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###work in progress This wiki page, like all wiki pages, is a work in progress. If you can help add information, add links, or clean up the organization of this wiki, then feel free to do so! If you're logged in, click the edit button above! If you haven't signed up for publiclab.org, it's quick and painless! ###Food Desert * problem definition/description * existing initiatives that address food deserts (there are a lot, so just sticking to what came up in this thread related to PL) * Newark Green Community Garden * Growing Power * etc * research directions * Link to Ariel's research papers * [Project outline](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NihDX41mExajHnPxPCGIkCoEddq_8jbyD_fW04_Bbfo/edit?usp=sharing) * Project article: https://medium.com/@levisimons/are-food-deserts-also-food-monocultures-31de780a6db4 Questions on Food Deserts: [questions:food-deserts] ###Food Quality * problem definition/description * research directions * food fraud (link to Yagiz' work on olive/peanut oil spectroscopy) * nutrient density experiments Questions on Food: [questions:food] ###Food Growing Research * Infrared imagery for plant health * in cover crop monitoring (FarmHack) * in crop surveillance (FarmHack, other farms) * in community gardens evaluating/demonstrating their practices (Green Community Garden) * Multispectral analysis for plant health * [Concept for analysis](http://publiclab.org/wiki/multispectral-analysis-for-determining-plant-health) * [MultispeQ device](http://publiclab.org/search/multispeq) * Tracking outputs * Farming Concrete / Five Borough Farm * more here.... Activities: [activities:food] ###meta Main image [from Wikipedia Commons](https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Swedish_buffet-Sm%C3%B6rg%C3%A5sbord-01_%28cropped%29.jpg) and used under [CC-BY-SA license](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en)...


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shanlter "Thanks @Liz, last year, there's a big scandal on gutter oil in Taiwan. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Taiwan_food_scandal " | Read more » about 7 years ago
liz "Hi @ygzstc, i heard from Li Zhou and He Shan in Guangzhou who asked me to pass along a question about detecting "recycled" food oil, AKA used resta..." | Read more » about 7 years ago
stoft "Ok, so the plots are absorption; which makes more sense. However, the Y axis is labeled "Intensity". It would be more clear to either plot relative..." | Read more » almost 9 years ago
ygzstc "Dave - Thanks a lot for the insights...As you said, when I add oil sample, intensity decreases and since the plots above is the difference between ..." | Read more » almost 9 years ago
jeffh "Very nice work. I checked the listing for the lamp, and if you are using the original bulb, it is a "warm white" with color temperature of 2700 deg..." | Read more » almost 9 years ago
stoft "Nice experiment. As I recall, white LEDs have a significant 'bump' at about 430nm, a dip at 470nm and a broad peak about 600nm so I assume the 470 ..." | Read more » almost 9 years ago
liz "Wow this is fantastic!!! I can't wait to try this method~! " | Read more » almost 9 years ago
ygzstc "Jeff, I am sure it can be done. However, coding is not my strong suit :( I may help on theory and algorithm development though... Cfastie, you are..." | Read more » almost 9 years ago
cfastie "This is excellent research. Do you think if I bought some "100% extra virgin olive oil" and sent you a sample, you could tell me if it was really 1..." | Read more » almost 9 years ago
warren "Wow, this is spectacular -- thanks! I'm wondering if there's a way we could write a macro for Spectral Workbench to do this kind of analysis in rea..." | Read more » almost 9 years ago
warren "Hi, Chris - i copied this down from YouTube but the version I got was a bit pixellated. Any way you could post the original so we can reduce copyin..." | Read more » almost 10 years ago
mathew "Nice! i find my beans won't twine around poles that are smooth, they'll only twine around the textured bark of sticks or rope, preferably manila or..." | Read more » almost 10 years ago