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BE FY 2001 Awards

INSTRUMENTATION DEVELOPMENT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES (IDEA)

  SORT RESULTS BY: Principal Investigator |  Institution |  Award Amount
Total Awarded Institution Principal Investigator Title
INTEGRATED RESEARCH AND EDUCATION AWARDS
$135,000.00 Buford Price Construction and Operation of Biospectrologger in a Borehole in Polar Ice University of California, Berkeley
$796,818.00 Norman Platnick A Neural Network Based Automated Identification System for Biological Species American Museum of Natural History
$1,691,000.00 Robert Olson BIOCOMPLEXITY (IDEA): In Situ Measurement of Marine Microbes to Investigate Mechanisms of Community Structure Regulation Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
$1,927,000.00 Brian Lamb Development of Instrumentation for Measurement of Biosphere-Atmosphere fluxes of Carbon and Nitrogen Washington State University
$2,402,046.00 Karl Booksh Smart Sensors for In Situ Monitoring of Hydrothermal Vent Systems Arizona State University
$2,498,652.00 Marc Parlange Instrumentation to Measure the Emission and Transport of Biological Aerosols into the Atmosphere: Linking Across Scales from Microns to Kilometers John Hopkins University
AWARDS FOR EXPLORATORY AND DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES
$30,000.00 Anne Linn Materials Flow Accounting of Natural Resources: Workshop National Academy of Sciences
$91,481.00 Steven Higgins Exploratory Research: Complementary Development of New Chemical Sensor and Probe Microscopy Techniques for Environmental Research in Hydrothermal Ecosystems University of Wyoming
$95,384.00 James Jawitz In-Situ Quantification of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Mass Flux and Intrinsic Remediation Using Fiber Optic Biosensors University of Illinois, Chicago
$96,049.00 Valerie Thomas Reinventing the Use of Materials: Workshop Princeton University
$99,667.00 Erwin Poliakoff In Situ X-ray Probes of Surface-Mediated Pollutant Formation Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College
$99,918.00 David Crosley Teaming to Enable University Research on Hazardous Emissions Through New Instrumentation and Student Internships SRI International
$99,956.00 Alexander Van Green Biocomplexity IDEA: Portable devices to map the distribution of arsenic in Bangladesh groundwater & the relation to sediment structure Columbia University Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
$115,826.00 Anthony Hansen Solar/Wind Powered Instrumentation Module Development for Polar Environmental Research Magee Scientific Company

 

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