Measure the Whole Range!


The precise recording of series of water levels that are as complete as possible forms the basis for the hydrological description of the situation surrounding a body of water, the processes occurring within it as well as the conduct to be expected and therefore also the water balance.

In addition to the purely hydrological significance, this information also has practical use, for example for flood water warning, for the planning and management of water management and hydraulic installations and for shipping.

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