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1024 614 Stroud Water Research Center

The Information Services Group provides computing services; network administration; data management and analysis (including Geographic Information Services); and web design and development support for Stroud™ Water Research Center.

Information Services Staff

Heather Brooks

Heather Brooks

Web Developer
Charles Dow, Ph.D.

Charles Dow, Ph.D.

Director of Information Services, Research Scientist
Elizabeth Gregg

Elizabeth Gregg

Systems Administrator, Part-Time Environmental Educator
Timothy Smith

Timothy Smith

Data Analyst

News

Quantify and Support Best Management Practice Installation and Restoration at Schools to Contribute Directly to Bay Restoration Goals
Quantify and Support Best Management Practice Installation and Restoration at Schools to Contribute Directly to Bay Restoration Goals
Research includes interviews of sustainable school recognition programs and a sample of school across the Chesapeake Bay Watershed about implementation of best management practices (BMPs) on school properties and connections
Meet Our 2020 (Virtual) Interns!
Meet Our 2020 (Virtual) Interns!
The COVID-19 pandemic prevented us from bringing interns onto our campus this year but we are fortunate to have four interns working remotely.

Publications

Forest restoration on floodplains mantled with legacy sediments: removing sediments appears unnecessary for successful restoration

Sweeney, B.W., A. Dunbar, C.L. Dow, and M.D. Daniels. 2019. Restoration Ecology 27(6): 1220-1230.

Return on environment: the economic value of protected open space in Chester County, Pennsylvania

Bass, O., J. Bowers, P. Brown, C. Dow, et al. 2019. Report to the Chester County Planning Commission, West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Riparian and upland afforestation: improving success by excluding deer from small areas with low fencing

Sweeney, B.W., and C.L. Dow. 2019. Natural Areas Journal 39(1):90–107.

Geochemistry and mixing drive the spatial distribution of free-living archaea and bacteria in Yellowstone Lake

Kan, J., S. Clingenpeel, C.L. Dow, T.R. McDermott, R.E. Macur, W.P. Inskeep, and K.H. Nealson. 2016. Frontiers in Microbiology 7(210):1–13.

Dynamic hydrologic and biogeochemical processes drive microbially enhanced iron and sulfur cycling within the intertidal mixing zone of a beach aquifer

McAllister, S.M., J.M. Barnett, J.W. Heiss, A.J. Findlay, D.J. MacDonald, C.L. Dow, G.W. Luther III, H.A. Michael, and C.S.Chan. 2015. Limnology and Oceanography 60:329–345.
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