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Data Management Systems

Data Management Systems

Secure and Accessible

Secure data management systems and data visualization

Robust data management systems (DMS) are essential to many of our clients. The public availability of electronic water resources data and the use of high-frequency data collection and telemetry have exploded. DMS technology is rapidly evolving and so are clients’ expectations for enhanced data access and visualization.

LSCE teams with expert database developers to ensure data integrity, security, and access. This enables our scientists and engineers to focus on data interpretation while maintaining maximum future flexibility and responsiveness to our clients’ changing needs.

Industry-Wide Data Management System

In 2007, dairy farms in the nation’s largest dairy producing state faced new regulations to comprehensively address potential effects of their operations on groundwater quality. As part of a pioneering approach to industry-wide groundwater monitoring in the Central Valley of California, we developed a representative monitoring program and relational database...

Napa County Data Management System

In 2009, Napa County recognized a need to advance the local understanding of groundwater conditions building on the County’s multi-generational commitment to groundwater monitoring. Data collected by the County since the mid-1960s and by other public agencies since the 1920s, had informed past management actions, but a growing awareness of...

Industry-Wide Data Management System

In 2007, dairy farms in the nation’s largest dairy producing state faced new regulations to comprehensively address potential effects of their operations on groundwater quality. As part of a pioneering approach to industry-wide groundwater monitoring in the Central Valley of California, we developed a representative monitoring program and relational database...

Napa County Data Management System

In 2009, Napa County recognized a need to advance the local understanding of groundwater conditions building on the County’s multi-generational commitment to groundwater monitoring. Data collected by the County since the mid-1960s and by other public agencies since the 1920s, had informed past management actions, but a growing awareness of...