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The following are some examples of our funded projects:

1.
US Department of Agriculture: Fate and Transport of Viruses at Great Lakes Beaches - Field Observations and Modeling (Mantha)
2015-2017
2.
US Department of the Interior (USGS): Improving and Providing Restoration Strategies for Nearshore Great Lakes Waters (Mantha)
2013-2017
3.
Ottawa County, Michigan: Ottawa County Water Resources Study - Phase 2 (with S. Li, CEE and D. Lusch, GEO)
2014-2017
4.
National Science Foundation: CyberSEES: Type 2: Towards Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems: A New Adaptive Sampling and Data-Enabled Monitoring and Modeling Framework (with X. Tan, Elena Litchman, Hayder Radha and G. Xing)
2013-2016
5.
US Department of Agriculture: An Integrative Decision Support System for Managing Water Resources under Increased Climate Variability (with Stephen Gasteyer, J. Bartholic, others)
2013-2017
6.
Indiana Department of Natural Resources: Modeling Remediation Scenarios for Bacterial Contamination at the Jeorse Park Beaches, East Chicago (Mantha)
2013-2015
7.
US Army Corps of Engineers: Modeling the Impacts of Chicago River on Lake Michigan: Dynamics of Dissolved Oxygen, BOD, Suspended Solids, Chloride and Temperature in the Nearshore Region (Mantha)
2011-2013
8.
NOAA: Modeling Nutrient and Bacterial Transport in Regional Great Lakes Watersheds Using a Physically-Based, Distributed Hydrologic Model (Mantha)
2011-2017
9.
US Department of Agriculture: Modeling Nearshore Bacterial Fate and Transport in the Manitowoc River Plume in Lake Michigan (Mantha)
2012-2013
10.

US Department of the Interior (USGS): Interactions between Sunlight, Suspended Sediment and Indicator Bacteria in the Nearshore Region (Mantha)

2009-2013
11.
NOAA: Linking Statistical and Mechanistic Models for Improved Beach Closure Forecasting (Mantha)
2009-2013
12.
NOAA: Improved Understanding and Forecasting of Viral and Bacterial Sources and Transport in the Great Lakes (with Joan Rose, Fisheries and Wildlife, MSU)
2010-2013
13.
USDA: Developing Nutrient, Sediment, Flow and Temperature Estimates for Fish Community Condition Prediction Across the Agricultural Regions of Michigan and Wisconsin (with Amirpouyan Nejadhashemi and Jon Bartholic, MSU)
2009-2010
14.
NOAA: Influence of Combined Sewer Overflows on Cryptosporidium and Giardia Accumulation on Sediments and Impacts on Water Quality (with Joan Rose, Fisheries and Wildlife, MSU)
2004-2009
15.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Center of Excellence for Great Lakes and Human Health (with NOAA scientists and Joan Rose, Fisheries and Wildlife, MSU)
2004-2009
16.
NSF(Biocomplexty in the Environment): Quantifying the Role of Mixing Interfaces in Biogeochemical Cycling in a Contaminated Aquifer-Wetland System: Linking Hydrogeological, Microbiological and Geochemical Processes (with Jennifer McGuire, Univ. St. Thomas and scientists from USGS)
2005-2009
17.
NSF: A hierarchical and patch dynamics paradigm for modeling complex 3D groundwater systems across multiple scales (with Shu-Guang Li)
2005-2006
18.
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality: Schoolcraft Bioremediation Project (with Mike Dybas, Shu-Guang Li, Tom Voice and David Long
2002-2005