Dustin Shull scuba diving.

Dustin Shull from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Join Dustin, Tim, and myself on September 30th for the webinar: Expert Tips for Continuous Water Quality Monitoring!

It is with great pleasure that I am co-hosting this month’s webinar on continuous water quality monitoring with the Pennsylvania DEP and YSI, a Xylem brand. As the presenters – Dustin Shull, Tim Finegan and I – started to compile our information for this webinar, it became apparent to all that there is a lot more to discuss and present with water quality professionals around the world than we can cover in one hour. You can certainly look forward to more webinars on this topic!

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A photo of the Duke Energy Centre.

Day 2 of the National Water Quality Monitoring Conference in Cincinnati, OH was an interesting day of presentations. The rest of the week appears to be just as fascinating. It has been great reconnecting with old peers, making new connections, and listening to the presentations on some very thought-provoking projects. The passion for water resources expressed by this year’s attendees inspires me, and I think...

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A photo of Dave Gibley in Peru for World Water Day.

Water has provided me personally with some of the most amazing experiences of my life. As I sit here in Peru overlooking the ocean on World Water Day I can’t help but reflect on my own relationship with water and the experiences I had. I have always been drawn to water. I have always loved being in it and around it and have made my career...

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Neil Young.

The recent uproar over Neil Young’s comments about Alberta’s oilsands development got me thinking about energy and water. Water is used in many of our energy generation methods. Whether it’s hydro power, thermal generation, oil extraction, etc., water is vital to most current energy production methods. That might not be a problem except water is also vital for agriculture, industry, drinking water, domestic use, waste removal...

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