Water Monitoring for Aquaculture
Water quality monitoring is essential across both marine and freshwater environments. Aquatic species are highly sensitive to changes in water quality, and any deviation from the optimal conditions can lead to stress, disease, and even death.
By monitoring water quality parameters such as dissolved oxygen, temperature, pH, ammonia, and nitrate levels, aquaculture managers can detect changes in water quality and take corrective measures before they become critical. This helps to ensure the health and well-being of aquatic organisms, improve production efficiency, and reduce the environmental impact of aquaculture operations.