Urban Hydrology deals with the specific aspects of the hydrological cycle in urban and industrial settings. This includes all natural water flows as well as the consideration of precipitation, storm water, groundwater, rivers, and lakes, but also the infrastructure and systems for water supply and sanitation in a city.
By The OTT Hydromet Group Distributor in Burnaby, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).
Turbidity is a measure of the loss of light transmittance through a liquid due to suspended particles. The more particles in the water, the murkier it looks or the higher the turbidity. This is a measure of the quality of the water. It is measured in units called Nephelometric Turbidity Units (NTU). Turbidity can be caused by run off after a heavy rain as erosion washes soil into a river or lake. It is often increased in the spring and fall when the water temperature at different levels in a lake change causing a turnover of those levels, bringing sediment, plants, and algae to the top.
By Adedge Water Technologies, LLC Distributor in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA).
Environmental monitoring is a natural application for our solar units. Using our satellite modems, these systems can monitor vital remote areas, keep an eye on rivers or used as a remote weather station, giving us the ability to preserve our wilds while having minimal impact to achieve that goal. Since they are self-contained, they can be relocated quickly with ease, keeping costs down.
By Atookoo inc. based in Sherbrooke, QUEBEC (CANADA).
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