Saskatchewan near real-time groundwater level monitoring network

Saskatchewan near real-time groundwater level monitoring network The water level data comes from the groundwater monitoring network of Saskatchewan (Canadian province). Each well in the observation network is equipped with a hydrostatic pressure transducer and a temperature sensor connected to a data logger. A second pressure transducer located above the water surface allows for adjusting the water level according to atmospheric pressure variations. The time series refers to the level below which the soil is saturated with water at the site and at the time indicated. The water level is expressed in meters above sea level (MASL). The dataset consists of a general description of the observation site including; the identifier, the name, the location, the elevation and a series of numerical values designating the water levels at a defined date and time of measurement. 2022-07-28 Natural Resources Canada nrcan.gsc-geosciencedata-donneesgeoscience-cgc.rncan@canada.ca Nature and EnvironmentHydrogeologyGroundwater level time seriesSaskatchewanMonitoring well (Piezometre)GroundwaterHydraulic headNiveau d'eau statiqueWell Saskatchewan near real-time groundwater level monitoring network - EnglishJSON https://mon.geosciences.ca/sta/Things?$filter=properties/prov%20eq%209 Saskatchewan near real-time groundwater level monitoring network - FrenchJSON https://mon.geosciences.ca/sta/Things?$filter=properties/prov%20eq%209

The water level data comes from the groundwater monitoring network of Saskatchewan (Canadian province). Each well in the observation network is equipped with a hydrostatic pressure transducer and a temperature sensor connected to a data logger. A second pressure transducer located above the water surface allows for adjusting the water level according to atmospheric pressure variations. The time series refers to the level below which the soil is saturated with water at the site and at the time indicated. The water level is expressed in meters above sea level (MASL). The dataset consists of a general description of the observation site including; the identifier, the name, the location, the elevation and a series of numerical values designating the water levels at a defined date and time of measurement.

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