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Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB): Dynamics of Stream Ecosystem Responses Across Gradients of Reforestation and Changing Climate in a Tropical Dry Forest

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Stroud Water Research Center has expanded on 20 years of research on tropical streams near the Maritza Biological Station in northwest Costa Rica, which provides the framework of this study,…

Bern Sweeney standing in a newly planted riparian forest buffer.

How Many Trees Does It Take to Protect a Stream?

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A literature review by the Stroud Center concluded that forest buffers should be at least 30 meters, or nearly 100 feet, wide to adequately protect streams.

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A variable source area for groundwater evapotranspiration: impacts on modeling stream flow

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Tsang, Y.P., G. Hornberger, L.A. KaplanJ.D. Newbold, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2014. Hydrological Processes 28(4):2439–2450.

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Characteristic length scales and time‐averaged transport velocities of suspended sediment in the mid‐Atlantic Region, USA

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J. Pizzuto, E.R. Schenk, C.R. Hupp, A. Gellis, G. Noe, E. Williamson, D.L. Karwan, M. O’Neal, J.  Marquard, R. Aalto, and J.D. Newbold. 2014. Water Resources Research 50:790–805.

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Solute-specific scaling of inorganic nitrogen and phosphorus uptake in streams

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Hall, R.O., Jr., M.A. Baker, E.J. Rosi-Marshall, J.L. Tank, and J.D. Newbold. 2013. Biogeosciences 10:7323–7331.

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Ecosystem metabolism and nutrient uptake in Peruvian headwater streams

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Bott, T.L., and J.D. Newbold. 2013. International Review of Hydrobiology 98:117–131.

UpStream Newsletter, April 2013

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Building New Ideas on Old Foundations: “The River Continuum Concept” remains the most-often cited paper in its field. So, when Melinda Daniels, Ph.D., wrote “The River Discontinuum,” people noticed.

UpStream Newsletter, February 2013

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Meet Jen Mosher, Post-Doctoral Associate: As one of the Stroud Center’s post-doctoral researchers, exploring the outdoors is in Mosher’s job description, and she wouldn’t have it any other way.

UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2012

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Talking About Rafa –Maritza’s Manager In Words and Pictures: Rafa Morales was hired to collect macroinvertebrates at Maritza Biological Station in Costa Rica. A year later, he was in charge of the station itself.