- Passive samplers could improve hydrogen sulfide monitoring near CAFOsPosted 1 day ago
- NexSens WQ-PH Smart USB Sensor: A plug-and-play solution for lab pH measurementsPosted 2 days ago
- National Ecological Observatory Network develops aquatic sensor stations across U.S.Posted 2 days ago
- Universities team up to track Atlantic sturgeon and prevent accidental bycatchPosted 4 days ago
- Nitrate enters groundwater-fed streams decades after field applicationPosted 4 days ago
- GIS mapping tool will help Wisconsin fish farm startups plot their pondsPosted 5 days ago
- Vaisala WXT520: Weather station designed with monitoring systems in mindPosted 5 days ago
- Sensors to help sort out Storm Lake’s sediment issues in IowaPosted 6 days ago
Passive samplers could improve hydrogen sulfide monitoring near CAFOs
A new study investigates passive samplers as a low-cost option for quantifying air pollutants around concentrated animal feeding operations
- Posted 1 day ago
National Ecological Observatory Network develops aquatic sensor stations across U.S.
To collect 30 years of data across the U.S., the National Ecological Observatory Network's sensor stations will have to withstand ice, fire, floods and drought.
- Posted 2 days ago
Nitrate enters groundwater-fed streams decades after field application
A USGS study found decades-old nitrate entering a groundwater-fed stream, potentially explaining a lag time between nutrient control and results.
- Posted 4 days ago
Coal mining and stream insects: Researchers explore the TDS connection
Compounds leaching from freshly mined rocks into mountain streams appear detrimental so aquatic insects. Virginia Tech researchers want to know why.
- Posted 9 days ago
Monitoring network offers rare insight into King Harbor fish kill
A water monitoring network installed after a 2005 fish kill in a California harbor meant researchers were ready when another million sardines died there in 2011.
- Posted 15 days ago
Q&A with John Lenters: Lake observing systems from Alaska to Nebraska
John Lenters, a hydroclimatologist with lake observing systems from Alaska to Nebraska, talks instruments, polar bears and paddling surfboards.
- Posted 17 days ago
Monitoring network tracks Rio Grande cutthroat trout’s shrinking habitat
A streamflow and water temperature monitoring network is helping track suitable habitat for a rare trout.
- Posted 17 days ago
Basic Observation Buoy connects students to environment through data collection
The Basic Observation Buoy is connecting students to their local waterways while training the next generation of water scientists.
- Posted 23 days ago
Salem Harbor’s murky water mystery prompts monitoring buoy network
Salem Harbor on the Massachusetts coast is prone to sporadic bouts of high turbidity. Researchers hope a buoy network will help them find out why.
- Posted 24 days ago
On Pennsylvania’s flood-prone Fishing Creek, students to supply decision-aiding data
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania casts its geology and geography students as data collectors on flood-prone Fishing Creek
- Posted 29 days ago