Smartphone app assists Lake Sunapee citizen scientists

“Binghamton graduate designs Android application” is the headline. And when you read on…you’ll see this story has a strong local connection…it takes you directly to Lake Sunapee and the area lake group, LSPA (Lake Sunapee Protective Association).

There is a new smartphone app that allows users “to record observations on weather, climate, and wildlife around Lake Sunapee.”

The Android application is called the LSPA Recorder and was developed by Brett Taylor, a Binghamton University grad, and Kenneth Chiu, an assistant professor of computer science, reports Ariel Argueso for Pipe Dream News, the university newspaper. And the program is already in use recording measurements and observations, according to yesterday’s article (January 24, 2011).

Read more via… Binghamton graduate designs Android application – Pipe Dream – News.

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