GEMS: Great Environmental Moments in Science
EPA researchers and partners are creating tools to help beach managers protect public health.
EPA researchers are creating a state-of-the-art three-dimensional model of the Gulf of Mexico's dead zone.
Glider surfs underneath the ocean, delivering new data about coastal waters.
EPA scientists and engineers are exploring how to tap green, effective, and low-cost methods to improve stormwater management.
A new tool developed by EPA allows planners and property owners to assess how green infrastructure can be used to reduce rainwater runoff from development sites.
EPA provides research and guidance on the incorporation of green infrastructure into Omaha’s combined sewer overflow control plan.
Researchers compare the effectiveness of buried streams versus open-air streams for removing harmful nitrogen from water systems.
EPA’s Drinking Water Treatability Database provides a one-stop shop for information on contaminants and treatment options.
EPA Partners with Coast Guard to Develop Ship Treatment System Protocols.
EPA’s Small Business Innovation Research Program supports innovative environmental technologies.
The State of California employs EPA's causal assessment CADDIS tool to identify and treat problems in waterways.
EPA researchers develop ways to study, assess, and report on the state of the nation's wetlands.
EPA scientists advance understanding of how biofilms in a drinking water system can harbor harmful bacteria following decontamination.
EPA researchers and partners develop assessment tools to help communities make better informed environmental decisions.
EPA researchers are developing high tech tools called "Dashboards" to help assess potential water contaminants.