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  • National Reconnaissance of Emerging Contaminants in the Nation's Waters (809)

    The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has implemented a national reconnaissance to provide baseline information on the potential environmental occurrence of select "emerging contaminants" (such as human and veterinary pharmaceuticals,industrial and household wastewater products, and sex and steroidal hormones) in streams. (11/9/2000)

  • 'Cross The Wide Missouri (866)

    Eight sites of biological significance on the Missouri River System within North Dakota are highlighted. Online version of Power et al. 2000. 'Cross the wide Missouri: Significant Missouri River system biological sites. North Dakota Outdoors 63(8):6-20. (10/11/2000)

  • Long Term Resource Monitoring Program of the Upper Mississippi River System (883)

    Access to a wide variety of biological, physical, spatial, graphic and written information relating to the Upper Mississippi River system and adjoining geographical areas. (6/18/1999)

  • California Rivers (1771)

    The California Rivers Assessment (CARA) is a computer-based data management system designed to give resource managers, policy-makers, landowners, scientists and interested citizens rapid access to essential information and tools with which to make sound decisions about the conservation and use of California's rivers. (10/1/1998)

  • U.S. Geological Survey Data Online. (849)

    Gaging information (discharge, water quality, etc.) (10/1/1998)

  • River Watch Network (1037)

    Harnessing the power of people and communities to monitor, restore, and protect the world's rivers. (10/1/1998)

What's New
  • Making Waves Ep. 23: Freshwater Salinization, Dr. Miguel Cañedo-Argüelles more
  • Announcement of SFS Endorsement of the March for Science more
  • March 2017 Issue of Freshwater Science now online more
  • 2017 Instars Fellowship applications now available more
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  • Emily Bernhardt's President's Environment: Be Kind more
  • Read the Spring 2016 issue of in the drift! more
  • Upcoming deadlines for the Fourth Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology

  • New BRIDGES cluster highlights rapid evidence synthesis in environmental causal assessments

  • New publication describes the fate and ecological effects of amphetamine on biofilm, seston, and aquatic insect communities

  • SFS Bibliography Update:  The 2014 SFS Bibliography is available. 

  • New publication describes dataset developed to assess aquatic condition and watershed integrity


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