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Remote Data Acquisition

Volume 2 Number 5 September/October 2003

Remote water resource monitoring systems are now being used in applications as simple as monitoring soil moisture at a golf course to as complex as multi-sensored systems that provide snow melt, stream discharge, reservoir level, meteorological, and water quality data in order to adjust flow through a regional water distribution system. Recent advances in sensor and data transmission technologies have made these systems more feasible than ever. Furthermore, Internet capabilities allow widespread access to the data. Our feature authors discuss various kinds of remote monitoring systems and their applications.

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