Thomas More Biology Field Station tracks Ohio River health, raises freshwater mussels and Eastern hellbenders, monitors for HAB and more.
The ORSANCO ODS has expanded into the Elk River in West Virginia with its 17th monitoring site, updating technology as the program’s success continues.
The Environmental Monitor has covered the research efforts that take place at Thomas More College’s Biology Field Station before. And it is nearly impossible to cover all the works going on there, but a recent release gives...
Leading up to the 31st annual symposium of the Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, the Environmental Monitor zeroed in on prominent projects from several scientists involved with ORBCRE. All of the stories were published...
It's hard to overstate the importance of the Ohio River to the United States. This infographic looks at the history of the river and it's current health.
An update on the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission’s (ORSANCO) work to monitor the health of the Ohio River using a variety of technologies and techniques.
Scientists at the Iowa DNR and Iowa Geological Survey used GIS maps to create a guide for mitigating nutrient runoff in the Upper Mississippi and Ohio River basins.
Researchers at Marshall University use satellite imagery and grab samples to develop a model of the Ohio River’s chlorophyll levels.
Researchers at Marshall University use dissolved oxygen, temperature and solar radiation levels to model the Ohio River’s metabolism.