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Stroud Center Takes Mayfly to Michigan

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Stroud Center staff took a road trip to Michigan to train citizens and volunteers to use lower-cost, do-it-yourself technologies to monitor water quality.

Students counting E. coli colonies in a water sample

The Independence School Students Learn Freshwater Science Through STEM Partnership

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“Our students have learned not only how to make contributions to a global community of researchers but have been empowered by sharing their own data with the world.”

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Stories From the Streams: Techno Geeks

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Citizen scientists are monitoring the health of local streams with the help of new technology. Episode 4 in the “Stories from the Streams” series from WHYY TV12.

A Digital Mayfly Swarm Is Emerging

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Low-cost, open-source data collectors and a suite of collaborative online tools are making big leaps in the field of watershed monitoring.

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A digital mayfly swarm is emerging

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Ensign, S., D. Arscott, S. Hicks, A. Aufdenkampe, T. Muenz, J. Jackson, and D. Bressler. 2019. Eos, 100.

Stroud Center Connects International Leaders with Freshwater Solutions

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Stroud Water Research Center rolled out the red carpet for water systems experts from 23 countries who gathered to learn how to best protect their home countries’ water resources.

UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2011

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The difference between the organic materials that enter and leave a river system tells us how the river affects greenhouse gases.