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Celebrating 30-years of Field Studies

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Celebrating 30-years of Field StudiesMay 22, 2024 | Field Studies | Jennifer TraskAs Waterborne concludes its 30-year celebration and begins the next decade of innovation and services, we have much to celebrate and be thankful …

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Modern GIS and Remote Sensing

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Modern Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote SensingMay 22, 2024 | Field Studies | Relating geographic data, especially seemingly random or disconnected data, was once a challenging effort requiring countless hours and calculations to produce …

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From High Winds to Apocalypse: Living and Working Through the Smokehouse Creek Fires

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From High Winds to Apocalypse: Living and Working Through the Smokehouse Creek FiresApril 22, 2024 | Field Studies | Travis Thompson, Senior ScientistOn February 26, 2024, a cold front moving into Amarillo, TX from the …

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PFAS: Despite a Flurry of Federal Activity, We’re Still Waiting on Limits

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PFAS: Despite a Flurry of Federal Activity, We’re Still Waiting on LimitsFebruary 28, 2024 | Field Studies | Poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have emerged as a significant topic of concern in recent years, drawing …

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Waterborne Through the Ages

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Waterborne Through the AgesJanuary 31, 2024 | Field Studies | There’s no doubt that our work as environmental scientists and engineers has evolved over the years. These changes have been in direct response to regulatory …

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Insects as Climate Change Indicators: Meet the Woolly Caterpillar

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Insects as Climate Change Indicators: Meet the Woolly CaterpillarNovember 29, 2023 | Field Studies | In the intricate web of our environment, insects are indispensable bioindicators, offering profound insights into the complex repercussions of climate …

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A DFOP-based PRZM model to predict non-first order degradation and subsurface transport in soil and groundwater

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A DFOP-based PRZM model to predict non-first order degradation and subsurface transport in soil and groundwaterNovember 29, 2023 | Field Studies | Chemicals applied to a field have the potential for degradation to be underestimated …

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Bioswales: A Natural Tool in the War Against Urban Pollutants

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Bioswales: A Natural Tool in the War Against Urban PollutantsOctober 30, 2023 | Field Studies | Urban areas face an ongoing battle against water pollutants that wash from our sidewalks and roads into waterways throughout …

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From Doppler to Home Depot Runs, Flooding Has Changed Field Study Sampling

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From Doppler to Home Depot, Flooding Has Changed Field Study SamplingSeptember 27, 2023 | Field Studies | Floods and their devastating effects have dominated headlines around the world. Yet, not every flood leads to death …