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Graduate Research Leading to a Degree from University of Delaware

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Two graduate research assistantships related to legacy sediment and nutrient interactions in stream ecosystems are available starting fall 2020 or spring 2021.

A Watershed of Curiosity

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Not everyone has the opportunity to become a professional scientist, but a great scientist can come from anywhere. Anyone can be a part of science.

Mimicking Mother Nature to Protect Clean Water

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Stroud Center scientists are pioneering a scientifically valid way to simulate rain to study the links between farming practices and healthy streams.

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Widespread cryptic viral infections in lotic biofilms

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Payne, A.T., A.J. Davidson, J. Kan, M. Peipoch, R. Bier, and K. Williamson. 2019. Biofilm 2, 100016.

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Spatial heterogeneity in water velocity drives leaf litter dynamics in streams

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Bastias, E., M. Bolivar, M. Ribot, M. Peipoch, S.S.A. Thomas, F. Sabater, and E. Martí. 2019. Freshwater Biology, early online access.

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Niche partitioning of microbial communities in riverine floodplains

350 210 Stroud Water Research Center

Peipoch, M., S.R. Miller, T.R. Antao, and H.M. Valett. 2019. Science Reports 9, 16384.

ScoutReach Day Camp Empowers Young Stewards for Stronger Communities

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Nearly 70 male and female Cub Scouts ages 5-11 experienced hands-on, minds-on learning stations and Q&A sessions with real water science professionals.

Float and Flow in the Brandywine

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To measure how fast algae grow while they are floating downstream, Stroud Center scientists floated, along with the algae, for an afternoon in canoes.

Visiting Scientist Goes with the Flow

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Clara Mendoza-Lera’s research will investigate the burden that heavy storms and flooding, worsened by climate change, place on stream ecosystem health.