Water supply and management infrastructure is designed based on best knowledge of the local hydrology. Historically, stationarity has largely been assumed for these plans and designs, but increasingly elements of nonstationarity, from a variety of sources, can no longer be ignored.
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Critical Local Element Part 2 – Measurable Saturated Thickness
A fundamental reason for monitoring water levels in a well is to understand the groundwater resource available to support a home or community, a farm, or a business. Wellntel shows how the exploitable groundwater resource, directly related to the measurable saturated thickness of the aquifer, can be tracked on Analytics Dashboard
Better resource management
Groundwater experts from four prominent Texas institutions have presented results of ongoing projects in partnership with Wellntel concluding that that Wellntel sensors “provide accurate and reliable continuous data with advanced cloud-based analytics at a low cost.