Research Grants

 

 

As a (Co-)PI

“Roles of microplastics in reclaimed water - Altering persistence and bioavailability of antimicrobials in agricultural soils”, USDA, 2020-2024, PI: Chow AT, Co-PI: Karanfil T; Chen H; Tsui MTK; Osena AL; Williams CF.
 

“Develop rapid indicators to detect micropollutants in coastal blackwater rivers in South Carolina”, Clemson PSA, 2019-2021, PI: Chow AT; Co-PI: Karanfil T, Chen H, Majidzadeh H.

As a Participant

“Molecular-level characteristics of forest-derived dissolved organic matter and their responses to nitrogen deposition”, NSF China, 2019-2021, PI: Wang JJ.


“Fuel reduction techniques as effective forested watershed management practices against wildfire: drinking water quality aspects”, EMSL, PNNL, 2018, PI: Chow AT.


“Fuel reduction techniques as effective forested watershed management practices against wildfire: drinking water quality aspects”, US EPA, 2015-2018. PIs: Karanfil T and Chow AT.


“Collaborative Research: Halocarbon biogeochemistry in coastal wetland ecosystems - Exploring the transition between forested wetland to salt marsh”, NSF, 2015-2018, PIs: Chow AT, Conner WH, Rhew R, and Myneni S.

 

“Retreat of tidally influenced freshwater forested wetlands in the Southeast: Biogeochemical Investigations and Field Support”, USGS, 2014-2019. PIs: Conner WH and Chow AT


“Impacts of prescribed fire on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon production and contaminant phototransforamtion reactions in coastal plain”, USDA-NIFA, 2014-2018, PI: Chow AT, Wang GG, Trettin C, and Dahlgren RA.


“Forest fire alters disinfection byproduct precursor exports from forested watersheds,” JFSP, 2014-2018, PIs: Chow AT, Dahlgren RA, Wang GG, and Trettin C.


“Long term legacy of the 2002 Hayman Fire on water quality and treatability”, JFSP, 2014-2017, PIs: Rhoades CC and Chow AT.