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National Science Foundation

LoVoTECS Coordinator and Volunteer Scientists Mount/Calibrate Aquatic Sensors in New Hampshire

Caption: Errin Volitis, LoVoTECS network coordinator, helps volunteer scientists mount and calibrate aquatic sensors installed in over 87 rivers and streams across New Hampshire. The NH LoVo TECS Network derives from Lotic Volunteer Network with the sensors recording temperature, electrical conductivity, and stage (TECS). The network is coordinated by a group of researchers, staff and students at Plymouth State University, and implemented by a broad group of partners, including educators, researchers, government agencies, non-profit organizations and citizen scientists.

Credit: Errin Volitis, Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University.

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