Subject: How can I measure the wavelength of light outside at night?
Date: Tue Mar 29 09:27:37 2005
Posted by Alex
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Cardiff University
City: Cardiff State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
I'm trying to measure the wavelengths of light emitted by streetlamps and the
ambient light wavelengths associated with nocturnally singing birds. Can it be
done using filters over a lightmeter, and then working the lux back to
wavelength somehow? Thanks.
Re: How can I measure the wavelength of light outside at night?
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