The Onset HOBO RX3000 Remote Monitoring Station is an environmental monitoring system that continuously logs data from compatible sensors that measure soil moisture, water level, temperature and various weather parameters.
Lake Malawi is a crucial source of food, electricity, transportation and economic health for the surrounding communities.
Understanding how the interactions between microbial communities and their ecosystems breed pathogens may be beneficial for human health.
Eastern Hellbenders, the largest salamanders in North America, exhibit unique parental care--declining water quality is putting them at risk.
The PME miniDOT Logger is a compact data logger that measures dissolved oxygen (DO) and temperature down to 100 meters in depth.
Observing aquatic ecosystems reveals some of the most tangible effects of anthropogenic pollution and climate change, making protecting these systems essential.
The Lufft WS800 Multi-Parameter Weather Station measures a full suite of atmospheric parameters including a one-of-a-kind lightning detector
Dynamic and healthy ecosystems can become center points for towns, cities, and entire regions—such is the case in the Newfound Lake Region.
Countless species of flora and fauna around the world are being listed as either threatened, endangered, or extinct.
The Sontek CastAway-CTD is a castable device that measures conductivity, temperature and depth in a single device.
The essential role of dimethyl sulfide in the functioning of marine life is gradually being elucidated by recent research in marine sulfur biogeochemistry.
Dredging has become increasingly more important as pollutants impact wildlife and communities living near and far from water.
Many types of data are gathered on the Chesapeake Bay and organized to reflect various Bay aspects, including the tidal and nontidal Bay watershed.
Researchers continue to perfect approaches to forecasting, assessing the impact, and preventing Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB).
Thinking about how to eradicate social parasites is common, but there is a lot to learn from parasites--they’re drivers of selection shaping populations.
HRNERR is dedicated to improving the health of the Hudson River through education, training, restoration, monitoring, and research programs.
Integration of remote sensing technology into undergraduate education can help society solve environmental problems faster.
Inspired by nature, recent research shows how stormwater management could be improved by using green infrastructure techniques.
TNC programs and projects rely on continuous monitoring to ensure that coastal restoration and habitat enhancement initiatives are successful.
Assumed to be largely dormant during the polar night, marine creatures were found to regulate their biological clocks and maintain activity in low light.