NexSens flood warning systems are easy to install, operate and maintain by combining non-contact water level measurement technology with reliable wireless communications and solar charging.
Articles Tagged: monitoring
Monitoring dissolved oxygen (DO) at hydroelectric plants is vital to the survival of aquatic organisms within the ecosystem and must be managed properly.
Protecting drinking water resources is a primary concern for many water professionals. NexSens offers customizable and scalable solutions for monitoring raw water intake.
NexSens stream and river monitoring stations are designed to simplify the setup and operation of real-time water quality and hydrology measurement systems. These streamside or in-river systems offer valuable data for research, assessment, regulation, and environmental impact studies.
Tetra Tech engineers track total dissolved solids in discharge from a CDF during the Avalon Back Bay Maintenance Dredging Project.
U. of Saskatchewan and Nipissing University scientists study mixing’s role in Lake Nipissing algae events using NexSens data buoys and temperature strings.
Gulfport Energy Corporation
Gulfport Energy is working to monitor streams and rivers near hydraulic fracturing operations to ensure the aquatic life isn’t negatively impacted.
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.
Officials in Bermuda are monitoring dredging efforts as ports are being expanded to accommodate larger cruise ships.
Oklahoma Water Resources Board
Tracking dissolved oxygen levels below this dam is of high importance because of the effects they can have on aquatic life if they get too low. Workers at the dam are also concerned with the levels because maintaining them at certain thresholds is needed to retain licensing for operation from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.