Thirty-two Statements of Interest (SOIs) were submitted on February 1, 2018.

They were presented at the Lightning Presentation Session on February 6 at 1pm Eastern.

Download a .zip of all Statements of Interest


Statements of Interest advancing to Phase 2

All Lead PIs have been notified of the status of their Statement of Interest. Thanks to everyone who participated in Phase 1 by submitting, commenting, and voting!

Lead PITitle
Adams, JoeSfM / Photogrammetry Processing Pipeline on USGS HPC
Aneece, ItiyaTraining a Google Earth Engine land cover classification with ground reference data from USGS Projects
Bradford, JohnAn Interactive Web-based Tool for Anticipating Long-term Drought Risk
Chase, KatherineICE! Ice Jam Hazard Mobile-Enabled Website
Fuller, PamNational Alert Risk Mapper for Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Gomberg, JoanAssessing and Disseminating Cascading Hazards Information
Hapke, Cheryl4D automated coastal slope failure characterization tool in support of coastal landslide hazard assessments
Hay, LaurenDeveloping an integrated predictive forecasting capacity for risk and hazard assessment from local to national scales utilizing the USGS National Hydrologic Model
Latysh, NatalieReproducible and Executable Workflows for Digitization, Discovery, and Use of Physical Samples
Liu, Sophia BDeveloping a Playbook to Operationalize Crowdsourcing for Emergency Management (EM) through the Standardization of Data, Tools, and Procedures
Mirus, BenjaminIntegrating Disparate Spatial Datasets from Local to National Scale for Open-Access Web-Based Visualization and Analysis: A Case Study Compiling U.S. Landslide Inventories
Neilson, MatthewKnowledge Extraction Algorithms (KEA): Turning Literature Into Data
Pilliod, DavidCreating a wildfire risk prediction tool for public resource managers using antecedent precipitation
Schalk, LutherFloodplain Modeling, Analysis, and Mapping
Walker, JessicaFacilitating USGS data integration into Google Earth Engine for geospatial analysis
Walworth, DennisContent specifications to enable USGS transition to ISO metadata standard
Warrick, JonathanMapping land-use, hazard vulnerability and habitat suitability using deep neural networks
Weltzin, JakeWorkflows to support integrated predictive science capacity: Forecasting invasive species for natural resource planning and risk assessment



All Submitted Statements of Interest (alphabetical by Lead-PI)

Lead PITitle
Adams, Joe

SfM / Photogrammetry Processing Pipeline on USGS HPC

Aneece, Itiya

Training a Google Earth Engine land cover classification with ground reference data from USGS Projects

Bagstad, Kenneth

Integrating coastal hazards data and models on the semantic web: A proof-of-concept integrated modeling approach

Bradford, John

An Interactive Web-based Tool for Anticipating Long-term Drought Risk

Byrd, Kristin

Delivery of Landsat waterfowl food resource time series maps for drought management in Central Valley wildlife refuges

Chase, Katherine

ICE! Ice Jam Hazard Mobile-Enabled Website

Fuller, Pam

National Alert Risk Mapper for Nonindigenous Aquatic Species

Gomberg, Joan

Assessing and Disseminating Cascading Hazards Information

Hapke, Cheryl

4D automated coastal slope failure characterization tool in support of coastal landslide hazard assessments

Hay, Lauren

Developing an integrated predictive forecasting capacity for risk and hazard assessment from local to national scales utilizing the USGS National Hydrologic Model

Knowles, Susan

Publicly-Served Wildlife Disease Pathology Atlas Project

Latysh, Natalie

Reproducible and Executable Workflows for Digitization, Discovery, and Use of Physical Samples

Letcher, Benjamin

A regional, interactive web-based application to integrate ecological and risk assessment data

Liu, Sophia B

Developing a Playbook to Operationalize Crowdsourcing for Emergency Management (EM) through the Standardization of Data, Tools, and Procedures

McCoy, John

Herbarium Specimen Inventory and Archive

Mirus, Benjamin

Integrating Disparate Spatial Datasets from Local to National Scale for Open-Access Web-Based Visualization and Analysis: A Case Study Compiling U.S. Landslide Inventories

Neilson, Matthew

Knowledge Extraction Algorithms (KEA): Turning Literature Into Data

Oliphant, Adam

Use of Automated Image Segmentation Algorithm for Improving Classification Workflows of High Resolution Imagery

Osland, Michael

Mangroves vs. salt marshes: integrating data from a community of practice to assess vulnerability of coastal wetlands to winter temperature extremes

Picotte, Joshua

Creation of a web-application for distributing unarchived fires

Pilliod, David

Creating a wildfire risk prediction tool for public resource managers using antecedent precipitation

Rodysill, Jessica

Integrating and visualizing multiproxy time series data to enhance data organization and accessibility for USGS researchers and increase USGS data access for public use

Saleh, Raad

Validation of High Level Remote Sensing Products in Support of Essential Climate Variables

Schalk, Luther

Floodplain Modeling, Analysis, and Mapping

Torregrosa, Alicia

Weather and Data Together: A Portal to Coastal Fog Knowledge Generation

Varanka, Dalia

Ontology versioning for unambiguous interpretation of concepts in geoscience data

Walker, Jessica

Facilitating USGS data integration into Google Earth Engine for geospatial analysis

Wallace, Cynthia

Tools based on Regional Climate-Landscape Response (CLaRe) metrics for invasive species and fire fuels hazards management

Walworth, Dennis

Content specifications to enable USGS transition to ISO metadata standard

Warrick, Jonathan

Mapping land-use, hazard vulnerability and habitat suitability using deep neural networks

Wein, Anne

Multiple hazard and vulnerability data integration and visualization for investigation of cross-border social and economic issues

Weltzin, Jake

Workflows to support integrated predictive science capacity: Forecasting invasive species for natural resource planning and risk assessment