Environmental Monitoring

2Loud?: Community mapping of exposure to traffic noise with mobile phones.

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Sep 01, 2014

Despite ample medical evidence of the adverse impacts of traffic noise on health, most policies for traffic noise management are arbitrary or incomplete, resulting in serious social and economic impacts.

Mobile devices for community-based REDD+ monitoring: a case study for Central Vietnam.

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Jan 24, 2013

Monitoring tropical deforestation and forest degradation is one of the central elements for the Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in developing countries (REDD+) scheme. Current arrangements for monitoring are based on remote sensing and field measurements.

[Creation and validation of the SPRING Internet site].

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Jul 03, 2003

The Internet SPRING site has been created by five pollen european nets in relation with the spanish telephony firm: SADIEL.

Targeting low-arsenic groundwater with mobile-phone technology in Araihazar, Bangladesh.

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Mar 19, 2007

The Bangladesh Arsenic Mitigation and Water Supply Program (BAMWSP) has compiled field-kit measurements of the arsenic content of groundwater for nearly five million wells.

Precision, accuracy, and application of diver-towed underwater GPS receivers.

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Feb 28, 2012

Diver-towed global positioning systems (GPS) handhelds have been used for a few years in underwater monitoring studies. We modeled the accuracy of this method using the software KABKURR originally developed by the University of Rostock for fishing and marine engineering.

Radioactive uranium measurement in vivo using a handheld interfaced analyzer.

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Sep 07, 2010

A trace uranium (U) detection method was developed with a handheld voltammetric analyzer that was the size of a mobile phone, with working sensors made of simple graphite pencil electrode (PE).

Improving estimates of air pollution exposure through ubiquitous sensing technologies.

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Mar 13, 2013

Traditional methods of exposure assessment in epidemiological studies often fail to integrate important information on activity patterns, which may lead to bias, loss of statistical power, or both in health effects estimates.

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