Etter, S., Strobl, B., Seibert, J., and van Meerveld, H. J. I.: Value of uncertain streamflow observations for hydrological modelling, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 22, 5243-5257,, 2018. .
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Kampf, S., B. Strobl, J. Hammond, A. Anenberg, S. Etter, C. Martin, K. Puntenney-Desmond, J. Seibert, and I. van Meerveld (2018), Testing the waters: Mobile apps for crowdsourced streamflow data, Eos, 99, Published on 12 April 2018.
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van Meerveld, H. J. I., Vis, M. J. P., and Seibert, J.: Information content of stream level class data for hydrological model calibration, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 21, 4895-4905,, 2017.
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Catchment Science Gordon Research Conference and Seminar – Ilja van Meerveld
Can citizens observe what models need? Evaluation of the potential value of crowd-sourced stream level observations for hydrological model calibration

Österreichische Citizen Science Konferenz 2018 – Barbara Strobl
CrowdWater als Bereicherung des Unterrichts?

Tag der Hydrologie 2018 – Jan Seibert
CrowdWater – Können Menschen messen was hydrologische Modelle brauchen?
This poster has won the poster price 2018 in the category “most innovative study”.

EGU 2018 – Simon Etter
Can citizens observe what models need?


MOOC stands for massive open online course. Like in a traditional university course, learners study a subject over a specific time period. However, students attain lectures, discuss problems and solve exercises online. In the MOOC «Water in Switzerland» learners can watch a choice of lectures and field films, as well as solve assessments and practical tasks. The MOOC is split up into seven modules, each of them taking approximately 3 – 4 hours of work each week.

CrowdWater participated in this MOOC.

Click here to see a trailer for this MOOC or the course website.