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Data Loggers for Environmental Monitoring

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Environmental Monitoring

MadgeTech offers a wide range of data loggers for environmental monitoring applications. They are commonly used for measuring wind speed, temperature, humidity, pH, rainfall, soil moisture and barometric pressure. Many models are available, including multi-channel, submersible, standalone and wireless devices..

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Wetlands are the link between land and water, occasionally breaking away and becoming floating islands of vegetation. Although all we see is grass and shrubbery, below the water's surface the wetlands are performing important functions for people and wildlife. The benefits were the inspiration behind a new water treatment technology.

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In a world that was mainly dependent on fossil fuels for hundreds of years, it's no surprise that the consequences are catching up with us. In recent news, air pollution is the leading environmental cause of death on the planet, and is to blame for 2.2 million deaths in China and India in 2015 alone. As society continues to wean away from the use of fossil fuels, one startup company has found a way to put pollutants to good use.

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A world without diapers would be a messy one, but in all actuality it's really the diapers that are causing a mess. According to the Real Diaper Association, around 27 billion disposable diapers are used every year in the United States, making up about 20% of total waste in landfills. Once you toss them in the trash it's not the end of them. Since diapers aren't biodegradable, they are actually toxic to the environment.

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Water is essential to life, delivering the nutrients and vitamins we need to live. While water may be portrayed as a basic commodity, some countries, like the United States, could soon see changes in availability. As residents in Flint, Michigan continue to fight for access to clean drinking water, there's also another problem lurking in the pipelines; the rising costs of water rates.

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In spite of the partisan scuffling that currently defines the atmosphere in Washington D.C., representatives from every position on the political spectrum came together on one issue this December: water. On December 10, Congress overwhelmingly passed the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act (WIIN), and less than a week later, President Obama signed it into law. WIIN's goal is to improve the health and viability of American waterways, protect drinking water quality and keep the US's harbors and ports up to the standards of the modern world.

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The twenty-first century has seen amazing growth in a number of fields, including technology, communication and media. One less glamorous point of growth: bed bugs. By the early 1980s, Americans thought the pests were a problem of the past, but according to the National Pest Management Association, calls for infestations of the blanket-lurking bloodsuckers went up over 70% between 2000 and 2005. To make matters worse, researchers now fear that the tropical bed bug, not seen in this country for over 60 years, may be making a resurgence.

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The thought of the North Pole in winter summons spellbinding images of virgin snow, exotic wildlife and possibly a magical workshop into many people’s heads. This winter, however, the North Pole is in the grips of a heatwave that has climate scientists and reindeer alike deeply concerned.

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