We share stories about the lakes in our study, our partners and volunteer citizen scientists, as well as interesting results from our research. To sign up to receive the newsletter by email, visit our Stay Informed page.
Are LOCSS Citizen Scientists Accurate? LOCSS Expands to New Hampshire!
Congratulations Sarina Little!; Meet a Citizen Scientist: Don Wilson
Why Are Lakes Important to People? What Is Unique About Our Study Lakes? LOCSS and Covid-19
LOCSS During the COVID-19 Outbreak, Troubleshooting Problems with Data Reporting
Highs and Lows for Each Lake in 2019, What's In Store For 2020
2019 Year In Review, 5000 Measurements, Bangladesh Lake Data Available
Measuring Lake Height in Winter, LOCSS at AGU, Happy Holidays!
1000 Citizen Scientists, Sharing LOCSS With Lake Managers, Newly Designed Website
How LOCSS Will Help Us Trust a New NASA Satellite, LOCSS Shared with Environmental Educators
How Do We Choose Our Study Lakes, The Importance of Local Partners
New Study Lakes in France, Our 3000th Measurement
New Study Lakes in Washington, LOCSS in Massachusetts
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