Aquatic Informatics Inc.

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  • Hydrometry & Hydrology – The Next Generation

    At Aquatic Informatics we are encouraged to take an active role in the community and so I was quick to agree when I was recently asked do a short course on hydrology for a conference on Global Stewardship at a local private school. It turned out to be a lot of fun, for me at least. I took a look on a map and realized that because the school is located at the crest of a hill and on the edge of a l...

Aquatic Informatics Inc.

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Aquatic Informatics Inc.

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  • How to Solve 5 Common Discrete Water Sampling Challenges

    It's with great pleasure that I’m hosting this month’s webinar on February 28th about some of the most common discrete data management challenges. This topic comes up repeatedly in the field of environmental data management. Regardless of the size of your organization, I’m sure some of the challenges that we're going to outline will resonate with you and your colleagues. Continue reading How to S...

Aquatic Informatics Inc.

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Linking the Flow of Data to the Flow of Water – Better Information Yields Better Outcomes

    Inattention and imperfect information costs individuals, organizations and society in immeasurable ways. The relatively new field of information economics (infonomics) is revealing that great efficiencies can be gained by managing information as a strategic asset. All business decisions are made with the information available at the time. Yet, this availability is often a result of desperate scra...

  • Aquatic Informatics Welcomes Tim Finegan as Director of Marketing

    February 14, 2016 – After 14 years of developing environmental and water monitoring sensors with YSI and Xylem, Tim Finegan brings his global industry knowledge to Aquatic Informatics. Continue reading Aquatic Informatics Welcomes Tim Finegan as Director of Marketing ›

Aquatic Informatics Inc.

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Generated 1 month ago

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Aquatic Informatics Inc.

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  • Adventures of a Peripatetic Hydrologist – Water Infrastructure & the Environment Conference

    Ray Maynard calls me a peripatetic hydrologist. I had to look it up. There are two meanings: 1) a person who travels from place to place or 2) an Aristotelian philosopher. I think I fit both definitions. Aristotle placed great emphasis on direct observation of nature and that theory must follow fact. I also travel a lot. Whereas I can’t deny this label, I have to wonder if it was meant as a compl...

  • Happy Holidays! Our Top 5 Most Popular Posts of 2016

    Happy holidays from all the contributors here at Hydrology Corner! It’s been another busy year at Hydrology Corner with over 34 insightful and important discussions on a range of themes such as the future of hydrology, rating curves and industry conferences. Here are our Top 5 Most Popular Posts... Continue reading Happy Holidays! Our Top 5 Most Popular Posts of 2016 ›

  • USGS Goes Live With AQUARIUS Time-Series Software

    The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has replaced its custom, in-house developed, Automated Data Processing System (ADAPS) originally designed in 1985 with the commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) AQUARIUS Time-Series software. The state of Alabama, of the USGS Lower Mississippi Water Science Center, has now officially retired the ADAPS system. This is the first in a scheduled deployment rollout...

  • U.S. Geological Survey Successfully Begins Modernization of the National Water Information System with the Rapid Deployment of AQUARIUS Time-Series Software in the State of Alabama

    December 15, 2016 – The next generation of AQUARIUS Time-Series, the world’s most powerful water data management platform, is now live across the Alabama offices of the USGS Lower Mississippi Water Science Center. Continue reading U.S. Geological Survey Successfully Begins Modernization of the National Water Information System with the Rapid Deployment of AQUARIUS Time-Series Software in the State...

  • International Hydrometry Workshop – Recent Advances in Technology & Uncertainty Analysis

    In the field of hydrometry there is benefit that arises from global collaboration. Few monitoring agencies have enough resources needed to invest in wide-ranging discovery of better ways for acquiring and producing streamflow data. However, it is feasible for local centres of expertise to develop that can advance any one of many opportunities for significant advancement in the business of water m...

  • Reflections on Water & Amusement – What We’re Willing to Pay For

    On my way home from the AWRA conference in Orlando I sat next to a fellow on his way home from the IAAPA Expo (International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions), which had taken place at the Orange County Conference Centre the same week. Even though he slept for most of the 7 hours we sat next to each other, I did learn a thing or two while he was awake. There were 35,000 people at the ...

  • AWRA Conference 2016 – Improving Water Resilience & Water Monitoring Data

    The sessions and presentations at AWRA conference in Orlando Florida reinforced many observations I have been making about the water sector. Long gone are the days when the conference was dominated by the stereotype engineer with pocket protectors and a slide rule. There are no sessions on nuances of flood frequency analysis or the shear stress of rip rap. There is obviously still a need for wate...

  • AHA Conference 2016 – Technology & Better Water Resources Management

    Stream hydrographers from all around Oceania gather for the biennial Australia Hydrographers Association Conference, which was held this year in Canberra, the capital of Australia. Water monitoring is a place-based activity meaning that hydrographers are widely dispersed all across the landscape with very little opportunity to interact, build community, share experiences, and develop best practic...

  • Aquatic Informatics Announces AQUARIUS Insider 2016

    November 10, 2016 – AQUARIUS users from around the world are joining global water leaders at the company’s annual user group meetings in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and Orlando, Florida, USA. Continue reading Aquatic Informatics Announces AQUARIUS Insider 2016 ›

  • Internet Truth vs Verifiable Truth – The Importance of Traceable Provenance in Water Information

    The most passionate people involved in the water monitoring industry all care deeply about the preservation of traceable provenance for their data. To people on the outside this can seem like an indulgence that adds a burden of work to the data management process with little apparent benefit. The benefit is ‘verifiable truth’, a distinction with little value. Until it matters! Continue reading In...

  • AQUARIUS Time-Series Deployed by U.S. Geological Survey in Private Cloud

    January 31, 2017 – The USGS has now deployed AQUARIUS Time-Series across 7 of 50 states on an Amazon Private Cloud. Continue reading AQUARIUS Time-Series Deployed by U.S. Geological Survey in Private Cloud ›

Aquatic Informatics Inc.

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Generated 5 months ago

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  • Better Water Management of Critical Habitat for Endangered Species

    In the United States, the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (ESA) defines endangered species as “any species which is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range… “ and critical habitat as “the specific areas within the geographical area occupied by the species … on which are found those physical or biological features (I) essential to the conservation of the species...

Aquatic Informatics Inc.

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • To See or Not to See? How Digital Imaging Will Change Water Monitoring

    The Riverflow 2016 conference had a full session on recent research in image-based measurements and video analysis. It is exciting to watch innovation in process as these researchers learn to exploit the capabilities of emerging consumer technologies. Never mind that the primary use of these technologies is so that people can instantly share their sense of place in the ‘real world’ within the vir...

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