FY2001-FY2005

FY2001
Project Name Principal Investigators
Development of a Two-Dimensional High Spatial Resolution Storm Surge Simulation Model for Single Processors and Distributed Computing Cluster Vibhas Aravamuthan
Storm Water Transport of Particulate Matter From Elevated Urban Transportation Corridors into Waterways of Louisiana – The Role of Partitioning and Implications For Treatment John Sansalone
Determining Uncertainty in Capture Zones and Interference from High Volume Wells Clinton Willson
Fecal Coliform Concentration in Runoff from Fields Applied with Dairy Manure Caye Drapcho
FY2002
Project Name Principal Investigators
 Flooding in a New Orleans Watershed Caused by Hurricanes That Do Not Overtop the Levee System  Donald Barbe, John McCorquodale, Gianna Cothren
 Response to Hurricane Induced Flooding in New Orleans  Craig Colten
 Flood Risk Mapping of the New Orleans Area  Vijay Singh, Donald Adrian
 Groundwater Contaminant Transport Following Flooding Events: Impacts of Model Size, Resolution, and Complexity  Clinton Willson
FY2003
Project Name Principal Investigators
 Use of Synchrotron Microtomography and X-Ray Fluorescence to Better Understand Contaminant Diffusion in Reactive Barrier Systems  Clinton Willson
 Metal Speciation in Particulates in the Mississippi River in Louisiana  Amitava Roy
 Economic Assessments of Best Management Practices and Environmental Policy Options for Attaining the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Goal in Louisianas Major Milkshed  Krishna Paudel, Wayne Gauthier
 FY2004
Project Name Principal Investigators
Use of Synchrotron Microtomography and X-Ray Fluorescence to Better Understand Contaminant Diffusion in Reactive Barrier Systems Clinton Willson
Metal Speciation in Particulates in the Mississippi River in Louisiana Amitava Roy
Quantifying Hydrologic Impacts on Spatio-Temporal Variability of Stream Water Quality in Coastal Louisiana Vijay Singh, Y. Jun Xu
 FY2005
Project Name Principal Investigators
 Modeling Sediment-Controlled TMDLs for the Branched and Braided Networks of Waterways in Louisiana: Model Development and Application to the Amite River Basin  Zhi-Qiang Deng
 Total mercury and methylmercury in Louisiana fresh, brackish and salt marsh  Istvan Devai, Ronald DeLaune
 Probabilistic Assessment of the Effectiveness of BMPs in Coastal Louisiana  Vijay Singh
 A comprehensive study of mercury/methylmercury fate, transport and bioavailability in lake Pontchartrain sediments  Aassaf Abdelghani, Maury Howard, Robert Reimers, Khalid Saleh

 

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