I don't see that you're involved in ionising radiation, I live on the ocean in the central Califo...
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by ZzzPopFzzz |
December 24, 2017 22:08 |
I don't see that you're involved in ionising radiation, I live on the ocean in the central California coast. I have lab equipment for measuring NON ionising fields if you have any interest in that area.
If you were interested in collecting data on radiation from water or seaweed near your house or lab, posting it here on Public Lab in a research note could be a great way to document what you find and share it with a large audience. Have you already done some preliminary testing?
Here are some project that might be of interest:
Kelp Watch is no longer collecting data but could be worth contacting.
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