2005-06 Mills Scholarship Recipients

The Texas Water Resources Institute awarded Mills Scholarships in 2005-06 to the Texas A&M University graduate students listed below.

Omar Amawi
Cotton Yield response to Deficit Irrigation Using LEPA in a Rotational System in the Texas High Plains
Application
Omar Amawi
Scott Beech
Design and field testing of a prototype on site membrane filtration unit
Application
Scott Beech
Elizabeth Bristow
Water supply systems
Application
Elizabeth Bristow
Larry R. Demich
Hydraulic impacts of submerged aquatic vegetation
Application
Larry R. Demich
Reagan Errera
Algal bloom (HAB) species Prymnesium parvum, a golden algae
Application
Reagan Errera
David Hansen
Contamination of groundwater has become and increasingly growing concern
Application
David Hansen
Charlotte Hieke
Using molecular methods to determine if specific bacteria know to “respire” present in Houston ship channel
Application
Charlotte Hieke
Stephen Lichlyter
Bahia Grande is a large former lagoon located within Laguna Atascosa Wildlife Refuge
Application
Stephen Lichlyter
Shelli Meyer
Vibrio vulnificus a waterborne pathogen
Application
Shelli Meyer
Joe Mikulas
Post-settlement lane snapper
Application
Joe Mikulas
Kimberly A. Roberts
Interactions between inorganic particles, organic colloids (or nanoparticles) and...
Application
Kimberly A. Roberts
Linda Roehrborn
Seasonal Analysis of Abiotic Factors in the Water Column and their impacts
Application
Linda Roehrborn
Danielle Rutka
Potential impacts of a proposed water diversion project on endangered whooping crane and San Antonio Guadalupe Estuary
Application
Danielle Rutka
Douglas Sassen
Aquifers that are sensitive to surface contamination
Application
Douglas Sassen
Aarin Teague
Investigate the fundamentals of bacterial transport in and over the soil profile
Application
Aarin Teague
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