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Author: Paul Groves


November 2023 Dear monitoring professionals, It is with great pleasure that I’m presenting our first ever newsletter. Obscape is currently going through a number of exciting developments, which we would love to share with you. The year 2023 has brought us interesting new products, beloved…


How can monitoring Conductivity and Temperature help water quality control?

Dissolved substances, chemicals, and minerals can be found in most water bodies. Higher amounts of impurities can lead to a higher conductivity. Use of a CT Station to monitor dissolved salts from impurities, can confirm the heightened conductivity of water. Reports or Threshold alerts confirming changes in the conductivity of water may also indicate that a pollutant has entered the water.


Ocean Science Magazine

Environmental monitoring made affordable.

Ocean Science l ECO Special Issue l RISING SEA 2021

It’s one of humankind’s greatest challenge: keeping back the tides. The stories highlight the international efforts underway to create resilient coasts with nature-based solutions and green coastal development….

Monitoring the waves in Benin

The coast of Benin is highly susceptible to erosion due to its geographical situation along the Atlantic Ocean. The erosion of the beaches is further enhanced by the construction of paved dikes on land. Consequently, coastal tourism can not develop in this area. For that…

BVS Case Referral: Obscape B.V.

Boyan Savov, B.V.S. Consult Ltd. Varna, Bulgari. “Our relationship with the founders of Obscape dates back over 15 years. During this time we have appreciated the innovative design and reliability, and at the same time the low operation costs for monitoring marine and  coastal environments”….