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Using a touch-screen display, keyboard and joystick in addition to a computer and other hardware, all recording and display features of the archivist can be accommodated within a single, on-site housing.

2.
 

A laptop computer is stored within a 42" high metal housing. The computer runs all necessary software and hardware but is not accessible for use by the general public. Signage on the housing indicates methods of accessing the archivist's record.

3.
 

A single pole supports the weather station, camera and signage indicating the archivist's activity. The processing computer is located off-site in a nearby building or is connected to a neighborhood volunteer's business or residential computer.

4.
 

Only a small sign or plaque is mounted within the vicinity of the tree. The camera and weather station are mounted on an nearby telephone pole or building. The processing computer is located off-site.


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