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In our last post we discussed the opportunity and challenge in collecting, analyzing, and communicating water risk. The next important task is keeping track of changes to the diverse set of risk indicators and the variables that impact water risk analysis. However, in today’s modern world of instant communication, fluctuations in climate, and layers of regulatory rules it is imperative that changes are tracked. Knowing the water risk of a portfolio or water district last year is helpful, but much can change in a year. 

Government Monitoring Data 

The U.S. Geological Survey, the Department of Water Resources, and the State Water Resources Control Board each have sites dedicated to providing useful monitoring information such as reservoir levels, snowpack, and river flows. However, you need some water expertise and the capability of adding that information into a system that can produce actionable insights for your specific organizational needs.  

AQUAOSO has your back 

We are building out monitoring on systemic level so you can focus on your typical areas that you are concerned about, but also explore other areas of interest without expending additional time or resources. Data is important, but its utility is maximized when to brings timely insight to those that take action. Having tech-savvy water experts keeping your portfolios and potential property acquisitions updates with changes in water risk leads to smarter decisions and less stress.

How are you monitoring water risk? 

At AQUAOSO we pride ourselves on understanding water risk so you can focus your attention on what you do best. That does not mean we know everything and we welcome insight into how you monitor water risk. Please take a moment to contact us and help us better serve the water community. Whether it is a dataset, GIS map, or insights into water issues for a particular district, we are grateful for your participation.

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