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Pennsylvania Master Watershed Stewards

Meet the Master Watershed Stewards Who Are Saving Streams

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To help citizen scientists become better volunteer stream monitors, we’ve partnered with Penn State Extension’s Master Watershed Steward program.

New Entomologist Cuts Her Own Path

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A year spent backpacking on the West Coast ignited a passion for fresh water in Maria Scarborough, the newest addition to our Entomology Group.

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Agricultural policy and practice in the Chesapeake and Delaware Watersheds

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Ehrhart, M. and J. Jackson. 2018. Water Resources Impact 20(5):22-23.

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The good, the bad and the lethal: gene expression and metabolomics reveal physiological mechanisms underlying chronic thermal effects in mayfly larvae (Neocloeon triangulifer)

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Chou, H., W. Pathmasiri, J. Deese-Spruill, S.J. Sumner, D. Jima, D. Funk, J. Jackson, B. Sweeney, and D. Buchwalter. 2018. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6:27.

Stroud Science on NPR: Road Salt Boosts Safety But Threatens Fresh Water

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When StateImpact Pennsylvania wanted to understand how our addiction to road salt is impacting the environment, they came to Stroud Water Research Center.

Explore “Wonders of Water” With Us at Philly Flower Show

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Visit two exhibits featuring our research, education, and watershed restoration or hear us speak at the Water Summit!

Supporting Citizen Science Within the Delaware River Watershed Initiative Cluster Team

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The Stroud Center is working to expand and encourage higher-quality citizen-science monitoring and volunteer participation in the Delaware River Initiative cluster of streams.

Restoring Flood Attenuation and Ecological Resiliency in the Mid-Atlantic Piedmont

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For this project, scientists and watershed restoration professionals restore one headwater basin to reduce flooding downstream, improve water quality, and increase stream-ecosystem resilience so that it will once again support a breeding population of native brook trout and other coldwater fish.

Pathogen and Water-Quality Monitoring at White Clay Creek

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Scientists are monitoring water quality near and below dairy farms in the White Clay Creek and Red Clay Creek watersheds to measure the effectiveness of best management practices to reduce the amount of pathogens in the streams.