The Stroud Water Research Center, in Avondale, Pa., has measured water samples from New York City's upstate watershed for caffeine, a common contaminant that scientists often look for as a
For 40 years, Stroud Water Research Center has worked to discover ways to preserve, restore, and protect fresh water for the planet.
An account of three weeks in the Amazon headwaters, studying the Madre de Dios River and its tributaries under a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Stroud Center scientists will investigate the relationship between acid mine drainage and the ability of streams to process nitrogen and other nutrients.
Most of the carbon being outgassed as carbon dioxide from Amazonian rivers and wetlands has spent a mere five years sequestered in the plants and soils of the surrounding landscape.
Thanks to the generosity the “Friends of the Stroud Center,” we have met the Kresge Challenge to raise $1 million to endow equipment and instruments.