Experts representative of Texas’ water sectors identified critical water data needs and described the design of a comprehensive open access data system that facilitates use of public water data in Texas at the April 2018 Connecting Texas Water Data Workshop as reported in the Texas Water Journal. Participants described potential use cases to initiate work on the most critical data hubs for connecting Texas water data. This update describes progress on a flood dashboard by the Texas Water Development Board and development of use cases by stakeholders with expertise in water data for drought and surface water – groundwater interactions.
Citation: Rosen RA, Mace RE, Hermitte SM, Wade R. 2020. Internet of Texas water: use cases for flood, drought, and surface water–groundwater interactions. Texas Water Journal. 11(1):133-151. Available from: https://doi.org/10.21423/twj.v11i1.7109.
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Rosen RA, Hermitte SM, Pierce S, Richards S, Roberts SV. 2019. An internet for water: connecting Texas water data. Texas Water Journal. 10(1):22-29. Available from: https:// doi.org/10.21423/twj.v10i1.7086.
Rosen RA, Mace RE. 2019. Internet of Texas water data: Use cases for flood, drought, and surface water–groundwater interactions. San Marcos (Texas): The Meadows Center for the Environment, Texas State University. 51 p. Report No. 2019-10. Available from: https://digitalcommons.tamusa. edu/water_books/1/.
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