Learn how to form persuasive arguments that are sensitive to local politics and priorities to address this global deficit in funding. The benefits of hydrological information DO vastly outweigh investments in water monitoring.
This eBook examines the current standards for characterizing and communicating data quality. Discover how qualifying your data can build confidence.
Read this eBook to learn how data-to-information-to-knowledge management ensures that better decisions prevail.
A reliable rating curve is one that is credible, defensible, and minimizes re-work. This paper outlines 5 modern best practices used by highly effective hydrographers.
The best possible data quality, timeliness, and affordability can only be realized with a modern hydrological data management system that meets 5 key requirements. Benchmark your system.
Best practices, standards, and technologies for hydrometric monitoring have changed. Learn how modern approaches improve the availability, reliability, and accuracy of water information.
Join Chad Furl, Alicia Reinmund-Martinez, and Matt Schwartz from the Edwards Aquifer Authority to see how continuous water quality data, combined with sample and hydrometric data, generates the information needed to protect endangered species in Texas.
Hydrology expert Joe Nielsen provides an inside look at how the USGS has updated its continuous water data collection and management practices. Get tips for real-time, paperless data production.
Derek Forsbloom shares how Water Survey of Canada systematically corrects continuous water data from 2,500 gauging stations. Learn how to elevate the quality of hydrometric data in real-time.
Having trouble dealing with discrete files scattered across different network folders? Struggling to validate your insitu water sensors with discrete lab results? Are you burdened with many environmental reporting processes?
Join Alastair Foreman, Solutions Architect, for an inside look into AQUARIUS Time-Series! Find out how to turn time series data into insight, create accurate, defensible data, and streamline analysis and reporting to optimize decisions.
Join Mark Edwards for a demonstration of AQUARIUS WebPortal! Discover how to seamlessly publish data managed in AQUARIUS Time-Series Server. Impress with rich statistics, intuitive maps, alerts, and live reports!
“AQUARIUS has allowed us to efficiently update statistical water supply forecasts on a daily basis. With AQUARIUS we now have a long-term solution that is easy for our team to maintain and support.”
“All of our water records are managed in AQUARIUS, allowing us to build accurate rating curves as well as manage and compute all of our water data in accordance with USGS standards.”
“By using AQUARIUS we can say that we use the same methodologies to process our environmental data as the USGS & Water Survey Canada. That provides credibility for a small municipality.”
“We have improved the accuracy of our record.The Ratings Package stands out. It’s a tool that we’ve wanted forever, and we’ve finally found something that really does what we had in mind.”
“This was my first attempt at using the Empirical Modeler, and in two days I came up with a working model that recreates 30 years of data—it speaks very well of the software’s ease of use.”
“As our urban water resource data management platform, AQUARIUS is enabling the City of Bellingham to efficiently produce water data of the highest standards.”
Water Quality: Managing Monitoring Data for Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) & Water Quality Management Plans (WQMPs)
“With AQUARIUS we can quickly model the pollutant loads we are discharging, almost in real time, based on the actual continuous flow data and the turbidity and TSS data that we collect. That is the telltale data that confirms that all our urban water resource management efforts are making a difference.”
The Brisbane City Council trusts AQUARIUS for early flood detection and management. All real-time datafrom its many water ways are collected, processed, and quality controlled using AQUARIUS Time-Series. The information is made instantly available to City officers, engineers, planners, and emergency response personnel using their customized AQUARIUS WebPortal. Complex hydrological and meteorological data is represented in actionable graphical information with intuitive maps, grids, charts, and graphs on laptops and mobile devices. Powerful alerting capabilities, via email and SMS, enable officials to take timely action to protect residents and their city.