An edition of: WaterAtlas.org
Orange County, USF Water Institute
This interactive map brings all water resource-related information together in one place
Use this interactive map to find data from continuously-reporting monitoring stations
View the geographic distribution and variability of rainfall amounts, access statistical rainfall summaries, or download rainfall data
Search the Water Atlas library using keyword(s) and an interactive map
Find a particular water resource on any of the Water Atlas websites using this tool
Use this tool to graph water resource data and to download data for your own analysis
Find information about our data sources, including frequency and currency of data updates
Search our library of water-related documents, maps, websites, videos and organizations
Learn about the anatomy of a spring as well as the factors that affect water quality and how you can help to protect it.
Learn about this system of 13 interconnected lakes and how it is being managed for water quality and recreation
Educators can use these inquiry-based lesson plans to teach about watersheds, climate change, and resource conservation
Use this mobile-friendly guide to identify exotic invasive plants and find out how to eradicate them
Join other waterfront property owners on a path to better environmental stewardship
Find information to help homeowners, businesses, and contractors reduce stormwater pollution
Take a virtual tour of interesting places within Orange County's watersheds
Be informed about important water-related news from around Orange County and elsewhere
Use this calendar to find opportunities for recreation, volunteering, and citizen participation
Watch these videos to learn how to protect and enjoy Lake County's waterways
See recent and historic photos of area waterways, submitted by Water Atlas sponsors, partners and users
Find out how you can participate in improving Orange County's waterways and watersheds
See a water quality problem happening? Report it here.
Do you have old photos or documents, or an interesting water-related story to tell? Let us know.
Learn how your lakefront community can set up a special taxing district to provide funds for essential lake services such as invasive plant management
The 28 lakes in the Butler Chain and Windermere Water Navigation Control District are known for their excellent water quality, good fishing, and recreational activities
We welcome user submissions of documents, organizations, videos, etc.
Learn about the purpose of the Water Atlas program, the organizations who sponsor this Atlas, the people who maintain it, and the sources of its data
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