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Tippets: Base Layering, Sensor Fish Measure Stressors

November 25, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • When heading out on the water this winter, leave the cotton at home, advises Ben Kryzinski. While it may indeed be the cheap and easy option and everyone has a favorite T-shirt, wool and synthetics are worth their weight in warmth. Via Hatch Magazine.
  • Plastic “sensor fish” are being used to measure the stresses put on salmon swimming through hydroelectric dam machinery. The data gathered will help scientists with informing designs of new dam construction and renovation of outdated designs. Via The Verge.