Water is one of the most precious resources on this planet, and the responsibility to keep that resource usable for future generations can feel hefty. A scientist’s job involves more than just monitoring and recognizing the warning signs that water quality may be degrading. You also need to communicate that information effectively to decision makers.
Hydrogeologists and environmental
professionals need the right tools to convey complex groundwater chemistry information when technical jargon related to cations and anions may go in one ear and out the other. That is why a software solution like Grapher
, that enables scientists to quickly translate years of water monitoring data into actionable visualizations is so valuable.
By leveraging the right diagrams and your years of technical expertise it’s not only easier to identify when remediation action is required, but the stress of communicating the urgency for action to decision makers is reduced.
This blog outlines methods used by hydrogeologists to communicate water quality data, and how those methods can help you sustain your community aquifers for future generations.