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David Bressler and Jennie Matkov record stream data

David Bressler Connects Citizens to Science

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“I think science can be a little intimidating,” Bressler says. “Through citizen science, I hope we can make environmental science more accessible.”

Supporting Citizen Science Within the Delaware River Watershed Initiative Cluster Team

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Stroud Water Research Center is working to expand and encourage higher-quality citizen-science monitoring and volunteer participation in the Delaware River Initiative cluster of streams. One- and two-day traveling workshops focus…

David Bressler in a winter landscape.

David Bressler

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Community Science Facilitator

People being trained to identify aquatic macroinvertebrates.

Volunteers to Monitor Threats to Water for 15 Million People

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Stroud Center Receives $2.5 Million Grant to Boost Citizen-Science Water-Quality Monitoring in Delaware River Basin.

Maria Scarborough with U.S. Sens. Chris Coons and Sheldon Whitehouse at the Stroud Center table at a bioblitz.

Stroud Team Helps Discover Species Diversity in State and National Parks

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Stroud Center entomologists, interns, and educators joined citizen scientists and others for the National Park Service Centennial BioBlitz.

Bhutan Tiger’s Nest Monastery by Timothy Neesam

Pouring Water Quality into Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness Index

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“Holy cow, how do people get up to that place? I might need a helicopter to lower me down on a cable.” Bernard W. Sweeney, Ph.D., director of Stroud Water…

A stream cascade in Lofty Creek, Pennsylvania.

Education News, Fall 2014

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From New Jersey to Costa Rica to North Carolina and back home at the Stroud Center, our education staff was busy this fall!

Psephenidae (water penny beetles)

Citizen Scientists Track Tiny Critters to Determine Health of the Watershed

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Turns out eight-year-olds aren’t the only ones who love great piles of leaves. So do macroinvertebrates, the critters that indicate watershed health.

UpStream Newsletter, Winter 2009

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After almost three years at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in New Zealand, Dave Arscott will return to serve as the Stroud Center’s assistant director.