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Technical Reports

Report N.1: An Assessment Of The Use of Potomac Estuary Waters and AWT Effluents For Emergency Water Supply

Report N.2: Evaluation Of The Use Of Pricing As A Tool For Conserving Water

Report N.3: Annual Report Vol. III

Report N.4: Annual Report July 1, 1973 to June 30, 1974

Report N.5: Feasibility Of Alum Sludge Reclamation

Report N.6: Survey, Ecology, and Systematics of the Upper Potomac Estuary Biota: Aufwuchs Microfauna Phase I

Report N.7: Annual Report Vol. II July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975

Report N.8: Survey, Ecology, And Systematics Of The Upper Potomac Estuary Biota: Aufwuchs Microfauna Phase II

Report N.9: Characterization of Nonvolatile Organic Material During Physical-Chemical Treatment of the District of Columbia Raw Wastewater

Report N.10: Third Annual Report July 1, 1975 - June 30, 1976

Report N.11: Colorimetric Analysis Of Ammonia In Water

Report N.12: Persistence Modeling For The Potomac and Adjacent Rivers

Report N.13: The Distribution, Transport and Cycling Of Dissolved And Particulate Organic Carbon In The Potomac And Anacostia rivers In The Greater Washington Area

Report N.15: Removal of Eutrophic Nutrients from Wastewater

Report N.16: Removal of Eutrophic Nutrients from Wastewater and their Bioconversion to Bacterial Single Cell Protein for Animal Feed Supplements Phase III

Report N.17: Institutional Arrangements For Areawide Water Resources Management Planning In The Washington, D.C Region Under The Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972

Report N.18: Use Of Enzymatic Cycling For High Specificity And Sensitivity In The Colorimetric Analysis Of Ammonia

Report N.19: Annual Report 1977-1978

Report N.20: Annual Report 1978-1979

Report N.21: Detailed Report on the Use of Enzymatic Cycling for High Specificity and Precision in the Colorimeter Analysis of Ammonia

Report N.22: Notes on Water Supply Interconnections Institutional Factors

Report N.23: A curriculum For Water Supply And Wastewater Operation, Maintenance And Management

Report N.24: The District Of Columbia Five- Year water Resources Research program Plan.1982-1987

Report N.26: FY 1981 Annual Cooperative Program And Financial Plan

Report N.27: Annual Report Fiscal Year 1980

Report N.28: Urban Catchment Models

Report N.29: Urban Aquaculture Of The Rainbow Trout [Salmo Gairdneri]

Report N.30: Photosynthetic Pigments As Indicators Of Algal Activity In The Upper Potomac Estuary

Report N.31: An Evaluation Of Recreational Benefits And Use Estimating Models For Water Resource Planning

Report N.32: DC Water Resources Research Institute FY 82 program Plan

Report N.36: Water Supply Management in the District of Columbia, An Institutional Assessment

Report N.37: Analysis Of Inorganic Anions In Potomac Water, Sediments And Floc By Ion Chromatography

Report N.38: The District of Columbia Water Resources Related Activities 1980-1981

Report N.39: Survey, Ecology, and Systematics of The Upper Potomac Estuary Biota: Aufwuchs Microfauna Phase III

Report N.40: Directory of University Water Expertise In The District Of Columbia

Report N.41: Directory of Water-Related Organizations in the District of Columbia

Report N.42: Determination of Nitrite and Nitrate in Water

Report N.43: Assessment of the State of the Art and Development of Proposed Improvements in Recreation Benefit Valuation for Water Resources Planning

Report N.44: Annual Report Fiscal Year 1982

Report N.45: Artifacts And Loses In The Sampling Of Chlorinated Waters By XAD Absorption

Report N.47: The Effect of Aufwuchs Copper on Spat Settlement of the Oyster Crassostrea virginica

Report N.48: Trihalomethane Removal And Formation Mechanism In Water

Report N.50: Glossary of Useful Water Research Terms

Report N.53: Views on US Water Research and Technology Transfer Programs

Report N.54: Concentrations of Organic Phosphate, Nitrogen, and Carbon in Storm Runoff and Sewers in the Greater Washington DC Area

Report N.56: Design of A Water Resources, Training Program For Operation, Maintenance and Management

Report N.58: Derivation of Unit-Day-Values for Recreation Benefit Valuation in Water Resources Planning Based on a Comprehensive Theoretical Framework

Report N.59: Development of Frequency Functions for Urban Non-Point Sources

Report N.60: FY 1983 Institutional Final Program report

Report N.62: Ground Water Problems in the Mid-Atlantic Fall Line

Report N.63: Modeling water Quality Variables Of The Potomac River At The Entrance To Its Estuary Phase I Trend & Season

Report N.65: Development Of An Improved Test For The Determination Of Biochemical Oxygen Demand

Report N.66: Chemical Separation of Water Samples

Report N.68: Fiscal Year 1984 Program Report

Report N.70: DC WRRC Site Evolution and Briefing Report, Nov/Dec 1985

Report N.72: Transfer Of Information Among Water Quality Variables Of The Potomac River Phase III: Transferable And Transferred Information

Report N.73: Mutagenesis of the metabolite of Nonionic Detergents in Water

Report N.74: Application Of Non - Point Source Response Functions To General Urban Land Uses

Report N.75: Study of Erosion and Sedimentation of Selected Small Streams in the District of Columbia

Report N.76: Assessment Of The Impact Of Non- Point Source Pollution On The Anacostia River: The District Of Columbia Portion

Report N.89 Agri-Chemicals and Ground Water Quality Future Directions: 1988 Annual Joint Seminar

Report N.92: Directory of University Water Expertise in the District of Columbia

Report N.93: FY 89 State Water Research Institute Program

Report N.99: Anacostia River Sediment Toxicity: Localization And Characterization Using A Bioassay Corbicular Laura

Report N.100: The Anacostia River: Ecological Studies Of Water Pollution Biology

Report N.103: Background Study of the Groundwater in the District of Columbia

Report N. 107: Groundwater Assessment Of The District Of Columbia: Background Discussions Proceeding Of a Seminar

Report N.115: Conference Proceedings: An Agenda for Black Universities

Report N.120: Lead Profiles in Drinking Water in the District of Columbia: A Background Report

Report N.124: Assessment Of The Impact Of Non- Point Source Pollution On The Ground Water In The District Of Columbia (Group A Wells)

Report N.125: Urban Land Use Activities And The Ground Water: A Background Survey Of The District of Columbia

Report N.126: Ground Water Resource Assessment Study for the District of Columbia

Report N.127: Ground Water Resource Assessment Study for the District of Columbia

Report N.129: Combined Work/ Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAP,P) For The "Ground Water Resource Assessment Study For The District Of Columbia" Phase III

Report N.130: Fiscal Year 1991 Program Report

Report N.133: Glossary Of Useful Water Resources Terms

Report N. 136: Ground Water Resources Assessment Study For The District Of Columbia

Report N.137: Ground Water Resources Assessment Study For The District Of Columbia

Report N.138: Sampling and Analysis Report for the Group B Wells Phase II

Report N.139: Book of Abstracts

Report N.140: The District Of Columbia Five-Year Resources Research Program Plan 1993- 1998

Report N.141: Proceedings Water Research at the University of the District of Columbia: A Technical Symposium

Report N.142: Directory of University Water Expertise

Report N.145: Groundwater Resource Assessment Study for the District of Columbia

Report N.146: Impact Of Pesticide Application On Ground And Surface Water At Rock Creek Golf Course

Report N.147: Definition of Groundwater Flow in the Water Table Aquifer of the Southern Anacostia River Basin

Report N.152: Water For Life: Celebrating 20 Years of Research, Education, and Public Service in the District of Columbia

Report N.153: Water Resources Publications Pertaining to the District of Columbia.

Report N.156: Development Of A Groundwater Contour Map For The Water Table Aquifer In The Atlantic Coastal Plain Deposits Of Washington, DC

Report N.160: Development Of New Techniques For Rapid Identification Of Pollutants In Ground Water

Report N.162: Field Measurements of Groundwater and Numerical Model

Report N.163: List of Publications

Report N.166: Glossary Of Water Resources Terms

Report N.170: Fiscal Year 1994, Annual Report, Grant No. 14-08-0001-G 2011

Report N.172: Chesapeake Bay Water Quality Management

Report N.173: Feasibility Study of Recreational Potential of Anacostia River Along the North Eastern Part of Washington, DC

Report N.174: A Pilot Study of the Appropriateness of Inexpensive Methods for Piezometer Installation at Site along the Anacostia River

Report N.176: Lead in Residential Drinking Water Risk Assessment

Report N.178: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE OPTIMAL THICKNESS OF A SAND LAYER IN A SAND FILTER WATER QUALITY STRUCTURE

Report N. 179: Quality Assurance Project Plan For Biological Stream Monitoring In The District Of Columbia

Report N.180: Fiscal Year 1996 Annual Report, #G2011 Grant No. 14-08-0001-G201 Report N.177: Chemical Composition and Speciation of Tributyltin Compounds in Estuarine Sediments1

Report N.181: PCB Congenors and Chlordane in Anacostia Estuary Sediments and Asiatic Clams ( Corbicula fluminea) Possible Effect of Recent Dredging

Report N.182: Anacostia Urban River Issues Study

Report N.183: Nutrient Testing and Impact of Environment on the Nutrient Content in the Chesapeake Bay

Report N.184: Series Approximation in Analysis of Risk

Report N.185: Annual Technical Report 2000

Report N.186: Sources of Bioavailable Toxic Pollutants in the Anacostia

Report N.187: Analysis of Censored Environmental Data with Box-Cox Transformation

Report N.188: Water Environment Studies in Schools: In-School Program

Report N.189: Annual Technical Report 2001

Report N.190: Properties of the Power Normal-Normal Distribution

Report N.191: Corbicula Biomonitoring in the Anacostia Watershed

Report N.192: Annual Technical Report 2002

Report N.193: Estimation of Upper Quantiles Under Model and Parameter Uncertainty

Report N.195: Water Environment Studies in Schools Effectiveness Evaluation

Report N.196: Speciation of Tributyltin and Triphenyltin Compounds in Clays from Sediments Including the effect of Microorganisms Using Mossbauer Spectroscopy

Report N.197: Speciation of Triorganotins in Sediments of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers as the Result of Their Interactions with Bacteria

Report N.198: Annual Technical Report 2003

Report N.199: Effect of Pelletized Poultry manure on Vegetable Production and Vadose Zone Water Quality

Report N.200: DC H20 What's on Tap

Report N.201: The Development of a MEMS-based Integrated Wireless Remote Biosensors

Report N.202: Assessment of Soil Erosion at a DC Park Facility Spring Valley Park NW Washington, DC

Report N.203: District of Columbia Drinking Water Blind Taste Testing

Report N.204:Identification of PCB, PAH and Chlordane Source Areas in the Anacostia River Watershed

Report N. 205 Wet Weather Flow Characterization for the Rock Creek through Monitoring and Modeling

Report N. 206 Silica and Siliceous Surfaces as Hosts for Hazardous Metals in Water

Report N. 207 Occurrence fate and transport of 17ß-estradiol and testoserone in the environment

Report N. 208 Nutrient flow and biological dynamics in the Anacostia River progress report

Report N. 209 Monitoring the Effectiveness of Best Management Practice in Removing
Pollutants from Urban Stormwater Runoff

Report N. 210Assessment of Waterborne Contamination with Human Pathogens in Tributaries of the Anacostia River Using the Asiatic Clam Corbicula fluminea (word doc)

Report N. 211 AIR-DEPOSITED POLLUTION IN THE ANACOSTIA RIVER WATERSHED

Report N. 212 An Analytical Study on the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers

Report N. 213 An Economic Impact Analysis of DC Drinking Water Quality

Report N. 214 DC's Contaminated Anacostia Estuary Sediments: A Biomonitoring Approach (2000)

Report N. 215 Sources of Bioavailable Toxic Pollutants in the Anacostia Watershed (Part III) (2004)

Report N. 216 Identification of PCB, PAH and Chlordane Source Areas in the Anacostia River Watershed (2005)

Report N. 217 Clam Active Biomonitoring and POM Passive Monitoring for Anacostia Watershed Contaminant Point Sources (2010)

Report N. 218 Active Biomonitoring for PCB, PAH and Chlordane Sources in the Anacostia Watershed (2008)

Report N. 219 Corbicula Active (ABM Biomonitoring and Passive (POM) Chlordane Monitoring in the Anacostia River Watershed (MD). WRRI Report 2011

Report N. 220 DC Water Issues Forum and Water Research Faculty Professional Development Program - Final Report

Report N. 221 Determination of Seasonal Source Variation of Hydrocarbons, Organics and Nutrients in the Anacostia River: Stable Isotope Ratios of Specific Compounds

Report N. 222 A Hierarchical Spatio-¬Temporal Dynamical Model for Predicting Precipitation Occurrence and Accumulation

Report N. 223 The Application of Multiple Antibiotic Resistance Profiles of Coliforms to Detect Sources of Bacterial Contamination of the Anacostia River

Report N. 224 Evaluating the Performance of Low Impact Developments on Runoff Volume in Washington DC.

Report N. 225 Speciation of some tributyltin compounds in Anacostia and Potomac River sediments using 119SnNMR spectroscopy

Report N. 226 A Stochastic Stormwater Quality Volume-Sizing Method with First Flush Emphasis.

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WRRI Posters

Integrating Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling as a Tool for Water Resource Management in the District of Columbia

Arsenic Modulates Cell Proliferation Pathways in MCF-7 Breast Cancer Cells

Finding Contaminant Source in the Anacostia Watershed

Development of MEMS-Based Integrated Wireless Remote Biosensors

District of Columbia Drinking Water Blind Taste Testing

Occurrence, Fate and Transport of 17ß-estradiol and Testosterone in the Environment

Gradual Variation Analysis for Groundwater Flow in the District of Columbia

Modeling of Integrated Urban Wastewater System

Integrating Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling as a Tool for
Water Resource Management in the District of Columbia

Effect of Soil Amendment with Pelletized Poultry Manure on Crop Production and Water Quality

Application of Spatiotemporal Informatics to Water Quality

Analytical Probabilistic Analysis for Urban Runoff Quality

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College of Urban Agriculture and Environmental Studies (CAUSES)

CAUSES Academic Programs

Environmental Science and Urban Sustainability – Tom Kakovitch, Chair
Health Education - John Slack, Chair
Nursing – Dr. Pier Broadnax, Chair
Nutrition and Dietetics - Dr. Prema Ganganna, Chair
Urban Architecture and Community Planning - Ralph Belton, Chair


CAUSES Land-grant Programs

Architectural Research Institute - Clarence Pearson, Director
Center for 4-H and Youth Development – Rebecca Bankhead, Director
Center for Sustainable Development – Dr. Dwane Jones, Director
Institute of Gerontology - Dr. Elgloria Harrison, Interim Director
Water Resources Research Institute – Dr. Tolessa Deksissa, Director
Center for Urban Agriculture & Gardening Education – Che’ Axum, Director
Center for Nutrition, Diet and Health - Dr. Lillie Monroe-Lord


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