Ordway is home to land management projects on some of the wetlands and the oak woodland along the Macalester shoreline of the Mississippi River.
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Portland Water District
An extended growing season, increased rainfall, and more frequent extreme storms with more runoff washing into Maine’s lakes can feed algae.
Green roofs can reduce stormwater runoff, act as natural building insulation, and offer a more aesthetically pleasing environment. NexSens real-time green roof monitoring systems can help assess the benefits of these green roofs.
NexSens helps with dissolved oxygen monitoring systems whether you need information or help with physical setup, we have you covered.
Dredging done correctly doesn’t hurt water quality, and can yield positive environmental results. However, ensuring these good results demands monitoring for contaminant release, sediment resuspension, and other water quality issues.
The seemingly simple question of, “how do I get my data?” can be complicated to answer, so we explore why wireless water quality monitoring options are so important to users, what today’s monitoring options look like, and the solutions the technology presents for users.
Coastal vs. lake data buoys: a comparison. Any aquatic environment is dynamic and complex, but lakes and rivers are different monitoring environments from their coastal cousins.
We cover some different ways to educate with water quality data and discuss how to integrate real-time environmental data into a curriculum.
For regulatory or other needs, turbidity monitoring is and important aspect of any dredging project. Dredging affects water clarity and quality and should be monitored in real time to aid with remediation efforts associated with elevated turbidty.
Nitrate, phosphate, and other nutrients are increasingly important indicators of the overall health of a water system. Real-time nutrient monitoring with NexSens telemetry systems offers critical insight into these water quality changes over time.