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Center Funded Projects

Center Affiliated Projects

Recent Research Proposals

 

Center Funded Projects

 

The following projects are funded through the USGS/NIWR 104B and 104G program.

Water Resources Research Center Base Program. Kirk Hatfield and Mark Newman (WRRC, Civil and Coastal Engineering). Funding Agency: USGS/NIWR. Amount: $277,005 (Annually).

Coupled Biological/Chemical Systems for Maximizing Phosphorus Removal from Natural Waters. Treavor Boyer and Mark Brown (Environemental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida). Collaborative Agency: Everglades Foundation. Amount: $48,216 (Annually 2011-Present).

Measurement of evapotranspiration, recharge, and runoff in a transitional water table environment. Mark Ross and Kenneth Trout (Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of South Florida). Collaborative Funding Agency: SWFWMD. Amount: $45,000 (Annually 2006-2009).

Comparing NEXRAD Rainfall and Rain Gauge Data in South Florida Water Management District. Ramesh Teegavarapu (Civil Engineering, Florida Atlantic University). Collaborative Funding Agency: SWFWMD. Amount: $17,500.

Investigating arsenic mobilization during aquifer storage recovery (ASR). Mike Annable and Stuart Norton (Environmental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida). Collaborative Funding Agency: FGS/FDEP/SWFWMD. Amount: $150,000.

Sensitivity Analysis of South Florida Regional Modeling. Rafael Munoz-Carpena , Gregory Kiker (Agricultural and Biological Engineering, University of Florida) and Wendy Graham (Water Institute). Collaborative Funding Agency: SFWMD. Amount: $35,000.

Addition of Ecological Algorithms into the RSM Model. Greg Kiker, Rafael Munoz-Carpena (Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, University of Florida) and Wendy Graham (Water Institute):  Collaborative Funding Agency: SFWMD. Amount: $35,000.

A comparison of FSU/NWS and OneRain precipitation data and their insertion into the WAM hydrologic model. Henry Fuelberg (Meteorology, Florida State University). Collaborative Funding Agency: SFWMD. Amount: $22,000.

Measurement of erosion around hydraulic structures. Tian-Jian Hsu (Civil and Coastal Engineering, University of Florida): Collaborative Funding Agency: SFWMD. Amount: $17,250.

Complex flows through culvert structures by CFD modeling. Tian-Jian Hsu (Civil and Coastal Engineering, University of Florida). Collaborative Funding Agency: SFWMD. Amount: $22,000.

Space-based monitoring of wetland surface flow.  Shimon Wdowinski (School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami). Amount: $158,687.

 

Center Affiliated Projects

 

Predicting DNAPL Source Zone and Plume Response Using Site-Measured Characteristics. Michael D. Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences), Michael C. Brooks (EPA, Kerr Research Center), Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering), James W. Jawitz (Soil and Water Science Department) P. Suresh C. Rao (School of Civil Engineering & Agronomy Department, Purdue University) A. Lynn Wood (EPA, Kerr Research Center). Funding Agency: DoD (SERDP). Amount: $1,166,000.

Demonstration and Validation of a Fractured Rock Passive Flux Meter (FRPFM). Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering), Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences), Harald Klammler (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil), Mark Newman (Civil and Coastal Engineering), Jaehyun Cho (Environmental Engineering Sciences), Beth Parker (University of Guelph), John Cherry (University of Waterloo), and Bill Pedler (RAS). Funding Agency: DoD (ESTCP). Amount: $762,269.

Novel Sensor for Insitu Measurement of Uranium Flux. Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering), Aaron Peacock (Microbial Insights), Stephen Cabaniss (University of New Mexico), James Ranville (Colorado School of Mines), Mark Newman (Civil and Coastal Engineering), Jaehyun Cho (Environmental Engineering Sciences), Harald Klammler (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil), Funding Agency: DoE. Amount: $1,267,028.

A Collaborative Florida-Brazil Investigation of Subsurface Contaminant Mass Flows. Kirk Hatfield, (Civil and Coastal Engineering), Harald Klammler (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil), Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences) and Mark Newman (Civil and Coastal Engineering). Agency: NSF, Amount: $19,800.

NAPL Area 3 Source Remediation Performance. Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering) and Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences). Funding Agency: Malcolm Pirnie. Amount: $64,273.

Flux monitoring at Hill AFB OU2. Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences). and Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering) Funding Agency: CH2M Hill. Amount: $40,000.

Karst Aquifer Modeling in North Central Florida. Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering) and Ron Green (SWRI). Funding Agency: SJRWMD, Amount: $100,000.

Groundwater Modeling in support of the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program. Lou Motz and Mark Newman (Civil and Coastal Engineering). Funding Agency: FDEP, Amount: $82,500.

Seasonal Variability of Near Surface Water: Phase II. Mark Newman and Kirk Hatfield (Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering). Funding Agency: FDOT, Amount: $115,741.

Seasonal Variability of Near Surface Water. Jennifer Jacobs, Kirk Hatfield, David Bloomquist, and Mark Newman (Civil and Coastal Engineering). Funding Agency: FDOT, Amount: $250,000.

Humic Materials for Prevention of Actinide. Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering) and Irina Perminova (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia). Funding Agency: NATO, Amount: $14,425.

Flux Meter for Measuring Water and Contaminant Mass Flux. Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering) and Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences). Funding Agency: WSRC, Amount: $101,494.

Passive Flux Meter Deployment at Ft Lewis. Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences) and Kirk Hatfield, (Civil and Coastal Engineering). Funding Agency: Malcolm-Pirnie, Amount: $80,000.

EZVI Performance Patrick AFB OT-30.Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences) and Kirk Hatfield, (Civil and Coastal Engineering). Funding Agency: CORE, Amount: $24,300.

Flux Monitoring Lake Lucina Dry Cleaners. Kirk Hatfield, (Civil and Coastal Engineering) and Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences). Funding Agency: Golder, Amount:$10,000.

 

Recent Proposals

 

Novel Sensor for the Insitu Measurement of Uranium Fluxes. Agency: DoE, Amount: $1,140,182. Status: FUNDED.

Predicting DNAPL Source Zone and Plume Response Using Site-Measured Characteristics. Agency: DoD (SERDP), Amount: $1,166,000. Status: FUNDED.

Demonstration and Validation of a Fractured Rock Passive Flux Meter (FRPFM). Agency: DoD (ESTCP), Amount: $762,269. Status: FUNDED.

Williams AFB Source Remediation Performance Assessment (Deep Down-gradient Wells). Kirk Hatfield (Civil and Coastal Engineering), Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences), Mark Newman (Civil and Coastal Engineering), Jaehyun Cho (Environmental Engineering Sciences), Agency: BEM, Amount: $51,700. Status: pending.

A Collaborative Florida-Brazil Investigation of Subsurface Contaminant Mass Flows. Kirk Hatfield, (Civil and Coastal Engineering), Harald Klammler (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil), Michael Annable (Environmental Engineering Sciences) and Clayton Clark (Civil and Coastal Engineering). Agency: NSF, Amount: $19,800. Status: FUNDED.

Permeable Reactive Barriers for Remediation of Large, Deep, and Dilute Plumes by Injection of Mineral-Adhesive Humic Materials. Agency: DoD, Amount: $232,380. Status: pending.

Water Resources Research Center Annual Base Program. Agency: US Dept. of Interior (USGS), Amount: $316,214. Status: FUNDED.

Developing a passive sensor for the direct measurement of strontium-90, plutonium, and groundwater flux in fractured and karst aquifers. Agency: DoE, $300,000. Status: denied.

Understanding the role of humic substances in actinide bio-immobilization contaminated DOE sites. Agency: DoE, Amount: $600,000. Status: pending.

Cost-effective Annual Monitoring of Contaminant Concentration and Water and Contaminant Discharges. Agency: DoD, Amount: $350,000. Status: pending.

Demonstration and Validation of a Fractured Rock Passive Flux Meter (FRPFM). Agency: DoD, Amount: $280,000. Status: pending.

Direct passive measurements of water and solute mass fluxes in surface water. Agency: NSF, Amount: $265,000. Status: denied.

Williams AFB Source Remediation Performance Assessment (Deep Down-gradient Wells). Agency: DoD, Amount: $50,000. Status: pending.

Ability of Biomarkers to Detect and Quantify In Situ Rates of Contaminant Degradation. Agency: DoD, Amount: $950,000. Status: denied

Predicting DNAPL Source Zone and Plume Response Using Site-Measured Characteristics. Agency: DoD, Amount: $1,050,000. Status: pending.

A Critical Zone Observatory for Humid, Warm, Low-Relief Watersheds (Santa Fe River Basin, FL) Drivers, Feedbacks and Controls of Hydrologic and Elemental Interactions. Agency: NSF, Amount: $4,300,00. Status: denied.

A collaborative exchange between the University of Montpellier and Florida: Water resources of carbonate aquifers. Agency: French Embassy, $ 170,000. Status: denied.

University of Florida College of Engineering
Kirk Hatfield, Director
Engineering School of Sustainable
Infrastructure & Environment
P.O. Box 116580 | Gainesville, FL 32611
Telephone: (352) 392-9537, ext. 1400
Fax: (352) 392-3394
University of Florida

 

 

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