WaterDrop visitors and Wellntel Analytics Dashboard (AD) Subscribers will enjoy powerful new features, released today, May 25th 2021.
What you can do with WaterDrop
On April 20th, 2021, we published powerful new code – we’re calling it WaterDrop – that will change your Analytics Dashboard experience.
Water resources are changing more quickly than ever, in response to climate change, population growth and density, and industrialization. Ubiquitous water monitoring that includes real-time supply, demand and balance as its vital metrics and triggers is the key to managing water sustainably.
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.
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?
It was once thought that groundwater monitoring would be the exclusive purview of government scientists, agencies and regulators. Wellntel upends that premise by enlisting, teaching and enabling citizens and community groups to themselves become collectors of groundwater data. We’ve seen that businesses are as interested as citizens and communities in sustainability, and need groundwater facts to meet their profit goals, their goalsContinue reading “Groundwater insights allow businesses to meet sustainability goals”
Wellntel will provide an invited presentation at the Annual Texas Groundwater Conference hosted by the American Ground Water Trust. The conference – titled Everything Aquifers and Groundwater Management – is co-sponsored by the Texas Water Development Board. The event brings together “engineers, scientist, planners, water-resource managers, agency professionals and attorneys to share up to dateContinue reading “Wellntel’s Chuck Dunning presenting at the Annual Texas Groundwater Conference”
The need for continuous hydrological data is growing, while the ability of government agencies to collect and interpret these data is flat or declining. Photo from Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin 111, full citation below * The responsibility for groundwater resource management is shifting from governments to citizens Recent legislation and legal rulings onContinue reading “As central oversight lessens, neighbors take resilience into their own hands”