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Mechanisms of organic matter export in estuaries with contrasting carbon sources

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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, early online access.

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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

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Granco, G., J.L. Heier, J. Stamm, J.S. Bergtold, M.D.Daniels, et.al. 2019. Science of The Total Environment, early online access.

Mitigating the Effects of Extreme Rain Events

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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

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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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Understanding freshwater resource problems

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Daniels, M., M. Caldas, J.H. Stamm, M. Sanderson, J. Bergtold, G. Granco, M. Mather, J. Alstrup, and D. Haukos. 2019. Open Access Government 2:320–321.

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Getting Slimed: Scientists Investigate Biofilms in Streams Amidst Climate Change

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Slippery, shiny, and available in varying shades of green, slime is the latest research interest of two Stroud Water Research Center scientists.

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Projected climate change impacts on hydrologic flow regimes in the Great Plains of Kansas

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Chatterjee, S., M.D. Daniels, A.Y. Sheshukov, and J. Gao. 2018. River Research and Applications 34(3):195–206.

Large Runoff Flux and Transformation of Particulate Nitrogen (PN) Following Large, Intense Storms: A Critical but Unexplored Component of N Cycling in Watersheds

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The goal of this project is to produce a comprehensive model for PN fate and transport in watersheds, especially in agroecosystems subject to climate variability.

Your Livable Landscape: Cultivating an Ecosystem Esthetic

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An educational project showing how a shift to an ecosystem esthetic can reduce the carbon footprint of a landowner’s landscape while its maintaining beauty.

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