There is a need to capture night-time activities of factory farming and other industries to check...
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asked on December 11, 2017 20:07
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There is a need to capture night-time activities of factory farming and other industries to check for violations.
jbreen has done some work on this! Check out this note from a few years ago: https://publiclab.org/notes/jbreen/10-17-2013/nighttime-balloon-mapping
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