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Public Lab Community Newsletter July 6, 2014

by Shannon | July 06, 2014 23:38 | 1,134 views | 0 comments | #10664 | 1,134 views | 0 comments | #10664 06 Jul 23:38

This week in the Public Lab community newsletter, hear updates from the west and east coasts on mapping shorelines, rivers and bays, join an intro to water quality workshop in Cambridge, MA and participate in OpenHour tomorrow, focused on near infrared imaging. Enjoy!

Upcoming events

Monday, July 7: OpenHour on Near-Infrared Imaging, 8:00PM EST on Google Hangout. Join us here! This week on OpenHour we will be discussing Near-Infrared Imaging and infragram.org! Ned Horning and Dorn Cox will be joining us in discussing: The science and technology behind NIR, Examples of it in use, and Where this technology could head in the future! Come with your questions, comments and discussion topics on Near-Infrared Imaging!

Intro to Water Quality Workshop! Where: Room 525, MIT Media Lab When: 11 AM to 5 PM on July 12th 2014 RSVP: Please RSVP here (there will be room for about 20 folks) Details: Check out information on the wiki: http://publiclab.org/wiki/open-water-events

If you’re located in Maine, on July 17th consider doing an aerial overflight with LightHawk and Friends of Penobscot Bay.

New and ongoing projects

Balloon mapping for community building at the Los Angeles River: http://publiclab.org/notes/mlamadrid/06-29-2014/la-river-balloon-mapping-for-community-building

Megan Jain, an intern at CivicLab Chicago, is working on an aerial mapping guide for elementary and middle school students. Comments welcome! http://publiclab.org/notes/mjain26/07-01-2014/youth-balloon-mapping-workshop-second-draft

Gena Wirth updates us on two ongoing projects in New York, Raritan Bay Tottenville shoreline mapping and a preliminary stitch of dredge island planting day in Jamaica Bay.

Oil testing and comparison continues to progress with an update from a workshop yesterday at Fab10 in Barcelona.

Research Note highlights

If anything was missed, please email the list or post a research note. Hope that those in the U.S. had an enjoyable extended weekend and that everyone has a great upcoming week! Shannon

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