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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 the rural community. Continue Reading »

Solinst Leveloggers Vital In Lithuania’s Water Conservation Efforts

Download Newsletter 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… Continue Reading »

5 Reasons To Add The LevelSender To Your Leveloggers

Download Newsletter Do you have a network of groundwater monitoring wells? Are the wells equipped with Levelogger water lev­el data loggers? Are you frequently traveling long distances to collect the data? These are all reasons you need LevelSender telemetry! The Model 9500 LevelSender from Solinst uses a GSM cellular modem to send water level data from… Continue Reading »

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Leveloggers Added To Groundwater Monitoring Network In Kenya

Download Newsletter The demand for clean, safe drinking water remains critical across rural areas of Kenya and much of East Africa, prompting many organizations to focus on increasing the number of water supply wells. For the past five years, William (Bill) Halbert, a professional hydrogeologist and owner of Insight Geologic, Inc., has been working with… Continue Reading »

Simplify Your Pumping Test With A Water Level Datalogger

Download Technical Bulletin Download Newsletter Pumping Tests   It is now common practice to use a pressure transducer, with a built-in datalogger, to monitor wells and collect readings during conventional pumping tests. Prior to their use, field technicians and drilling contractors may have spent hours or days on site, taking water level measurements by means… Continue Reading »