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Nature field trips go digital

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Photo of students exploring a pond ecosystem with mobile phones.

Students explore a pond ecosystem using ECOMobile on smartphones.

Credit: EcoMOBILE Project, Harvard University


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Image of two students with a smart phone on a field trip

Students work in teams to explore a pond ecosystem.

Credit: EcoMOBILE Project, Harvard University


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A student using a visual target to see a 3-D image on the mobile device.

A student uses a visual target to see a 3-D image on a mobile device.

Credit: EcoMOBILE Project, Harvard University


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A students with smartphone and water measurement probes

Students work in pairs to explore a pond ecosystem with smartphones and water measurement probes.

Credit: EcoMOBILE Project, Harvard University


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Photo of a student with digital equipment

A student collects water quality data on turbidity using digital probes.

Credit: EcoMOBILE Project, Harvard University


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A smartphone screen showing a FreshAiR "hotspot" during an EcoMOBILE augmented reality act

A smartphone shows a FreshAiR "hotspot" during an EcoMOBILE augmented reality activity.

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