Real Time Hydrologic Monitoring


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Students in ASM/ERM 309 deploy real-time hydrological equipment at 2 study sites in Centre County. The equipment includes a datalogger and 12 V batter, a solar panel and several sensors that will run from the datalogger in the enclosure box and into the stream. The sensors include a dissolved oxygen probe, a water level sensor, and a rain gauge. Collected data will be made available to the PaSEC website.

Read the final student report delivered to the local gov/community partner.

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Heather Gall
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