eBooks & Whitepapers
Poorly documented, poorly communicated water data are a source of frustration for many organizations that result in harmful delays or unfavorable outcomes. It’s time for change! Ensuring the right information gets to the right people at the right time to make the right decisions is a choice now available for all water monitoring organizations. Read this eBook to learn how data-to-information-to-knowledge management ensures that better decisions prevail.
July 2015 was the hottest month in recorded history according to NOAA! Extreme droughts around the world are creating an opportunity for hydrologists to record a historic event. Every drop counts. Every measurement counts. Droughts are a global problem that require new hydrological insight. Stu Hamilton’s latest whitepaper presents 7 best practices for monitoring water during droughts.
There is a solution … you understand the value of water monitoring but need additional, sustainable funding. Know that you are not alone. The gap between water monitoring capability and the rapidly evolving need for evidence-based policies, planning, and engineering design is growing. 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.
The OGC WaterML 2.0 standard is an industry game-changer. The interoperable exchange of water data across agencies is unlocking information silos. But not all data are created equal. Sharing data quality is key to building trust. Making the right decisions requires data that are fit for purpose. This eBook examines the current standards for characterizing and communicating data quality. Discover how qualifying your data can build confidence and trust.
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.
700+ water professionals participated in this global hydrological monitoring study. How can you keep pace with the industry revolution? Get this report for the latest trends, standards, and practices.