Volunteers of the MVUUF Stream Team have been monitoring Wolf Creek water quality, habitat and biological characteristics for several years.
Time-series research reveals no evidence of natural gas contamination from fracking in Ohio drinking water wells.
Research shows how much marine protected areas (MPAs) will warm under various facts; most will be uninhabitable by 2100 under BAU climate change scenario.
The IL Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy is generating interest and improving water quality by reducing nutrient runoff into Illinois watersheds.
A chance encounter with a rare jellyfish species and active jellyfall, thanks to a well-designed underwater camera.
An award-winning park system, one of Cleveland Metroparks’ most notable achievements is its Watershed Stewardship Center, an education and research facility that advances stormwater management studies.
A research team from Singapore and Indonesia brought thousands of samples back from a deep-sea biodiversity expedition, including at least 12 new species.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment is monitoring groundwater for low levels of PFCs pursuant to EPA guidance.
The annual monitoring report on Mirror Lake in upstate New York reveals that salt levels are still a problem despite reduced local use of road salt.
Racine County Parks Department uses DIY floating islands to kickoff Quarry Lake water quality improvement program.
Meteotsunamis are big waves that have been historically mislabeled and poorly forecasted in the Great Lakes. Experts are learning more and predictive tools are in sight.
A research team has developed robust reverse osmosis membranes using carbon nanotubes and polyamide that resist the rigors of the cleaning process cheaply.
University of East Anglia researchers have used silent marine robots to listen in on marine life, weather, and human sounds for improved monitoring capabilities.
As scientists monitor a mining waste cleanup in a deep lake with unusual water dynamics, they learn more about how these dynamics impact remediation efforts.
Recent research proves that adding a co-catalyst to Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) renders them more efficient and effective, and reduces byproducts.
Researchers have identified a microbe that breaks down ammonium, a common component in fertilizer and sewage runoff, without oxygen.
A team of scientists deployed long-range autonomous underwater vehicles with instrument suites to monitor and sample ocean microbes.
Research shows that ocean acidification causes confusion in baby fish, making them ignore the sounds of safe habitats and attracted to other noise.
A recent study reveals that best management practices for impaired Grand Lake St. Marys has resulted in much less runoff and lower nutrient levels.
New research indicates that real-time monitoring on Canadian First Nations reserves can reduce the number of water quality advisories.