Sensors Help Characterize Minnesota's Waters

Researchers, flying a specially equipped airplane along the Mississippi River and other waterways in Minnesota, are measuring water quality with a vision sensor. The data are used to produce colored maps that provide a “big picture” view of pollution.

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