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  • Photo 1: Dartmouth undergraduate Emma Hazard configures a sensor station, July 2019.

    A forest floor is a complex place. Throughout the depths of the litter and soil layers, dead organic material is broken down […]

    • Fascinating the network. Thankyou so much.
      I was just wondering if you where planning on describing any of the stations in more detail?.
      I’d be interested in how you did the powering, and what was taking the power. Though the whole software architecture of the data flow, (and challenges you found) would be fascinating 🙂

    • Excellent writeup, David. Thank you for sharing it!
      -Matt