The unique physical and geologic attributes of the Upper Wapsipinicon River Watershed add interest and complexity. It is important to understand the physical characteristics and geology of the UWR Watershed and how it compares to other parts of the Midwest because they influence the watershed’s hydrology, scientific analysis and modeling, land use, conservation, and overall watershed resiliency. Information about landform features and how the relationship those unique features have with the bedrock geology, water quality, and watershed resiliency, as well as how they influence land use and implementation of conservation practices, is also important. Scroll through the story map below to learn more about these watershed attributes.