Resource Conservation and Resiliency

SERDP and ESTCP’s Resource Conservation and Resiliency program area supports the development of the science, technologies, and methods needed to sustainably manage DoD’s installation infrastructure.

Active Projects List
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A Terrestrial Environmental DNA Survey for Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle Surveillance and Mitigation

Project Information
Project ID: RC21-1137
Principal Investigator: Dr. Julie Lockwood, Rutgers University
SERDP Jan 2021

Next Generation Biosecurity Monitoring of Invasive Alien Arthropod Species

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Project ID: RC21-1034
Principal Investigator: Dr. George Roderick, The Regents of the University of California
SERDP Jan 2021

Useful Prediction of Climate Extreme Risk for Texas-Oklahoma at 4-6 Years

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Project ID: RC20-3056
Principal Investigator: Dr. Simon S.-Y. Wang, Utah State University
SERDP Jan 2021

Validation and Implementation of an Aquatic Invasive Species Biochip

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Project ID: RC21-5121
Principal Investigator: Dr. Taylor Wilcox, National Genomics Center for Wildlife and Fish Conservation
ESTCP Jan 2021

RNAi Development for Invasive Ant Eradication

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Project ID: RC21-1028
Principal Investigator: Prof. Neil Tsutsui, UC Berkeley
SERDP Jan 2021

Comparative Assessment of Total Water Levels for Coastal Military Facility Readiness and Resilience Using Numerical Models

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Project ID: RC21-5028
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jack Puleo, University of Delaware
ESTCP Jan 2021

Advancing Resilience Theory and Tools to Combat Environmental Surprise

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Project ID: RC21-1233
Principal Investigator: Dr. David Alderson, Naval Postgraduate School
SERDP Jan 2021

Remote, Near-Real-Time, Autonomous Acoustic Monitoring of Military Lands for At-Risk Species

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Project ID: RC21-5185
Principal Investigator: Mr. Patrick Wolff, ERDC-CERL
ESTCP Jan 2021

Predicting Impacts of Species Loss on Ecosystem Resilience: an Experimental Test of a Novel Theoretical Framework

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Project ID: RC20-1420
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jinelle Sperry, ERDC CERL
SERDP Jun 2020

Closing Gaps in Measurements and Understanding: Plume Characteristics, Live Fuel Moisture Dynamics, and Process-Based Modeling

Project Information
Project ID: RC20-1025
Principal Investigator: Dr. Russell Parsons, USDA Forest Service, RMRS Fire Sciences Laboratory
SERDP Jun 2020

An Improved Understanding of Fuel Dynamics, Fire Behavior and Regional Air Quality Impacts of Prescribed Burning at DoD Lands

Project Information
Project ID: RC20-1047
Principal Investigator: Dr. Mehmet Talat Odman, Georgia Institute of Technology
SERDP Jun 2020

Modeling Compound Threats to Interdependent Infrastructure Systems on Military Installations

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Project ID: RC20-1091
Principal Investigator: Dr. Daniel Eisenberg, Naval Postgraduate School
SERDP Jun 2020

Towards an Understanding of the Cumulative Effects of Multiple Stressors on Marine Mammals – an Interdisciplinary Working Group with Case Studies

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Project ID: RC20-1097
Principal Investigator: Dr. Peter Tyack, University of St Andrews
SERDP Jun 2020

Severe Impact Resilience: Assessment Framework for Adaptive Compound Threats

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Project ID: RC20-1138
Principal Investigator: Dr. Imes Chiu, USACE - CERL
SERDP Jun 2020

NICE: Networked Infrastructures under Compound Extremes

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Project ID: RC20-1183
Principal Investigator: Dr. Auroop Ganguly, Northeastern University
SERDP Jun 2020

Assessment of the Cumulative Effects of Multiple Stressors on Marine Mammals– Elephant Seals as a Model System

Project Information
Project ID: RC20-1284
Principal Investigator: Dr. Daniel Costa, The Regents of the Unversity of California, Santa Cruz
SERDP Jun 2020

The Role of Vorticity and Fuel Moisture on the Near-Field Plume Structure and Ember Dynamics

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Project ID: RC20-1298
Principal Investigator: Dr. Bryan Quaife, Florida State University
SERDP Jun 2020

The Effect of Fuel Characteristics and Fire Dynamics on Emissions, Dispersion, and Air Quality Impacts

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Project ID: RC20-1304
Principal Investigator: Dr. Brian Gullett, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development
SERDP Jun 2020

Object-Based Aggregation of Fuel Structures, Physics-Based Fire Behavior and Self-Organizing Smoke Plumes for Improved Fuel, Fire, and Smoke Management on Military Lands

Project Information
Project ID: RC20-1346
Principal Investigator: Dr. Andrew Hudak, USDA Forest Service
SERDP Jun 2020

Novel Sloping Wind Tunnel Experiments and Adaptive Mesh Simulations of Fine-Scale Combustion for Physics-Based Models of Wildland Fire

Project Information
Project ID: RC20-1382
Principal Investigator: Dr. Peter Hamlington, University of Colorado, Boulder
SERDP Jun 2020

FY 2020 New Start Project Selections

FY 2020 New Start Project Selections for the Environmental Solicitation – SERDP; ESTCP

Resource Conservation and Resilience Research Plan 2021-2025

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