Integrated GroundWater Modeling Center
IGWMC is an internationally oriented information, education and research center for ground-water modeling. IGWMC advises on groundwater modeling problems, distributes groundwater modeling software, organizes short courses, workshops and conferences, conducts research in practical, applied areas of groundwater hydrology and modeling, and provides technical assistance on problems related to groundwater modeling. As a focal point for groundwater professionals, the Center supports and advances the appropriate use of quality-assured models in groundwater resources protection and management.
Congratulations! A five year, $3 million National Science Foundation Water Sustainability and Climate program grant has been awarded to IGWMC/CSM to examine the impact of the pine beetle devastation on vital watersheds in the Rocky Mountain west. The project will be led by Reed Maxwell, Alexis Navarre-Sitchler, Eric Dickenson, and Jonathan Sharp in collaboration with research partners from Colorado State University.