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Isodaq Technology designs and manufactures data loggers and telemetry systems for monitoring water and the environment at remote sites. Our award winning GPRS data loggers have been supplied to drainage authorities, water companies and governmental rivers and environmental regulators for applications including rainfall loggers, water-level logger systems and flood warning systems. We also specialise in providing turnkey hydrometric monitoring systems; our real-time flow measurement and water quality monitoring systems are also used for industrial applications to comply with UK EPR and MCERTS regulations.

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Mr Nathan Neal
Old Grammar School
Church Street
Bromyard
Herefordshire
HR7 4DP
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Hydro-Logic contracted by Environment Agency

National consultants Hydro-Logic has been appointed by the Environment Agency to provide hydrometric training services on a two-year framework contract. This is the third time the water consultancy firm has successfully tendered for the bespoke range of courses.

Hydrometric data is critical to the delivery of the Environment Agency's wide range of environmental management duties such as flooding and monitoring, drought, water quality and fisheries. Through the development and delivery of these courses, Hydro-Logic can assist the Environment Agency in maintaining and improving the accuracy and reliability of hydrometric monitoring across England and Wales.

The latest contract sees the addition of two new courses. Stage-discharge relationships are the topic for the first of two five-day courses in March. Providing information and guidance on the development of flow records at permanent river gauging stations, this course has a direct link with the Environment Agency's ability to accurately monitor river flow. The introduction of this course follows a successful pilot in October and November 2006.

'Mathematics for Hydrologists' and 'Statistics for Hydrologists' are independent one-day courses that will be run consecutively. Both courses are expected to be available from April. The aim is to provide Environment Agency staff with the necessary skills to produce and present statistics relating to all aspects of hydrology and hydrometry. The probability of occurrence of extreme flood or drought events and the estimation of uncertainties relating to hydrometric measurements are of particular importance.

Training Manager, Chris Nugent, said:

"We have provided training to the Environment Agency for over ten years and are proud to help improve the quality and performance of the nation's hydrometric network."

For further information please email Hydro-Logic

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