Helen Taylor

Helen brings years of experience in journalism, marketing communications and public relations to her role as content manager for In-Situ. She has written and edited more newspaper, magazine and journal articles than she can count; scripted and produced numerous promotional and educational videos; and edited two books published by Cambridge University Press. She is also an award-winning playwright and enjoys all forms of creative storytelling.


Posts by Helen Taylor:

Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed

Posted on: 08 Jan 2020

To assess the impact of prescribed burns on the Poudre River and its tributaries in Northern Colorado, the Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed (CPRW) has trained volunteers to use In-Situ equipment to collect water quality data at multiple sites … Continue

Midwest GeoSciences Partners with In-Situ to Provide Essential Professional Training

Posted on: 27 Dec 2019

Seeing a need for professional development courses for hydrogeologists, Midwest GeoSciences tapped the expertise of top industry professionals and partnered with In-Situ to develop the definitive course on aquifer testing.

Large irrigation district adds low-maintenance Doppler sensors to its monitoring mix

Posted on: 12 Dec 2019

Seeking a flow monitoring alternative for areas where mechanical meters were problematic, the Central California Irrigation District found an affordable and reliable solution with AgriFlo XCi meters and Doppler insert velocity sensors.

In-Situ Partners with Fort Collins and CSU to Monitor Poudre River Water Quality

Posted on: 21 Nov 2019

Contact: Helen Taylor, htaylor@in-situ.com, (970) 498-1655 Nov. 21, 2019 – In-Situ Inc. has partnered with the City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University to install nine water monitoring stations along the Poudre River. In-Situ equipment at each site will … Continue

Wastewater monitoring in refugee camp guides short and long-term planning

Posted on: 18 Nov 2019

Wastewater monitoring in a UNHCR camp for Syrian refugees helps the relief agency meet current needs and plan for the future.

Tale of Two Cities: Innovators Improve MS4 Monitoring Strategies

Posted on: 04 Oct 2019

Dissatisfied with the quality and quantity of data available using traditional collection methods, Hoover, AL, turned to advancements in continuous monitoring to take its MS4 program to the next level. Not long after, Montgomery, AL, followed suit.

Numbers matter: Colorado group backs up restoration work with hard data

Posted on: 19 Sep 2019

Wildlands Restoration Volunteers has spent years restoring Campbell Creek to its original splendor. Now, with donated equipment from In-Situ, they’re able to measure the full impact of their hard work.

Booming beach town secures water supply with new wells, better data

Posted on: 09 Sep 2019

A coastal town reliant on aquifers for its drinking water works to prevent saltwater intrusion by diversifying water sources and installing monitoring equipment to provide near-real-time, actionable data.

Surveying Company Finds New Opportunities with In-Situ Equipment

Posted on: 16 Aug 2019

A Pacific Northwest surveying firm successfully expanded its capabilities using the Aqua TROLL 600 to monitor water quality for a large industrial customer.

Treatment Plant Finds Aqua TROLL 600 Key to Cost-Effective Optimization

Posted on: 16 Jul 2019

Four Aqua TROLL 600s installed in treatment basins at the Ed Love Water Treatment Plant in Tuscaloosa, AL, have helped maintain optimization and keep plant maintenance costs in check with real-time data collection.