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USGS Webinar

Modernizing Water Time-Series Data Collection & Processing

Watch hydrology expert Joseph Nielsen present these webinar highlight:

  • How trends are changing water monitoring
  • Tips to going real-time & maintaining quality
  • USGS field strategies for collecting better data
  • Best practices for continuous data processing
  • Tips for making data production paperless
  • Future directions in time-series data management

In real-time, the USGS collects, processes, quality controls, and publishes data from nearly 15,000 continuous monitoring stations nationally.

Watch this webinar to learn how to modernize your monitoring program today!

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Since 2002, Joseph Nielsen has been National Water Information System Liaison charged with improving the lives of USGS working records. Joseph is responsible for the efficient storage, processing & publishing of water time series data collected from over 15,000 stream gauges nationally.
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.