Using Anthropogenic Compounds in Sewage to Create New Fecal Source and Fecal Age Indicators for Use in Protecting and Improving Water Quality in Kentucky Watersheds: 104B State Water Resources Research Institute Program 2017

  • Brion, Gail (PI)

Grants and Contracts Details


Members of the Institute's Committee on Research and Policy evaluated 16 proposals submitted in response to a request for proposals for student research enhancement grants. The nine projects included in this application represent those identified for support by the advisory committee. These small projects will provide funding for undergraduate and graduate student research efforts (2 BS, 5 MS, and 2 PhD students) at 4 different institutions in a variety of discipline areas (biological sciences, forestry, civil engineering, biosystems and agricultural engineering, geosciences, and chemistry). The intent of this approach is to strengthen programs related to water resources and to encourage development of broad-based research capacity related to water in the Commonwealth. An additional Information Transfer Project is intended to help support a variety of communications efforts of the institute including several web sites and the Annual Water Resources Symposium.
Effective start/end date3/1/172/28/18


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