An interesting website providing river information and data in real time. The information is updated 35 minutes past the hour, every 30 minutes, 24 hours per day. Data is provided from an extensive network of monitoring sites. Even though these sites measure river and rainfall information continually, the times at which data is downloaded from remote sites may range in period between once every 30 minutes to once every 12 hours.
The Red River Basin Decision Information Network (RRBDIN) was launched after the 1997 Red River of the North Flood. RRBDIN is based on recommendations made by the International Joint Commission’s Red River Basin Task Force (RRBTF) which recognized the need to promote a more open and continuous source for basin-wide information sharing.
Information from the Oder Estuary Region - from diverting informative up to scientific basic material. The Coastal Information System Oder Estuary is a component of the project IKZM Oder. You will find information about this research project on these sides as well as its results and results from other projects with emphasis on the Oder Estuary Region.
Founded in 1996, the Sacramento River Watershed Program brings together dozens of groups and thousands of people, concerned about the health of the Sacramento River and its watershed. Covering 27,000 square miles from the Oregon border to the Delta, the Sacramento River Watershed covers most of northern California, linking every aspect of life in the region.
The Bear River Commission was created in 1958 pursuant to the Bear River Compact (as amended PL 96-189) between the states of Idaho, Utah and Wyoming. The Commission is composed of nine gubernatorial appointed Commissioners, three from each of the signatory states, as well as a Federal Commissioner appointed by the President, who serves as Chairman without vote.
As part of a Targeted Watersheds Grant sponsored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Utah State University developed this Watershed Information System (WIS) for the Bear River in collaboration with the Bear River Commission, Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming Departments of Environmental Quality, and a number of other interested stakeholders.
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The Virtual Information Center for Amur River Region (VICARR) : The Amur-Heilong is the largest river basin in northeast Asia. It flows eastwards from the Mongolian Plateau through 13 provinces of Mongolia, China, and Russia and covers a tiny bit on North Korea at Songhua River headwaters. (look map -Amur-Heilong on the Globe).
Water Resources Information Portal : The knowledge base is an information system that stores available data, retrieves and presents data, generates new combined data, imports data from other systems, supplies information for decision support systems, and provides better information to the public domain.The Nepal – WRKB is based on ArcGIS and Lizard (web portal).
A winner of the Thiess International Riverprize.
La rivière Drôme est un affluent rive gauche du Rhône, qui prend sa source dans le Diois, sur le commune de la Bâtie des Fonds, à une altitude de 1030 m et s’écoule sur environ 106 km, selon un axe est-ouest, pour se jeter dans le Rhône sur les communes de Livron et Loriol à une altitude de 86 m.
Source Rivers will set the new benchmark for river system modelling, allowing better management of precious water resources for all uses and demands, including the environment. Its consistent across the jurisdictions will provide a consistent, scientifically defensible and transparent approach to river management. Source Rivers will be a vital part of securing Australia’s water supplies for the future.
Here you'll find information on Hudson river. The USGS New York Water Science Center operates the most extensive satellite network of stream- and tide-gaging stations in the state, many of which form the backbone of flood-warning systems. The USGS provides current ("real-time") stream stage and surface-water, water-quality, and groundwater levels for over 300 sites in New York.
The Melbourne Water - Flood warning system- operate an on-line, 24-hour a day rainfall and river level monitoring network. The Bureau of Meteorology is responsible for issuing flood warnings throughout Australia. We provide the Bureau with predicted times and areas of flood, so that formal warnings can be issued to responsible agencies and the community.
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Manitoba Water Stewardship provides leadership in environmental stewardship for the benefit of current and future generations of Manitobans so the social, economic and inherent environmental value of water is protected and realized. Manitoba's water and fish resources are managed sustainably and people are safe from water hazards.
Réseau de mesures en continu des hauteurs d'eau et des débits. Il comporte près de 150 stations qui enregistrent les hauteurs d'eau au pas de temps horaire.
Plus de 98 pour-cent des stations sont télétransmises, soit par le réseau téléphonique traditionnel, soit par le réseau GSM, ce qui permet de disposer de la hauteur d'eau, et donc du débit, en temps réel
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The Iowa Rivers Information System (IRIS) is a tool for both professionals and the public to obtain information about rivers and streams in Iowa and the diversity of natural resources they support. IRIS provides easy entry to the world of information about Iowa's rivers and streams. Maps, data and research products are available through IRIS, as well as links to several other sites containing a wealth of information. Most of the available information is geo-referenced for mapping and analysis in IRIS, or for download and import to GIS software.
The Dniester GIS portal : Interesting interactive map of the Dniester river basin. Includes : water use, water resources, settlement, bioresources, infrastructures, etc...
The UNEP/GRID-Arendal Maps & Graphics Library is an on-going project to collect and catalogue all graphic products that have been prepared for publications and web-sites from the last 15 years in a wide range of themes related to environment and sustainable development.