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.
In-Situ Solutions - Success Stories
A Pacific Northwest surveying firm successfully expanded its capabilities using the Aqua TROLL 600 to monitor water quality for a large industrial customer.
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.
Andy Jones compares the catfish industry to the jagged graph of a heartbeat displayed on an EKG machine. The peaks and valleys of that pulsating line are a vivid metaphor for the fluctuating fortunes of a seasonal business dependent on … Continue
Students from around the country sign up for the Hydrogeology Field Course at Western Michigan University in order to gain experience with equipment and applications that will prepare them for the workplace in ways a textbook never could.
China Institute of Geological Environmental Monitoring (CIGEM) is a public institution directly under the geological survey of China. It is responsible for the construction and management of the national geological environment monitoring network; the monitoring, forecasting, early warning and related … Continue
Lower 48 Instruments works in partnership with consulting engineers to provide equipment and manpower for flow studies. IBI Group, out of Columbus, OH, USA, contracted with the company to provide placement expertise, equipment and data collection for a period of … Continue
Jim Ivey’s Field Methods course at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg is notoriously tough. But every semester the class quickly fills with students eager to learn how to operate professional monitoring equipment and design their own monitoring projects.
“It’s a perfect marriage of helping people out and learning. You’re not only improving your own knowledge, you’re improving the quality of life for other people.” Evan Lutz, environmental engineering student and project lead
After a third arduous journey to the glacier caves of Mt. Rainier, Dr. Lee Florea is thrilled to discover his In-Situ monitoring equipment has survived the elements and collected a treasure trove of data.