Recent testing of a wireless mesh environmental sensing network system offers scalability and convenience to field scientists.
University of East Anglia researchers have used silent marine robots to listen in on marine life, weather, and human sounds for improved monitoring capabilities.
Recent research proves that adding a co-catalyst to Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) renders them more efficient and effective, and reduces byproducts.
A team of researchers is refining our understanding of wastewater treatment with microalgae, producing a sustainable source of energy and treatment.
Researchers have created a low-cost, scalable hydrogel for use in desalination systems that produces more drinking water using less energy.
Bio-inspired camera uses polarization signals from light to geolocate, enabling new underwater navigation technologies and revealing clues about animals and pollution.
Serendipitously, researchers discovered artificial water channels, chiral water pathways, which hold major potential for new water treatment technologies.
An independent developer used an AI Stick, a laptop, and a microscope camera to create a clean water AI device that detects and maps bacteria in real-time.
A new material inspired by the Salvinia plant may offer new hope for cleaning up oil spills and other superhydrophobic applications.
Experts call Muskegon Lake a “model Great Lakes estuary.” Two new studies detail its patterns of hypoxia and the ecological effects with unprecedented clarity.
A team of engineers has created multiple simple fixes for water quality problems, from stagnating water tower tanks to treatment of micropollutants.
Federal agencies are partnered to sponsor a competition that will result in innovative applications of nutrient sensors on agricultural lands.
A double disinfection process subjecting wastewater to low levels of chlorine and then low levels of UV light is most effective at killing pathogenic organisms.
Scientists have begun to present data gleaned from an array of sensors stretching across the North Atlantic, measuring what drives overturning and currents.
South African researchers have developed a technology using titanium dioxide nanofibers for removing Diazepam and other compounds from wastewater.
A team is developing and deploying networked drones and underwater robots to monitor water quality in real-time to more effectively protect the public.
The UN’s World Water Quality Portal will allow scientists and other decision makers to monitor certain water quality indicators remotely in real-time.
Researchers have developed a handheld water quality E. coli sensor that delivers real-time results cheaply.
A MBARI engineering team has developed an underwater camera system to help monitor threatened species of rockfish that live among rocks at the ocean floor.
Environmental monitoring shows that Great Bay has made great recovery since the early days of aggressive logging 100 years ago