Measuring groundwater level or depth-to-water is critically important for identifying long term trends, including declining water levels, saltwater intrusion, seasonal variations, aquifer recharge, artificial aquifer storage and recovery, and level status for drinking water. Receiving groundwater data via remote data transmission from one of the many OTT telemetry options available saves time and resources spent in the field.
By The OTT Hydromet Group based in Kempten, GERMANY.
Ensuring safe drinking water is a complicated and resource intensive process involving stringent state and federal requirements. Failures in the system are not only costly but can pose serious threats to public health. Pumping tests provide needed data to ensure proper flow and aquifer levels. With DriveConnect technology in place it is possible to significantly minimize expensive lift station drawdown testing.
Drive‑Chat enabled solutions can reduce costs with automated alerts and remote anywhere anytime access.
With Drive‑Chat you can:
- Monitor every pump in the system
- Efficiently control pumps
- Check well health
- Receive real-time alerts before major failures occur
- Customize alerts per specified conditions
By DriveConnect based in Brandon, FLORIDA (USA).
Groundwater and Solute Transport modeling is a sub discipline of environmental sciences with unique needs. Modeling has long utilized 3D simulations, but the ability to visualize the results has lagged far behind the simulation technology. EVS-PRO and MVS have long offered professional level presentation tools worthy of the current state-of-the-art in modeling, and EnterVol now opens that door to GIS professionals around the world. Visualization of groundwater and solute transport modeling results can be performed from third party modeling systems such as USGS MODFLOW, MT3D, GMS©, Groundwater Vistas and Visual MODFLOW© using C Tech’s tools to convert these modeling outputs into EFF format. In conjunction with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and IT Group, C Tech performed the visualization and animation of the output from a Groundwater Vistas MODFLOW and MT3D99 simulation of a large industrial complex in the central valley area of California. This site exhibits highly channelized flow which is evidenced by the flow paths. Note that flow in the lower aquifer crosses underneath the upper channels at about 30 degrees!
By C Tech Development Corporation based in Las Vegas, NEVADA (USA).
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