This project aims to make national hydrologic simulations more accessible and to facilitate interaction with large computationally intensive hydrologic models that produce massive dataset. The HydroFrame team is building tools so that users can rapidly subset, run, and share hydrologic models of any watershed in the U.S. using cloud computing. The project also has interactive models and lesson plans. In particular, the project utilizes the CUAHSI CONUS Model Subsetter, which can be accessed here. The development of tools and lesson plans for education also are being developed by the team. 

  • Contact / Get Involved

    If you would like further information please contact us: Reed Maxwell (reedmaxwell@princeton.edu) or Jerad Bales (jdbales@cuahsi.org)

  • Contributors
    • Ilkay Altintas (San Diego Supercomputer Center)
    • Jerad Bales (Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc.)
    • Laura Condon (University of Arizona)
    • Paul Constantine (University of Colorado Boulder)
    • Alejandro Flores (Boise State University)
    • Lisa Gallagher (IGWMC Colorado School of Mines)
    • David Gochis (National Center for Atmospheric Research)
    • Reed Maxwell (Princeton University)
    • Cathie Olschanowsky (Boise State University)
    • Michelle Strout (University of Arizona)
    • David Tarboton (Utah State University)
    • Jefferson County School District Windy Peak Outdoor Lab School