A true mark of a scientist is one who does crazy and insane things for what he or she loves in the name of science. And, this certainly extends to citizen scientists who are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to collect the data … here, residents from New Hampshire and Massachusetts tread through muddy waters and not-so-pleasant conditions to help measure levels of E. Coli and other worrisome things in the Souhegan and Merrimack rivers.

Read more about how one local writer is impressed by their hard work and dedication…

“Citizen scientists doing what they can to test rivers, aid research” :: Nashua Telegraph.com :: June 10, 2009 [ READ ]
 

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Last updated July 16, 2018