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The 2011 STAA Awards are Now Available:
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.

Honorable Mention - The Subcommittee has also added a fourth non-cash level award for research efforts which are noteworthy but which do not warrant a Level I, II or III award. Honorable Mention applies to research that: (1) may not quite reach the level described for a Level III award; (2) show a promising area of research that the Subcommittee wants to encourage; or (3) show an area of research that the Subcommittees feels is too preliminary to warrant an award recommendation (yet).

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Nominations Recommended for Honorable Mention (No Monetary Award) -- Total of Forty-Six
Nom. ID Publication Title & Full Citation Eligible Authors Ineligible Authors Lab/Office/Institution Citation
S11CS0003 (1) Iron Amendment and Fenton Oxidation of MTBE-Spent Granular Activated Carbon
Water Research, 44(8):2663-2671 (2010)
(2) Fenton-Like Degradation of MTBE: Effects of Iron Counter Anion and Radical Scavengers
Chemosphere, 78(5):563-568 (2009)
Scott G. Huling
Sangchul Hwang
Saebom Ko
NRMRL, Ada, OK Scientific Advancements in Basic and Applied Fenton-Driven Oxidative Treatment Processes
S11EE0004 Potential Air Emission Impacts of Cellulosic Ethanol Production at Seven Demonstration Refineries in the U.S.
Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 60:1118-1143 (2010)
Donna Lee Jones
NRMRL, Research Triangle Park, NC Comprehensive Study of the Potential Air and Other Environmental Impacts from Cellulosic Ethanol Refineries
S11EP0007 Temperature Effects on Particulate Matter Emissions from Light-Duty, Gasoline-Powered Motor Vehicles
Environmental Science & Technology, 44(12):4672-4677 (2010)
Edward Nam
Richard Baldauf
Carl R. Fulper
James Warila
Sandeep Kishan
Michael A. Sabisch
NVFEL, Ann Arbor, MI Characterizing Temperature Effects on Particulate Matter Emissions from Light-Duty, Gasoline-Powered Motor Vehicles
S11ER0011 Wetlands as Sinks for Reactive Nitrogen at Continental and Global Scales: a Meta-Analysis
Ecosystems. On-line: http://www.springerlink.com/
content/d77g3v1735434467/, : (2010)
Stephen Jordan
Janet Nestlerode
J. Stoffer
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Synthesizing Studies Worldwide to Estimate Nitrogen Removal in Wetlands in Support of Better Water-Quality Management
S11ER0016 Predicting Coral Bleaching in Response to Environmental Stressors Using 8 Years of Global-Scale Data
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 161(1-4):423-438 (2010)
Susan Harrell Yee
Mace G. Barron
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Extending Local-Scale Models to a Global Scale to Predict Effects of Environmental Stress on Coral Bleaching
S11ER0018 Nitrous Oxide Emissions from a Large, Impounded River: the Ohio River
Environmental Science and Technology, 40(19):7527-7533 (2010)
Jake J. Beaulieu
William D. Shuster
Jacob A. Rebholz
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH Evaluating the Multi-Media Effects of Excess Reactive Nitrogen in the Environment
S11ER0022 Sex Reversal of the Amphibian, Xenopus Tropicalis, Following Larval Exposure to an Aromatase Inhibitor
Aquatic Toxicology, 91(2):143-150 (2009)
Sigmund J. Degitz
Patricia A. Kosian
Joseph J. Korte
Gary W. Holcombe
Allen W. Olmstead
Kacie K. Woodis
NHEERL, Duluth, MN Demonstration of Complete and Persistent Sex Reversal Of Females in an Amphibian Species Due to Chemical Exposure
S11ER0023 Ecological Periodic Tables for Nekton Usage of Four US Pacific Northwest Estuarine Habitats
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 67(12):1957-1967 (2010)
Steven P. Ferraro
Faith A. Cole
NHEERL, Corvallis, OR Pioneering Research and Development on an Information Organizing Structure for Ecology and Environmental Science
S11ER0025 Quantifying Structural Physical Habitat Attributes Using LIDAR and Hyperspectral Imagery
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 159(1-4):63-83 (2009)
Robert K. Hall
Daniel T. Heggem
Philip R. Kaufmann
Russell L. Watkins
Steven B. Moore
K. Bruce Jones
Susan J. Gregory
NERL, Las Vegas, NV Providing States and Tribes with Analysis Tools to Meet the Provisions of the CWA Involving Complex Assessment of Point and Nonpoint Sources
S11ER0029 Empirical Relationship Between Eelgrass Extent and Predicted Watershed-Derived Nitrogen Loading for Shallow New England Estuaries
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 90(4):231-240 (2010)
James Latimer
Steven Rego
NHEERL, Narragansett, RI Providing Scientific Justification for Setting Nitrogen Limits to Protect Estuarine Seagrass, a Valuable Aquatic Habitat
S11HE0035 Lung Injury Biomarkers
Book Chapter: In: BIOMARKERS - In Medicine, Drug Discovery, and Environmental Health, Editors: VS Vaidya and JV Bonventr, (Chapter 8):45 (2010)
Urmila P. Kodavanti
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Lung Injury Biomarkers in Disease Diagnosis and Environmental-Health Risk Assessment
S11HE0041 (1) Toxicogenomic Dissection of the Perfluorooctanoic Acid Transcript Profile In Mouse Liver: Evidence for the Involvement of Nuclear Receptors PPAR Alpha and CAR
Toxicological Sciences, 103:46-56 (2008)
(2) Evidence for the Involvement of Xenobiotic-Responsive Nuclear Receptors in Transcriptional Effects Upon Perfluoroalkyl Acid Exposure in Diverse Species
Reproductive Toxicology, 27:266-277 (2009)
(3) Characterization of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor a (PPARa) - Independent Effects of PPARa Activators in the Rodent Liver: Di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate Activates the Constitutive Activated Receptor
Toxicological Sciences, 113:45-59 (2010)
Chris Corton
Hongzu Ren
Mitchell B. Rosen
Christopher Lau
Beena Vallanat
Barbara D. Abbott
Carmen Wood
Michael H. George
Janice S. Lee
Lauren M. Aleksunes
Jie Liu
Paul Kawn Sing LAM
Keerthi S. Guruge
Michael P. Waalkes
Leo W.Y. Yeung
Lois Lehman-McKeeman
Curt Klaassen
David M. Nelson
NHEERL, Durham, NC Exceptional Research Leading to a Better Understanding of the Role of Nuclear Receptors in Chemically Induced Cancer
S11HE0043 Assessing Children's Exposures and Risks to Drinking Water Contaminants: a Manganese Case Study
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 15(5):923-947 (2009)
Brenda Foos
Margot Brown
OCHPEE, Washington, DC Contribution of Methods and a Case Study That Help the EPA to Protect Children from Drinking-Water Contaminants
S11HE0044 Health Assessment of Phosgene: Approaches for Derivation of Reference Concentration
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 51:98-107 (2008)
Jeffrey S. Gift
Robert McGaughy
Dharm Singh
Babasaheb Sonawane
NCEA, Research Triangle Park, NC Successfully Drawing Attention to a Key EPA Assessment and a Novel Method for Derivation of a Reference Concentration
S11HE0048 Pesticides in Urban Multiunit Dwellings: Hazard Identification Using Classification and Regression Tree (CART) Analysis
, : (2008)
Rhona Julien
Robert Canales
Jonathan Levy
Gary Adamkiewicz
Russ Hauser
John D. Spengler
Patricia Hynes
BLANK, Boston, MA Reducing Health Risks by Identifying Predictors of Exposure Given Appropriate Information Gathering
S11HE0053 Cumulative Exposure Assessment for Trace-Level Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Using Human Blood and Plasma Analysis
J Chromatogr B Analyt Technol Biomed Life Sci., 878(21):1753-1760 (2010)
Joachim D. Pleil
Jon R. Sobus
Andrew J. Ghio
Michael C. Madden
Matthew A. Stiegel
Sara Tabucchi
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Innovative Analytical and Statistical Methods for Identifying Environmental Background Chemicals in Human Blood
S11HE0055 The Potential Metabolomic Approaches for Investigating Mode(s) of Action of Xenobiotics: Case Study with Carbon Tetrachloride
Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis, : (2010)
Suryanarayana V. Vulimiri
Sonawane Babasaheb
Alvin Berger
NCEC, Washington, DC Demonstrated Application of Metabolomics to Human-Health Risk Assessment
S11HE0056 What's in the Pool? a Comprehensive Identification of Disinfection By-Products and Assessment of Mutagenicity of Chlorinated and Brominated Swimming Pool Water
Environmental Health Perspectives, 118(11):1523-1530 (2010)
Susan D. Richardson
David M. DeMarini
Cristina M. Villanueva
Manolis Kogevinas
Joan O. Grimalt
Pilar Fernandez
Esther Marco
Carolina Lourencetti
Clara Balleste
Dick Heederik
Kees Meliefste
A. Bruce McKague
Richard Marcos
Laia Font-Ribera
NERL, Athens, GA First Comprehensive Characterization of DBPs in Indoor Swimming Pool Water and Their Role in the Water's Mutagenicity
S11HS0061 Dry Thermal Resistance of Bacillus Anthracis (Sterne) Spores and Spores of Other Bacillus Species: Implications for Biological Agent Destruction Via Waste Incineration
Journal of Applied Microbiology, 109(1):99-106 (2010)
Joseph P. Wood
Paul M. Lemieux
Doris A. Betancourt
Nicole G. Gatchalian
Peter H. Kariher
NHSRC, Cincinnati, OH Furthering the Science to Ensure Complete Destruction of Bacillus Anthracis Spores Via Waste Incineration
S11IE0063 Chemical Alternatives Assessment: Enabling Substitution to Safer Chemicals
Environmental Science and Technology, 30(20):6 (2010)
Emma T. Lavoie
Robert E. Lee, II
Melanie A. Vrabel
David M. DiFiore
Clive L. Davies
Lauren G. Heine
Helen Holder
Mark S. Rossi
Emily A. Connor
OPPT, Washington, DC Outstanding Achievement in Describing the Alternatives Assessments Methodology for Safer Chemical Substitution
S11MM0071 Gene Mapping and Phylogenetic Analysis of the Complete Genome from 30 Single-Stranded RNA Male Specific Coliphages (Family Leviviridae)
Journal of Virology, 83(21):11233-11243 (2009)
Stephanie Friedman
Fred Genthner
Jennifer Gentry
Mark D. Sobsey
Jan Vinje
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Providing a Genomic Sequence Database to Promote Development of Indicators and Tools for Assessing Sewage Exposure
S11MM0077 Method Development for the Analysis of 1,4-Dioxane in Drinking Water Using Solid-Phase Extraction and Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
Journal of Chromatographic Science/Special Issue: Environmental Analysis, 47(1):31-39 (2009)
Paul E. Grimmett
Jean W. Munch
OTHER, Research Triangle Park, NC Development of a Simple and Robust Drinking Water Method for 1.4-dioxane That Exceeds US EPA Sensitivity Requirements
S11MM0078 Validation of an Integrated Estimation of Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.) Leaf Area Index (LAI) Using Two Indirect Optical Methods in the Southeastern United States
Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 32(3):101-110 (2008)
John S. Iiames
Andrew Pilant
Timothy Lewis
Russell Congalton
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Original Research for Loblolly Pine LAI Retrieval in Support of Atmospheric Modeling Efforts within EPA
S11MM0080 Watershed Vulnerability Predictions for the Ozarks Using Landscape Models
Journal of Environmental Quality, 37(N/A):1769-1780 (2008)
Ricardo D. Lopez
Maliha S. Nash
Daniel T. Heggem
Donald W. Ebert
NERL, Las Vegas, NV Development of an Innovative Watershed-Scale Monitoring and Assessment Technique to Sustain the Nation's Water Resources
S11MM0082 (1) Surface-to-Food Pesticide Transfer as a Function of Moisture and Fat Content
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 19(1):97-106 (2009)
(2) Influences on Transfer of Selected Synthetic Pyrethroids from Treated Formica to Foods
Journal of Exposure Science and Environemental Epidemiology, doi:10.103: (2009)
Lisa Jo Melnyk
Anne P. Vonderheide
Craig E. Bernard
Jeffrey N. Morgan
Thomas E. Hieber
Tracy Turbeville
Peter E. Kauffman
OTHER, Research Triangle Park, NC Providing the Foundation for Sound Scientific Judgments for More Accurate Assessments of Children's Dietary Exposure
S11MM0084 Use of Propidium Monoazide in Reverse Transcriptase PCR to Distinguish Between Infectious and Non-Infectious Enteric Viruses in Water Samples
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 76(13):4318-26 (2010)
Sandhya Parshionikar
G. Shay Fout
Ian Laseke
OTHER, Cincinnati, OH Development of Rapid Assay to Measure Viable Enteric Viruses in Water
S11MM0085 Indentification of Bacterial Populations in Drinking Water Using 16S rRNA-Based Sequence Analyses
Water Research, 44:1353-1360 (2010)
Randy P. Revetta
Jorge W. Santo Domingo
Adin Pemberton
Regina Lamendella
Brandon Iker
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH Development and Application of Methods to Detect Metabolically Active Bacteria in Drinking Water
S11MM0086 Role of Stream Restoration on Improving Benthic Macroinvertebrates and In-Stream Water Quality in a Urban Watershed: Case Study
ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 136(1):128-139 (2010)
Ariamalar Selvakumar
Thomas P. O'Connor
Scott Struck
NRMRL, Edison, NJ Contribution to the Field of Measuring In-Stream Wet Weather Flow Effects
S11MM0087 (1) Performance of PCR-Based Assays Targeting Bacteroidales Genetic Markers of Human Fecal Pollution in Sewage and Fecal Samples
Environmental Science & Technology, 44(16):6281-6288 (2010)
(2) Performance Assessment of PCR-Based Assays Targeting Bacteroidales Genetic Markers of Bovine Fecal Pollution
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 76(5):1359-1366 (2010)
Orin C. Shanks
Catherine A. Kelty
Manju Varma
Karen White
Mano Sivaganesan
Richard A. Haugland
Sam Hayes
Mark Meckes
Janet Blannon
Micheal Jenkins
OTHER, Cincinnati, OH Single Laboratory Performance Evaluation of Host-Associated Fecal Pollution Technologies
S11MM0089 Improved Strategies and Optimization of Calibration Models for Real-Time PCR Absolute Quantification
Water Research, 44(16):4726-4735 (2010)
Mano Sivaganesan
Orin C. Shanks
Richard A. Haugland
Eunice Chern
OTHER, Cincinnati, OH Real-Time Quantitative PCR Methods Development
S11MM0091 Cryptosporidium Propidium Monoazide-PCR, a Molecular Biology-Based Technique for Genotyping of Viable Cryptosporidium Oocysts
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 75(21):6856-6863 (2009)
Eric N. Villegas
Shannon M. Griffin
Michael Ware
Eunice A. Varughese
Andrey I. Egorov
Cristin C. Brescia
OTHER, Research Triangle Park, NC Cryptosporidium Propidium Monoazide-PCR, a Molecular-Based Technique for Genotyping of Viable Cryptosporidium Oocysts
S11MM0093 Lake Superior Zooplankton Biomass: Alternate Estimates from a Probability-Based Net Survey and Spatially-Extensive LOPC Surveys
Journal of Great Lakes Research, 35(3):337-346 (2009)
Peder M. Yurista
John R. Kelly
Samuel E. Miller
NHEERL, Duluth, MN Developing New Strategies and Techniques for the Next Generation of Great Lakes Assessment Methodologies
S11RA0097 (1) Arsenic Induced Carcinogenesis-Oxidative Stress as a Possible Mode of Action and Future Research Needs for More Biologically Based Risk Assessment
Chemical Research in Toxicology, 23(2):327-335 (2010)
(2) The Role of Protein Bindling of Trivalent Arsenicals in Arsenic Carcinogenesis and Toxicity
Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 102(NA):532-539 (2008)
(3) Arsenic's Interactions with Macromolecules and its Relationship to Carcinogenesis. A Book Chapter in "Biological Chemistry of Arsenic, Antimony and Bismuth"
Book chapter in "Biological Chemistry of Arsenic, Antimony and Bismuth", book(Wiley(NA):not known yet (2010)
Kirk T. Kitchin
Kathleen A. Wallace
Rory B. Conolly
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Presenting Three Likely Modes of Action for Arsenic-Carcinogenesis: Binding, Oxidative Stress and DNA Methylation
S11RA0103 Computational Toxicology as Implemented by the U.S. EPA: Providing High Throughout Decision Support Tools for Screening and Assessing Chemical Exposure, Hazard and Risk
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, 13:197-217 (2010)
Robert Kavlock
David Dix
NCCT, Research Triangle Park, NC Reviewing, Analyzing and Implementing the Computational Toxicology Research Program of the U.S. EPA
S11RA0106 (1) Tobacco and Pregnancy: Overview of Exposures and Effects
Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today Print, on-line, 84:1-15 (2008)
(2) Tobacco and Pregnancy
Reproductive Toxicology, 28:152-160 (2009)
John M. Rogers
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Scholarly Review and Synthesis of the Impact of Tobacco Smoke and Tobacco Products on Pregnancy and Development
S11RA0112 Timing and Prediction of Climate Change and Hydrological Impacts:  Periodicity in Natural Variations
Environmental Geology, 57:1065-1078 (2009)
Y. Jeffrey Yang
James A. Goodrich
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH A Contribution to the Knowledge of Climate Change and Variability and the Enhancement of the Climate Change Adaption Effort
S11RA0116 (1) Disruption of the Arsenic (+3 oxidation state) Methyltranserase Gene in the Mouse Alters the Phenotype for Methylation of Arsenic and Affects Distribution and Retention of Orally Administered Arsenate
Chemical Research in Toxicology, 22(10):1713-1720 ()
(2) Arsenic (+3 oxidation state) Methyltransferase Genotype Affects Steady-State Distribution and Clearance of Arsenic in Arsenate-Treated Mice
Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 249(3):217-233 (2010)
Michael F. Hughes
Brenda C. Edwards
David J. Thomas
Karen M. Herbin-Davis
John T. Creed
Zuzana Drobna
Miroslav Styblo
Jesse Saunders
Hua Naranmandura
Noboyu Maeda
X. Chris Le
Kevin Kubachka
NHEERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Research in Assessing the Role of Arsenic (+3 oxidation state) Methyltransferase in the Metabolism of Inorganic Arsenic
S11SI0117 (1) Beyond the Medicine Cabinet: an Analysis of Where and Why Medications Accumulate
Environment International, 34(8):1157-1169 (2008)
(2) The Afterlife of Drugs and the Role of PharmEcovigilance
Drug Safety, 31(12):1069-1082 (2008)
(3) Reducing the Ecological Footprint of Pharmaceutical Usage:  Linkages between Healthcare Practices and the Environment
In: Green and Sustainable Pharmacy, Klaus Kummerer and Maximilian Hempel (Eds.), Springer, Chaper 6, 2010, pages 77-102, Book(Chapter 6):77-102 (2010)
Christian Daughton
Ilene S. Ruhoy
NERL, Las Vegas, NV Pioneering Framework for Sustainable Pharmaceutical Use to Reduce Environmental Contamination and Improve Healthcare
S11TF0125 Contamination Profiles and Mass Loadings of Macrolide Antibiotics and Illicit Drugs from a Small Urban Wastewater Treatment Plant
Chemosphere, 75:70-77 (2009)
Tammy Jones-Lepp
Bommanna Loganathan
Malia Phillips
Holly Mowery
NERL, Las Vegas, NV Providing Insight on the Sustainability of Water Resources as Related to Nontraditional Contaminants
S11TF0126 (1) Spatial Analysis and Land Use Regression of VOCs and NO2 From School-Based Urban Air Monitoring in Detroit/Dearborn, USA
Science of the Total Environment, 407(16):4642-4651 (2009)
(2) Field Comparison of Passive Air Samplers with Reference Monitors for Ambient Volatile Organic Compounds and Nitrogen Dioxide Under Week-Long Integrals
Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 11(1):220-227 (2009)
Shaibal Mukerjee
Mary M. Johnson
Lucas M. Neas
Carry Croghan
Robert L. Seila
Luther A. Smith
Casson A. Stallings
Karen Oliver
Henry H. Jacumin
E. Hunter Daughtrey, Jr.
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Passive Ambient Air Exposure Monitoring and Land Use Regression Modeling in the Detroit Children's Health Study
S11TF0131 Impacts of Noise Barriers on Near-Road Air Quality
Atmospheric Environment, 42(32):7502-7507 (2008)
Richard Baldauf
Eben Thoma
Vlad Isakov
George Bowker
Andrey Khlystov
Thomas Long
Richard Snow
NRMRL, Research Triangle Park, NC Identifying Sustainable Urban-Planning Options to Mitigate Mobile-Source Air-Quality Impacts
S11TF0132 (1) Protocol to Reconstruct Historical Contaminant Loading to Large Lakes: the Lake Michigan Sediment Record of Mercury
Environmental Science and Technology, 44(3):935-940 (2010)
(2) Total and Methyl Mercury Accumulation in 1994-1995 Lake Michigan Lake Trout and Forage Fish
Journal of Great Lakes Research, 35(3):438-446 (2009)
Ronald Rossmann
Brian Raymond
NHEERL, Grosse lle, MI Mercury in Lake Michigan Sediment Cores and Fish and Estimates of Fluxes to the Lake and Bioaccumulation in Fish
S11TF0133 (1) A Comparison of CMAQ HONO Predictions with Observations from the Northeast Oxidant and Particle Study
Atmospheric Environment, 42(23):5760-5770 (2008)
(2) Examination of the Impact of Photoexcited NO2 Chemistry on Regional Air Quality
Atmospheric Environment, 43(40):6383-6387 (2009)
(3) Eta-CMAQ Air Quality Forecasts for 03 and Related Species Using Three Different Photochemical Mechanisms (CB4, CB05, SAPRC-99): Comparisons with Measurements During the 2004 ICARTT Study
Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics, 10(6):3001-3025 (2010)
Golam Sarwar
Shaocai Yu
Rohit Mathur
K. Wyat Appel
Robin L. Dennis
Robert Pinder
Shawn Roselle
George Pouliot
Jon Pleim
Annmarie G. Carlton
Daiwen Kang
Daniel Tong
Bernhard Vogel
NERL, Research Triangle Park, NC Improving Atmospheric Chemistry Representation in the Community Multiscale Air-Quality Model and Analysis of the Impacts on Air Pollutants
S11TF0135 (1) Modeling and Testing of Reactive Contaminant Transport in Drinking Water Pipes:  Chlorine Response and Implications for Online Contamination Detection
Water Research, 42:1397-1412 (2008)
(2) Real-time Contaminant Detection and Classification in a Drinking Water Pipe Using Conventional Water Quality Sensors:  Techniques and Experimental Results
Journal of Environmental Management, 90:2494-2506 (2009)
Y. Jeffrey Yang
James A. Goodrich
Sylvana Y. Li
Roy C. Haught
Robert M. Clark
NRMRL, Cincinnati, OH Protecting Drinking-Water Consumers from Distribution System Contaminant Intrusions
S11TF0137 Geochemical Impacts to Groundwater from Geologic Carbon Sequestration: Controls on pH And Inorganic Carbon Concentrations from Reaction Path and Kinetic Modeling
Environmental Science and Technology, 44(12):4821-4827 (2010)
Richard T. Wilkin
Dominic C. DiGiulio
NRMRL, Ada, OK Research that Provides a Basis for Understanding Water-Quality Changes Stemming from Geologic Carbon Sequestration
S11TF0138 Nitrogen Inputs to Seventy-Four Southern New England Estuaries:  Application of a Watershed Nitrogen Loading Model
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 89(2):125-136 (2010)
James Latimer
Michael Charpentier
NHEERL, Narragansett, RI Providing a Scientific Basis for Developing Load-Based Stressor-Response Models for Setting Nitrogen Limits for Estuaries
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
ORCR Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery
OSCP Office of Science Coordination and Policy
*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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