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SWS Attends 2014 SME Annual Meeting
On February 23-26, Schlumberger Water Services attended the 2014 SME Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah.   The 2014 SME Annual Meeting brought together over 15,000 members of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) for four days of information exchange and professional development.  SME members represent all professionals serving the mineral industry in more than 85 countries, including engineers, geologists, metallurgists, educators, students and researchers.   Also in attendance were 6,722 non-member attendees and 803 trade show exhibitors who showcased industry-related products and services. 

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Diver-Office lets you export your Diver datalogger water level, temperature and conductivity data to CSV format, which can be opened in Excel for further analysis and charting.   Here's how you do it:

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On February 3-6, Schlumberger Water Services attended the Nevada Water Resource Association Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference brought together over 300 water managers, policy makers, environmental representatives, federal and state agencies, private consultants and the general public from Nevada and neighbouring states to discuss water issues critical to sustaining Nevada's rapidly growing population.

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On Janurary 23, 2014, Schlumberger Water Services sponsored and attended the Buffalo Association of Professional Geologists (BAPG) January Meeting in Amherst, New York.  The meeting was attended by 43 professional geologists from the BAPG and local ACSE chapter.   The guest speaker for the meeting was Richard T. Cartwright who delivered a presentation on Solving Difficult Brownfield Soil and Groundwater Remediation Problems on Five Continents. 

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SWS Attends 2013 NGWA Groundwater Expo

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National Groundwater Association Expo
On December 3-6, Schlumberger Water Services attended the National Groundwater Association (NGWA) Expo and Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. The Expo brought together more than 3700 groundwater experts from government, education, consulting and industry, and nearly 300 exhibitors showcasing groundwater products and services.

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Diver-Office 2013.1 Released

Posted by in Groundwater Monitoring

Schlumberger Water Services is pleased to announce the release of Diver-Office 2013.1. The new release provides improved wireless connectivity with Diver-DXT radio devices and delivers various user interface enhancements which will enable groundwater monitoring professionals to download field data faster, and manage Diver groundwater dataloggers more efficiently.

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On November 26th 2013, Schlumberger Water Services and instrumentation distributor Equipment Terra participated in the Colloque Sols et Eaux Sousterraines (Groundwater and Soil Symposium) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The workshop was organized by Reseau Environment - a non-profit environmental organization in Quebec .

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A Diver groundwater datalogger measures the water level with a highly accurate pressure sensor that measures an absolute pressure. This pressure is equal to the ‘weight’ of the water column above the Diver plus the prevailing air pressure. Subtracting these air pressure measurements from the absolute pressure measurement ‘compensates’ for air pressure variations. This can be done quickly and easily using Diver-Office software.

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The upcoming new release of Diver-Office provides various new features and improvements that will enable users to manage their Diver data more easily and efficiently than before. Here is a preview of what to expect in the next release.

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Last month we asked Diver-Office users to complete a short survey and tell us what features they would like to see in the next release. So far we have had a tremendous response from the Diver community with great feedback, comments and suggestions. Below are some comments from the responses we have received so far:

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