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Happy Holidays From Your Friends at Hydrology Corner!

It has been an incredible year! Thank you for being part of the Hydrology Corner family in 2013. We appreciate your interest and it’s been a pleasure discussing best practices, data management, water quality and trends in the water monitoring industry with you all. We would like to wish you all the best for the holiday season!

Rating Curves, Water Monitoring, Management, Hydrological Monitoring, hydrological data, hydrological methods, hydrology, hydrology blog, hydrology corner, water data, Monitoring

Build Better Rating Curves – 5 Best Practices Video

Aquatic Informatics is a software company. Software is a set of algorithms that take inputs and produce some sort of output based on encoded rules. In order to be most efficient the human machine interface needs to be designed along a work flow of ‘best practice’. The AI user group meeting is one of our primary methods for ensuring that our software both ‘does the right thing’ and ‘does the thing right’. These sessions are designed to be more of a conversation than training per se. This feedback may validate our alignment with best practices or it may identify opportunities … Read More

Water Quality Monitoring, Management, Hydrological Monitoring, hydrological data, hydrological methods, hydrology, hydrology blog, hydrology corner, water data, Monitoring

Hello From AQUARIUS Insider – User Group Training Day 2!

Hello from AQUARIUS Insider Day 2! We have a full room of AQUARIUS Insiders and more than a few hundred people watching online.  I hope that you found some useful tips and trick from my presentation this morning on using AQUARIUS for “Water Quality Management and TMDL Compliance”.  I have a bag full of Water Quality ideas for future webinars, so stay tuned.  The more I watch the other presentations…the more ideas I get! While I type this, I’m watching one of our Support Specialists Alex Graf give his presentation on “Developing Custom Report Templates in AQUARIUS” and learning a lot!  I … Read More

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Soothing a Sting to the Integrity of Science

Scientific knowledge shapes many of our collective beliefs and decisions, but what of its integrity? It’s a question that’s receiving increasing attention, most recently because of a strategically orchestrated sting operation by Science Magazine’s John Bohannon involving the submission of intentionally flawed papers to over 300 open-access journals 1.  It revealed a less than pretty picture of the state of the peer review and quality control processes at scholarly open-access journals, a problem that is hard to believe does not extend to traditional subscription based journals, like Science 2.  Certainly, Bohannon’s decision to exclude these journals is suspicious, as open-access … Read More

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Boom Bust & Echo – Global Water Infrastructure Renewal

Clean, safe, water delivery to your home is a really good idea. Sanitary treatment of water waste from your home is a really good idea.  Protecting valued assets from periodic destruction is a really good idea. These have always been good ideas but the Roman model of aqueducts languished for millennia. It is only in the past 50 to 100 years that engineering and technology have made these ideas affordable without the crushing costs of conquering neighboring nations to provide slaves for the task. The construction of water infrastructure experienced a boom as modern engineers solved the problems of storing … Read More

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