Many times water problems arise from a misunderstanding of what is actually owned or what the actual legal entitlement really is. By gathering and displaying precise and current information, often problems can be quickly resolved through simple negotiations.Idaho Water Engineering uses state-of-the-art Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology that produces an accurate picture of the lands, boundaries and water features in question.
Surface and ground water computer models are the basic tools used by state and federal agencies to manage Idaho water resources. Our trained experts helped to develop and operate many of these models and can assist you in understanding how these models work and if models would be a useful solution for your situation.
- Geographic Information System (GIS) descriptions: Idaho Water Engineering typically creates a computer mapping representation of the properties being analyzed
- GIS Application Development: Idaho Water Engineering can assist other states or entities with the development of GIS applications
- Surface Water Modeling: Using MIKE BASIN software