Category: Water Level Datalogging

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LTC Levelogger Junior Used To Monitor Hydrofracking In Elk County

The program includes the use of the Solinst LTC Levelogger Junior to monitor changes in water level, temperature, and conductivity in rivers and streams. Conductivity readings provide a general indication of the water quality, while the water level and temperature readings may be used to provide background information when any spikes or significant changes in conductivity readings are noticed. Continue Reading »

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New Biofoul Screen For The Levelogger

The new Biofoul Screen is designed to fit onto the sensor end of any Levelogger model. The natural anti-fouling characteristics of copper protects the sensors from build-up of unwanted microorganisms, plants, algae, or organisms such as barnacles or mussels, which could affect the reliability of the sensor readings. Continue Reading »

Levelogger Proves Useful In Ecohydrological Research

Vernal wetlands are temporary pools of water that fluctuate seasonally with complex hydrological processes. They receive inputs from precipitation, runoff, and subsurface flow, and are influenced by geology, soil, and climate. This creates a unique habitat for diverse flora, amphibians and insects, including some threatened and endangered species. Continue Reading »

Regional Scale Groundwater Understanding: The Collection, Management And Analysis Of Data For Conceptual And Numerical Model Development, Application And Testing

Attendees enjoyed the presentation by Steve Holysh and Rick Gerber of the Oak Ridges Moraine Coalition. They presented work being done for the Region’s unique groundwater management program. Rapid growth and expansion on the Moraine triggered the program into action about 20 years ago, to more fully understand the extent, quality and movement of the… Continue Reading »

New RRL Gold Radio Telemetry System

The Solinst RRL Gold Radio Telemetry System offers a very simple and inexpensive method of local telemetry. The wireless system is designed to collect real-time water level data, logged by up to four Solinst Leveloggers and send it via shortdistance radio to your computer. The RRL Gold is excellent for small, closed loop networks, such as mine… Continue Reading »

Levelogger Edge and Barologger Edge Installed in Well using Direct Read Cables to Surface

Automatic Or Manual Barometric Compensation Of Your Levelogger Gold Data

Automatic Barometric Compensation Submersed Leveloggers measure total or absolute pressure (water column equivalent + barometric pressure). In order to accurately determine the true changes in water level only, barometric pressure fluctuations must be taken into account. The simplest method to accomplish this is by the use of a Barologger suspended above high water level in one well… Continue Reading »

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 »