Environmental Monitoring

Industry-standard remote loggers and associated infrastructure enable students, staff and visitors to undertake best-practice monitoring of surface and subsurface physicochemical parameters. Parameters include pH, electrical conductivity, temperature, dissolved oxygen and turbidity.

The Jock Marshall Reserve weather station provides access to real time observations and historical climate data, including rainfall, temperature, barometric pressure, wind speed/direction, relative humidity and lux.

The Environmental Monitoring interface (below) is mobile optimised for easy, on-the-go access, including visualization of data and real time data outputs. The interface incorporates desktop only functions such as the data download option.

Weather monitoring
Water monitoring (Deep Water)
Water monitoring (Surface Water)
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Water Monitoring

Select the water parameters you would like to activate and visualize by clicking on the buttons below. Please note that data can be represented in real time or historical, selection can be made on the dropdown menu.

The 'Download Water Monitoring Data' button can be used to select and download datasets from the available parameters, within specific dates.

Water Monitoring - Latest Observations

Deep Water
Sampling point: 30cm from substrate
Surface Water
Sampling point: variable from surface
Ph Level
Temperature
Conductivity
Dissolved Oxygen
Turbidity

Please use the button to toggle between the variables - For best results use 2 variables

Sample Point - Deep Water

Sample Point - Surface Water

Weather Station

Select the climate parameters you would like to activate and visualize by clicking on the buttons below. Please note that data can be represented in real time or historical, selection can be made on the dropdown menu.

The 'Download Weather Station Data' button can be used to select and download datasets from the available parameters, within specific dates.

Weather Station - Latest Observations

Wind Speed  
Wind Direction  
Lux  
Temperature  
Relative Humidity  
Rain Fall  
Relative Humidity  

Weather Station

Please use the button to toggle between the variables - For best results use 2 variables