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Current Collaborative Projects

The Earth Systems Data Collaborative structure is focused on collaborating with environmental data providers to develop web-based geospatial tools or applications to increase the interactive capabilities of data holdings. Current Projects, also known as Data Portals, include enabling visualization of data in Google Earth, modeling ecosystem level productivity, creating a fully queryable database with mapserver interface among others. All projects are a preliminary phase of completion.

Project Working Groups

Collaborative Data Portals currently under development, cooperators and their affiliations, and Application Theme for each. Application Themes are broad so as to allow for multiple projects within each Theme.


Portal Name

Collaborator

Affiliation

Portsmouth Harbor Initiative.
Developing tools for enhanced real-time data access for use in emergency response situations --toxic spills, civil emergency or environmental disaster

Application Theme: Emergency Response Management Support

Nancy Kinner

Coastal Response Resource Center, UNH

Amy Merten

NOAA – ORR and Coastal Response Resource Center, UNH

Larry Mayer

Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, UNH

New England Climate Portal. Creating a queryable database of both daily weather station data and monthly gridded climate data for the New England states.

Application Theme: Regional Climate Analysis

Cameron Wake

Climate Change Research Center, University of NH

John Kelley  

NOAA-OCS, NowCoast

Susan Spierre

Climate Change Research Center, University of NH

Bob St.Lawrence

Research Computing Center, University of NH

Gulf of Maine Data Explorer.
An online GIS mapping and analysis tools which allows for multiple layers of information to be displayed and used for data calculations including: static landuse and land cover; historical and modeled population, runoff and precipitation data.

Application Theme: Northeast Regional Ecosystem Assessment

Alex Prusevich

Complex Systems Research Center, University of NH

Stanley Glidden  

Complex Systems Research Center, University of NH

NE Regional Terrestrial Productivity.
Establishing an online version of the PnET ecosystem productivity model that will output daily terrestrial GPP for the Northeast with spatial display in mapserver.

Application Theme: Northeast Regional Ecosystem Assessment

Scott Ollinger

Complex Systems Research Center, University of NH

Julian Jenkins

Complex Systems Research Center, University of NH

Lamprey River – Great Bay Ecosystem.
Building an integrated, online database for atmospheric, terrestrial and riverine data within the Lamprey River Watershed including inputs to the Great Bay Estuary.

Application Theme: Watershed Pollution Impact Assessment

Steve Jones

Jackson Estuarine Laboratory, University of New Hampshire

Bill McDowell

Department of Natural Resources University of New Hampshire

Jonathon Pennock

Marine Program Director, University of NH

Robert Talbot

Climate Change Research Center, University of NH

Rich Langan

CICEET, University of NH

Coastal Ocean Observation Data Visualization.
Display of ocean satellite and weather forecast data in Google Earth and Google Map.

Application Theme: Gulf of Maine Ecosystem Assessment

Denise Blaha

UNH-Webster and Web-Coast, Complex Systems Research Ctr, UNH

Annette Schloss

UNH-Webster and Web-Coast, Complex Systems Research Ctr, UNH

Janet Campbell

Coastal Ocean Observing Center, University of NH

Doug Vandemark

Coastal Ocean Observing Center, University of NH

Gulf of Maine Ecosystem Health.
Focus on staging data from multiple studies for spatial analysis of possible links between environmental and biological factors affecting tuna and other large pelagic populations in the Gulf of Maine

Application Theme: Gulf of Maine Ecosystem Assessment

Molly Lutcavage

Large Pelagics Research Laboratory, University of NH

Francois Royer

Large Pelagics Research Laboratory, University of NH

Ben Galuardi

Large Pelagics Research Laboratory, University of NH

Hydrologic Flow Modeling.
The Collaborativewill work to combine hydrologic input information within a flow model that is used for visualizing movement of contaminants within the Great Bay Estuary.

Application Theme: Watershed Pollution Impact Assessment

Colin Ware

Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping

Kurt Schwehr 

Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping

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