WikiWatershed is an initiative of Stroud™ Water Research Center. The Stroud Center seeks to advance knowledge and stewardship of freshwater systems through global research, education, and watershed restoration.
We unveil major new features such Monitor My Watershed for finding, visualizing and accessing monitoring data from hundreds of sources, and powerful new sharing and export capabilities for Model My Watershed.
We continue to pave the road for advanced features, with Release 1.21 focused on building a foundation for interoperability with other data and modeling platforms, while also including a pile of minor improvements and bug fixes.
Release 1.20 unveils nearly half a year of hard work overhauling the machinery "under the hood" to provide the high performance we need for the features that we'll roll out in the next year with funding from William Penn Foundation.
Release 1.19 delivers a user interface overhaul to improve workflow, add embedded help, and provide many new features.
Release 1.18 introduces Rapid Watershed Delineation to any point in the continental USA, with automated delineation of watersheds up to 3 million square kilometers.
A major new feature: automated Rapid Watershed Delineation based on the National Hydrography Dataset!
This webinar showed how to use the Model My Watershed web app to analyze real data, model stormwater runoff and water-quality impacts, and compare the impact of conservation or development scenarios.
Model My Watershed will be undergoing scheduled maintenance on Monday, January 17 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST. The model will be unavailable during that time.
Upgrade announcement coming soon!