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Full text of "WATER SUPPLY AND POLLUTION CONTROL"

Research Inventory 
Active Prelects -1958 



Prepared by 

Engineering Resources Program 
Frank A. Butrico, Chief 

o 

Harry A. Faber 
Research Grants 



Keene Taylor 
Assistant Sanitary Engineer 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE 

Public Health Service 

Division of Engineering Services and 
Division of Water Supply and Pollution Control 

Washington 25, D. C. 




Public Health Service Publication No. 768 
1960 



FOREWORD 



We are moving forward into an unprecedented era, with 
a reduced time factor for equating the impact of pollution on 
our water resources. The type and rapidity of change require 
much keener vision in anticipating and meeting problems, and 
our research efforts must be geared accordingly. Our practice 
has outrun theory in many aspects of knowledge in this field. 

We recognize the need for a record of active research 
projects in water supply and pollution control. The Research 
Inventory has been prepared to enable scientists and engineers 
to review the current status of this research and to chart 
future needs for action. 



M. D. Hollis 

Assistant Surgeon General 
Chief Engineer 



There is a great need today for more basic knowledge 
in all areas of water supply and in the protection of water 
quality. The amount of research underway in this field is 
small in relation to growing problems; that which is needed 
will require the combined efforts of researchers everywhere, 
This inventory of active projects can do much to stimulate 
expanded programs of water supply and pollution control 
research which are essential if we are to solve the complex 
problems of our growing nation. 



Gordon E. McCallum, Chief 
Division of Water Supply 
and Pollution Control 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 

In compiling the basic data for the Research Inventory 
the Public Health Service was assisted 'by the American 
Water Works Association, the Water Pollution Control 
Federation, the National Technical Task Committee on 
Industrial Wastes, and others. Grateful acknowledgement 
is made of the contribution of these organizations in 
distributing and collecting the questionnaires upon 
which the Inventory depends. 



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INTRODUCTION 



Research Inventory No. 1 is a report summarizing data 
on 280 water supply and pollution control research projects 
active in the United States during 1958. The information 
presented was compiled from questionnaires distributed to 
investigators and administrators known to be conducting or 
directing research in water, sewage, and industrial wastes. 

The Inventory is designed to provide a useful record 
of research underway, and also to facilitate communication 
between investigators. It includes a brief report of basic 
data concerning each research project, a comprehensive index 
of subjects being studied, and an address list for use in 
the exchange of information. 

It is recognized that the first Research Inventory 
cannot present a complete listing of all active projects 
in water supply and pollution control research. However, 
the Inventory is to be revised and reissued annually, and 
made as comprehensive as possible. This can be achieved 
with the assistance of all individuals who can provide 
additional reports or suggestions. 

Individuals who submitted reports for this issue will 
receive copies of Research Inventory No, 1, and they will 
be requested to submit reports for the second issue of the 
Inventory. Others having information or suggestions should 
correspond with one of the following: 

Mr. R, J. Faust, Secretary, American Water Works 
Association, 2 Park Avenue, New York 16, New York. 

Mr. Ralph E, Fuhrman, Executive Secretary, Water 
Pollution Control Federation, 4435 Wisconsin Avenue, 
Washington 16, D, C, 

Secretary, National Technical Task Committee on 
Industrial Wastes, Division of Water Supply and 
Pollution Control, U, S. Public Health Service, 
Washington 25, D. C. 

Research Grants Coordinator, Engineering Resources 
Program, Division of Engineering Services, U. S, 
Public Health Service, Washington 25, D.C. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Foreword 

Acknowledgement , . , iv 

Introduction v 

How to Use the Research Inventory . 1 

Introduction to Project List 3 

Research Projects - by States 5 

Analysis of Data in Research Project List 33 

Introduction to Subject Index .... * 37 

Subject Index - by research area 39 

Introduction to Address List 59 

Address List - for information 61 



HOW TO USE THE 
RESEARCH INVENTORY 



The Research Inventory is divided into three 



sections 

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may be available. 



from 



SECTION 1. 



SECTION 2, 



Research Projects - list b x States Page 3 

Basic data, listing briefly; 

WHERE the project is located 

WHAT is being investigated 

WHO is directing the research 

and a record of additional details. 

(Project numbers are reference numbers) 

Subject Index - by research areas Page 37 

A reference guide to locating: 

AREAS of related research 

SUBJECTS of research interest 

and references to the project list. 

(Reference numbers refer to Project numbers) 

Address List - for information Page 59 

Providing names and addresses of- 

REPORTERS of research projects 

who may be contacted for 

available information. 

(Reference numbers refer to Project numbers) 



It is suggested that the introductory page of each 
section of the Inventory be reviewed. TheL^ef explain 
the arrangement of information presented. Those using the 
Inventory may then utilize either the Proiect List rsL^n 
or the Subject Index (Section 2) for 1 oca ing information 
For projects of particular interest he may refer 
Address List (Section 3) to obtain additional information 



SECTION 3, 



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PROJEGTLIST 



The first section of the Research Inventory 
presents basic data on the 280 research projects 
reported in the survey. The projects are listed 
geographically by states and institutions. 

Projects are numbered consecutively and the 
numbers refer also to the Subject Index (Section 2) 
and the Address List (Section 3). 



The Project List includes: 

LOCATION - ttie State, Institution, and City. 
TITLE - a brief description of the research. 
INVESTIGATOR - in charge of the project. 

TYPE OF RESEARCH - reported by the investigator 
as basic (bas), basic-applied (bas-appl), 
or applied (appl). 

SUPPORT - listing source of support and amount 
(when reported); the latter was not 
required of reporters. 

INFORMATION - Detailed information is avail- 
able when indicated (Info.). It is not 
available when indicated (No info.) 
because no publications have been issued, 
oar because there are restrictions on the 
information which may be disclosed. 



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ALABAMA - Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn 

The Feasibility of Domestic Sewage Lagoons for Alabama 
Theodore Jaffa; Bas~Appl; Support: Ala. Poly. Inst.; Info. 



ALABAMA - Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn 
The Treatment of Textile Desizing Wastes 
Theodore Jaffe; Bas-Appl; Support: Ala. Poly. Inst. Engrg. 
Experiment Sta. $5,570; Info. 

ALASKA - Alaska Water Pollution Control Board, Juneau 

Characteristics of Silver Bay for Control of Pulp Mill Pollution 

E. F. Eldridge; Appl; Support: State, Alaska Lumber & Pulp Co. 

U. S. Fish & Wildlife Serv.; Info. 

ALASKA - Alaska Water Pollution Control Board, Juneau 

CEaracteristics of Ward Cove as a Measure of Pulp Mill Pollution 

Wm. L. Porter; Appl; Support: State; Info. 



ALASKA - Alaska Water Pollution Control Board, Juneau 

Septic Tanks With Subsurface Disposal Fields Built at Fairbanks 

Chas. Froman; Appl; Support: State; Info. 



ARKANSAS - Arkansas Water Pollution Control Commission, Little Rock 
Automatic Compositing Waste Sampler 
M. L. Wood; Appl; Support: State; No Info. 



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ARKANSAS - Arkansas Water Pollution Control Commission, Little Rock 
Automatic Stream Gauging and Recording Device 
M. L. Wood; Appl; Support: State; No Info. 



ARKANSAS - University of Arkansas, Fay^tteville m+m 

Variables Affecting Efficiency of Coarse-Grained Water Filters 

LorenR. Heiple; Appl; Support: Winthrop Rockefeller; Info. 



CALIFORNIA - California Institute of Technology, Pasadena 

Recension of Flocculent Solids in ^f^ 1 

A. C. Ingersoll; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $15,158; 



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CALIFORNIA - California State Water Pollution Control Board, Sacrament< 

Current Measurement in Estuarine and Coastal Waters 

J. W. Johnson; Appl; Support: Fed.-State $7,000; Info. 



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CALIFORNIA -Humboldt State College, Arcata 

Oceanographic Study Between the Points of Trinidad & Eel Rivers 
Humboldt State Coll; Appl; Support; Fed. -State $20,000; Info. 



CAHFORNIA - Humboldt State College, Arcata 

Dissolved Oxygen Requirements of Aquatic Insects 
John W. DeWitt; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $1,955; 



CAIJFORNIA - Humboldt State College, Arcata 

Oceanographic Study of Near-Shore Waters Off Humboldt Bay 
Geo. H. Allen; Bas; Support: State $20,000; Info, 



CALIFORNIA - National Canners Association, Berkeley 
Water Conservation in Food Canning 
Walter A, Mercer; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $12,500; Info. 



CALIFORNIA - Scripps Institute of Oceanography, La Jolla 
meet of Organic Substances from the Sea on Bacteria 
Dr. Galen E. Jones; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $9,924; Info. 



CALIFORNIA - University of California, La Jolla 
Effects of Pollution Upon Kelp 
University of Calif.; Appl; Support: Fed.-State $20,000; Info. 

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CAIJFORNIA- University of California, Berkeley 

m ^ nB of Anaej-o^ Fermentation Syetems 

L; Bas-Appl; Support; U. of Calif. $5,000; Info. 

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CALIFORNIA - University of Southern California, Los Angeles 
A Short Method for Measuring ABS in Water and Sewage 
Dean Alvah Hall; Bas; Support: Assoc. of Amer. Soap & Glycerine 
Producers $5; 500; Info. 

CALIFORNIA - University of Southern California, Los Angeles 

Relationships of Polychaetous Annelids to Marine Pollution 
John L. Mohr; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $8,100; Info. 



CALIFORNIA - University of Southern California, Los Angeles 

Survey of So. California Shelf for Effects of Waste Discharges 
Robt. E. Stevenson; Bas-Appl; Support: State $125,000; Info. 



COLORADO - University of Colorado, Denver 

Shigella Dysentery Organisms in Contaminated Irrigation Water 
Wen-Lan Lou Wang; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $1^,777; Info. 



CONNECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 
Automatic Dissolved Oxygen Determination 

M. G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: N. E. Interstate Water Polln. 
Cont. Comm. $1,000; Info. 

CONNECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 
Automatic Conductivity Meter 
M. G, Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: State $1,000; Info. 



CONNECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 
Automatic Sample Collector 
M. G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support; State $1,000; Info. 



CONNECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 
Effect of Copper on Sludge Digestion 

M, G, Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: N. E. Interstate Water Polln. 
Cont. Comm. $1,000; Info. 

CONNECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 

Pollution Reduction in Cotton Mills by Process Chemical Changes 
M. G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: N. E. Interstate Water Polln, 
Cont. Gomrn. $1,000; Info. 

CONNECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 

Pollution Reduction in Woolen Mills "by Process Chemical Changes 
M. G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: N. E. Interstate Water Polln. 
Cont. Comm. $1,000; Info. 



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OMHECTICjjT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 

- Twiin'-Hnn Rnnrops from Printed Circuit Plants 

H BurforrBL-Appl; Support: N. B. Interstate Water PoUn 
Cont. Comm. $1,000; Info. _ .. 



OKNECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 

- S^t^i and -Control of Experimental Sludge Digestion 

H. G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: N. B. Interatate Water Polln. 

Cont. Comm. $1,000; Info. _ __ _ _ 

ONMECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 
Textile Waste Pollution Survey Simplified 

M. a. Burfordj Bas-Appl; Support: N. E. Interstate Water Polln. 
Cont. Comm. $1,000 j Info. _ __ _ _ 

:QimECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletovn 
Treatment of Tannery Wastes 

M. G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: N. E. Interstate Water Polln, 
Cont. Comm. $2,000; Info. _ _ 

iOMEGTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middleto\m 

Use of Versene to Eliminate Effect of Metalo on B.O.D, 
M. G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info. 



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!QNHECTIGUT - Wesleyan University, Middle-town 
Improvement of Analytical Methods 
M. G. Burford; Bas; Support: State j Info. 



JOMECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 

Pilot Treatment Plants for Dairy and Automatic Laundry Wastes 
M, G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info. 



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IONMECTICUT - Wesleyan University, Middletown 
Properties of Various Coagulating Agents 
M. G. Burford; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info. 



Yale University, New Haven 

rnge Treatment of Electroplating and Brass Wastes 

Walker; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info. 



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30HMECTICUT - Yale University, New Haven 

Estimating Yields of a Reservoir on a Digital Computer 

E. L. MacLeman; Appl; Support: MIT Computer Center & New Haven 

Water Co.; Info. 



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CONNECTICUT - Yale University, New Haven 

Lake Whitney Sanitary Conditions Related to Lab Examinations 
E. L. MacLeman; Bas-Appl; Support: New Haven Water Co.; Info 



DELAWARE - University of Delaware, Newark 
Settling Properties of Sludges 
V. C. Behn; Basj Support: Fed. NSF $1,000; Info, 



DELAWARE - University of Delaware, Newark 
Storm Drainage Research. Project 
Paul Bock; Appl; Support: State $13,000; Info 



FLORIDA - University of Florida, Gainesville 
Comprehensive Study of Water Coagulation 
A. P. Black; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $19,527; Info, 



FLORIDA - University of Florida, Gainesville 

Ion Exchange Resins to Remove Fluoride Ion from Drinking Water 

A. P. Black; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $5,770; Info. 



FLORIDA - University of Florida, Gainesville 

Aid Intermediates Occurring During Anaerobic Fermentation 



A. M. Busvell; Appl; Support: Fed. RG $9,027; Info 



FLORIDA - University of Florida, Gainesville 



FLORIDA - University of Florida, Gainesville 



: State $10,000, inro. 



F . w. Gilcreas; Bas; Support: Fed 




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FIflRIBA - University of Florida; Gainesville 

Dispersion and Effects of Industrial Airborne Wastes 
E. R. Hendrickson; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $20,215; Info. 



FIORIDA - University of Florida, Gainesville 

Aspects of Radiation Acquired by Freeh-Water Microorganisms 
Jas. B. Lackey; Bas; Support: Fed. AEG $10,860; Info. 



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FKBIDA - University of Florida, Gainesville 

Taxonomy and Ecology of Iron and Sulfur Bacteria 
Jas. B. Lackey; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $ll|-,835i Info, 

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GEORGIA - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta 
Chicken Processing Waste Treatment 
Robt. S. Ingols; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info. 



GEORGIA - University of Georgia, Athens 

Sinald ? ST 1 r 1 ^ n F1Sh C01mon t0 the Southern U. S 
Donald C. Scott; Bas; Support: Natl, Council for Stream 
Improvement; $10,1^0; Info. w"n 

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S - Chicago Department of Water and Sewers, Chicago 



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Cast 



f 
Water Pipe 



JohnR. Baylis; Appl; Support; Local; Info. 



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John R. Baylis; Appl; Support: local; Info 



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ILLINOIS - Chicago Department of Water and Sewers, Chicago 

Filtered Water Coagulated Material Detection by Membrane Filter 
Jas. C. Vaughn; Appl; Support: Local; Info. 



ILLINOIS - Chicago Department of Water and Sewers, Chicago 

62 Monitoring Water for Radioactivity 

John R. Baylis; Appl; Support: Local; Info. 

ILLCNOIS - Chicago Department of Water and Sewers, Chicago 

63 Ridged Gelatinous Coating in Water Pipes Causing Friction Loss 
John R. Baylis; Bas-Appl; Support: Local; Info. 

ILLINOIS - Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago 

Effect of Ammonium Ion Concentration on Biological Oxidation 
Richard Pavia; Bas-Appl; Support: 111. Inst. of Tech.; Info. 

ILLINOIS - Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago 

65 Agent in Lake Michigan Inhibiting E. Coli and Related Bacteria 
L. R. Hedrick; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $9,155; Info. 

ILLINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 

66 Chromatographic Identification of Organic Acids in Water 
T. E. Larson; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info. 

ILLINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 

67 Reservoir Sediment and Watershed Factors at Springfield Plain 
J. B. Stall; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed-State; Info. 



ILLINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 
68 Drop-Inlet Spillway Research 

H. W, Humphreys; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info 



ILLINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 
69 Evaporation Suppression from Water Surfaces 
W. J. Roberts; Appl; Support: State; Info. 



ILLINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 

70 Ground-Water Occurrence, Yield & Movement in American Bottom 
H. F. Smith; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info. 



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ILLINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 
Ground-Water Recharge in Peoria 
Robt. H. Harmeson; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info 



ILLINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 

loss of Carrying Capacity in Water Mains Due to Water Quality 
T. E. Larson; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $20,000; Info. 



ILLINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 

Mounts for low-level Radioactivity Counting J.n Water Solido 
T. E. Larson; Appl; Support: State; Info. 



ILIINOIS - Illinois State Water Survey, Urbana 

Study of Surface Precipitation Using Radar Instrumentation 
Glenn Stout; Bas-Appl; Support: U. S. Army Signal Corps; Info 



ILIINOIS - Sanitary District, Greater Peoria 

Anaerobic Contact Process for Domestic Sewage Treatment 
Leon Kraus; Appl; Support: Fed. $5,500; Info. 



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ILLINOIS - University of Illinois, Urbana 

Biological Treatment of Petrochemical Wastes 

B. S. Engelbrecht; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $8,000; Info 



ILUNOIS - Wilson & Company, Inc., Chicago 

Anaerobic Digestion Mixed Liquor Separation Studies 
A, J. Steffen; Appl; Support: Wilson & Co.; Info. 

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- The Hays Corporation, Michigan City 
Development of Dissolved Oxygen Analyzer 
W. H, Pugsley; Appl; Support: Fed, $1^,300; Info. 

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IAHA - Purdue University, Lafayette 
Treatment of Strawboard 
Don E. Bloodgood; Appl; uu 

Improvement; $3,3^8; Info. 

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I_^^ e Unlversit y> Lafayette 

i; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $10~ 178; Info 



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INDIANA - Purdue University, Lafayette 

Aerobic Digestion of Sludge 8l 

Don E. Bloodgood; Bes; Support: Purdue U.; Info. 



INDIANA - Purdue University, Lafayette 

Effect of Temperature on Digestion 82 

Don E. Bloodgood; Bas; Support: Purdue U.; Info. 



INDIANA - Purdue University, Lafayette 

Mechanism of Hydrogen Sulfide Production 83 

G. H. Teletzke; Bas; Support: Purdue U.; Info. 



INDIANA - Purdue University, Lafayette 

Semi-Chemical Bleaching Wastes Research 8^ 

Don E. Bloodgood; Bas; Support: Natl. Council for Stream 
Improvement $5,000; Info. 

INDIANA - Purdue University, Lafayette 

Trickling Filter Studies 85 

Don E. Bloodgood; Bas; Support: Group of interested 
Manufacturers $3*000; Info. 

INDIANA - Purdue University, Lafayette 

Volatile Acid Formation During Sewage Sludge Digestion 86 

G. H. Teletzke; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $l|.,760; Info. 



INDIANA - Purdue University, Lafayette 

Effect of Disinfection Dosages on Coal-Tar Lined Cast Iron Pipe Qy 
H. R. Wilke; Bas-Appl; Support: Clow Pipe Co. $20,000; Info. 



INDIANA - Purdue University, Lafayette 

Farm Pond Water Treatment for Domestic Use 88 

H. R. Wilke; Appl; Support: Fed. RG $^36^; Info. 

IOWA - Iowa State College, Ames 

Diatomite Filtration of Municipal Water Supplies 89 

E, R. Baumann; Bas-Appl; Support: Iowa State Coll. & Everpure, 
Inc. $^500; Info- 

IOWA - Iowa State College, Ames 

Plant-Scale Study of Preaeration in Sewage Treatment 90 

E. R. Baumann; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed, RG $13,900; Info. 



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IOWA - Iowa State College, Ames 

Superchlorination-Dechlorination Studies on Small Water Supplies 
E. R. Baumann; Bas-Appl; Support: Iowa State Coll. & Everpure 
Inc. $1+,500; Info. 



IOWA - Rath Packing Company, Waterloo 
Waste Disposal 
R. C. Burrell; Appl; Support; Roth Packing Co. $10,000; Into. 



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.PNSAS - Kansas State Board of Health, Topeka 

Sources and Seasonal Variations of Nitrates in Water Supply WeHi 
Dwight p. Metzler; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $1,8UO; Info. 



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- Kansas State Board of Health, Topeka 
Coliform Organisms and Enterococci as Indices of Water Quality 
Cassandra Ritter; Appl; Support: Fed. RG $6,095; Info. 



- Kansas State College, Manhattan 
Filtering Farm Pond Water 
T. H. Lord; Appl; Support; Kan. State Coll.; Info. 



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KANSAS - University of Kansas, Lawrence 

Design Criteria for Turnpike Sewage Treatment Plants 
R. T. Page; Bas-Applj Support: State; Info. 

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S - University of Kansas, Lawrence 

Synthetic Detergent Removal in tolcipal Water Supplies 

R. T, Page; Bas-Appl; Support; U. of Kan.; Info, 



- University of Kentucky, Lexington 

Treatme ^ and Effects on Public Waters 



qp + , ecs on ulic Wa 

Sam C. Hite; Appl; Support: State $10,000; No Infd 



Resources Project for the Ohio River 
Wm. M. Clay; Appl; Support: State $25,000; Info 



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university of louisville, Louisville 
Radioactivity Monitor Broject Along the Ohio River 
Wm.M. Clay; Bas-Appl; Support: State t^OOOjlS 



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IOUISIANA - Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge 

Treatment of Kraft Mill Wastes for Removal of Color 
Herbert F. Berger; Appl; Support: Natl. Council for Stream 
Improvement $8,985; Info. 

IOUISIANA - Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge 

Dissolved Oxygen Distribution Profiles Under Various Conditions 
Arthur G. Keller; Bas-Appl; Support: La, Sugar Producers Waste 
Control Council $2,14-00; Info. 

IOUISIANA - Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, Baton Rouge 
Biological and Chemical Assay of Louisiana Sugar Mill Wastes 
Robt. A. LaFleur; Bas-Appl; Support: State; Info. 

IOUISIANA - Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, Baton Rouge 
Survey of the Mississippi River in the Vicinity of Baton Rouge 
Richard T. Gregg; Bas; Support: State $20,000; Info. 

IOUISIANA - Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, Baton Rouge 
Statewide Water Quality Inventory 
K. E. Biglane; Bas; Support: State; Info, 

IOUISIANA - Northwestern State College, Natchi todies 

Distribution of Tendipedidae and Domestic Sewage Pollution 
Jas, E. Sublette; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $3,370; Info. 

MAINE - Bates College, Lewiston 

Control of Hydrogen Sulfide Production in Surface Waters 
Walter A. Lawrence; Bas; Support: Natl. Council for Stream 
Improvement; Info. 

MAINE - University of Maine, Orono 

Development of More Efficient Oxygen Transfer Techniques 
S. A. Zieminski; Bas; Support: Natl. Council for Stream 
Improvement $10, Wt-; Info. 

MAINE ~ University of Maine, Orono 

Treatment of Protein Water From Potato Starch Manufacture 
Seymour J. Ryckman; Bas-Appl; Support: State and Potato Starch 
Manufactures, Inc. $4,000; Info. 

MARYLAND - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 

Artificial Clays for the Fixation of Radioactive Nuclides 
Walter Patrick; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. AEC $25,000; Info. 



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MARYLAHD - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 

Fission Waste Disposal by Adsorption of Isotopes on Soil-Sawdust 
John C. Geyer; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. AEG $25,000; Info. 



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MARYLAND - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 

Storm Drainage Inlet Design and Runoff from Urban Areas 
John C. Geyer; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed-Local $30,000; Info. 



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MARYLAND - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 
Transportation of Radioactive Wastes 
John C. Geyer; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. AEG $25,000; Info 



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MARYLAND - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 

Low-Flow Augmentation for Stream-Pollution Abatement 
C, H. Hull; Appl Support: Fed. RG $21, 0^5 ; Info. 



MARYLAND - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 

Tidal Mixing and Pollution Assimilation, St. Johns lUver, Florida 
John G. Geyer; Bas~Appl; Support: City of Jacksonville. Fla.; 
Info. 



MARYLAND - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 

Eemoval of ABS from Potable Water by Treatment Modlf icatlon 
Chas. E. Renn; Bas-Appl; Support: Assoc. of Amer. Soap & 
Glycerine Producers $12,252; Info. 



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MARYLAND - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 

Improvement of Molecular Membrane Bacteriological Techniques 
Chas. E. Renn; Bas-Appl; Support; Salem-Broslus, Inc.; Info. 



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- Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 



Silver Ion for Disinfection of Private Water Supplies 

Chas. E. Renn; Bas-Appl; Support: Salem-Broslus, Inc.; Info, 



- Maryland State Department of Health, Baltimore 
Pollution and Pollution Control for Selected Streams 
Thos. W. Shives; Appl; Support: State $50,000; Info. 



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MASSACHUSETTS - Harvard University, Cambridge 
Solubility of Oxygen in Water 
J. C. Morris; Bas-Appl; Support; Fed. $5,000; Info. 



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MASSACHUSETTS - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge 
Biological Treatability of Organic Industrial Wastes 
Jas. M. Symons; Bas-Appl; Support; MIT; Info. 



MASSACHUSETTS - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge 
Radioactive Tracer Study of Endogenous Metabolism 
Jas. M. Symons; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $15, 1^2; Info. 



MASSACHUSETTS - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge 
Biochemical Characteristics of Synthetic Detergents 
Ross E. McKinney; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $8,500; Info. 



MASSACHUSETTS - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge 
Corrosion Control in Potable Water Systems 

RoU Eliassen; Bas-Appl; Support: Amer. Iron & Steel Inst., AWWA, 
and John B. Pierce Foundation $10,000; Info. 



MASSACHUSETTS - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge 
Disposal of Radioactive Wastes from Nuclear Reactor Fuels 
Rolf Eliassen; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. AEG $36,000; Info. 



MASSACHUSETTS - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge 
- NitrogerT'in Aerobic Stabilization of Organic Wastes in Streams 
Ross E. McKlnney; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $5,000; Info. 



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12ci 



129 



130 



MASSACHUSETTS - Massachusetts Institute of 
Survival of Pathogenic Organisms in H: 
Glair H. Sawyer; Bas-Appl; Support: F. 



MICHIGAN - Kalamaaoo College, Ki 
Removal and Disposal of Sus] 
Russell 0. Blosserj Bas; Suj 
Improvement $1,200; Info. 



MICHIGAN. - Michigan State Unive: 
Toxicity of Cadmium and Hexi 
R. U. Byerrum; Bas; Support 



MICHIGAN - Michigan State Unive: 
Protective Coatings in Wate 
Robt. F. McCauley; Bas-Appl 



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MICHIGAN - Michigan State University, East Lansing 

Substrate Concentration and Respiration Under Continuous Plow- 
Karl L. Schulze; Bas; Support: Mich, State U. Engrg. 
Experiment Sta. $*t-,000; Info. 

MICHIGAN - Michigan State University, East Lansing 

Vertical Screen Trickling Filter For Treating Wastes 
Karl L. Schulze; Bas-Appl; Support: Mich. State U. Engrg. 
Experiment Sta. $6,000; Info. 

MICHIGAN - Michigan State University, East Lansing 

Fertilization and Primary Production of a Warm Water Stream 
R. C. Ball; Bas; Support: State $3,580; Info. 



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132 



MICHIGAN - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 

Drought Flow Characteristics of Michigan Streams 
C. J. Vela; Appl; Support: State $7,000; Info. 



MICHIGAN - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 

Role of Substrate in Stream Fauna Distribution 
Geo. H. Lauff; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $7,577; Info. 



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" University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 



Study of Various Aspects of the Great Lakes 

X&vidC. Chandler; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. NSF and U. of Mich.; 



- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 



Stream Analysis and Hydrology 

?: J ' VelZ i r? 8 :^ 1 ' ^PBorb: Watl. Council for S 
Improvement ft,S66j Info. o 



- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 

f ^oT % ^ *"*** of Sevage Effluents 
. Borohardt; Bas-ARpl; Support: Fed RG $15,07^ Info 



State University. Detroit 



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a 

H. M. Bosch; Bas-Appl; Support: State $10,000; Info. 



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MISSISSIPPI - Mississippi State University, State College 
Sewage lagoons 

Howard K. Williford; Bas-Appl; Support: State and Miss. State U. 
$15,000; Mo info. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE - University of New Hampshire, Durham 

Enterococci as Indicators of Pollution Using Membrane Filter 
L. W. Slaneta; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $5,469; Info. 

NEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 
Activated Sludge Studies 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $5,778; Info. 



NEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 
B, 0. D. of Pure Organic Compounds 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $4,428; Info. 

MEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 

Fatty Acid Transformation in Anaerobic Digestion By Cl4 Tagging 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support: John Van Nostrand Dorr Fellow- 
ship $2,400; Info. 

MEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 

Cyanogen Chloride for Determining Residual Chlorine in Wastes 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support; Fed. RG $4,915; Info, 



MEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 
Household Well Water Supplies 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $3,929; Info. 



MEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 
Lime Neutralization of Dilute Acid Wastes 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support: Natl. Lime Assoc. $4,000; Info, 



NEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 

Analysis of Organic Matter in Soluble Fractions of Sewage 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $5,462; Info. 



NEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 
Slime Infestation in Streams 

H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support: Natl. Council for Stream 
Improvement $4,800; Info, 



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KGW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 
Stream Reaeration and Deoxygenation 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support: Fed, RG $^,571; Info, 



HEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 
Studies on Beggiatoa 
H. Heukelekian; Bas; Support; Fed. RG $1|-,312; Info. 



MEW JERSEY - Rutgers University, New Brunswick 
Trunk Sewer Effects on the Biota of Raritan Bay 
H. H. Haskin and E. T. Maul; Bas; Support: Fed, RG; Info 



MEXICO - N, M. College of Agr, and Mechanic Arts, State College 
Aerobic Digestion in the Liquid State 
J. W. Clark; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $7,500; Info. 



YQRK: - Assoc. of American Soap and Glycerine Producers, New York 



Analysis for Synthetic Detergents ADS in Sewage 

Ralph House; Bas; Support: Cooperating Companie a; Info. 



YORK - Assoc. of American Soap and Glycerine Producers, Mew York 



Analysis for Phosphates in Water and in Sewage 

M. V. Trexler; Bas; Support: Cooperating Companies; Info. 



_NEW YORK - Columbia University, New York 
Dispersion in Flow-Thru Porous Media 
Eugene Simpson; Bas; Support: Fed. U.S. Geological Survey; Info 



- Columbia University, New York 



, 

Applications of Gamma Radiation to Pulping Effluent Treatment 
Ernest J. Henley; Bas; Support; Watl. Council for Stream 

Improvement $2.000; Info. 



- Cornell University, Ithaca 



, 

Factors Governing the Fate of Surfactants in Water 
Chas, D. Gates; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $5,129; Info. 

- Cornell University, Ithaca 
Treatment of Duck Farm Wastes 
Chas, D. Gates; Appl; Support: State $6,000; Info 



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159 



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NEW YORK - Haskins Laboratories, Hew York 
l6l Nutritional Studies on Planktonic Algae 

Luigi Provasoli; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $1*1,000; Info. 



MEW YORK - C. W. Lauman & Company, Beth Page, Long Island 

Detergent Wastes From Laundries in Ground Waters of Long Island 
C. W. Lauman Co.; Appl; Support: State $5,000; Info. 



MEW YORK - Manhattan College, Riverdale 
3.63 Treatment of Organic Waste in Aerated Lagoons 

Manhattan College; Bas- Appl; Support; State $^,750; Info. 



MEW YORK! - Manhattan College, Riverdale 

Statistical Analysis on Drought Flows in Hew York State 
Manhattan College; Appl; Support: State $3, l85j Info. 



NEW YORK - Manhattan College, Riverdale 
165 Removal of Synthetic Detergents from Water and Wastes 

Manhattan College; Bas- Appl; Support: State $^,750; Info. 



MEW YORK - Manhattan College, Riverdale 
156 Statistical Analysis of Drought Flows in Rivers of Hew York State 
Donald J. O'Connor; Bas- Appl; Support: State $6,300; Info. 



163 



161 



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MEW YORK - Manhattan College, 
167 Effect of Physical and Chenr*" 
Donald J. O'Connor; Bas-App 



MEW YORK - New York State Conse 
163 Effect of Pleasure Craft Wa 
State Conservation Departme 



NEW YOKK - New York University, 
169 Effectiveness of Various Ty 
W. Y. U,; Applj Support: St 



MEW YORK - New York University, 
170 Controlled Sewage Filtratic 
Win. T. Ingram; Bas- Appl 5 Sx; 



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NEW YORK - New York University, New York 

Method for Determination of Nitrate Nitrogen in Sewage 
Gail P. Edwards; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $6,900; Info. 



NEW YORK - New York University, New York 

Effect of Synthetic Detergents on the Activated Sludge Process 
Gail P. Edwards; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $7*590; Info. 



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HEW YORK - New York University, New York 

Mechanism of Oxygen Absorption in Aeration Processes 
Wm. E. Dobbins; Bas; Support; Fed. RG $9,000; Info, 



MEW YORK - Syracuse University, Syracuse 

Factors in Construction and Operation of Sewage Oxidation Ponds 
Syracuse U.; Bas-Appl; Support: State $9j500; Info. 



NORTH CAROLINA - North Carolina State College, Raleigh 
Fish Population Related to Pulp Mill Locations 
B, B. Brandt; Bas; Support: Natl. Council for Stream Improvement; 
Info. 



NORTH CAROUNA - North Carolina State College , Raleigh 
Measurement of Color in Streams 
C. Smallwood; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $9,000; Info. 



76 



NORTH CAROLINA - North Carolina State College, Raleigh 
Radio-Tracers in Hydraulics of Sewage Plants 
C. Smallwood; Bas-Appl; Support; N, C. State College; Info 



NORTH CAROLINA - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 
Cholinesterase Activity of Fish Brain Tissue 
Chas. M. Weiss; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $6,1|63; Info; 



NORTH CAROKENA - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

Kinetics and Mechanism of Reactions Involving Chlorine Dioxide 
Marvin L. Granstrom; Bas; Support: Fed. NSFj Info, 



179 



NORTH CAROLINA - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 
Oxygen in Waste Treatment 
Daniel A. Okun; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $8,963; Info. 



180 



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181 - 



19 



NORTH CAROLINA - University of North Carolina; Chapel Hill 

Coagulation of Colloids Having Hydroxyl, Arairxo or Carboxyl G 
Marvin L. Granstrom; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $5,6^-0; Info, 



133 



NORTH CAROLINA. - University of Worth Carolina, Chapel Hill 
"" Reoxygenation of Benthal Sludge Load of Third Fork Creek 

Chas. M. Weiss; Bas-Applj Support: U. of N. C, Research Council 
lfeH65; No info. 



NORTH CAROLINA - University of North Carolina, Chapel Kill 
~ Treatment of Liquid Wastes from Semi-Chemical Pulping 

Daniel A. Okun; Bas -Appl; Support: The Mead Corp. $9,2 

No info. 



fit: 



185 



186 



OHIO - Distillers Feed Research Council, Cincinnati 
Recovery of Wastes in Distillers Dried Feeds 
L. K. Carpenter; Appl; Support: Cooperating Distilleries; XnTo 



OHIO - Kenyon College, Gambler 

Spectrophotometrlc Determination of Ions in Wastes and Water 

J. M. Pappenhagen; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $,B75; Info. 



' -- 

River Valley Water Sanitation Commission, Cincinnati 
us Recording and Transmission of Water Quality Date 
Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm; Appl; Support: bta-u 



OHIO - Ohio State University, Columt 
Quality and Effect of Treatmf" 1 - 
Glenn Schwab; Appl; Suppor^- 



138 



189 



190 



OHIO - Ohio State University, 
Infectious Hepatitus Sped 
Jackson Riddle; Bas; Suppc 



OHIO - Ohio State University, 
Small Scale Anaerobic~Aer< 
K. W. Cosens; Appl; Suppoi 



OHIO - Ohio State University, 
Acid Mine Drainage Studie 
Robt. 7. Baker; Bas- Appl; 
Natural Resources Institu 



19] - 200 



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OHIO - Ohio State University, Columbus 

Toxic Waste Studies - Heavy Metals Wastes 

W. D. Sheets; Bas-Appl; Support: State $28,000; Info 



OHIO - Ohio State University, Columbus 
Waste Water Reclamation 

Edw. Q. Moulton; Bas-Appl; Support: Oh:!.o State U. Knrrr Kx- 
periment Sta. 1*5,000; Info. 



OHIO - Ohio State University, Columbus 

Physiology of Aquatic Bacteria in Acid Mine 

Chester I. Randies; Bas; Support: Fed. RG :)7,i|J|.6; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary En c ineerln e Center, Clncinnat 
Design Criteria for Seepage Pits and Seepage Becio 
T. W. Bendixen; Appl; Support; Fed. FI1A ;il60,000; Info 



OHIO - Robert A Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Serological Identification of Waste Component o 
R. L. Bunch; Ba^Appl; Support: Fed. U. H, Army $25,500; Info 

~ . 

OFOO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 

ffl'nY'fnmiYlC'l wl* *-*~P AVI T I n f, v..*4v,,j ,4A.LHJj\f.l, 

-j<i\Ljjj. \jvu.jiji^nij Oil, /UJiQ.j^'Vr'l 'L fi CYi OT* trcjyi '! ^ ti '\ v~i *I3**\ *i *i ^ >(- i 1 1 j 

F. M. Middleton; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. W^OOO^InTo. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Ci 

v f W^ ^^ 

fct; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. $1^000; Info 



191 



192 



193 



19)1 



195 



- Robert A. Taft Sanitary Eng 



; Support: Fed. $ 25 , 00; Info. 




.197 



196 



199 



200 



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OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Significance of Protoaoal and Metazoal Organisms in Water 
S. L. Chang; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. $1^,000; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Enumeration of Bacterial Indicators of Contamination 
Harold F. Clark; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. $57,000; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Role of Fungi in Environmental Sanitation 
Wm. B. Cooke; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. $17,000; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Role of Water in the Transmission of Viral Diseases 
Norman A. Clarke; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. $^5,000; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Efficiency of Silver as a Germicidal Agent 
Cecil W. Chambers; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. $21,000; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 

Microorganisms to Degrade Specific Industrial Waste Components 
H. II. Tabak; Bas; Support: Fed. $12,000; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Toft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 

Analysis of Taste and Odor Compounds from Algae and Actinomycetes 
C. M. Palmer; Bas-Appl; Support; Fed. $35,000; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Effects of Impoundments on Water Quality 
F. W. Klttrell; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. $38,000; Info. 



- Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Sewage Treatment by Stabilization Ponds 
W, W. Towne; Bas-Appl; Support; Fed. $38,000$ Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati 
Biological Oxidation Bed Studies 
Ralph Forges; Bas; Support: Fed. $3, 000; Info. 



211 - 220 



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211 



212 



OHIO - So-bert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnat 
Stream Pollution by .Radioactive Waste B "From Uranium Oro i 
i. C. Tsivoglou; Appl; Support: Fed. $15,000; Info. 



P V ^ t ^ anUary En ^ering Center, Cincinnati 
f 00688 - C inplete T ^tment of Domootlc 
Jack L. Witherow; Appl; Support: Fed. $18,798; Info. 



OHIO - Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincrhmat 
Treatment Processes for Small Water Supplies ULnclnma 
L. J. McCabe; Appl; Support: Fed, {^0,000; Info. 



211 



212 



Walton; 



* *> 



215 



; Ap plj Support; 



^Engineering Canter, Cincinnati 



216 






t : state ^8,500; Info . 



Cincinnati 

'*! U - of Cincinnati 



218 



20 



ij Cincinnati 

n a . G1 sed System 



Inf0i 



$2,000; info. 



219 



220 



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OHIO - University of Toledo, Toledo 

Application of Dolomite Lime in the Treatment of Water 
Robt. E. Martin; Bas-Appl; Support: Finishing Lime Assoc. of 
Ohio; Info. 

OKLAHOMA - Oklahoma City Water Department, Oklahoma City 
Lake Hefner Evaporation Reduction Studies 
M. B. Cunningham; Bas-Appl; Support: State-Local; Info. 



OKLAHOMA - Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma City 
Isolation of Virus in a Municipal Water Supply Reservoir 
F. R. Hassler; Bas; Support: Fed, -Local; $9,000; Info. 



OKLAHOMA - Oklahoma State University, Stillwater 
Toxicity Bioassay of Oil Refinery Wastes 

Troy C. Dorris; Bas-Appl; Support: Okla. Oil Refiners Waste 
Control Council $12,788; No info. 

OKLAHOMA - University of Oklahoma, Norman 

Development of Water Quality Criteria for the State of Oklahoma 
Geo. Reid; Baa-Appl; Support: State; Info, 



OKLAHOMA - University of Oklahoma, Norman 
Use of Chelates in Brine Stabilization 
Geo. Reid; Baa-Appl; Support: Fed. Bureau of Mines; Info, 



OREGON ~ Oregon State College, Corvallis 

Toxlcological - Physiological Effects of Wastes on Aquatic Life 
Peter Doudoroff; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. and Ore. State College 
i|>30,QQO; Info, ___ 

OREGON - Oregon State College, Corvallis 

Aquatic Biology Aspects of Stream Pollution 

Chas. E. Warren; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed., Industry and Ore. 

State College $23,000; Info. 

OREGON - Oregon State College, Corvallis 

The Disposal of Sulfite Pulping Effluents 

Isaiah Gellman; Bas-Appl; Support: Natl. Council for Stream 

Improvement $9,000; Info. __ 

OREGON - Oregon State College, Corvallis 

Resistance of Marine Animals to Various Pollutional Conditions 
R. E, Dimick; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG; National Council for 
Stream Improvement and Ore. Agric. Experiment Sta. $20,000; Info. 



231 - 240 



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232 



233 



235 



236 



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230 



239 



OREGON - Oregon State College, Corvallis 

Road Building and Logging Effects on Erosion, Sedimentation, etc. 
Robt. H. Ruth; Bas~Appl; Support: State Forest Service; Info. 



OREGON - Oregon State College, Corvallis 

Physical, Chemical, Biological Aspects of Deep Trickling Kiltorn 
Fred Merryfleld; Bas-Appl; Support: State & Ore. State OoJiluRe 

Engrg. Experiment Sta.; Info, 



OREGON - Oregon State College, Corvallis 
Deep Trickling Filter Study 

Ore, State Coll. Engrg. Experiment Sta.; Bas-Appl: fiupport: fltuto 
and Ore. State Coll. $5,050; Info, ' 

"" 

OREGON - Oregon State College, Corvallia 
Sewage Oxidation Lagoon Project 

Fred J Burgess; Appl; Support; State, Ore. State Collofio and 
City of Corvallia $9.^85: Info. 



P3MSYLVAN1A - Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia 
U f Tidal E8tuar y of ^ Delaware Ki 



- Academy of natural Sciences 
and Toxicity o f 



Ruth Patrick; Bas-Applj Support: Fed. HO $ll|,286; Info. 



SH - Academy of Natural Science,, Philadelphia 
Studies of Recovery of Polluted River Water 

^^^T^ Suw rt; - * ^erstatc 



on 



' A--OO. of A-r. Soap a 



. -w^eii University, Lehjgh 

- _ ( _ 

- Lehigh University, Lehigh 

QT-l^*vi .J1 nil Q** 

H. \ . \ firl f~\T 1-1,-v-i- J. -.., T, t i 

Attorn Muds and Waters by 
Del. River Basin 12! 500^1 Jrfn ^' and Interstate Comm. on 



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241 - 250 



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250 



FEMSYIiVANIA - Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh 

Study of Sedimentation Emphasizing Flue Dust and Mill Scale 
Richard B. Hoak; Bas-Appl; Support: Amer. Iron and Steel 
Inst; Info. ___ 



PENNSYLVANIA - Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh 

The Origin of Tastes and Odors in Drinking Water 

Richard D. Hook; Bas; Support: Amer. Iron and Steel Inst.; 

Info. 



PENNSYLVANIA - Pennsylvania State University, University Park 
Aerobic Metabolism of Cyanogenic Compounds 
John 13. Nesbitt; Bas; Support: Fed. RG $8,000; Info. 



PENNSYLVANIA - Pennsylvania State University, University Park 

Design Criteria for Total Oxidation Activated Sludge Treatment 
R. Rupert Kountz; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $15,000; Info. 



HHODfi ISLAND - Bolf Kliassen Associates, Inc., Cranston 

Plant 'Scale Study of Complete-Mixing Activated Sludge Process 

ROSG E, McKlnney; Appl; Support: State and Assoc. of Amer. 

Soap & Glycerine Producers $17,000; Info. 



TKHNEGBKE - Tennessee Department of Public Health, Nashville 
Preservation of Enteric Organisms with Chelating Agents 
Ernest L. Snipe; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. RG $10,000; Info. 



TEXAS - Baylor University, Waco 

~~~ Toxic Properties of the Blue-Green Algae 

Floyd F. Davidson; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. KG; Info, 



TEXAS - North Texas State College, Denton 

Chemical and Physical Quality of Lake Texoma Water 

J, K. G. Silvey; Bas; Support: Fed, $1,890; Info. 



TEXAS - North Texas State College, Denton 

- Nutritional Retirements of Aguatic 

J. K, G. Silvey; Bas; Support: Fed. 



_ 
; Info. 



Phosp^e SoluMUtie 
F. Gloyna; Bas; Support: Industrial Organization; 



Ho info 



2J-I-5 



250 



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251 



252 



253 



255 



256 



TEXAS - University of Texas, Austin 

Low-Level Radioactivity Background Survey 

Earnest F. Gloyna; Bas-Appl; Support; Fed. AEG $10,800; Info 






.TEXAS - University of Texas, Austin 

Reactor Fuel Waste Disposal - Salt Cavity Type 

Earnest F. Gloyna; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed. AEG $20,000; Info, 



" University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston 
Disinfection of Sewage and Sewage Sludges by Halogens 
C. H. Cornell; Bas-Appl; Support: Fed, RG $11,000; Info, 



UTAH - University of Utah, Salt Lake City 

Oxidation Pond Characteristics - Raw Domestic Sewage 
Grant K. Eorg; Bas-Appl; Support; State $6,000; Info 



UTAH - Utah State University, Logan 
Effects of Fluorides on Fish 
tfm. F. Sigler; Bas; Support: Fed, RG $12,995; Info. 



UTAH - Utah State University, Logan 



251 



252 



253 



- University of Vermont, 



VIRGINIA - Virginia 
- ^Bi 
. A. 



us-Fibre Pipe Inst 



. B 
Improvement $ 9 ,6aUJ 



' Council for Stream 




255 



256 



257 



258 



259 



260 



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WASHINGTON - Washington State University, Pullman 
Gome Characteristics of Anaerobic Digestion 
G, II. Dunotan; Bas~Appl; Support: Fed. RG and Wash. State U. 
lliQ.OOO; Info. . 



VJASiaMC/rON - Washington State University, Pullman 
llewaflc Oxidation Ponds in Washington 

(i. II. Dunotan; Appl; Support: Consulting Engr. and Wash. State 
U, fill, '300: Info. _______ 



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WASHINGTON - Washington State University, Pullman 
Study of Gphaorotilus in Irrigation Water 
0. K. iDurujton; Bas-Appl; Support: City of Walla Walla and 
. Wtato U. $5,000; Info. ____ 



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WASHINGTON - University of Washington, Seattle 

^""DatE Collection in Marine Waters Adjacent to Manufacturing Area, 
Clifford A. Barnes; Bas; Support: State ^1,200; Info. 



- Univornity of Waehington, Seattle 
rce K*o Vertlllaed With Sewage Treatment Plant Effluent 



.ar 
W. '.V. liiaraoiidBon; Bar,; Support; Fed. RG $10,^21; Info, 



, lin:MVICTOF GQUUMBIA - Georgetown University, Washington 

for e.tlon of Col form. 



Walter C. Heao; Bas-Appl j Support: Fed. RG $20,000; Info. 



267 



260 



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270 



WISCONSIN - American floclety of B 
IncroaDinc In-Plont Recover 
Alex ftlcai; APP^-J Support: 



a - Red Dot Foods, Mad: 
Waste D:l.opo0al 
Ken Sellers; Appl; Suppo: 



WISCONSIN - Sulphite Pulp Manu: 
Cooperative Stream Studi 
A. J. Wiley; Appl; Suppo 
Mfro. Ree'ch league; 



WISCOMSIN - Sulphite Pulp Manu 

Saline Water Conservatio 

A. J. Wiley; Bas-Appl; 
League; Info. 



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Sulphite Pulp Manufacturers' Research League, Apploton 
Basic Research on Lignin Components of Spent Sulphite I, 

' SUPP rt: SUlMte ",. S ;uo 



2SS2 



^ 



Lawrence A. 



T^ague $27,000; Info. 



^^ 

; Support: Sulphite pS p Mfr^- 

P ' 



WISCONSIN - University o; 
Stabilization Pond 




- University of Wisconsin, MacVi son 
c Digestion ef Activated , 



. University of Wisconsin, Madison 






University of Wisconsin, Madison 
Spray Irrigation of Dairy Wastes 
L. B. Engelbert; Appl; Support; Fed> ^ 



- University of 



rothing in Sevage Treent ' 



t Co 



272 



273 



277 



270 



n 
. P. Fl t zg er a ld; Ba S ; Support: F ed. HO 

- - - - _ 

_WISCOHSIW - Universlfv n-p TH 

-raa o/s^tf on wl F a i c : h ns 

Borothy Strong; Bas; SuppO rt : 



| Info . 



$5A50; Info . 



280 



ANALYSIS OF DATA IN RESEARCH PROJECT LIST 



The following is a brief analysis of the information con- 
tained in the preceding project list. This year's listing of 280 
projects represents work that is being conducted in 38 of the 50 
states and the District of Columbia. As might be expected, the 
research is fairly heavily concentrated in a small number of states. 
The 12 states reporting the most projects accounted for 167, or 
nearly 60% of the total. The total figure includes Ohio, with the 
exception of the 23 projects at the Public Health Service Sanitary 
Engineering Center located in that state. 

Table 1 presents a classification of water supply and pollu- 
tion control research on the basis of institutions and organizations 
in which the research work is being done. As can be immediately 
seen, most of the research in this field is being done at universi- 
ties, while other types of organizations take a comparatively small 
part in direct research activities. The bulk of research people in 
this field are in the schools, and this fact explains the heavy con- 
centration of research there. 



Table 1 

NUMBER OF RESEARCH PROJECTS CONDUCTED IN 
INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



No. of Projects Per cent 

Universities 205 73.2% 

State and Interstate Agencies 25 8.9% 

Federal Agencies 23 8,2% 

Industrial Organizations 17 6,1% 

Local Agencies 10 3.6% 

Total 280 100.0% 



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While institutions other than universities have a rather 
small direct role in conducting research, they make a considerable 
indirect contribution to supporting research in water supply and 
pollution control. Table 2 lists institutions and organizations 
and shows the amount of money from each of these sources supporting 
water supply and pollution control research. Since the reporting 
ot the amount of support was voluntary, the total reported figures 
did not include all of the 280 projects listed in the Inventory 
Table 2 presents the amount of money determined by proratlm the 
average amount reported per project over the total number of prc-1- 
ects supported by each source, p J 



... , Whll ?J he bulk f the research ^ this field is being conducted 
at universities, most of its support is coming from sources other 
than university budgets and special funds. Federal agencies lilt* 





been Included because the amount represented was insignificant. 



TABLE 2 



AMOUNT OF RESEARCH PROJECT SUPPORT BY 
INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Ayunt Per cent 

Universities A , , 

$ 143,000 4.1% 

State Agencies 

928,000 26,5% 

Federal Agencies . tt , A 

1,878,000 53.6% 

Industrial Organizations 

464,000 13.3% 

Local Agencies 

3- 7 -'-0.00 2.5% 

Total ~~ 

3,500,000 100.0% 



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This first analysis must, because of its newness, be limited 
in scope. In future years, comparisons and trends will doubtless 
be indicated and it is hoped that this publication will provide 
people in the field of water supply and pollution control research 
with at least an annual "thumb-nail sketch" of activities and trends, 
Analysis may be done in the future on the people involved in this 
research, in terms of their professional specialties. Such data 
would point out the importance of inter-disciplinary cooperation 
and would be valuable in determining the future needs of various 
specialties. In addition, analysis will be done on the areas in 
which research is being conducted in the field of water supply and 
pollution control. The Subject Index which follows gives an over- 
all view of this aspect, but more detailed Information might also 
become a guide to where research in this field is going, and where 
it needs, perhaps, to be increased. 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



The accond section of the Research Inventory 
provides a working reference index for use in 
locating projects in the Project List. The number 
to the right of each reference title is the number 
given each project in the Project List (Section 1), 

This Subject Index was designed to include only 
those subjects or research areas which are important 
because they are well represented in the group of 
projects reported. 

The following is a list of the basic research 
areas contained in the index. Sub-headings of a 
number of these will be found in the index itself. 



Rcaoarch Area 

Analysis 

Aquatic Life 

Automation 

Coagulation 

Do si gn 

Drainage 

Filtration 

Food & Related Industries 

Halogens 

Industrial Wastes 

Ion Exchange 

Nitrogen & Nitrogen Compounds 

Oxygen 

Pulping & Papermaking Industry 

Radioactivity 

Sewage 

Synthetic Detergents 

Textile Industry 

Toxicity 

Water 

Water Surveys 



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BACTERIAL: 

Bacterial indicators of contamination - 202 

Coliforms & enterococci as Indices of water quality - 94 

Enterococci as indicators of pollution - 142 

Improvement of molecular membrane bacteriological techniques - 117 

Shigell.a dysentery in irrigation water - 24 

BIOCHEMICAL; 

B.O.D. of pure organic compounds - 144 
Characteristics of synthetic detergents - 123 
Effect of algae on B.O.D, measurements - 279 
Versene to eliminate effect of metals on B.O.D. - 35 

BIOLOGICAL: 

Aquatic biology aspects of stream pollution - 228 
Assay of Louisiana sugar mill wastes - 103 
Survey of tidal estuary of Delaware River - 235 

CHEMICAL: 

ABS in sewage - ^55 

Assay of Louisiana sugar mill wastes - 103 

Cyanogen chloride to determine residual chlorine in wastes - 146 

Effect of chemical variables on rea^ration - 167 

Kinetics mechanism of reactions involving chlorine dioxide - 179 

Nitrate nitrogen in sewage - 171 

Organic matter In soluble fractions of sewage - 149 

Organlcs in polluted water - 196 

Quality of Lake Tcxoma (Texas) water - 248 

Short method for determining ABS In water & sewage - 21 

CHROMATOGRAPIIIC; 

Assay of extracellular algal metal 
Identification of organic acids ir 

ELECTRICAL: 

Coliform bacteria detection with t 
Digital computer estimation of re* 
Study of surface precipitation usj 

FLUORESCENT: 

Fluorescent antibody study of infc 



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GENERAL STUDIES; 

Analysis & treatment of semi-chemical pulping effluent. 

Application of bioassays - 200 

Data collection in marine waters adjacent to manufacn,^ 

Improvement in analytical techniques - 36 manuiacturi "g area - 264 

Instruments to analyze Delaware River water - 239 
Lake Whitney (Connecticut) sanitary conditions vs. lab exams A, 
Methods for estimation of contaminants in liquid chlorine n 
Origin of taste & odor in drinking water - 242 Orlne " 8 

btream analysis & hydrology - 137 

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MEMBRANE FILTER; 

Detection of water coagulated material - 61 



PHYSICAL: 

Automatic conductivity m eter - 26 



Kinetics & 



- 23 

reaera "n - 167 



POLAROGRAPHIC: 

Determination of 
"i 

RADIOACTIVE: 

<;K tagging for study of 
Determining isotopes i 



- 179 



oxygen - 219 



,< , 

trans fation - 



145 



SAMPLING: 



- 266 

in 



- 50 



- 73 



Automatic samp i e collector _ 
Automatic waste sampler _ r & 27 



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SEROJ.OGT.CAT.: 

Identification of waste components - 195 

SPECTROPlIOTOMimm; : 

Determination of ions in wastes & water - 185 

STATISTICAL: 

Drought flow u in New York State - 164 

Drought flown In river;; of New York State - 166 




ALGAE : 

Algae lu treatment of scwa^o effluent - 138 

Alf>al~bactorinl HymMoniii In a closed system - 220 

Annlytiis of tatitc odor compounds from algae - 207 

Chloride uptake by alj'.ae - 218 

Chromatoj'.raphU; awiiuy ol' alj'.al metabolism products - 19 

Effect: ol' alj-.ac on H.O.I). me.'iinirementa - 279 

NutritJonal, ro<|n f r union I oi: Klrchnerlella subsolltaria - 257 

Nutritional ntudicn on planktonic alfiae - 161 

Toxic propi'rtileii of bl ucf' 1 r' 1 <-'n algao - 247 

BACTERIA: 

AlRal-baclerlal (iymbloiilft in a closed system - 220 

Aaalynifi oi' l,a;il;o ' fi. o<ior compounds from actlnomycetes - 207 

Bactorlal fndlcMtorfi of contamination - 202 

Bacterial oxidation of nitrite - 47 

Collfonn Uetcrti on wilb electron microscope - 58 

Collfornu) ft cmtrrocoocl na indices of water quality - 94 

Effect ol' orr.anic liiiliHtancow from the BCP 

Entorococcl. nti Indicators of pollution - 

Fortlllxatlon & primary production of n 

Improvomt.'nt ol' molc-cular mismhranc br 

Luke Michigan Inhibitor of ) ? -. coll. 

Nutritional reqii t rementfj of,' aquatic 

Physiology oi aquatic bacteria in tit 

Preservation of enteric ouf;nniams w: 

Radioactive isotope detection of co. 

Removal of conform organisms in wa^ 

SphaerotlluB in irrigation water - : 

Studies on begginton - 152 

Survival of pathogenic organisms in 

Taxonomy & ecology of iron & sulfur 



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FISH: 

Cholinesterase activity of fish brain tissue - 178 

Effects of fluorides on fish - 255 

Effects of pollutants on fish flavor - 280 

Fish population related to pulp mill location - 175 

Oxygen tension effect on fish common to Southern U.S. - 55 

FUNGUS : 

Role of fungi in environmental sanitation - 203 

GENERAL STUDIES: 

Application of bioassays - 200 

Aquatic biology aspects of stream pollution - 228 

Aquatic life resources project for the Ohio River - 99 

Effect of ABS in water on aquatic life - 238 

Environment & toxicity of compounds to aquatic life - 236 

Lake Superior limnology study - 140 

Resistance of marine animals to various pollutional conditions - 230 

Role of substrate in stream fauna distribution - 135 

Significance of metazoal & protozoal organisms in water - 201 

Substrate concentration & respiration under continuous flow - 131 

Toxicity bioassay of oil refinery wastes ~ 224 

Toxicological -physiological effects of wastes on aquatic life - 227 

Trunk sewer effects on biota of Raritan Bay - 153 

INSECTS: 

Dissolved oxygen requirements of insects - 12 

Tendipedidae distribution & domestic sewage pollution - 106 

PLANTS : 

Effect of pollution on kelp - 16 
Slime infestation in streams - 150 

VIRUS : 

5 ep ? tltu ? speclmens stud i e d with fluorescent antibody 
of virus in a municipal water supply reservoir - 223 
Role of water in transmission of viral diseases - 204 

WORMS : 

Relationship of polychaetous annelids to marine pollution - 22 



- 188 



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DEVICES : 

Compositing waste sampler - 6 

Conductivity meter - 26 

Dissolved oxygen analyzer - 78 

Dissolved oxygen determination - 25 

Instruments to analyze Delaware River water quality 

Sample collector - 27 

Stream gauging & recording device - 7 



- 239 



TECHNIQUES: 

Continuous recording & transmission of water quality information 
Digital computer estimation of reservoir yields - 40 



- 186 




Coagulation of colloids having hydroxyl , amino or carboxyl groups - 181 

Detection of water coagulated material by membrane filter - 61 

Properties of various coagulating agents - 38 

Water coagulation - 44 

Water coagulation with ferrous eulfate liquid from steel mills - 56 




Design criteria for seepage pits & beds - 194 

Design criteria for total oxidation activated sludge treatment - 244 

Design criteria for turnpilte sewage treatment plants - 96 

Development of vertical screen trickling filter - 132 

Factors in construction & operation of sewage oxidation ponds - 174 

Mounts for low-level radioactivity counting in water solids - 73 

Set-up & control of sludge digestion - 32 

Small-scale anaerobic-aerobic treatment process - 189 

Storm drainage inlet design - 112 

see also AUTOMATION 



DRAINAGE 



Acid mine drainage studies - 190 

Physiology of aquatic bacteria in acid mine drainage - 193 
Storm drainage inlet design & run-off from urban areas - 112 
Storm drainage research project - 43 



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Artificial clays for fixation of radioactive nuclides - 110 

Coarse-grained water filters - 8 

Controlled sewage treatment-deep filters - 170 

Deep trickling filter study - 233 

Design criteria for seepage pits & beds - 194 

Diatomite filtration of municipal water supplies - 89 

Dispersion in flow-thru porous media - 157 

Filtered water coagulated material detection by membrane filter 

filtering farm pond water - 95 

Filtration experiments for water treatment processes - 214 

p 1 R S 1 rut I - Tn< 5("p Hl^nACifll KIT til - c 

filtration - 60 "" so . .-sawcusl 

i'studies^ & bi logical as Pects of deep trickling filters - 232 

^ i j-iiui^u if id i n L Gricinc G ** o ) 

_ filter studies - 85 
Vertical screen trickling filters - 132 

see also ANALYSIS - Membrane Filter 



61 



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Duck farm waste treatment - 160 

Effect of pollutants on fish flavor - 280 

treatment 



Potato chip waste disposal - 



^s - 267 



268 






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HALOGENS 



CHLORINE , CHLORINE COMPOUNDS- 
Chlonde uptake by alfae - ?is 
Cyanogen chloride for 
Effect of disinfection 



Chl " lne in 



n . dechl 
chelates in brlne s 










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FLUORINE & FLUORINE COMPOUNDS: 

Effects of fluorides on fish - 255 

Ion exchange treatment for removal of fluoride ion - 45 

GENERAL STUDIES: 

Disinfection of sludges by halogens - 253 




DISPOSAL: 

Analysis of organics in polluted water - 196 

Automatic compositing waste sampler - 6 

Detergent wastes from laundries - 162 

Effect on southern California coastal waters - 23 

Fission waste disposal by adsorption of isotopes on soil-sawdust - 111 

Heavy metals wastes - 191 

Large lake fertilized with sewage treatment plant effluent - 265 

Low-flow augmentation for stream-pollution abatement - 114 

Meat packing wastes - 92 

Oily substances on beaches & near-shore waters - 20 

Pollution & pollution control for selected streams - 119 

Potato chip wastes - 268 

Pulp mill location related to fish population - 175 

Pulp mill pollution measurement study - 4 

Pulp mill study to control pollution - 3 

Radioactive wastes from nuclear reactor fuels - 125 

Reactor fuel wastes disposal-salt cavity type - 252 

Removal & disposal of suspended solids from papermaking - 128 

Spray irrigation for dairy wastes - 277 

Stream pollution by radioactive| wastes from uranium ore refineries - 211 

Svilfite pulping effluents - 229 

Tidal mixing & pollution assimilation, St. John's River, Florida - 115 

transportation of radioactive wastes - 113 

Trunk sewer effects on biota of Raritan Bay - 153 

Value of whey when used on soil & crops - 258 



IN-PLANT CONTROL: 

Increasing recovery of brewing process yeast 
Pollution reduction in cotton mills - 29 
Pollution reduction in woolen mills -3 



n * a A n 9fi7 
grains - 267 



Water in food canning - 14 



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STUDIES: 

Acid intermediates in anaerobic fermentation - 46 

Acid mine drainage studies - 190 

Activated sludge studies - 143 

Aerobic metabolism of cyanogenic compounds - 243 

eeparatlon 8tudles 



. 

Analysis for phosphates in sewage - 156 



B.O.D. of pure organic compounds - 144 
Bacterial oxidation of nitrite - 47 



" 

f e - 139 



Effect of temperature 



on 



Nitrogen in 
Physiology of a tlc 



r duction " 



aas^ 



wastes - 1 26 



- 197 



identific 



- 84 



or 

Synthetic detergent 
Textile was tn 

n 



rlver wat 
measure "'t - 21 

- 33 

wa stes . 



- 237 



- 185 



- 103 



"* 



. lfifl 



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TREATMENT: 

Acid Intermediates in anaerobic fermentation - 46 

Aeration to condition sewage sludge - 276 

Aerobic digestion in the liquid state - 154 

Aerobic digestion of sludge - 81 

Anaerobic digestion mixed liquor separation - 77 

Artificial clays for fixation of radioactive nuclides - 110 

Automatic laundry wastes - 37 

Behavior of nitriles in treatment systems - 198 

Biological oxidation bed studies - 210 

Biological treatability of organic industrial wastes - 121 

Biological treatment of petrochemical wastes - 76 

Brass wastes - 39 

Characteristics of anaerobic digestion - 261 

Chicken processing wastes - 54 

Complete-mixing activated sludge process - 245 

Dairy wastes - 37 

Design criteria for seepage pits & beds - 194 

Design criteria for total oxidation activated sludge treatment - 244 

Development of more efficient oxygen transfer techniques - 108 

Duck farm wastes - 160 

Effect of ammonium ion concentration on biological oxidation - 64 

Effect of copper on sludge digestion - 28 

Effect of heavy metals on treatment processes - 199 

Effect of synthetic detergents on activated sludge process - 172 

Effectiveness of milk waste treatment plants - 169 

Electroplating wastes - 39 

Fatty acid transformation in anaerobic digestion by 14 tagging - 145 

Frothing in sewage treatment - 278 

Industrial waste treatment and effects on public waters - 98 

Kraft mill waste treatment for removal of color - 101 

Lime neutralization of dilute acid wastes - 148 

Liquid wastes from semi-chemical pulping process - 183 

Microorganisms to degrade specific industrial waste components - 206 

Organic waste treatment in aerated lagoons - 163 

Oxidation lagoon study - 234 

Oxygen in waste treatment - 180 

"Protein water" from potato starch manufacture - 109 

Pulping effluent treatment with gamma radiation - 158 

Reaction kinetics of anaerobic fermentation - 17 

Removal of synthetic detergents - 165 

Removal of synthetic detergents ABS - 18 

Saline water conservation for processing spent sulphite liquor - 270 

Semi-chemical pulping effluents - 260 

Settling properties of sludges - 42 

Set-up & control of sludge digestion -32 

Sewage lagoons - 141 



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TREATMENT (cont.) 

Sewage oxidation ponds - 262 

Small-scale anaerobic-aerobic treatment process - 189 

Stabilization pond studies - 274 

Strawboard & semi-chemical bleaching liquors - 79 

Study of mechanism of oxygen absorption in aeration processes - 173 

Survival of pathogenic organisms in high-rate sludge digestion - 127 

Tannery wastes - 34 

Textile desizing wastes - 2 

Thermophilic digestion of activated sludge - 275 

Treatment by stabilization ponds - 209 

Trickling filter studies - 85 

Use of chelates in brine stabilization - 226 

Vertical screen trickling filter - 132 




Ion exchange treatment of electroplating & brass wastes 
Ion exchange treatment to remove fluoride ion - 45 



- 39 




Aerobic metabolism of cyanogenic compounds - 243 

Bacterial oxidation of nitrite - 47 

Behavior of nitriles in treatment systems & surface water - 198 

Cholinesterase activity of fish brain tissue - 178 

Coagulation of colloids having amino groups - 181 

Cyanogen chloride for determining residual chlorine in wastes - 146 

Determination of nitrate nitrogen in sewage - 171 

Effect of ammonium ion concentration on biological oxidation - 64 

Nitrogen in aerobic stabilization of organic wastes in streams - 126 

Sources & seasonal variations of nitrates in water supply weUs -93 

Treatment of " protein water ,. from potatQ 93 




AERATION 



h,, 

chemical variables on reaeration - 167 
Organic waste treatment in aerated lagoons - 163 
Oxidation lagoon study - 234 
Oxidation pond characteristics - raw domestic sewage - 254 



- 244 



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AERATION (cont.): 

Oxygen absorption in aeration process - 173 
Preaeration in sewage treatment - 90 
Reoxygenation of benthal sludge load of a stream 
Sewage oxidation ponds - 262 
Stream reaeration & deoxygenation - 151 



182 



BIOCHEMICAL DEMAND: 

B.O.D. of pure organic compounds - 144 

Effect of algae on B.O.D. measurements - 279 

Use of Versene to eliminate effect of metals on B.O.D. - 35 

DISSOLVED: 

Automatic dissolved oxygen determination - 25 
Development of dissolved oxygen analyzer - 28 
Dissolved oxygen distribution profiles - 102 
Polarographic determination of dissolved oxygen - 219 
Requirements of aquatic insects - 12 

GENERAL : 

Development of more efficient oxygen transfer techniques 
Effect of oxygen tension on fish common to southern U.S. 
Oxygen absorption in aeration process - 173 
Oxygen in waste treatment - 180 
Solubility of oxygen in water - 120 



108 
55 




Analysis & treatment of semi-chemical pulping effluents - 260 

Carbohydrates of spent sulphite liquor - 273 

Characteristics of a bay for control of pulp mill pollution - 3 

Characteristics of a cove as a measure of pulp mill pollution - 4 

Disposal of sulphite pulping effluents - 229 

Kraft mill waste treatment for removal of color - 101 

Llgnin components of spent sulphite liquor-applied study - 272 

Lignin components of spent sulphite liquor-basic study - 271 

Pulp mill location related to fish population - 175 

Pulping effluent treatment with gamma radiation - 158 

Removal & disposal of suspended solids from papermaking - 128 

Saline water conservation for processing spent sulphite liquor - 270 

Semi-chemical bleaching wastes research - 84 

Treatment of liquid wastes from semi-chemical pulping process - 183 

Treatment of strawboard & semi-chemical bleaching liquors - 79 



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Artificial clays for fixation of radioactive nuclides - 110 

C 14 tagging to study fatty acid transformation in anaerobic digestion 

Determining radioactive isotopes in water & sewage - 139 

Disposal of radioactive wastes from nuclear reactor fuels - 125 

Fission waste disposal by adsorption of isotopes on soil-sawdust - 111 

Gamma radiation in treatment of pulping effluents - 158 

Low-level radioactivity background survey - 251 

Monitoring water for radioactivity - 62 

Mounts for low-level radioactivity counting in water solids - 73 

Radiation acquired by fresh-water microorganisms - 52 

Radioactive isotope technique for detection of coliforms - 266 

Radioactive tracer study of endogenous metabolism - 122 

Radioactive tracers to study secondary sewage treatment - 50 

Radioactivity monitoring project along the Ohio River - 100 

Radio-tracers in hydraulics of sewage plants - 177 

Reactor fuel waste disposal-salt cavity type - 252 

Stream pollution by radioactive wastes - 211 

Transportation of radioactive wastes - 113 




DISPOSAL: 

Analysis of organics in polluted water - 196 

Anti-pollution & sewage disposal in Florida - 49 

Automatic compositing waste sampler - 6 

Detergent wastes from laundries in ground-water - 162 

Effect on southern California coastal waters - 23 

in^n fe "i"d with sewage treatment plant effluent 

Low-flow augmentation. for stream pollution abatement 114 

Oily substances on beaches & near-shore waters ! 

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of 



treatment of sewage effluent - 



- 115 



STUDIES: 



138 



. 

Analysis for phosphates in sewage - 1 56 

Aquatic biology aspects of stream poUution - 228 



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STUDIES (cont.) 

B.O.D. of pure organic compounds - 144 

Bacterial oxidation of nitrite - 47 

Determination of nitrate nitrogen in sewage - 171 

Determination of residual chlorine in wastes - 146 

Determining radioactive isotopes in sewage - 139 

Domestic sewage pollution & distribution of tendipedidae - 106 

Effect of pleasure craft wastes on waters of New York State .- 168 

Effect of pollutants on fish flavor - 280 

Effect of temperature on digestion - 82 

Measurement of ABS - 21 

Mechanism of hydrogen sulfide production - 83 

Nitrogen in aerobic stabilization of organic wastes - 126 

Radio-tracers in hydraulics of sewage plants - 177 

Recovery of polluted river water - 237 

Resistance of marine animals - 230 

Secondary sewage treatment study using radioactive tracers - 50 

Serological identification of waste components - 195 

Settling properties of sludges - 42 

Spectrophotometric determination of ions in wastes - 185 

lexicological -physiological effects of wastes on aquatic life - 227 

TREATMENT: 

Acid intermediates in anaerobic fermentation - 46 

Aerobic digestion in the liquid state - 154 

Aerobic digestion of sludge - 81 

Anaerobic contact process for complete treatment of domestic sewage -212 

Anaerobic contact process for domestic sewage - 75 

Anaerobic digestion mixed liquor separation - 77 

Behavior of nitrile in treatment processes - 198 

Biological oxidation bed studies - 210 

Characteristics of anaerobic digestion - 261 

Complete-mixing activated sludge process - 245 

Controlled sewage treatment-deep filters - 170 

Deep trickling filter study - 233 

Design criteria for total oxidation activated sludge treatment - 244 

Design criteria for turnpike sewage treatment plants - 96 

Development of more efficient oxygen transfer techniques - 108 

Disinfection of sewage & sewage sludges by halogens - 253 

Domestic sewage lagoons - 1 

Effect of ammonium ion concentration on biological oxidation - 64 

E'ffect of copper on sludge digestion - 28 

Effect of heavy metals on treatment processes - 199 

Effect of synthetic detergents on activated sludge process - 172 



TREATMENT (cont.): 

Factors in construction & operation of sewage oxidation ponds - 174 

Fatty acid transformation in anaerobic digestion by 014 tagging - 145 

Frothing in sewage treatment - 278 

Mechanism of oxygen absorption in aeration process - 173 

Organic waste treatment in aerated lagoons - 163 

Oxidation pond characteristics-raw domestic sewage - 254 

Oxygen in waste treatment - 180 

Physical, chemical & biological aspects of deep trickling filters - 232 

Preaeration in sewage treatment - 90 

Reaction kinetics of anaerobic fermentation - 17 

Removal of ABS - 18 

Removal of synthetic detergents - 165 

Septic tanks - 5 

Settling properties of sludges - 42 

Set-up & control of sludge digestion - 32 

Sewage lagoons - 141 

Small-scale anaerobic-aerobic treatment process - 189 

Stabilization pond studies - 274 

Survival of pathogenic organisms in high-rate sludge digestion - 1 97 

Thermophilic digestion of activated sludge - 275 ai8esUon l27 

Treatment by stabilization ponds - 209 

Trickling filter studies - 85 

Use of aeration to condition sewage sludges - 276 

Vertical screen trickling filter - 132 

Volatile acid formation during sewage sludge digestion - 86 




Analysis in sewage - 155 

Analysis for phosphates in water & 8ew aa e - I 5fi 

Biochemical characteristics - 123 

Detergent wastes from laundries in ground-water 

Effect in water on aquatic life - 233 

Effect on activated sludge process - 17 2 



18 



- 162 
^ 



- 250 



Removal by sewage treatment plants - 



.. 

Removal in municipal water supplies - 97 



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Pollution reduction in cotton mills by process chemical changes 
Pollution reduction in woolen mills by process chemical changes 
Textile waste pollution survey simplified - 33 
Treatment of textile desizing wastes - 2 



29 
30 




Cadmium & hexavalent chromium in water supplies - 129 

Cholinesterase activity of fish brain tissue - 178 

Effect of copper on sludge digestion - 28 

Environment & toxicity of compounds to aquatic life - 236 

Toxic properties of blue-green algae - 247 

Toxic wastes studies-heavy metals .wastes - 191 

Toxicity bioassay of oil refinery wastes - 224 

Toxicological -physiological effects of wastes on aquatic life - 227 




222 



etc. 



231 



CONSERVATION: 

Conservation & reuse of water - 216 

Evaporation suppression from water surfaces - 69 

Lake Hefner (Oklahoma) evaporation reduction studies - 

Recovery of polluted river water - 237 

Road building & logging effects on erosion, sedimentation, 

Waste water reclamation - 192 

Water conservation in food canning - 14 

Water supply & utilization - 256 

DISTRIBUTION: 

Corrosion control in potable water systems - 124 

Corrosion of cast iron water pipe - 57 

Effect of disinfection dosages on coal-tar lined cast iron pipe - 87 

Loss of carrying capacity in water mains due to water quality - 72 

Protective coatings in water distribution systems - 130 

Resistance of bituminous fibre pipe joints to root penetration - 259 

Ridged gelatinous coating in water pipes - 63 

INDUSTRIAL : 

Water conservation in food canning - 14 



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228 



94 



168 



STUDIES: 

Analysis of organics in polluted water - 196 

Analysis for phosphates in water - 156 

Aquatic biology aspects of stream pollution - 

Bacterial indicators of contamination - 202 

Behavior of nitrlles in surface water - 198 

Chromatographic identification of organic acids in water - 66 

Coarse-grained water filters - 8 

Coliform organisms & enterococci as indices of water quality - 

Comprehensive study of water coagulation - 44 

Control of hydrogen sulfide production in surface waters - 107 

Detection of water coagulated material by membrane filter - 61 

Determining radioactive isotopes in water - 139 

Dispersion & effects of industrial airborne wastes - 51 

Dissolved oxygen distribution profiles - 102 

Drop-inlet spillway research - 68 

Effect of ABS in water on aquatic life - 238 

Effect of pleasure craft wastes on waters of New York State - 

Effects on public waters of industrial wastes - 98 

Enterococci as indicators of pollution using membrane filter - 142 

Factors governing fate of surfactants in water - 159 

Fertilization & primary production of a warm water stream - 133 

Instruments to analyze Delaware River water quality - 239 

Interfacial hydration & freezing - 48 

Large lake fertilized with sewage treatment plant effluent - 265 

Low-flow augmentation for stream pollution abatement - 114 

Measurement of ABS - 21 

Mechanism of hydrogen sulfide production - 83 

Metazoal & protozoal organisms in water - 201 

Monitoring water for radioactivity - 62 

Mounts for low-level radioactivity counting in water solids - 73 

Neutralization of bottom muds & waters by alkaline stack dusts 

origin of tastes & odors in drinking water - 242 

Physical & chemical quality of Lake Texoma (Texas) water - 248 

Radiation acquired by fresh-water microorganisms - 52 

Role of water in transmission of viral diseases - 204 

Sedimentation studies emphasizing flue dust & mill scale - 241 

Shigella dysentery in irrigation water - 24 

Solubility of oxygen in water - 120 

Sources & seasonal variations of nitrates in water supply wells 

Spectrophotometric determination of ions in water - 185 

Sphaerotilus in irrigation water - 263 

Statewide water quality inventory, Louisiana - 105 

Substrate concentration & respiration under continuous flow - m 

Superchlorination-dechlorination studies - 91 131 

Water coagulation with ferrous sulfate liquid from steel mills - 56 



- 240 



- 93 



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SUPPLY: 

Conservation & reuse of water - 216 

Continuous recording & transmission of water quality information - 186 

Development of water quality criteria - 225 

Drought flow characteristics of Michigan streams - 134 

Effects of impoundments on water quality - 208 

Ground-water occurrence, yield & movement in American Bottom, Illinois - 70 

Ground-water pollution by detergent wastes from laundries - 162 

Ground-water recharge as affected by phosphate solubilities - 250 

Ground-water recharge in Peoria, Illinois - 71 

Household well water supplies - 147 

Isolation of virus in a municipal water supply reservoir - 223 

Lake Whitney (Connecticut) sanitary conditions - 41 

Origin of tastes & odors in drinking water - 242 

Potable water system corrosion control - 124 

Recovery of polluted river water - 237 

Reservoir sediment at Springfield Plain, Illinois - 67 

Reservoir yields estimation on digital computer - 40 

Sources & seasonal variations of nitrates in water supply wells - 93 

Statistical analysis of drought flows in New York State - 164 

Statistical analysis of drought flows in rivers of New York State - 166 

Study of surface precipitation using radar - 74 

Treatment of small water supplies - 213 

Waste water reclamation - 192 

Water supply & utilization - 256 

Watershed factors at Springfield Plain, Illinois - 67 

see also WATER - Conservation 

TREATMENT : 

Behavior of nitriles in treatment systems - 198 

Coagulation of colloids having hydroxyl, amino or carboxyl groups - 181 

Conservation & reuse of water - 216 

Contaminants in liquid chlorine - 80 

Diatomite filtration of municipal water supplies - 89 

Dispersion in flow-ithru porous media - 157 

Dolomite lime in treatment of water - 221 

Effect of disinfection dosages on coal-tar lined cast iron pipe - 87 

Effect of physical & chemical variables on reaeration - 167 

Efficiency of coarse-grained water filters - 8 

Efficiency of silver as a germicldal agent - 205 

Farm pond water treatment for domestic use - 88 

Filtered water coagulated material detection - 61 

Filtering farm pond water - 95 

Filtration experiments for water treatment processes - 214 



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TREATMENT (cont. ) : 

High rate filtration - 60 

Ion exchange treatment to remove fluoride ion - 45 

Mechanism of oxygen absorption in aeration processes - 173 

Processes for small water supplies - 213 

Quality & effect of treatment of water from farm ponds - 187 

Recovery of polluted river water - 237 

Removal of ABS from potable water by treatment modification - 116 

Removal of coliform organisms - 215 

Removal of synthetic detergents - 165 

Reoxygenation of benthal sludge load of a stream - 182 

Resuspension of flocculent solids in sedimentation basins - 9 

Sand bed studies & gravel movement in bed maintenance - 59 

Silver ion for disinfection of private water supplies - 118 

Stream reaeration & deoxygenation - 151 

Superchlorination-dechlorination studies on small water supplies - 91 

Synthetic detergent removal in municipal water supplies - 97 

Use of chelates in brine stabilization - 226 

Waste water reclamation - 192 




LAKE: 

Lake Michigan inhibitor of E. coll. & related bacteria - 65 
Lake Superior limnology study - 140 

Lake Texoma (Texas) physical & chemical water quality - 248 
Lake Whitney (Connecticut) sanitary conditions vs. lab exams 
Reservoir yields estimated on a digital computer 1 40 
Study of various aspects of the Great Lakes - 136 

OCEAN: 

Characteristics of Silver Bay (Alaska) - 3 
Characteristics of Ward Cove (Alaska) - 4 
Current measurement in coastal waters - 10 

"Hal-Ti j-i*-*11j_J_. i 

adjacent to 



- 41 



Organic substance effect on bacteria - 15 
Polychaetous annelids in marine pollution - 22 
SnSv 1 ^ * 011 V UbStanCes on beaches & near-shore waters 

23 SS-fir^L {$"> 



- 20 






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STREAM: 

biology aspects of stream pollution - 
utomatic gauging & recording device - 7 

Biological survey of tidal estuary of the Delaware River - 235 
Cooperative stream studies - 269 
G U:rrent measurement in estuarine waters - 10 
Dissolved oxygen requirements of aquatic insects - L2 
Drought flow characteristics of Michigan streams - 134 
Fertilization & primary production of a warm water stream - 

T instruments to analyze Delaware River water quality - M 
Measurement of color In streams - 176 ^ MmQ _ 126 

Nitrogen in aerobic stabilization of organic wastes in streams 126 

OVxio River aquatic life resources project - 99 

Ohio River radioactivity monitoring project - 100 

^Pollution & pollution control - 119 

Recovery of polluted river water - 237 

Role of substrate in stream fauna distribution - 1J5 

SXime infestation - 150 ct-nt-p - 166 

Statistical analysis of drought flows in rivers of New York State 

Stream analysis & hydrology - 137 

Stream pollution by radioactive wastes - 211 

Stream reaeration & deoxygenation - 151 

Survey of Mississippi River in vicinity of Baton Rouge - 104 

Tidal mixing & pollution assimilation, St. John s River, Flqrida 




ADDRESS LIST 



The third section of the Research Inventory 
comprises a list of the names and addresses of 
those reporting the research projects in this 
survey. It will be noted that the reporter is not 
always the principal investigator for a given 
project. Reporters are assumed to be familiar 
with the details of research projects and to be 
the logical source of available information. 

The number preceeding each name and address 
in the Address List corresponds to the number of 
the research project in the Project List (Section 1) 



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1 and 2 



Theodore Jaffe 
Professor, Civil Engineering 
Alabama Polytechnic Institute 
Auburn, Alabama 



14 



3 thru 5 



Amos J. Alter 
Administrator, Alaska Water 

Pollution Control Board 
Alaska Office Building 
Juneau, Alaska 



6 and 7 



M. L. Wood 

Director, Arkansas Water 

Pollution Control Commission 
921 West Markham 
Little Rock, Arkansas 



Lor en R. Heiple 

Head, Civil Engineering 

Department 

University of Arkansas 
Fayetteville, Arkansas 



A. C. Ingersoll 

Associate Professor, Civil 

Engineering 
California Institute of 

Technology 

1201 East California Street 
Pasadena, California 

10 and 11 

Paul R. Bonderson 

Executive Officer, California 

Water Pollution Control Board 
Room 316, 1227 Street 
Sacramento 14, California 

12 and 13 

John W. DeWitt 

Associate Professor, Fisheries 
Humboldt State College 
Arcata, California 



15 



16 



17 



18 



Walter A. Mercer 

Bacteriologist 

National Canners Association 

1950 Sixth Street 

Berkeley 10, California 



Galen E. Jones 
Assistant Research 

Microbiologist 
Scripps Institute of 

Oceanography 
La Jolla, California 



Paul R. Bonderson 

Executive Officer, California 

Water Pollution Control Board 
Room 316, 1227 Street 
Sacramento 14, California 



Erman A. Pearson 

Associate Professor, Sanitary 

Engineering 

University of California 
Room 111, Engineering Building 
Berkeley, California 



Roy W. Peet 

Manager, Association of American 

Soap e Glycerine Producers 
295 Madison / 
New York 17, wew 



19 and 20 

Robert C. Merz 

Professor, Civil Engineering 
University of Southern California 
Los Angeles 7, California 



21 



Roy W. Peet 

Manager, Association of American 

Soap & Glycerine Producers 
295 Madison Avenue 
New York 17, New York 



22 



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Donald J. Reish 

Research Associate, Department 

of Biology 

University of Southern California 
Los Angeles 7, California 



23 



Robert E. Stevenson 

Director, Inshore Research 

Hancock Foundation 

University of Southern California 

Los Angeles 7, California 



24 



Stuart G. Dunlop 

Associate Professor, Microbiology 

University of Colorado 

School of Medicine 

Denver 20, Colorado 

25 thru 35 

Joseph W. Masselli 
Research Chemist 
Wesleyan University 
Middletown, Connecticut 

36 thru 39 

Merwin E. Hupfer 
Senior Sanitary Engineer 
Water Resources Commission 
State Office Building 
Hartford, Connecticut 

40 and 41 

E. L. MacLeman 

Associate Professor, Civil 

Engineering 
Yale University 
New Haven, Connecticut' 



42 



V. C. Behn 
Associate Professor 
University of Delaware 
Newark, Delaware 



43 

Paul Bock 

Assistant Professor, Civil 

Engineering 

University of Delaware 
Newark, Delaware 

44 and 45 
A. P. Black 

Research Professor, Chemistry 
University of Florida 
Gainesville, Florida 

46 thru 48 
A. M. Buswell 

Research Professor, Chemistry 
University of Florida 
Gainesville, Florida 

49 thru 53 

John E. Kilter, Jr. 
Professor, Civil Engineering 
University of Florida 
Gainesville, Florida 



54 



G. R. Frith 

Engineer, Georgia Department 

of Public Health 
309 State Office Building 
Atlanta 3, Georgia 

.55 

Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

Council for Stream Improvement 
271 Madison Avenue 
New York 16, New York 

.56 thru 63 

John R. Bay 1 is 

Engineer of Water Purification 
Department of Water and Sewers 
3300 East Cheltenham Place 
Chicago, Illinois 



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64 



L. G. Rich 
Associate Professor 
Illinois Institute of 

Technology 
Chicago 16, Illinois 

65 

Leslie R. Hedrick 
Chairman, Department of 

Biology 
Illinois Institute of 

Technology 
Chicago 16, Illinois 

66 thru 74 

William C. Ackermann 
Chief, Illinois State 

Water Survey 
Box 232 
Urbana, Illinois 



79 



75 



J. L, Witherow 

Assistant Sanitary Engineer 

Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



76 



~R. S. Engelbrecht 
Associate Professor, Sanitary 

Engineering 

University of Illinois 
Urbana, Illinois 



77 



~A, J. Steffen 

Director, Sanitary Engineering 
Wilson & Company, Inc. 
Chicago, Illinois 



78 



M. B. Ettinger 

Chief, Chemistry & Physics, 

WS & PC Program 
Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

Council for Stream Improvement 
271 Madison Avenue 
New York 16, New York 

80 

M. G. Mellon 
Department of Chemistry 
Purdue University 
Lafayette, Indiana 

81 thru 86 

G. H, Teletzke 

Associate Professor, Sanitary 

Engineering 
Purdue University 
Lafayette, Indiana 

87 and 88 

H. R. Wilke 

Associate Professor, Sanitary 

Engineering 
Purdue University 
Lafayette, Indiana 

89 thru 91 

E. R. Baumann 

Professor, Civil Engineering 

Iowa State College 

Ames, Iowa 



92 



93 



Ro 



R; 



S 
Cl 

Ki 
S 
T 



94 



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92 

Reed K. Morse 

Head, Department of Civil 

Engineering 
Kansas State College 
Manhattan, Kansas 

96 and 97 
R. T. Page 
Associate Professor, Sanitary 

Engineering 
University of Kansas 
Lawrence, Kansas 

8 

Louis F. Birkel 
Executive Director, Water 

Pollution Control Commission 
620 South Third Street 
Louisville 2, Kentucky 

_99 and 1QQ 

Edward J. deary 
Executive Director, Ohio River 
Valley Water Sanitation 
Commission 
414 Walnut Street 
Cincinnati 2, Ohio 



101 



Harry w. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 



M 

Madison Avenue 

New York 16, New York 



102 



Arthur G. Kellejr 
Professor, Chemical Engineering 
Louisiana State University S 
Baton Rou g e 3, Louisiana 



. E. Biglane 

Chief Division of Water 
Pollution Control 



Rouge, Louisia 



na 



106 

James E. Sublette 
Associate Professor 
Northwestern State College 
Box 1348, N. S. C. 
Natchitoches, Louisiana 

107 and 108 

Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

Council for Stream Improvement 
271 Madison Avenue 
New York 16, New York 

109 

Seymour James Ryckman 
Professor, Sanitary Engineering 
University of Maine 
Orono, Maine 

,110 thru 113 

John C. Geyer 

Professor, Sanitary Engineering 
Johns Hopkins University 
Baltimore 18, Maryland 



114 



i; 



C. H. Hull 



S an > 

Sanitary Engineering 

Johns Hopkins University 
Baltimore 18, Maryland 



O f 



115 



12 



Edwin E. Pyatt 
Research Staff Assistant 
Johns Hopkins University 
Baltimore 18, Maryland 



m 



13' 



W. Feet 



Avenue 
New York 17, New York 

and_118 
Charles E. Renn 



13] 



Maryland 



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119 



Robert M. Brown 

Chief, Bureau of Environmental 

Hygiene 

Maryland Department of Health 
2411 North Charles Street 
Baltimore 18, Maryland 

120 

M. B. Ettinger 

Chief, Chemistry & Physics, 

WS & PC Program 
Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

121 thru 127 

Rolf Eliassen 

Professor, Sanitary Engineering 

Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 



128 



Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

Council for Stream Improvement 
271 Madison Avenue 
New York 16, New York 



129 



R. U, Byerrum 
Professor, Chemistry 
Michigan State University 
East Lansing, Michigan 

130 

Robert F, McCauley 
Associate Professor 
Michigan State University 
East Lansing, Michigan 

131 and 132 

Karl L. Schulze 
Assistant Professor, Civil 

Engineering 

Michigan State University 
East Lansing, Michigan 



133 and 134 

L. F. Oeming 

Chief Engineer, Water Resources 

Commission 
Lansing, Michigan 

135 and 136 

George H. Lauff 
Assistant Professor, Zoology 
University of Michigan 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



137 



Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

Council for Stream Improvement 
271 Madison Avenue 
New York 16, New York 



138 



J. A. B.orchardt 
Associate Professor 
University of Michigan 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



139 



Richard B. Hahn 
Professor, Chemistry 
Wayne State University 
Detroit 2, Michigan 



140 



Harvey G. Rogers 

Executive Engineer, State Water 

Pollution Control Commission 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 



141 



Howard K. Williford 
Professor, Civil Engineering 
Mississippi State University 
State College, Mississippi 



142 



L, W* Slanetz 
Professor, Bacteriology 
University of New Hampshire 
Durham, New Hampshire 



-66- 



143 thru 152 

H, Heukelekian 
Chairman, Department of 

Sanitation 
Rutgers University 
New Brunswick, New Jersey 



153 



H. H. Haskin 
Professor, Zoology 
Rutgers University 
New Brunswick, New Jersey 

154 

J. W. Clark 

Professor, Civil Engineering 

New Mexico A & M 

State College, New Mexico 

155 and 156 
Roy W, Peet 
Manager, Association of American 

Soap & Glycerine Producers 
295 Madison Avenue 
New York 17, New York 



157 



Richard Skalak 

Associate Professor, Civil 

Engineering 
Columbia University 
New York 27, New York 



Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

97?TL U f r Stream 
i/i Madison Avenue 

New York 16, New York 

>9 and 160 
Charles D. Gates 
Associate Professor, Civil 

Engineering 
Cornell University 
Ithaca, New York 



161 

Luigi Provasoli 
Staff Microbiologist 
Haskins Laboratory 
305 East 43rd Street 
New York 17, New York 

162 thru 165 
A. F. Dappert 
Executive Secretary, Water 

Pollution Control Board 
State Department of Health 
84 Holland Avenue 
Albany 8, New York 

166 and 167 

Brother Joseph McCabe 
Head, Civil Engineering 

Department 
Manhattan College 
New York 71, New York 

168 and 169 

A. F. Dappert 

Executive Secretary, Water 

Pollution Control Board 
State Department of Health 
84 Holland Avenue 
Albany 8, New York 

170 

William T. Ingrain 

Adjunct Professor, College of 

Engineering, Research Division 
New York University 
University Heights 
New York 53, New York 

171 and 172 

Gail p. Edwards 

Professor, Sanitary Chemistry 

New York University y 

University Heights 

New York 53, New York 



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173 



William E. Dobbins 

Professor, Sanitary Engineering 

New York University 

University Heights 

New York 53, New York 



174 



A. F. Dappert 

Executive Secretary, Water 

Pollution Control Board 
State Department of Health 
84 Holland Avenue 
Albany 8, New York 

175 

Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

Council for Stream Improvement 
271 Madison Avenue 
New York 16, New York 

1.7.6 and 177 

C. Smallwood, Jr. 
Professor, Civil Engineering 
North Carolina State College 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

.78 thru 183 

Daniel A. Okun 

Head, Department of Sanitary 

Engineering 

School of Public Health 
University of North Carolina 
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 



84 



C. S. Boruff 

Distillers Feed Research Council 
1232 Enquirer Building 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



85 



J. M. Pappenhagen 

Associate Professor, Chemistry 

Kenyon College 

Gambier, Ohio 



186 

Edward J, Cleary 

Executive Director, Ohio River 

Valley Water Sanitation 

Commission 
414 Walnut Street 
Cincinnati 2, Ohio 

187 and 188 

Kenneth W. Cosens 
Associate Professor, Civil 

Engineering 
Ohio State University 
Columbus 10, Ohio 

189 

T, W. Bendixen 
Soil Scientist 
Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

190 thru 192 

Edward Quentln Moulton 
Assistant Professor, Civil 

Engineering 
Ohio State University 
Columbus 10, Ohio 



193 



Chester I. Randies 

Associate Professor, Bacteriology 

Ohio State University 

Columbus 10, Ohio 



JD e LIU .LJt till 



Soil Scientist 

Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

195 thru 199 

M. B. Ettinger 

Chief, Chemistry & Physics, 

WS & PC Program 
Robert A, Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



-68- 



200 

Croswell Henderson 

Biologist 

Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

201 thru 206 
Paul w. Kabler 
Chief, Microbiology 
Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

07 

C. M. Palmer 

Biologist 

Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

>8 thru 211 
W. W. Towne 
Chief water Pollution Control 

WS & PC Program 
Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

I 

J < L. Witherow 
Assistant Sanitary Engineer 
Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

_thru 216 

Richard L. Woodward 

-hief, water Supply, 

WS & PC Program 
Robert A. Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



JLLZ 

Edward J. Cleary 
Executive Director, Ohio River 
Valley Water Sanitation 
Commission 
414 Walnut Street 
Cincinnati 2, Ohio 

218 thru 220 
J. D. Eye 

Associate Professor, Civil 

Engineering 

University of Cincinnati 
Cincinnati 21, Ohio 

221 

Robert E'. Martin 

Associate Professor, Chemistry 

Institute of Silicate Research 

University of Toledo 

Toledo, Ohio 

222 and 223 

G. F. Mathews, M.D. 
Commissioner of Health 
State Department of Health 
3400 North Eastern 
Oklahoma City 5, Oklahoma 

224 

Troy c. Dorris 

Assia tant Professor, Zoology 
Oklahoma State University 
Stillwater, Oklahoma 

225 and 226 
George Reid 
Director, Bureau of Water 

Resources 

University of Oklahoma 
Norman, Oklahoma 



2i 



227 



Clarence M. Tarzwell 
Chief, Aquatic Biology, 

WS & PC Program 
Robert A, Taft Sanitary 

Engineering Center 
4676 Columbia Parkway 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



-69- 



228 



Charles E. Warren 

Assistant Professor, Department 

of Fish & Game Management 
Oregon State College 
Corvallis, Oregon 



229 



Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

Council for Stream Improvement 
271 Madison Avenue 
New York 16, New York 



W. P. Breese 

Assistant Fishery Biologist 

Department of Fish & Game 

Management 
Oregon State College 
Corvallis, Oregon 

31 and 232 

Warren C. Westgarth 
Assistant Professor, Civil 

Engineering 
Oregon State College 
Corvallis, Oregon 

33 and 234 

Kenneth H. Spies 
Deputy State Sanitary Engineer 
Oregon Stnte Sanitary Authority 
1400 Southwest 5th Avenue 
Portland 1, Oregon 

?5 thru 237 



Ruth Patrick 
Curator of Limnology 
Academy of Natural Sciences 
Philadelphia 3, Pennsylvania 



Roy W. Feet 

Manager, Association of American 

Soap & Glycerine Producers 
295 Madison Avenue 
New York 17, New York 



239 and 240 

George W. Jenkins 

Director, Research Institute 

Lehigh University 

South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

241 and 242 

Richard D. Hoak 
Senior Fellow 
Mellon Institute 
Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania 

243 and 244 

John B. Nesbitt 

Assistant Professor, Civil 

Engineering 

Pennsylvania State University 
Room 3 Sackett 
University Park, Pennsylvania 



245 



Walter J. Shea 

Chief, Division of Sanifary 

Engineering 
Rhode Island Department of 

Health 

335 State Office Building 
Providence, Rhode Island 



246 



Ernest L. Shipe, Jr. 
Associate Laboratory Director, 

Division of Laboratories 
Tennessee Department of 

Public Health 
Nashville, Tennessee 

247 

Floyd F. Davidson 
Professor, Biology 
Baylor University 
Waco, Texas 

248 and 249 

J. K. G, Silvey 
Chairman, Division of Science 
North Texas State College 
Denton, Texas 



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:hru 252 

.rnest F. Gloyna 
eject Director 
iversity of Texas 
stin, Texas 



H. Connell 
ofessor, Sanitation 
partment of Preventive 
Medicine & Public Health 
iversity of Texas Medical Branch 
Lveston, Texas 



int K. Borg 

id, Civil Engineering 

Department 

Lversity of Utah 

.t Lake City, Utah 



liam F. Sigler 
d, Wildlife Department 
h State University 
an, Utah 



M. Bag ley 

istant Professor, Civil and 
irrigation Engineering 
ti State University 
an. Utah 



"on Potash 

Lstant Professor, Zoology 
'ersity of Vermont 
-ington, Vermont 



r , Thieme 

lissioner of Water Resources 
e Water Conservation Board 
pelier, Vermont 



259 



W. A. Parsons 

Associate Professor 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Blacksburg, Virginia 

260 

Harry W. Gehm 

Technical Advisor, National 

Council for Stream Improvement 
271 Madison Avenue 
New York 16, New York 

261 thru 263 

Gilbert H. Dunstan 
Professor, Sanitary Engineering 
Washington State University 
Pullman, Washington 



264 



Alfred T. Neale 

Supervising Pollution Control 

Engineer 
State Pollution Control 

Commission 

224 Old Capitol Building 
Olyrapia, Washington 



265 



W. T. Edmondson 
Professor, Zoology 
University of Washington 
Seattle 5, Washington 



266 



Walter C. Hess 

Professor, Biological Chemistry 

Georgetown University 

School of Medicine 

Washington 7, D.C. 



267 



Alex Sigal 

Pabst Brewing Company 
917 West Juneau Avenue 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



-71- 



Mr. R. D. Foster 

Red Dot Foods 

1435 E. Washington Avenue 

Madison, Wisconsin 

269 thru 273 

Averill J. Wiley 

Technical Director, Sulphite 

Pulp Manufacturers' Research 

League 

P. 0. Box 436 
Appleton, Wisconsin 

274 thru 279 
G. A. Rohlich 

Professor, Civil Engineering 
University of Wisconsin 
Madison, Wisconsin 

280 

T. F. Wlsniewski 
Director, Committee on 

Water Pollution 
State Office Building 
Madison 2, Wisconsin 



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