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Frequently Asked Questions
Model My Watershed Guides
Check out these step-by-step guides to help you get started with the Model My Watershed web apps.
These videos and more are available on our video page.
- Model My Watershed: A Tool for Water Resource Management
- WikiWatershed Toolkit for Educators
- Teaching Environmental Sustainability With Model My Watershed
Model My Watershed
A reference document has been created to provide technical documentation and references for the data layers, data analysis algorithms, models, computational framework, and other components that together create the hydrologic and water quality output delivered by the Model My Watershed (MMW) web applications.
The MMW web applications are under active development. The reference document will be updated with major changes to the apps. See the major release announcements.
Middle and High School
A pilot middle/high school curriculum can be found on the Innovative Technology in Science Inquiry (ITSI) portal. ITSI is hosted by our NSF grant partner the Concord Consortium. Along with Millersville University, the curriculum pilot was implemented with teachers in California, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Massachusetts, and Colorado.
To access the curriculum, go to the ITSI portal and select “Explore ITSI activities” then “High School Environmental Science” to see Teaching Environmental Sustainability With Model My Watershed (TES-MMW) activities. Each activity lists the NGSS standards that it meets.
An undergraduate curriculum can be found in the Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College’s InTeGrate portal. See Earth-focused Modules and Courses for the Undergraduate Classroom, Unit 7.1 – Model My Watershed.
Send Us Feedback
Have you found a bug, problem, or typo in one of our apps? Would you like to see a new option or feature added? Use the links below to send us feedback.