13 Sources.

American Rivers
American Rivers is a national conservation organization dedicated to protecting and restoring America's river systems and to fostering a river stewardship ethic. The organization was founded in 1973 to expand the number of rivers protected by the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System. Along with our conservation efforts, American Rivers promotes public awareness about the importance of healthy rivers and the threats that face them.

ARS Water Database
The ARS Water Database is a collection of precipitation and streamflow data from small agricultural watersheds in the United States. This national archive of variable time-series readings for precipitation and runoff contains sufficient detail to reconstruct storm hydrographs and hyetographs.

Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Water
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Water Web Site.

EPA's Surf Your Watershed
Surf Your Watershed contains the following databases. Information can be added to any of them using the Add Information button found at the top of Surf Your Watershed pages. (... can be found here.)

ERN European Rivers Network and RiverNet Homepage
RiverNet is a service provided by ERN, the European Rivers Network (NGO). The aim of RiverNet is to provide world-wide information on river-basins, ecological projects on rivers, organisations working on rivers and on the threats, as dams and canal-projects. RiverNet is multilingual service.

International Rivers Network
IRN seeks a world in which rivers and their watersheds are valued as living systems and are protected and nurtured for the benefit of the human and biological communities that depend on them. This vision can be achieved by developing worldwide understanding of the importance of rivers and their essential place in the struggle for environmental integrity, social justice, and human rights.

Los Angeles River Connection
Learn about the history of the Los Angeles River, take a virtual tour or learn about the affects of humans on the River.

Rivers of Life Welcome
Rivers of Life is an inter-connected series of water- related projects and initiatives, delivered over the Internet to K-12 teachers and learners. Using Rivers of Life, teachers utilize rivers and watersheds as an entry point to studies of the environment, and our relationship to Earth.

River Network
Protect Rivers - River Network, a national non-profit organization, offers consulting, publications, acquisition of riverlands and small grants to help people raise money, build organizations, and monitor and protect rivers and watersheds.

The Cooperative Research Centre for Freshwater Ecology - CRCFE
The CRC for Freshwater Ecology (CRCFE) exists to improve the condition of Australia's inland waters.

USGS Water Resources of the United States
Home page for water resources information from the US Geological Survey.
(Now, if I could only figure out what to do with what they call 'Links'.)

Water Resources Education Network
The Pennsylvania Water Resources Education Network (WREN) is a nonpartisan informal collaboration among organizations and public officials working for the protection and management of Pennsylvania's water resources, both surface and ground water, through education and informed policy making.

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