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Float and Flow in the Brandywine

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To measure how fast algae grow while they are floating downstream, Stroud Center scientists floated, along with the algae, for an afternoon in canoes.

Mitigating the Effects of Extreme Rain Events

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Fluvial Geomorphologist Melinda Daniels, Ph.D., was interviewed by NBC10 Philadelphia about how climate change is impacting flooding in our region and our research to combat it.

Stories From the Streams: Back to Our Roots

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Did you know that planting trees along a stream can filter out pollutants and dramatically improve water quality? Episode 1 in the “Stories From the Streams” video series.

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Stories From the Streams: Saving Soil, Saving Streams

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Learn how farmers and scientists can work together to maintain the health of soil and streams. Episode 2 in the “Stories from the Streams” series from WHYY TV12.

Pnoto of WHYY TV filming David Funk in White Clay Creek

WHYY Airs Stories From the Streams

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The series shows how scientists, educators, and private citizens are working every day to maintain the quality of the water that sustains 15 million people.

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“Caught” at Maritza: Tapir Enjoying the Rain

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Rafa Morales Cueto, field station manager at Maritza Biological Station, filmed this tapir enjoying the rain while swimming in Río Tempisquito.

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Sharing Our Science at Rodale Institute’s Field Day

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Visitors learned the importance of integrating knowledge about farming practices and water quality and assessing the influence that farming decisions have on soils and streams.

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Research Reveals Caddisflies are Ecosystem Engineers

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Hydropsychid caddisflies spin silk mesh nets that they use to filter feed. These nets are important ecosystem engineering structures in flowing waters.

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Secretive Mink Caught on Video in White Clay Creek

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This was an unusual sighting because American mink are most active at night and in the early morning hours. It’s also a good sign for White Clay Creek.

Science Education Feature: Caddisflies

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Learn about the ecosystem benefits of net-spinning caddisflies, as well as how they interact with their environment, from Ben Tumolo, a visiting Ph.D. candidate from Montana State University. Caddisflies are…

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