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Seibel, Brendan. If Trump Dismantles the EPA, Use These Kits to Monitor the Environment. Motherboard, 12 January 2017. URL
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Tomkins, Mike. Under the microscope: Raspberry Pi Camera Dissected, given infrared vision. Imaging Resource, 6 June 2013. URL
Inexpensive Infrared Photography with Mathew Lippincott. Hak5 1416. 1 June 2013. URL
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Watch “A path to smarter sanitation: Mathew Lippincott at TedX Concordia U Portland”. TedX Blog, April 2013. URL
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Flying High:Kite Mapping, a cheap way to capture images from above. Montana Standard Video - Mathew Lippincott and Olivia Everett, 20 November 2012.
Knox, Ron. Local Designer To Build Balloons to Help Document Gulf Oil Spill. Willamette Week, 25 June 2010. URL