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News Release 11-175

Hurricane Irene: Scientists Collect Water Quality and Climate Change Data from Huge Storm

Researchers pursue new information from East Coast hurricane

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Photo of a man crossing a flooded street.

Storms that led to flood conditions in White Clay Creek, Pa., are a research opportunity.

Credit: Stroud Water Research Center, Dave Arscott


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Photo of scientists Sara Geleskie and Jessica Duffy measuring stream flow.

Stroud Water Research Center scientists Sara Geleskie and Jessica Duffy measure stream flow.

Credit: Stroud Water Research Center, Denis Newbold


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Photo of researchers preparing instruments that gathered data on Hurricane Irene.

Researchers prepared instruments that gathered data on Hurricane Irene effects.

Credit: Stroud Water Research Center, Anthony Aufdenkampe


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Image of a flooded area with houses on right side.

NSF's Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) studies the effects of storms and floods.

Credit: Stroud Water Research Center, Bern Sweeney


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