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How To Perform A Barometric Compensation Using The Data Wizard

Download Newsletter In a previous blog post, we discussed the need for, and importance of, barometrically compensating your Levelogger data. Now we will discuss how to actually go about doing a barometric compensation. Here we will focus on our recommended method, which is by using a Barologger and the Levelogger Software Data Wizard. (Click here… Continue Reading »

Enhancing Water Basin Management In Turkey

The General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works (DSİ) in Turkey, have developed a long-term program to enhance the country’s water basin management through 2023. Their goals include, improving water quality, and gaining current and ongoing information on groundwater and surface water resources. Plans involve conducting hydrogeological investigations, geological surveys, creating models, and reporting water resource… Continue Reading »

Programming a Levelogger Water Level Datalogger

Long-term Open Channel & Surface Water Monitoring With Leveloggers

Download Technical Bulletin Leveloggers are used for measuring water levels in various surface water monitoring applications, including: flood and drought monitoring, base flow monitoring in stream beds, watershed recharge studies, stream gauging, lake and reservoir level monitoring, harbour and tidal fluctuation monitoring, wetlands monitoring, stormwater runoff monitoring, construction site runoff management, ecological studies, field research… Continue Reading »

Attendees Learn About Solinst Instrumentation

Throughout the two days of the symposium, attendees were provided with the opportunity to discuss environmental applications and monitoring methodologies with Solinst technical staff. The attendees were able to view hands-on demonstrations of Solinst instrumentation, including Solinst STS Telemetry Systems, Leveloggers®, Bladder Pumps, and Multilevel Groundwater Monitoring Systems. Solinst staff were there to answer any questions about the equipment… Continue Reading »

Of Salt And Sand – The Story Of Two Of Nebraska’s Most Unique Groundwater Dependent Ecosystem

Day Two began with a very interesting presentation by Ed Harvey with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Ed presented ongoing research from two of Nebraska’s most unique groundwater dependent ecosystems – Eastern Saline Wetlands and Sandhills Fens. Due to the unique composition of the groundwater that feeds these two ecosystems, the species found in these environments are not native… 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 »

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 »

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 »

Simplify Your Pump Test With A Levelogger Gold

Before the advent of pressure transducers with data loggers, field technicians and drilling contractors were relegated to hours, or even days on site during conventional pumping tests, continuously monitoring water level fluctuations in a vast array of observation wells. Often requiring running from well to well, readings were taken by hand with Water Level Meters. This was… Continue Reading »

Leveloggers can be installed in protective pipes and secured to permanent fixtures, or directly in drilled holes in natural rock.

Leveloggers Valuable Tool In West Coast Intertidal Study

Researchers from the Biology Department at Villanova University in Pennsylvania, USA, and the Zoology Department at Oregon State are studying the growth and survival effects of intertidal elevation and wave shock on purple sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus). The study is being carried out at seven locations on the west coast of North America: Mabens Beach,… Continue Reading »