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Biological Nitrogen Removal in Sediment Plumes: A Critical but Missing Component of Watershed Models

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Nutrient export from rivers is closely tied to sediment plumes that form during storms. By using experiments and methods to peer inside these sediment plumes, this project will discover how…

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Mill dams impact microbiome structure and depth distribution in riparian sediments

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Kan, J., E.K. Peck, L. Zgleszewski, M. Peipoch, and S. Inamdar. 2023. Frontiers in Microbiology 14: 1161043.

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Sharing Our Science at the National Monitoring Conference

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Along with networking and learning state-of-the-art water quality monitoring techniques, we presented our research to hundreds of water quality specialists.

David Arscott and Rafa Morales stand in a stream in Costa Rica.

Tropical Research Reveals Climate Change Impacts on Water Quality

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Stroud Center scientists continue to investigate how climate change influences tropical species and ecosystem dynamics.

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Influence of relict milldams on riparian sediment biogeochemistry

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Peck, E.K., S.P. Inamdar, M. Peipoch, and A.J. Gold. 2023. Journal of Soils and Sediments 23: 2584–2599..

Closterium algae magnified 20x under a microscope.

A Fresh Look at River Algae in the Delaware River Basin

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A novel method to evaluate how algal concentration changes during river floods may be key to more accurately predicting how to keep algae under control. 

A crew of four men work on a newly planted riparian buffer.

Cutting Waste in the Reforestation of Riparian Zones

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New research on buffer plantings seeks to reduce plastic waste, maintenance costs, and the mortality of planted trees and shrubs.

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Saturated, suffocated, and salty: human legacies produce hot spots of nitrogen in riparian zones

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Inamdar, S.P., E.K. Peck, M. Peipoch, A.J. Gold, et.al. 2022. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127 (12): e2022JG007138.

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Stream nitrogen uptake associated with suspended sediments: a microcosm study

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Bacmeister, E., E. Peck, S. Bernasconi, S. Inamdar, J. Kan, and M. Peipoch. 2022. Frontiers in Environmental Science 10: 1043638.

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Nitrogen sinks or sources? Denitrification and nitrogen removal potential in riparian legacy sediment terraces affected by milldams

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Peck, E.K., S. Inamdar, M. Sherman, J. Hripto, M. Peipoch, A.J. Gold, and K. Addy. 2022. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127(10): e2022JG007004.