Maps Need Constant Updating
Rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are modifying historical climate conditions. Hydrological maps are based on historic data, but weather extremes in recent years have made these maps less useful for predicting groundwater levels. These maps are relied upon by many industries for planning, such as agriculture, flood control, wildlife management, hydropower generation, and water supply forecasting.
The best solution to this problem is the creation of a geographically wide-ranging real-time network of soil moisture data, so that models can be continually updated and the critical information passed along to the business and government professionals who rely on this data.
The DLN Soil Monitor & Data Network answer this need by providing inexpensive, real-time soil moisture information for better decision making.