The environmental science field is dynamic and multidisciplinary, integrating different scientific areas in the study of earth’s system, including the impact of human actions on the environment. Environmental research provides a foundation for this discipline, enabling environmental scientists to examine natural processes, analyze interactions, and find solutions to environmental problems.
Ecological studies, soil analyses, climate surveys, and other environmental investigations are supported through the use of monitoring and data collection, allowing for more complete and accurate assessments.
Onset data loggers, weather stations, and software provide environmental scientists with dependable tools for collecting the full range of environmental data, leading to a better understanding of environmental conditions.
The HOBO MX2204 TidbiT waterproof temperature logger leverages the power of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to deliver high-accuracy temperature measurements straight to your iOS or Android mobile device. Designed for durability, this rugged waterproof logger is ideal for long-term deployments in streams, lakes, and oceans. Data collection in the field has never been easier!
Rugged and compact, the redesigned HOBO USB Micro Station is a weatherproof data logger for multi-channel monitoring of microclimates. Starting at just $220, this battery-powered station accepts up to five plug-and-play Smart Sensors and has a hinged door to make sensor installation simple and quick. The Micro Station is equipped with a built-in USB port for fast, efficient data readout to a computer, and an integrated mounting tabs for easy installation.
Monitor water levels and temperatures in wells, streams, lakes and wetlands (freshwater) with this 13-foot HOBO Water Level Data Logger. With its narrow range this logger provides the best accuracy in shallow waters. This logger offers a great value and easy deployment since there are no cumbersome vent tubes or desiccants to maintain. For saltwater deployments, such as brackish wetlands and tidal areas, see HOBO U20 Water Level Titanium.