Our Services

Watercourse specializes in flow, temperature, and water quality assessments of aquatic systems through analytical and mathematical modeling, field monitoring, and data interpretation.

Hydrodynamic, water quality and optimization modeling

Watercourse staff have extensive experience with a wide range of analytical and numerical hydrodynamic and water quality models, representing a range of scales from detailed stream reach or reservoir models to basin-scale applications.  We also have experience with optimization modeling that spans from local to statewide system representations. Models are often modified to represent site-specific or project-specific conditions, providing valuable flexibility when addressing challenging flow and water quality problems.

Water quality and hydrologic monitoring

We offer water quality and hydrologic monitoring services, addressing short-term monitoring studies, long-term monitoring and site-specific sampling in rivers, reservoirs, lakes, wetlands and estuaries. Watercourse develops Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for sample collection on a case-by-case basis. In addition, we can provide laboratory oversight, external quality assurance processes, as well as data validation and reporting.

Water resources studies

We offer water resources study services such as data acquisition, data management and data analysis. Data analysis can include spreadsheet modeling, graphing and other analytical methods that can provide insight to a study objective.

Water resources support

Watercourse offers water resources support services such as technical mediation, technical consultation, document peer review, model review, report collaboration and technical expertise. Watercourse also has experience providing planning assistance for watershed plans, reservoir or water system operations, creating workshops and conferences, and attending workshops or conferences as a client representative.

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