An unusually rainy and cold year changed the phytoplankton makeup of one Michigan lake. Climate change makes similar changes more likely in the future.
The drought of 2017 is still being felt by livestock and producers in the Northern Plains as it affects water quality and animals who graze.
Researchers have quantified nitrate levels in the vadose zone worldwide for the first time, warning of potential for groundwater contamination.
Stark County Park District managers study how Sippo Lake affects water quality after sediment load reduction efforts and push place-based learning tools.
Scientists at Southeast Missouri State University test a drainage and irrigation system, meant to reduce nitrate concentrations, using automated samplers.
The National Park Service and other federal agencies have launched an alert system to help farmers reduce nitrate pollution in Rocky Mountain National Park, according to National Public Radio. The system lets farmers know when winds have...
For a watershed without land use, Loch Vale in Rocky Mountain National Park has puzzlingly high nitrate. A study shows why, with good news for recovery.
Ontario groundwater researchers are investigating how a new generation of water quality sensors can move the science forward while cutting the labor back.
YSI’s new ProDSS handheld is one of the most advanced instruments available for water quality spot sampling and profiling studies on the market today.
A new fleet of drifting ocean profilers will monitor the Southern Ocean, which absorbs much of the Earth’s excess heat and human carbon emissions.
A recent study clarified a steelhead hatchery's role in nutrient pollution in Trout Run, a small Pennsylvania Lake Erie Tributary.