The Water SCIENCE Monitor performs analysis of inexpensive chemical water quality tests, enabling students to evaluate the health of water bodies near their schools and share, map, and visualize the data online.
By using the app on a mobile device in conjunction with a DIY microscope (not included), students are also able to capture magnified photographs and videos of samples taken from lakes and rivers, assess the turbidity of the water, and document the presence of invertebrate life forms or visible contaminants.
- Easily enter data using the app's simple form and your device's camera
- Submit data from anywhere you can connect to the internet
- Data is saved to an online database and visualized for later study
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