Fate and Transport of Contaminants in Sediments

Completed Projects List
Project Title Completed

Biotic and Abiotic Attenuation of Nitrogenous Energetic Compounds (NEC) in Coastal Waters and Sediments

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1431
Principal Investigator: Dr. Michael Montgomery, Naval Research Laboratory
SERDP Jun 2008

Coupling Between Pore Water Fluxes, Structural Heterogeneity, and Biogeochemical Processes Controls Contaminant Mobility, Bioavailability, and Toxicity in Sediments

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1745
Principal Investigator: Dr. Aaron Packman, Northwestern University
SERDP Jan 1970

Demonstration of Fluorescent Magnetic Particles for Linking Sources to Sediments at DoD Sites

Project Information
Project ID: ER-201214
Principal Investigator: Dr. James Leather, SPAWAR Systems Center
ESTCP Nov 2019

Demonstration of an Integrated Compliance Model for Predicting Copper Fate and Effects in DoD Harbors

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200523
Principal Investigator: Dr. Bart Chadwick, SPAWAR Systems Center
ESTCP Jun 2008

Determining the Fate and Ecological Effects of Copper and Zinc Loading in Estuarine Environments: A Multidisciplinary Approach

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1156
Principal Investigator: Dr. Bart Chadwick, SPAWAR Systems Center
SERDP Oct 2005

Evaluation of Resuspension from Propeller Wash in DoD Harbors

Project Information
Project ID: ER-201031
Principal Investigator: Dr. Pei-Fang Wang, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
ESTCP May 2016

Measurement and Modeling of Ecosystem Risk and Recovery for In Situ Treatment of Contaminated Sediments

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1552
Principal Investigator: Dr. Richard Luthy, Stanford University
SERDP Aug 2015

Predicting the Fate and Effects of Resuspended Metal Contaminated Sediments

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1746
Principal Investigator: Dr. G. Allen Burton Jr., University of Michigan
SERDP Jun 2017

Quantifying Enhanced Microbial Dehalogenation Impacting the Fate and Transport of Organohalide Mixtures in Contaminated Sediments

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1492
Principal Investigator: Dr. Max Haggblom, Rutgers University
SERDP Jan 2013

Quantifying In Situ Contaminant Mobility in Marine Sediments

Project Information
Project ID: ER-199712
Principal Investigator: Mr. Bradley Davidson, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
ESTCP Aug 2000

Speciation, Fluxes, and Cycling of Dissolved Copper and Zinc in Estuaries: The Roles of Sediment Exchange and Photochemical Effects

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1157
Principal Investigator: Dr. Stephen Skrabal, University of North Carolina
SERDP Jul 2005

Speciation, Sources, and Bioavailability of Copper and Zinc in DoD-Impacted Harbors and Estuaries

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1158
Principal Investigator: Dr. Martin Shafer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
SERDP Apr 2007

TNT Incorporation and Mineralization by Natural Microbial Assemblages at Frontal Boundaries between Water Masses and in Underlying Sediments in Coastal Ecosystems

Project Information
Project ID: ER-2124
Principal Investigator: Dr. Michael Montgomery, Naval Research Laboratory
SERDP Jul 2012

Tracking the Uptake, Translocation, Cycling, and Metabolism of Munitions Compounds in Coastal Marine Ecosystems Using Stable Isotopic Tracer

Project Information
Project ID: ER-2122
Principal Investigator: Dr. Craig Tobias, University of Connecticut
SERDP Jan 1970
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