Developed in cooperation with Stroud Water Research Center
The Stroud Water Research Center is a scientific and educational institution dedicated to understanding, preserving and restoring streams, rivers and their watersheds throughout the world. Founded in 1967, the Stroud center is located in the White Clay Watershed of the Chester County, Pennsylvania. Interdisciplinary research teams develop and communicate new ecological ideas and methods that provide solutions for water resource problems.
The Center''s educational programs seek to disseminate the findings of the research projects, serve as a resource for science teachers and students, and enhance the stewardship of watersheds.
- Dichotomous Identification Key To Freshwater Macroinvertebrates
Order Code #: 5882-DK-6
- Aquatic Macroinvertebrates: Insect Identification Flashcards
Order Code #: 5882-SA1
- Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Life Cycle & Habitat Flashcards
Order Code #: 5946