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TAHMO: Innovative Weather Sensing

Have you noticed that the most recently published courses share a common theme? Then you’re right! These courses are made available for the TAHMO project, and are part of our efforts for the international Open Education Week.

TAHMO stands for Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory Project. We now offer several courses that relate to this inspiring project in order to support the African universities that partake in the sensor design competition, but of course also for everyone else interested in the topic.

Learn how to take hydrological measurements, for example. Or educate yourself on hydrology and electronic instrumentation.

The package of courses made available for this innovative weather sensoring project have been published as OpenCourseWare.

For a short introduction to the TAHMO project, watch the video below.

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