April 30th, 1-2:30pm EST
Best-practices and tools for every skill-level and every budget.
Data management doesn’t have to be complicated and scary. This webinar will walk participants through best practices, key elements, and helpful tools that will ensure data is structured, machine-readable, and interoperable for many different use cases. This webinar is targeted at a wide audience from novices to data experts working to ensure their data enterprise can immediately be leveraged …
April 23rd, 2-3pm EST
How to turn observations into actionable projects in your watershed.
This webinar will walk participants through how you can turn your data into informed, actionable steps to solve challenges in your watershed by combining water quality data with geospatial analysis. We will guide participants through an example analysis demonstration and show how this type of work can help address a variety of challenges monitoring programs face across the nation.
April 18th, 1-2:30pm EST – Monitoring Design Elements that Produce Measurable Results
How are you doing?
This webinar will guide you through a process, which evaluates an existing monitoring program or plans to create a program against key elements that produce measurable results. Regardless of program age, goals or data objectives, participants will learn the value of planning, how they are doing, and what they need to do in addition to resources available …
Find us at the National Water Quality Council Monitoring Conference in Denver, Colorado – we’ll be presenting on Wednesday, March 27th at 8:30 – Saddle Up! Harnessing the Power of Citizen Science.