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5 Essential Elements of a Hydrological Monitoring Program

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Written for water resource managers, this paper presents the latest industry standards and best practices for improving the availability, reliability, and accuracy of data for today's water monitoring programs.

  1. Quality Management System – read the latest USGS, ISO, and WMO industry standards to improve your QMS.
  2. Network Design – get tips to optimize your network design to meet your monitoring objectives.
  3. Technology – discover technologies that can maximize your information-to-cost ratio over the lifespan of devices.
  4. Training – learn how training can minimize procedural blunders and errors in data collection and handling.
  5. Data Management – learn how to centralize and analyze your data for higher integrity, reliability, and timeliness.

Read more about these best practices for a modern monitoring program – download the whitepaper today!

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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.