Real-time sensors for groundwater management in nature reserve

Real-time sensors for groundwater management in nature reserve
Real-time sensors for groundwater management in nature reserve
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Posted on Thursday 25 November 2021

In cooperation with the University of Antwerp and Natuurpunt, iFLUX implemented a sensor network in the nature reserve in Damme (Belgium) with the aim of better groundwater management for the protection of biodiversity.

Watch the video below about the project and the cooperation with the University.

 

 
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