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Cellphones and iPods go to the field to help study nature

By Murray Carpenter
Globe Correspondent / September 21, 2009

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C AMBRIDGE - Cellphones, iPods, and other small yet powerful mobile computing devices could usher in a new era of environmental monitoring in remote places, helping scientists to study the natural world - and on a budget. (Full article: 692 words)

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