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Global Hydrological Monitoring Industry Trends

Over 700 water professionals from 90 countries participated in the study. Here are highlights from the global survey report:

  • Networks are expected to grow by 53% more stations by 2022
  • 40% of stations will have web sensors, satellites & telephones
  • 66% are implementing USGS standard operating procedures
  • 49% reported an increase in hydrologist salaries since 2002
  • 83% reported an increase in the importance of data modeling
  • 46% expect to report daily means & unit values dynamically
  • 28% use a commercial hydrological data management system

This report can help you understand how to best prioritize your investments today and over the next 10 years, to meet the growing demands of end-users and optimize the performance of your water monitoring program. You're invited to get the full report now to benchmark your program!

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Author: Stuart Hamilton was a senior hydrometric technologist with Water Survey Canada for 30 years and managed the operations of 500+ monitoring stations. He is an expert volunteer with WMO, ISO, NASH, and OGC. Stu is Senior Hydrologist at Aquatic Informatics.
To increase operational efficiencies and optimize data consistency nationwide, the USGS chose AQUARIUS for all time series data storage, processing, review, and dissemination. Since 2005, the USGS has relied on AQUARIUS to build accurate rating curves.