establishing a real-time groundwater observatory network in a california subbasin

Establishing A Real-Time Groundwater Observatory Network In A California Subbasin

It is widely understood that to properly and sustainably manage the world's groundwater resources, collecting data on its quantity and quality is essential. Efficient, cost-effective options for accessing, storing, and sharing the data are needed to balance out...

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sustaining groundwater resources in a unique region of south africa

Sustaining Groundwater Resources In A Unique Region Of South Africa

Just 200 km north of Cape Town, South Africa, you'll find a unique area that boasts a wide range of landscapes – from rugged mountains to lush river valleys. Groundwater feeds this region. Recently, demand on the high-quality resource has increased. There are over 50 relatively high-yielding groundwater abstraction wells used by...

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water level data critical for successful coastal wetland restoration

Water Level Data Critical For Successful Coastal Wetland Restoration

Restoring Coastal California Wetlands Over 90 per cent of historical coastal wetlands in South Central California have been lost due to development. One such area is the former upper arms of the Devereux Slough, located just northwest of the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) main campus. In the 1960s, the wetland...

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levelogger data collected from the deepest caves on earth

Levelogger Data Collected From The Deepest Caves On Earth

Water Levels from the "Centre of the Earth" Lithuanian speleologists (cavers) are using Solinst Leveloggers to collect water level data from some of the deepest caves on Earth! Between 2008 and 2012, cavers completed four expeditions to the Krubera Cave—the world's deepest. During an expedition in 2008, two Leveloggers...

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Solinst High Quality Groundwater Monitoring Instruments

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Uses: Groundwater Monitoring Instruments are designed to obtain surface or ground water samples, continuous or manual water level measurements and recordings of concentrations of various water parameters. The data collected can be used to estimate hydraulic conductivity and other aquifer conditions; to monitor potable water recharge areas; and to monitor tailings ponds, dewatering activities and water supply levels of mines.

Solinst equipment is used to monitor groundwater for general site investigations and for contaminant plume monitoring on: spill sites, remediation sites, chemical storage facilities, landfill sites and hazardous waste storage sites.