Confluence Retirement

In an effort to consolidate USGS hosted Wikis, myUSGS’ Confluence service is scheduled for retirement on January 27th, 2023. The official USGS Wiki and collaboration space is now SharePoint. Please migrate existing spaces and content to the SharePoint platform and remove it from Confluence at your earliest convenience. If you need any additional information or have any concerns about this change, please contact myusgs@usgs.gov. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.
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Crowd-sourced Earthquake Detections Integrated into Seismic Processing 

Media Component

Evaluating TerriaJS, an an Open-Source, Standards-Based Framework for Geospatial Portal Development

Video (2 min), PowerPoint (2 slides),

Data at Risk - Examples of previous USGS science data at risk that were rescued, preserved, and made accessible.

Data at Risk Examples.pdf

Developing Generic Web Services Tools for Interactive Statistical Analysis and Visualization of Model Simulations

Architecture of distributed services for model simulations (PDF)

 

Hunting Invasive Species with HTCondor:

High Throughput Computing for Big Data and Next Generation Sequencing

Innovative computing solutions are necessary to effectively process complex data sets in useful timeframes. Integrating high-throughput computing solutions simultaneously across multiple USGS centers leverages already existing hardware to analyze these large data sets. CDI funding could help build data-processing infrastructure between multiple USGS centers. In addition to helping USGS scientists and our partner organizations to analyze data and run large computing jobs, this project would share computing resources to enable better research and work towards meeting computer reduction initiatives. Enabling the use of HTC by UMESC scientists will empower research and build collaborations within USGS and beyond.

Hunting Invasive Species with HTCondor (mp4 video)

Integration of Phenological Forecast Maps for Assessment of Biodiversity: An Enterprise Workflow

Phenological Forecasts Mapping Image (jpg)

A Data Management and Visualization Framework for Community Vulnerability to Hazards


Analytical data from tsunami evacuation modeling projects exists but needs additional management to fulfill its data life cycle. With CDI funding, this data will be integrated into web services through ScienceBase for use within the USGS and by partner agencies (California Office of Emergency Services, California Earthquake Clearinghouse). Additionally, a web application will be created to present modeling results in conjunction with contextual data to improve public risk awareness and provide access to USGS-derived information.

HazrdVis_framework.png

 

Quick Layers for instant access to national geospatial data layers

A single portal to GIS data

Organized content by thematic class to hundreds of common data layers

Achieve a standard look “out of the starting gate” – most data is classified, labeled, and symbolized



Workshop for high quality metadata in support of FSPmetadata review example

Development of Recommended Practices and Workflow for Publishing Digital Data through ScienceBase for Dynamic Visualization

Interactive Map Process (pptx)

Birds and the Bakken: Integration of oil well, land cover, and species distribution data to inform conservation in areas of energy development  

Realizing the unmet biological potential of weather radar

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