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Meet the Author

Stu Hamilton
Senior Hydrologist
Aquatic Informatics

Stu Hamilton was a senior hydrometric technologist with Water Survey Canada for nearly 30 years and managed the operations of over 500 monitoring stations. He is a volunteer with for the WMO, the ISO, NASH, and the OGC.

The 5 Essential Elements of a Hydrological Monitoring Program

1. Quality Management System - Gain access to the latest international industry standards from the USGS, ISO, and WMO to improve your QMS.

2. Network Design - Get tips to optimize your network design to meet your monitoring objectives and to account for the complexity of your watershed.

3. Technology - Consider new strategies for selecting technologies that can maximize your information-to-cost ratio over the lifespan of your devices.

4. Training - Learn how training can help minimize procedural blunders resulting from errors in data collection and data handling.

5. Data Management - Discover how you can centralize your data and leverage powerful analytics for higher data integrity, reliability, and timeliness.

If you would like to learn more about best practices for a modern monitoring program - download this whitepaper today!

Best practices, industry standards, and technologies for hydrometric monitoring have changed substantially in the last decade. Written for today’s hydrologist, this whitepaper outlines modern approaches that can improve the availability, reliability, and accuracy of all of your water information assets.

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