Grants and Contracts

WSI RELATED GRANTS AND CONTRACTS
(Does not include regional or industrial contracts)

 
 
1. Management of KY 99 of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program, TVA. D. White. $4,500, 2008.
 
 
2. Effects of Phragmites Removal on SGCN at Clear Creek WMA. Kentucky Division of Fish and Wildlife State Wildlife Grant program. PI: H. Whiteman, Co-PI: Tom Timmons. $109,661, 2009.
 
 
3. Operations of EPA EPSCoR Statewide Committee. State of Kentucky, D. White, $5,000, 2007-2009.
 
 
4. TMDL for the Clarks River Basin, Kentucky. EPA/KDOW. D. White, S. Hendricks, K. Johnston, G. Rice, $312,000, 2005-09.
 
 
5. Study of landscape change in the Lower Kentucky Lake watershed using remote sensing and GIS. R. Zang, KSGC. $8086. 2006.
 
 
6. Determination of Selected Inorganic Anions by Ion Chromatography as an Indicator of Ground Water Quality in Hickman County, Kentucky, NSF-EPSCoR subgrant $2,604, 2007.
 
 
7. Algal colonization in springs of differing water quality. Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute. C. Snapp, S. Hendricks (PI). $5000, 2006-2007.
 
 
8. Simulations of catastrophic events and associated emergency response planning for Mid-America. H. Cetin and B. Naugle, $385,556. 2005-07.
 
 
9. Operations of EPA EPSCoR Statewide Committee. State of Kentucky, D. White, $5,000, 2005.
 
 
10. Development and Immunity in Dragonfly Nymphs (Odonata: Anisoptera): Indicators of Water Quality. Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute, H. Whitman, C. Fuller (PI). $25.000, 2004-05.
 
 
11. Variable Rate Nitrogen Management, USDA/University of Kentucky, H. Cetin, et al., $13,277, 2004-2005.
 
 
12. Creating a Geographic Information System (GIS) for LBL, USDA Forest Service/LBL, T. Kind, $81,267, 2004-2005.
 
 
13. Startup funds for Invertebrate Zoology position in Biological Sciences, Kentucky EPSCoR, T. Timmons, $48,000, 2005.
 
 
14. Surveying Cerulean Warblers and selected forest interior birds of conservation concern in the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, H. Cetin, $7996, 2004-2005.
 
 
15. An evaluation of the Turkey Bay off highway vehicle area Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, USDA Forest Service/LBL NRA, T. Kind, G. Kipphut, and B. Naugle, $5,395, 2003-2004.
 
 
16. Creating a Geographic Information System (GIS) for LBL, USDA Forest Service/LBL NRA, T. Kind, $78,034, 2003-2004.
 
 
17. Kentucky Space Grant Consortium, Utilization of remote sensing to model current and future threats to amphibian Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute, Developmental stability as an indicator of amphibian population health and environmental degradation populations. H. Whiteman, $15,900. 2002-2004.
 
 
18. Startup funds for Botany position in Biological Sciences. Kentucky EPSCoR, T. Timmons, $48,000, 2004.
 
 
19. Operations of EPA EPSCoR Statewide Committee. State of Kentucky, D. White, $5,000, 2004.
 
 
20. Teacher Workshop: Satellite Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems. NASA/KSGC, H. Cetin, $20,984, 2003.
 
 
21. Variable rate nitrogen management. USDA/University of Kentucky, H. Cetin, et al, $10,156. 2002-2003.
 
 
22. Creating a Geographic Information System (GIS) for LBL, USDA Forest Service/LBL NRA, T. Kind, $75,387, 2002-2003.
 
 
23. Variable rate nitrogen management, USDA/University of Kentucky, H. Cetin, et al. $12,959, 2003-2004.
 
 
24. Development of value-added commercial data products from high-resolution commercial satellite imagery; Seed investment in satellite technology. The Innovation Group, Kentucky Science & Technology Corporation, H. Cetin, $200,000, 2003.
 
 
25. The Center for Watershed Environments: Infrastructure for the Environmental Research HBS/CRR. NSF. G. Kipphut, D. White, H. Whiteman, S. Hendricks, B. Loganathan, H. Cetin. $1,439, 000, 2002-2005.
 
 
26. Biological baseline conditions in the Little River watershed - 2003. US EPA. D. White, S. Hendricks, T. Timmons, $120,000, 2002.
 
 
27. ROA for Biogeochemical and ecological processes within a reservoir littoral zone. National Science Foundation, H. Whiteman, D. White, S. Hendricks, W. Spencer, B. Loganathan, T. Timmons, T. Johnston, D. Owen, $20,000, 2001.
 
 
28. Chlorinated hydrocarbon-pollutants in fish from Kentucky lake: an evaluation of cancer risk potential for humans. HHMI Faculty Development Proposal, B. Loganathan, M. Whalen, and D. White. $20,000, 2001.
 
 
29. Kentucky EPA EPSCoR. US Environmental Protection Agency, D. White, $999,647, 2001.
 
 
30. Kentucky Gap. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources/USGS/BRD/, T. Kind, T. Derting, H. Whiteman, K. Wethington. $117,282, 2001, Year 5.
 
 
31. Kentucky EPA EPSCoR. US Environmental Protection Agency, D. White, $999,647, 2001.
 
 
32. Creating a Geographic Information System (GIS) for LBL. USDA Forest Service LBL, T. Kind. $47,000, 2001.
 
 
33. Statewide Improvement Plan. US EPA, D. White, $144,500, 2001.
 
 
34. Early detection of nitrogen deficiency in agricultural crops and mapping of forest vegetation using hyperspectral remote sensing. NASA-EPSCoR, H. Cetin. $55,362, 2001.
 
 
35. An integrated study using remote sensing, GIS, and geophysical techniques for mapping structural features of the New Madrid seismic zone. NASA/KSGC, H. Cetin. $30,041, 2001.
 
 
36. Operations of EPA EPSCoR Statewide Committee. State of Kentucky, D. White, $27,186, 2001.
 
 
37. Adopting New Traditions in Chemistry at Murray State University. NSF, B. Loganathan CO-PI, $153,979.00, 2001.
 
 
38. Effect of butyltins on human natural killer (NK) cell function. M. Whalen (PI). National Institute of Health. $327,000, 2000 (Analytical Chemistry: B. Loganathan).
 
 
39. Kentucky Gap. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources/USGS/BRD/, T. Kind, T. Derting, H. Whiteman, K. Wethington. $202,028, 2000, Year 4.
 
 
40. Open lands mapping. USDA Forest Service LBL, T. Kind. $2920, 2000.
 
 
41. Establishment of an environmental education and research site in the Land Between the Lakes. NSF-EPSCoR, H. Cetin. $11,940, 2000.
 
 
42. Track down of Polychlorinated biphenys (PCBs) in a Municipal Sewer System: Pilot Study at the Linden Roselle Sewerage Authority, New Jersey. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and New Jersey Harbor Discharge Group. Investigators at MSU: B. Loganathan and D. Owen, $ 30,000, 2000.
 
 
43. Establishment of a research cluster: Commercialization of remote sensing in Kentucky. NASA-EPSCoR, H. Cetin. $15,000, 2000.
 
 
44. Western Kentucky Geographic Information System (WKGIS) for environmental modeling and research. NASA/KSGC, H. Cetin. $9,995, 2000.
 
 
45. H. Whiteman Graduate fellowship for Jessica Boynton (M.S.),. 2000-01 (renewed 01-02).
 
 
46. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Murray State (J. Mateja, PD, $1,500,000), subproject Environmental science for middle- and high school students. D. White, $23,000, 2000-2004.
 
 
47. Historical trends of persistent organic pollutants in Kentucky Lake and Kentucky Dam Tailwater using sediment cores. Kentucky Academy of Sciences, $12,992.00, PI. B. Loganathan, 2000.
 
 
48. Mapping of copperbelly water snake habitat. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources, J. Benson, L. Shelby, T. Kind. $12,744, 2000, Year 1.
 
 
49. Mapping of copperbelly water snake habitat. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources, J. Benson, L. Shelby, T. Kind. $12,744, 2000, Year 2.
 
 
50. Reservoir-watershed linkages: the effects of water management on hydrology and water quality in hydroelectric reservoirs. DOE/EPSCoR, S. Hendricks, A. Fryar, D. White, G. Kipphut, L. Cooper. $75,000, 1999.
 
 
51. Environmental change detection using multi-temporal remote sensing and geographic information systems in Western Kentucky. NASA/KSGC, H. Cetin. $9,993, 1999.
 
 
52. Production of quorum sensing signal molecules in the rhizosphere of common crops (corn, rice) and other monocots. NSF/National Research Council, L. Halda-Alija, $2,500, 1999.
 
 
53. Kentucky Gap. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources/USGS/BRD/, T. Kind, T. Derting, H. Whiteman, K. Wethington. $190,000, 1999, Year 3.
 
 
54. Developmental stability as an indicator of amphibian population health. Pittsburgh Zoo Conservation Fund, H. Whiteman, $1030, 1999.
 
 
55. Developmental stability as an indicator of amphibian population health: an assessment of tiger salamander populations in Colorado. Colorado Natural History Small Grants Program, H. Whiteman, $1,280, 1999.
 
 
56. Biogeochemical and ecological processes within a reservoir littoral zone. National Science Foundation, H. Whiteman, D. White, S. Hendricks, W. Spencer, B. Loganathan, T. Timmons, T. Johnston, D. Owen, $850,000, 1999.
 
 
57. Transport, accumulation, and utilization of organic carbon in large reservoir systems, Department of Energy/EPSCoR, G. Kipphut, D. White, T. Kind, B. Naugle, J. Sickel, S. White, S. Hendricks, L. Cooper, J. Grebmeier, P. Bukaveckas, $123,000, 1999. (total project = $929,382, 7/1/94-9/30/01)
 
 
58. Developmental stability as an indicator of amphibian population health and environmental degradation. Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute, H. Whiteman, $16,656, 1999-2000.
 
 
59. Expansion of fecal coliform assessments in the Lower Cumberland/Tennessee/Mississippi River watersheds. US EPA. D. White, K. Johnston, G. Rice, $30,000, 1999.
 
 
60. Biological monitoring program expansion: Upper Cumberland River basin. US EPA. D. White, S. Hendricks, T. Timmons, $50,000, 1999.
 
 
61. Biological baseline conditions in the Little River watershed. US EPA. D. White, S. Hendricks, T. Timmons, $72,000, 1999.
 
 
62. Faculty institutes to reform science teaching (FIRST) program. National Science Foundation (subcontract from the University of Oregon). D. White, T. Derting, $15,000, 1998.
 
 
63. Delineation of the watershed for Terrapin Creek freshwater springs/community types of the Obion Creek floodplain. Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission, W. Spencer, $14,496, 1998.
 
 
64. Kentucky Gap. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources/USGS/BRD/, T. Kind, T. Derting, H. Whiteman, K. Wethington. $230,000, 1998, Year 2.
 
 
65. Glasshouse/mesocosm facilities for Hancock Biological Station. National Science Foundation, W. Spencer, D. White, S. Hendricks, H. Whiteman, T. Johnston, $186,000, 1998.
 
 
66. Reproductive status of unionid mussels in Kentucky Lake and evaluation of gonadal amoebocytes as indicators of mussel health and environmental conditions. Mussel Mitigation Trust, J. Sickel, $24,350, 1998.
 
 
67. Operation of KY99 of the National Atmospheric Depositional Program. Tennessee Valley Authority, D. White, K. Johnston, $2762/yr continuing allocation, 1998.
 
 
68. Environmental change detection in Land Between the Lakes (LBL) using remote sensing and GIS. NSF-EPSCoR, H. Cetin. $11,994, 1998.
 
 
69. Vegetation mapping and habitat analysis. Tennessee Valley Authority/LBL, T. Kind. $11,910, 1998.
 
 
70. Planning grant for the Center for Watershed Research and Eduation. CPE Centers of Distinction funds, State of Kentucky, D. White and M. Hobbs PDs, Co-PDs: J. Baust, G. Kipphut, R. Jaquot, T. Lough, D. Owen, N. Weber, $200,000, 1998-.
 
 
71. Hyperspectral remote sensing and ecological modeling, research, and education at the Mid-America Remote Sensing Center; field and laboratory enhancement, National Atmospheric and Space Administration, H. Cetin, B. Naugle, $68,000. 1997.
 
 
72. Water quality assessment of Lake Barkley and selected tributary embayments. Kentucky Division of Water/US Environmental Protection Agency, D. White, $50,000, 1997.
 
 
73. Kentucky Gap. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources/USGS/BRD/Eastern Kentucky Power Cooperative, T. Kind, T. Derting, H. Whiteman, S. Czajkowski. $125,000, 1997.
 
 
74. Advanced video microscopy to enhance zebra mussel and unionid mussel research. Mussel Mitigation Trust, J. Sickel, $22,768, 1997.
 
 
75. Transport, accumulation, and utilization of organic carbon in large reservoir systems, Department of Energy/EPSCoR, G. Kipphut, D. White, T. Kind, B. Naugle, J. Sickel, S. White, L. Cooper, J. Grebmeier, I. Larsen, $265,234, 1994 – 1996.
 
 
76. Department of Energy traineeship, Department of Energy, D. S. White, $33,000, 1995.
 
 
77. A comparison of agricultural vs. forested basins: carbon and nutrient cycling within the hyporheic ecotone of streams, NSF/EPA Partnerships. D. White, S. Hendricks, T. Johnston, G. Kipphut, W. Spencer, $300,000, 1995.
 
 
78. Transport, accumulation, and utilization of organic carbon in large reservoir systems, Department of Energy, G. Kipphut, D. White, T. Kind, B. Naugle, J. Sickel, S. White, S. Hendricks, L. Cooper, J. Grebmeier, I. Larsen, Co-PI, $197,946, 1996.
 
 
79. Enhancement of the mapping sciences at Murray State University. National Science Foundation ILI-IP, B. Naugle, V. Shelby, H. Cetin, $52,000, 1996.
 
 
80. Copperbelly water snake habitat mapping. US Fish & Wildlife Resources, T. Kind. $6000, 1995.
 
 
81. A land use/land cover classification for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. US Environmental Protection Agency/Kentucky Department of Natural Resources, T. Kind, $185,626, 1995.
 
 
82. Vulnerability of lower Tennessee River to invasion by zebra mussels. Shell Exporters of America, J. Sickel, $18,000, 1995.
 
 
83. Regulation of PEP case activity during induction of C4-like photosynthesis. US Department of Agriculture, W. Spencer, $49,130, 1995.
 
 
84. Controls of structure and function of aquatic ecosystems in the Arctic. Marine Biological Laboratory/National Science Foundation, G. W. Kipphut, $35,151, 1995.
 
 
85. Mapping of past and present swamp rabbit habitat in western Kentucky. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife, T. Kind, $17,227, 1995.
 
 
86. Microbial diversity and activity in sediments. Kentucky NSF/EPSCoR, T. Johnston, $15,000, 1995.
 
 
87. Mapping past and present swamp rabbit habitat in Western Kentucky. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources, T. Kind. $17,227, 1995, Year 3.
 
 
88. Soil loss in the OHV area. Tennessee Valley Authority/LBL, T. Kind. $1,500, 1994.
 
 
89. Controls of structure and function of aquatic ecosystems in the Arctic. Marine Biological Laboratory/National Science Foundation, G. W. Kipphut, $31,956, 1994.
 
 
90. Status, problems, and future predictions for the Obion Creek floodplain. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife, W. Spencer, $15,000, 1994.
 
 
91. Microbial diversity and activity in the sediments of Kentucky Lake. Kentucky NSF/EPSCoR, T. Johnston, $15,000, 1994.
 
 
92. Investigating controls on the benthic flux of nitrogen & phosphorus. Marine Biological Laboratory/National Science Foundation, G. W. Kipphut, $10,304, 1994.
 
 
93. Copperbelly water snake habitat mapping. US Fish & Wildlife Resources, T. Kind. $1620, 1994.
 
 
94. Mapping past and present swamp rabbit habitat in Western Kentucky. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources, T. Kind. $17,227, 1994, Year 2.
 
 
95. New visiting scientist facilities at Hancock Biological Station. National Science Foundation, D. S. White, $118,000, 1993.
 
 
96. Evaluation by GC/MS of Dursban organothiophosphate insecticide in the sediments, benthic waters, and fish of Blood River Embayment, Kentucky Reservoir, when it is used as a mosquito control agent. Tennessee Valley Authority, D. Owen, $36,000, 1993.
 
 
97. Dix River and Beech Ford drainage basins. US Department of Agriculture, T. Kind, $7,537, 1993.
 
 
98. Biological assessment of commercial mussel resources in the Tennessee River. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife, J. Sickel, $50,000, 1993.
 
 
99. Mapping past and present swamp rabbit habitat in Western Kentucky. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources, T. Kind. $17,227, 1993, Year 1.
 
 
100. Water quality assessment of Kentucky Lake embayments. Kentucky Division of Water/US Environmental Protection Agency, J. King, D. White, $120,000, 1991.
 
 
101. Manganese accumulation and toxicity in mussels of Kentucky Lake. Tennessee Valley Authority, L. Duobinis-Gray, D. Owen, E. Maddox, J. Sickel, $90,000, 1990.
 
 
102. Kentucky Lake symposium and public forum. Tennessee Valley Authority, D. White, $26,293, 1990.
 
 
103. Pickwick Dam tailwater paddlefish fishery. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, T. Timmons, $10,000, 1990.
 
 
104. Exploitation rates of paddlefish in the Tennessee River. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, T. Timmons, $10,000.
 
 
105. Water quality and algal growth potential in the Big Sandy River, Kentucky Lake reservoir. Tennessee Valley Authority, J. King, $6,000, 1990.
 
 
106. Mapping water quality and primary productivity in a river impoundment. US Army Corps of Engineers, B. Naugle. $35,000, 1990.
 
 
107. Largemouth bass movement and spawning in Reelfoot Lake. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, T. Timmons, $30,000, 1990.
 
 
108. Improvements in modern chemistry, biology, and reservoir ecology programs through integration of liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry. National Science Foundation, D. Owen, R. Marzolf, M. Mitchell, R. Volp, D. White, $36,000, 1990.
 
 
109. Lyme disease surveillance in TVA public use areas on Kentucky Lake. Tennessee Valley Authority, J. Stuart, L. Duobinis-Gray, S. White, $9,936, 1989.
 
 
110. Endowed chair for ecosystem science. Kentucky Council on Higher Education, $500,000 endowment, 1988.
 
 
111. Primary productivity evaluation of Kentucky Lake reservoir. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, J. King, $40,000, 1988.
 
 
112. Enhancement of microscopy and microtechniques. National Science Foundation, J. King, $14,323, 1988.
 
 
113. Water science and engineering in river impoundments (workshop). National Science Foundation, G. R. Marzolf, $30,000, 1988.
 
 
114. Corbicula monitoring program. American Electric Power, D. White, $9,636, 1988.
 
 
115. Water quality assessment of Kentucky Lake, Kentucky Division of Water, J. King, $86,530, 1988.
 
 
116. Operation of dams for water quality management (workshop). Electric Power Research Institute, G. R. Marzolf, $70,975, 1988.
 
 
117. Impacts of brailing on mussel communities in Kentucky Lake. Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife, J. Sickel, $49,961, 1988.
 
 
118. Mapping water quality and primary productivity in a river impoundment. US Army Corps of Engineers, B. Naugle. $35,641, 1988.
 
 
119. Paddlefish exploration and movement. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, T. Timmons, $10,000, 1988.
 
 
120. Center of excellence for ecosystem studies. Kentucky Council on Higher Education, $494,000, 1987, continuing annual allocation.

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