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Welcome to the FY21 Community for Data Integration Statement of Interest site.

Commenting is open starting October 20, and we encourage you to enter comments before the voting starts on October 28.

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All Submitted Statements of Interest

Lead PIOrganizationTitle
Josh AckermanWestern Ecological Research CenterIntegrating avian and spatial environmental data to assist scenario planning in South San Francisco Bay restoration
Itiya AneeceWestern Geographic Science CenterProcessing a new generation of hyperspectral data on the Cloud using Pangeo
Cara ApplesteinForest and Rangeland Ecosystem Service Center (FRESC)Tools for incorporating expert knowledge into predictions of sagebrush steppe post-fire treatment success
Theodore BarnhartWyoming-Montana Water Science CenterFire and Water - Integrating Precipitaion and Fire Data into StreamStats 
Adam BenthemNew England Water Science CenterA framework for the integration of energy life cycle data to support environmental health assessments, identify science gaps, and EarthMAP
John B. BradfordSouthwest Biological Science CenterOperationalizing ecological drought forecasts for drylands of the Western US using high performance computing 
Sandra BrosnahanWoods Hole Coastal and Marine Science CenterAn Imagery “ID” System ... Building an “Imagery Dashboard” for rapid and efficient publication of USGS data.
Matthew CashmanMaryland-Delaware-D.C. Water Science CenterFrom reactive- to condition-based maintenance: Anomaly predictions and automated review for USGS time-series data
Katherine ChaseWyoming-Montana Water Science CenterICE! Ice Jam Hazard Mobile-enabled Website
Katharine DahmOffice of the Rocky Mountain Regional DirectorIntegrated Science Outreach Application for Local Stakeholders
Kara DoranSt. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science CenterMaking USGS/NOAA Total Water Level and Coastal Change Forecast data accessible through user-friendly interfaces
John FultonColorado Water Science Center#MinutesMatter: Real-time data collection and transmission in wildfire burn scars
Daniel GrearNational Wildlife Health CenterSynthesizing mosquito dynamics and coastal storm hazards for public health resilience
Thomas GushueSouthwest Biological Science CenterModernizing sensor data workflows to leverage Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud-based technologies
Travis HarrisonUpper Midwest Environmental Sciences CenterR Package for Corps Water Management System Data
Todd HawbakerGeosciences and Environmental Change Science CenterLandsat-derived fire history metrics to provide critical information for prioritizing prescribed fire across the Southeast
Liv HerdmanNew York Water Science CenterIntegrating data to Explore Interactions, Controls, and Heterogeneity in Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS)
Margaret HunterWetland and Aquatic Research CenterStandardizing, aggregating and disseminating USGS wildlife genetic data for improved management and advancement of community best practices
Sue KempForest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science CenterGIS Clipping and Summarization Tool for Points, Lines, Polygons, and Rasters
Ellis MargolisFort Collins Science Center, New Mexico Landscapes Field StationburnrData: The North American tree-ring fire history database in R
Beth A MiddletonWetland and Aquatic Research CenterData synthesis to support water sharing and understanding of carbon resilience in tidal mixed baldcypress/hardwood swamps
Kurtis NelsonEarth Resources Observation and Science CenterBuilding opportunities for data collaboration and integration across USGS’s wildland fire science
Birgit PetersonEarth Resources Observation and Science CenterImproving forest structure mapping and regeneration prediction with multi-scale lidar observations
David S. PlliodForest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science CenterMonitoring Design Module for the Land Treatment Exploration Tool
Janet PreveyFort Collins Science CenterSite Prioritization Tool for Invasive Species: Integrating Diverse Spatial Data to Improve Decision Making 
Annie PutmanUtah Water Science CenterAssimilating complex biogeochemical dust measurements supports community standardization, collaboration, and environmental health research
Sasha ReedSouthwest Biological Science CenterJoining diverse data to improve fire forecasts for the western U.S.: Incorporating hot drought" and intra-annual precipitation variability "
Francis RengersGeologic Hazards Science Center Advancing Post-Fire Debris Flow Hazard Science with a Field Deployable Mapping Tool
Tara RootCaribbean-Florida Water Science CenterAnalysis and Prediction Tool for Coastal Resilience
Douglas ShinnemanForest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science CenterThe Wildfire Trends Tool: a data visualization and analysis tool to facilitate land management needs and scientific inquiry 
Camille L. StaggWetland and Aquatic Research CenterA modeling framework to forecast land cover change impacts on coastal wetland carbon in Louisiana
Jens StevensFort Collins Science Center, New Mexico Landscapes Field StationPredicting successful post-fire reforestation: scaling from data to application
Sean VitousekPacific Coastal and Marine Science CenterIntegrating Satellite-Derived Shoreline Data and Predictive Models
to Enhance Coastal Change Forecasts 
Alisa WadeNorth Central Climate Adaptation Science CenterIntegrating interdisciplinary data to assess past and future impacts of increasing fire on infrastructure critical to resource management
John C. WarnerWoods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-SedimentTransport (COAWST) Modeling System 2021 Training Workshop
Phillipe WernettePacific Coastal and Marine Science CenterCoast Train: Massive Library of Labeled Coastal Images to Train Machine Learning for Coastal Hazards and Resources
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