DBHYDRO (Environmental Data)
DBHYDRO is the South Florida Water Management District's corporate environmental database that stores hydrologic, meteorologic, hydrogeologic and water quality data. This database is the source of historical and up-to-date environmental data for the 16-county region covered by the District.
The DBHYDRO Browser allows you to search DBHYDRO, using one or more criteria, and to generate a summary of the data from the available period of record. You can then select data sets of interest and have the time series data dynamically displayed on your screen in tables or graphs. You can also download data to your computer for later use.
- DBHYDRO Browser Menu
- User's Guide [PDF]
- Environmental Monitoring Location Maps – Use to identify the monitoring location site name(s) for the data you are seeking
- Contact Us
- Request Other Data
(Submit only for data not accessible via DBHYDRO)
SFWMD provides two types of DBHYDRO training:
- Course: You are invited to SFWMD's training course: DBHYDRO Environmental Database. Course participants will learn how to access water level, gate opening, rainfall, water quality and hydrogeologic data. Registration is required for the free, one-day event. Seats are limited. You must be at least 18 to register: more information and registration form.
- Online: If you cannot attend a course in person, SFWMD now offers online DBHYDRO training. Over 12 succinct videos, participants will learn how the District collects data, what types of data are available and the best ways to search the database. You can get started at www.sfwmd.gov/dbhydrotraining.