Hands-On Hydrogeodesy: Combining GPS and Hydrologic Datasets

Join CUAHSI's workshop on the emerging discipline of hydrogeodesy: the measurement of the distribution and movement of water on and near the Earth's surface using obeservations of the Earth's shape, orientation and gravitational field. 

July 18-22, 2022 | 1pm to 2pm ET

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IoW Workshops on R & Python

This two-part workshop series will feature a project-based overview of concepts and open-source tools for performing geospatial analyses with hydrologic data using web services in R & Python. Join us for practical demonstrations and guidance for all experience levels. 

Part one will focus on R and take place on July 19. Part Two will focus on Python and will take place on July 26. 

July 19 and July 26, 2022

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California's Water Market: Outlook & Innovations

In this presentation, WestWater staff will introduce California's water market, the NQH20 index, and the new risk management tool of water futures contracts.

July 21, 2022

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The Commons Launches Mainstream Network: A Social Space for Water Quality Monitoring

The Mainstream Network is a core service offered by the Water Data Collaborative and is hosted at the Commons. The goal of the Network is to use the collective knowledge across everyone contributing to community science water monitoring efforts to amplify the impact of community science data on addressing water issues. You, the idividuals building incredible monitoring programs on water bodies worldwide, are encouraged to bring your knowledge and your needs to this network. The Mainstream Network is built for you as a safe harbor or reservoir for you to connect, share, question and grow. 

Members of the community water science sector now have a centralized and collaborative space for all things community water quality monitoring: the Mainstream Network. The Water Data Collaborative launched the Mainstream Network to foster information sharing, community building, and data amplification across all community science initiatives. 

The WDC believes that when we pool our knowledge and our needs we can create incredible stories and outcomes from community science data. In our first year, we hope to welcome 500 members of the community monitoring sector onto this platform and 100 organizations. We cannot do it alone, just like we cannot help every group achieve data success singlehandedly. Join, invite your colleagues and your partners, and let’s showcase how powerful community science is to moving the needle on water quality issues across the US and around the world . 


River Rally 2022 Recap: 50th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act

On June 4-7 in Washington D.C., River Network hosted its first in-person River Rally since going virtual for two years. Hundreds of nonprofit activists, industry innovators, philanthropists, academics, students, agency representatives, and community leaders gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act and discuss the challenges that climate change is bringing to America’s waters.

Water data was a theme in several workshops and presentations throughout the weekend, including one on monitoring harmful algal blooms in California presented by Anna Holder of the CA State Water Resources Control Board with John Dawes of The Commons and Lucas Stephens of the Nicholas Institute. 

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Save the Date! 2022 National Water Use Data Workshop in Salt Lake City

August 16-18th, 2022 | Salt Lake City, UT

The upcoming 2022 National Water Use Data Workshop is in collaboration between the Western States Water Council Water Information Management Systems (WIMS) Group, US Geological Survey, Interstate Council on Water Policy, and The Internet of Water.

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