Water monitoring training resources with large play button.

Water monitoring is a place-based activity. The work is wherever the water is, which is all over the planet. A stream hydrographer can cover a very large geographic area so regional offices typically only concentrate a small number of hydrographers at any one location and there are many locations. Water monitoring agencies have limited resources available to develop specialized training material or to send hydrographers...

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Helicopter in New Zealand.

I recently had the very great pleasure of meeting Jeff and Marianne Watson of New Zealand - the power couple of stream hydrography. I learned a lot from our discussions – the differences in stream gauging techniques and methods between New Zealand and North America can sometimes be traced to differences in geo-physical realities but sometimes the differences are just plain puzzling. A project that will no...

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