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Algal bloom in Brandywine Creek where it flows under a railroad bridge.

Who’s Polluting Our Water? Scientists’ New Way to Trace Algae Origins Could Tell Us

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Not all algae are harmful but too much can be deadly. Why? Because when they die, the blooms feed bacteria that rob the water of oxygen. 

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Deciphering the origin of riverine phytoplankton using in situ chlorophyll sensors

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Peipoch, M., and S. Ensign. 2022. Limnology and Oceanography LettersPeipoch, M., and S. Ensign. 2022. Limnology and Oceanography Letters 7(2): 159-166.

A motor boat on the Choptank River, with its wake and a bridge in the distance.

Sediment Sleuthing: Microbe DNA May Be Key to Restoring an Estuary Near You

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Stroud Center science teams are collecting river DNA samples to understand where sediment pollution comes from and the best ways to fight it.

Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds (C-SAW)

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Stroud Water Research Center educators, scientists, and restoration staff provided technical assistance to county conservation districts, municipal environmental advisory committees, watershed associations, and citizen action groups as part of a…

Quantify and Support Installation and Restoration of Best Management Practices (BMPs) at Schools to Contribute Directly to Bay Restoration Goals

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Educators sampled school districts and conducted extensive research on sustainable school recognition programs across the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, with a focus on connections between teaching/learning and the implementation of BMPs…

Phytoplankton Dynamics at the Brandywine River

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High-frequency temperature, oxygen, and chlorophyll sensors, canoe float trips, and nutrient monitoring are the tools being used to study how much and how fast algae grow while they travel down…

Monitoring Fish Populations and Stream Habitat Quality for the National Park Service

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This project monitors biological conditions, water quality, habitat integrity, and fish at 37 sites in 10 national parks in the National Capital Region Network around Washington, D.C. The findings of…

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Ecosystem-based management for military training, biodiversity, carbon storage, and climate resiliency on a complex coastal land/water-scape

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Christensen, N.L., P.A. Cunningham, K. Matthews, I.C. Anderson, M.J. Brush, S. Cohen, C.A. Currin, S. Ensign et al. 2020. Journal of Environmental Management 280: 111755.

A modeling scenario forecasting Delaware River Basin stream health at the end of the 21st century.

Peering at the Future of Stream Water Quality Through a (Very Hazy) Crystal Ball

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The crystal ball we’re using is a web app that models how water, sediment, nitrogen, and phosphorus move across and underneath the earth’s surface.

To Fish or Not to Fish: Using Real-Time Data to Protect Trout Populations

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Fishing guides in Michigan are using real-time data from an EnviroDIY monitoring station to remotely make appropriate decisions on where and when to fish.