Colorado Water Information Systems
Our team has been working across the state of Colorado over the last decade to develop customized assessment and analysis tools for state and local agencies and non-profit organizations. We have leveraged millions of dollars in research funds to support software and modeling technology transfer from academia to practitioners, stakeholders and regulatory officials. We work with communities across the state to design and deploy a suite of management tools, customized to fit their needs.
We created the Colorado Water Quality Collaborative Network to improve Colorado’s water quality future by linking Catena Analytics technology and expertise with decision makers, urban planners and regulators. Our partnerships equip local, state and federal agencies with the tools and resources needed to plan for the future and guide innovative thinkers towards One Water pathways to build “Smarter Cities”.
Learn more about the customized tools designed by our experts and collaborators below.
Colorado Water Information Portfolio
Assess physiographic, climatic, hydrologic, and water quality conditions for your watershed and generate a report.Learn More
Evaluate nutrient sources and identify effects of management actions in your watershed.Learn More
Determine instream flow recommendations for maintaining minimum flows between specific points on a stream to preserve or improve the natural environment.Learn More
Non-point source prioritization of watersheds for conservation, restoration, and preservationLearn More
Access the results of the Abandoned Mine Water Quality Study and Database.Learn More
Hydraulics & Sediment
Analyze and extract stream cross-sections hydraulic properties and sediment transport conditions.Learn More
Explore and access groundwater quality data collected by the Agricultural Chemicals and Groundwater Protection Program.Learn More
Query, analyze and organize daily precipitation reports for Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) weather stations.Learn More