2014 Seminar Series - USGS EcoLunch
Date: July 22nd
Time: 12:00 pm MDT
Speaker: Matt Heller, Information System Administrator with the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative.
Title: The GNLCC’s use of ScienceBase (a.k.a. LC MAP) and how your projects can utilize this resource.
Abstract: Come find out how you may utilize ScienceBase as an information technology resource for your projects by seeing how it is currently being used and having the opportunity to ask questions. The talk will begin with an introduction of ScienceBase from a user’s perspective. Next, we will walk through live examples, from interactive maps related to forest monitoring to project deliverable archiving and beyond. Examples will show how the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GNLCC) and its partners are using ScienceBase. Finally, the floor will be open for a question and answer session that allows the audience to size up ScienceBase for personal or collaborative projects.
Location: First Floor Conference Room "Madison Room"- NOROCK, 2327 University Way, Suite 2
(Click HERE for directions)
If you can not attend in person, you can still listen and watch from afar!
Access code: 294333#
July 22 - Matt Heller, GNLCC
June 24: Ken & Linda Pierce - Two Part Talk - 1) Outstanding in His Field & 2) Glaciation of The GYE l Stream Webinar l
May 13: Bahram Farokhkish, USGS - Yellowstone Lake Trout Telemetry Project l Stream Webinar l
Apr 15: Adam Sepulveda, USGS - Are introduced Northern pike driving salmon declines? l Stream Webinar l
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USGS EcoLunch is a forum for students, researchers, visiting scientists and collaborators in the environmental sciences to present their current and past work. Presentations will range from brown bag discussions of ongoing projects to more formal and polished seminar presentations.