Remote sensing and geospatial tools and models are being developed and used to advance our understanding of watershed processes and natural resource management. Programs at the University of Wyoming focus on research and development, education, and outreach associated with geospatial data representation, access, visualization, analysis and modeling. WyGISC (Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center) provides access to a variety of databases and educational materials. The SAWLS (Spatial Analysis of Watershed & Landscape Systems) group is currently using GIS to advance understanding of watershed processes.
- SAWLS - Spatial Analysis of Watershed & Landscape Systems Group - A multidisciplinary group focused on watershed hydrology housed within the College of Agriculture, Department of Renewable Resources at the University of Wyoming. The group is composed of several graduate students, faculty and post-docs working on a variety of field applications, GIS and remote sensing research related to hydrologic modeling, impacts of land cover change, and sustainable watershed management. This site is intended to provide a brief overview of the ongoing projects in SAWLS.
- UMAC - Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium