NSF awards Princeton, University of Arizona researchers $5M to model U.S. water resources using machine learning

IGWMC director Reed Maxwell will lead the Princeton end of a $5 million project funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to simulate the nation’s watershed systems using machine learning and artificial intelligence. The HydroGEN (Hydrologic Scenario Generation) project will put the latest hydrologic science directly into the hands of landscape managers, resource managers and policymakers so they can make informed decisions related to water security and conservation, as well as flood and drought preparedness.

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