RVCA's Hydrological Information System (HIS) is based on the KISTERS product called WISKI (Water Information Systems KISTERS). It is a water data management software solution. WISKI automates data collection processes for faster analysis and better decisions, improves data quality, provides powerful visualization tools, and offers an easy way to report and share your hydrological data. WISKI is a powerful and flexible software solution that can manage all of your water data in one location.
Links to RVCA's current HIS data are listed below
FLOW AND WATER LEVELS IN THE RIDEAU RIVER WATERSHED
The graphs on this site are interactive and represent real-time daily flow and water level data. Water level data for monitoring stations operated by the Water Survey of Canada in the Rideau watershed (Rideau River at Ottawa, Jock River near Richmond, Kemptville Creek above Kemptville and Tay River at Perth) and on the Ottawa River are available on the Environment Canada website at https://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca.
WATER QUALITY IN THE RIDEAU RIVER WATERSHED
COMMING SOON!!! View Water Quality sites and data summaries from an interactive map, as well as real-time interactive graphs based on user-defined parameters.
Want to learn more? Please contact Patrick Larson, 613-692-3571 ext 1210DISCLAIMER: users of the RVCA flow data and water level data are cautioned to consider the unverified nature of the information before using it for decisions that concern personal or public safety or the conduct of business. The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority assumes no responsibility for the correctness of the information contained in this website nor liability to any user of such information, regardless of the purpose. River Levels and flows can change rapdily.
Looking for RVCA Subwatershed and Catchment Reports? watersheds.rvca.ca
The RVCA produces individual reports on the Rideau watershed’s catchments. These catchment reports are a compilation of data collected through the RVCA’s watershed monitoring and land cover classification programs. Catchment information is used to develop subwatershed reports that summarize the health of the Rideau’s six main subwatersheds.