- Puget Sound sediment study looks to fill degraded inlet’s data gapPosted 16 hours ago
- NexSens AccuStage water level sensors are simple and durablePosted 17 hours ago
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- Saltwater intrusion monitoring in Southwest Florida needs upgradesPosted 4 days ago
- Choptank River watershed nitrate monitoring targets conservation effortsPosted 5 days ago
- Study takes next step in remote sensing methods for riversPosted 6 days ago
- LI-COR PAR sensors detect light waves to aid aquatic ecosystem researchPosted 7 days ago
- UC Davis groundwater tool helps threatened salmon and steelheadPosted 8 days ago
- Lake St. Clair watershed research is focus of new center
A new collaborative center aims to bring together government, academia and industry to study the corridor from Lake Huron to Lake Erie, with an emphasis on Lake St. Clair and its watershed. The Huron to Erie Alliance for...
- Posted 18 hours ago
- Indian atlas details Himalayan lakes and wetlands
Indian Space Research Organisation scientists documented about 4,699 lakes and wetlands in the Himalaya Mountain Range, all at an altitude greater than 3,000 meters above mean sea level, according to a Times of India article. Scientists performed...
- Posted 6 days ago
- Michigan Tech Great Lakes Research Center thriving after one year
Michigan Technological University’s Great Lakes Research Center has just turned one year old and is already immersed in studying the Great Lakes. According to a Detroit broadcaster, administrators at the center hired more scientists and faculty so...
- Posted 12 days ago
- Chicago suburbs want Lake Michigan drinking water
As Chicago suburbs expand, their residents are looking increasingly to Lake Michigan for drinking water, according to Medill Reports Chicago. The lake, which has already been substantially tapped, may not be able to provide enough. Unless conservation...
- Posted 13 days ago
- Minnesota lake advocate says state’s water cleanups lack funds, data
The director of a Minnesota lake association wrote in a guest column for the Minnesota Sun that the state has huge looming responsibilities to clean and restore its water bodies. “Many of Minnesota’s lakes, including several bays on Lake...
- Posted 18 days ago
- Swiss researchers find plastic particulate widespread in Lake Geneva
Researchers from a Swiss university found plastic particulate is widespread in Lake Geneva, according to a press release from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. The researchers sampled the lake in several ways to quantify microplastic pollution....
- Posted 19 days ago
- Scientists and students working to conserve Guatemala’s Lake Atitlán
Scientists in the mountains of Guatemala are working to conserve a lake in a region where people can’t afford to put food on the table.
- Posted 20 days ago
- University of Michigan Water Center awards $570K in grants
The University of Michigan Water Center, which launched in October 2012, has awarded $570,000 in research grants, according to a release. Each grant is for two years and the awards top out at $50,000. Multiple researchers and...
- Posted 20 days ago
- Two autonomous underwater vehicles launch in Lake Ontario
Two autonomous underwater vehicles are drifting through Lake Ontario, monitoring a slew of environmental metrics, according to a release from New York Sea Grant. The high-tech equipment is recording data on fish productivity, food web changes and...
- Posted 21 days ago
- Water quality predictions expand to all Chicago Lake Michigan beaches
Real-time water quality predictions all 24 of Chicago’s Lake Michigan beaches this summer will let swimmers know if the water is free of harmful bacteria, according to the Chicago Tribune. The monitoring is an expansion of a...
- Posted 23 days ago