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.
Several recent and ongoing updates have changed the Model My Watershed® user interface and increased the number of functions available for modeling watershed hydrology and water quality.
This post was first published on Stroud Water Research Center’s website. WikiWatershed, a web toolkit designed by Stroud™ Water Research Center and partners to help users advance knowledge and stewardship of freshwater, and its flagship tool, Model My Watershe...[Read More]
All users are asked to complete a survey regarding their use, interest level, requests, and concerns with the suite of freshwater stewardship web tools.
Model My Watershed enables students, citizens, and scientists to analyze real data and model water-quality impacts in watersheds across the lower 48 states.
Stroud Water Research Center was one of three winners in the Partners in Innovation category and will receive $25,000 in AWS credit to continue its project.
The showcase highlights innovation in science, technology, engineering, and math education. Everyone is invited to view the short videos, discuss them with the presenters online, and vote for their favorites.
WikiWatershed has been named one of the top five civic tech websites for public services and open tools by The Global Grid.
During 2017, Stroud Water Research Center provided over 30 EnviroDIY sensor stations to watershed groups working in the Delaware River Basin to support monitoring, education, and outreach.
"Since water quality is a global issue, we thought we'd help in our own community to try to improve water quality along Gore Creek." — Katie Lunde, Colorado STEM teacher.