Lacawac Sanctuary boasts an unspoiled glacial lake, wetlands, ponds, second-growth forests and a focus on limnology.
Murray State’s Hancock Biological Station, a Center of Excellence in Kentucky, uses environmental monitoring to elucidate the inner workings of its large reservoir system
New York’s Cary Institute has a long history of important environmental monitoring contributions, from pivotal acid rain research to long-term road salt monitoring.
Archbold Biological Station is a wildlife research haven in the heart of Florida with extensive long-term records for rare species, fire, floods and more.
Weathers, co-chair of the Global Lakes Ecological Observatory Network and a biogeochemist at the Cary Institute, comments on the network’s 10th year.
A new buoy on West Okoboji Lake is adding real-time, high-resolution data to the Lakeside Lab’s more-than-century-long dataset.
The Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network is celebrating ten years of linking lakes, and more importantly, the people who study them.
The Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network turned 10 this month. According to the GLEON Facebook page, the group held their first meeting on the University of California San Diego Campus in March 2005. They’ve since led the...
Lake temperatures all over the world have been rising due to climate change, and until recently only satellite data could show the phenomenon at a global scale. The efforts of York University researchers and others in 20...
A data buoy launched in New Zealand’s Lake Rerewhakaaitu will provide scientists with insights into the polymictic lake’s oxygen dynamics and production.
Skinny, shallow and bloom-prone, Buffalo Pound Lake is a puzzle for both scientists and treatment plant operators. A new data buoy could help solve it.
An anonymously funded data buoy on Maine's Highland Lake will help answer questions about stratification, deep oxygen and phosphorus recycling.
A data buoy named "Goldie" is keeping track of changes on Maine's Great Pond, a seemingly pristine lake that scientists say may actually be in slow decline.
Monitoring platforms on Lake Lacawac and other Northeast waterbodies are helping scientists see how lakes respond to extreme weather.
An uptick in algal blooms is threatening the water clarity that make's Lake Auburn a great drinking water source. A new data buoy helps the investigation.
Lake Lillinonah has a garbage problem. The lake sits behind a dam on the Housatonic River and is the first large reservoir encountered by debris that washes into the river upstream. The lake, Connecticut’s second largest, acts...
Lake Sunapee in western New Hampshire is known for its exceptionally pure water quality. Much of the water flows out of cold underground springs rising from a bedrock aquifer. The lake has eight islands, several peninsulas and...