algae
algae


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stevie "hi @tmclean1 !! I think I remember you saying these weren't algae bloom lines in the water, but maybe something else? I can't remember what you sa..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
stevie "Thanks for the answer. One of the problems I think we'd run into in Louisiana is that the water is pretty muddy there (the Muddy Mississip!!). This..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
cfastie "The intense red tide blooms (Karenia brevis) in the Gulf of Mexico are easy to detect with normal color photography because they are red (top image..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
MaggPi "Not sure if all algae blooms have the same red color but it looks like the ones in Florida peak at 700nm. See: https://hyspiri.jpl.nasa.gov/downl..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
whiteice217 "There is a service I heard about on a TED talk at www.planet.com. Apparently they are using satellites to take daily pictures of the earth for comp..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
warren "Wow, this is a great map! " | Read more » about 6 years ago
eustatic "cool, i don t think that mine got published " | Read more » about 6 years ago
difautsch "I’ll see ya there! " | Read more » about 6 years ago
WaterGeek "Great work and super useful for citizen's looking to track the quality and state of open water. We've been looking into something like this for dri..." | Read more » over 6 years ago
MadTinker "I would add the following: alkalinity, hardness, and perhaps ORP " | Read more » over 6 years ago
lbarcelo "How did you resolve these issues? " | Read more » over 8 years ago
cooperbreeden "David, I'm wanting to explore using this technology down in Nashville TN to monitor algae blooms. It's still completely brand new to me but I'd lov..." | Read more » about 9 years ago
warren "@wattminder - have you seen some of the recent work with the Riffle, for conductivity monitoring of water? http://publiclab.org/wiki/riffle Also f..." | Read more » about 10 years ago
warren "Ah oops, i'd already linked to it! Sorry! " | Read more » over 10 years ago
warren "That'd be great - perhaps we could coordinate some kind of public outdoor activity. Are you on the boston discussion list? http://publiclab.org/lists " | Read more » over 10 years ago
dsittenfeld "Hi wow! Hadn't noticed all of this activity; thanks for the great ideas and links. I'm hoping to do more of this over the summer and would be happ..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
warren "http://publiclab.org/notes/warren/6-6-2011/chlorophyll-imaging-track-algal-blooms may also be a good resource. " | Read more » over 10 years ago
cfastie "David, Did you see this note about the potential to indicate the presence of cyanobacteria using the difference between NDVI made with infrablue an..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
eustatic "interested. i have a pal who works at Stennis space center looking at ocean color, and she was v interested in infragram. She will be going on a c..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
warren "Well, when the time comes, i'm happy to help you connect with others in the area who are using multispectral photography; there's a Boston-area mai..." | Read more » almost 11 years ago
dsittenfeld "Hi Jeff, Sorry I was away from internet for a while and just seeing this. The place where we were trying is generally a pretty good place to look..." | Read more » almost 11 years ago
warren "Hi, David - exciting possibilities. Is there a place where blooms may be more common so you can do a proof of concept? Great to see you using Infra..." | Read more » almost 11 years ago
warren "I ended up trying some semi-opaque plastic but indeed the light has to be really strong as a result: http://publiclab.org/notes/warren/07-31-2013/m..." | Read more » almost 11 years ago
philippg "@warren: as sensitivity is my main concern, i'd really avoid masking even more intensity. i'm currently experimenting a bit with possible diffusors..." | Read more » about 11 years ago