Water quality parameters such as dissolved oxygen, conductivity and chlorophyll are critical to understanding changes in lakes, rivers, and oceans.
Articles Tagged: water quality
There are so many reasons to measure water quality. Any of the main water quality parameters are linked to important signs of environmental health.
Water quality sensors allow managers to monitor for algae, phytoplankton, and chlorophyll and many others, we discuss the options available for water monitoring projects.
Choosing the right data buoy for your YSI EXO water quality sonde is important. There are many choices and our team can help you narrow down your options.
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.
Real-time lake monitoring systems allow water quality experts and lake management professionals to stay a step ahead of water quality issues.
NexSens stream and river monitoring stations are designed to simplify the setup and operation of real-time water quality and hydrology measurement systems.
Chicago Park District
NexSens cellular data buoys and Lufft weather stations help Chicago Park District officials predict E. Coli levels around beaches to protect public health.
High Lakes Aquatic Alliance Foundation
A new Suttle Lake data buoy is helping to dissect the food web to help salmon in the Oregon freshwater body.