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Free Educator Workshop! Wild and Scenic Rivers in the Face of Climate Change.

[Virtual Educator Workshop] Wild and Scenic Rivers in the Face of Climate Change: An Immersion in White Clay Creek

800 451 Stroud Water Research Center

This workshop will focus on tools, resources, and ideas that pertain to climate change impacts and how to improve our choices around freshwater resources while focusing on a very special place on the planet, White Clay Creek watershed.

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After the storm: fate and leaching of particulate nitrogen (PN) in the fluvial network and the influence of watershed sources and moisture conditions

350 210 Stroud Water Research Center

Krieg, C., E. Johnson, E. Peck, J. Kan, and S. Inamdar. 2021. Water 13(22), 3182.

Mitigating Agricultural Pollution of Fresh Water and Combating Climate Change by Restoring Soil Health Through Conservation and Organic Agricultural Practices

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

Plowing, disking, synthetic fertilizers, and pesticides have damaged the health of agricultural soils, resulting in reduced rainfall infiltration and storage, increased stormwater and pollutant runoff, degraded streams, and contaminated groundwater.…

Restoring and Protecting Water Quality and Mitigating Flooding in Rural Landscapes

800 453 Stroud Water Research Center

Executive Director Dave Arscott, Ph.D., shared how Stroud Water Research Center is working to mitigate threats to water quality.

Cloeon dipterum, female imago (adult).

Oxygen Not Behind Threat To Mayflies When Temps Rise

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

When stream temperatures rise, often as a result of climate change or thermal pollution or a lack of tree shade, mayflies display poorer growth.

Photo of a farmyard after laneway installation.

[Webinar] Restoring and Protecting Water Quality and Mitigating Flooding in Rural Landscapes

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Learn how Stroud Water Research Center is working to mitigate threats to water quality through research, education, and watershed restoration.

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Mechanisms of organic matter export in estuaries with contrasting carbon sources

350 210 Stroud Water Research Center

Arellano, A. R., T. S. Bianchi, C. L. Osburn, E. J. D’Sa, N. D. Ward, D. Oviedo‐Vargas, I. D. Joshi et al. 2019. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124(10):3168–3188.

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Evaluating environmental change and behavioral decision-making for sustainability policy using an agent-based model: a case study for the Smoky Hill River Watershed, Kansas

350 210 Stroud Water Research Center

Granco, G., J.L. Heier, J. Stamm, J.S. Bergtold, M.D. Daniels, et.al. 2019. Science of The Total Environment 695:133769.

Mitigating the Effects of Extreme Rain Events

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Fluvial Geomorphologist Melinda Daniels, Ph.D., was interviewed by NBC10 Philadelphia about how climate change is impacting flooding in our region and our research to combat it.

Going to Extremes

1000 553 Stroud Water Research Center

The Stroud Center is engaged in research aimed at creating and testing new land-management practices to address issues raised by increased weather extremes.

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