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Research Funding (in reverse chronological order)

Source
Investigators(s)
Title
Duration
Total Award
Amount to Roden
25
NASA/Astrobiology
Johnson17, Roden, & 11 others Detection of the signatures and environments of life on Earth and other planetary bodies from their organic and mineralogical record 2007-2012 $5,000,000 $607,990

24
Wisconsin Groundwater Coordinating Council



Bahr17, Roden Influence of wetland hydrodynamics on transformations of nitrate and iron 2007-2009 $84,434  

23
Wisconsin Groundwater Coordinating Council
Gotkowitz21, Roden Mineral transformation and release of arsenic to solution under oxidizing conditions 2006-2007 $27,945 $27,945

22
South Florida Water Management District
Gilmour14 (PI),
Harris19,
Orem20,
Pollman19,
Schreiber22
Assessment of the impact of sulfur loading on mercury cycling in the Everglades 2006-2007 $180,000 $30,000

21
NSF Biogeosciences
Johnson17 (PI)
Beard17 (PI)
Roden
Mechanisms of Fe isotope fractionation during biological Fe(III) reduction 2005-2008 $330,000 $15,000

20
NSF Biogeosciences
Roden (PI), Xu17,
Picardal14
Schieber18
Collaborative Research: Adaptive response of microbial communities and Fe biomineralization pathways to anaerobic redox cycling of Fe and N in sediments 2005-2008 $500,000 $253,000

19
DOE/NABIR
Chandler 16(PI)
Roden
Integrated nucleic acid system for in-field monitoring of microbial community dynamics and metabolic activity 2004-2007 $1,302,596 $257,507

18
DOE/NABIR
Burgos10 (PI)
Dempsey10
Roden
Yeh11
Reaction-based reactive transport modeling of iron reduction and uranium immobilization at Area 2 of the NABIR Field Research Center 2004-2007 $1,350,000 $245,407

17
NSF Ecosystems
Gilmour14(PI)
Heyes15
Mason15
Roden
METALLICUS: A whole-watershed, stable isotope study of the mechanisms of net microbial methylmercury production 2004-2007 $781,000 $91,500

16
Florida Dept EnvirProtection
Gilmour14(PI)
Heyes15
Mason15
Roden
Aquatic cycling of mercury in the Everglades: linking Everglades restoration, land, and air management 2004-2007 $250,000 $49,881

15
NASA/Astrobiology
Banfield12
Roden & 13 others
BioMars: BIOspheres of Mars: Ancient and Recent Studies 2003-2008 $5,000,000 $488,000

14
DOE/NABIR
Scheibe8(PI)
Roden
Brooks13
Zachara8
In situ immobilization of uranium in structured porous media viabiomineralization a the fracture/matrix interface 2002-2005 $2,938,134 $452,135

13
NASA/Astrobiology
Banfield12(PI)
Roden & 3 others
BIOME - Biogeochemical Mars Environments 2001-2003 $630,000 $79,456

12
DOE/NABIR
Burgos10(PI)
Dempsey10
Roden

Yeh11
Iron reduction and radionuclide immobilization: kinetic,thermodynamic, and hydrologic controls & reaction-basedmodeling 2001-2004 $1,147,637 $265,282

11
DOE/EMSP
Roden (PI)
Urrutia
Barnett9
Lange9
Reductive immobilization of U(VI) in Fe(III) oxide-reducing subsurface sediments: analysis of coupled microbial-geochemical processes in experimental reactive transport systems 2001-2004 $716,109 $378,101

10
DOE/NABIR
Murray8 (PI)
Roden
Gorby8
Brockman8
Spatial heterogeneity of microbial iron reduction potential in subsurface sediments 1998-2001 $635,104 $201,175

9
UA/SOMED
Roden (PI) Experimental studies of microbial iron cycling: molecular biological tracking of bacterial populations in microscale chemical gradients 1998-1999 $20,000 $20,000

8
EPA/Water and Watersheds
Bonzongo6 (PI)
Roden
Lyons5
Ward1

Chaubey1
Bryan7
Social impact assessment of human exposure to mercury related to land use and physiochemical settings in the Mobile-Alabama River Basin 1998-2001 $804,534 $323,232

7
DOE/NABIR
Picardal4 (PI)
Roden
Urrutia
Donahoe5
 
Influence of microbial nitrate reduction on subsurface iron biogeochemistry and contaminant metal mobilization 1997-2000 $620,962 $259,491

6
DOE/EMSP
Ferris3 (PI) Microbial mineral transformations at the Fe(II)/Fe(III) interface for solid-phase capture of strontium and other metal/radionuclide contaminants   1997-2000 $502,293 $250,489

5
DOE/EMSP
Roden (PI)
Urrutia
Advanced experimental analysis of controls on microbial Fe(III) oxide reduction 1997-2000 $427,399 $427,399

4
NATO
Roden (PI)
Urrutia
Macias2
Microbial metal redox transformations in the Eume River (Northwest Spain) 1996 $8,840 $8,840

3
Battelle/PNNL
Roden (PI)
Urrutia1
Controls on the long-term extent of Fe(III) oxide reduction by dissimilatory Fe(III)-reducing bacteria 1995-1996 $85,795 $85,795

2
UA/SOMED
Roden (PI) Controls on phophorus and metal mobility in anaerobic freshwater wetland sediments 1994-1995 $18,400 $18,400

1
NSF/Ecosystems
Roden (PI)
Wetzel1
Regulation of methane flux from freshwater wetland sediments by competing anaerobic microbial processes   1994-1997 $196,661 $196,661

   Total =
 $17,435,464 $4,098,751

1 University of Alabama, Department of Biological Sciences
2 University of Santiago, Department of Soil Science, Santiago de Compostella, Spain
3 University of Toronto, Department of Geology, Toronto, Canada
4 Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs
5 University of Alabama, Department of Geology, Tuscaloosa, AL
6 University of Florida, Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences
7 University of Alabama, Department of Geography
8 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
9 Auburn University, Department of Civil Engineering
10 Pennsylvania State University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
11 University of Central Florida, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
12 University of California Berkeley, Department of Earth and Planetary Science
13 Oak Ridge National Laboratory
14 Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
15 University of Maryland, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory
16 Argonne National Laboratory
17 University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Geology and Geophysics
18 Indiana University, Department of Geological Sciences
19 Tetratech Associates
20 U.S. Geological Survey
21 Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey
22 Virginia Tech, Department of Geosciences


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