TEXAS WATER SCIENCE CENTER - GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE AND CYBER INNOVATION BRANCH

GWWebFlow

Released: April 2018

Audience: General public, partner agencies, municipalities, groundwater resource managers

Base Data: USGS Water Data for the Nation

Link: https://webapps.usgs.gov/gwwebflow/

Press: USGS News Release

GWWebFlow allows users to quickly and easily view computer model inputs, such as information about aquifer properties, as well as the outputs, such as groundwater levels and flow direction. Easy access to this information will help resource managers make informed decisions about resources.

GWWebFlow supports most MODFLOW-based groundwater models; new models will be added in the future with little modification or customization. Currently, there are three USGS groundwater models available for viewing from the USGS Texas Water Science Center, including a Houston-area groundwater model, a San Antonio region Edwards aquifer brackish water model, and a Pecos County region Edwards-Trinity and related aquifers model. The USGS plans to add other existing groundwater models from around the country to this web application.