The Studies

Overview

How do studies work?

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Bio Assay

Tests water quality with Ceriodaphnia dubia.

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Bio Assessment

Monitors populations of macroscopic invertebrates.

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Botany

Catalogs and tracks populations of native and invasive plant species.

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Chemistry

Monitors the chemical content and conditions of the creek.

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Habitat

Measures physical features, like water depth and vegetation density, to assess general creek health.

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Long Mapping

Tracks the yearly shape and flow of the creek, and provides geographical references for other studies.

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Outreach

Educates the public about the creek and environmental issues, and writes grants to keep the project funded.

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Restoration

Works with other studies to pinpoint invasive species, toxins, and pollution, and fix these problems to improve creek health.

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Sediments

Monitors the composition of creek soil, and it's effect on creek life.

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Technology

Maintains the various digital arms of the creek, and creates training videos for the studies.

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Vertebrates

Monitors the population of birds and other vertebrate species.

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