Monitor water quality and collect limnological data with lake buoys; keeping an eye on lake health year round for water managers, and many others.
Articles Tagged: temperature
Understanding water quality parameters is an essential part of protecting environmental health. Poor water quality affects the entire ecosystem.
Thermal stratification and seasonal mixing are part of a lake’s turnover. This event can be monitored using data buoys and temperature strings for a quick look at how a lake changes seasonally and to be on the look out for changes.
Water sensor strings help lake managers who need a real-time temperature profiling system to make smart decisions, and to respond to signs of trouble in enough time to stop problems.
Minnesota State University
Researchers at Minnesota State University set out to investigate what effects a new weir might have on the water quality downstream.
University of Louisville
When Brushy Creek in Kentucky was not meeting designated uses under the Clean Water Act, University of Louisville scientists contacted NexSens.
A water quality monitoring buoy with radio telemetry transmits data from Upper Lyman lake to the geology laboratory at Carleton College.