Downloads & Software
Quick Links to Popular Software Packages
Software Packages Grouped by Client/Agency:
Software available from the
Applications page at the
Water Resources Division (WRD) of the
User's Manual (in Windows Help format)
GenScn (see also our GenScn page)
ANNIE A Character-based interactive program designed to help
users store, retrieve, list, plot, check, and update spatial,
parametric, and time-series data for hydrologic models and
analyses. Data are stored in a direct access file called a
Watershed Data Management (WDM) file.
HSPEXP (see also our HSPEXP page)
IOWDM A character-based program designed to reformat data to and from a WDM file.
SWSTAT Software for statistically analyzing time-series data.
The time-series data are read from a Watershed Data Management
(WDM) file. The computed statistics and (or) time series can be
written back to the WDM file or to a text file.
Software available from the Office of Science and Technology of the
Office of Water
of the EPA
Software available from the
Center for Exposure Assessment Modeling (CEAM)
of the EPA
State of Washington Department of Ecology
- WWHM Western Washington Hydrology Model
Complementary Professional Services
AQUA TERRA Consultants maintains close professional
associations with a number of complementary consulting firms and
clients. We encourage you to visit the following sites:
provides expertise in watershed assessments, planning and
modeling, public involvement, GIS and database management,
bio-assessments, hydrology, hydraulics, hydrogeology, and
Best Management Practice (BMP) planning and design.
Computational Hydraulics, International -
specialists in stormwater management activities including
developing and supporting software, conducting short courses
on stormwater management modeling, and publishing the
quarterly newsletter 'SWMM News & Notes'
HydroGeoLogic, Inc. provides advanced technical consulting services for
environmental investigation and remediation, water resource
assessment, and numerical modeling and computer simulation.
Offers strong groundwater and multi-media assessment capabilities.
Hydrocomp, Inc.develops and distributes continuous hydrologic simulation software
(HFAM) and provides consulting, specializing in hydrologic
modeling and analysis.
addresses issues dealing with water quality, Total Maximum Daily Load
(TMDL) analyses, floatables pollution, ecological risk assessment,
watershed management, marine circulation, thermal discharge plume and
mixing zone analyses, water and wastewater treatment, hazardous waste
management, and permitting modeling and analysis.
develops and applies ecological models, especially the
toxic fate and effects model AQUATOX that is being used in risk
assessment and TMDL projects for freshwater and estuarine ecosystems.
Dynamic Solutions, LLC
a small, woman-owned firm that specializes in water resource
engineering including 1,2 or 3-dimensional hydrologic,
hydrodynamic, sediment transport and water quality modeling.
Expertise in EFDC, CEQUALW2, and WASP for watershed planning,
flood studies, thermal and mixing zone studies, and TMDLs.
Clear Creek Solutions
Data Sources and Other Useful Links
King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks
This web site provides public access to rainfall, streamflow
and other hydrologic data collected at King County,
Washington, gage sites.
The American Association of State Climatologists in conjuction with NOAA offer maps, weather and climate information, and
links to related resources are provided for the entire U.S.,
presented and organized within six geographic sub-regions.
NOAA's National Climatic
Data Center offers
data - surface and upper air observations and products
generated from these observations.
PRISM Climate Group
offers digital climate maps, including precipitation, temperature,
snowfall, degree days, and dew point.
the leading commercial supplier of environmental data on
CD-ROMs. Data sources include NCDC, USGS, EPA, Environment
Canada, GHCN, and COADS.
USGS water data
includes real-time water data, historical records of daily
streamflow and peak flows for almost 20,000 stations, a
collection of high-quality records from the water quality
monitoring network, and a suspended-sediment database.
Watershed and Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center