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How Much PFAS Is Too Much? PFAS Levels in Drinking Water

PFAS Explained

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Forever chemicals threaten drinking water and human health. Learn how scientists are investigating PFAS contamination in farming.

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Looking Back at Earth and Its Fresh Water From Space

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All-star community science volunteers visit Goddard Space Flight Center and learn what NASA satellite data reveals about threats to streams.

Stroud Center Collaborations Amplify Impact on Fresh Water

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Scientists, educators, and watershed restoration professionals are working together to create long-lasting and positive impacts on waterways.

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Facilitation strength across environmental and beneficiary trait gradients in stream communities

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Tumolo, B.B., L.K. Albertson, M.D. Daniels, W.F. Cross, L.L. Sklar. 2023. Journal of Animal Ecology, early online access.

Lawrenceville School Partnership for Student Water Quality Monitoring of Shipetaukin Creek

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Educators are partnering with The Lawrenceville School to create and implement opportunities for students to study water quality impacts on the school campus using EnviroDIY™ Monitoring Stations. Funded by: Fair…

Water Quality Modeling to Support Source Water and Aquatic Life Protection in Octoraro Creek Watershed

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This project supports water quality monitoring and development of a water quality model to guide an alternative restoration plan for the Octoraro Creek Watershed. The data, model, and plan will…

Using Microbial Source Tracking to Identify Potential Bacterial Sources in White Clay Creek

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Scientists monitored fecal indicator bacteria in White Clay Creek during summer and identified potential bacterial contamination by molecular microbial source tracking with the goal of targeting best management practices and…

Tidal Rivers Biofingerprinting Sediment: Resolving Sediment Connectivity Between Rivers and Estuaries by Tracking Particles With Their Microbial Genetic Signature

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Sediment flowing from rivers to estuaries is a double-edged sword: too much sediment can harm oyster beds but not enough sediment can starve tidal marshes. Measuring whether a river is…

Source Tracking and Spatial/Temporal Dynamics of Bacterial Contaminants in Red Clay Creek

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Scientists monitored fecal indicator bacteria on a monthly basis at the east and west branches of the Red Clay Creek watershed. Funded by: Starrett Foundation Principal Investigators 2021–2022: Jinjun Kan,…

Soil Microbes and Bean Nutrients in Organic and Conventional Systems

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Little is known regarding soil microbes and nutrition levels in vegetables under different farming practices. We are connecting soil microbial community structure, extracellular enzyme activity, and nutrient density in green/black…