Water professionals from across Michigan gather in Lansing for this two-day conference hosted by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Michigan Section. The event provides attendees a rich program of topics about groundwater and source water management, and protection.
Our own water quality expert will share about the innovative field-ready system and deployment plan for nutrient monitoring, which recently took home top honors in the Internet of H2O Challenge. Along with a team of industry-leading experts, Team GLASS brought next-generation technology to bear, offering unique expertise and access to technologies that allowed for advanced nutrient detection of harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie. The widespread application of this monitoring system will be the topic of discussion during:
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 | 9:30 a.m.
‘Real-Time Nutrient Monitoring in the Lake Erie Basin’ – led by OHMer Karlin Danielsen, Ph.D.
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