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Environmental Monitoring Aided by Machine Learning

News   Oct 02, 2018 | Original Story by Rob Jordan for Stanford University.

 
Environmental Monitoring Aided by Machine Learning

Satellite images of river outflows to the Atlantic Ocean in the wake of Hurricane Florence show water discolored by debris and pollutants. Credit: NASA.

 
 
 

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