Using AD and WaterDrop Groups and BookMarks, Curators can hide Personally Identifiable Information while sharing vital real-time water information from private collection locations on Public-Facing Websites.
Wellntel’s WaterDrop BookMark creates an easily navigable platform to share live publicly available as well as private (opted-in) data to create dynamic water dashboards and public-facing websites.
WaterDropTM BookMark enables anyone to share local facts about water.
On April 20th, 2021, we published powerful new code – we’re calling it WaterDrop – that will change your Analytics Dashboard experience.
Analytics Dashboard users will welcome a powerful new interactive capability that allows any data to be charted against any data so that smarter conclusions can be drawn and more complete reports can be shared.
When we learned that Joe Fillingham would be leaving, only one name came to mind as his potential replacement, and we’re thrilled to announce that Kendri Salmans has joined the Wellntel team.
The uncertainty (or veracity) of that specific data and information is important to the confidence in the management decisions being made – decisions that affect communities, businesses, farmers and the natural environment
Can scientists and managers harness the power of the data and effectively turn it into the insight needed to make more informed water management decisions?
A Wellntel network is the perfect platform on which to design and implement local groundwater-monitoring programs and to enable local experts to identify and quantify groundwater droughts and to manage the impacts.
Groundwater-dependent growers should establish monitoring networks early in the water year to quantify saturated thickness before the growing season. A direct relation exists between the saturated thickness of an aquifer and the groundwater volume available for extraction constrained by regulation and/or principles of sustainability. Under natural conditions, the water table of an unconfined aquifer willContinue reading “Farmers should track aquifer saturated thickness to plan crops and irrigation”