Watershed Data Lab provides schools with web-based tools to easily incorporate data science and watershed into existing NGSS curriculum. Data management, geographic information systems, cataloguing, programming, experimental design, field data collection techniques and protocols are all skills needed by our future workforce and can be learned using standard concepts like watershed science. The core components of the WDL platform include visual catalogs (for images, videos, documents), a mapping application (for learning GIS, viewing data and map features), wiki (for definitions and references), a data services engine (for aggregating and using public data) and data analysis tools. Schools can use education modules and user templates for teaching data science fundamentals, collecting and analyzing data, making assessments and telling stories. The extensive and flexible content management system allows schools to retain and archive valuable content while also safeguarding the security and privacy of students from external online threats. The WDL platform fosters student inquiry into the natural world that enforces key principles of data management and analysis environmental sustainability and natural resource management, while fostering environmental stewards from a young age.
Bay-Delta Live is a collaborative community of interests with the goal of expanding open and transparent sharing of information essential in understanding the complex and dynamic ecosystem of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Bay Delta. A highly customized OpenNRM application, Bay-Delta Live provides information from multiple sources using maps, data dashboards, data stories and mobile applications. Bay-Delta Live is used by resource managers, scientists, conservationists, policy makers, academics, and other local community interests. BDL is supported through contributions from federal and state agencies, as well as community and agency information.
Bay-Delta Live provides accurate, and unbiased data for environmental decision-making in California's most important estuary.
Decision Support tools for Understanding Juvenile Salmon Entrainment and Survival in the South Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta Through the Use of Acoustic Telemetry and Hydrodynamic Measurements Data for Water Operations in the Delta
The BDL Salinity Dashboard and Data Story provides Delta scientists and water managers with in-depth analysis of salinity conditions in the Delta. By synthesizing hundreds of remote and localized data sets and web services users can develop a common operating picture to support water managers. Data products include operations dashboards and analytics, live conditions data visualizations and spatial contour maps of point time series data based on linear interpolation for the Sacramento-Bay Delta.
34 North created visualizations for the proposed restoration plans for the Calaveras River. Using a combination of NAIP Imagery, 3-D Nature Studio our technicians were able to simulate the outcome of the proposed simulation.
The Russian River Watershed Map was delivered to over 900 Sonoma County classrooms to promote healthy watersheds in the State of California. The map was developed in collaboration with David Berman of the Russian River Keepers adn The Sonoma Ecology Center. The map is two-sided, with a perspective view of the Russian River basin and planned view of sub-watersheds of the lower Russian River.
Accessing more than 48 disparate datasets, the Bay-Delta Live (BDL) decision support and data dashboards for fisheries provide the Delta Operations for Salmonids and Sturgeon and Smelt Working Group technical teams with a platform for visualizing, comparing and analyzing data from surveys and real-time monitoring. The dashboard moves beyond real time data analysis real-time data to real-time synthesis by providing an interactive and collaborative tool for developing and testing new hypotheses about fishery responses to water operations in the San Francisco Estuary.
This collaborative project aims to reconstruct the historical ecology of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Bay Delta. The final product provides stakeholders with visualization tools to better understand and assess historical ecology and ecological function within the native California landscape. The tools are used to benefit future landscape planning for the State of California.