Data, GIS, and Modeling Work Group

What does the Data, GIS, and Modeling Work Group do?

From January 2018 - December 2019, DVRPC staff will convene a Data, GIS, and Modeling Work Group for the Delaware River Watershed, which stretches across four states and provides drinking water to over 15 million people. The group will prioritize data needs, share knowledge, expand capacity, and collaborate to provide technical mapping, modeling, and spatial analysis assistance to the William Penn Foundation's Delaware River Watershed Initiative (DRWI).

Who is Involved?

The work group consists of a diverse group of individuals, including GIS professionals, nonprofit staff, data scientists, modeling experts, and others.

How Can I Get Added to the Data and GIS Work Group Email List?

Help Desk Request Form

Are you a nonprofit working to improve water quality in the Delaware River Watershed? Do you need maps, data, or help with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and/or modeling? The DRWI Data, GIS, and Modeling Work Group’s Help Desk is here for you! Submit your request via the Help Desk Request Form. There is no cost to you to receive these mapping services. The funding to cover these requests is provided by the William Penn Foundation as part of the Data, GIS, and Modeling Work Group funding. (If you are an individual or organization interested in providing GIS services for the Help Desk, please email Christina Arlt at carlt@dvrpc.org.)

Meetings

The group will meet roughly quarterly over the two year period. You can attend the meetings in person or via WebEx.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
RSVP
Friday, January 25, 2019
Agenda [0.03 MB PDF] DVRPC Presentation
[1 MB PDF]
WikiWatershed Presentation
[5 MB PDF]
Monday, October 15, 2018
Agenda [ 0.05 MB PDF] Recording Presentation [3 MB PDF]
Monday, July 23, 2018
Agenda [0.06 MB PDF] Recording Presentation [2.8 MB PDF]
Monday, April 9, 2018
Agenda [0.1 MB PDF] Recording Presentation [1.5 MB PDF]