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  • The key advantages of FlashRES resistivity meter

    FlashRES-UNIVERSAL is the first instrument in the world that can fully utilise all its electrodes during data collection.  It is a significant technological breakthrough. FlashRES-UNIVERSAL has following key advantages: FlashRES is a 61-channal resistivity/IP system and it is extremely fast For each current injection, conventional resistivity systems usually collect ...

  • Mexico - HydroMet Calibration Vehicle with WS501 weather station on board - IGS Hydro - Case Study

    The Office of Meteorology and Hydrology in Mexico equipped a vehicle with measurement technology for verification of their Hydro-Met stations. We are proud that they decided to choose our smart WS501 compact weather station (All-in-one) for measurement of the meteorlogical parameters. With the integration of the smart weather sensor WS501-UMB the calibration vehicle can provide accurate data ...

  • Landslide Investigation in Turkey - Case Study

    After a landslide, how do you know it’s safe to build again? In 2011, after a record-setting month of rainfall, a landslide devastated the infrastructure and roads near Cankiri in Northern Turkey, effectively cutting the highway from two cities. Fortunately, the landslide occurred in the evening, and there were no ...


    By Advanced Geosciences, Inc.

  • Are Those Inexpensive iPad Sound Measurement Apps Any Good?

    Are those inexpensive iPad sound measurement apps any good? Are they as accurate as a properly calibrated $2,000 type 2 sound level meter? Let's review three separate studies, and an article: Study #1 In early 2014, NIOSH reviewed 192 sound measurement apps. NIOSH concluded, ...

  • Traffic Noise Mapping in Chile

    Against this backdrop of economic change, a two-year study got underway across three Chilean cities led by the Univ. Austral. and was supported by the Chilean Ministry of the Environment. Academically titled: “Development and analysis of noise maps of three urban agglomerations using modeling software”, the study concentrated on the Chilean cities of Coquimbo – La ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Mangroves for coastal defence

    The role of mangroves in protecting our coasts against natural hazards such as storms, tsunamis and coastal erosion has been widely promoted. But the supposed coastal protection services of mangroves have also been subject to debate. The Nature Conservancy and Wetlands International together with the University of Cambridge set out to map the current state of knowledge about the role of mangroves ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Water Quality Data Logger for Monitoring Coal Mine Runoff

    Water Quality Monitoring Solutions from dataTaker CAS DataLoggers provided an intelligent water quality data logging solution for an open-cut coal mine to monitor high salinity water runoff into local retaining ponds with a Water Quality Data Logger. The water from these retention ponds could only be released into the local river system when it was of sufficient quality to have no effect on the ...


    By CAS DataLoggers

  • Improve gas blending accuracy and save money – Case Study

    For DataChem Laboratories, precision mass flow is crucial. DataChem, originally established in 1973 as part of the University of Utah's Research Institute, has grown into a world respected analytical testing laboratory. They have the important job of testing and identifying harmful industrial and environmental toxins—from lead paint found on our children's toys to methamphetamine dust ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • Plastic materials used in one of the world`s most sophisticated laboratories located under two kilometers of rock and solid granite in the Canadian Shield

    When the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory [SNO] approached Fabricated Plastics Limited of Maple, (Toronto) Ontario, Canada, to design, manufacture and install two heavy water storage tanks and specially manufactured piping materials, the request was accompanied by a daunting list of limitations, unusual material , specifications, installation problems, and seemingly impossible engineering ...


    By Fabricated Plastics Limited

  • New Facts on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

    Do you spend more time worrying about noise at work? You are not alone. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) has become a major issue for all manner of businesses throughout the UK. Personal Injury Lawyers are now promising to fight for compensation under what they call industrial deafness but what are the facts? In total, it is estimated that 18,000 people currently suffer from noise-induced ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • What do oil sands and shale gas have in common? Acute need for sustainable water management solutions

    The world’s appetite for fossil fuels is not abating anytime soon, and the alternatives fall short. Nuclear energy makes people uneasy, coal is perceived as not being that clean, hydroelectric requires massive capital outlays, solar is still improving and the wind just doesn’t always blow. For the foreseeable future, North Americans have embraced the idea that expanded production of ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • Ocean carbon: A dent in the iron hypothesis

    Oceanographers Jim Bishop and Todd Wood of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have measured the fate of carbon particles originating in plankton blooms in the Southern Ocean, using data that deep-diving Carbon Explorer floats collected around the clock for well over a year. Their study reveals that most of the carbon from lush plankton blooms never reaches the ...

  • Delphin System Streamlines Test Evaluation at Henkel

    Measurement Data Acquisition Used in Developing New Washing Detergent In 1907 German manufacturer Henkel developed Persil, the first automatic washing powder, which made clothes washing much easier. Clothes washing went on to become even simpler and environmentally friendlier. Households began to wash with ...


    By Delphin Technology AG

  • US Nuclear (OTCMKTS:UCLE) Has Become Investor’s Preferred Choice

    US Nuclear Corp (OTCMKTS:UCLE) is the new talk of the town. Within a week, the price skyrocketed to a new high of $2.0 after it had remained within the $0.35 range for nearly a year. In this piece, we give a brief introduction of the company and all of the recent developments that contributed to its success. ...


    By US Nuclear Corporation

  • Women @ Energy: Bing Liu

    Bing Liu is a chief research engineer in the Building Energy Systems group at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. She is also a program manager overseeing PNNL’s Building Energy Codes Program, a multi-million dollar program funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and leads a team of over 20 staff across business units to support the development and deployment of energy codes and ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Who Owns Groundwater?

    California’s drought underscores the need to improve how the state - and the rest of us - divvy up a resource in demand. Grapevines march across wires strung along rolling hills, their little trunks improbably supporting heavy black fruit. Cindy Steinbeck’s family has been farming this land since 1920. They grow Zinfandel, Viognier, Cabernet, Merlot, and Petite Syrah grapes but are ...


    By Ensia

  • Field Performance Testing for Pipeline Pumps

    Significant energy savings can be achieved by optimizing pump operating efficiency. Measuring the exact pump performance with crude oil under realistic conditions in the field is the first step towards improving the pump efficiency in the future. About 20 billion barrels of crude oil were transported through pipelines in 2015. Around the world, there are over one million kilometers of ...


    By Sulzer Ltd.

  • Harnessing The Power Of Microbes

    University researchers are advancing both the understanding and scalability of a biological process where bacteria living under anaerobic conditions consume organic waste and generate electrons and protons that are tapped for electricity production.IMAGINE a self-sustaining battery that never runs out of juice. While the notion may sound far-fetched, Dr. Leonard Tender at the Naval Research ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • The mystery of electronic water treatment unveiled

    The problems of scale are well known to those living and working in "hard" water areas. Scale is the undesirable consequence of water supplies becoming super-saturated with dissolved minerals.  These problems are of greater significance if found in industrial water systems and commercial buildings. Scaling problems commonly occur, even in "soft" water areas, when a fluid stream is ...

  • By the Numbers

    In a sense, metrology makes the world go around. It can quantify how long it takes the Earth to rotate, and the science of weights and measurements underpins everything from telling time to ensuring the fairness of international trade agreements. Metrologists must be extremely precise in their measurements, according to Alan Steele, Canada’s chief metrologist and the general manager of ...


    By ASTM International

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