Application Stories

  • Restoring Coral Reefs at the Island of Koh Tao
    The New Heaven Reef Conservation Program (NHRCP) uses HOBO Pendant data loggers as part of its work to actively restore the coral reefs around the island of Koh Tao.
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  • Three Generations near the Banks of the Bagmati
    HOBO MX2001 Bluetooth Water Level loggers monitor Nepal's Bagmati River and serve as proof-of-concept for citizen-science methods being employed in an effort to improve the area's dwindling water supply.
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  • Logging the Energy Efficiency of Sustainable "Earthship" Homes
    A variety of HOBO data loggers used in the post-occupancy evaluation of sustainable "Earthship" homes.
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  • Onset Temperature Loggers Deployed to Aid River Restoration in Pacific Northwest
    The Freshwater Trust conservation organization is using TidbiT data loggers to help ensure that the wild and scenic rivers of the Pacific Northwest are protected and restored.
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  • Water Level Monitoring Provides Concrete Data for Long-term Wetland Study
    A Minnesota environmental consulting company is monitoring six wetlands to assess any hydrology-related impacts from a nearby residential development under construction.
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  • Monitoring Supports Coastal Environmental Impact Study in South Korea
    South Korean water management agency utilizes data loggers to investigate coastal water impacts from hydroelectric dam discharges.
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  • Bluetooth Data Loggers Streamline Museum Environmental Monitoring
    The Idemitsu Museum of Arts in Tokyo uses convenient Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) data loggers to monitor temperature and relative humidity, ensuring optimal environmental conditions for the preservation of its valuable art objects, including paintings, calligraphy, and ceramics.
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  • Level Loggers Assess Salt Marsh Responses to Sea Level Rise
    Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve used water level data loggers as part of a study that helped bolster the conclusion that losses of a certain marsh grass in southern New England marshes can accelerate during periods of extreme high water levels.
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