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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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We’ve Missed This! Stroud Center Resumes Fish Monitoring

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It feels like a breath of fresh air for our research staff to resume our fish monitoring project in 37 streams of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

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Distinct distribution of Archaea from soil to freshwater to estuary: implications of archaeal composition and function in different environments

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Wang, H., R.L. Bier, L. Zgleszewski, M. Peipoch, E. Omondi, A. Mukherjee, F. Chen, C. Zhang, and J. Kan. 2020. Frontier in Microbiology 11:576661.

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Bacterial communities and nitrogen transformation genes in streambank legacy sediments and implications for biogeochemical processing

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Sienkiewicz, N., R.L. Bier, J. Wang, L. Zgleszewski, A. Lutgen, G. Jiang, K. Mattern, S. Inamdar, and J. Kan. 2020. Biogeochemistry 148:271–290.

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Stories From the Streams: Stream Fever

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Discover why streams that are too warm endanger the habitats of mayflies and other life sustaining insects. Episode 3 in the “Stories from the Streams” series from WHYY TV12.

Water Science Careers: Fisheries and Microbiology

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Laura Borecki Zgleszewski describes her work in the Fish Ecology and Microbiology groups at Stroud™ Water Research Center.

DNA Tool Helps Scientists Identify Bacteria in Streams

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Stroud Center scientists are using DNA to identify the likely sources of fecal bacteria in streams, a potential human health risk.

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From Stream to Tap: Keeping Fresh Water Clean and Safe

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Water treatment facilities have procedures in place to make water safe for drinking. But the dirtier the water, the greater the cost to treat it.

2015 Stroud Center Publications

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Stroud Center scientists have authored or co-authored more than two dozen scientific papers this year, exhibiting the range of our science from Yellowstone Lake to Costa Rica and from earthworm…

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