- Universities team up to track Atlantic sturgeon and prevent accidental bycatchPosted 13 hours ago
- Nitrate enters groundwater-fed streams decades after field applicationPosted 15 hours ago
- GIS mapping tool will help Wisconsin fish farm startups plot their pondsPosted 2 days ago
- Vaisala WXT520: Weather station designed with monitoring systems in mindPosted 2 days ago
- Sensors to help sort out Storm Lake’s sediment issues in IowaPosted 3 days ago
- Coal mining and stream insects: Researchers explore the TDS connectionPosted 6 days ago
- NexSens CB-Series coastal buoys offer flexibility in monitoring system designPosted 6 days ago
- Ohio State University’s experimental wetland research park seeks scientistsPosted 9 days ago
The week in monitoring news (July 27, 2012)
Environmental monitoring in the news this week:
- Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to monitor air quality at shale drilling sites, via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
- University of Maryland recruits Navy-developed unmanned vehicle to monitor Chesapeake Bay hypoxia, Hudson River sediment, via Military and Aerospace Electronics.
- NOAA, the University of Toledo and Blue Water Satellite, Inc. are partnering to track algae and measure phosphorous in Lake Erie by satellite, via Government Computer News.
- Scottish researchers are tagging basking sharks with tracking devices and broadcasting the sharks’ movements online, via BBC News.