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The Importance Of Measuring Drawdown

How Using a Levelogger and 101D Together Provides Essential Data What is Drawdown? Drawdown is a change in groundwater level due to an applied stress, caused by events such as: Pumping from a well Pumping from a neighbouring well Intensive water taking from local area Seasonal declines as recharge rates lower How is Drawdown Measured?… Continue Reading »

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Packer Tests And Transient Hydraulic Tomography In India

Experimental Hydrogeological Park Like many countries worldwide, India is facing intense pressures on their groundwater resources. An Experimental Hydrogeological Park established in Hyderabad is helping to better understand the impacts on groundwater. Overseen by the Indo-French Centre for Groundwater Research, the Experimental Hydrogeological Park is located in a multi-disciplinary observatory site of the National Geophysical… Continue Reading »

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Best Practice Low Flow Methods For High Quality Samples

Low Flow Sampling Since 1996, low flow sampling has become an increasingly approved method for obtaining high quality groundwater samples. Through the work of Puls and Barcelona, the US EPA released standard operating procedures for low flow sampling (EPA/540/S-95/504). Following such guidelines ensures the collection of samples that are representative of actual in-situ conditions. Low… Continue Reading »

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High-Resolution Groundwater Data Proves Value Of CMT Systems In Botlek Area

The Botlek area of Rotterdam, Netherlands is a highly industrialized zone near the west coast. Due to chemical and petrochemical plume emissions from local factories and industrial plants, an emphasis has been put on groundwater contamination studies. Proposing the CMT Multilevel Groundwater Monitoring System In 2015, Spectrasens, the exclusive distributor of Solinst products in the… Continue Reading »

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Solinst LevelSender Telemetry Aids Agriculture & Water Quality Research

Globally, agricultural producers are facing tougher rules and challenges when it comes to water use and water quality associated with their operations. In Canada, the Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food (AAFC) conducts research in support of agricultural producers, providing them with the latest information to help them succeed. As part of their initiatives, AAFC operates… Continue Reading »

Solinst Leveloggers Vital In Lithuania’s Water Conservation Efforts

Solinst Leveloggers have played an important role in Lithuania’s water conservation and management efforts for a number of years. In 2005, Solinst Leveloggers were deployed as part of the country’s national groundwater monitoring network. The Leveloggers replaced their manual measurement methods, allowing lower operating costs and more frequent and accurate water level fluctuation data. An… Continue Reading »

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How Hydrophobic Filters Work For Solinst Vented Dataloggers

Download Technical Bulletin Download Newsletter Vented Water Level Dataloggers Solinst AquaVent and LevelVent dataloggers use hydrophobic filters, taking advantage of their unique properties to improve vented water level datalogger instrumentation performance. Vented water level dataloggers use a pressure transducer with a vent tube running from the sensor to surface. This tube provides an automatic cancellation… Continue Reading »

Solinst Water Level Meter Helps Characterize Habitat Of Endangered Snake

Download Newsletter Long Point Basin Land Trust (LPBLT) is a charitable, non-government organization located in Port Rowan, Ontario, Canada. They work to establish and maintain areas of ecological importance and promote conservation throughout the Long Point Basin community. A major focus of LPBLT is the preservation of Carolinian reptile populations. This past winter, LPBLT teamed… Continue Reading »