We've compiled some at http://publiclab.org/turbidity and https://publiclab.org/wiki/turbidity_se...
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by warren |
January 09, 2018 17:02 |
We've compiled some at http://publiclab.org/turbidity and https://publiclab.org/wiki/turbidity_sensing (thanks to @donblair!), but what have we missed, either DIY methods or lab methods or commercial products?
@gilbert has compiled some more information on this over here: https://publiclab.org/notes/gilbert/09-22-2017/turbidity-mesurement-methods-regulations -- thanks!
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I've noticed there are a couple different methods for monitoring turbidity:
I'm wondering, under what conditions would I choose between these different methods? Posted that question here.
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Folks at NASA AREN (#aren) sent this over -- a smartphone method for water color, interesting!
The prevalence of cell phones among teachers and students provides for the possibility of water quality monitoring with minimal financial investment (In contrast, the Hach turbidity meter used to calibrate HydroColor costs ~$1,000.00). The only investment required (assuming an iPhone is available) is a photographers gray card, which can be purchased for a few dollars.
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