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Agricultural soil microbiomes differentiate in soil profiles with fertility source, tillage, and cover crops

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Bier, R.L., M. Daniels, D. Oviedo-Vargas, M. Peipoch, J.R. Price, E. Omondi, A. Smith, and J. Kan. 2024. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, early online access.

A group of scientist set up the canopy and water supply for a rainfall simulation experiment.

Make It Rain, Make It Rain

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Why do scientists simulate rainfall for stormwater sampling? Find out from Senior Research Scientist Melinda Daniels, Ph.D.

Participants in the “Science of Fresh Water” course visit the Stroud Center.

New Class Introduces Adult Learners to “Science of Fresh Water”

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Participants got a crash course on what watersheds are and how their streams and rivers work and support wildlife.

A map of southeastern Pennsylvania showing impacted streams and developed land use.

The Stream Restoration Puzzle

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A new Stroud Water Research Center presentation examines why investment projects often fail to meet water quality standards.

A close-up photo of lawn grass with a house and tree in the background.

Green Lawns Don’t Have to Lead to Green Water

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Learn how to care for your landscape and prevent potentially harmful algae from growing in the waters where you live.

Three scientists stand next to a rooftop rainwater monitoring station in Georgia.

Revolutionizing Environmental Data Collection

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Open source technology is helping federal agencies collect high-quality environmental data without the hassle and high costs of proprietary options.

A native plant garden and streamside forest planting at Overlook Park.

Healthy Streams Through an Ecosystem Lens

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Join us to discover the hallmarks of a healthy stream ecosystem and learn how our streams respond to a variety of land uses and pollutants.

Aerial view of a harmful algal bloom in Lake Erie: September 25, 2017

Algae, Algae, Everywhere

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Learn about the causes of harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie, why we need to be concerned, and what we should do to prevent exposure to bloom toxins.

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Riparian groundwater nitrogen (N) isotopes reveal human imprints of dams and road salt salinization

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Inamdar, S., M. Peipoch, M. Sena, B, Joshi, M.M. Rahman, J. Kan, E.K. Peck, A. Gold, T.L.E. Trammell, and P.M. Groffman. 2024. Geophysical Research Letters 51(5): e2023GL106888.