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Our suite of water decision support tools enable decision-makers to evaluate the financial, environmental and social impacts of a wide range of investments, interventions, and operational decisions.  These easy-to-use tools focus on solutions, local risk, and insights expressed in financial terms.


Work with us to localize an existing tool to your basin, add additional features, or build a custom tool so that you have the right application to not only assess risk and visualize impacts but run scenarios, assess financial impacts, and find the best solutions.  


How do I best address water scarcity?  What actions can I take upstream to ensure water when I need it?

Featured Application: Green Infrastructure Support Tool

Enables users to find the most effective (for water and cost) green solutions with a visual scenario tool to give key stakeholders instant insight on the best options for investment across an entire watershed.


How can I best recharge aquifers?  What interventions should I use and when?

Featured Application:  Groundwater Recharge Assessment Tool (GRAT)

Enables users to identify most cost-effective locations for on-farm recharge, when those options exist over a 20-year horizon, how much water might be recharged by each option, and the environmental and social implications of recharge options in the basin.



How do I optimize coupled green and grey infrastructure to increase the resilience of the basin? 

Featured Application:  Custom Application available

Enables users to evaluate scenarios of applying green and gray infrastructure through hydrologic, ecologic and financial impact at operations and downstream.  



How do I ensure safe, secure drinking water?  What actions can I take to ensure drought resilience and flood protection?

Featured Application:  Custom Application available

Enables users to make decisions on what interventions will best ensure water supply quantity and quality through watershed level investments to protect drinking water.  A partnership of city agencies and water utilities will also be using this tool to support stakeholder engagement, as it enables a shared view of risks and opportunities through an easy-to-use interface that community members can engage with.



How do I work collectively with other players in the basin to achieve Net Positive water actions?  What is the current and future water quantity and quality risk in the basin I am operating in?

Featured Application:  Custom Application Available

Enable end users to define scenarios across major drivers, including environmental (e.g. precipitation), social (e.g. population), economic (e.g. industry and agriculture growth), and political (e.g. upstream control). This scenario modeling allows end users to anticipate how water quantity risk will change over time.  They are also able to evaluate the environmental, social and environmental impacts of different interventions.