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How can different river forecasting options benefit your organization?

Find out if a river forecast system or web-based services may be best suited for your organization's needs.

River forecasting provides critical information for managing vital water resources, so how can your organization best integrate forecasting into your decision-making process?

At the RTI Center for Water Resources, we have the answers. From building full-scale, hands-on forecast systems to providing forecasts as needed via web-services, we have the expertise and technology to deliver a solution tailored to your organization’s needs.

By taking this short quiz, we can determine which type of forecasting systems or services may be most helpful to your organization based on your existing practices and capabilities.

Question 1 of 7

What type of decision(s) does your organization need to make that could benefit from streamflow forecasts? Select all that are relevant

Question 2 of 7

Do you currently use computer-generated streamflow forecasts to guide decisions?

Question 3 of 7

Does your organization make this/these decisions on a regular basis?

Question 4 of 7

Models used in river forecasting systems can often be used for other purposes, such as generating future scenarios or for long-term planning. Would having access to these models for purposes other than river forecasting be useful to your organization?

Question 5 of 7

Does your organization require full control of the forecast-generating process? For example would there be requirements for liability, quality, or to directly integrate forecasts with internal models or processes?

Question 6 of 7

Does your organization desire a forecasting process that is interactive? For example, would it be valuable to allow staff to manipulate and create different forecast scenarios or make adjustments to inputs, models, or forecasts?

Question 7 of 7

Does your organization have technical staff, or intend to hire technical staff in the future, who could operate a streamflow forecast system?