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Partitioning inorganic carbon fluxes from paired O2 – CO2 gas measurements in a neotropical headwater stream, Costa Rica
Marzolf, N.S, G.E. Small, D. Oviedo-Vargas, C.N. Ganong, J.H. Duff, A. Ramírez, C.M. Pringle, D.P. Genereux, and M. Ardón. 2021. Biogeochemistry, early online access.
Expanding Environmental and Watershed Literacy Inquiry Practice With Geospatial Technology Tools
Expanding Environmental and Watershed Literacy Inquiry Practice With Geospatial Technology Tools
Using geospatial technologies to explore complex interdisciplinary phenomena is a highly effective method for both teachers and students to better understand connections within the natural world.
A woman carries tree shelters as she helps maintain a streamside forest buffer.
Doing Good Better: Refining Buffer Restoration Methods
The goal of improving the survival and growth of trees has persisted through decades of research. Yet, with every new advance, new questions arise.
Teachers learn how to use foldable microscopes at workshop.
Teachers Bring Home Lessons From the Amazon
Stroud Water Research Center and its partners are developing curricula that take the lessons the Amazon offers for how to live sustainably to schools and communities across the globe.
Research technicians weigh, identify, and record fish and amphibians sampled during a stream survey.
National Park Service Taps Stroud Center Team to Review Water Quality Data
“We are really leaning on Stroud to provide the aquatic ecology piece, to help us put data into context and advance our understanding of watershed health.”
Melissa Ho, Ph.D.
The 2021 Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence
The 2021 Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence will be presented to Melissa D. Ho, Ph.D., Senior Vice President for Fresh Water and Food at World Wildlife Fund.
Katie Billé working with a composite macroinvertebrate sample next to a stream.
What Do Yoga, Creek Swimming, and Mystery Author Agatha Christie Have in Common?
Katie Billé left the Stroud Center to pursue a graduate degree in aquatic ecology. With that goal completed, she has returned for a second go at her dream job.
Sunset over a farm field.
Your Land and Legacy: Resources for Agricultural Landowners
Learn how non-operating agricultural landowners can plan and coordinate better with farm operators to enhance soil health, soil and water conservation, and crop productivity.
Chukkas, Caddisflies, and Chapeaus Was a Success!
Chukkas, Caddisflies, and Chapeaus Was a Success!
Two years after planting 1,500 trees at the Brandywine Polo Club, the Stroud Center returned with guests to enjoy the sport of polo and a party at the pavilion.
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Draining the landscape: how do nitrogen concentrations in riparian groundwater and stream water change following milldam removal?
Lewis, E., S. Inamdar, A.J. Gold, K. Addy, T.L.E. Trammell, D. Merritts, M. Peipoch, P.M. Groffman, J. Hripto, M. Sherman, J. Kan, R. Walter, and E. Peck. 2021. Journal of
Four scientists collect simulated rainfall from soil in a cornfield in White Clay Creek watershed.
Saving Streams With Good Science
Building trust in the scientific process starts with communicating our research to non-scientists. To that end, our scientists share snapshots of three long-term experiments.
2021 entomology summer intern group photo.
Meet Our 2021 Summer Interns
Our summer internship program, now in its 49th year, has ushered through hundreds of interns seeking meaningful learning experiences.

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