Good News from The Baruch Insititute
Dr. Alicia Wilson's project entitled "How Does Coastal Development Impact Groundwater Inputs to Estuarine Tidal Creeks (Year 2)" is funded by SC Sea Grant Consortium/NOAA for $74,448.
Dr. Dianne Greenfield's project entitled "Development of a new molecular tool to rapidly detect and quantify harmful algal blooms (HABs) caused by cyanobacteria: Enhanced early warning to safeguard environmental and public health (Year 2)" is funded by SC Sea Grant Consortium/NOAA for $72,104.
Dr. Erik Smith's project entitled "Determining Sedimentation Rates in Stormwater Detention Ponds to Improve Life-Cycle Cost Assessments Associated with Maintenance Dredging (Year 2)" is funded by SC Sea Grant Consortium/NOAA for $64,242.
Dr. James Morris' project entitled "LTREB Renewal: Long Term Studies of Salt Marsh Primary Production" is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for $180,000.