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Macroinvertebrates

Macroinvertebrate Assessment of Environmental Conditions in Four Tributaries on the Red Clay Reservation

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Stroud Water Research Center scientists sampled stream macroinvertebrates (i.e., primarily insects, crayfish, and worms) and baseflow water chemistry to assess stream condition as a cumulative measure of the effects of…

Spatial and Temporal Variation in Water Quality Among Major Tributaries of the Schuylkill River

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This research, education, and outreach project continues efforts with local watershed groups to monitor macroinvertebrates in streams throughout the Schuylkill River Basin, which is located in the Northern Piedmont and…

Evaluating the Seasonal Effects of Short-Term Temperature Change on Macroinvertebrates and Fish in Streams and Rivers

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We are conducting laboratory studies to test criteria of existing legislation for protecting fish and macroinvertebrates from excessive temperature changes during a 24-hour period in both winter and summer. Funded…

Effects of Land Use on Water Quality of Streams and Rivers on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

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We used species composition and relative abundance of aquatic insect populations to measure water quality changes from deforestation, cattle farming and palm oil plantations in seven streams and rivers in…