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The Christina River Basin supplies drinking water to half million people and contains the nation's only Wild & Scenic Watershed

Stroud Water Research Center and the University of Delaware have a long history of partnering with the over dozen federal, state, and local agencies charged with managing the CRB's natural resources.  Read more >

The CRB-CZO team is actively sharing its open-source wireless sensor technologies and cyber-infrastructure developments with local partners.  Read more >

Steve Hicks (right) of Stroud and Olesya Lazareva (second from right), a postdoctoral researcher at UD, demonstrate the environmental sensors used in their research for DNREC attendees at the workshop. Photo: Kathy Atkinson (University of Delaware).



Water Resources Research Special Collection: Concentration-discharge relations in the critical zone

30 Oct 2017 - Water Resources Research published a new special collection in September 2017 featuring concentration-discharge research from multiple CZOs.


2017 CZO Webinar Series: Critical Zone and Society

06 Apr 2017 - 2017 CZO Webinar Series: Critical Zone and Society.

Christina Basin Task Force Explores WikiWatershed

08 Mar 2013 - Christina Basin Clean Water Partnership Task Force Explores Potential for WikiWatershed to Engage Stakeholders and Public

Watershed symposium: UD research presented at White Clay Creek symposium

05 Oct 2012 - Faculty and students from the University of Delaware presented research on watershed issues at a recent symposium that brought together a variety of...

Restoration highlights from 2012 Christina River Basin Bus Tour

27 Sep 2012 - A blog post describing recent stream restoration efforts highlighted on the 2012 annual Christina River Basin Bus Tour.

Public Seminar: Aufdenkampe on Big Data and Sustainability

29 Aug 2012 - Earth Observation and the Explosion of Earth Data: How emerging tools and approaches are enabling 21st century scientists to address sustainability

Open-Source Sensor Keynote to PA Conservation District Watershed Specialists

14 Oct 2011 - Anthony Aufdenkampe and Steve Hicks presented “Wireless Sensor Networks for Watershed Assessment – Emerging Technologies" to PA Watershed Specialists

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