REU Environmental Sciences and Engineering

Summer '99 Program

Program Schedule
Social Activities

The links for Progam Schedule and Social Activities have been eliminated 2004 in order to conserve space on our webserver. Please visit more recent summer program descriptions to obtain an overview of the social activities and the program schedule.

 

REU'99 Project Information


Within the broad area of environmental engineering and science, student research projects focused on multiphase environmental systems. Faculty in the Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Chemistry, and Biology mentored students in the REU program. Click on the titles below to find out more about the students projects.


REU Project
Intern
Mentor
Department
Day/Night Zooplankton Migration in the Main Channel and Backwater Areas of the St. Lawrence River Joe Murray James H. Thorp Biology
Reconstructing an invasion: interspecific competition between North American Drosophila pseudoobscura, and three populations of European D. subobscura Sarah Schwob George W. Gilchrist Biology
HPLC of Priority Pollutants using Secondary Chemical Equilibria Daniel Osborne Barry  K. Lavine Chemistry
In Situ Metal Removal in Chemical Mechanical Polishing Shaun Peterson Yuzhuo Li Chemistry
Conditions that Affect Adhesive Forces and Microbial Interactions in Contaminated Subsurface Systems: A Study of the Electrostatic Force Belinda Sue McSwain Stefan J. Grimberg Civil & Environ. Engrg
Forces of Adhesion Affecting Microbial Interactions in Contaminated Subsurface Systems Ann Bradley Stefan J. Grimberg Civil & Environ. Engrg
The Effect of DNAPL-Quartz Electrostatic Attraction on Wettability Alteration Benjamin G. Damstedt Susan E. Powers Civil & Environ. Engrg.
The Effect of Temperature Gradients on the Residence Time Distribution Kwabena Adu-Sarkodie Susan E. Powers Civil & Environ. Engrg.
Particle and Gas Phase Sulfate and Nitrate Dry Deposition near the Adirondacks Holly J. Hearting Thomas M. Holsen Civil & Environ. Engrg
Revision of a Groundwater Treatment Cost Analysis Model Amy Lane Thomas L. Theis Civil & Environ. Engrg.
The Removal of Inorganic Cyanides from Water by Ion Exchange Stephanie Huang Thomas L. Theis Civil & Environ. Engrg.
Fate of Free Cyanide in Surface waters

Timothy D. Durbin

Thomas C. Young Civil & Environ. Engrg.
Fate of Free Cyanide in Surface waters Theresa M. Zawistowski Thomas C. Young Civil & Environ. Engrg.

 


If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please e-mail either of the co-directors Dr. Stefan Grimberg or Dr. Tom Langen  

This page has been created by former REU students and has been edited by Stefan Grimberg.

It was last updated 10/27/03. Copyright 1999 - 2003. Stefan Grimberg