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Los biólogos realizan experimentos para evaluar la salud de los arroyos del Perú

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El Centro Amazónico de Educación Ambiental e Investigación (ACEER) y el Centro de Investigación del Agua Stroud presentarán seminarios para el público.

UpStream Newsletter, December 2013

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Low Levels of Fracking Wastewater Highly Toxic to Mayflies: Stroud Center scientists find mayflies, whose presence indicates good water quality, are significantly affected by low levels of produced water.

UpStream Newsletter, October 2013

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Remembering Ruth Patrick: Ruth Patrick, Ph.D., a pioneer in environmental science and aquatic ecology and co-founder of the Stroud Center, died September 23, 2013 at 105 years old.

Leaf Pack Connects Students with Nature

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Stroud Water Research Center partners with National Wildlife Federation to provide classrooms with powerful stream and water testing tool

Using slimy leaves for stream water quality assessment: the leaf pack experiment

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Medved, C. 2013. Water Resources IMPACT, 15(4):17-20.

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Slimy leaves for clean streams: the leaf pack experiment

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Medved, C., B.W. Sweeney, J.G. Blaine. 2012. Pages 56–57 in Interpretive Sourcebook: 2012 NAI National Workshop, Hampton, Virginia.

UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2012

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The Moorhead Environmental Complex — Sharing Stroud Science Starts Here: The board of directors cut the ribbon on a new building for environmental education and public outreach that models sustainable practices for managing water.

UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2011

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Gone Fishin’ — Evaluating the Threat of Agricultural Contaminants in the Río Sierpe: Stroud Center scientists worked in Costa Rican watersheds to identify contaminants as well as contaminated species that threaten humans who consume them.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2011

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Two weeks into their work in Papua New Guinea, Dr. Anthony Aufdenkampe and his colleagues had already surveyed more than 600 miles of remote jungle rivers.

UpStream Newsletter, Winter 2011

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Stroud Center scientists think Papua New Guinea might be more important in terms of carbon and sediment discharge than the entire Amazon River.