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Science Education Feature: Caddisflies
Science Education Feature: Caddisflies
Learn about the ecosystem benefits of net-spinning caddisflies, as well as how they interact with their environment, from Ben Tumolo, ... Read More
Water SCIENCE Wins Award in Video Showcase
Water SCIENCE Wins Award in Video Showcase
The Water SCIENCE curriculum has middle school students complete hands-on science and engineering activities, receive guidance and instruction from undergraduate ... Read More
Water Quality Mobile App
Water Quality Mobile App
The Stroud Center’s Water Quality mobile app is a water-monitoring data-collection and learning tool designed for use by educators and ... Read More
Clean by Design
Clean by Design
38 Master of Landscape Architecture students from the University of Pennsylvania visited Stroud Water Research Center to learn about protecting ... Read More
"Dine and Donate" a Success!
“Dine and Donate” a Success!
Sovana Bistro’s “Dine and Donate” night to benefit the Stroud Center was a huge success! On Sunday, April 23, diners ... Read More
Meet Jennifer Totora, Stroud’s New Education Specialist
Meet Jennifer Totora, Stroud’s New Education Specialist
Totora brings more than 15 years of combined environmental education and field work experience. A self-proclaimed “STEMinist,” she has a ... Read More
Students Take to the Woods to Monitor Streamside Forests
Students Take to the Woods to Monitor Streamside Forests
This spring, more than 130 students helped Stroud Center educators and watershed restoration staff monitor streamside forests in the Middle-Schuylkill ... Read More
Arscott Takes Reins as Executive Director
Arscott Takes Reins as Executive Director
After decades of exceptional leadership, Bern Sweeney, Ph.D., is ready to focus on his primary passion at the Stroud Center, ... Read More
Volunteers Plant 1,140 Trees for National Volunteer Week
Volunteers Plant 1,140 Trees for National Volunteer Week
The Stroud Center celebrated National Volunteer Week with help from Exelon Generation, BB&T, Cheshire Hunt Conservancy, Colonial Pipeline, Dansko, Hugh ... Read More
Stroud Center education staff at the NAAEE Conference
Education Staff Lead Presentations and Winning Canoe at NAAEE Conference
Stroud Center education staff continued their international impact at the recent North American Association for Environmental Education conference ... Read More
David Bressler and Jennie Matkov record stream data
David Bressler Connects Citizens to Science
"I think science can be a little intimidating," Bressler says. "Through citizen science, I hope we can make environmental science ... Read More
DNA Tool Helps Scientists Identify Bacteria in Streams
DNA Tool Helps Scientists Identify Bacteria in Streams
Stroud Center scientists are using DNA to identify the likely sources of fecal bacteria in streams, a potential human health ... Read More
New Major Gifts Director Joins the Stroud Center
New Major Gifts Director Joins the Stroud Center
David Reinfeld brings with him more than 15 years of arts, culture, and social service fundraising in the nonprofit sector ... Read More
Stroud Water Research Center Celebrates National Park Service’s Commitment to Fresh Water
Stroud Water Research Center Celebrates National Park Service’s Commitment to Fresh Water
Stroud Water Research Center honored the National Park Service and its director Jonathan Jarvis at the Water’s Edge gala at ... Read More
From Stream to Tap: Keeping Fresh Water Clean and Safe
From Stream to Tap: Keeping Fresh Water Clean and Safe
Water treatment facilities have procedures in place to make water safe for drinking. But the dirtier the water, the greater ... Read More
Expanded Professional Development Programs for Educators
Expanded Professional Development Programs for Educators
We’re expanding our professional development programs for educators to include the WikiWatershed webinar series, more workshops at the Stroud Center, ... Read More
Could Rising Temps Be Killing Mayflies, Threatening Streams? Scientists Investigate.
Could Rising Temps Be Killing Mayflies, Threatening Streams? Scientists Investigate.
When mayfly populations decline, it's a warning that something has gone wrong. But what? Stroud Center scientists and their colleagues ... Read More
Stroud Center Welcomes New Board Members
Stroud Center Welcomes New Board Members
The staff and board of directors of Stroud Water Research Center are pleased to welcome Robert DiFilippo, Holly Michael, Josh ... Read More
How to Choose Mobile Digital Technologies to Enhance Environmental Education
How to Choose Mobile Digital Technologies to Enhance Environmental Education
Whether you are a teacher, parent, or citizen scientist, here are a few ideas worth considering to make the most ... Read More
Fostering Community Partnerships Through STEM Education
Fostering Community Partnerships Through STEM Education
Students from Serviam Girls Academy spent a day learning about water-quality indicators as part of the Stroud Center’s award-winning stream ... Read More
Senator Gets First-Hand Look  at Conservation Practices
Senator Gets First-Hand Look at Conservation Practices
Riparian buffers, cover crops, even rain gutters on the barn can make a big difference to water quality. U.S. Sen ... Read More
Meet the Forester Who’s Leading People to Clean Fresh Water
Meet the Forester Who’s Leading People to Clean Fresh Water
Ecological information specialist Rich Shockey is one of our most effective partners helping to spread the word about how streamside ... Read More
Students Experience Field-Based Learning at the Stroud Center’s New Outdoor Classroom
Students Experience Field-Based Learning at the Stroud Center’s New Outdoor Classroom
There's just something about going outside. It's fun. It lowers stress. It helps students focus. And it's a great way ... Read More
National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis to Receive SAFE Award
National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis to Receive SAFE Award
On the centennial anniversary of one of America’s greatest treasures, the SAFE Water Award will be presented to the National ... Read More
Volunteers to Monitor Threats to Water for 15 Million People
Volunteers to Monitor Threats to Water for 15 Million People
Stroud Center Receives $2.5 Million Grant to Boost Citizen-Science Water-Quality Monitoring in Delaware River Basin ... Read More
Blue Skies For Blues, Brews, and BBQ
Blue Skies For Blues, Brews, and BBQ
Despite the ominous weather forecast, the Stroud Center’s Blues, Brews, and BBQ event was held among blue skies and sunshine ... Read More
Volunteers Lend a Helping Hand
Volunteers Lend a Helping Hand
National Volunteer Week and Corporate Days of Service gave Stroud™ Water Research Center a helping hand throughout April and May ... Read More
Stroud Team Helps Discover Species Diversity in State and National Parks
Stroud Team Helps Discover Species Diversity in State and National Parks
Stroud Center entomologists, interns, and educators joined citizen scientists and others for the National Park Service Centennial BioBlitz ... Read More
Students Nationwide Model Their Watersheds, Solve Environmental Challenges
Students Nationwide Model Their Watersheds, Solve Environmental Challenges
To cultivate the next generation of scientists and watershed stewards, Stroud Center and partners are taking Model My Watershed to ... Read More
Stroud Center Speaks on Water Scarcity at SFS Annual Meeting
Stroud Center Speaks on Water Scarcity at SFS Annual Meeting
Held in drought-stricken southern California, the focus was on the consequences of depleting freshwater resources and potential solutions ... Read More
Welcome Summer Interns!
Welcome Summer Interns!
Stroud Center's internship program, now in its 44th year, has ushered through hundreds of interns who have come in search ... Read More
Former Intern Embarks on Collaborative Research to Make Drinking Water Safer
Former Intern Embarks on Collaborative Research to Make Drinking Water Safer
While an intern at the Stroud Center, Kristen Jellison, Ph.D., got her first taste of investigative scientific research, and she ... Read More
Scientists Study How to Keep Pathogens Out of Drinking-Water Sources
Scientists Study How to Keep Pathogens Out of Drinking-Water Sources
Stroud Center scientists are studying how well best management practices on farms protect drinking-water sources from pollution ... Read More
Sharing Our Science: Winter-Spring 2016
Sharing Our Science: Winter-Spring 2016
For the long-tailed dance fly, every night is ladies’ night, Dave Funk explained in a lecture a University of Delaware ... Read More
Sharing Our Science: Winter 2016
Sharing Our Science: Winter 2016
We share our science to increase awareness and create a public dialogue centered on the protection, preservation, and restoration of ... Read More
Intern Connects Culture and Environment
Intern Connects Culture and Environment
Emily Scott’s background is unique. Our interns are often students of environmental science, she majored in anthropology and religious studies ... Read More
Families Learn and Play During Trout Grow on Trees® Day
Families Learn and Play During Trout Grow on Trees® Day
"The fish ... eat the insects ... on the leaves ... that come from trees!" shouted children and their parents ... Read More
Stroud Center in the News, December 2015
Stroud Center in the News, December 2015
Our boots-in-the-water education programs were featured in the November issue of County Lines Magazine. Other mentions: Students use leaf packs ... Read More
2015 Stroud Center Publications
2015 Stroud Center Publications
Stroud Center scientists have authored or co-authored more than two dozen scientific papers this year, exhibiting the range of our ... Read More
Ehrhart Re-Elected as Penn State Agricultural Council President
Ehrhart Re-Elected as Penn State Agricultural Council President
Matt Ehrhart took on a new and substantial responsibility last year when his peers elected him president of the Penn ... Read More
Education Department Highlights: Hello, Congratulations, and Goodbye
Education Department Highlights: Hello, Congratulations, and Goodbye
Stroud Center announces the retirement of Susan Gill, the appointment of new education director Steven Kerlin and the promotion of ... Read More
Alexandra Cousteau: Freshwater Issues the Greatest Crisis of Our Time
Alexandra Cousteau: Freshwater Issues the Greatest Crisis of Our Time
"When we ask, do we have enough water when we need it and where we need it, and is the ... Read More
Stream-Monitoring Technology Saves Time and Keeps Scientists Safe
Stream-Monitoring Technology Saves Time and Keeps Scientists Safe
An acoustic Doppler current profiler lets our scientists stay safe and dry while taking crucial streamflow measurements during flood conditions ... Read More
Pouring Water Quality into Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness Index
Pouring Water Quality into Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness Index
“Holy cow, how do people get up to that place? I might need a helicopter to lower me down on ... Read More
Stroud Center in the News, October 2015
Stroud Center in the News, October 2015
Creating watershed ambassadors, The Exchange, Millersville University Nature Abounds working with Carnegie Mellon University on citizen science grant, Gant Daily, ... Read More
Fall 2015 Events Recap
Fall 2015 Events Recap
MOONLIT STREAM STROLL Stroud Center kicked off the busy fall season with a Moonlit Stream Stroll on Friday, September 25 ... Read More
New Entomology Group Member Finds Bugs and Fungi Fascinating
New Entomology Group Member Finds Bugs and Fungi Fascinating
Working in aquatic science is a dream come true for Matthew Wilson, the Entomology Group’s new research technician. Growing up, ... Read More
Stroud Center Connects International Leaders with Freshwater Solutions
Stroud Center Connects International Leaders with Freshwater Solutions
Stroud Water Research Center rolled out the red carpet for water systems experts from 23 countries who gathered to learn ... Read More
Stroud Center Scientist Takes “Rotator” Post at National Science Foundation
Stroud Center Scientist Takes “Rotator” Post at National Science Foundation
Louis A. Kaplan, Ph.D., accepted a one-year appointment as a visiting scientist at the federal agency that funds innovative scientific ... Read More
Stroud Center in the News, Fall 2015
Stroud Center in the News, Fall 2015
Residents have their say at Artesian Water meeting, Daily Local News Stroud expands environmental awareness with its intern program, Daily ... Read More
Spotlight on Valérie Ouellet
Spotlight on Valérie Ouellet
Having grown up in the scenic village of Padoue in eastern Québec, Valérie Ouellet, Ph.D., was surprised to hear people ... Read More
2014 REU Participant to Research Climate Change Using Ice Cores
2014 REU Participant to Research Climate Change Using Ice Cores
Abigail Thayer, a Research Experience for Undergraduates participant at the Stroud Center, learned about researching Earth’s Critical Zone ... Read More
Summer Research Program Boosts Confidence, Shapes Careers
Summer Research Program Boosts Confidence, Shapes Careers
“Hydrosphere! Lithosphere! Atmosphere! Biosphere!” students and teachers shouted during orientation for this summer’s Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) Research Experience for ... Read More
Studying How Massive Storms Impact Water Quality
Studying How Massive Storms Impact Water Quality
Big storm events deliver huge amounts of particulate materials, which contributes significantly to the total amount of nutrients in freshwater ... Read More
Mapping a Stream’s Recovery
Mapping a Stream’s Recovery
On a clear, bright day, Jennifer Matkov wades calf-deep in cool stream water. “These are the beautiful fieldwork days we ... Read More
Court Ruling a Victory for Chesapeake Bay
Court Ruling a Victory for Chesapeake Bay
Cleaning up the bay and its tributaries will improve the lives of 17 million people who live in the Chesapeake ... Read More
Alexandra Cousteau to Receive Stroud Award For Freshwater Excellence
Alexandra Cousteau to Receive Stroud Award For Freshwater Excellence
Stroud Water Research Center will confer the 2015 Freshwater Excellence Award to Cousteau on November 19 during its annual Water's ... Read More
Sharing Our Science: Summer 2015
Sharing Our Science: Summer 2015
SCIENTISTS ORGANIZE SPECIAL SESSION AT SOCIETY FOR FRESHWATER SCIENCE ANNUAL MEETING In May, Stroud™ Water Research Center scientists attended the ... Read More
Spotlight on Stephanie Eisenbise
Spotlight on Stephanie Eisenbise
With interests ranging from agriculture to white water kayaking to planting trees along streams, Stephanie Eisenbise, Stroud Center’s new watershed ... Read More
Volunteers Protect White Clay Creek Headwaters By Planting 500 Trees
Volunteers Protect White Clay Creek Headwaters By Planting 500 Trees
Volunteers planted, staked and installed tree shelters on 500 trees. The work was completed within two hours — a new ... Read More
Headwaters, Small Streams Now Better Protected Under Clean Water Act
Headwaters, Small Streams Now Better Protected Under Clean Water Act
The United States Environmental Protection Agency issued a final rule that clarifies what “waters of the United States” are covered ... Read More
Stroud Center Honored with Two Conservation Awards
Stroud Center Honored with Two Conservation Awards
Berks County Conservation District gave Sweeney its Conservation Individual of the Year Award and Lancaster County Conservation District gave Stroud ... Read More
Two Hellos and a Goodbye in Entomology Group
Two Hellos and a Goodbye in Entomology Group
HELLO, SHERMAN ROBERTS More than 40 years ago, when Sherman Roberts was scarcely out of high school and unsure of ... Read More
Dansko Co-Founders Honored for Their Support
Dansko Co-Founders Honored for Their Support
The Stroud Center dedicated the Public Outreach Wing of its Moorhead Environmental Complex in honor of Dansko co-founders Mandy Cabot and Peter ... Read More
Re-Wilding Tropical Ecosystems Starts With Clean Fresh Water
Re-Wilding Tropical Ecosystems Starts With Clean Fresh Water
Bern Sweeney, Ph.D., traveled to Costa Rica in late January to discuss innovative practices in re-wilding tropical ecosystems including rainforests, ... Read More
Remembering John Taylor
Remembering John Taylor
John H. Taylor Jr., a career journalist who served on Stroud™ Water Research Center’s board of directors since June 2009, ... Read More
Stroud Center Gets Award for Environmental Education Programs
Stroud Center Gets Award for Environmental Education Programs
The Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators gives Stroud Water Research Center the Outstanding Environmental Education Program Award ... Read More
New Record Set for the Annual Fund
New Record Set for the Annual Fund
The 2014 annual fund reached a new level of support -- a total of 356 donors gave $452,809, setting records ... Read More
Getting Our Boots Ready for Spring Stream Programs
Getting Our Boots Ready for Spring Stream Programs
Known for boots-in-the-water programs, our education department goes above and beyond to share the latest in freshwater knowledge with thousands ... Read More
2014 Publications from Stroud Center Staff and Collaborators
2014 Publications from Stroud Center Staff and Collaborators
Peer-reviewed publication of our research, education, and restoration activities is a fundamental tool for all staff at Stroud Water Research ... Read More
Lindsey Albertson Takes Over Stream House
Lindsey Albertson Takes Over Stream House
Lindsey Albertson, who earned her Ph.D. in Ecology at the University of California in Santa Barbara last year, has been ... Read More
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Honored at Water’s Edge Gala
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Honored at Water’s Edge Gala
For his involvement in the Waterkeeper Alliance, his work as an environmental attorney, and for authoring books, articles, and lectures ... Read More
Restoration News, Fall 2014
Restoration News, Fall 2014
In between the flurry of watershed restoration planning and field work that the Stroud Restoration Team carries out, it organized ... Read More
Education News, Fall 2014
Education News, Fall 2014
From New Jersey to Costa Rica to North Carolina and back home at the Stroud Center, our education staff was ... Read More
Outreach For Healthy Streams
Outreach For Healthy Streams
Here, in brief, is our approach to watershed restoration outreach to distant watersheds and new communities ... Read More
Louis “Sandy” Sage Lobby Dedication Evokes Tears and Laughter
Louis “Sandy” Sage Lobby Dedication Evokes Tears and Laughter
The Moorhead Environmental Complex lobby was named for Sandy in recognition of his many years of help and assistance to ... Read More
Sharing Our Science: Summer 2014
Sharing Our Science: Summer 2014
Stroud Center Scientists Attend International Conferences; Leaf Pack Network Science Hits the Road; 24 Hours, 55 Volunteers, 807 Species; Walking ... Read More
Sharing Our Science: Spring 2014
Sharing Our Science: Spring 2014
Stroud Center Tackles Watershed Restoration; Getting to Know Rock Snot; Something Smells Fishy ... Read More
Tara Muenz Joins Stroud Center as New Educator
Tara Muenz Joins Stroud Center as New Educator
Muenz describes herself as an “earth steward” who enjoys pursuing a “mindful and simple lifestyle.” She plans to share her ... Read More
Freshwater Sources Less “Fresh” from Greater Salt Use, Scientists Say
Freshwater Sources Less “Fresh” from Greater Salt Use, Scientists Say
Fresh groundwater, where some drinking water comes from, recharges streams. Scientists are concerned about early signs that groundwater sources are ... Read More
How Many Trees Does It Take to Protect a Stream?
How Many Trees Does It Take to Protect a Stream?
A literature review by the Stroud Center concluded that forest buffers should be at least 30 meters, or nearly 100 ... Read More
Sharing Our Science: Winter 2014
Sharing Our Science: Winter 2014
Stroud Center Models Farm Stewardship at PA Farm Show; Wise Shares Importance of Trees to Streams; Sweeney Speaks In Support ... Read More
Connecting Land and Water Solutions: Lamonte Garber Joins Watershed Restoration Group
Connecting Land and Water Solutions: Lamonte Garber Joins Watershed Restoration Group
Garber will serve as the watershed restoration coordinator, working with landowners and partnering agencies on restoration and conservation projects throughout ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, December 2013
UpStream Newsletter, December 2013
Low Levels of Fracking Wastewater Highly Toxic to Mayflies: Stroud Center scientists find mayflies, whose presence indicates good water quality, ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, October 2013
UpStream Newsletter, October 2013
Remembering Ruth Patrick: Ruth Patrick, Ph.D., a pioneer in environmental science and aquatic ecology and co-founder of the Stroud Center, ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, July 2013
UpStream Newsletter, July 2013
Where the Wells Run Dry: To predict the potential impact of climate variability, climate change, land use, and human activity ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, June 2013
UpStream Newsletter, June 2013
A Holistic Approach to Restoring Streams: Our Watershed Restoration Group has an ambitious goal -- add forested buffers along the ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, April 2013
UpStream Newsletter, April 2013
Building New Ideas on Old Foundations: “The River Continuum Concept” remains the most-often cited paper in its field. So, when ... Read More
A Holistic Approach to Restoring Streams
A Holistic Approach to Restoring Streams
The Watershed Restoration Group is building relationships with all of the farmers along two headwater tributaries to restore, protect, and monitor ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, February 2013
UpStream Newsletter, February 2013
Meet Jen Mosher, Post-Doctoral Associate: As one of the Stroud Center’s post-doctoral researchers, exploring the outdoors is in Mosher's job ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2012
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2012
Talking About Rafa --Maritza’s Manager In Words and Pictures: Rafa Morales was hired to collect macroinvertebrates at Maritza Biological Station ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2012
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2012
The Moorhead Environmental Complex -- Sharing Stroud Science Starts Here: The board of directors cut the ribbon on a new ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2012
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2012
A Seeker of the Truth: Denis Newbold, Ph.D., holds both strong political beliefs and an absolute commitment to scientific rigor, ... Read More
The Water’s Edge: An Evening in Review
The Water’s Edge: An Evening in Review
Olivia Newton-John and John Easterling received the Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence for their commitment to rainforest conservation in the ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2011
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2011
Gone Fishin’ -- Evaluating the Threat of Agricultural Contaminants in the Río Sierpe: Stroud Center scientists worked in Costa Rican ... Read More
Model My Watershed® Reaches Students and Teachers
Model My Watershed® Reaches Students and Teachers
The web app has a dynamic, videogame-like interface that lets students see how modifying land use in their own neighborhoods ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2011
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2011
The difference between the organic materials that enter and leave a river system tells us how the river affects greenhouse ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2011
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2011
Two weeks into their work in Papua New Guinea, Dr. Anthony Aufdenkampe and his colleagues had already surveyed more than ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Winter 2011
UpStream Newsletter, Winter 2011
Stroud Center scientists think Papua New Guinea might be more important in terms of carbon and sediment discharge than the ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2010
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2010
The Stroud Center has been recording daily, monthly, seasonal, annual — and even multiyear data — in Costa Rica to ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2010
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2010
Yellowstone Lake is the subject of exciting research by Jinjun Kan, the microbial ecologist who will join the Stroud Water ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2009
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2009
The Stroud Center and the University of Delaware will study whether human-induced erosion modifies greenhouse gas emissions from the landscape ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2009
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2009
The International Bar Code of Life project has the potential to revolutionize research, pest and disease control, food safety, and ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Winter 2009
UpStream Newsletter, Winter 2009
After almost three years at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in New Zealand, Dave Arscott will return ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2008
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2008
Each of us affects the quality of our drinking water — and there’s a lot we can do as individuals ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2008
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2008
Willy Eldridge recently joined the Stroud™ Water Research Center to launch its Fish Molecular Ecology Department ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2008
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2008
A documentary film chronicles how students rowed, paddled, and across the watersheds that provide nine million New Yorkers with drinking ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2007
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2007
Last summer, Stroud Center scientists and educators traveled to Peru and sampled 31 stream and river sites that ranged from ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2006
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2006
10 scientists and two educators are braving the wild tributaries of the Amazon to study over 20 research sites in ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2005
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2005
The rivers of South America’s Amazon basin are “breathing” far harder — cycling the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide more quickly ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2005
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2005
W. B. Dixon Stroud has left a remarkable impact on southern Chester County, his home for the past 50 years, ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2004
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2004
A National Science Foundation grant for a study in the Amazon could help unravel the mystery of the missing carbon ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2003
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2003
As the second stage of the New York Project begins, “nutrient spiraling” and “rates of production” are the talk of ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2003
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2003
The United Nations has declared 2003 the International Year of Fresh Water to galvanize action on one of the world’s ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2002
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2002
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai is using the Leaf Pack Experiment Kit home to educate young Kenyans about the ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2002
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2002
Stroud scientists are studying how organic molecules support stream microorganisms and how far the molecules travel downstream before they are ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2001
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2001
The Stroud Center’s federally funded study of riparian forest buffers in West and East Bradford townships in Chester County, turns ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2001
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2001
The Stroud Center has completed analysis and comparison of 16 paired woodland and meadow streams that strongly supports restoration of ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2000
UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2000
Stroud Center scientists are racing to finish their first season of sampling the streams and reservoirs that give clean water ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2000
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2000
The Stroud Center, internationally-known for its knowledge of small streams, is now doing a research project on the nation’s largest ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 1999
UpStream Newsletter, Summer 1999
The Stroud Center has become an independent organization with its own financial structure, administration, Board of Directors and even a ... Read More