We've compiled some at http://publiclab.org/turbidity and https://publiclab.org/wiki/turbidity_se...
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What are water quality parameters we should monitor to understand our local stream health?
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How do I choose a method for monitoring turbidity?
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warren asked on January 09, 2018 17:02
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We've compiled some at http://publiclab.org/turbidity and https://publiclab.org/wiki/turbidity_sensing (thanks to @donblair!), but what have we missed, either DIY methods or lab methods or commercial products?
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@gilbert has compiled some more information on this over here: https://publiclab.org/notes/gilbert/09-22-2017/turbidity-mesurement-methods-regulations -- thanks!
I've noticed there are a couple different methods for monitoring turbidity:
I'm wondering, under what conditions would I choose between these different methods? Posted that question here.
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