The USGS Center for Integrated Data Analytics is committed to advancing USGS science and a broader understanding of our changing world by integrating disparate data across scales and domains, improving access to data and research, developing tools for analysis and visualization, and fostering collaboration with the international community.
New tool was developed to explore and find information about GLRI science. Check out the GLRI Science Explorer: http://cida.usgs.gov/glri/glri-catalog
The Coastal Change Hazards Portal was featured on the DOI's "This week in the Interior" video
A new Health-Based Screening Level (HBSL) website has been published with updated benchmark values and redesigned website.
Jessica Lucido participated in a meeting in Vienna on May 5th to continue work on the second version of the GWML data model. This model seeks to harmonize the GWML with the EU's INSPIRE models related to geology and hydrogeology.
Coastal Change Hazards Portal v1.1.7 released to the public.
USGS Electrical Engineer Mary Bucknell demonstrated the latest updates to the National Environmental Methods Index web site (http://www.nemi.gov) at the NWQMC Conference in Cincinnati, OH.
NEMI users can now download WQP records collected using a specific URL directly from NEMI summary pages.
CIDA in cooperation with the NASA/USGS Land Processes Distributed Active Archive Center, the NASA Langley Reasearch Center, and the Unidata programming office has been awarded a cooperative agreement grant.
CIDA announces availability of the North American and Global Land Data Assimilation System datasets through the Geo Data Portal.
The technical implementation of assigning DOIs was designed and completed by the Publications Warehouse Team at CIDA.
Sediment mapper released to the public at cida.usgs.gov/sediment.
Jordan Read presented "Establishing a physical template for national-scale lake research" to the USGS Water Mission senior staff.
The Everglades Depth Estimation Network (EDEN) team has publicly announced the Explore and View EDEN (EVE) application.
Jordan Read co-authored "Decadal oscillation of lakes and aquifers in the upper Great Lakes region of North America: Hydroclimatic Implications" in Geophysical Research Letters.
Laura DeCicco presented "Exploration and Graphics for RivEr Trends (EGRET) and dataRetrieval: R packages developed by the USGS" at the AGU fall meeting in California.
Jordan Walker presented "Progress on big data publication and documentation for machine-to-machine discovery, access, and processing" at the AGU fall meeting in California.
Ivan Suftin presented "Taking advantage of HTML5 browsers to realize the concepts of session state and workflow sharing in web-tool applications" at the AGU fall meeting in California.
Jessica Lucido presented "Best Practices for Making Scientific Data Discoverable and Accessible through Integrated, Standards-Based Data Portals" at AGU's fall meeting in California.
Jordan Read presented "Upscaling aquatic ecology: Pairing modern analytics with Big Data to simulate 2,500 U.S. lakes" at AGU's fall meeting in San Francisco.
Jessica Lucido and Andrew Yan attended a ScrumMaster certification class. Scrum is an iterative and incremental Agile software development framework.
Jessica Lucido attended a multi-agency meeting aimed at organizing a national soil moisture monitoring network to share data between agencies and academic groups.
Jordan Read's session "Lakes and streams as engines in global processes: Insights from technical advances in limnology" was accepted for the 2014 Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting.
Jordan Read co-authored "Lake shoreline in the contiguous United States: Quantity, distribution and sensitivity to observation resolution" in Freshwater Biology.