Title Funding Amount Institution Principal Investigator Research Year
Vulnerabilities to salinity risks from climate change and development in the Delaware River Basin $124,934 The Pennsylvania State University Daniel Brent (dab320@psu.edu) 2022
Aquatic food web changes to invasive Flathead Catfish along a natural invasion gradient $118,498 The Pennsylvania State University Tyler Wagner (txw19@psu.edu) 2022
The influence of freshwater algal blooms on the fate of anthropogenic particulate pollutant $120,000 The Pennsylvania State University Tyler Groh (tag5611@psu.edu) 2022
Flood adaptation co-benefits of nutrient management $120,000 The Pennsylvania State University Cibin Raj (czr58@psu.edu) 2022
Ecosystem services assessment for green stormwater infrastructure in Lancaster, Pennsylvania $120,000 The Pennsylvania State University Lauren McPhillips (lxm500@psu.edu) 2022
Developing flash-flood resilience in areas with buried streams and shallow groundwater: Improving stormwater design guidance and community understanding through science and ethnography $120,000 Penn State Harrisburg Shirley Clark (sec16@psu.edu) 2022
Population and pollutant estimates for invasive snails in Presque Isle State Park $116,094 Penn State Behrend Lynne Beaty (lzb345@psu.edu) 2022
A paradigm shift: re-evaluating Phragmites and Phragmites management in terms of coastal resilience $126,500 Bryn Mawr College Thomas Mozdzer (tmozdzer@brynmawr.edu) 2020
Quantifying the Roles of Changing Watershed Conditions and Biotic Interactions in Structuring Pennsylvania Stream Fish Communities $100,000 Penn State University Ty Wagner (txw19@psu.edu) 2020
Diet composition of invasive Flathead Catfish in the Susquehanna River Basin: quantifying impacts on native and migratory fishes and recreational fisheries $105,461 Penn State Hazleton Megan Schall (mvk10@psu.edu) 2020
Evaluating the effects of the recently discovered non-native, parasitic copepods Salmincola edwardsii and S. californiensis on Brook Trout and Rainbow Trout, respectively in Pennsylvania inland streams and Lake Erie tributaries $106,500 Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission Jason Detar (jdetar@pa.gov) 2020
Quantifying Urban Litter Contribution to Plastic Pollution and Assessing Best Mitigation Practices $123,566 Gannon University; Penn State Behrend Varun Kasaraneni (kasarane001@gannon.edu); Sam Mason (sam7201@psu.edu) 2020

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