As the demand for water resources continues to grow in the United States and abroad, the ability to assess the impact of urban development and agriculture on water resources is more important than ever. To meet this growing demand, water resource managers, engineers, and hydrologists have a greater need to monitor groundwater and surface water levels with water level data loggers in order to document baseline and changing water levels over time.

This paper provides hydrology, ecology, stormwater, and waterworks professionals with valuable tips on how to evaluate specific water level data loggers, and points out key factors to keep in mind during the product selection process.


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