Safecast Bay Area Network kick-off

Pieter Franken and Sean Bonner are visiting the Bay Area and will be in Palo Alto on November 2nd. We thought it would be a great occasion to organize a first informal Bay Area Safecast meetup. Please join us for this opportunity to meet other Safecast volunteers in our region, get an update on the…

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Bodega Marine Lab radiation sensor is back online!

TL;DR;  The Safecast realtime seawater radiation sensor at Bodega Bay, CA, has been repaired. The realtime feed is here. For more details, read on! Though ocean scientists have been monitoring the levels of radionuclides in the ocean for decades, this took on a renewed urgency following the Fukushima accident. The radiation released into the Pacific…

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Safecasting "Les Bois Noirs"

La version française de cet article est en deuxième partie de page Like nearly every summer, our family visits France in July, sometimes stopping along the way. This year, we were staying for about 10 days in the center of France, and took this opportunity to visit a site called “Les Bois Noirs Limouzat”, a…

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Notes from the road: Safecasting Iceland and France

During a recent family visit to Iceland and France this July, I took my bGeigie along, and in the course of a few weeks, this has allowed me to send about 50,000 measurements to the Safecast database, during many drives. Once you get into the habit of hanging the bGeigie on the outside of your car, it is…

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