Small, digital mayfly data loggers are helping experts and laypeople alike monitor water health at the watershed level.
Researchers reveal that a more intense series of hurricanes hitting Puerto Rico is changing stream chemistry in its watersheds.
Forested watersheds turned from green to grey by widespread bark beetle infestations are also yielding more water than they once did.
The EPA has reported in a recent press release that chlorpyrifos, a popular insecticide, may cause health risks that are too high for workers who handle it. It can also have a negative impact on watersheds, though...