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levelogger being prepared to gather water level data in caves

Levelogger Data Collected From The Deepest Caves On Earth

Water Levels from the “Centre of the Earth” Lithuanian speleologists (cavers) are using Solinst Leveloggers to collect water level data from some of the deepest caves on Earth! Between 2008 and 2012, cavers completed four expeditions to the Krubera Cave—the world’s deepest. During an expedition in 2008, two Leveloggers were deployed more than 1700 metres… 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 »

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 »