Water Monitoring: Instrumentation and Software Research Project

The proposed research project is to a) research and determine what are the best water monitoring components and scientific instruments that can be used in remote settings b) research the existing software which allows for simple interface with water monitoring data and the data user/contributor c) research and establish overarching system to pair water monitoring technologies and software in a manner that reflects the values and goals of the SWGIL project, including OCAP protocols for indigenous users d) submit said research to the SWGIL grant operators with suggestions on which technologies would be appropriate for field usage throughout the grant e) share that same research with partnership organization so they can use it as a value added service for their clients.

Theodore Eyster
Faculty Supervisor: 
Mark Johnson
Project Year: 
British Columbia