water level recorder Articles

  • Preparing a Beachside City for Future Storm Events with Proco ProFlex™ Check Valves - Case Study

    Project: Post Hurricane Sandy Storm Drainage Update Location: Long Branch, New Jersey Contractor: Precise Construction Proco Products Agent: Valve Tech Sales Distributor: Atlantic Waterworks Long Branch is an oceanfront city of about 30,000 people in northern New Jersey. Much of the city ...


    By Proco Products, Inc.

  • Warmest Decade on Record Brings Record Temperatures and Weather Extremes

    In recent years weather events have whiplashed between the extremes of heat and cold, flooding and drought. Carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases—largely from the burning of coal, oil, and natural gas—have loaded up in the atmosphere, heating the planet and pushing humanity onto a climatic seesaw of weather irregularities. High-temperature records in many places are already being ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Water Level Measurements-Part 1

    Confused about which instrumentation to use in your water level monitoring system? In-Situ offers two categories of pressure sensors for water level measurements: absolute or non-vented sensors, and gauged or vented sensors. They look the same and both measure pressure and water level, but they have drastically different applications, outputs and accuracy. The absolute (or non-vented) water level ...


    By In-Situ, Inc.

  • Determination of diurnal water level fluctuations in headwaters

    The aim of this paper is to study diurnal fluctuations of the water level in streams draining headwaters and to identify the controlling factors. The fieldwork was carried out in the Gryżynka River catchment, western Poland. The water levels of three streams draining into the headwaters via a group of springs were monitored in the years 2011–2014. Changes in the water pressure and water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Eco-economy indicator: past decade the hottest on record

    The first decade of the twenty-first century was the hottest since recordkeeping began in 1880. With an average global temperature of 14.52 degrees Celsius (58.1 degrees Fahrenheit), this decade was 0.2 degrees Celsius (0.36 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than any previous decade. The year 2005 was the hottest on record, while 2007 and 2009 tied for second hottest. In fact, 9 of the 10 warmest years ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • A Record Year for EHS Non-Compliance fines in the UK

    The sentencing landscape for Environmental, Health and Safety offences in the UK (England & Wales specifically) has undergone significant change over the last 18 months. In England and Wales, companies have been handed record fines in these fields. So what does this mean for businesses? ...

  • Lake water levels for calibration of the S-HYPE model

    Lake water levels are easy to measure, and can be seen as a transformation of discharge. Water level measurements from 42 lakes in Sweden were analysed, and eight of these lakes were modelled using the Swedish S-HYPE model. The objective was to test if a hydrological model can be calibrated using water level data instead of discharge. A semi-analytical lake routing was developed to resolve ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • 2012, a year of record-breaking extreme weather and climate

    The United States experienced its hottest year on record in 2012. On a global scale, not only did last year mark the 36th consecutive year the annual global temperature was above average, but each successive decade in the last 50 years has been the warmest on record. Additionally, the recent draft National Climate Assessment states that it is “virtually certain” that global ...

  • Use of Eight Well Purging and Sampling Record

    This article describes a groundwater well purging and sampling form that can be downloaded at our website. A click on the articles button will take you to a list of Monitoring Tips and Procedures articles, one of which is the sampling form. The form can be used to record  indicator parameters pH, conductivity, temperature, etc., taken during ...


    By RotaPump, Inc

  • Analysis of Organophosphorus and Organonitrogen herbicides in water using GC/MS with selected ion recording

    Laboratories monitoring trace level pesticides and herbicides by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) frequently utilize Selected Ion Recording (SIR) techniques to maximize analytical sensitivity for quantification. With analytical standards, precision is limited to a large extent only by the autosampler and other instrumental effects. However, real-world samples pose a greater challenge. ...


    By PerkinElmer, Inc.

  • Example of water level data logger use - case study

    Geo Kamp Limited is pleased to present a typical hydrogeologic project using Heron Water Level Data Loggers (referred to as the dipperLog). The accompanying hydrographs represent the data collected for a Test Well located near Lake Simcoe (north of Toronto) in 2010. It was difficult to coordinate the schedule of the water well contractor due to inclement weather (bitterly cold) and the project ...


    By HERON Instruments Inc.

  • Stevens Equipment Records Historical Information During Tsunami - Case study

    On the eve of the discontinuation of Stevens chart recorders, we are republishing the following article about the highest profile contribution that our products have made in their 116 year history. This article was originally published in the Stevens Water Monitor newsletter in 2007. One of the longest lived products in water resource monitoring has been the Stevens’ chart recorder. In ...

  • A Brief History of Stevens` 116 Year Chart Recorder Legacy

    The legendary mechanical chart recorder for environmental monitoring dates back to 1911, when John C. Stevens invented the Type A chart recorder. In 1906, J.C. Stevens was the Hydrographer for the USGS out of Portland, Oregon, and was soon promoted to District Engineer.  While with the USGS, he realized that hiring local citizens to observe and record height of water was not accurate or ...

  • The joint effect of water price changes and pressure management, at the economic annual real losses level, on the system input volume of a water distribution system

    This study attempts to examine the factors affecting the residential water demand level in the city of Kozani in Greece. Based on an 8-year (2005–12) detailed sample of residential water demand panel data, the values of the water price (WP) elasticity of residential demand are identified, and the influence of socio-economic and demographic factors and climate conditions on water-use levels and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Mutual fund companies show record high support for climate change shareholder resolutions

    Mutual fund companies are showing stronger interest in climate change and its financial impacts on companies in their vast portfolios, according to new proxy voting data announced today by Ceres, a sustainability advocacy group. During the 2013 proxy season, large mutual fund company support for climate-related shareholder resolutions reached an all-time high 29 percent, up from 27 percent in ...


    By Ceres

  • Modelling Wetland Bird Response to Water Level Changes in the Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Hydrosystem

    Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River (LOSL) wetland bird abundance and diversity are greatly influenced by lake and river hydrology. Our study used an interdisciplinary ecosystem approach, blending avian and plant ecology, ecohydraulic, statistical ecology and modelling to evaluate potential impacts of water level fluctuations on indicator species representative of the wetland breeding bird ...


    By Springer

  • The Thames flood series: a lack of trend in flood magnitude and a decline in maximum levels

    The flow series for the River Thames near its tidal limit is one of the most studied in the world. Its length and completeness, and the richness of the historical information which augments the formal flow record, ensures that the series is of immense value. However, the variability in flood magnitude and frequency that it captures needs to be interpreted with caution. The homogeneity of the time ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Case study - Pinpointing low level sanitary noise in apartment building

    Problem A newly built apartment building consists of several floors with multiple apartments on each floor. One of the ground floor apartments is disturbed by sanitary noise from the apartment above, which is heard whenever the toilets in the top apartment are being flushed. The sanitary noise is heard in several rooms, and the level was measured to be around 30 to 35 dB, which is above ...


    By Norsonic AS

  • The response of mangrove soil surface elevation to sea level rise

    Coastal ecosystems such as mangroves can reduce risk to people and infrastructure from wave damage and flooding. The continued provision of these coastal defence services by mangroves is dependent on their capacity to adapt to projected rates of sea level rise. This report explores the capacity of mangrove soil surfaces to increase in elevation in response to local rises in sea level. Historical ...


    By Wetlands International

  • When Speed and Accuracy Count: Enwave Houston and Oklahoma City Successfully Deploy Sahara Tool for Leak Inspection Projects in Record Time

    Sahara technology is winning accolades from satisfied owners and operators of buried infrastructure the world over. In North America, two recent projects demonstrate the benefits of using this in-line tethered tool for critical leak detection surveys, especially when speed and accuracy are paramount. ...

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