Ground Water level monitoring is gaining importance as we are learning to value our precious supply of fresh water. With only 3% of all water on the planet being non saline and with less than 40% of the same being available to us various agencies regularly monitor the availability and usage of this most precious resource.
Most often we tap into the reserves held by our soil in permeable layers, through borewells. This is only .8% of globally available water. Agriculture takes up 80% of the water we require. This makes it even more important that we conserve and judiciously use the same.
Ground water levels may be monitored with analog or electronic devices.