Recent testing of a wireless mesh environmental sensing network system offers scalability and convenience to field scientists.
The Virginia Household Water Quality Program is helping students understand the water cycle and see themselves in technical jobs in the field.
Interdisciplinary research provides an in-depth look at how humans and lakes affect each other, and how we value healthy lake ecosystems.
The Virginia Tech citizen science water monitoring program that began in Flint has received new money for ongoing work.
Researchers using weather bikes tap into their potential for studying urban heat, air pollution and the effectiveness of green infrastructure.