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USGS data are one of the most valuable assets of the organization, and it is critical that we ensure our scientists and staff produce and manage data in such a way that at the completion of a project, the data continues to be accessible in useable formats, documented so it can be understood, and preserved properly for future uses. Principal Investigator : Vivian B Hutchison Cooperator/Partner : Lisa Zolly, Michelle Y Chang, Heather S Henkel, Thomas E Burley, Chatfield Thomas A, Carly Strasser The goals of this project included: produce three online training modules that relay the importance of data management, best practices for planning, and guidance for preparing science data to share; target audiences of...
Citation: Lauren E. Hay, Jacob LaFontaine, and Steven L. Markstrom, 2014: Evaluation of Statistically Downscaled GCM Output as Input for Hydrological and Stream Temperature Simulation in the Apalachicola–Chattahoochee–Flint River Basin (1961–99). Earth Interact., 18, 1–32. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/2013EI000554.1 Abstract: The accuracy of statistically downscaled general circulation model (GCM) simulations of daily surface climate for historical conditions (1961–99) and the implications when they are used to drive hydrologic and stream temperature models were assessed for the Apalachicola–Chattahoochee–Flint River basin (ACFB). The ACFB is a 50 000 km2 basin located in the southeastern United States. Three...
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USGS Data Management Modules are a product of the 2013 CDI Project Data Management Workshops for USGS: Let the Culture Change Begin. The Training Modules are located at: http://www.usgs.gov/datamanagement/training/modules.php (content no longer available) Training Module Titles include: Module 1: “Value of Data Management” Module 2: "Planning for Data Management” Module 3: “Best Practices for Preparing Science Data to Share” To reference these modules, please use the following citation: Viv Hutchison, Thomas Burley, Michelle Chang, Thomas Chatfield, Robert Cook, Heather Henkel, Carly Strasser, Lisa Zolly. 2013. USGS Data Management Training Modules. USGS Community for Data Integration. http://dx.doi.org/10.5066/F7RJ4GGJ...
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The National Land Cover Database (NLCD) serves as the definitive Landsat-based, 30-meter resolution, land cover database for the Nation. NLCD supports a wide variety of Federal, State, local, and nongovernmental applications that seek to assess ecosystem status and health, understand the spatial patterns of biodiversity, predict effects of climate change, and develop land management policy. However, access to NLCD products for the USGS community and the public is a concern due to large file sizes, limited download options, and the expectation that users must download and analyze multiple land cover products in order to answer even basic land cover change questions. Therefore, the goal of the NLCD Evaluation, Visualization...
A number of monitoring method and protocol libraries are currently in existence. Although these systems have been tailored to certain disciplines or research foci, the underlying principles, mechanisms, and processes have commonalities that could facilitate synthesizing content and information. The Protocol Library project consists of modifying and thus extending the capabilities of the existing NEMI methods compendium. To accomplish the task of incorporating a broad array of protocols, NEMI developers have conducted user requirement queries of protocol owners. In addition, protocol owners have been asked how they would prefer to access the data. Input forms have been created to accommodate the desires of protocol...
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This project will assess the accuracy of climate drivers (precipitation and temperature) from different sources for current and future conditions. The impact of these drivers on hydrologic response will be using the monthly water balance model (MWBM). The methodology for processing and analysis of these datasets will be automated for when new climate datasets become available on the USGS Geo Data Portal (http://cida.usgs.gov/climate/gdp/ - content no longer available). This will ensure continued relevancy of project results, future opportunities for research and assessment of potential climate change impacts on hydrologic resources, and comparison between generations of climate data. To share and distribute the...
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How can the public discover opportunities for participation in USGS scientific research? What citizen science projects are currently active within the USGS? How may PIs increase public engagement in and awareness of their citizen science projects? To address these questions, a web application leveraging existing Community for Data Integration (CDI) and USGS work was created to allow unprecedented public access to USGS citizen science project metadata and highlights of key science outcomes. Such an application enables, for the first time, high-visibility, unified open access to information about projects and practices related to citizen participation in USGS research. The need for such information was identified...
This presentation is a product of the 2013 CDI Project: National Land Cover Database Visualization and Information Tool. It was presented on Apr. 9, 2014 as part of the CDI Monthly Forum.
The California Climate Commons (CCC) and USGS Geo Data Portal (GDP) teams have collaborated to curate and host California and Great Basin Characterization Model (BCM) results. The CCC has successfully set up a web-server and installed needed software to serve these model results using data and web service standards that are compatible with the GDP. All raw monthly data has been transferred to the GDP team for processing and metadata development for hosting on the GDP. The GDP and CCC teams have made significant progress in converting raw BCM model data to archive formats and are moving forward as planned. The project experienced delays in transferring funds to the Point Blue Conservation Science team responsible...
This presentation is a product of the 2013 CDI Project: Mining the USGS Data Landscape. It was presented on Jun. 11, 2014 as part of the CDI Monthly Forum.
http://txpub.usgs.gov/myscience/ (content no longer available) This web application is a product of the 2013 CDI Project: myScience: USGS Citizen Science Project Discovery & Public Engagement Web Application. The application leverages existing Community for Data Integration (CDI) and USGS work to allow unprecedented public access to USGS citizen science project metadata and highlights of key science outcomes. The application enables, for the first time, high-visibility, unified open access to information about projects and practices related to citizen participation in USGS research.
Web service access to EPA Integrated Climate and Land Use Scenarios are a product of the 2013 CDI Project Establishing the Land Use Land Cover Geo Data Portal and Supporting Data Services Access is available via the THREDDS data server.
This presentation is a product of the 2013 CDI Project: Development of Enhanced Feature Recognition Software for the Extraction of Mine Features from USGS Topographic Maps. It was presented on Nov. 12, 2014 as part of the CDI Monthly Forum.
USGS Data Management Modules are a product of the 2013 CDI Project National Land Cover Database Visualization and Information Tool The National Land Cover Database (NLCD) serves as the definitive Landsat-based, 30-meter resolution, land cover database for the Nation. NLCD Evaluation, Visualization and Analysis (NLCD EVA) Tool facilitates unprecedented online access to wall-to-wall national land cover and land change data for USGS scientists and managers across all mission areas, as well as the public. The tool allows users to query specific types of land cover changes between 2001, 2006, and 2011. The NLCD Evaluation, Visualization and Analysis Tool can be found at http://www.mrlc.gov/eva/.
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Metadata Wizard THIS VERSION OF THE TOOL HAS BEEN REPLACED BY AN UPDATED VERSION Users should obtain the new version of the Metadata Wizard at the links below: The user manual is available here: https://usgs.github.io/fort-pymdwizard/index.html Software installer can be downloaded here: https://github.com/usgs/fort-pymdwizard/releases This tool will eventually replace the Metadata Wizard hosted from this page to eliminate dependencies on ESRI ArcDesktop and to enable Mac users to utilize the Metadata Wizard. Documentation and Previous Release Notes for the Legacy Publication and Product are Below ------------------------------ Metadata Wizard version: 1.8.5 (Last updated: 1/21/20) To download this toolbox...
The scientific legacy of the USGS is the data and the scientific knowledge derived from it gathered over 130 years of research. However, it is widely assumed, and in some cases known, that high quality data, particularly legacy data critical for large time-scale analyses such as climate change and habitat change, is hidden away in case files, file cabinets, and hard drives housed in USGS science centers and field stations (both hereafter “science centers”). Many USGS science centers, such as the Fort Collins Science Center, have long, established research histories, are known repositories of data sets, and conduct periodic “file room cleanout” days that establish and enforce some minimal data lifecycle management...
The USMIN Project is multi-year project of the USGS Mineral Resource Program (MRP) whose objective is to develop a comprehensive geospatial database of the mines, mineral deposits and mineral districts of the United States. This database builds upon MRP projects which date back to the late 1960’s and will provide data that will be of value to other parts of the USGS, other federal and state agencies and the general public. Mine Features, which are defined as “a single human-made object or disturbance associated with mining, such as a shaft or adit (vertical or horizontal opening), tailings, machinery and facilities, etc. A mine can be comprised of one or more features.” are a major component of the database....
This project sought to incorporate land-use land-cover time series data into the Geo Data Portal web service infrastructure. Till now, the Geo Data Portal has been used for relatively low spatial resolution downscaled climate data. Data from the EPA’s Integrated Climate and Land Use Scenarios was incorporated into a web service compatible with the Geo Data Portal and is now hosted in the Geo Data Portal catalog. Great progress was made in establishing connections between the Land-Processes Distributed Active Archive Center’s (LP-DAAC) holdings of MODIS satellite derived land cover data. At this time, the data is only available on development servers, but many issues were fixed and close partners are using the integration...
This presentation is a product of the 2013 CDI Project: myScience: USGS Citizen Science Project Discovery & Public Engagement Web Application. It was presented on Aug. 14, 2013 as part of the CDI Monthly Forum.
This presentation is a product of the 2013 CDI Project: Evaluation of downscaled General Circulation Model (GCM) output for current conditions and associated error in simulated runoff for CONUS. It was presented on Sept. 10, 2014 as part of the CDI Monthly Forum.