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Critical Zone Observatory Sensor Blog Launched

Remote water sampling control board with prepaid cell phone. Photo: Steve Hicks (Christina River Basin CZO)

04 Dec 2012

Image: Remote water sampling control board with prepaid cell phone. Photo: Steve Hicks (Christina River Basin CZO) [Click image to enlarge]

Steve Hicks, Stroud Water Research Center’s research engineer, has launched a blog aimed at sharing wireless sensor network ideas, designs, and source code generated by the Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory work. Visit the blog at http://czo.stroudcenter.org/sensors/


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Custom devices for wireless sensor networks

Custom devices such as a remote streamwater sampling system and a multi-chamber respirometer controller can be built using open-source Arduino microprocessor boards. For wireless sensor network ideas, designs, and source code, visit the CRB-CZO sensor blog.


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Publications

2012

Creative Uses of Custom Electronics for Environmental Monitoring at the Christina River Basin CZO. Hicks, S., Aufdenkampe, A., and Montgomery, D. (2012): American Geophysical Union Annual Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 3-7, 2012

2011

A wireless environmental sensor network based on open-source electronics for the Christina River Basin CZO. Hicks, S., Aufdenkampe, A., Lazareva, O., Montgomery, D., Kaplan, L., Newbold, D., Levia, D., Sparks, D.L. (2011): CZO National Meeting, Tucson, Arizona

2011

A wireless environmental sensor network using open-source electronics for the Christina River Basin CZO. Hicks, S., Aufdenkampe, A., Lazareva, O., Karwan, D. Montgomery, D. (2011): Joint USGS- CUAHSI Workshop on Optical Water Quality Sensor Networks, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, June

2011

Sensor Networks, Dataloggers, and Other Handy Gadgets Using Open-Source Electronics for the Christina River Basin CZO. Hicks, S., Aufdenkampe, A, and Montgomery, D. (2011): American Geophysical Union Annual Fall Meeting, December 4-10, 2011


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