Creeks Get Crowdsourced

Thanks to a new iPhone app, creeks and streams can now be monitored by just about anyone (assuming you have an iPhone).  IBM is calling on citizens to monitor the water level, the flow rate, and the amount of pollution in rivers throughout the nation.  For a bit more information, visit Fast Company for an in-depth article, or watch the video below.

Also, don’t forget about Charleston Waterkeeper’s iPhone app. Click here to get it.

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