Chesapeake Water Watch
The Chesapeake Water Watch is a joint project between the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) and the City College of New York (CCNY). Our researchers are developing new ways to use remote sensing to fill in water monitoring gaps. We are partnering with Riverkeepers and individuals like you to collect data with simple-to-use scientific equipment and smartphone applications.
Geographic Scope: Tidal regions of the Chesapeake Bay
Project Status: Active - recruiting volunteers
Participation Tasks: Data analysis, Data entry, Geolocation, Identification, Learning, Measurement, Observation, Problem solving, Sample analysis, Site selection and/or description, Specimen/sample collection,
Start Date: 06/1/2021
Project Contact: email@example.com
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Fields of Science: Astronomy and space, Biology, Chemistry, Climate and weather, Computers and technology, Ecology and environment, Geology and earth science, Nature and outdoors, Ocean/water and marine
Intended Outcomes: Chesapeake Water Watch seeks to use remote sensing to fill in water monitoring gaps in the Chesapeake Bay.