NSF River Morphology Information System (RIMORPHIS)
RIMORPHIS is a multi-institutional collaborative project funded by the NSF EAR-Geoinformatics program to develop an open access web platform for enabling river morphology research. Sign up for the group's annual workshop by April 30 to get updates on the platform and provide feedback.
Women Advancing River Research Seminar Series
Hosted by the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Penn State, the seminar features two speakers each session. See the full list of presentations and catch up on past recordings.
Common Future Policy Incubator (Due April 29)
Funding for one-year action plan as a Common Future Policy Entrepreneur with funding between $30,000-$75,000 with flexible incubation support. Learn more and apply on the Common Future website.
Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS)
Interested in river corridors, watersheds, biogeochemistry, and/or open science? If so, consider joining a new crowdsourced sampling campaign across the U.S.
The samples focus on river water and sediment. Learn more about the WHONDRS program through the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and fill out the form to contribute to sampling April-October 2022. WHONDRS cover the costs of materials, shipping, and data generation, and you provide the samples.
Water Power Technologies Office Seeks Feedback (Due June 6)
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) seeks comments from the non-federal hydropower community on data and research needs to help the office explore how to leverage state-of-the-art climate change science to inform long-term hydropower operation and resource planning. Responses are due Monday, June 06, 2022, by 5:00 p.m. ET.