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Make the Most of Your Monitoring Budget

Community-engaging networks for groundwater managers and scientists

Factual understanding of water resources is becoming increasingly important for today’s water managers. But tight budgets, reduced staffing, and limited access to land in critical areas to deploy monitoring wells makes getting the data and understanding more challenging.

Restrictions on field travel due to the Novel Coronavirus emphasize the value of remote monitoring to provide continuous real-time data for ongoing – and crisis – resource management.

– What if you could see real-time, high-resolution water level details from your groundwater basin and surface-water sources securely online?

– What if you could transform private wells into a monitoring network at fraction of the cost?

– What if stakeholders in your area could learn about water resources and understand the importance of water management on their own time?

– What if you could identify and proactively manage risk in your water supply?

Learn how state and local resource scientists, rural water managers, land managers and concerned citizens are working together to manage shared resources using Wellntel technology.

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Mar 12 2021


11:30 am - 12:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Mar 12 2021
  • Time: 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm


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