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What environmental problems might this apply to
- For example, particulate matter in air, turbidity in water, lead in soil?
What limitations does the method have
- not weather proof? needs a calibration?
- has it been done?
- who has done it?
What is the design philosophy
- What decisions did you make while designing a method for approaching the problem?
- See Riffle's design philosophy
Where is the project's home page
- It could be this page right here, but also perhaps it has its own website, and/or also uses github
Where do conversations happen
[prompt:paragraph:For instance which PL mailing lists or external forums]
About the data
- What types of data does the method produce (visual, numeric, graphs, charts)
- How to access the data, where is it kept, maintained, accessed, who can get it
- How does the data compare to other commercial methods or governmentally recognized methods?
How to get one
- if available, provide a link to the kit in our store, or the product on another site.
Activities should include a materials list, costs and a step-by-step guide to construction with photos. Learn what makes a good activity here.
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