Developing Tools to Model Impaired Streamflow in Streams Throughout California

September 27, 2021

Upstream Tech and The Nature Conservancy in California are partnering to combine their cutting edge technology and deep environmental science expertise to support water policy and planning across the state. Through a multi-phase and multi-year agreement, they are modeling streamflow across hundreds of gaged and ungaged basins in California to inform three main efforts: environmental flows planning, water allocation decisions, and gage prioritization.

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