Real-time lake monitoring systems allow water quality experts and lake management professionals to stay a step ahead of problems, addressing issues as they arise and water quality changes. Whether a problem is related to algal blooms, excess nutrient loading, sediment and turbidity or thermal stratification, real-time lake monitoring tools provide essential information for management.
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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.
U. of Saskatchewan and Nipissing University scientists study mixing’s role in Lake Nipissing algae events using NexSens data buoys and temperature strings.
U.S. Geological Survey
The U.S. Geological Survey oversees a water quality monitoring network in the California Delta to help local wildlife and fish species.
Gravity Environmental Consulting
Consultants are working with scientists in Kazakhstan to monitor, track and model ongoing marine construction on the shore of the Caspian Sea.