Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Why the Discrete Interval Sampler is a Great Choice for Groundwater Sampling

What is a Discrete Interval Sampler? The Solinst Model 425 Discrete Interval Sampler (DIS) is a “no purge” instrument, designed to obtain representative groundwater samples from a specific sampling zone without the need for purging. It is a stainless steel sampler pressure activated using a hand pump. We’ll discus how it actually works later on…but […]

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Chile Water Fund Project Tests Durability of Monitoring Instruments

The Nature Conservancy has created a unique method of preserving freshwater resources through Water Funds. Water Fund projects bring together private and public water users, to pay landowners for the conservation and protection of the freshwater sources they share. Efforts focus on conserving and investing in green infrastructure, which help ensure high quality drinking water. […]

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