Atmospheric Monitoring with Arduino: Building Simple Devices to Collect Data About the Environment

Atmospheric Monitoring with Arduino: Building Simple Devices to Collect Data About the Environment

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By (author) Patrick Di Justo, By (author) Emily Gertz

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  • Publisher: Maker Media
  • Format: Paperback | 90 pages
  • Dimensions: 137mm x 211mm x 8mm | 113g
  • Publication date: 6 December 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Sebastopol
  • ISBN 10: 1449338143
  • ISBN 13: 9781449338145
  • Sales rank: 172,201

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Around the globe, DIYers are building an infrastructure out of low cost sensors, cheap computers, and cloud-based data sharing. One of the most important environmental conditions to monitor is the quality of the atmosphere. Atmospheric Monitoring With Arduino shows you how to create your own gadgets to measure what's inside every breath you take; the kind and size of dust particles from smoke to smog, how much haze is in the upper atmosphere, the transparency of the night sky, and more! You'll also learn how to share your data with people across your community, your nation, and the world, and how to build rugged enclosures to protect your gadgets in the field.

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Patrick Di Justo is a contributing editor at Wired magazine, where he writes the magazine's monthly What's Inside column, and the author of The Science of Battlestar Galactica (Wiley, October 2010). His work has appeared in Dwell, Scientific American, Popular Science, The New York Times, and more. He has worked as a robot programmer for the Federal Reserve, and knows C, C++, Java, and Processing. He bought his first Arduino in 2007. Emily Gertz is a correspondent for OnEarth Magazine. She has been covering DIY environmental monitoring since 2004, when she interviewed engineer-artist Natalie Jeremijenko for Worldchanging.com. Her latest, on citizen radiation monitoring in Japan, was published by OnEarth Magazine in April 2011. She has been hands-on with internet technologies since 1994 as a web producer, community host, and content strategist. Her articles have appeared in Grist, Dwell, Scientific American, Popular Mechanics, and more.

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"[S]owohl für Einsteiger als auch Fortgeschrittene geeignet. Wer immer einen Arduino oder kompatiblen Mikrocontroller hat: Die zusätzlich benötigten Komponenten kosten weniger als 5 ¿, der Lern- und Nutzeffekt ist hervorragend. [...] Kaufen und Lesen!" - macherzin.net, März 2013