Planning new water projects and expansion of existing systems is an on-going process. Accurate and up-to-date volumetric measurement of reservoirs, canals, and other water bodies is critical. Knowing with certainty how much water is available today is invaluable to the planning process.
Large volumes of GPS located depth data can be gathered and delivered in easily importable file formats, which the client can then use to determine size, shape, topography, and volume.
The wet side of Gardiner Dam. Image was generated using nearly 5000 GPS located depth soundings, gathered in only 1 day.
Topographical image of Gardiner Dam bathymetry using ISO lines.
Topographical image of Gardiner Dam bathymetry using colour scale.
The original river channel in this section of Codette Lake is clearly apparent.