Water Blogged

Women in Science: Guiding the Future of the Atchafalaya

The Atchafalaya Basin is the largest wetland and swamp in the United States – encompassing ~ 1.4 million acres in south Louisiana between the Atchafalaya River and the Gulf of Mexico. Altered hydrology has greatly impacted the overall health of the basin, with some areas... Read the Full Story

Water Quality Mapping at Hydroelectric Impoundments

To assist with a hydroelectric company’s compliance with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission monitoring requirements, Affiliated Researchers helped develop, implement, and manage a water quality monitoring program at 4 hydroelectric impoundments. The... Read the Full Story

Students Respond To The Global Water Crisis

YSI/Xylem Watermark volunteers partnered with local Yellow Springs High School ninth grade class to provide first-hand perspectives during their semester-long Project Based Learning curriculum focused on all things water. Throughout the semester, Watermark volunteers... Read the Full Story

How a Bus Ad Was the Start of a Beautiful Friendship

It sounds like the start of a romantic comedy, the ultimate “meet cute” setup—a lovely friendship starts from random glances at a bus stop. But that’s exactly how Justin Stockley, Southeast Asia Surface Water Manager for Xylem in Perth, Australia, connected nearby Edith Cowan University (ECU). Driving his daughter to basketball practice, Stockley noticed a... Read the Full Story