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UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2005

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The rivers of South America’s Amazon basin are “breathing” far harder — cycling the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide more quickly — than anyone realized.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2005

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W. B. Dixon Stroud has left a remarkable impact on southern Chester County, his home for the past 50 years, and beyond.

UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2004

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A National Science Foundation grant for a study in the Amazon could help unravel the mystery of the missing carbon sink.

UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2003

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As the second stage of the New York Project begins, “nutrient spiraling” and “rates of production” are the talk of the water science community.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2003

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The United Nations has declared 2003 the International Year of Fresh Water to galvanize action on one of the world’s most urgent crises.

UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2002

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Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai is using the Leaf Pack Experiment Kit home to educate young Kenyans about the importance of streams.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2002

300 197 Stroud Water Research Center

Stroud scientists are studying how organic molecules support stream microorganisms and how far the molecules travel downstream before they are metabolized.

UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2001

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The Stroud Center’s federally funded study of riparian forest buffers in West and East Bradford townships in Chester County, turns 10 years old this year.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2001

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The Stroud Center has completed analysis and comparison of 16 paired woodland and meadow streams that strongly supports restoration of streamside forests.

UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2000

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Stroud Center scientists are racing to finish their first season of sampling the streams and reservoirs that give clean water to nine million New Yorkers.