Water Cycle Served Fresh

Greetings fellow water drops,

My name is Bob. I’m a hydrologist who works for the National Park Service at Big Cypress National Preserve in the great state of Florida. Go Hydrology is a water cycle blog where we illuminate and celebrate the continuously changing and always interesting wetlands, waterways and watersheds of mostly south Florida.

What is Go Hydrology?  And who is the mad hydrologist behind it?  And was Go Hydrology an instant blog, i.e. “just add water” – or did it evolve over time?  The answers to those questions and more is explored below.

My goal? To help make you feel at home in the water cycle, and also to give you an insider’s view. You won’t find any fancy talk here. Just a lot of chartsdiagrams and most of all explanations of data and terms that is both current and reaches decades into the past. I may not know everything about the water, but I know enough to share.

So enjoy and, as always, thanks for stopping by!

P.S. Don’t miss out on what water’s doing after hours, including campfire songs, campfire talksbook reading by lamplight, and the firelight radio podcast.

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