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Scientists Endure Deluge to Study Tropical Streams

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Photo showing a raging torrent of water overflowing its banks in Puerto Rico.

Ashley Golphin of Kent State University explores the forests of Puerto Rico, while investigating the effects of land use on tropical stream ecosystems. Here, the Sonadora stream.

Credit: Ashley Golphin, Kent State University


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Photo of Ashley Golphin presenting a poster of her research at the University of Puerto Rico

Ashley Golphin presented a poster presentation of her research at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras.

Credit: Keysa Rosas, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras


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Photo of stream where Ashley Golphin and colleagues measured the reach from first to last riffle.

At each stream, Ashley Golphin and her colleagues measured the reach from the first riffle sampled to the last riffle sampled.

Credit: Ashley Golphin, Kent State University


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