Pictured from left to right are Evan Campbell, Dr. Ed Buskey, Jace Tunnell, Tracy Weatherall, Cammie Hyatt, Kelley Savage, and Jeff Adams.
We’re excited to announce that the Mission-Aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve at Port Aransas, Texas, purchased the 100,000th CR1000 datalogger. This one-of-a-kind golden datalogger was hand-delivered with a plaque and a free CR1000X next-generation datalogger.
Not only did Evan Campbell and Jeff Adams of Campbell Scientific, Inc. make this special delivery, but they helped prepare the systems to be installed with the newly ordered dataloggers, do the necessary wiring, and load the correct configuration program onto each datalogger. Evan and Jeff were very excited to visit the site, help the Mission-Aransas NERR, and learn about their challenges in an area that was hit so hard by Hurricane Harvey.
Stay tuned to this exciting story. We’ll be sharing more about the Mission-Aransas NERR’s monitoring sites in a future case study. You can also visit their website at missionaransas.org.
Pictured from left to right are Jace Tunnell and Dr. Ed Buskey (Mission-Aransas NERR) and Evan Campbell (Campbell Scientific, Inc.).
Why has the CR1000 become the gold standard for environmental dataloggers? Three things:
The CR1000 has provided a successful solution for data collection for over 14 years, and now the CR1000X has stepped in (already at 2,000 units!) and provides the same great reliability, flexibility, and accuracy with even more features. Check out this blog article to learn how the CR1000X can meet your needs.