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Assessment Tools for Aquatic Ecology
Understand the impacts of our changing world on water quality and ecosystems with data loggers and sensors for monitoring streams, wetlands, rivers, and marine environments
Protecting Our Aquatic Ecosystems for a Sustainable Future
Our aquatic ecosystems are under stress from growing populations, development, and climate change. Protecting the health of streams, rivers, lakes, coastal waters, and oceans is critical to tourism, recreation, food supply, flood protection, our way of life, and a sustainable future.
HOBO data loggers have long been trusted by aquatic scientists and industry professionals to monitor and measure water parameters, helping them identify environmental impacts and gain insights to protect the planet’s most precious ecosystems for all, in the face of change.
Monitor this most critical factor in aquatic life health
Gain insights into changing water levels and stream flows
Identify discharge events, understand changes in coastal ecosystems
Identify the existence or risk of hypoxic conditions
Track and correlate pH levels to understand ocean acidification
Monitor water clarity to protect seagrass and aquatic life
Monitor critical water quality parameters
Reliable HOBO MX loggers with convenient Bluetooth offload let you capture critical water level, pH, and temperature data to better understand the effects of climate change on aquatic and coastal ecosystems, and how to best protect them.
Monitoring Watersheds to Create Sustainable Ecosystems & Forecast Environmental Changes
The systems ecologist and executive director of the nonprofit Yellowstone Ecological Research Center (YERC) is using Onset’s award-winning HOBO MX2001 Water Level Data Logger in the RiverNET monitoring project at the Upper Yellowstone watershed area. He selected the Bluetooth-enabled HOBO MX2001 for its ease-to-use and the ability to dowloand data with the HOBOconnect app when within 100 feet of the loggers. More than two dozen rugged HOBO MX2001 loggers have been deployed in and around Mill Creek, the watershed’s largest tributary of the Yellowstone River.
Choose Your Aquatic Ecology Monitoring Solution
Data loggers and remote monitoring stations that support aquatic research and ecology
Stand-alone Bluetooth Data Loggers
Self-contained loggers for temperature, water level, pH, and light, with wireless data offload to the free HOBOconnect app
Stand-alone Optical Data Loggers
Self-contained loggers for temperature, water level, conductivity, salinity, dissolved oxygen, and light
Stand-alone USB Data Loggers
Self-contained loggers designed to monitor high temperatures and rated for extreme depths
Remote Monitoring Stations
Versatile, weatherproof cellular stations send data to the cloud and provide real-time alerts via text or email