Articles & Whitepapers
Satellite reveals global lakes face a thirsty future
The world’s large lakes, life-sustaining vaults of fresh water, are disappearing at an alarming rate, as disclosed in a groundbreaking study led by Yao et al. This scientific deep-dive unveils an uncomfortable truth: in the last three decades, the volume of more than half of the world’s natural lakes and artificial reservoirs has declined significantly. ...
Measuring Water Stress
There are different ways to measure how deeply the demand for water exceeds the supply and what it means Water scarcity and water stress are terms we hear often, but what exactly do they mean? It ...
Podcast: Data Driving Science - Who Provides the Data?
As a developer and manufacturer of hydrological and meteorological monitoring solutions, at OTT HydroMet we know a thing or two about collecting and evaluating atmospheric data. That’s why Victor Cassella and Sasha Ivans, two of our ...
Equipment & Solutions
Wave Buoy for Oceanographic and Water Quality Sensors
Wave buoys effectively measure currents and waves in a dynamic environment is challenging. Aanderaa has optimized existing sensors and developed new ones to meet requirements from operational users and researchers accurately. We provide accurate real-time data from our own DB1750 Buoy platform. Combining state of the art sensors from the Aanderaa Ocean Waves, Ocean Currents, and Water Quality ...