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  • Title: Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center: homepage
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About.. Water Quality Lab.. Research.. Contact.. Site Search.. About WRRC.. Services.. Products.. Company.. Highlights and Announcements.. Participate in the Pennsylvanians and their Water survey.. We are partnering with Penn State Extension, Sea Grant Pennsylvania, and the Pennsylvania American Water Resources Association to conduct a survey entitled Pennsylvanians and Their Water.. The objective of this survey is to collect opinions from a large number of Pennsylvania residents on the current status of our water and how best to protect and manage it.. This informal survey is intended as a public engagement project and does not necessarily represent a statistical sampling of opinions.. The five-minute survey can be completed online at.. https://www.. surveymonkey.. com/s/PaWater.. Please feel free to pass along this email and the link to the survey to other Pennsylvania residents but they must be at least 18 years of age to complete the survey.. This is your chance to be heard on water issues and we appreciate your response!.. Take Survey.. Subscribe to our Listserv.. If you would like to receive updates on news and announcements on water topics pleases subscribe.. News will be delivered to your email inbox.. Subscribe.. Join the PA AWRA Student Chapter.. The Penn State AWRA  ...   , 2014.. Ramada Inn Conference Center, State College, PA.. Learn more and register at:.. http://agsci.. psu.. edu/pa-water-symposium.. In celebration of National Drinking Water Week, Penn State Extension and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection along with numerous other sponsors invite you to attend the 2014 Pennsylvania Groundwater Symposium at the Ramada Inn Conference Center in State College, PA.. The Symposium theme:.. Building Groundwater Knowledge Through Monitoring.. will provide a forum for researchers, students, professionals and educators working in the groundwater field to exchange information and promote protection of groundwater resources throughout the state.. A nominal registration fee of $30 for the symposium is made possible thanks to generous funding support from Penn State Extension, the Master Well Owner Network, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, the Pennsylvania Ground Water Association and the Penn State Water Resources Research Center.. Questions about the Pennsylvania Groundwater Symposium can be directed to Bryan Swistock, Penn State University, at.. 814-863-0194.. or.. brs@psu.. edu.. View presentations from the 2013 Symposium.. Penn State Water Colloquium Series.. Presentations from the spring 2013 series are available online.. Watch archives.. Pennsylvania Center for Water Resources Research.. 100 Land and Water Research Building University Park, PA 16802.. Telephone:(814) 863-0291 | The Pennsylvania State University..

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  • Title: Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center: About PA WRRC
    Descriptive info: You Are Here.. Home.. Water Quality Laboratory.. About PA WRRC.. Overview.. The Pennsylvania Center for Water Resources Research (WRRC) is part of the.. National Institutes for Water Resources.. We are one of 54 federally funded state and territorial water research centers created by the Water Resources Research Act of 1964 (P.. L.. 88-379 codified at 42 U.. S.. C.. 10301 et seq.. ), which authorized the establishment of a water resources research and technology institute or center in each state.. The water resources institutes are required by law to be located at each state s land grant university (or some other site designated by the governor).. Pennsylvania's WRRC is located at the Pennsylvania State University.. The WRRC is part of the.. Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment.. (PSIEE), which is the central coordinating structure for interdisciplinary research at The Pennsylvania State University.. PSIEE's mission is the discovery and transfer of knowledge in the use and management of environmental resources.. The Institute is dedicated to research, information dissemination and public education, and the training of graduate students.. Core funding for WRRC consists of a base grant from the United States Geological Survey (USGS), which varies each year from $85-92K.. The bulk of these funds are distributed to water resource researchers in Pennsylvania through a competitive grant program, where these federal monies must be matched with non-federal funds on a 2:1 basis.. Research Focus.. With a focus on water problems pertinent to Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic region, research areas include water quality and quantity management, hydrologic model development and assessment and fate and impact of pollutants.. The center maintains a fully equipped and staffed inorganic.. A water resources extension specialist, employed jointly by the center and the College of Agricultural Sciences, is a liaison between scientific and technological community and the public.. Meet the Director.. Elizabeth W.. Boyer, associate professor of  ...   the U.. and in Latin America.. Such studies provide a scientific basis for design and implementation of land management programs and policies to mitigate the effects of pollution, and to protect, conserve, and restore surface waters.. Our Location.. The Pennsylvania Center for Water Resources Research is located in the Land and Water Research Building on the University Park campus of the Pennsylvania State University as part of the Penn State Instiutes of the Energy and the Environment.. Our History.. The Pennsylvania WRRC was established through the Water Resources Act of 1964 (Public Law 88-379), which sought to stimulate, sponsor, provide for, and supplement present programs for the conduct of research, investigations, experiments, and the training of scientists in the fields of water and of resources which affect water.. The Act charged a college or university in each state appointed by the state s governor to plan and conduct and/or arrange for a component or components of the college or university with which it is affiliated to conduct competent research, investigations, and other experiments of either a basic or practical nature, or both, in relation to water resources and to provide for the training of scientists.. In 1964 Governor William W.. Scranton designated Penn State as the official educational institution to carry out the provisions of the Water Resources Act in Pennsylvania.. The Institute on Land and Water Resources, the precursor to ERRI, was selected by the University to administer the program and the Water Resources Center was formed.. Our Mission.. The mission of the Pennsylvania WRRC is stipulated by the Federal Water Resources Research Act and has three objectives:.. To plan, facilitate, and conduct research to help resolve local, state and national water resources problems.. To train water scientists and engineers through participation in water resources research and outreach.. To promote technology transfer and the dissemination and application of research results..

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  • Title: Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center: Water Quality Laboratory
    Descriptive info: The Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center maintains a water quality laboratory equipped with a full range of analytical instruments for specific water analyses such as pH, alkalinity, acidity, specific conductance, sulfates, turbidity, chlorides, fluorides, and various forms of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, metals, and heavy metals.. The laboratory follows strict quality assurance and quality control guidelines set by the U.. Environmental Protection Agency.. Techniques and equipment available are listed below.. View Water Quality Laboratory Flyer.. Laboratory Equipment.. PerkinElmer AAnalyst 80 Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.. Mettler Toledo DL15 Potentiometric Titrator for Endpoint Titrations.. Radiometer TIM865 TitraLab: acid neutralizing capacity.. Dionex ICS-3000: Ion Chromatography for fluoride, chloride, nitrate, sulfate, bromide.. Shimadzu TOC-VCPH: carbon/total nitrogen analyzer.. YSI 3200 conductivity meter.. Beckman  ...   TOC-VCPH.. SEAL AQ2 Automated Advanced Discrete Analyzer.. Solids Analysis.. Picarro L2130-i Analyzer.. Laboratory Contact.. Karol Confer, Manager.. kec1@psu.. Telephone: 814-863-0158.. Rates.. Log-in to view our rates.. Techniques.. Atomic Absorption Spectrometer - Flame.. Atomic Absorption Spectrometer - Furnace.. Acidity - Alkalinity Titration.. Acid Neutralizing Capacity.. Ion Chromatography - Fluoride, Chloride, Nitrate, Sulfate.. Carbon/Nitrogen Analyzer - DIC - DOC - TN.. Conductivity.. pH.. Mercury.. Discrete Automated Wet Chemistry Analyzer - NH3,SiO2, P.. Isotope Analyzer - Oxygen 16/18, Deuterium/Hydrogen.. Solids Analysis- Total, Settleable, Total Dissolved, Total Suspended.. Turbidimeter.. Other Campus Laboratories.. Other labs providing analyses include:.. Laboratory for Isotopes and Metals in the Environment (LIME).. Cryogenic Vacuum Distillation System (Eissenstat Lab).. Agricultural Analytical Services Laboratory.. Shared Fermentation Facility, University Park..

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  • Title: Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center (PAWRRC): Research
    Descriptive info: The PA WRRC provides administration and funding for a program of small grants in support of exploratory water resources research, public education, and training.. Funds are provided on a 2:1 non-federal: federal matching basis.. Please see list of projects funded by year below.. Links are provided for project abstracts/completion reports.. Research Projects.. 2012 Research Projects.. Pennsylvania Water Resources Sustainability Survey.. Instrumenting Nature: Bringing real-time data into the K-12 curriculum.. Statistical Evaluation of Triclosan Measurements in Wastewater using ELISA protocol.. Evaluation of Round Goby Habitat Disturbance and Impacts to Native Fish Populations.. Removal of Benzoic Acids by Anion Exchange Resins as Analogues for Natural Organic Matter and Emerging Contaminants.. 2011 Research Projects.. Assessing the Influence of Nutrient Sources to Urban Streams Through the use of Triple Nitrate Isotopes.. Understanding Municipal Officials Decisions to Lease Watershed Lands for Marcellus Shale Gas Exploration.. Quantifying the Nitrogen Retention Capacity of Legacy Sediments and Hydric Soils Before and After Restoration.. Fish Exposure to Emerging Contaminants in Municipal Wastewater: Can Dietary Sewage Contribution Predict Severity of Estrogenic Effects?.. Development of a Subsurface Reactive Transport Model for Predicting Potential Water Quality Probles in Marcellus Shale.. 2010 Research Projects.. Public Education on Water Issues Related to Marcellus Gas Drilling.. Simultaneous Removal of Phosphorous and Organic Acids using Magnetic Ion Exchange Resin (MIEX) Treatment and Alum Prior to Micron Filtration.. Predicting Total Mercury in Pennsylvania Soils in Order to Predict Pennsylvania Watersheds with the Highest Total Mercury Contents.. Coupled Analytical and Biological Analyses of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds (EDCs) of Emerging Concern in Municipal Wastewater Sources in Philadelphia.. 2009 Research Projects.. An Emerging Technology for Emerging Contaminants: Biocatalysis of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Wastewater for Beneficial Reuse.. Characterization,  ...   oxygen availability on Fe cycling microbial communities within an acid mine drainage-induced-kill zone.. 2006 Research Projects.. Passive Remediation of Acid Mine Drainage Using Chitin.. Identification and Enumeration of Pathogenic Bacteriophages in the Waters Surrounding Presque Isle State Park.. Rural Drinking Water Quality in.. Pennsylvania.. Functional Classification of Susquehnna River Basin Watersheds in an Uncertainty Framework.. 2005 Research Projects.. Nitrate Source Tracking: Combining Isotopic, Microbial, and Chemical Tracers in a Mixed Land-Use Watershed.. Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) profiles of Escherichia coli and enterococci for predicting sources of microbial pollution.. Source Water Protection from Infectious Cryptosporidium spp.. Oocysts.. A Bayesian Framework for Cost Effective Groundwater Monitoring Design.. Private Water System Education and Outreach.. 2004 Research Projects.. Controls on Nutrient Levels for Spruce Creek and a Major Tributary.. Split-Flow Stormwater Demonstration and Feasibility Study.. Nutrient Removal of a Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) Treating Wastewater with Potential for Water Reclamation.. Nitrogen dynamics in the Spring Creek watershed (Pennsylvania, USA): Evaluating stream retention of point and non-point source loadings.. 2003 Research Projects.. Using Crumb Rubber Filtraton for Ballast Water Treatment.. Water Conservation Training and Public Education.. Spruce Creek Watershed Keystone Project.. Development of Passive Treatment System Monitoring and Research Program.. 2002 Research Projects.. Development of 4-H Water Quality Curriculum Materials.. Resuspension of Bottom Sediments by Recreational Watercraft.. Water Reuse: Using Crumb Rubber for Wastewater Filtration.. 2001 Research Projects.. Acid Water Mitigation Methods.. Environmental and Hydrodynamic Impacts of Recreational Watercraft on Shallow Lakes.. In-line Coagulation for Microfiltration.. 2000 Research Projects.. Impact of stream-subsurface exchange on fine sediment dynamics in streams.. Development of Youth Water Conservation Education Materials for Pennsylvania 4-H Programs.. Research Summaries.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. 2005.. 2004.. 2003.. 2002..

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  • Title: Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center (PAWRRC): Contact Information
    Descriptive info: Contact Information.. Mailing Address:.. Pennsylvania Center for Water Resources Research.. 100 Land and Water Research Building.. University Park, PA 16802.. Telephone:(814) 863-0291.. FAX: (814) 865-3378.. Contact the Director:.. Dr.. Elizabeth Boyer.. Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center.. E-mail:.. ewb100@psu.. Center Administration.. WRRC is administered by the Penn State Institutes of Energy and  ...   environmental research and researchers funded through Penn State including research conducted through the Pennsylvania WRRC.. Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Enviroment.. http://www.. psiee.. Contact the Webmaster:.. Please contact Patricia Craig at.. plc103@psu.. for any questions or comments regarding this site.. People.. Beth Boyer, Director.. Patricia Craig, Assistant Director.. Our Location..

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