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|Josh Ackerman||Western Ecological Research Center||Integrating avian and spatial environmental data to assist scenario planning in South San Francisco Bay restoration|
|Itiya Aneece||Western Geographic Science Center||Processing a new generation of hyperspectral data on the Cloud using Pangeo|
|Cara Applestein||Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Service Center (FRESC)||Tools for incorporating expert knowledge into predictions of sagebrush steppe post-fire treatment success|
|Theodore Barnhart||Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center||Fire and Water - Integrating Precipitaion and Fire Data into StreamStats|
|Adam Benthem||New England Water Science Center||A framework for the integration of energy life cycle data to support environmental health assessments, identify science gaps, and EarthMAP|
|John B. Bradford||Southwest Biological Science Center||Operationalizing ecological drought forecasts for drylands of the Western US using high performance computing|
|Sandra Brosnahan||Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center||An Imagery “ID” System ... Building an “Imagery Dashboard” for rapid and efficient publication of USGS data.|
|Matthew Cashman||Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Water Science Center||From reactive- to condition-based maintenance: Anomaly predictions and automated review for USGS time-series data|
|Katherine Chase||Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center||ICE! Ice Jam Hazard Mobile-enabled Website|
|Katharine Dahm||Office of the Rocky Mountain Regional Director||Integrated Science Outreach Application for Local Stakeholders|
|Kara Doran||St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center||Making USGS/NOAA Total Water Level and Coastal Change Forecast data accessible through user-friendly interfaces|
|John Fulton||Colorado Water Science Center||#MinutesMatter: Real-time data collection and transmission in wildfire burn scars|
|Daniel Grear||National Wildlife Health Center||Synthesizing mosquito dynamics and coastal storm hazards for public health resilience|
|Thomas Gushue||Southwest Biological Science Center||Modernizing sensor data workflows to leverage Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud-based technologies|
|Travis Harrison||Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center||R Package for Corps Water Management System Data|
|Todd Hawbaker||Geosciences and Environmental Change Science Center||Landsat-derived fire history metrics to provide critical information for prioritizing prescribed fire across the Southeast|
|Liv Herdman||New York Water Science Center||Integrating data to Explore Interactions, Controls, and Heterogeneity in Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS)|
|Margaret Hunter||Wetland and Aquatic Research Center||Standardizing, aggregating and disseminating USGS wildlife genetic data for improved management and advancement of community best practices|
|Sue Kemp||Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center||GIS Clipping and Summarization Tool for Points, Lines, Polygons, and Rasters|
|Ellis Margolis||Fort Collins Science Center, New Mexico Landscapes Field Station||burnrData: The North American tree-ring fire history database in R|
|Beth A Middleton||Wetland and Aquatic Research Center||Data synthesis to support water sharing and understanding of carbon resilience in tidal mixed baldcypress/hardwood swamps|
|Kurtis Nelson||Earth Resources Observation and Science Center||Building opportunities for data collaboration and integration across USGS’s wildland fire science|
|Birgit Peterson||Earth Resources Observation and Science Center||Improving forest structure mapping and regeneration prediction with multi-scale lidar observations|
|David S. Plliod||Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center||Monitoring Design Module for the Land Treatment Exploration Tool|
|Janet Prevey||Fort Collins Science Center||Site Prioritization Tool for Invasive Species: Integrating Diverse Spatial Data to Improve Decision Making|
|Annie Putman||Utah Water Science Center||Assimilating complex biogeochemical dust measurements supports community standardization, collaboration, and environmental health research|
|Sasha Reed||Southwest Biological Science Center||Joining diverse data to improve fire forecasts for the western U.S.: Incorporating hot drought" and intra-annual precipitation variability "|
|Francis Rengers||Geologic Hazards Science Center||Advancing Post-Fire Debris Flow Hazard Science with a Field Deployable Mapping Tool|
|Tara Root||Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center||Analysis and Prediction Tool for Coastal Resilience|
|Douglas Shinneman||Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center||The Wildfire Trends Tool: a data visualization and analysis tool to facilitate land management needs and scientific inquiry|
|Camille L. Stagg||Wetland and Aquatic Research Center||A modeling framework to forecast land cover change impacts on coastal wetland carbon in Louisiana|
|Jens Stevens||Fort Collins Science Center, New Mexico Landscapes Field Station||Predicting successful post-fire reforestation: scaling from data to application|
|Sean Vitousek||Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center||Integrating Satellite-Derived Shoreline Data and Predictive Models |
to Enhance Coastal Change Forecasts
|Alisa Wade||North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center||Integrating interdisciplinary data to assess past and future impacts of increasing fire on infrastructure critical to resource management|
|John C. Warner||Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center||Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-SedimentTransport (COAWST) Modeling System 2021 Training Workshop|
|Phillipe Wernette||Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center||Coast Train: Massive Library of Labeled Coastal Images to Train Machine Learning for Coastal Hazards and Resources|