International Day of Action for Rivers
The International Day of Action for Rivers on March 14th is a day to celebrate river restoration. The International Rivers organization, which hosts the event, describes it as:
“… a day to take to the streets, demonstrate and demand improvements in the policies and practices of decision makers. It is a day to educate one another about the threats facing our rivers, and learn about better water and energy solutions. Above all, it is a day to unite – by acting together, we demonstrate that these issues are not merely local, but global in scope.”
We support the organizations and individuals working to monitor river activity and water quality with data loggers, sensors, and software to help protect rivers and the ecosystems that rely on them.
Are you testing temperature?
- Check out this free guide: Choosing a Temperature Data Logger
- And a free on-demand webinar: New BLE TidbiT and Pendant Water Temp Data Loggers
- And another one: Selecting and Deploying Water Temperature Loggers
Are you looking for level?
- Would love to share this resource with you: Choosing a Water Level Logger
Are you determining dissolved oxygen?
- Free on-demand webinar: Monitoring water quality with the DO logger
Are you proving pH?
- Free on-demand webinar just for you: pH Data Logger Best Practices
- And another one: pH Theory and the NEW HOBO pH Data Logger
Are you using a HOBO data logger for monitoring water quality or water level in rivers? We’d love to hear about it! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about your river monitoring application.
Check out this awesome video on the ‘Secret Life of Rivers’: https://player.vimeo.com/video/194274475