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"This database provides full-text for many of the most-used biomedical and health journals indexed in MEDLINE. Many journals are available with no embargo, allowing doctors, nurses, health professionals and researchers to access to the information as soon as it is published."
Through the Columbia Basin Water Hub, the Columbia Basin Water Monitoring Collaborative is making critical water data readily available for the development of a Basin-wide water balance approach for subsequent water budgeting needed by decision makers for watershed management in an era of climate change impacting hydrological flows. Water data is important given the mounting pressures on increased freshwater needs, for not only human and industrial uses, but also for functioning ecosystems.
The Water Hub is a central place to access all water related data relevant to the Columbia Basin that has been shared by community groups, the private sector, governments, and First Nations. Through this database, a range of datasets, including water quantity and quality, groundwater, snow surveys, glacier studies, wetland related literature and studies and various other forms of knowledge will be available. In this way, data collected over the years will be housed in a central repository and will remain accessible once data collection has concluded.