Michigan’s Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi uses advanced environmental monitoring and data distribution techniques to engage tribal members and visitors.
The ORSANCO ODS has expanded into the Elk River in West Virginia with its 17th monitoring site, updating technology as the program’s success continues.
A record-setting wave in Lake Superior highlights the value of data buoys in informing the public while inviting speculation about the size of the waves that don’t get measured.
NexSens G2-MET weather station features real-time weather measurements in a fully integrated and easy to install package.
Researchers at Ohio State University’s Stone Lab gather algae measurements using a cellular data buoy with the goal of one day predicting bloom toxicity.
NexSens Technology’s affordable, all-in-one rain alert system offering low upkeep and real-time data and alerts through a user-friendly web datacenter.
Tetra Tech engineers use a cellular data logger and YSI EXO2 in tracking discharge from a confined disposal facility during a New Jersey dredging project.
Western Kentucky University researchers use a NexSens 3100-iSIC data logger and a YSI EXO2 sonde to track groundwater dynamics in a karst system in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
This summer, researchers from Grand Valley State University launched a water monitoring buoy in Muskegon Lake.