All data on the WMO Hydrological Observing System (hereinafter: WHOS) is made available in accordance with WMO data policy, which supports broadening and enhancing, whenever possible, the free and unrestricted1 international exchange of meteorological, hydrological, climatological and related environmental data and products.
Please note that WHOS does not store or archive any data. By leveraging the Discovery and Access Broker technology, WHOS harmonizes, makes interoperable and shares the data that are published by original data providers through their web services.
The user accepts all risks which may occur by using the data available on WHOS and accepts to not use the data for commercial purposes without the prior consent of the original data provider, noting that specific conditions of uses and licenses might apply.
The user may not copy content available on WHOS to create a database in electronic or any other format, or publicly use and distribute it to third persons without prior consent of the original data provider.
The user will attribute the source of the data for scientific publications and for operational products and services.
World Meteorological Organization (hereinafter: WMO) shall not be held liable for any direct or indirect, accidental, material or non-material damages, loses or costs incurred as a result of using data on WHOS. Data that can be searched, viewed or downloaded using WHOS may be updated or modified at any time and WMO shall accept no responsibility for any harm resulting from such changes.
1“Free and unrestricted” means the data is provided on a non-discriminatory basis and without charge.
Remove Registered Central Service
Add a Catalog of Views
Delete Catalog of WaterOneFlow web services
Please, be aware that deleting all the WaterOneFlow web services that are checked will mean to lose all the WaterOneFlow web services
that are associated to each one of the Catalogs that will be deleted.
Please be aware that deleting a group of views will delete all the metadata and sites contained in the group's views.
WaterOneFlow Web Service Information
The Water Data Explorer application uses a python package called "Pywaterml". The Pywaterml allows to access WaterOneFlow (WOF) web services
and retrieve information in different formats.