Join Dr. Stephanie A. Smith of YSI, a Xylem Brand, and Chuck Springer of Aquatic Informatics as they review best practices for managing and interpreting algae data. Learn about the ways that you can best process and interpret large datasets; work with mismatched timestamps and data from multiple sources; collate data which exist in different file formats; and correct water quality signals to compensate for sensor drift and step changes.
Source water threats such as spills, harmful algal blooms, and illegal discharges can be unpredictable, difficult to detect, and have potentially serious consequences for drinking water utilities and their customers. Join EPA leader Steve Allgeier as he shares the latest EPA guidance for online source water quality monitoring.
Having trouble with excel files scattered across network folders? Struggling to validate your insitu water sensors with discrete lab results? Are you burdened with cumbersome reporting? Dave Gilbey explores 5 common data challenges and how to solve them.
The Edwards Aquifer Authority’s team explains how continuous water quality data, combined with sample and hydrometric data, generates the actionable information they need to protect threatened and 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.
Discover environmental C&E trends that can boost professional success and firm revenues! Industry expert Grant Ferrier, CEO of Environmental Business Journal, shares strategic market information every environmental C&E professional needs to know.
Alastair Foreman, Solutions Architect, provides an inside look into AQUARIUS Time-Series! Learn how to: 1) turn time series data into insight, (2) create accurate, defensible water data, (3) automate data importing, corrections, and quality controls, and (4) streamline analysis and reporting.
Join Mark Edwards for a demonstration of AQUARIUS WebPortal! Discover how to seamlessly publish data managed in AQUARIUS Time-Series Server. Learn how to impress staff, other departments, cooperating agencies, or citizens with rich statistics, intuitive maps, alerts, data exporting, and live reports!
Learn from Monty Porter how innovation & modern technologies have enabled the OWRB Water Quality Programs Division to meet the challenges of real-time water data acquisition & management.
Want to drastically reduce your TMDL implementation costs? James Riddle from Woolpert, Brandon Smith from YSI, and Chris Heyer from Aquatic Informatics discuss how Greenville County used continuous water quality data to significantly reduce their TMDL implementation costs.
Information is power. Dustin Shull from the Pennsylvania DEP, Timothy Finegan from YSI / Xylem, and David Gilbey from Aquatic Informatics share strategies for turning continuous data from your stations into water quality insight!
Chris Heyer reveals 7 ways you can share water information, anywhere, anytime. Discover how you can keep stakeholders informed with rich statistics, intuitive maps, email alerts, and live reports.
Learn how the Interstate Council on Water Policy (ICWP) secured an additional US$7.2 million in funding for water monitoring over the past two fiscal years. Ryan Muller, Peter Evans, and Stu Hamilson share strategies that can be scaled to any size funding campaign.
Monitoring expert Jayson Peterson from Entura, Hydro Tasmania discusses how the Malaysia SMART Tunnel is using modelling software to better manage urban floods. Get an inside look at the new AQUARIUS Forecast – modern software for advanced time series modelling.
Learn which monitoring & real-time communication technologies are the most popular. Find out what international standard is being adopted by 65% of water professionals. Get the latest industry trends.