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Data Loggers for Environmental Monitoring

Data Loggers

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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The sky is the limit for an architect firm striving to design innovative skyscrapers, while improving the air quality in one Chinese city. Italian architect, Stefano Boeri, believes incorporating plants into his blueprints will help tackle the intense smog that pollutes the city of Nanjing, which is home to more than eight million people.

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This Earth Day, how would you like to "adopt" the planet? It's not a joke, NASA has actually sectioned off 64,000 individual sections of Earth to be virtually adopted by supporters as part of the "Adopt the Planet" awareness campaign.

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We have all been waiting on the return of spring, but as the temperatures begin to warm and the snow starts melting, the quality of the air we breathe only gets worse. Researchers from McGill University in Montreal say the seasonal transition has us breathing in a "toxic cocktail" caused from car emissions over the winter.

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An important component of pest management is proving to be losing its effectiveness with an all too common bloodsucking bug. A new study out of Purdue University shows 10 different types of bed bugs are developing resistance to common pesticides, which is the main cause of their comeback over the past few decades. Although this is not a new problem, it's one that can no longer be combatted with chemicals alone.

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The wait is over, the MadgeTech Titan S8 Portable Data Acquisition Logger is now available to order! Equipped with eight input channels, this versatile data logger is the ultimate companion for industrial manufacturing engineers and much more.

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It's being called a major breakthrough in the global water crisis. Researchers at the University of Manchester in the UK have invented a graphene-based sieve that can turn seawater into clean drinking water. With early testing showing promising results, it could be the solution to the nearly 700 million people around the world without access to safe water.

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Our personal vehicles are a major contributor to global warming, with every gallon of gas burned said to release 24 pounds of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. In an effort to take fossil fuel burning vehicles off the road, European carmaker SEAT is working with Aqualia, a Spanish water management company to turn human waste into a useable fuel.

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