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  1. Urban Forestry Modeling and Prioritization Tools

    SBC: Azavea Inc.            Topic: 81

    The project team will test the feasibility of making cost-effective urban forestry modeling and prioritization functionality available through a web-based software solution. Azavea envisions a product that will enable urban forestry management personnel and their coordinating organizations to maximize positive impact on the urban landscape and calculate the quantitative financial and non-financial ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  2. Distributed Optical Fiber Sensor Cable for Air Quality (Air-Sense)

    SBC: INTELLIGENT OPTICAL SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: 84

    The management of air quality in animal and poultry livestock environments can be challenging, not only due to the required quantitative and qualitative monitoring, but also for determining the air ventilation rates associated with elevated contaminant concentrations at high emission peaks. Ammonia, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen sulfide are generally considered the limiting hazardous gas compounds ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  3. Low Cost Optical Ammonia Monitor

    SBC: Searchlight Sensors, Inc.            Topic: 84

    Ammonia is a toxic gas with a strong odor that is produced naturally in the biological degradation of organic matters and animal waste. Currently available ammonia sensors are either sensitive but too expensive or affordable but not able for an unattended, long term monitoring. Searchlight Sensors proposes to develop a low cost, small ammonia monitor with sufficient sensitivity and time response f ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  4. Isotope Ratiometer for Groundwater Analysis

    SBC: VISTA PHOTONICS, INC            Topic: 84

    Sufficient and safe water resources are the foundation of a society. With growing Earth population the protection of the limited resources becomes more challenging. Scientific assessment of groundwater vulnerability to depletion and pollution is required for optimized water-use and for intensification of crop production systems with the aim to achieve a sustainable agriculture. Isotope hydrology p ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  5. Soil profile water content sensing system based on TDR

    SBC: Acclima, Inc.            Topic: 84

    Devices resulting from this development will greatly enhance the development of food crops designed for effective water utilization and thus facilitate the genetic improvement in food yield per volume of water. Efficient use of water in agriculture can be facilitated through accurate root zone water content monitoring and control. Crop yields and crop quality can benefit through the prevention of ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  6. The Flex Pump- An Innovation in Solar Water Pumping

    SBC: LIUJIA USA LLC            Topic: 84

    There is a great need for low-cost, efficient, reliable solar water pumping systems for agriculture. Especially for small farm applications, solar water pumping is a potential solution for crop irrigation and livestock watering where it reduces labor and allows the use of otherwise unusable land. Our Phase I objective is to create a working pump prototype that is as close as possible to a final ma ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  7. Use of Direct Filtration on the Influent to Floating Bead Filters and Treatment of Waste Discharge with Coagulation Aids for Suspended Solid

    SBC: AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES, L.L.C.            Topic: 87

    As fish species with greater sensitivity to water quality are cultured in recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), it becomes vital to improve fine solids capture. Additionally, phosphorous levels in the discharge from RAS are often high (per EPA guidelines and regulations) and can lead to eutrophication of receiving waters. This project has the potential to improve PBF performance in both respect ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  8. The feasibility of developing a low cost, remote sensing technology to provide information critical to finfish hatchery operations

    SBC: AXAT            Topic: 87

    Since wild fish stocks began their drastic decline in the early 1990s, the aquaculture sector is the fastest growing food sector in the world. Production from U.S. marine aquaculture accounts for only 1.5 percent of the domestic seafood supply, leaving an enormous growth potential for the production of safe, high-quality seafood that is farmed under federal and state environmental standards. Howev ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  9. Novel method for improving algae harvesting

    SBC: Phycal LLC            Topic: 87

    Algae are one of the most, if not the most, productive biomass crops known and have a photosynthetic efficiency almost twice that of the most productive terrestrial crop, sugarcane. However, algae are not without disadvantages relative to terrestrial crops, and do require their own novel technical solutions. Characteristically, microalgae are aquatic, very small (1 to 10 micron diameter), very dil ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
  10. Larval nutrition strategies for improved tuna hatchery production

    SBC: Pacific Planktonics            Topic: 87

    Tuna are among the most highly valued fish worldwide. Due to this value and high demand, tuna are being fished beyond sustainable levels in many parts of the world. Replacing or supplementing wild catch with hatchery raised tuna makes sense, but this is technically difficult with current technology. Hatchery efforts since the 1970s have made progress in capture and spawning of tuna to provide eggs ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Agriculture
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