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Getting a Sense for Hurricanes
With multiple devastating hurricanes last year, it’s becoming increasingly important to measure their impacts in the short and long term. Discover the ways sensors are being used by USGS and other organizations to measure and forecast the effects of hurricanes.
Last summer, a garbage patch larger than Mexico was found in the South Pacific waters. It is believed that even small grassroots recycling efforts can help combat the trash islands taking over our oceans.
In the big scheme of things, half a degree doesn’t seem like much. A new study by Princeton University found that a half a degree increase in the global temperature could mean big changes for flooding.
Submersible water logger for measuring dissolved oxygen with LCD Screen.
The miniDOT you know and love, but now available in clear with an internal LCD screen displaying real-time measurements.Learn more about the new miniDOT Clear logger.
global water crisis isn’t always about shortage
As climate change continues to disrupt the Earth’s water cycle, communities around the globe are facing “Day Zero”.