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Maritza: Unlocking the Secrets of Water in the Developing World

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“Our work at Maritza is critical to our mission. It has enabled us to understand global water and climate issues in ways we could not have done without it.”

UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2012

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The Moorhead Environmental Complex — Sharing Stroud Science Starts Here: The board of directors cut the ribbon on a new building for environmental education and public outreach that models sustainable practices for managing water.

J. Denis Newbold, Ph.D., at his desk

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2012

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A Seeker of the Truth: Denis Newbold, Ph.D., holds both strong political beliefs and an absolute commitment to scientific rigor, not an easy place to be when science is under fire.

The Water’s Edge: An Evening in Review

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Olivia Newton-John and John Easterling received the Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence for their commitment to rainforest conservation in the Amazon River basin.

UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2011

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Gone Fishin’ — Evaluating the Threat of Agricultural Contaminants in the Río Sierpe: Stroud Center scientists worked in Costa Rican watersheds to identify contaminants as well as contaminated species that threaten humans who consume them.

Gone Fishin’: Evaluating the Threat of Agricultural Contaminants in the Río Sierpe

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Stroud Center scientists sampled the Río Sierpe and Grande de Terraba watersheds to identify contaminants as well as contaminated species that threaten humans who consume them.

Model My Watershed® Reaches Students and Teachers

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The web app has a dynamic, videogame-like interface that lets students see how modifying land use in their own neighborhoods can affect water quality.

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.

Rivers Are Not Pipes

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Third article in a series about an international team of scientists following the transformation of river-borne carbon from the sources of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea to its sink.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2011

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Two weeks into their work in Papua New Guinea, Dr. Anthony Aufdenkampe and his colleagues had already surveyed more than 600 miles of remote jungle rivers.