Resource & Watershed Management

Centralized water data management and powerful analytics deliver the insight required to optimize multiple watershed objectives.

Water resource and watershed management is the activity of planning, developing, distributing, and managing the optimum use of water resources, while minimizing the impact of water use on the natural environment. Strategic watershed management requires accurate knowledge of the quality and supply available to meet the competing demands. Ideally, water resources are allocated equitably to satisfy all uses and demand for drinking, sanitation, manufacturing, leisure, and agriculture. This is particularly difficult with limited water resources.

AQUARIUS enables multi-objective watershed management by delivering accurate, timely, and reliable water data as the basis for evidence-based decision making.

AQUARIUS Samples Video – Discrete & Continuous Nutrient Data Integration

In this video, we’ll demonstrate how easy it is to integrate discrete sampling results with logger-based continuous data for deeper analysis using the built-in connection between AQUARIUS Samples and Time-Series. You’ll also learn how to apply signal corrections using the powerful data correction tool and automate load calculations.

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AQUARIUS Time-Series is the preferred software for continuous water data management. It allows water resource managers to correct and quality control time series data, build better rating curves, and derive and publish hydrological data in real-time. Accurate, timely, and defensible water records and reporting streamline compliance to mounting regulatory requirements. Real-time pollution alerts help safeguard precious water supplies. AQUARIUS also enables transparent water accounting for the equitable allocation of limited water resources.

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AQUARIUS Samples streamlines the production and management of environmental lab and field sample data for watershed management programs. All sample data and metadata are securely stored and validated online for rapid search, analysis, and visualization – informing better decisions anywhere and saving time. Configurable validation rules and standards automatically highlight results that require attention to ensure the highest quality data, while helping meet water resource program objectives.

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AQUARIUS EnviroSCADA is the most robust environmental data acquisition software, improving data access and timeliness. Modernized data acquisition networks require AQUARIUS EnviroSCADA to ensure real-time, reliable data collection. Leveraging the power of standards‐ based, industrial strength SCADA technology and protocols ensures 100% acquisition system uptime. AQUARIUS EnviroSCADA provides a modern unified solution that greatly improves the management of larger telemetry networks.

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AQUARIUS WebPortal delivers a simple solution for offering real-time online access to environmental data and services. State agencies can impress stakeholders with rich statistics, intuitive maps, email alerts, data exporting, and live reports. Cities can better manage floods by fostering collaboration with emergency officials. Productivity is improved as data is shared among staff, departments, and cooperating agencies. As a public portal, it enables on-demand internet access to quality controlled data and services.

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US Geological Survey: Over 8,000 Stream Gaging Stations Nationwide

To increase operational efficiencies and optimize data consistency across national offices, the USGS chose AQUARIUS as its primary platform for all time series data storage, processing, review, and dissemination.

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Water Survey of Canada: Over 2,400 Water Monitoring Stations

Water Survey of Canada trusts AQUARIUS Time-Series & AQUARIUS EnviroSCADA for the acquisition and management of data from over 2400 stream gauges, across 28 field offices, for over 200 hydrographers.

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National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research: 3500 Sites

“AQUARIUS will enable integrated management of data collection through the data lifecycle. It will allow NIWA to determine data quality and accuracy in near real-time, while tracking corrections.” - Dr. Jochen Schmidt

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