Media praise for Environmental Monitoring with Arduino

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"If you are new to environmental monitoring this book is a great place to start, even if you know nothing about electronics and Arduino."
-- Josh Marinacci, Josh On Design

"One problem with this book is that you need certain hardware that you don't have right now to complete the project. A great strength of the book is that each section lists the parts you need. For example, Chapter 3 requires a thing called a "4Char display". The "Parts" section lists a part number: "SparkFun sku COM-09765A". This is great help. It would have been better if there was a list at the beginning of the book with all the parts needed to do all of the projects in the book, some advice on what they will cost and where to get them. The book does suggest these four providers of Arduino hardware" Full Review >
-- Thomas Maher, smoothtommy.wordpress.com/

"Emily Gertz and Patrick Di Justo have put together a simple and concise guide to utilizing the Arduino family of products to do practical monitoring of environmental conditions. This helps take the Arduino product for many of us from a hobbyist toy to a practical and functional part of a geek's toolset." Full Review >
-- Tom Determan, www.periodicramblings.com

"This is a sophisticated and intelligent book describing interesting projects in a way that even newcomers to Arduino, electronics, and programming should be able to create and get running without problems. It explains how to use the Arduino to detect or monitor various physical conditions in the environment around you." Full Review >
-- Mark Colan, facebook.com/mcolan