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Allied for Water Science

Supporting water science through education and data services

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Who We Are

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Strategic Collaborators

  • We value the contributions of others.
  • We respond to our community’s needs.
  • We build bridges across institutions.
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Innovative Catalysts

  • We bring new ideas, technologies, and science into practice.
  • We pursue creative use of technology, bringing innovation to the community.
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Impactful Leaders

  • We work for the greater good.
  • We deliver high-value services and tools that make a positive impact.
  • We actively engage with the community to drive lasting change.


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

CUAHSI is committed to ensuring that diversity, equity, and inclusion are core values reflected in our internal culture and practices. Our vision is that CUAHSI’s commitment to DEI will strengthen interdisciplinary collaboration among water scientists by fostering the representation of diverse backgrounds and perspectives in the hydrologic sciences.

Upcoming Events

  • Hydrologic Science and Indigenous Voices - Water Histories

    In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.

  • MODFLOW and More Conference: Hydrologic Modeling in a Changing World

    The conference will challenge participants and the expert panel with envisioning hydrologic modeling over the next 20 years and fomenting ideas and formulating solutions to the challenges that lie ahead.

  • Hydrologic Science and Indigenous Voices - Water and Tribal Communities

    In this series, indigenous leaders in water knowledge and hydrologic science explore how hydrological sciences are defined and who is included in that definition. Throughout the series, we explore how Native American people relate to water, what water issues are important for us to reflect on, how we can increase inclusivity in the hydrologic sciences community, and what challenges and opportunities we face as scientists and community members when finding resilient solutions to climate change.

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