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Stroud Water Research Center Responds to the Sackett v. EPA Supreme Court Decision
The ruling has restricted the EPA’s jurisdiction over wetlands, and with that, its ability to protect them in accordance with the Clean Water Act.
Celebrate Living Schoolyards Month
You can celebrate by bringing your students and lessons outdoors. If your school doesn’t have an outdoor learning space, you can create one!
Spatial scale impacts microbial community composition and distribution within and across stream ecosystems in North and Central America
Bier, R.L., J.J. Mosher, L.A. Kaplan, and J. Kan. 2023. Environmental Microbiology, early online access.
Bringing Eastern Brook Trout Back to Red Clay Creek
In Pennsylvania, property owners and farmers are transforming their lands to restore a stream’s health and its native fish.
Sharing Our Science at the National Monitoring Conference
Along with networking and learning state-of-the-art water quality monitoring techniques, we presented our research to hundreds of water quality specialists.
High School Student’s Research Shows Salt Pollution of Fresh Water Has Tripled in 20 Years
Elisabeth Ruschmann monitored water quality in her community and made an “alarming” discovery. Now she’s focused on sustainable solutions.
Costa Rica Close-Up
Take a virtual trip to Maritza Biological Station, which houses one of the world's longest continuously running data collections from tropical freshwater ecosystems.
Scientists for a Day
Students visiting the Stroud Center gather data to help answer a guiding question: “How healthy is the East Branch of White Clay Creek?”
Bern Sweeney of the Stroud Center Named Society for Freshwater Science Fellow
Under his leadership, the Stroud Center became the only independent nonprofit, nonadvocacy research institution focused solely on the study of freshwater ecosystems.
Volunteers Plant 600 Trees for Healthy Streams
The trees were planted along a tributary of Brandywine Creek in Birmingham Township, Pennsylvania, in a project funded by American Water.
Hydrologic implications of projected changes in rain-on-snow melt for Great Lakes Basin watersheds
Myers, D.T., D.L. Ficklin, and S.M. Robeson. 2023. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 27(9): 1755–1770.
Tropical Research Reveals Climate Change Impacts on Water Quality
Stroud Center scientists continue to investigate how climate change influences tropical species and ecosystem dynamics.