Links By Watershed
Science in Your Watershed ||
Science in Your Watershed
Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey's "Science
in Your Watershed" Web site. The purpose of this site is to
help you find scientific information organized on a watershed basis.
information, coupled with observations and measurements made by the
groups, provides a powerful foundation for characterizing, assessing,
and maintaining the status and health of a watershed.
Discussions with watershed groups across the country resulted
web site. This web site provides access to:
The web site provides rudiments of a decision-support process by making
accessible recent case studies of projects that have occurred,
publications produced, databases and information assembled, and providing access to
free and nearly free software tools for manipulating spatial
- Map Your Watershed -
use the mapping interface to locate your watershed and link to additional information from your watershed.
- Information Discovery -
find projects, publications, and databases related to your watershed, and
- Data Integration -
learn more about how you can use scientific data to understand your watershed.
The column on the left serves as your guide to this site.
Watershed Information Network
The Watershed Information Network symbol on the right identifies 3 websites
cooperating to provide watershed information:
Though each site is responsible for its own content, they are linked together
through the unique
Unit Code for each watershed. The Watershed Information Network symbol
is an imagemap. Clicking on the Watershed Information Network symbol will
move you to a corresponding page in the "Know," "Surf," or "Science" site.
Know Your Watershed
is run by the Conservation Technology Information Center. It focuses on
a registry of watershed partnerships working to meet local goals.
Surf Your Watershed is run by the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It provides a service to help you
locate, use, and share environmental information about your place.
Science in Your Watershed (this site) is run by
the U.S. Geological Survey. It's focus is on bringing you scientific information
such as streamflow organized by watershed.
The Watershed Information Network symbol is still being added to pages
on the 3 sites. If you don't see it, please look for other watershed links.