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Please note: project status is updated as part of our annual reporting process and thus lags behind the current year. E.g., projects shown as “active” in 2019 were active in 2018 and may or may not be active in 2019. Projects are listed in reverse chronological order and we are still in the process of adding older projects.

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Schuylkill Acts & Impacts

Schuylkill Acts & Impacts is a weeklong river trek for 12 high school students from across all counties that touch ...
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Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds (C-SAW)

Stroud Water Research Center educators, scientists, and restoration staff provided technical assistance to county conservation districts, municipal environmental advisory committees, ...
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Advancing Education Programs and Community Outreach With Oxford Area Audiences

Continued support enables Stroud™ Water Research Center to further expand education and outreach to the local Oxford community and schools ...
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Learning to See, Seeing to Learning

This project continued to enhance the Macroinvertebrates.org. site, in addition to creating aquatic macroinvertebrate identification resources for learners, teachers, and ...
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On-the-Water Education Programs

Stroud Center educators provided on-the-water canoeing watershed education experiences on local streams, lakes, and reservoirs for schools, Scouts, community groups, ...
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Stream Study Programs for Public Schools

Educators provided boots-in-the-water stream study programs for K–12 students, who learned about their impact on waterways and how they can ...
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Water Quality Mobile App Software Updates

The Water Quality App for mobile devices received updates to the macroinvertebrate digital field guide and pollution tolerance index and ...
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Leaf Pack Stream Ecology Kit and Network

This international program, which is bilingual in English and Spanish, engages students, teachers, families, and the public in water quality ...
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Independent K-12 Student Research Projects

The establishment of this fund is to make staff support available to assist K-12 students interested in conducting independent scientific ...
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Watershed Awareness Using Technology and Environmental Research for Sustainability (WATERS)

Educators developed and piloted a new national curriculum and extensive learning resources using universal design for learning (UDL) principles in ...
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Girls-in-STEM Education Programs Fund

This fund supports ongoing efforts to engage and empower future female leaders in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) during ...
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Quantify and Support Installation and Restoration of Best Management Practices (BMPs) at Schools to Contribute Directly to Bay Restoration Goals

Educators sampled school districts and conducted extensive research on sustainable school recognition programs across the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, with a ...
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West Chester Area School District Water Quality Education Center

Educators and restoration staff provided assistance for establishing three outdoor learning stations with interpretive signs, teacher professional development, watershed education ...
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Targeted Agricultural Best Management Practices and Forested Buffers for Chester County Focus Areas

This project implements agricultural best management practices (BMPs) and forested buffers on farms, which includes stormwater-runoff controls for barnyards and ...
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Targeted Agricultural Best Management Practices and Forested Buffers

In targeted portions of the Chesapeake Bay watershed in Lancaster and Chester counties, Pa., the project implements whole-farm systems of ...
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Stroud Water Research Center/Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Forested Buffer Partnership

This project restores 30 acres of forested buffer in the west branch of Red Clay Creek and includes care after ...
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Stroud Water Research Center/Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Buffer Collaborative

This project installs nearly 80 acres of forested buffers and demonstrates the income potential from buffers for fruits, nuts, and ...
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South Central Pennsylvania Conservation Partnerships

This project helps about two dozen farms in Lancaster and Chester counties to install nearly 200 agricultural best management practices, ...
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Soil Health and Stream Health for Red and White Clay Creeks

This project engages two farmers to implement more than 1,000 acres of cover crops, conduct trials of eight or more ...
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Forested Buffers for Farms in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

This project provides funding for five farms in Lancaster and Chester counties in Pennsylvania to install forested buffers and any ...
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Partnering for Accelerated Ag Best Management Practices in South Central Pennsylvania

This project supports Stroud Water Research Center’s continuing efforts on soil health, particularly for outreach and education on cover crops ...
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Outreach and Installation of Agricultural Best Management Practices in Brandywine-Christina

This project will install conservation practices on farms to improve watershed health. It will provide outreach, technical assistance, and financial ...
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Modeling Land Protection Impact Assessment for the Open Space Institute

This project uses Model My Watershed to estimate water quality benefits of forest land protection. The overall objectives of this ...
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Improving Success and Cutting Costs on Riparian Buffers

Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership contracts with the Stroud Center to test tree planting and maintenance-related materials ...
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Healthy Soils, Healthy Streams Training, and Technical Assistance

This project will conduct trainings on soil health and stream health for nearly 6,000 farmers, conservation professionals, and others. Pennsylvania ...
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Forest Buffer Tree Seedling Care Initiative

This project includes site visits to check the status of recently planted buffers, replanting of any mortality, and providing feedback ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative Rodale/Stroud Water Research Center Collaboration

This project will enable a collaboration with Rodale Institute to advance knowledge on soil health and impacts on water quality, ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative Phase II Work in Focus Areas

This funding supports the Stroud Center’s Robin L. Vannote Watershed Restoration Program to participate in the Delaware River Watershed Initiative’s ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative Citizen Science Phase II

This project will engage watershed residents to be active participants in efforts to document conditions across the focus areas of ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative Circuit Rider for Technical Assistance to Grantees

This project provides technical assistance to grantees of the William Penn Foundation and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to ...
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Agricultural Best Management Practices and Buffers for Middle Schuylkill Focus Area

This project will assist at least eight farmers to plan and implement at least 80 agricultural best management practices on ...
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Agricultural Best Management Practices and Forested Buffers for Lancaster Focus Areas

This project implements whole-farm conservation on all four farms in the catchment of a very small unnamed tributary to Pequea ...
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Agricultural Best Management Practices and Forested Buffers for Chester County Focus Areas

This project implements agricultural conservation practices on three Plain sect farms in the Honey Brook, Pa., area. Funded by: Pa ...
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Integration of Physiological, Life-History, and Macro-Ecological Approaches for Understanding Thermal Limitation in Aquatic Insects: Implications for Freshwater Biodiversity in a Warming World

In this project, we test the hypothesis that temperature limits the distributions of aquatic insects through its effect on resource ...
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Water Quality Modeling to Support Source Water and Aquatic Life Protection, Octoraro Creek, Pennsylvania and Maryland

This project supports water quality monitoring and development of a water quality model to guide an alternative restoration plan for ...
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Using Microbial Source Tracking to Identify Potential Bacterial Sources in White Clay Creek to Target Best Management Practices and Implementation Strategies

Scientists monitored fecal indicator bacteria in White Clay Creek during summer and identified potential bacterial contamination by molecular microbial source ...
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Stroud EnviroDIY Monitoring Stations in Red Clay Creek

The purpose of this project was to build and deploy two water monitoring sensor stations in tributaries of Red Clay ...
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Source Tracking and Spatial/Temporal Dynamics of Bacterial Contaminants in Red Clay Creek

Scientists monitored fecal indicator bacteria on a monthly basis at the east and west branches of the Red Clay Creek ...
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Restoration Project Impact Assessment in Support of Delaware River Watershed Initiative

This project quantifies the positive impact of one or several restoration projects associated with the Delaware River Watershed Initiative, namely ...
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Phytoplankton Dynamics at the Brandywine River

High-frequency temperature, oxygen, and chlorophyll sensors, canoe float trips, and nutrient monitoring are the tools being used to study how ...
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North American Macroinvertebrate Taxonomic Certification Program

This program coordinates and executes the taxonomic certification program for the Society for Freshwater Science, conducting family- and genus-level tests ...
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Monitoring Fish Populations and Stream Habitat Quality for the National Park Service

This project monitors biological conditions, water quality, habitat integrity, and fish at 37 sites in 10 national parks in the ...
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Molecular Ecology of Archaea in Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments

Less is known about Archaea than the other two domains of life on Earth (Bacteria and Eukarya), particularly the role ...
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Model My Watershed — Delaware River Basin

This project expands the Model My Watershed® application to the entire Delaware River Basin and supports restoration efforts funded by ...
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Mitigating Agricultural Pollution of Fresh Water and Combating Climate Change by Restoring Soil Health Through Conservation and Organic Agricultural Practices

Plowing, disking, synthetic fertilizers, and pesticides have damaged the health of agricultural soils, resulting in reduced rainfall infiltration and storage, ...
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Microbial Population Dynamics of Periphyton Biofilms in White Clay Creek

Using glass microscope slides as tiny gardens to grow microbial biofilms, this project explored differences in microorganisms between three reaches ...
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Macroinvertebrate Monitoring at Sites in White Clay Creek, Pa., Flint River, Ga., Susquehanna River, Pa., and Delaware River, Pa.

(Note: the project title changes from year to year depending on which rivers are monitored.) These projects use aquatic macroinvertebrates ...
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Low-head Milldams as Hotspots for Denitrification and Nitrogen Consumption: Hydrologic and Biogeochemical Controls

Dam removal, especially low-head milldams, have increased in recent years with the highest removal rate in the mid-Atlantic U.S. While ...
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Ecotoxicity Study for Mayflies Exposed to Elevated Concentrations of Chloride at Different Temperatures

Chloride concentrations in surface waters have been increasing over the last several decades at multiple locations throughout the United States ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative — Phase II Monitoring, Evaluation, Scientific Support, and Capacity Building for Watershed Protection and Restoration Projects

This project collects and interprets data on macroinvertebrate specimens from stream sites to provide a baseline for the evaluation of ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative — Phase II Monitoring, Evaluation, and Scientific Support for Protecting and Restoring Places of Ecological Significance (Brandywine-Christina, Middle Schuylkill, Schuylkill Highlands Clusters)

Professional and volunteer monitoring of chemistry, macroinvertebrates, and fish to support restoration and protection efforts represent an invaluable (and often ...
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Brandywine Stream Stewards: Community Action in Support of Healthy Waters

The Stream Stewards Program engages adults and youth from Wilmington, Del., to monitor water resources in the 1,100 acres of ...
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Assessment of Environmental Conditions in Streams of the Runnymede Sanctuary Based on Physical, Chemical, and Macroinvertebrate Monitoring

The 1,670-acre Runnymede Sanctuary was created to preserve the extensive natural, historic, and scenic resources harbored by the property and ...
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Assessment of Environmental Conditions in Bennett’s Run at Kendal-Crosslands Based on Physical, Chemical, Macroinvertebrate, and Fish Monitoring

Bennett’s Run is a small tributary to Brandywine Creek in southern Chester County, Pa., where a watershed conservation plan is ...
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Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB): Trajectory for the Recovery of Stream Ecosystem Structure and Function During Reforestation

Stream restoration in the United States is a multibillion-dollar industry. Yet long-term monitoring of its effectiveness is virtually nonexistent. Stroud ...
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Land Protection Impact Assessment in Support of Delaware River Watershed Initiative

This project evaluates the hypothesis that protection and/or maintenance of natural land maintains ecological stream quality by limiting, preventing, or ...
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Impact of Management of Practices on Winter Squash Yield and Post-Harvest Nutrient Density

By examining the bacteria, Archaea, and fungi living in soils, this project will provide insights on how farming practices and ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality – Fat Chance Farm

This project planted 675 trees and shelters on 2.01 acres of riparian land along an unnamed tributary of Doe Run ...
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Evaluating How Conventional, Conservation, and Organic Farming Management Practices Enhance Soil Health and Improve Water Quality

This project investigates how different agricultural management practices influence water quality and soil health. Using Rodale Institute’s 37-year-old Farming Systems ...
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Biological Nitrogen Removal in Sediment Plumes: A Critical but Missing Component of Watershed Models

Nutrient export from rivers is closely tied to sediment plumes that form during storms. By using experiments and methods to ...
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Back From the Past: Recovery of Nutrient Processes and Microbial Communities in Relict Hydric Soils Following Restoration

This research explores how microbes and biogeochemical processes in buried relict soils evolve after restoration and how these organisms and ...
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Pa. Environmental Literacy and Meaningful Watershed Education Experience (MWEE) Programming Capacity-Building

This statewide project improved environmental literacy and stewardship of K–12 students by building capacity across Pennsylvania for high-quality environmental education ...
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Virtual Learning Resources

In response to COVID-19 emergency learning conditions, educators created and delivered new and modified watershed education resources for use in ...
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Watershed STEM Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience (MWEE) After-School Programming

Educators engaged high-needs students from four 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) sites in Pa. through an eeBLUE grant program ...
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Scout Watershed STEM Education, Recreation, and Stewardship Programs and Educator Professional Development

Educators delivered a series of hands-on, minds-on events to engages Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts USA, and adult educators ...
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Scout Education Programs

Educators engage and empower K–12 youth from Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and Girl Scouts of the USA in environmental ...
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School Study on the Effects of Outdoor Learning

This school-case-study research project surveyed and interviewed middle school students and teachers to determine if and how outdoor learning experiences ...
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Pa. Healthy Learning Environments Advisory Council to the Pa. Department of Health’s COVID-19 Initiative

Educators provided feedback on technical plans, guidance, and resources to develop a cohesive system of professional development and classroom materials ...
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Lawrenceville School Partnership for Student Water Quality Monitoring of Shipetaukin Creek

Educators are partnering with The Lawrenceville School to create and implement opportunities for students to study water quality impacts onthe ...
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Lancaster Area Outdoor Learning Network Initiative

Educators planned and delivered teacher professional development in watershed education content and skills for Conestoga Valley, Ephrata, and Columbia school ...
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Expanding Environmental Literacy and Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience (MWEE) Implementation Capacity Across Pa.

This statewide project builds capacity for environmental literacy and stewardship of the Chesapeake Bay and other watersheds in Pennsylvania by ...
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Equity and Environmental Education (EE) in the Time of COVID-19 to Support EE Providers

Educators modified existing watershed education programming, created new programming, and piloted programming for virtual and in-person engagement during the coronavirus ...
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Capacity-Building for Girls-in-STEM Watershed Education

This project expanded meaningful and inclusive education in water-focused environmental science, technology, engineering, and math (E-STEM) for K–12 girls across ...
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Ag BMP Planning and Implementation for Berks County (DEP); Leveraging Ag BMPs and Forested Buffers for Middle Schuylkill Cluster (NFWF); Delivering the Berks-Chester RCPP (DEP)

This project operates the Farm Stewardship Program in Berks County, assisting farmers to implement whole-farm conservation while leveraging U.S. Department ...
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Pennsylvania Trout in the Classroom Program Support

The Stroud Water Research Center education department provided staffing and other supports to the PA Trout in the Classroom (PA ...
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Brandywine Watershed Discovery Day Camp

The Brandywine Watershed Discovery Day Camp, coordinated by the Coatesville Youth Initiative, is a youth leadership and environmental awareness program ...
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Evaluating the Effects of Watershed-Scale Agricultural Best Management Practices on Water Quality

In early 2020, stream bank fencing, forested buffers, and barnyard improvements were installed on Amish farms in Lancaster County, Pa ...
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Transforming Water Quality in the Sharitz Run Headwaters of Brandywine Creek

This Watershed Renaissance Initiative grant will enable Stroud Water Research Center to implement extensive watershed restoration projects designed to capture ...
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CNH: Coupled Climate, Cultivation, and Culture in the Great Plains: Understanding Water Supply and Water Quality in a Fragile Landscape

This collaborative project develops a model to predict the potential impact of climate variability, climate change, land use, and human ...
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SFS Leaf Pack Workshop

Stroud Center staff and members of the Society for Freshwater Science Education and Diversity Committee held a Leaf Pack workshop ...
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Pennsylvania Environmental Literacy and MWEE Programming Capacity Building

The goal of this statewide project is to improve environmental literacy and stewardship of K-12 students by building capacity of ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality – Dixon Property

This project involved an experimental planting of 600 trees and shelters on 1.8 acres of riparian land along Buck Run ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality – Fortunato Property

This project involved an experimental planting of 350 trees and shelters on one acre of riparian land along Brandywine Creek ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality – Elkins Property

This project involved an experimental planting of 1,050 trees and shelters on 2.5 acres of riparian land along Buck Run ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality – Irwin Property

This project involved an experimental planting of 1,150 trees and shelters on 3.8 acres of riparian land along Red Clay ...
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Water SCIENCE

Stroud Water Research Center’s education department is collaborating with the Concord Consortium on a project to introduce middle school students ...
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Stream School for New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

Stroud Water Research Center provides expertise in two sets of two-day stream ecology trainings for AmeriCorps New Jersey Watershed Ambassadors ...
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Restoring Flood Attenuation and Ecological Resiliency in the Mid-Atlantic Piedmont

For this project, scientists and watershed restoration professionals restore one headwater basin to reduce flooding downstream, improve water quality, and ...
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Parthenogenesis (Virgin Reproduction), Hybridization, and Life History Plasticity in Mayflies

Scientists are studying a number of mayfly species in White Clay Creek as well as in streams throughout eastern North ...
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Evaluating Potential Impacts on Groundwater of Passive Composting of Spent Mushroom Substrate According to Best Practices Guidelines

By installing monitoring wells for groundwater, soil-water samplers, and probes to measure the conductivity in soil and groundwater, researchers are ...
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Sediment Stabilization by Animals in Stream Ecosystems: Consequences for Erosion, Ecosystem Processes, and Biodiversity

Like underwater engineers, caddisflies and other net-spinning macroinvertebrates attach gravels to one another on the bottom of streams in a ...
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Improving Stream Water Quality and Reducing Runoff by Improving Farm Soil Health Through Permanent Cover Cropping

Scientists are studying how soil structure and soil ecosystem health improve farm fields over a three-year period after shifting from ...
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Thomas P. Bentley Muddy Boots Fund for Chester County Council, BSA Programs

The establishment of the Muddy Boots fund has made Stroud Water Research Center education programs free for youth in Chester ...
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Teaching Environmental Sustainability — Model My Watershed

Stroud Water Research Center educators and scientists continued to enhance the Model My Watershed application and refined the model curriculum ...
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Brandywine River Trek

The Coatesville Youth Initiative Brandywine Trek is a youth leadership and environmental awareness program that combines outdoor learning over five ...
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Greening STEM Technologies: A Model for Advancing Do-It- Yourself (DIY) Environmental Sensing Networks to Support Citizen Science and Primary and Secondary Education

Stroud Water Research Center education and technical staff created STEM technologies to enhance public capabilities in citizen science. Partnerships with ...
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Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail Contact Point, Program, and Training Initiative

As a partner in this cooperative agreement with the National Park Service and Sultana Education Foundation, Stroud Center educators continue ...
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Water-Quality Monitoring at Fair Hill Training Center

Scientists are monitoring fecal indicator bacteria, sediment, and water chemistry from the barns at the Fair Hill Training Center. Based ...
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Transforming Water Quality in the White Clay Creek Headwaters of Christina River Basin

This Watershed Renaissance Initiative grant will enable Stroud Water Research Center to implement extensive watershed restoration projects designed to capture ...
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Trajectories of Biofilm Succession and Recovery

The recovery of biological communities after disturbance has always been at the core of ecology as a discipline. While much ...
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Stroud EnviroDIY Mayfly Sensor Stations in Red Clay Creek

The purpose of this project was to build and deploy two water monitoring sensor stations in tributaries of Red Clay ...
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Significance of Streambank Legacy Sediments as Nutrient Sources and Their Implications for Aquatic Nutrient Cycling

The potential for streambank legacy sediments as nutrient sources for aquatic ecosystems has been understudied and is a critical gap ...
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Molecular Ecology of Archaea in Fresh Water and Estuaries

Compared to other microorganisms, we know very little about Archaea in our backyards. However, they may play important roles in ...
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Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB): River Ecosystem Responses to Floodplain Restoration

After 25 years of litigation, a massive ecological restoration is under way in the Upper Clark Fork River, Mont. Metal-laden ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality – Ranch at Doe Run

This project involved an experimental planting of 900 trees and shelters on 2.75 acres of riparian land along a headwater ...
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Evaluating How Conventional, Conservation, and Organic Farming Management Practices Enhance Soil Health and Improve Water Quality

This project investigates how different agricultural management practices influence water quality and soil health. Using Rodale Institute’s 37-year-old Farming Systems ...
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Large Runoff Flux and Transformation of Particulate Nitrogen (PN) Following Large, Intense Storms: A Critical but Unexplored Component of N Cycling in Watersheds

Particulate nitrogen (PN) in stormwater runoff can increase dramatically with large storms, thus constituting a significant component of nitrogen cycling ...
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Land Use Effects on Stream Thermal Regime

Stream temperatures are dramatically affected by land use in the watershed and riparian zone. In this project, we measure stream ...
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Integrated Data Management System for Critical Zone Observatories

The objective of the project is to develop a comprehensive, integrated data management system for the Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) ...
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Installation and Maintenance Services for Two Wireless Stream Monitoring Stations Measuring Conductivity, Temperature, Depth, and Turbidity for London Grove Township, Pa.

To determine the extent of changes in water quality that may be related to land use, Stroud Center staff installed ...
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Leveraging Farm Bill Funds for Water Quality in the Brandywine-Christina and Middle Schuylkill Clusters (NFWF); Delivering the Berks-Chester RCPP (DEP)

Stroud Water Research Center secured more than $1 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Regional Conservation Partnership ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative

Stroud Water Research Center is part of a groundbreaking, multi-year project to monitor, protect, and restore critical freshwater sources for ...
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Upland Country Day School Curriculum Development

Stroud Water Research Center educators worked with Upland Country Day School in 2009 to develop quantitative watershed activities and curricula ...
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Watershed Welcome Packet

“Welcome to Our Neighborhood, White Clay Creek Watershed” Packets were developed in partnership with the Education Subcommittee of the White ...
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Tree Plantings

A partnership with multiple organizations to plant re-establish streamside forests in southeastern Pennsylvania. We have worked with ERTHNXT (formerly the ...
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Summer Institute

How Best Management Practices Are Protecting Your Drinking Water Twenty educators participated in a week-long summer program of field experiences ...
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Stormwater Project: From Classroom to Creek

This was a program to educate middle school students about water issues in Chester, Ridley and Crum Creek watersheds. Stroud ...
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Mountaintop to Tap Trek

A Three-Week Trek Across the New York City Water Supply System In the summer of 2007, six students from New ...
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Media Borough Stormwater Brochure

Stroud Water Research Center educators worked with Media Borough to produce “Stormwater, Trees and Our Drinking Water.” The purpose of ...
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Stream Watch: Leaf Pack as a Monitoring Tool

A project to help community volunteers assess the water quality of the White Clay Creek watershed. In tandem with leaf ...
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From Scientific Research to Public Policy

This grant from the William Penn Foundation created a partnership to provide public officials and their constituents with the tools ...
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Educational Product Design

Stroud Water Research Center’s education department has developed numerous watershed education products that are marketed and available nationally. Products Available ...
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Chesapeake Bay Watershed Workshops

In 2006 the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration awarded us a two-year grant to work with teachers in Bradford and ...
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Andes Amazon Initiative

The Andes Amazon Initiative was funded by the Moore Foundation to offer workshops in Peru and Costa Rica, to those ...
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WikiWatershed

Web Tools Advancing Knowledge and Stewardship of Fresh Water WikiWatershed® is a web toolkit to support citizens, conservation practitioners, municipal ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality: Crum Creek

This project involved an experimental planting of 600 trees and shelters on 2.1 acres of riparian land along Crum Creek ...
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Stroud Water Research Center Streamside Classroom Project

This project enhances our streamside classroom along White Clay Creek at Stroud Water Research Center with the construction of three ...
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Collaborative Research: Introducing Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) Science to Students and Teachers

The Critical Zone encompasses the external or near-surface Earth extending from the top of the vegetation canopy down to and ...
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Supporting Citizen Science Within the Delaware River Watershed Initiative Cluster Team

Stroud Water Research Center is working to expand and encourage higher-quality citizen-science monitoring and volunteer participation in the Delaware River ...
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Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Thermal Refugia in Streams: Consequences for Brook and Brown Trout Interactions

All species of trout are highly sensitive to stream temperature. Native brook trout at the most sensitive, needing colder temperatures ...
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Scientific Software Integration (SSI): The Community-Driven BiG CZ Software System for Integration and Analysis of Bio and Geoscience Data in the Critical Zone

The goal of this project is to develop a web-based integration and visualization environment for joint analysis of cross-scale bio ...
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Pathogen and Water-Quality Monitoring at White Clay Creek

As part of a plan to meet new drinking water regulations, United Water Delaware (UWDE) applied best management practices at ...
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Ecotoxicity Study for Mayflies Exposed to Elevated Concentrations of Sulfate

Across the United States, sulfate concentrations tend to be elevated in areas where acid rain or coal mining is present ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative — Phase I Protecting and Restoring Places of Ecological Significance (Schuylkill Highlands Cluster)

This project monitored macroinvertebrates to establish a water-quality baseline at 10–16 selected sites associated with protection and restoration efforts for ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative — Phase I Protecting and Restoring Places of Ecological Significance (Brandywine-Christina and Middle Schuylkill Clusters

Professional and volunteer monitoring of chemistry, macroinvertebrates, and fish to support restoration and protection efforts represent an invaluable (and often ...
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Delaware River Watershed Initiative — Phase I Monitoring, Evaluation, Scientific Support, and Capacity Building for Watershed Protection and Restoration Projects — Entomological and Fish Collections

This project collected and interpreted data on macroinvertebrate specimens from 38 stream sites to provide a baseline for restoration projects ...
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Characterizing Stream Connections and Physical, Chemical, Biological Influences on Downstream Navigable Waters

Drs. Dow and Arscott provided scientific expert services for the U.S. Department of Justice in the matter of Foster et ...
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Physical, Chemical, and Biological Assessment of Streams and Rivers in Bhutan and Bangladesh

Scientists continue to evaluate the water quality of streams and rivers flowing through the major districts of Paro, Thimphu, and ...
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Threats and Opportunities in the Conservation of Native Pelagic Spawning Fishes in Kansas

This project documents how small dams have fragmented stream networks in the Central Great Plains region. Many fishes native to ...
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White Clay Creek Stream Watch Project

The White Clay Watershed Association’s (WCWA) Stream Watch Program was initiated by WCWA volunteers and Stroud Water Research Center, and ...
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The Peru Project

Funding for the Peru Project was provided by a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Stroud Water Research ...
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Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology: Costa Rica

Overview In 1989 Stroud™ Water Research Center helped establish the Maritza Biological Station in the Área de Conservación Guanacaste of ...
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Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology: White Clay Creek, Pennsylvania

Overview Stroud Water Research Center and its 800 ha, 3rd-order drainage basin was designated an Experimental Ecological Reserve in 1981 ...
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Schuylkill River Project

Looking for the macroinvertebrate photo gallery? Schuylkill Project Overview Download the Schuylkill River Project report summaryDownload the Schuylkill River Project ...
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Critical Zone Observatory

The University of Delaware, in collaboration with Stroud Water Research Center received a $4.3 million grant from the National Science ...
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Trout Grow on Trees

This project connects citizens to the idea that healthy forests make healthy streams and, thus, healthy trout populations. Funding supports ...
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Microbial Fuel Cell Project

This project is testing sediment microbial fuel cells (MFCs) as a source of clean, sustainable, environmentally friendly energy. The study ...
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Ag BMP Planning and Implementation for Chester County

This project operates the Farm Stewardship Program in Chester County, assisting farmers to implement whole-farm conservation while leveraging U.S. Department ...
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Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds (C-SAW)

Stroud Center educators and scientists provided technical assistance to county conservation districts, municipal environmental advisory committees,watershed associations, and citizen action ...
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Ag BMP Planning and Implementation for Berks County

This project operates the Farm Stewardship Program in Berks County, assisting farmers to implement whole-farm conservation while leveraging U.S. Department ...
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Leveraging Farm Bill Funds for Water Quality in the Brandywine-Christina and Middle Schuylkill Clusters

Funded by: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation This project provides outreach and technical assistance to farmers in Chester and Berks ...
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Delivering the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Regional Conservation Partnership Program in Lancaster County, Pa.

This project provides outreach and technical assistance to farmers to ensure full implementation of funds provided by U.S. Department of ...
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Whole-Farm Conservation Including Forested Buffers

Funded by: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation This project expands the Farm Stewardship Program in Lancaster and Franklin Counties — ...
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Comprehensive Agricultural Stewardship in Lancaster County

Funded by: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Stroud Center’s Farm Stewardship Program provides technical ...
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Demonstrating Low-Cost Methods for Reforestation

Four sites in New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland will demonstrate options for improving the cost-effectiveness of reforestation methods, including direct ...
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Ecotoxicity Study for Mayflies Exposed to Elevated Concentrations of Chloride

Chloride concentrations in surface waters have been increasing over the last several decades at multiple locations throughout the United States ...
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Metaecosystems and the Upstream Legacy: Influence of Dissolved Organic Matter on the Structure and Function of Streambed Bacterial Communities

Investigators explore how the quality of organic molecules changes with distance downstream and how those changes influence the composition of ...
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American Chestnut Foundation Leaf Feeding Study

In an effort to restore chestnut trees to watersheds, blight-resistant varieties of American Chestnut have been developed over the last ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality: Buck Run

This project involved an experimental planting of 900 trees and shelters on 2.2 acres of riparian land along Buck Run ...
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Experimental Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality: Buck Run

This project involved an experimental planting of 300 trees and shelters on 0.7 acres of riparian land along Buck Run ...
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Demonstrating Low-Cost Methods for Reforestation (Farm Stewardship Program)

Stroud Water Research Center’s Farm Stewardship Program provides technical and financial assistance to farmers and landowners to implement best management ...
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Scientific Expert Testimony for Department of Justice: Wetland Connectivity Related To Jurisdictional Determination in a Painesville, OH Wetland Complex. US v. Osborne, Sr. DJ#90-5-1-1-18628

Funded by: US Department of Justice Principal Investigators: David B. Arscott and William H. Eldridge Collaborator: John K. Jackson (2014) ...
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Searching for DNA in Water To Test for the Presence of Freshwater Mussels

Determining that a species is present in a stream has traditionally required collection surveys to visually observe one or more ...
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MRI: Acquisition of a High-Sensitivity Light Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometer for Critical Zone Studies

This grant supports the acquisition of a high-sensitivity stable isotope ratio mass spectrometer (IRMS) at Stroud Water Research Center, which ...
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Sediment Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs)

For this study, we set out to determine the feasibility of using microbes to generate clean energy on a large ...
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Collaborative CZO Research: The Role of Metals in Nitrogen Cycling of Soils and Streams

A collaboration with researchers at Princeton University will leverage the exceptional sensor and geochemistry data from our Critical Zone Observatory ...
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Earthworm Invasion: Investigating Changes in Soil Chemistry and Carbon Sequestration

Human activities over the last 100 years have introduced exotic earthworms into many pristine northern forests. These earthworm invasions are ...
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Consequences of Erosion and Deposition in the Fly River, Papua New Guinea, on Carbon Cycling and Climate Change

This research project on the Fly River in Papua New Guinea, one of the more dynamic sediment delivery systems in ...
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Comprehensive Aquatic Learning Project

This collaborative partnership with Tyler Arboretum initiates teacher training programs in watershed research and education. We engaged teachers in our ...
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Collaborative Research: Coupled Geochemical and Geobiological Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter Oxidation to Carbon

As microbes process dissolved organic matter from leaves that fall into streams, they release CO2 into the atmosphere. Scientists are ...
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Developing a Water Atlas for the ACOSA Region of Costa Rica

Stroud Water Research Center biologists are working with researchers and managers in the ACOSA region of southwest Costa Rica to ...
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Developing a Community Information Model and Supporting Software to Extend Interoperability of Sensor and Sample-Based Earth Observations

This EAR Geoinformatics Program grant supported a project to develop the Observations Data Model version 2 and related software to ...
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Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory (CRB-CZO): Quantifying Carbon Sequestration Resulting From Human-Induced Erosion

In collaboration with the University of Delaware, Stroud Center scientists established one of 10 Critical Zone Observatories in the U.S ...
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Planning phase — Protecting and Restoring Places of Ecological Significance (Brandywine-Christina and Middle Schuylkill Clusters)

Stroud Center scientists participated with several collaborators in the development of restoration and protection implementation plans for targeted watersheds in ...
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Monitoring, Evaluation, Scientific Support, and Capacity Building for Watershed Protection and Restoration Projects: Entomological Collections

The goal of this project is to collect and interpret entomological data from 35 stream sites. These sites represent an ...
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Earthcube Domain End-User Workshop: Engaging the Critical Zone Community to Bridge Long-Tail Science With Big Data

This workshop served two objectives: (1) to engage approximately 45 cyber-literate Critical Zone scientists in the EarthCube process and (2) ...
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Ecotoxicity Study for Mayflies Exposed to Ambient Stream Water From the Upper Delaware Basin and to Produced Water From Natural Gas Drilling

The production of natural gas from the Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania results in water that travels up through the well ...
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Comparative Lifecycle and Toxicity Testing of Multiple Mayfly Species Across a Gradient of Total Dissolved Solids, With Methods Development for Native Species in the Central Appalachian Coal Fields

Many water quality standards for pollutants in streams are based on laboratory toxicity tests that rely on macroinvertebrate species that ...
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Restoration of Streamside Forest for Improving Water Quality

Planting trees along the stream corridors is a best management practice for keeping pollutants out of streams and improving their ...
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Water Quality Assessment in California Using DNA Barcoding

This pilot study was designed to test how the use of a new technology called DNA barcoding can improve water ...
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Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB): Dynamics of Stream Ecosystem Responses Across Gradients of Reforestation and Changing Climate in a Tropical Dry Forest

Stroud Water Research Center has expanded on 20 years of research on tropical streams near the Maritza Biological Station in ...
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Stroud Seminar Series

Stroud Water Research Center educators and scientists presented their work through a series of lectures. These lectures covered topics such ...
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Critical Zone Geoscience Education

Stroud Water Research Center educators and scientists are teaching the principles and processes of the earth's critical zone to teachers, ...
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Model My Watershed

Stroud Water Research Center educators and scientists launched Model My Watershed, an innovative, three-year program to develop, test, and disseminate ...
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From Classroom to Creek

Stroud Water Research Center educators visited several elementary schools within the city of Newark to introduce them to the concepts ...
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Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality — Brandywine Creek

This project involved planting 400 trees along Craigs Mill Run (1.8 acres) and 600 trees along the East Branch of ...
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Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality — Red Clay Creek

This project involved an experimental planting of 500 trees on 1.5 acres of riparian land as a best management practice ...
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Streamside Forest Restoration to Improve Water Quality — Crum Creek

This project involved an experimental planting of 925 trees on 4.1 acres of riparian land for keeping pollutants out of ...
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Nutrient Management Plan Verification and Agricultural Recognition Program

Farmers and watershed managers don’t yet have the tools to track and verify actual (versus planned) agronomic, conservation and nutrient ...
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Water Quality Impacts of the Interoceanic Highway in the Eastern Andes Amazon Headwaters Region

This collaborative involved conducting a comprehensive assessment of water quality impacts for streams and rivers intersected by South America’s first ...
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Origin of Striped Bass Collected in the Delaware River for Toxics in Biota Monitoring

In 2012 the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) collected striped bass (Morone saxatilis) from the Delaware ...
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Azavea Summer of Maps

A summer intern with Azavea combined GIS data collected by Stroud Water Research Center scientists from above and below the ...
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Excluding Deer Using Low-Cost Exclosures To Improve Water Quality in the Brandywine Creek Watershed

Four large field experiments in both forested and deforested habitat were created to test the importance of fence height for ...
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Restoration of Upland Forest Using Experimental Fencing Systems To Protect Seedlings From Deer Browse

This project involved creating a four-acre experimental area for testing the efficacy of short fences (arranged strategically around seedling planting ...
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Evaluating Threats to Humans and Aquatic Ecosystems Posed by Agriculture Around the Río Sierpe, Costa Rica

Stroud Water Research Center biologists completed a project to better understand the threat of contaminants from agriculture entering the fish ...
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Fish Dispersal Across a Riparian Habitat Gradient

Stream fish appear largely immune from physical, chemical, and biological changes between meadow and forested habitats. A study in which ...
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The Snail the Dinosaurs Saw or an Introduced Species? Using Genetic Data to Untangle the History of a Snail That Is New to Pennsylvania

The snail Goniobasis proxima has never been observed north of the James River in Virginia until discovered by Stroud Water ...
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Testing a Proxy of Historical Nutrient Status Using Diatom-Bound Nitrogen Isotopes

Climate science relies on interpreting proxies of past environmental conditions in dated sediment and ice cores. Our study will develop ...
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The First Assessment of Congo River Organic Matter Chemistry and Reactivity

The Congo River is the second largest river in the world, but little is known about it because regional conflict ...
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Watershed education for Plain Sect Communities

In collaboration with Penn State Cooperative Extension and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Center and Extension educators taught students in four ...
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The Science of Water Through the World of Art

This program at Point Lookout Preserve gives students and teachers new ways of thinking about stream ecosystems and stewardship through ...
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Macroinvertebrate Assessment of Environmental Conditions in Four Tributaries on the Red Clay Reservation

Stroud Water Research Center scientists sampled stream macroinvertebrates (i.e., primarily insects, crayfish, and worms) and baseflow water chemistry to assess ...
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Marine Sediments Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs)

This project focuses on the molecular DNA characterization of microbial species colonizing the anodes and cathodes of microbial fuel cells ...
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Water Quality Monitoring in White Clay Creek Watershed, 1991-2008

Scientists combined data collected by the White Clay Creek Stream Watch Program (Pennsylvania and Delaware) and Stroud Water Research Center ...
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Algal and Macroinvertebrate Responses To Elevated Phosphorus Concentrations in Pennsylvania Streams

This project took advantage of the unique facilities of Stroud Water Research Center as a field station with first-rate laboratory ...
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Effects of Elevated and Fluctuating Temperature Regimes on Macroinvertebrate and Fish in Pennsylvania’s Warm Water Streams and Rivers

This laboratory project investigates macroinvertebrate and fish responses to artificial changes in water temperature. Thermal regimes are warmer than normal ...
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Dynamics of Organic Particles in River Ecosystems

Suspended organic particles are important to river food webs and in the transfer of organic carbon from land to ocean ...
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Hydrologic Regulation of Dissolved Organic Matter Biogeochemistry From Forests Through River Networks

This collaborative proposal will generate the mathematical models that simulate stream flow in White Clay Creek and the movement of ...
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The Application of Scaling Rules to Energy Flow in Stream Ecosystems

Scientists have grown young deciduous trees in an atmosphere enriched with the stable isotope of carbon so as to follow ...
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Watershed Citizenship Learning Community, Cabrini College

In collaboration with faculty from Cabrini College, Stroud Water Research Center educators developed and taught courses in watershed ecology and ...
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Integrating the Carbon and Water Cycles Within an Ecosystem Esthetic Approach to Landscapes

Stroud educators and scientists developed and implemented Your Livable Landscape: Cultivating an Ecosystem Esthetic, a collaborative education program that builds ...
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Expert Report on the Relationship Between Land Use and Stream Condition (as Measured by Water Chemistry and Aquatic Macroinvertebrates) In the Delaware River Basin

Stroud Water Research Center researchers were asked to provide evidence of the relationship between changes in land use and changes ...
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Development of an Educational Tool to Better Understand the Physical, Chemical, and Biological Connections Between Wetlands and Downstream Waters

The U.S. Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division contracted with Stroud Water Research Center for the creation of ...
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Review of Pennsylvania’s Proposed Water Quality Criteria for Chloride

Stroud Water Research Center researchers reviewed the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's proposed water quality criteria for chloride. The proposed ...
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Review of a Proposed Pipeline Construction Project in Pennsylvania

Stroud Water Research Center researchers reviewed a proposed pipeline project in central Pennsylvania and determined that natural gas exploration, extraction, ...
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Fish Inventories in the Christina River Basin

Stroud Water Research Center scientists conducted surveys of fish in small streams in the Bucktoe Preserve in the Red Clay ...
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Easter Island: Reconstructing the Failure of a Civilization

The collapse of the once thriving human population on Easter Island has been largely attributed to environmental degradation, but questions ...
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Spatial and Temporal Variation in Water Quality Among Major Tributaries of the Schuylkill River

This research, education, and outreach project continues efforts with local watershed groups to monitor macroinvertebrates in streams throughout the Schuylkill ...
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Abandoned Mine Drainage Remediation and Stream Function

This study was designed to determine the impact of abandoned mine drainage (AMD) on stream ecosystem functions, such as algal ...
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Leaf Pack Network® Goes to Costa Rica

This train-the-trainer Leaf Pack workshop consisted of employees and board members from Asociación de Amigos de la Naturaleza del Pacífico ...
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Leaf Pack Network® Goes to Peru

In partnership with the Amazon Center for Environmental Education and Research (ACEER) based out of West Chester University, Stroud Water ...
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Schuylkill Sojourn

Stroud Water Research Center provided the educational programming for Reading the River: The Science of the Schuylkill, for the 11th ...
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Macroinvertebrate Community Response To Invasive Algae in the Opuha River, New Zealand

Didymosphenia geminata, also known as “rock snot” and didymo, a freshwater, diatom algae is invading New Zealand and parts of ...
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Water Quality Analysis of Costa Rica’s Rio Sierpe and Its Tributaries

Stroud Water Research Center scientists conducted a planning expedition to the Rio Sierpe in Costa Rica to assess water and ...
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Monitoring Growth and Environmental Parameters in Algal Growth Systems

This study assessed whether algae could be grown in experimental ponds and harvested as a biofuel. Funded by: Philadelphia Renewable ...
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Physical, chemical, and biological connections between a headwater wetland complex and downstream waters, U.S. v. D. Donovan, No. 96-484

To assist with a legal decision regarding the jurisdictional determination of a wetland dredge and fill permit, Stroud Water Research ...
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Connecting the Hydrologic Cycle From Hillslopes to River Networks

This collaborative research will generate the first model that links the water and carbon cycles of river catchments by focusing ...
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Evaluating the Seasonal Effects of Short-Term Temperature Change on Macroinvertebrates and Fish in Streams and Rivers

We are conducting laboratory studies to test criteria of existing legislation for protecting fish and macroinvertebrates from excessive temperature changes ...
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The Importance of Streamside Reforestation for Reducing Nonpoint-Source Pollution in Small Streams

This ongoing project to track water quality improvements provided by a riparian forest buffer in the Stroud Preserve, Chester County, ...
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Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB): Stream Ecosystem Structure and Function in a Maturing Deciduous Forest

This project addresses long-term changes in a stream ecosystem in southeastern Pennsylvania to evaluate best management practices for riparian or ...
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Water Quality and Stream Health in Eastern Pennsylvania: 40 Years of Progress

This project compares the current state of 11 Bucks County, Pennsylvania streams with data collected from 1968-1971, before the Clean ...
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Nutrient Balances in an Estuarine Salt Marsh

The study seeks to determine whether nutrients from Kent County's wastewater treatment plant contribute significantly to the seasonal absence of ...
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Summer Institute: How Best Management Practices Are Protecting Your Drinking Water

Stroud Water Research Center educators conducted a week-long summer program of field experiences and hands-on activities designed to convey effective ...
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Using a Bioassay to Measure the Potential Of Polymer Solutions To Support Bacterial Growth

We inoculated test solutions of 15 different polymers used in water treatment with two species of bacteria known to grow ...
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Effects of Land Use on Water Quality of Streams and Rivers on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

We used species composition and relative abundance of aquatic insect populations to measure water quality changes from deforestation, cattle farming ...
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Biofilm Ecology in Philadelphia’s East Park Distribution System and the Efficacy of Control Strategies

Most microorganisms in nature grow attached to surfaces, encased in a protective matrix — or biofilm. Our research focuses on ...
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Watershed Citizenship Learning Community

In collaboration with Cabrini College, Stroud Center educators began development of Watershed Ecology and Watershed Citizenship curricula for non-science majors, ...
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The Rain Barrel Project

Working with teachers at three Media, Pennsylvania, schools, Stroud Water Research Center educators demonstrated to hundreds of secondary school students ...
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Leaf Pack Ambassadors

Stroud Water Research Center translated into Spanish the manuals for its popular Leaf Pack Experiment and Watershed Tour® and in ...
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Mountaintop to Tap Photography and Journal Exhibit

The Mountaintop to Tap exhibit, which records the three-week trek of a diverse group of high school students who traced ...
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Storm-Driven Carbon Burial in the Andean Amazon

This project explores the role of extreme flood events during La Niña in burying — and thus preventing from entering ...
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Particulate Organic Matter in Great River Ecosystems

This research, which is part of a larger, multi-institution project to assess the health of the nation's great rivers (the ...
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Watershed Curriculum Development for Middle Schools

Stroud Water Research Center educators worked with faculty at the Upland Country Day School in Pennsylvania to develop, implement and ...
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Schuylkill Learning Community

Members of Stroud Water Research Center's education department participated in the Schuylkill Learning Community, an association of William Penn Foundation ...
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Streamkeepers

In partnership with Hudson Basin River Watch and Riverkeeper, Stroud Water Research Center educators trained teachers in the New York ...
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Leaf Pack As a Water Quality Monitoring Tool

Stroud Water Research Center educators and entomologists joined together to test the effectiveness of leaf packs as easy-to-use monitoring devices ...
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Water Quality and Stream Health in Eastern Pennsylvania

Stroud Water Research Center educators, along with the Central Bucks School District, the Heritage Conservancy and the Peace Valley Nature ...
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Leaf Pack Network — Engaging and Linking Students in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

The goal of this project is to provide meaningful watershed experiences to underserved teachers and students in the Chesapeake Bay ...
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Schuylkill Buffer Strategies

This project combines sound science, public policy, and open dialogue in an effort to help municipalities in the Schuylkill River ...
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Stroud Preserve Reforested Riparian Buffer Project

Overview Project Years: 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Download ...
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The New York Project

Overview Download final report In 2000 Stroud Water Research Center was awarded a Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) grant funded ...