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Edge of Field Monitoring in the School Branch Watershed

Last December we announced that we were building on over ten years of research in the Eagle Creek watershed by developing a long-term partnership to monitor water quality and quantity in School Branch, a small (8.4 mi2) subwatershed of the Eagle Creek Watershed. Last Friday we launched the project with a field tour of the project watershed.

FEH News

We try to avoid cross-posting on the CEES and FEH websites. CEES involvement in the Indiana Fluvial Erosion Hazard (FEH) Mitigation Program is most often discussed on the FEH website – but sometimes FEH projects are at the intersection of science, policy, and art, and then we want to share them with a broader audience. The CEES website is the place to do that.

The World's Water

USGS Global Water

More excellent water science from the USGS:

School Branch Watershed

Starkey Farms 2011

CEES is continuing to build on more than 10 years of research in the Eagle Creek Watershed by entering into an innovative collaboration between a federal agency, a state University, and a family farm.

Great Flood of 1913

Be sure to see the exhibit at the Indiana Historical Society "A City Underwater" for a fascinating look at the impact of the Flood of 1913 on Indianapolis.

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