Cryologger – Open Source Cryosphere Tracking #OpenSource #Data
The cryosphere describes the regions of Earth where water freezes.
Adam shared his Cryologger project for tracking and logging data in the crysophere! It is a super cool project utilizing some Adafruit parts:
The Cryologger is a low-cost, open-source datalogger and telemeter based on the Arduino platform (www.arduino.cc) and built using easy-to-use, do-it- yourself electronics. Code for the Cryologger was written using the open-source Arduino integrated development environment (IDE) and compiled from community generated libraries.
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