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Stroud Water Research Center

Published in UpStream Newsletter, Vol. 2015, Issue 5, August 2015
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Measuring flow rate

Studying how massive storms impact water quality downstream

What’s the impact on fresh water when massive storms like Hurricanes Irene and Sandy wash huge amounts of particulate matter downstream? Stroud Water Research Center and the University of Delaware are working to find out.

CZO REU/RET interns

Summer research program boosts confidence, shapes careers

For nine weeks, 12 undergraduates and four teachers from across the United States embarked on a study of the Critical Zone and immersed themselves in science and research. Find out what they learned and how it affects their futures.

Val Ouellet

Planting streamside forests may boost resiliency to climate change

Adapting to Pennsylvania’s warmer temperatures proved easy for Québec native, Valérie Ouellet, but the same can’t always be said for our native cold-water fishes. Her research may show us how to improve their odds.

Moonlit tree

Join us for our fall freshwater events

Do you like moonlit strolls and a nightcap around a bonfire? How about live music and tasting events? Learning about the connection between stewardship and art or viewing compelling documentary films? We’ve got you covered with our fall events!

Moonlit tree

A back-to-school stewardship equation

Educational Improvement Tax Credit program = tax credits for Pennsylvania businesses + FREE stream ecology programs for public schools. Learn how the program works for businesses and schools.

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Vol. 2015, Issue 5

September 2015

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