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joyofsoy "Awesome resource! " | Read more » 6 months ago
joyofsoy "Thanks for the feedback! Yes, everyone can understand concerns for your family and community, right? It really helps cut through the divisions. " | Read more » 9 months ago
joyofsoy "Welcome! What kind of case studies are you looking for? Here are some that have been shared on Public Lab: https://publiclab.org/tag/data-advocacy-..." | Read more » 9 months ago
joyofsoy "They're in Jersey, but this place seems to offer CD recycling via mail: https://www.backthruthefuture.com/free-cddvd-recycling/ " | Read more » 11 months ago
joyofsoy "Not sure if you've seen some resources that were posted here: https://publiclab.org/n/18505 From that page: If you are you trying to get baseline ..." | Read more » 11 months ago
joyofsoy "We were so glad to have the chat @sophied! Looking forward to seeing this project come to life! -Joe " | Read more » 12 months ago
joyofsoy "The quote is suspect. Unless the mine has been lined with clay or with plastic, internal drainage implies that the storm water and the wastewater p..." | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "My response in the thread: From this article, I learned: As of January 2019, the quarry was producing gravel, limestone, and sand. Fracking was me..." | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "This is likely a contracted blasting service where the blasting company drills a "grid" of 5.5-6.5" bore holes (comparable to well water casings) ~..." | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Many companies do "bore" holes before they start mining. One requirement in the state of WI is that those bore holes be sealed so that contaminants..." | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "My limited understanding: looking for “veins” is done with a digger not by blasting. One seeks sand close to the surface where it’s easier to dig...." | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Just an update: I shared this question with our Midwest mailing list and received some very helpful responses, which is included in the thread below. " | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "I'd usually agree with you @liz, but I found some more research on the site, and in this case there's a mix of limestone, quartz, and other materia..." | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Yes, I figured that was the case but wanted to make sure that person's response was captured here. Have you seen these longer masks that go down t..." | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Shared this on Twitter and received some replies. The reply-by-tweet function didn't share the images properly in the comments above. Not the best..." | Read more » about 1 year ago
joyofsoy "@mmbaustian did exactly this in Barataria Basin! Curious to know the answer from Hoon — Cyndhia R. (@CoastalRedwoods) February 5, 2020 " | Read more » over 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Perhaps if you collect both secchi and turbidity data frequently over a long time period at different sites and plot all the data, you could identi..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Maybe you could make a daily calibration curve?— Diana R. Di Leonardo (@SwirlingSands) February 5, 2020 " | Read more » over 1 year ago
joyofsoy "You could maybe make one for a specific site but I'd want to test it over a long time period before using it.— Diana R. Di Leonardo (@SwirlingSands..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
joyofsoy "And if you were to come up with a conversion factor, I imagine it would probably be very site and time specific, it wouldn’t be a value you could a..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
joyofsoy "We shared this question on our social media and received these responses From my understanding, secchi disks are a measure of light penetration de..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Just talking to our education manager about your idea, she suggested possibly setting up long strips of sticky tape and using acetone to remove the..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Shared this on the Public Lab Twitter and received this response: Measuring conductivity might be a simple proxy...— Jérôme Pellet (@jeromepellet)..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
joyofsoy "Yes. In my opinion. They’ll catch the particles. The speed will depend on the degree of mixing , ventilation and the size of the restroom. You may ..." | Read more » over 1 year ago