2018 in Review – Top 5 Popular Resources

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2018 has been an exciting year filled with new technological advancements to make water data more accessible and insightful than ever.

We’ve had a busy year at OTT HydroMet which included the release of water field sensors like the OTT SVR 100 and OTT ecoN, and dataloggers like the Xlink 100 and 500.

We also released many helpful, free resources – to recap the year, here’s a round-up of the most popular resources of 2018, as ranked by your peers:



1. Urban Hydrology Guide
This guide explains the challenges that arise as populations in urban areas increase. Get an in-depth look at flood protection, water availability, stormwater runoff, and urban hydrology monitoring in this downloadable guide >>





2. Current and Future Trends in Nutrient Monitoring Guide
Discover the value of nutrient monitoring data and where nutrient monitoring is predicted to go in the future in our comprehensive whitepaper >>




3. Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) On-Demand Webinars
Harmful algal blooms have severe impacts on aquatic ecosystems, the economy, and human health. Get a full overview of the problem followed by a deep-dive into the data and parameters with this webinar series – watch part one and part two >>






4. 50 Resources for Water Professionals
Make your life as a water resource professional easier. Get immediate access to this helpful reference list packed with resources (including URLS) for federal funding, FEMA active alerts, interactive tools & calculators, and more by downloading today >>







5. Remote Communication: The Importance of Selecting the Right Telemetry Option eBook
Having the right data transmission method is key for collecting real-time water resource measurements efficiently. View an in-depth overview of major telemetry options, and their pros and cons, in our latest eBook on remote communication >>




As the year wraps up, we’d like to extend our warmest holiday wishes to you and your family. We hope you have time to recharge and relax, and cheers to a new year ahead of even more exciting water data products and useful resources!

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