GAMUT Equipment Data Model Meeting

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
Team Meetings
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
No

The CI team is working with the RFA1 GAMUT group to develop a database to track monitoring equipment. The iUTAH CI team is also preparing to capture, archive, and provide access to the GAMUT data when the sensors are deployed.

Hydro Innovation Field Trip

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
External Engagement
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
Yes

The Leonardo created a unique 90-minute workshop around the museum's Water Exhibit which featured a series of photographs by Paul Blackmore, an Australian photographer who focused primarily upon spirituality, recreation and conservation. His photos were spread throughout the museum gallery, depicting water consumption around the world to present visitors with an opportunity to visualize the dangers of water shortage. This was paired with Utah related content regarding usage, watershed, and conservation efforts.

iUTAH CI and CI-WATER Disk Storage Design

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
Team Meetings
URL: 
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
No

A meeting was held at the University of Utah to collaborate on the design of the CI-WATER/iUTAH disk storage purchase that is planned at the University of Utah. Important topics included ensuring that the new systems planned for for the UofU support the needs of both the CI-WATER and iUTAH projects, which include storage for high performance computing as well as redundant backup and deployment of data services and applications in support of CI-WATER and iUTAH.

Sensors, cyberinfrastructure, and water quality in the Little Bear River: Adventures in continuous monitoring

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
Date: 
Fri, 2012/10/12
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
SACNAS National Conference: Creating a Healthy World through Science, Diversity & Technology

Advancing cyberinfrastructure to support high resolution water resources modeling

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
David Tarboton, Fred Ogden, Norm Jones
Date: 
Thu, 2012/12/06
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

Addressing the problem of how the quality and availability of water resources at large scales are sensitive to climate variability, watershed alterations and management activities requires computational resources that combine data from multiple sources and support integrated modeling.

Using CUAHSI HIS to Support Large-Scale Collaborative Research in Utah

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
Date: 
Wed, 2013/05/01
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI) Hydrologic Information System (HIS) Cyberseminar Series

Collaborative Research: SI2-SSI: The community-driven BiG CZ software system for integration and analysis of bio- and geoscience data in the critical zone

Who is the funding agency?: 
National Science Foundation
Please categorize the nature of the Source of Support: 
Other NSF
Non-EPSCoR PI/Co-PI: 
Anthony Aufdenkampe
Status: 
Awarded
Date Submitted: 
Tue, 2013/03/19
Award Amount: 
$116,765.00
Award Dates: 
Sun, 12/01/2013 to Mon, 11/30/2015
Location: 
Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale, PA

Critical zone (CZ) scientists from 16 bio- and geoscience disciplines are at the front line of efforts to effectively compile and use the "dark data in the long tail" of Earth science and integrate it with the "Big Data". As such, many see the CZ data effort as a pilot for the EarthCube endeavor. This proposal is motivated by strong and nearly unanimous cyber-needs expressed at a CZ-EarthCube workshop in Jan. 2013 (Award #1332257).

Friends of Red Butte Creek Kickoff meeting

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
External Engagement
URL: 
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
Yes

This largely student organized event is bringing together stakeholders interested in the future of Red Butte Creek with three university classes that have been studying water and sustainability issues along the creek in the spring semester as part of iUtah. The event will be held at Red Butte Gardens, a major stakeholder, and will be attended by members of other public agencies, non-profits, and private citizens. The students will present the results of their interdisciplinary class projects about the current and future state of Red Butte Creek.

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