2023-04-10: PyFlowline was submitted to Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS).

2022-11-04: Our study using HexWatershed was submitted to JAMES.

2022-08-04: Our study using PyFlowline was submitted to JAMES.

2022-6-30: Our study using outputs from HexWatershed was submitted to HESS: Investigating coastal backwater effects and flooding in the coastal zone using a global river transport model on an unstructured mesh:

2022-03-04: A core component of HexWatershed 3.0, was released as a standalone Python package: PyFlowline

2021-12-09: HexWatershed workshop proposal accepted to AGU Frontier in Hydrology (

2021-12-08: HexWatershed 2.0 with stream burning manuscript was accepted by AWR.

2021-10-12: HexWatershed workshop proposal submitted to AGU Frontier in Hydrology (

2021-08-14: HexWatershed 2.0 with stream burning manuscript was submitted to AWR after revision.

2021-05-19: A portion of HexWatershed features which focus on stream network spatial analysis is now released as an independent Python package: pystream

2020-10-16: HexWatershed becomes a member of the CSDMS models: