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Clemson Research Survey

Posted Feb 27, 2024

Dr. Vidya Samadi and CUAHSI invite you to volunteer for a research study to help us understand water science community members’ needs with respect to machine learning, data analytics and cloud computing CyberTraining.

CyberWater beta version has been released!

Posted Feb 26, 2024

The CyberWater beta version has been released! Visit the website to download the software and to learn about all of the related information. Start testing CyberWater now and see for yourself how to create simple, reusable, and reproducible workflows that can be executed repeatedly and shared with little hassle.

Abstract Deadline Extended for WaterSciCon24!

Posted Feb 21, 2024

New Sessions Added to WaterSciCon24 - Abstract Deadline Extended!
We’ve extended abstract submissions for WaterSciCon 2024! New, wide-ranging session topics have just been added to the 40 already submitted. Present your research on water quality, hydrogeophysics, remote sensing, climate change and groundwater sustainability, data visualization and creative arts, instream flows, data assimilation, and data-informed decision making.

Data Services Helpdesk Webinars

Posted Feb 14, 2024

CUAHSI piloted a webinar series on data services to train users on CUAHSI data infrastructure and give users direct access to CUAHSI support staff. You can find recorded versions of past webinars on both topics on our YouTube channel.

New Publication: Integrating resilience and nexus approaches in managing flood risk

Posted Feb 14, 2024

Kristin B. Raub, CUAHSI's Resilience Research Scientist, recently co-published an article in the Frontiers in Water journal titled, Integrating resilience and nexus approaches in managing flood risk. The paper identifies a gap in research that examines the synthesis between the food-energy-water nexus (FEW) and resilience. The authors believe nexus approaches can enhance cross-sectoral evaluation and decision making in resilience planning, and resilience-oriented approaches can better situate the FEW nexus within a broader social, ecological, and governance context.

Hydroinformatics Blog - A Set of Open-Source Python Tools for Working with River Basin Data Collections

Posted Jan 9, 2024

Many different river basin data collections exist that are useful to hydrologic modelers, such as CAMELS, GAGES-II, HCDN, MOPEX, the NOAA RFC basins, the USGS NWIS basins, and the USDA/ARS experimental watersheds. This blog post describes a new set of open-source Python utilities and resources developed in connection with NOAA's NextGen modeling framework for collating, working with, and extracting information from these various data sets.

Announcing: CUAHSI 2023-2028 Strategic Plan

Posted Dec 14, 2023

CUAHSI is excited to share the final 2023-2028 Strategic Plan. The plan was written to define the organizational strategy and direction, identify ambitious goals, and inspire a vision of CUAHSI’s role in enabling impactful collaborative water science over the next five years.

Hydroinformatics Blog - Advances in biogeochemical modeling and management of San Francisco Bay ecosystem

Posted Dec 7, 2023

San Francisco Bay (SFB) is a nutrient-enriched estuary that is at risk of experiencing adverse effects of nutrient enrichment as evidenced by harmful algal blooms. A numerical model is developed and validated for 6 water years to simulate hydrodynamics and biogeochemical processes in SFB. The model is employed to answer applied science questions related to nutrient transport and cycling and the effects of nutrients on water quality in SFB.

HYDROINFORMATICS BLOG - Hello to GroMoPo: Introducing a community Groundwater Model Portal

Posted Oct 9, 2023

Get familiar with GroMoPo - a community Groundwater Model Portal meant to help share and discover groundwater models.

Hydroinformatics Blog - FAIR and CARE Data Principles Assessment for Sustainable Water Resources Management on Reservation Lands

Posted Sep 13, 2023

Water resources management by Indigenous Peoples in the U.S. is a complex issue hindered by the lack of reliable and accessible high-quality databases. To address this challenge, we have initiated a research project to evaluate the availability of water-related databases for reservation lands in the U.S. The project focuses on the discoverability and reusability assessment of these databases in terms of both water quality and quantity variables with the goal of environmental justice for Indigenous communities.