Posts Tagged: learn about ground water

Actionable Groundwater Information

Wellntel Analytics Dashboard Sample

This December, Wellntel is launching a revolutionary new way for groundwater managers and their consultants to access, view, explore, and act on data from groundwater monitoring networks. Wellntel’s Analytics Dashboard is a living library of interactive tools to see groundwater network and well behaviors and interactions in real-time, creating powerful new opportunities for managers and consultants…. Read more »

New Mexico’s Groundwater Future

New Mexico's Groundwater Future

You’re invited to learn about a new community-oriented groundwater monitoring program that aims to cover the state of New Mexico, especially engaging rural participants like farmers, ranchers, well owners and municipalities. Recent years have seen water shortages in communities across New Mexico, from Magdalena to Questa to Wagon Mound to Clovis. New Mexico currently lacks… Read more »

Introductory meeting at the Riveredge Nature Center on September 6th at 6:30pm

Learn how citizens of Ozaukee and Washington Counties can build a Community Groundwater Network Neighbors, farmers, schools, and businesses of Ozaukee and Washington Counties can work together to understand groundwater, create smart local agreements, increase social and economic resilience, and protect the land and property value. Experts will share facts about area groundwater, you can see… Read more »

August 17th: Groundwater in South Benton County Oregon

Alpine Oregon

Learn how citizens and neighbors of South Benton County Oregon can work together to measure and understand groundwater, build community support for smart local management, and protect property value. See live demonstrations, discuss project goals, enjoy refreshments. At the Alpine Community Center 6pm – 8pm, August 17th RSVP RICHARDSAYLOR@PEAK.ORG. Download and share a flyer for… Read more »

What is a Community Wellntel Groundwater Network?

Installing a Wellntel system

You may have seen a tweet or a post about Wellntel Community Groundwater Networks, as opposed to just singular groundwater sensors. Wellntel networks are arrays of sensors in which the data from a few or many sensors can be assembled to answer questions about connections between supply and demand in an area or evaluate risk or opportunity. Groundwater scientists have… Read more »

Wellntel Sponsors – Changing the way we see Groundwater

Wellntel Sponsors

Coinciding with Groundwater Week 2016, Wellntel Announces “Sponsors” — a program designed to make groundwater facts available everywhere. Wellntel’s new “Sponsor” program makes large-scale, stakeholder-engaging groundwater monitoring a reality. Sponsoring of Wellntel systems is happening in 25 states already. Today’s announcement formalizes the program and augments the underlying tools and resources that make it possible…. Read more »

Announcing SensorLink: a powerful new PC app to get more from your Wellntel Sensors

Wellntel SensorLink

SensorLink is a PC application intended for use with Wellntel Sensors to enable remote start-up, collection of readings, upload of collected readings to the Wellntel Cloud, local reading collection and well diagnostics. SensorLink is useful as an alternative to a Wellntel Gateway, when Internet connectivity is not available but a Wellntel Sensor is being used to… Read more »

New Features on Wellntel Dashboard; including Smartphone Hydrographs

Wellntel Mobile Web Hydrograph

Earlier this week, we posted new features to customer dashboards to provide easier access to the most important groundwater information, improve communication, increase system accuracy and uptime. Here are a few of the highlights: 1.) Mobile Web includes Groundwater and Tank Level When you login to your Wellntel account using a smartphone, you’ll be able… Read more »

Wisconsinites care about their groundwater

Wellntel in Wisconsin

  Wellntel isn’t just for drought: it’s for anyone interested in resources, water, conservation, climate and weather, farming, irrigation, or just, simply, lowering costs and preventing emergencies. That’s why, in water-rich Wisconsin, Wellntel networks are popping up all over: Here is the current list of counties with Wellntel: Dane Ozaukee Washington Waukesha Milwaukee Manitowoc Sheboygan Kewaunee… Read more »

What’s on a typical Wellntel Groundwater Information Dashboard?

Wondering what’s on a typical Wellntel Groundwater Information Dashboard and what can you do with it? Organize your wells into sites. View the groundwater levels in your wells on a continuous, zoomable time series chart. View your wells on a map. Compare trends in your well to the area around you. Monitor your Wellntel Sensor’s battery… Read more »