Ocean Acidification researchers at UC Davis’ Bodega Marine Lab are learning more about how carbon uptake by the ocean is affecting marine creatures.
Research indicates that as the climate warms and oceans become more acidic, fish will lose olfactory function, threatening their ability to survive.
The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation is using decades of acid rain data to improve the state’s water quality and monitor for problems.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee have lived in North Carolina for generations. As more and more tourists visit and industry grows, monitoring tribal water quality becomes ever more important.
A study of California mussels finds that food availability is an important factor in their future ability to weather ocean acidification.
Stark County Park District managers study how Sippo Lake affects water quality after sediment load reduction efforts and push place-based learning tools.
Resource managers with Penobscot Indian Nation keep a careful eye on their waterways with help from a Thermo Orion Star portable pH meter and other gear.
With more support for dual nutrient management strategies, Wright State researchers show us how they’re studying nitrogen’s role in runoff and algal blooms.
A NOAA researcher studies how volcanic vents spewing carbon dioxide near the Islands of Maug have contributed to coral death and the rise of algae there.
University of Toronto students’ Drone River project uses state-of-the art drones, sensors and clues from social media to monitor and address river problems.
This roundup of Thermo Scientific’s Thermo Orion Star A portable meters can help you choose the right one for your project.
Western Kentucky University researchers use a NexSens 3100-iSIC data logger and a YSI EXO2 sonde to track groundwater dynamics in a karst system in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
A roundup of Thermo Scientific’s Thermo Orion Star A benchtop meters and information to help choose the right one for your project.
On the Fondriest store we’re offering a free pH buffer kit with the purchase of any Thermo Orion Star portable pH meter. See the promotion details here (PDF). These are rugged meters built to handle day-to-day testing....
Trash, human waste left by Mount Everest tourists dirties water downstream. Ball State scientists measure the impacts and try to clean things up.
Federal, private sector and international partners are studying the Beaufort Sea to uncover the Arctic ecosystem's potential for responsible human use.
A data buoy launched in New Zealand’s Lake Rerewhakaaitu will provide scientists with insights into the polymictic lake’s oxygen dynamics and production.
Conducting a research expedition on a standard sailing yacht, scientists found that everyday sailors could perform marine monitoring with reduced expenses.
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.
As ocean acidification progresses, NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory would like to grow its network of carbon-monitoring buoys.