I realize that this isn't a pressing environmental issue, but our local environmental group is lo...
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by MadTinker |
August 25, 2019 23:10 |
I realize that this isn't a pressing environmental issue, but our local environmental group is looking into obtaining a Dark Sky designation. Pointers to data collection experience, mapping, etc would be appreciated.
We have a new search function that makes it a little easier to find things on the site-- take a look here!: https://publiclab.org/search?q=light%20pollution
I found a few folks who were thinking about light pollution-- maybe some of @PeterDH 's posts would be an interesting place to start?
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Thanks, nothing showed up using the usual search fn. I’ll definitely track these links down
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