An assessment of water use at the Yorkville Market to identify feasible water conservation solutions.
We study how a novel bacteria, Pseudomonas veronii, reduces the toxicity of a widespread soluable industrial waste product.
Since 2011, Sonoma State students have collected water samples from Copeland Creek to determine the extent of fecal contamination.
Aquatic macroinvertebrate communities are sensitive to water quality. These projects characterize and monitor macroinvertebrates at multiple locations on Copeland Creek.
Projects identifying the best locations for a communication towers that are part of the Osborn Preserve environmental sensor network.
We used a 3-D printer to create an accurate topographical model that improves education about watershed processes at the Osborn Preserve.
We studied the effects of wastewater treatment on two commonly used antibiotics: Azithromycin and Doxycycline.
We are exploring the use of remote sensing data to analyze the water quality of the North Bay Area with NASA Landsat imagery that allows us to quantify the amount of chlorophyll in any body of water.
We created virtual reality software that enhances user understanding of how atmospheric variables change during a rain event.
Multiple studies on the effects of fire damage on soils after the Tubbs and Nuns fires in 2017 in Sonoma County.