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  • A section of New Mexico State University's baseball field, which is artificial turf, was set up with catch cans to make sure the temporarily installed irrigation system reached the whole section equally while measurements were taken twice a day.
    (Photo courtesy of Bernd Leinauer)
    A section of New Mexico State University's baseball field, which is artificial turf, was set up with catch cans to make sure the temporarily installed irrigation system reached the whole section equally while measurements were taken twice a day.
  • An aerial view of New Mexico State University's baseball field where catch cans and the project site were set up to take measurements of how much water it would take to cool artificial turf and for how long.
    (Photo courtesy of Ahmed Kanaan)
    An aerial view of New Mexico State University's baseball field where catch cans and the project site were set up to take measurements of how much water it would take to cool artificial turf and for how long.
  • An aerial shot of the 40 by 40 feet project site located on New Mexico State University's baseball field. The project aimed to find out if artificial turf uses less water than real grass does.
    (Photo courtesy of Ahmed Kanaan)
    An aerial shot of the 40 by 40 feet project site located on New Mexico State University's baseball field. The project aimed to find out if artificial turf uses less water than real grass does.
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