Maryland Department of the Environment. Development of a full cost accounting framework for urban stormwater best management practices including spreadsheets to determine planning level unit cost estimates for implementing stormwater BMPs in MD counties.
Maryland Port Administration. Integrated economic and environmental analysis of environmentally beneficial dredge material placement options, including applications to protect and restore wetlands and create island habitats in the Chesapeake Bay.
Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro–ecology, Inc. Prepare and present economic analysis of county Watershed Implementation Plans (WIPs) at 5 regional workshops in Maryland.
U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Maritime Administration. Assess economic feasibility of converting MARAD ships and ships involved in maritime trade to use alternative fuels and establishing supply chains for providing alternative fuels to selected U.S. seaports.
Maryland Port Administration. Economics of ballast water treatment technologies for marine invasive species.
Mid-Atlantic Regional Coastal Ocean Observing System (MARCOOS). Assessing the value of physical ocean observations to users along several pathways involving fishing, fishery management, search and rescue, shipping, offshore energy, weather predictions, etc.
U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA. Managing economic component of the Chesapeake Inundation Prediction System (CIPS), a new NOAA storm-generated flooding prediction system for the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland Environmental Services. Environmental economic analysis of dredged material placement
options and GIS-based assessments of aesthetic and other localized impacts of placement alternatives.
NOAA, EA Engineering. Economic sections of Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) for gulf coast restoration projects related to the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
NOAA, EA Engineering. Economics Analysis of 2012 Atlantic Sturgeon Endangered Species Listings.