Category: Water Level Monitoring

Next Olympic Site Uses Levelogger Gold And Junior

As the Olympic torch is passed from our hands in Canada, huge efforts are underway for the 2012 Summer Olympics set to take place in London, England. In preparation for the games, a new Olympic Park is being constructed in Stratford, East London. In the works since 2005, the Park spans 500 acres and features… Continue Reading »

Designing Provincial-Scale Water Monitoring Networks To Meet Future Needs

The symposium continued on Day Two with a presentation from the Ontario Ministry of the Environment. The presentation focused on the province-wide stream water and groundwater monitoring networks that are currently being overseen by the Ministry of the Environment in partnership with Conservation Authorities and participating municipalities. These networks monitor ambient (baseline) stream water quality conditions… Continue Reading »

Remote Monitoring System For Leveloggers

The STS Gold Telemetry System provides an economical and efficient method to collect remote data instantly. Built for Leveloggers, the System combines high quality dataloggers, intuitive software and a variety of wireless communication options to create a remote monitoring solution. Cellular, satellite and radio options give the flexibility to suit any project. Applications Remote water level monitoring Long-term… Continue Reading »

Levelogger Measures Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Water

The Greenland Ice Sheet covers 80% of the Island of Greenland – it is the largest ice mass in the Northern Hemisphere. Therefore, it should be no surprise that it is suspected to be a key contributor to current and future global sea level rise, particularly as the earth’s temperature continues to increase. Satellite evidence… Continue Reading »

Lithuania Selects Levelogger For National Groundwater Monitoring Program

Groundwater is the sole source of drinking water in Lithuania; therefore, the importance of protecting this resource was recognized many years ago. To maintain their supply, a regular groundwater monitoring program was established in 1946. By 1962 the monitoring network had spread across most of the country, with more than 20 monitoring stations, including 190… Continue Reading »

The Secret Is In The Tape

It’s not a question of “if” you get the probe stuck, or nick the tape on the well casing, but rather “when”, so it’s a good thing Solinst Water Level Meters, Interface Meters and TLC Meters are fully repairable! Solinst products are rugged and built-to-last, and Solinst does provide tape guides with all its meters to help prevent damage to… Continue Reading »

TLC Meter Simplifies Swedish Saltwater Intrusion Monitoring

Sweden is a country with a lot of coastal area and has groundwater as the major fresh water source. Therefore, it has become extremely important to monitor any drilled holes for potential saltwater intrusion. For over 20 years, drillers in Sweden have been searching for geothermal heat to use as an alternative energy source. In… Continue Reading »

New STS Telemetry

Traditionally, telemetry systems only offered basic one-way communication. The new Solinst STS Gold Telemetry System offers the flexibility of two-way communication between the remote station and home station computer, providing a new level of control, diagnostic and upgrade ability. Designed for use with Leveloggers, STS Telemetry has cellular, radio and satellite communication options. Intuitive software makes the system… Continue Reading »

Levelogger Gold – Utilized In Water Resource Projects In Qatar

Gulf Laboratories Co., established 35 years ago, operates out of Doha, Qatar, and provides geotechnical and hydrogeological consulting services for water resource and development projects in the region. Currently, Gulf Laboratories Co. have more than 40 Levelogger Gold units operating in the field for a variety of applications. They have been very pleased with their use of… Continue Reading »