The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District maintains multiple water quality monitoring stations along rivers that flow into Lake Erie near Cleveland.
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Buffalo State University
Researchers at Buffalo State University are studying water and weather at the deeper and less algae-prone eastern basin of Lake Erie near Dunkirk, New York.
To find out what conditions are spurring blooms in the water, Bates College partnered with the Auburn Water District to launch a monitoring system.
LimnoTech worked with NexSens to design and deploy a monitoring platform near Toledo’s water intake after the water crisis of 2014.
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University of Saskatchewan
A NexSens data buoy on Buffalo Pound equipped with sensors for weather, sunlight and temperature changes helps researchers at University of Saskatchewan.