Hydrologic data collection via satellite

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U.S. Geological Survey, Dept. of the Interior , [Reston, Va.]
Hydrology -- United S
SeriesWater fact sheet
ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
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[Reston, Va.]: U.S. Geological Survey, Dept. of the Interior, []. Inan experiment in river and rainfall data collection via NASA's ATS-1 satellite was conducted. The technical and operational feasibility of data collection from remote sites via satellite was proved in the test.

NASA will launch for NOAA in the first in a planned series of geostationary operational environmental satellites (GOES).Cited by: 1. Data are recorded at 6-minute intervals, transmitted via satellite every hour, and uploaded to the USGS National Water Information System (NWIS).

When a station detects water levels above the National Weather Service (NWS) minor coastal-flood elevation threshold, it increases the frequency of satellite transmissions to 6-minute intervals. DATA COLLECTION DESCRIPTION 51 In a satellite data collection system, parameters such as temperature, pressure or other variables are sensed at the platform (in situ or direct sensing) and the data encoded, for­ matted and transmitted to processing facilities via a satellite : M.

Taillade-Carrière. An Introduction to Satellite Hydrology - Gerald K. Moore 37 HYDROLOGIC DATA RELAY Introduction - Allen F. Flanders 43 The GOES Data Collection System - Merle L.

Nelson 45 Adapting GOES DCS For Use by Corps of Engineers - Timothy D. Buckelew 48 Satellite Telemetry of Hydrologic Data in California - Charles A. McCullough Microwave Satellite Data for Hydrologic Modeling in Ungauged Basins Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 9(4) July with Reads How we measure.

USGS Pennsylvania Water Science Center operates about real-time data collection sites in Pennsylvania for acquiring information on surface water, groundwater, water quality, and precipitation. These sites provide near real-time data via satellite communication and these data are provided to the public through the National Water Information System as well as through many USGS web applications.

Effective Data Collection Via Satellite-Routed Sensor System (SRSS) to Realize Global-Scaled Internet of Things Abstract: Recently, the concept of Internet of Things, referred to as IoT, has drawn a great deal of research attention for realizing an intelligent by: Hydrologic effects of the hurricane season in northwest Florida - Real-Time Water Data via Satellite Telemetry in Florida, in Coastal Science & Research News from Across the USGS - Review and evaluation of a model for simulating the natural hydrology of South Florida.

Groundwater Information and Data The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in New Mexico, in cooperation with the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer (NMOSE) and other Federal, State, and local agencies, currently monitors 5, groundwater wells dispersed throughout New Mexico in a 5-year rotation that have been measured continually since 25 Chapter 3 COLLECTION OF HYDROLOGIC DATA STREAMFLOW Continuous streamflow records a r e obtained a t a gaging s t a t i o n a t which t h e stream stage (water-surface o r.

The FCC sealed the fate of satellite operators in the C-band spectrum on Friday voting on to expand flexible use of the spectrum for 5G deployment, requiring satellite operators to clear the spectrum. The Commission voted to sell the licenses to the spectrum in a public auction, which will begin on Dec.

8 of Missing: Hydrologic. Hydrologic Information and Data for New Mexico. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) currently operates and maintains approximately data-collection sites in New Mexico for acquiring information about surface-water, groundwater, water-quality, and precipitation (8 of these sites provide data.

Data verification refers to the performance of quality control on hydrologic data that have been retrieved from the field and are being prepared for dissemination to water-data users.

Water-data users now have access to computerized data files containing unpublished, unverified hydrologic : C. Alexander. Annex 6: Global Hydrological Databases. Hydrological data exchange and the formation of global data bases is a difficult, time-consuming and sensitive process.

Unlike meteorological data, hydrological data are usually only held and distributed at national level. Condes de la Torre, A.,Operation of hydrologic data-collection stations by the U.S.

Geological Survey in U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report53 p. DCP Meta Data By Hydrologic Service Area; Data Collection Platform (DCP) meta data on the linked pages was compiled from information provided by the owner/operator of the DCP, the local forecast office Service Hydrologist or the River Forecast Center focal point, and HADS program personnel.

The Hydrological Data Collection and Processing short course is offered by IHE Delft Institute for Water Education. Learning objectives Upon completion, the participant should be able to: Comprehend the need for hydrological data and information, and the roles and functions of National Hydrological g: satellite book.

The U.S. Geological Survey operates hydrologic data-collection stations throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and several Trust Territories.

These hydrologic stations are used to monitor: the quantity and quality of the water in the Nation's streams, lakes, and reservoirs; changes in ground-water levels; and quality of the ground : Alberto Condes de la Torre. This site is also protected by an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate that’s been signed by the U.S.

government. The https:// means all transmitted data is encrypted — in other words, any information or browsing history that you provide is transmitted securely. The challenge and opportunity presented by “big data,” as they apply to hydrology, oceanography, and their meteorological components (referred to under the umbrella of “water data” or “water-science data”), lies in providing access to the growing quantity and breadth of data while allowing data consumers to make use of such vast supplies of information more efficiently (Beran and Cited by: 6.

Biography. Richard J. Verdi is the Chief of Hydrologic Surveillance at the Massachusetts/Rhode Island Water Science Center in Northborough, MA. Before moving to Massachusetts in JulyRichard was Hydrologist and Field Office Chief at the Florida Water Science Center in Tallahassee.

His responsibilities include maintaining cooperative. Comprehend the need for hydrological data and information, and the roles and functions of National Hydrological Services. Comprehend the activities involved in water resources-related data collection, processing, storage and retrieval.

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Explain the principles and concepts used in hydrological observing networks and routine data collection. SAT1xx Modems can Provide Redundancy and Increased Reliability.

SatSCADA SAT1xx Modems (SAT, SAT, & SAT) can be used for backup data communications for critical hydrological monitoring sites. By providing RS, RS, and Ethernet Connectivity over satellite and cellular, the SAT1xx platform provides a flexible solution for primary and backup communications to critical remote.

Provide a precise and consistent data collection system. Provide the tools to monitor conditions of the dams and reservoirs in real-time at the emergency operation center and at the regional operations centers. Equipment. Data collection platforms (DCP) collect data from sensors at each site and transmit values via satellite.

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Berndtsson, World Scientific, ISBN:pp. Hydrologic data is the output response of a precipitation (storm) hyetograph input to a watershed system.

The output response is a flow (runoff) hydrograph for each individual watershed in the g: satellite book.

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GAGE--Data Collection Platform. Data are recorded at minute intervals and transmitted hourly via satellite. Elevation of gage is about ft above National Geodetic Vertical Datum offrom topographic map. REMARKS--Flow occasionally regulated by Quinapoxet Reservoir.

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Khanmany KHOUNPHONH. Director General of DMH. E-mail: [email protected] Seventh Regional Conference on Management of NMHSs in RA II, 10–11/02/ Sixteenth Session of the Regional Association II, 12 – 16/02/ Today, DCP data are received via the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES).

The GOES satellite appears motionless as it orbits the Earth because it is located in the equatorial plane, approximat mi above the Earth's surface. GAGE--Data Collection Platform. Data are recorded at minute intervals and transmitted hourly via satellite.

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