Hydrometrics & Accounting

AQUARIUS is the world’s leading water accounting platform, used by hundreds of agencies to quality control water data, build better rating curves, derive accurate flows, and model hydrological systems.

Water availability challenges are increasing with the population. Decision makers need consistent, timely, reliable information to solve critical water resource problems. Understanding regional hydrological cycles requires rainfall, groundwater, water quality, and flow characteristics of surface water. Water balance models can help optimize allocation for public water supply, irrigation, hydropower, environmental flows, and industrial sectors.

The integrated, transparent, and equitable use of water starts with information. Today’s authorities rely on AQUARIUS for insight to optimize the social, environmental, and economic benefits derived from limited water resources.

WSC Webinar: 7 Ways to Quality Control Water Data in Real-Time

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 your hydrometric data in real-time.

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