The Environmental Protection Agency launched the smartphone app “bloomWatch” and representatives from the EPA, RI’s Department of Environmental Management and the University of Rhode Island’s Watershed Watch are ready for training. The app was presented, showing its utility in New England’s effort to monitor cyanobacteria. Touring the New England states with the new CyanoMobile, the EPA is using a mobile platform for training and providing resources on the cyanobacteria monitoring program for the region. Read this article by Kelcy Dolan to learn more about this presentation on the program!Read the article
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