADPH-Regenerating System on the Metabolism of Carbonyl-Containing Compounds in Hepatic Microsomes
Drug Metabolism and Disposition, 37(9):1801-1805 (2009)
Christopher S. Mazur
John F. Kenneke
Michael-Rock Goldsmith
Cather Brown
NERL, Athens, GA Providing Critical Metabolism Data Needed for Accurate Human Risk Assessment
S10MM0079 Development and Evaluation of a Generic Tag Array to Detect and Genotype Noroviruses in Water
Journal of Virological Methods, 156(1-2):8-18 (2009)
Nichole Brinkman
G. Shay Fout
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Developing Innovative Detection Methods for Microbial Contaminants in Water
S10MM0080 (1) Profiling Lipid Metabolites Yields Unique Information on Sex- and Time-Dependent Responses of Fathead Minnows (Pimephales Promelas) Exposed to 17a-Ethynylestradiol
Metabolomics, 5(1):22-32 (2009)
(2) A Direct Cell Quenching Method for Cell-Culture Based Metabolomics
Metabolomics, 5(2):199-208 (2009)
(3) Spectral Relative Standard Deviation: A Practical Benchmark in Metabolomics
Analyst, 134(3):478-485 (2009)
Drew R. Ekman
Quincy Teng
Timothy W. Collette
Gerald T. Ankley
Daniel L. Villeneuve
Kathleen M. Jensen
Michael D. Kahl
Elizabeth J. Durhan
Helen M. Parsons
Mark R. Viant
Wenlin Huang
Chalet Tan
NERL, Athens, GA The Development of Innovative and Novel Approaches for Assessing Risk Due to Chemical Exposures Using Metabolomics
S10MM0083 (1) Phylogenetic Diversity and Molecular Detection of Bacteria in Gull Feces
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (Journal), 74(13):3969-3976 (2008)
(2) Microbial Diversity and Host-Specific Sequences of Canada Goose Feces
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (Journal), 75(18):5919-5926 (2009)
Jorge W. Santo Domingo
Jingrang Lu
Thomas Edge
Stephen Hill
Regina Lamendella
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH Development and Application of Methods to Detect Waterfowl Fecal Pollution in Environmental Waters
S10MM0084 Streambed Gravel Collection and Frequency Base Conversion: a Solution to Data Set Sharing
Water Resources Research, 45:1-21 (2009)
Mostafa Shirazi
Philip R. Kaufmann
John M. Faustini
NHEERL, Corvallis, OR Scientific Support of EPA's Stream Substrate Monitoring While Solving a Problem that Resisted Solution Since 1920s
S10RA0095 Biologically-Relevant Exposure Science for 21st Century Toxicity Testing
Toxicological Sciences, 111(2):226-232 (2009)
Elaine A. Cohen Hubal
NCCT, Research Triangle Park, NC Presenting a Vision for Transforming Exposure Science to Support 21st Century Toxicity Testing and Improve Risk Assessment
S10RA0096 Role of PPARalpha in Mediating the Effects of Trichloroethylene and Metabolites
Critical Reviews in Toxicology, 38:857-75 (2008)
Chris Corton
NHEERL, Durham, NC Exceptional Contribution to Cancer Risk Assessment Activities
S10RA0099 Developments in Direct Thermal Extraction Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry of Fine Aerosols
TRAC-Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 26(2):88-102 (2007)
Michael D. Hays
Richard J. Lavrich
NRMRL, Research Triangle Park, NC Conceiving Novel Green Analytical Methodologies that Significantly Improve the Characterization of Organic Mass in PM 2.5
S10RA0100 Nanotechnology and In Situ Remediation: A Review of the Benefits and Potential Risks
Environmental Health Perspectives (on-line and print), 117:1823-1931 (2009)
Barbara Karn
Martha Otto
Todd Kuiken
NCER, Washington, DC A Review Highlighting an Innovative Environmental Technology Based on Nanotechnology, Discussing Uses and Implications
S10RA0105 The Endocrine Effects of Mercury in Humans and Wildlife
Critical Reviews in Toxicology, 39(3):228-269 (2009)
Shirlee Tan
Jesse Meiller
Kathryn Mahaffey
OPPTS, Washington, DC A Comprehensive Review of the Endocrine Effects of Mercury Across Taxonomic Groups
S10RA0107 Separation Technologies for the Recovery and Dehydration of Alcohols from Fermentation Broths
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining, 2:553-588 (2008)
Leland M. Vane
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH State of the Science and Critical Analysis of Separation Technologies for Producing Renewable Alcohol-Based Fuels
S10RM0108 (1) Adsorption and Simultaneous Dechlorination of PCBs by GAC Impregnated with ZVI/Pd Bimetallic Particles: Mechanistic Aspects and Reactive Capping Barrier Concept
Environmental Science and Technology, 43(2):488-493 (2009)
(2) Effects of Ageing and Oxidation of Palladized Iron Embedded in Activated Carbon on the Dechlorination of 2-Chlorobiphenyl
Environmental Science and Technology, 43(11):4137-4142 (2009)
(3) Catalytic Role of Palladium and Relative Reactivity of Substituted Chlorines During Adsorption and Treatment of PCBs on Reactive Activated Carbon
Environmental Science and Technology, 43(19):7510-7515 (2009)
Souhail Al-Abed
Hyeok Choi
Shirish Agarwal
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH First Demonstrating a Possibility of In Situ Cleanup of the EPA's Sites Contaminated with PCBs Using Nanomaterials
S10RM0110 Speciation, Characterization, and Mobility of As, Se, and Hg in Flue Gas Desulphurization Residues
Environmental Science and Technology, 42(5):1693-1698 (2008)
Souhail Al-Abed
Kirk Scheckel
Thabet Tolaymat
Gautham Jegadeesan
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH The Characterization and Speciation of Contaminants in Fresh and Reused FGD Materials for the Purpose of EPA Regulations
S10RM0112 The Watershed Deposition Tool: A Tool for Incorporating Atmospheric Deposition in Water-Quality Analyses
Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), 45(4):973-985 (2009)
Donna Schwede
Robin Dennis
Mary Ann Bitz
NERL, , Developing a Tool to Facilitate the Inclusion of CMAQ Estimates of Atmospheric Deposition in Water Quality Analyses
S10TF0123 (1) Formation of Aqueous Suspensions of Fullerenes
eform and paper Environmental Science and Technology, 43(2):330-336 (2009)
(2) Colloidal Properties of Aqueous Fullerenes: Isoelectric Points and Aggregation Kinetics of C60 and C60 Derivatives
eform and paper Environmental Science and Technology, 43(17):6597-6603 (2009)
Dermont Bouchard
Xin Ma
Carl Isaacson
NERL, Athens, GA Research Elucidating the Fundamental Properties of Fullerene Nanomaterials in the Environment
S10TF0124 (1) The North American Mercury Model Intercomparison Study (NAMMIS): Study Description and Model-to-Model Comparisons
Journal of Geophysical Research, 113(D17310):17 (2008)
(2) An Analysis of Simulated Wet Depositon of Mercury from the North American Mercury Model Intercomparison Study (NAMMIS)
Journal of Geophysical Research, 114(D08301):12 (2009)
O. Russell Bullock, Jr.
R. Dwight Atkinson
Thomas N. Braverman
Kevin Civerolo
Ashu Dastoor
Didier Davignon
Kristen Lohman
Thomas C. Myers
Noelle E. Selin
Rokjin J. Park
Christian Seigneur
Krish Vijayaraghavan
Jia-Yeong Ku
Gopal Sistla
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Conducting a Critical Assessment of Atmospheric Mercury Modeling Accuracy to Support Multiple Agency Goals
S10TF0127 (1) Analysis of Fluorotelomer Alcohols Soils: Optimization of Extraction and Chromatography
Journal of Chromatography A, 1216(DOI :10.1016):5347-5354 (2009)
(2) Analysis of Perfluorinated Chemicals in Sludge: Method Development and Initial Results
Journal of Chromatography A, 1216(DOI:10.1016): (2009)
John W. Washington
J. Jackson Ellington
Michael P. Neill
E. Laurence Libelo
Hoon Yoo
Thomas M. Jenkins
John J. Evans
Sarah C. Hafner
NERL, Athens, GA Providing Innovative Analytical Methods Resulting in Data to Characterize Fluorinated Chemicals in Soil and Sludge
S10TF0129 Carbonaceous Aerosol Over a Pinus Taeda Forest in Central North Carolina, USA
Atmospheric Environment, 43(4):959-969 (2009)
Chris Geron
NRMRL, Research Triangle Park, NC Understanding the Importance of Biogenic VOC and Biomass Burning on Fine Particulate Carbon in the Southeastern U.S.
S10TF0130 Characterization and Aerosol Mass Balance of PM2.5 and PM10 Collected in Conakry, Guinea During the 2004 Harmattan Period
Chemosphere/journal article, 12/09(In press):In press (2009)
Scott R. Hedges
Jason P. Weinstein
Sue Kimbrough
OAR, Washington, DC A Unique Air-Quality Assessment of Major Pollution Sources in and around Conakry, Republic of Guinea, West Africa
S10TF0135 Estimating the Impact of the 2004 Alaskan Forest Fires on Episodic Particulate Matter Pollution over the Eastern United States through Assimilation of Satellite-Derived Aerosol Optical Depths in a Regional Air Quality Model
Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 113(D17302):1-14 (2008)
Rohit Mathur
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Systematic Investigation and Quantification of the Impact of Wildfires on Particulate Matter Pollution
S10TF0137 (1) Degradability of an Acrylate-Linked Fluorotelomer Polymer in Soil
Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T)/ physical journal on and on line, 43(17):6617-6623 (2009)
(2) Response to Comments on "Degradability of an Acrylate-Linked Fluorotelomer Polymer in Soil
Enivronmental Science & Technology (ES&T)/on line, as soon as publishable, : (2009)
John W. Washington
J. Jackson Ellington
Thomas M. Jenkins
John J. Evans
Sarah C. Hafner
Hoon Yoo
NERL, Athens, GA Challenging Experimental and Modeling Research to Determine that Fluorotelomer Polymers Can Degrade
S10TF0138 Light-Initiated Transformations of Fullerenol in Aqueous Media
Environmental Science & Technology, 43(24):9155-9160 (2009)
Richard G. Zepp
Lingjun Kong
O'Niell Tedrow
Yau Fong (Kyle) Chan
NERL, Athens, GA Developing Creative Tools to Evaluate Light-Induced Mineralization of Carbon Nanomaterials in Aquatic Environments
Key to Acronyms used in the above Table
OA Office of the Administrator
NERL National Exposure Research Laboratory
NHEERL National Health and Environmental Effects Laboratory
NRMRL National Risk Management Research Laboratory
OAQPS Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
OPP Office of Pesticide Programs
ORIA Office of Radiation and Indoor Air
OSCP Office of Science Coordination and Policy
ORCR Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery
*Note: The percentages given after name represent the current percent of the total level of effort as documented in the EPA nomination.

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