YSI Webinar | Gearing Up For Sampling Season

February 22, 2015 EXO, Webinars, YSI

Please Note: Some of the software or hardware shown in this webinar are outdated, however the core principles of the advice offered are still relevant.

In this webinar, we will share some of the most common oversights and omissions in sonde preparation, such as:

  • Proper inspection of equipment
  • Calibration best-practices
  • The essential field "Survival Kit"
  • And more major observations from our Tech Support Leader

Read our blog post, Get Your Water Quality Sonde Ready for the Season.
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WATER MONITOR PLAN
HEALTHY WATER ACTION BUSINESS PLAN
What’s in your water?
What’s in the water you are drinking?
The “water crisis” is right here – right now.
You need to understand your water now before you are hurt by it.
What is in Flint is right here too.
WHAT DO WE NEED TO DO TO KNOW AND UNDERSTAND OUR WATER?
1) We need hand held monitors to test the water wherever we are. In the water tap outlet, in the glass served in a restaurant, in the “bottled” water, in the swimming pool, local streams, rivers, bays, oceans – wherever.
2) We need to know the difference between “healthy, natural” water and “filtered” water, “distilled” water, “desalinated” water, “clean” water, “processed” water, “treated” water “pure” water etc.. This requires education materials.
3) We need to know what toxins are in the water, what they can do to our health, how they got in the water and how to get them out of the water.
4) We need a website, which can be accessed by anyone and is operated by non-governmental private educational organizations.
This website would identify what is in the water and answer the questions in #3 above.
5) We need an instruction sheet on how and to whom to report toxic materials in our water. This would include government agencies, private organizations and citizen action groups in order to raise awareness and develop action plans to rectify the challenges.
6) We need an instruction sheet explaining how to file a lawsuit against guilty parties if and when required to initiate remediation.
ISSUES TO KEEP IN MIND THROUGHOUT ENTIRE PROCESS OF REMEDIATION.
1) Government agencies and businesses for profit can not be trusted to supply complete and accurate information. Always remember what is still happening in Flint. This is the same everywhere in this country at this time. Philadelphia and Chicago are the worst cities for lead in the water at this time.
2) People do not understand the difference between “healthy natural” water and all of the non specific words used to describe it listed in #2. Everything listed in #2 are dead and without the elements and minerals necessary for healthy human bodies. The model used by water treatment facilities is “distilled” water – this is dead and empty water with incomplete content for healthy bodies.
3) We need to know the chemical definition of “healthy natural” water to know and understand what nature put in the water, what is required for human health, what are the body responses for what is missing and what is really critical. To understand this and operate with reliable information, we need what could be called “HEALTHY WATER CITIZEN MONITORS” and have these available to every American, provided by government funding in order to protect our constitutional rights to healthy water as American citizens.
THIS TECHNOLOGY CAN NOW BE APPLIED TO CONSTANT MONITORING OF ANY OPEN WATERS INCLUDING THE DELAWARE ESTUARY AND BAY
Consistent with our original goals of cleaning the Delaware River estuary and bay waters, the hand held technology can go anywhere and anytime in boats, on foot, in automobiles etc. to run real time specific on site testing of open waters, discharges, stream entries or any potential sources of pollution. If found, instant reporting and call for remediation of any pollution sources can be accomplished immediately and on site.
The final step for constant monitoring of any open water will be to apply this technology to satellite transmission technology to enable constant monitoring of any open water at any time on the planet located by GPS locations. When this technology is implemented, the polluters will have no recourse than stop polluting to avoid prosecution. There will be no place or manipulation procedure to hide anymore.
THIS ACTUALLY IS ONE WAY TO KEEP AMERICA “HEALTHY AND STRONG”!
The agencies lie - that's why we need to do it ourselves.
This meter would show things that should be in the water in green - dangerous pollutants in red -  questionable chemicals in white. There would be a connection to satellite for explanations, GPS location and agency contacts to report criminal discharges and dangerous pollution. Agency reports (think Flint) do not tell the truth. This technology does not exist yet. We have to join together to make it happen, which will threaten all government agencies and public water suppliers as well as give us a tool to see the river condition any time - any place and report it real time.
Tidewaters Gateway Partnership Inc. Richard Hunt McNutt, President

Richard McNutt April 30, 2020 11:28 PM Delete

WATER MONITOR PLAN
HEALTHY WATER ACTION BUSINESS PLAN
What’s in your water?
What’s in the water you are drinking?
The “water crisis” is right here – right now.
You need to understand your water now before you are hurt by it.
What is in Flint is right here too.
WHAT DO WE NEED TO DO TO KNOW AND UNDERSTAND OUR WATER?
1) We need hand held monitors to test the water wherever we are. In the water tap outlet, in the glass served in a restaurant, in the “bottled” water, in the swimming pool, local streams, rivers, bays, oceans – wherever.
2) We need to know the difference between “healthy, natural” water and “filtered” water, “distilled” water, “desalinated” water, “clean” water, “processed” water, “treated” water “pure” water etc.. This requires education materials.
3) We need to know what toxins are in the water, what they can do to our health, how they got in the water and how to get them out of the water.
4) We need a website, which can be accessed by anyone and is operated by non-governmental private educational organizations.
This website would identify what is in the water and answer the questions in #3 above.
5) We need an instruction sheet on how and to whom to report toxic materials in our water. This would include government agencies, private organizations and citizen action groups in order to raise awareness and develop action plans to rectify the challenges.
6) We need an instruction sheet explaining how to file a lawsuit against guilty parties if and when required to initiate remediation.
ISSUES TO KEEP IN MIND THROUGHOUT ENTIRE PROCESS OF REMEDIATION.
1) Government agencies and businesses for profit can not be trusted to supply complete and accurate information. Always remember what is still happening in Flint. This is the same everywhere in this country at this time. Philadelphia and Chicago are the worst cities for lead in the water at this time.
2) People do not understand the difference between “healthy natural” water and all of the non specific words used to describe it listed in #2. Everything listed in #2 are dead and without the elements and minerals necessary for healthy human bodies. The model used by water treatment facilities is “distilled” water – this is dead and empty water with incomplete content for healthy bodies.
3) We need to know the chemical definition of “healthy natural” water to know and understand what nature put in the water, what is required for human health, what are the body responses for what is missing and what is really critical. To understand this and operate with reliable information, we need what could be called “HEALTHY WATER CITIZEN MONITORS” and have these available to every American, provided by government funding in order to protect our constitutional rights to healthy water as American citizens.
THIS TECHNOLOGY CAN NOW BE APPLIED TO CONSTANT MONITORING OF ANY OPEN WATERS INCLUDING THE DELAWARE ESTUARY AND BAY
Consistent with our original goals of cleaning the Delaware River estuary and bay waters, the hand held technology can go anywhere and anytime in boats, on foot, in automobiles etc. to run real time specific on site testing of open waters, discharges, stream entries or any potential sources of pollution. If found, instant reporting and call for remediation of any pollution sources can be accomplished immediately and on site.
The final step for constant monitoring of any open water will be to apply this technology to satellite transmission technology to enable constant monitoring of any open water at any time on the planet located by GPS locations. When this technology is implemented, the polluters will have no recourse than stop polluting to avoid prosecution. There will be no place or manipulation procedure to hide anymore.
THIS ACTUALLY IS ONE WAY TO KEEP AMERICA “HEALTHY AND STRONG”!
The agencies lie - that's why we need to do it ourselves.
This meter would show things that should be in the water in green - dangerous pollutants in red -  questionable chemicals in white. There would be a connection to satellite for explanations, GPS location and agency contacts to report criminal discharges and dangerous pollution. Agency reports (think Flint) do not tell the truth. This technology does not exist yet. We have to join together to make it happen, which will threaten all government agencies and public water suppliers as well as give us a tool to see the river condition any time - any place and report it real time.
Tidewaters Gateway Partnership Inc. Richard Hunt McNutt, President

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