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A digital mayfly swarm is emerging

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Ensign, S., D. Arscott, S. Hicks, A. Aufdenkampe, T. Muenz, J. Jackson, and D. Bressler. 2019. Eos, 100.

Video still from Episode 4 of the WHYY "Stories From the Streams" video series

Stories From the Streams: Techno Geeks

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Citizen scientists are monitoring the health of local streams with the help of new technology. Episode 4 in the “Stories from the Streams” series from WHYY TV12.

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FREE 2-Day Training in DIY Environmental Sensing Networks for Streams and Rivers

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Presented in Partnership With the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring at Dickinson College
Sponsored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency

A two-day training session on building and deploying do-it-yourself wireless stream sensor stations using the Mayfly Data Logger to collect real-time data.

Video still of Milton Hershey School students deploying a water-quality-monitoring sensor.

Computer Science Students Get Their Boots Wet

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As part of the Milton Hershey School’s Agriculture and Environmental Education pathway, the students are taking the computer science skills they learn in the classroom and applying them to real-world problems in the field.

Graphs showing conductivity trends in streams in winter and summer

EnviroDIY Sensors Track Road Salt Levels in Streams

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During thaws and rain events, road salt is carried into streams where it can have chronic and sometimes acute effects on biological communities.

Installation and Maintenance Services for Two Wireless Stream Monitoring Stations Measuring Conductivity, Temperature, Depth, and Turbidity for London Grove Township, Pa.

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Staff installed and maintained two real-time stations for monitoring water quality in a tributary of the East Branch of White Clay Creek to measure stream water level, temperature, specific conductivity, and turbidity in the creek.

Through a Scientist’s Lens: Training Citizens in Freshwater Stewardship

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Stroud Water Research Center is working with Delaware River Watershed Initiative partner organizations to grow their network of volunteers and enhance the quality and quantity of the data they collect.

Scientists Study How to Keep Pathogens Out of Drinking-Water Sources

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Stroud Center scientists are studying how well best management practices on farms protect drinking-water sources from pollution.

UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2011

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The difference between the organic materials that enter and leave a river system tells us how the river affects greenhouse gases.