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Contractor / Funded Organisation: Water Research Centre

Detailed below are science projects undertaken for, or managed on behalf of, Defra by the Contractor/Funded Organisation selected.

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AE0404: River quality & fishery status: effects of changes in land use & other environmental factors (COMPLETED 3/93)
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1990 To 1993, Cost £494,716
Field of Study:   Environmental Protection - Marine
Theme:   Scientific Support for the Water Act 1989 (Discharges to Water)
 
 
AN0693: Development of a methodology for the identification of bottled waters that have been treated with ozone
Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 1999, Cost £42,331
Theme:   Food authenticity and adulteration: RESEARCH
 
 
CB01007: Endocrine disruption in aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2004, Cost £3,250
Field of Study:   Chemicals and Nanotechnology
Theme:   Chemicals in the Environment (CB01)
Keywords:  
Chemicals, Endocrine Disruptors, Environmental Protection, Hazardous substances, Pollution, Toxic Substances, Water Pollution
 
 
CB01062: Review of the scientific basis for dealing with endocrine disrupting chemicals within the EC REACH regulations
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2005, Cost £24,750
Field of Study:   Chemicals and Nanotechnology
Theme:   Chemicals in the Environment (CB01)
Keywords:  
Chemicals, Endocrine Disruptors, Environmental Protection, Hazardous substances, Pollution, Toxic Substances
 
 
FS1318: Development of Chromatographic Techniques to Separate and Concentrate pathogenic Micro-organisms from Food
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1996 To 1997, Cost £68,080
Theme:   Separation and concentration of pathogenic microorganisms
 
 
ME2101: Endocrine Disruptions in Aquatic & Terrestrial Invertebrates (CDEP 84/5/317)
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2004, Cost £219,494
Field of Study:   Environmental Protection - Marine
Theme:   Assessment of inputs to sea: Hazardous Substances
Keywords:  
Endocrine Disruptors, Environmental Protection, Marine conservation, Monitoring, Nature conservation, Biotechnology
 
 
ME2102: An Evaluation of Approaches for Monitoring Emerging Priority Hazardous Substances (CDEP 84/5/313)
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2002 To 2004, Cost £82,260
Field of Study:   Environmental Protection - Marine
Theme:   Assessment of inputs to sea: Hazardous Substances
Keywords:  
Environmental Protection, Hazardous substances, Marine conservation, Marine Monitoring, Monitoring, Nature conservation, OSPAR, Priority Substances
 
 
ME4103: Continued Support for National Marine Chemistry Analytical Quality Control (NMCAQC) - Application of Data Filter (CDEP 84/5/282)
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2004, Cost £39,164
Field of Study:   Environmental Protection - Marine
Theme:   Monitoring & Assessment
Keywords:  
Environmental Protection, Hazardous substances, Analytical Chemistry, Analytical Quality Control, Marine conservation, Marine Monitoring, Monitoring, Nature conservation
 
 
ME4113: Application of National Marine Monitoring Programme (NMMP) Datafilter II (ME4103 cont.)
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2004 To 2007, Cost £32,972
Field of Study:   Environmental Protection - Marine
Theme:   Monitoring & Assessment
Keywords:  
Climate Change, Database, Marine conservation, Marine Monitoring, NMMP, Water, Water Demand, Water Quality, Water Resources
 
 
NT1849: Co-operative agreements in agriculture
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2001, Cost £149,709
Field of Study:   Fertilisers and Nitrate Pollution
Theme:   Whole systems studies
 
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