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The postdoctoral associate will lead an critical assessment and update of the National Park Service’s National Capital Region Inventory and Monitoring Network stream water monitoring scientific protocol.
Stroud Water Research Center is searching for a postdoctoral associate to study molecular microbial ecology in aquatic and terrestrial environments.
We need to embrace this moment of massive awareness as our window of opportunity to take genuine action and to work harder to advance human rights and equality for all.
Stroud Center science teams are collecting river DNA samples to understand where sediment pollution comes from and the best ways to fight it.
It’s not just one practice that can clean up a stream, but a lot of practices. And it’s not just one farmer; it takes every farmer along a stream to
The films began as the sun was setting and the lineup included short films and documentaries produced by independent filmmakers from all over the world.
Granco, G., M. Caldas, J. Bergtold, J.L. Heier Stamm, M. Mather, M. Sanderson, M. Daniels, A. Sheshukov, D. Haukos,and S. Ramsey. 2021. Journal of Environmental Management, early online access.
Timm, A., V. Ouellet, and M. Daniels. 2021. Water 13(19): 2732.
Marcum-Dietrich, N., S. Kerlin, A. Hendrix, N. Sorhagen, C. Staudt, and Z. Krauss. 2021. The Journal of Environmental Education 52(4).
Participants as far away as Alaska and Hawaii logged 149 hours on the water and raised more than $3,000 to support clean fresh water while enjoying their favorite body of
Two recent field days gave us an opportunity to present updates on research projects examining the connection between farming methods, healthy soils, and clean fresh water.
Students at the Migrant Education Summer Camp went on an online watershed expedition to learn about their local watersheds.