NexSens groundwater monitoring systems offer an in-situ solution for monitoring groundwater contamination and tracking groundwater quality and level in real-time.
Articles Tagged: drinking water
There are so many reasons to measure water quality. Any of the main water quality parameters are linked to important signs of environmental health.
Protecting drinking water resources is a primary concern. NexSens offers customizable and scalable solutions for monitoring raw water intake.
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
The St. Clair River is currently listed as an Area of Concern, but local officials are working to fix that with a large-scale monitoring network.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Scientists have added four new platforms to the network of monitoring buoys that has taken shape since the Toledo crisis. Three of these were launched in the summer of 2015 near Maumee Bay and at other points off the shore of Michigan.
LimnoTech worked with NexSens to design and deploy a monitoring platform near Toledo’s water intake after the water crisis of 2014.
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.
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The Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission has launched an Ohio River data buoy called the AMI (Advanced Measurement Initiative Buoy)
Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission
ORSANCO created a system that combines human and automated efforts to establish effective water quality monitoring programs on the rivers.