NOAA’s Student Drifter Program teaches kids about science and helps generate high-quality data about Earth’s oceans.
Friday Harbor Laboratories offer unique research and educational opportunities in the Salish Sea area.
The Waccamaw Riverkeeper describes water quality monitoring with volunteers and the challenges brought by Hurricane Florence.
The Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology is using modern technologies to develop a deeper understanding of Hawaii’s unique tropical ecosystems.
Students are participating in citizen science in the Schuylkill River to learn more about their watershed and water quality parameters.
Recent research shows how diatoms can reveal how impaired water quality is, and perhaps help even laypeople monitor for water quality.
Researchers team up with citizen scientists to monitor the pristine waters of Alaska for invasive, fouling organisms.
The Mountain Studies Institute in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains is a site for research into water quality issues after wildfires, and mine recovery.
New research on wood falls on the deep sea floor reveals that climate change and warmer oceans may hurt marine biodiversity.
A USGS researcher shares how wildfires can impact water quality and which kinds of storm events restore water quality after fires.
The Youth Conservation Corps program at the Midcoast Conservancy in Maine is connecting generations and protecting water quality.
Florida International University is deploying a data buoy to monitor for red tide, and educating citizen scientists on sea level rise.
Lake managers at a blue-ribbon fishery in Utah are removing invasive carp using chemical means and restoring water quality in the process.
Researchers reveal that a more intense series of hurricanes hitting Puerto Rico is changing stream chemistry in its watersheds.
Harmful algal blooms are occurring in Seneca Lake, and a team with an updated WMP and frequent monitoring is hoping to counter them.
A team of undergrads from Worcester Polytechnic Institute have been training an underwater robot to hunt an invasive fish species.
Researchers from the Australian Institute of Marine Science are using eDNA to battle invasive Crown-of-thorns sea stars from eating the Great Barrier Reef.
Shedd Aquarium and Northwestern Engineering students team up to find innovative new tech for studying animal behavior in the wild.
A team of researchers turns to interdisciplinary collaboration to solve a mystery and explain a coral reef die-off.