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White Clay Creek

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Beyond the light effect: how hydrologic and geomorphologic stream features control microbial distribution across pool sequences in a temperate headwater stream

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Ouellet V., M.D. Daniels, M. Peipoch, L. Zgleszewski, N. Watson, E. Gibson, S. Krause, and J. Kan. 2021. Ecohydrology, early online access.

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Achieving equilibrium as a semi-alluvial channel: anthropogenic, bedrock, and colluvial controls on the White Clay Creek, PA, USA

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Bodek, S., J.E. Pizzuto, K.E. McCarthy, and R.A. Affinito. 2021. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 126(10): e2020JF005920.

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Stable isotope and conservative tracer data used to estimate uptake of stream water dissolved organic carbon (DOC) through a whole-stream addition of a 13C-DOC tracer coupled with laboratory measurements of bioavailability of the tracer and stream water DOC using lability profiling with bioreactors

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Kaplan, L.A., J.D. Newbold, T.N. Wiegner, and M.H. Ostrom. 2019. Environmental Data Initiative.

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Storm events restructured bacterial community and their biogeochemical potentials

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Kan, J. 2018. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123(7):2257–2269.

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.

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.

Volunteers Protect White Clay Creek Headwaters By Planting 500 Trees

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Volunteers planted, staked and installed tree shelters on 500 trees. The work was completed within two hours — a new record for the Stroud Center.

Water Quality Monitoring in White Clay Creek Watershed, 1991-2008

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Scientists combined data collected by the White Clay Creek Stream Watch Program (Pennsylvania and Delaware) and Stroud Water Research Center to provide an assessment of current conditions across 18 locations…

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