Download the Top 50 Resources for Water Professionals Guide Now!

Download the Top 50 Resources for Water Professionals Guide Now!

eBook, Guide, Water Quality
  Download the Guide Now! With so many competing interests and limited time, fulfilling the responsibilities of a water resources professional is becoming more challenging with each passing year. With those increasing pressures in mind, we partnered with chief scientists and technicians across the country to collect resources that colleagues in your industry are using to make their lives easier. We compiled this list and want to share these resources with you. Download this reference list to immediately access 50 resources compiled by your colleagues in water resource management. The list includes a brief description and a URL for your convenience. Sites included in the reference list: How to apply for federal funding FEMA active alerts Real time monitoring maps & databases Interactive tools & calculators for your application Education resources Programs & research centers Water…
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How to Choose the Right Installation Method for Your Site

How to Choose the Right Installation Method for Your Site

Guide, Water Quality
Download the Guide Now! Monitoring site conditions and the selected installation technique can negatively affect the operation and deployment of water quality sensors in long-term monitoring applications. So much so, that using the best possible installation method and best practices is pivotal for ensuring good data quality, minimizing unplanned site visits and protecting the instrument. In this guide, we review the suspended vertical, pipe and rail installation methods and compare installation techniques, key considerations, what to avoid, maintenance, costs, security and accessibility. Additionally, the guide includes an analysis of the pros/cons of each installation technique and installation best practices. Download the Long-Term Water Quality Instrument Installation Guide to learn more about: Common installation types Installation techniques What are key considerations What to avoid Maintenance Cost Security Accessibility Pros & Cons…
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Surface Water Selection Guide Now Available!

Surface Water Selection Guide Now Available!

Guide, Sensors, Water Quality
  Download the Surface Water-Level Sensor Selection Guide Now! Measuring water level in open channels, rivers, reservoirs, and lakes is one of the foundations of hydrological monitoring and has been a focus of OTT Hydromet since its first current meters were designed in 1875. For water level and depth measurement, no application is the same. For this reason, OTT Hydromet provides a variety of sensors with different measurement principles, tailored to fit the specific requirements of different hydrologic measurement sites, including: High concentrations of suspended sediment Flashy sites Presence of ice Lightning prone Unstable stream banks Shallow water or narrow channels Want to learn more about the differences in technology and which sensor fits your application? Download the Surface Water-Level Sensor Selection Guide Now!
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