Posted November 16th, 2012 in Uncategorized
The Indiana Water Resources Research Center has just issued their request for proposals for water research projects for 2013.
The project areas that can be submitted for potential funding include:
“…all areas related to water, including: biology, microbiology, ecology, hydrology, civil engineering, agriculture, irrigation, geology, wildlife management, and aquatic chemistry. Project areas of particular importance to Indiana this year include: (a) enhancement of the quality of Indiana’s rivers with a priority interest in work in the Wabash River Watershed, (b) water treatment, (c) cutting edge areas such nanomaterials, (d) riparian area protection, (e) water reuse, including a consideration of status of water reuse laws and (f) outreach and extension work pertaining to protection of water supplies.”
You can contact director Ronald Turco for more information or for the complete RFP.