I’ll be seeing many of you at GOSH '22 in Panama in October, but I wanted to mention a workshop we are hosting next month for teaching people how to measure water quality with real-time monitoring stations using open source electronics. We’re working with CUAHSI (The Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Sciences) to host this 2-day event at our research lab (Stroud Water Research Center) near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. The dates for the workshop are September 27-28, 2022.
The workshop will instruct participants on how to program the open-source EnviroDIY Mayfly Data Logger with customizable code (shared on Github) that has been created for use with a wide variety of off-the-shelf water sensors, and deploy it as part of an EnviroDIY Monitoring Station that will stream live data to a web portal. Participants will be provided with all the supplies needed to fully participate in the workshop while on site.
Complete details and link to register can be found on the event page.