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Nurdle Patrol’s 10-minute beach survey for plastic pellets
Monitoring Bee Behavior with a Raspberry Pi
Identifying Pockets of Air Pollution at the Neighborhood Scale
Sweep and Pan vs Scoop and Sift: Methods for Nurdle Retrieval
How to manage nature disaster recovery?
Thinking about local level advocacy
Can you detect pvc microplastics with a nvdi camera?
Round-table discussion on the concept of citizen science
Repairing a kite's stick with a fiber glass safety marker
Anyboby with experience in measuring IR emissions between 8-13 um ?
Querying the US National Response Center's data for reports of "plastic" to the US Coast Guard, with Skytruth.org
Does anyone aware of heat sensors that can record INDOOR heat intensity at 5-10 minutes intervals?
Headless configuration and learning Shell, command lines, and git
Hacking the Hudson River
A balloon mapping event at MPavilion (Melbourne, Australia)
New Developments in Multi-Spectral Drone Imaging in the Ultraviolet Band
Public Lab Job Posting: Kits Fulfillment Coordinator
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