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Taller de investigación fluvial DIY

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FECHA: 30/03/2018 - 01/04/2018

LUGAR: Calafou colonia ecoindustrial postcapitalista

El taller propone a las participantes diferentes métodos de investigación de fenómenos de contaminación fluvial con herramientas DIY. Se realizará una observación del río Anoia en superficie, grabación subacuática del cauce y se recogerán muestras para su posterior análisis, revisando durante el proceso los conceptos básicos de una correcta cadena de custodia de los materiales obtenidos.

Requerimientos: interacción y buen humor.

Recomendaciones: buen calzado para caminar con seguridad en las márgenes del río. Teléfono móvil con bateria y memoria suficiente y las aplicaciones Open Camera y OSMand instaladas. Gorra, crema solar y botella de agua. Si dispones de una cámara sumergible tráela ;)

https://calafou.org/es/content/hackeja-terra-2018-trayendo-hack-retorno-al-pueblo


DIY river research workshop

DATE: 03/30/2018 - 04/01/2018

PLACE: Calafou ecoindustrial postcapitalist colony

The workshop proposes to the participants different methods of investigation of fluvial contamination phenomena with DIY tools. An observation will be made of the river Anoia in surface, underwater recording of the channel and samples will be collected for its later analysis, revising during the process the basic concepts of a correct chain of custody of the obtained materials.

Requirements: interaction and good humour.

Recommendations: Good footwear for walking safely on the banks of the river. Mobile phone with battery and sufficient memory and Open Camera and Osmand applications installed. CAP, sunscreen and water bottle. If you have an underwater camera, bring it ;)

https://calafou.org/en/content/hackeja-terra-2018-giving-back-hacking-people


This event is on 03-31-2018 iCal


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