Comparing toxic emissions of shale gas and coal for electricity
Fifteen faculty project teams were awarded support through a water research capacity building initiative from the University of Michigan Water Center. Each team received up to $20,000 to enhance water research capabilities on campus. Faculty teams represent eight U-M academic units. A key objective of this initiative was to support activities that will enhance U-M’s competitiveness in response to major calls for water research proposals.
University of Michigan - Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute
Urban Systems and Built Environment