Ongoing Research Projects
The CyberWater project creates a new cyberinfrastructure with an open data, open modeling framework software. The goal of this project is to reduce the user time and effort needed for hydrologic modeling studies, thereby expediting fundamental knowledge discoveries. CyberWater also enables on-demand access to high-performance computing facilities.
Cooperative Institute for Research to Operations in Hydrology
CIROH, a partnership between NOAA and The University of Alabama, is a national consortium of 28 institutions aimed to develop and deliver national hydrological analyses, forecast information, data, guidance and equitable decision-support services to inform essential emergency management and water resources decisions. CUAHSI is collaborating on projects to advance hydroinformatics services for sharing data and information across the hydrologic community and community resilience planning.
HydroFrame - A national community hydrologic modeling framework for scientific discovery
HydroFrame is a project to make national hydrologic simulations more accessible. We are building tools so that you can rapidly subset, run and share hydrologic models of any watershed in the US all in the cloud.
NSF Institute for Geospatial Understanding through an Integrative Discovery Environment (I-GUIDE) plays a central role in successfully spanning domains, leveraging its multidisciplinary collaboration team and partnerships to achieve geospatial data-intensive discovery and innovation. I-GUIDE also works with related community consortia (e.g., CUAHSI, OGC, and UCGIS) to build consensus and use their inputs when establishing priorities for developing the integrative I-GUIDE platform as a community-oriented discovery environment.