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Research team receives environmental award for dredging project
Research team receives environmental award for dredging project
9/8/2017 7:18:00 AM
Hoover attends Invasive Species Summit
Hoover attends Invasive Species Summit
8/18/2017 8:13:00 AM
The Environmental Laboratory (EL) of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Mississippi, provides relevant, value-added technology supporting the environmental mission of the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Army, the Department of Defense, and the Nation. The core of EL’s research is focused in the areas of ecosystem science and technology and environmental resiliency. EL conducts cross-cutting research in environmental sensing, ecological modeling and forecasting, and risk and decision science. ERDCinfo@usace.army.mil
Environmental Laboratory
6/14/2017 12:21:00 PM
Jonathon A. Brame, Ph.D., is a research environmental engineer with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center's Environmental Laboratory. Brame's has degrees in both environmental engineering and physics. His post-graduate work at Rice University focused on nanotechnology applications for water treatment. Brame has developed a water treatment system for rural farmers in the Kingdom of Swaziland and is involved in nano-enabled photocatalytic water treatment projects.
Jonathan A. Brame, Ph.D.
5/17/2017 1:34:00 PM
Researchers prepare a boom with a hopper attachment that conveys/drops herder/igniter tubes into a basin at the Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, recently.
Researchers assist with oil herder/igniter testing for spill response
1/31/2017 9:09:00 AM
An oil “spill” is created in the basin of CRREL’s Geophysical Research Facility in preparation of testing recently.
Researchers assist with oil herder/igniter testing for spill response
1/31/2017 9:09:00 AM
The extendable boom with its attached hopper is positioned above the basin of CRREL’s Geophysical Research Facility in preparation for testing. Once testing begins, the hopper will move or convey the tube, which contains the herder, igniter, arming and timing circuit, flare and a nine-volt battery, dropping into the water where it will fully deploy herding the oil and igniting the burn with an 80-90 percent burn efficiency.
Researchers assist with oil herder/igniter testing for spill response
1/31/2017 9:09:00 AM
A successful deployment of the herder/igniter system will burn with an 80-90 percent burn efficiency.
Researchers assist with oil herder/igniter testing for spill response
1/31/2017 9:09:00 AM
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