Water Information Coordination Program
The WICP ensures collaborative
efforts among Federal Agencies to improve water information for
decisionmaking about natural resources management and environmental
Advisory Committee on Water Information
The ACWI represents the interests of water-information users and professionals
in advising the Federal Government on Federal water-information
programs and their effectiveness in meeting the Nation's water-information
needs. (ACWI Fact Sheet)
The Water Resources Adaptation to Climate Change Workgroup (WRACCW) identifies research, data, and policy necessary for effective management and protection of water resources in the United States as the climate continues to change.
Water Quality Monitoring Council (NWQMC) provides a national forum
for coordination of consistent and scientifically defensible methods and
strategies to improve water quality monitoring, assessment and reporting.
The National Liaison Committee
(NLC) for the National Water Quality Assessement Project (NAWQA) creates an ongoing national liaison process
for external organizations to work interactively with the NAWQA Project
in joint problem solving on water quality issues.
goal of the Subcommittee
on Ground Water is to develop and encourage implementation of
a nationwide, long term ground-water quantity and quality monitoring
framework that would provide information necessary for the planning,
management, and development of ground-water supplies to meet current
and future water needs, and ecosystem requirements.
on Hydrology desires to improve the availability and reliability of surface-water quantity information needed for hazard mitigation, water supply
and demand management, and environmental protection.
The Subcommittee on Sedimentation
of the Advisory Committee on Water Information promotes collaboration on the sediment issues; and advances in information gathering, storing, and sharing; for decision making about natural resources management and environmental protection. (See Terms of Reference for more details.)
on Spatial Water Data jointly sponsored with the Federal
Geographic Data Committee develops water-resources components of
the National Spatial Data Infrastructure.
Water Resources Roundtable serves as a forum to share information and
perspectives that will promote better decisionmaking in the United States
regarding the sustainable development of our nation's water resources.
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