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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
Tim Smith wearing a Stroud Center ball cap, with the Ho Rainforest in the background.

Timothy Smith

Data Analyst

News

Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory (CRB-CZO): Quantifying Carbon Sequestration Resulting From Human-Induced Erosion
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. and began to establish the sampling, sensor, and data infrastructures
Sharing Our Science: Summer 2014
Sharing Our Science: Summer 2014
Stroud Center Scientists Attend International Conferences; Leaf Pack Network Science Hits the Road; 24 Hours, 55 Volunteers, 807 Species; Walking the Walk at Spring Creek Farms Field Day; Cultivating the Next Generation of Scientists.
UpStream Newsletter, December 2013
UpStream Newsletter, December 2013
Low Levels of Fracking Wastewater Highly Toxic to Mayflies: Stroud Center scientists find mayflies, whose presence indicates good water quality, are significantly affected by low levels of produced water.
Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB): Stream Ecosystem Structure and Function in a Maturing Deciduous Forest
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 streamside lands and provide a time frame for ecosystem recovery
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2001
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2001
The Stroud Center’s federally funded study of riparian forest buffers in West and East Bradford townships in Chester County, turns 10 years old this year.
The New York Project
The New York Project
In 2000 Stroud Water Research Center was awarded a grant to conduct a six-year study to monitor and evaluate water quality and sources of pollution in the streams, rivers, and reservoirs that provide New York City’s drinking water.
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Publications

Uptake of nutrients and organic C in streams in New York City drinking-water-supply watersheds

Newbold, J.D., T.L. Bott, L.A. Kaplan, C.L. Dow, J.K. Jackson, A.K. Aufdenkampe, L.A. Martin, D.J. Van Horn, and A.A. Long. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):998–1017.

Molecular tracers of soot and sewage contamination in streams supplying New York City drinking water

Aufdenkampe, A.K., D.B. Arscott, C.L. Dow, and L.J. Standley. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):928–953.

Ecosystem metabolism in streams of the Catskill Mountains (Delaware and Hudson River watersheds) and Lower Hudson Valley

Bott, T.L., D.S. Montgomery, J.D. Newbold, D.B. Arscott, C.L. Dow, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J.K. Jackson, and L.A. Kaplan. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):1018–1044.

Landscape template of New York City’s drinking-water-supply watersheds

Arscott, D.B., C.L. Dow, and B.W. Sweeney. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):867–886.

Relating major ions and nutrients to watershed conditions across a mixed-use, water-supply watershed

Dow, C.L., D.B. Arscott, and J.D. Newbold. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):887–911.