Event Title

Development of an Internet-Based Watershed Information System for the Bear River Basin

Presenter Information

Jeff Horsburgh

Location

Eccles Conference Center

Event Website

http://water.usu.edu/

Start Date

3-27-2006 3:15 PM

End Date

3-27-2006 3:30 PM

Description

An Internet-based watershed information system (WIS) is being developed for the Bear River Basin as part of an EPA Targeted Watersheds Grant. The Bear River WIS, already functional at http://www.bearriverinfo.org, is designed to become a central repository for data and information related to the Bear River Basin. It is already providing users with unprecedented access to data and information in the Bear River Basin, where sharing of data and information has historically been difficult due to the transboundary nature of the river and the resulting multiple regulatory jurisdictions. The Bear River WIS currently consists of a website that contains watershed descriptive profiles, GIS and monitoring data compilations, presentation of real time monitoring results, a digital library, a resource guide, an interactive calendar, and a news archive. In addition, we have developed data visualization and analysis capabilities, including an Internet map server and Time Series Analyst. This presentation will provide an update on progress on the Bear River WIS during year two of the three year project.

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Mar 27th, 3:15 PM Mar 27th, 3:30 PM

Development of an Internet-Based Watershed Information System for the Bear River Basin

Eccles Conference Center

An Internet-based watershed information system (WIS) is being developed for the Bear River Basin as part of an EPA Targeted Watersheds Grant. The Bear River WIS, already functional at http://www.bearriverinfo.org, is designed to become a central repository for data and information related to the Bear River Basin. It is already providing users with unprecedented access to data and information in the Bear River Basin, where sharing of data and information has historically been difficult due to the transboundary nature of the river and the resulting multiple regulatory jurisdictions. The Bear River WIS currently consists of a website that contains watershed descriptive profiles, GIS and monitoring data compilations, presentation of real time monitoring results, a digital library, a resource guide, an interactive calendar, and a news archive. In addition, we have developed data visualization and analysis capabilities, including an Internet map server and Time Series Analyst. This presentation will provide an update on progress on the Bear River WIS during year two of the three year project.

https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/runoff/2006/AllAbstracts/49