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It is with great pride and pleasure that SERDP and ESTCP announce the 2017 Projects of the Year. This year’s awards recognize scientific advances and technological solutions to some of DoD’s most significant environmental and installation energy challenges—
These projects will be featured in the slideshow on the home page of the SERDP and ESTCP website through the middle of February. Please visit the SERDP and ESTCP blog to read more about each of these award-winning projects!
Characterization of the Fate and Biotransformation of Fluorochemicals in AFFF-Contaminated Groundwater at Fire/Crash Testing Military Sites
Dr. Jennifer Field, Oregon State University | Project Highlights
Parameterized Process Models for Underwater Munitions Expert System
Dr. Carl Friedrichs, Virginia Institute of Marine Science | Project Highlights
Assessing Climate Change Impacts for DoD Installations in the Southwest United States During the Warm Season
Dr. Christopher Castro, University of Arizona | Project Highlights
MEMS-enabled Reliable Submunition (MERS)
Mr. Charles Robinson and Mr. Jeffrey Smyth, U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center | Project Highlights
Coupling Geothermal Heat Pumps with Underground Thermal Energy Storage"
Mr. Chuck Hammock, Andrews, Hammock & Powell, Inc. | Project Highlights
1,4-Dioxane Remediation by Extreme Soil Vapor Extraction (XSVE)
Dr. Rob Hinchee, IST | Project Highlights
Development of Blast-Barge Technology for Underwater Munitions Demolition
Mr. Timothy Shelton, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Engineer Research and Development Center | Project Highlights
Environmental DNA as a Tool for Inventory and Monitoring of Aquatic Vertebrates
Dr. Alexander Fremier and Dr. Caren Goldberg, Washington State University | Project Highlights
Environmentally Friendly Zirconium Oxide Pretreatment
Mr. Fred Lafferman, Army Research Laboratory | Project Highlights