As scientists by trade, the team at Chesapeake Bay Lab (CBL) want to focus on their work—not wasting time sifting through data.
CBL has accumulated an enormous amount of historical data at its research pier, including some of the longest records of salinity and water temperature on the US coast. As their monitoring matured, the frequency and breadth of data collected significantly increased and presented new challenges.
Turning massive amounts of raw data into usable information required modern software to centralize and validate the quality of the data, and then provide access to the information in a digestible format.
Join Jeremy Testa, Associate Professor at Chesapeake Biological Laboratory in Maryland, and Chris Heyer, from Aquatic Informatics, to learn about how centralizing data for faster analysis created a continuous stream of environmental intelligence to better protect the public and enhance community outreach.
- Why modern technology is critical for driving impact for the organization and community.
- How consolidating data empowers deeper analysis, forecasting, and knowledge sharing.
- Ways software has extended the value of their monitoring program to benefit the local agriculture and ecosystem.
Discover how software enhanced their efforts by easily visualizing contextual information and combining data sets from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for tide and weather, and the US Geological Survey’s Stream Gauging.
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