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2019 NOAA Environmental Data Management Workshop
September 4 & 5, 2019 - Motif Hotel, Seattle, WA

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"Unleashing NOAA’s Data as a Strategic Asset for Science, Service, Stewardship and Innovation".

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Wednesday, September 4 • 10:45am - 12:15pm
Tackling Wicked Problems: How Data Integration and Interoperability Promote Transdisciplinary Solutions

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Chair: Nicole Bartlett
Location: Emerald 2
The world is increasingly complex. Social and ecological data are incomplete, and the problems may never definitively be solved. This session will inspire participants to build data access, expand data providers and consumers, and inform place-based management. We will feature TED-style talks on how information comes together to address regional-scale issues and tackle wicked problems.
Presentations (abstracts in this Google doc):
1. Jan Newton: Breaking down silos! How NANOOS is leveraging and linking to serve local stakeholders nationally as part of U.S. IOOS
2. Tim Kearns: Making a Sustainable Early Warning System for Lake Erie
3. Amy Holman: May you live in interesting times – The Developing Story of Ecosystem Shift in the Bering Sea
Link to Session Recording:
Notes: document on Google Drive
Slides: presentations folder on Google Drive  


Jan Newton

NANOOS Director & Sr. Principal Oceanographer, University of Washington

Tim Kearns

CIO, Great Lakes Observing System

Amy Holman

Regional Coordinator, NOAA

Wednesday September 4, 2019 10:45am - 12:15pm PDT
Emerald 2 (Motif Hotel, 3rd Floor)