We work across disciplines and in diverse settings, from the Appalachian Mountains to the Arctic, from fisheries to farm land; seeking solutions that improve people’s lives and our natural world.
Scientists work at a network of laboratories across the state and field sites around the world to investigate and respond to today’s most pressing environmental challenges.
The winners of the Nutrient Sensor Challenge were announced at a special awards session at the Association for the Sciences of Limnology & Oceanography Aquatic Sciences (ASLO) meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Thursday, March 2.
In February—about six months after wrapping the first year of a study of this reo-like virus alongside watermen in Maryland, Virginia, and Louisiana—Eric Schott hosted a crab industry shedding workshop for watermen to talk about the virus and how to help crabs fight it.
Researchers from Horn Point Laboratory work with farmers to weigh best management practices like cover crops and stream buffers on water quality, looking for the best ways to combat harmful runoff from farms and lawns in the watershed.