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Sharing Our Science: From Data Analysts to Fly Fishermen

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Charlie Dow talks about long-term datasets and Scott Ensign explains how fly fishermen can protect and restore the streams upon which their hobby depends.

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Secretive Mink Caught on Video in White Clay Creek

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This was an unusual sighting because American mink are most active at night and in the early morning hours. It’s also a good sign for White Clay Creek.

Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB): Trajectory for the Recovery of Stream Ecosystem Structure and Function During Reforestation

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Stream restoration in the United States is a multibillion-dollar industry. Yet long-term monitoring of its effectiveness is virtually nonexistent. Stroud Center scientists are studying restoration within White Clay Creek that…

Water Science Careers: Information Services

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Charles Dow, Ph.D., talks about his work as Director of Information Services at Stroud Water Research Center.

Characterizing Stream Connections and Physical, Chemical, Biological Influences on Downstream Navigable Waters

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Drs. Dow and Arscott provided scientific expert services for the U.S. Department of Justice in the matter of Foster et al. v. EPA et al., No. 2:12-cv-16744 (S.D.W.V.). The scope…

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Geochemistry and mixing drive the spatial distribution of free-living archaea and bacteria in Yellowstone Lake

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Kan, J., S. Clingenpeel, C.L. Dow, T.R. McDermott, R.E. Macur, W.P. Inskeep, and K.H. Nealson. 2016. Frontiers in Microbiology 7(210):1–13.

2015 Stroud Center Publications

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Stroud Center scientists have authored or co-authored more than two dozen scientific papers this year, exhibiting the range of our science from Yellowstone Lake to Costa Rica and from earthworm…

Dynamic hydrologic and biogeochemical processes drive microbially enhanced iron and sulfur cycling within the intertidal mixing zone of a beach aquifer

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McAllister, S.M., J.M. Barnett, J.W. Heiss, A.J. Findlay, D.J. MacDonald, C.L. Dow, G.W. Luther III, H.A. Michael, and C.S.Chan. 2015. Limnology and Oceanography 60:329–345.