The week in monitoring news (Aug. 17, 2012)

By on August 17, 2012
Environmental Monitoring news roundup

This week in environmental monitoring news:

  • High-tech systems aim to monitor South Carolina ocean waters, via WMBF News.
  • First Nations slam oilsands monitoring, via the Canadian Press.
  • Shanghai logs its longest stretch of cleanest air since monitoring began, via East Day.
  • The U.S. Navy FLIP: a radical ship for ocean-atmosphere research, via the Washington Post.
  • UC researchers: Sensors to predict snowmelt, increase water efficiency, via the Merced Sun-Star.
  • Radar study could help predict dangerous Great Lakes currents, via Great Lakes Echo.

About Jeff Gillies

Jeff Brooks-Gillies has written about science, energy and the environment for going on 10 years. He's a native Michigander who, after a stint in Colorado, lives in Indianapolis with his wife and two kids.

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