Uses of Algae Harvested from the ATS
From 2015 to 2018 Environmental Science and Technology undergraduate students have carried out senior capstone projects on several potential byproduct uses of algae that has been harvested from Chesapeake Bay ATS. The types of end-uses are limited because the ATS algal biomass harvested from Chesapeake Bay waters typically has a high inorganic ash content. However, given this constraint, these capstone projects constitute important preliminary research on the potential utility of the ATS algae.
|2015 Algal Concrete Capstone Paper|
|2015 Algal Digestion Capstone Paper|
|2016 Algal Vermiculture Capstone Paper|
|2017 Algal Fire Log Paper|
|2018 Algal Fertilizer Capstone Paper|