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InWMC Symposium - Developing a Real-Time Groundwater Streamgaging Station

  • 23 Jan 2013
  • Indiana Water Science Center


Developing a Real-Time Groundwater Streamgaging Station

When and Where
Date: Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Time: 1:00pm

The Indiana Water Monitoring Council invites you to attend a symposium led by Jeannie Barlow and Cheryl Eddy-Miller on January 23, 2013 at 1:00 pm. The symposium is being offered as an educational opportunity and cornerstone for future discussions about utilizing existing USGS streamgages to describe the interactions between groundwater and surface water. The presentation by Jeannie Barlow and Cheryl Eddy-Miller, will utilize recently concluded studies to show how coupled groundwater and surface-water stage and groundwater and surface-water temperature instruments can provide valuable hydrologic insights. Discussion will consider the applicability of these methods to candidate sites in Indiana (furnished in advance by attendees). Additional presentations will describe: (1) Indiana stations where coupled, real-time surface-water and water-quality data are being collected using supergages, (2) a multistate study of nutrient and sediment measurements in surface water using supergages, and (3) simulation techniques for examining groundwater-surface water interactions.

The symposium will be hosted by the Indiana Water Science Center and presented in the White River Auditorium. WebEx access will be available for persons interested in the symposium but unable to attend in person. WebEx access will be limited to the first 20 respondents; please share a line where possible. If you will be attending in person or via WebEx, please contact Randy Bayless (; 317/600-2747) so that accommodations can be made. Listed below are the presentations:

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