(Above, DJUltis' MQI environmental recorder, posted last week. Read below to learn more!)
Apologies for the late newsletter, but it's a busy time of year! The next newsletter will also be the last one before the New Year.
Amazon is now listing Balloon Mapping Kits via Edmund Scientifics; this is in addition to the Foldable Mini-spectrometer which we have listed ourselves. Please write a review if you are feeling up to it!
This weekend, New Yorkers hosted a Newtown Creek mapping in Brooklyn -- read the event listing here: http://publiclab.org/notes/nicholas/12-02-2013/public-mapping-mission-newtown-creek
Upcoming: planning is in progress for some January flare spectrometry meetups in the New Orleans area -- be in touch on the Gulf Coast mailing list if you're interested, and keep your ears open for more announcements!
New and ongoing projects
Hot topics on the mailing lists
The Gowanus Canal Conservancy is looking for new team members to work on STEM education
Research Note highlights
Nathanathan has been exploring using glow in the dark paint to calibrate camera color sensors.
If anything was missed, please make sure to post a research note or send a message to the list. Have a great week everyone!