Research Themes:

Arctic Hydrology

 

Humans and the Global Water Cycle

 

Monitoring Inland and
Coastal Waters

 

Land-River-Coastal
Systems

 

Models:

Water Balance Model

 

Data Products:

Arctic CHAMP
Arctic RIMS
DSS Africa Lakes
ES Data Collaborative
GHAAS
Global-RIMS
GM-WICS
GRDC Runoff Data
IAHS Metadata
IPsWATch
LBA HydroNET
NEESPI
Pan-Arctic Drainage
R-ArcticNET
R-HydroNET
RivDIS 1.1
STN Networks
WALE
WWDR II

 

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    Welcome

    The fundamental goal of the Water Systems Analysis Group (WSAG) is to act as a formal, active research and advanced training unit within the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space at the University of New Hampshire. The group is dedicated to analysis of the critical global change issue of water systems and their alteration by anthropogenic activities. Creation of the Water Systems Analysis Group reflects a rapidly emerging scientific field which pursues integrative studies of hydrology, biogeochemistry, and human-water interactions that is necessary to analyze the full dimension of anthropogenic change at local, regional, and global scales.

    The structure of WSAG is built around a set of "pillars" or research and training initiatives. There are four pillars defining the thematic content of the Water Systems Analysis Group, along with a pillar to represent our largest regional component, Arctic hydrology:

     

    Mission Statement

    The Water Systems Analysis Group was founded at the University of New Hampshire in 1999, with its mission:

    To serve as a research and advanced training facility for analyzing the global water system, the critical global change issue of its alteration through anthropogenic activities, and the impacts of a changing water system on society.