A page to collect project documentation and open questions on a range of topics for a December wo...
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A page to collect project documentation and open questions on a range of topics for a December workshop in Madeira.
Also, see @warren's talk here: https://publiclab.org/notes/warren/12-20-2017/open-institute-presentation-on-facilitating-community-science
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The Infragram project brings together a range of different efforts to make Do-It-Yourself plant health comparisons possible with infrared photography. Vineyards, large farms, and NASA all use near-infrared photography for assessment, usually by mounting expensive sensors on airplanes and satellites. Infrared analysis is used for a variety of things, but most focus on assessing plant health, such as:
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