With aquaculture booming, IoT may be the future of the market--scaling up could be key to industry success.
Lake Erie buoy camera data has turned out to be critical for researchers and the public alike. Camera images help give a more complete picture of waves.
The first global river delta migration database can help coastal populations adapt as rivers change due to climate and anthropogenic effects.
There’s more involved in a successful Antarctic voyage than meets the eye, including diverse technical know-how and diverse data gathering.
A first of its kind study is unfolding on the effects of ubiquitous microplastics on coral in Hawaii.
SNOTEL is an extensive network of 889 sites involved in gathering and transmitting snow data electronically, and snow data is also collected manually at over 1,000 sites.
Lake appreciation and engagement of the public is critical in establishing and maintaining healthy lakes, streams, and other aquatic systems.
The emerging field of aquatic systems connectivity examines waters, their existence spatially and temporally, and their connections to each other.
An unusually rainy and cold year changed the phytoplankton makeup of one Michigan lake. Climate change makes similar changes more likely in the future.
Microbes transform nitrogen in tidal freshwater zones, usually causing denitrification, but recent research says areas of high nitrogen have been found.
A warming climate and low-oxygen from Chesapeake Bay will reduce oxygen more than nutrient reductions will increase it in the Chester River.
Fecal bacteria contaminates Texas beaches. Sea level rise makes it worse.
Technology on the horizon will allow researchers to track harmful algal blooms and measure their toxicity in real time.
Water quality around Key West improved in 2020. The Covid-19 shutdown may be responsible.
After decades of abuse, new research and a floating wetland point toward a healthier future for the Charles River.
The Gulf Coast stream could be a source of renewable energy. Recent buoys deployments look in that direction.
Gar, long considered a trash fish, are newly valued by science and fishermen around the country.
Hypoxic conditions could pose a threat to the yellow perch population in Lake Erie, the largest commercial fishery.
While focusing on ocean-specific threats to corals, researchers miss a dangerous, world-wide flow of sewage from land.
Algal blooms showed up unexpectedly in Lake Superior. Researchers pieced together their cause and are on the lookout for future blooms.