Oklahoma HydroNet to help state better plan for future droughts and flooding

Efforts are underway in Oklahoma to improve water management resources.

The Oklahoma HydroNet is a monitoring system out of Oklahoma State University that will measure water stored in soil, aquifers, and reservoirs.
The system will help better plan for the future for both drought and flooding.

A professor working directly on the project hopes the data will serve as an example for other regions to implement similar systems.