Real-Time Monitoring

Real-time monitoring is an increasingly popular technology that is being used across the world. This technology allows users to have up-to-date results on various parameters and at specified intervals. Users of real-time monitoring equipment range from government agencies monitoring the effects of pollution to fishermen interested in knowing water temperatures.

MREAC has been engaged in real-time monitoring on the Miramichi watershed and has worked with a number of strategic partners in this endeavour. Water temperature, water level, air temperature, and precipitation parameters are currently being monitored.

For current conditions click on the link or image below:

Southwest Miramichi River

https://datagarrison.com/users/300234060061980/300234060061980/plots.php

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Station down for the season - Back up late spring 2017

Little Southwest Miramichi River

https://datagarrison.com/users/300234060061980/300234060362080/plots.php

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Station down for the season - Back up late spring 2017

Northwest Miramichi River

https://datagarrison.com/users/300234060061980/300234062107510/plots.php

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Station down for the season - Back up late spring 2017