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Skyrail Rainforest Foundation - Research Funding

Low-cost Cloud Height Monitoring

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$2,500 over 1 year
Summary
The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area is one of the most important environmental regions of northern Queensland - and its ongoing health and the effect of climate change on its ecosystem is of great concern going forward. By monitoring the presence of water vapor over a large time scale it will be possible to detect cloud height patterns and trends potentially damaging changes to the ecosystem. The development of a relatively low-cost monitoring system is important to help acquire field data as many of the current technologies to monitor cloud height are expensive. Providing a low-cost alternative for acquiring these data will allow for further research to be more readily conducted in the future.
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Samuel Healion, Scott Heron, Owen Kenny, Brendan Calvert and Mark Payne (College of Science & Engineering)
Keywords
Tropical Rainforest; Water vapour content; Wireless sensor networks; Climate Change; Electronic sensor development

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