Angel and devil.

Tad Slawecki, Senior Engineer at Limnotech, provided a very interesting and entertaining 'lightning talk' at the Open Water Data Initiative session of the AWRA 2014 conference. Against a backdrop of increasing momentum toward 'big data,' which is often conceived as primarily 'virtual' data derived from distributed models, Tad argues that we need to restore our faith in 'virtuous' data. vir·tu·ous /ˈvərCHo͞oəs/. Having or showing high moral...

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The Hoover Dam.

The opening plenary at the AWRA 2014 conference by Kathryn Sullivan explained the emerging role for Environmental Intelligence for handling the need to respond to the increasingly fickle nature of water availability and quality. Dr. Sullivan used several recent examples of unprecedented extreme events to make the point that the world’s attention is focused on the nexus of water security, food security and energy security.

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entura webinar thumbnail.

As part of our on-going webinar series, I am thrilled to host Jayson Peterson from Entura on June 24th for a discussion on “Environmental Modelling & Forecasting with Modern Software.” Entura is part of Hydro Tasmania, Australia's largest and most experienced renewable energy producer and water manager. Webinar: SMART Environmental Modelling & Forecasting with Modern Software Tuesday, June 24, 2014 11 AM PDT | 12 PM...

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