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  1. Install IoT sensors: The first step to improving water quality monitoring in the Baltic Sea is to install IoT sensors at key locations. These sensors will collect data on various parameters such as pH levels, temperature, dissolved oxygen, and nutrient levels.

  2. Develop a monitoring platform: A customized monitoring platform can be developed that will receive the data collected by the IoT sensors in real-time. The platform can be accessible to both the Lithuanian scuba diver and relevant authorities responsible for managing the Baltic Sea.

  3. Utilize satellite imagery: Satellite imagery can provide a broader perspective of the Baltic Sea and its current state. By combining the data collected by IoT sensors with satellite imagery, a more comprehensive analysis of the sea's water quality can be achieved.

  4. Identify and report pollution hotspots: With the help of IoT sensors and satellite imagery, the scuba diver can identify and report pollution hotspots in the Baltic Sea. This data can then be used by relevant authorities to take appropriate action and prevent further pollution in these areas.

  5. Conduct regular underwater clean-up events: The scuba diver can organize and participate in regular underwater clean-up events to remove pollutants and debris from the sea. This will not only improve the water quality but also help raise awareness about the importance of