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

WELCOME to the 10th Annual EDM Workshop

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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 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Creative Data Solutions -- Part 1

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Chair: Stacie Hardy
Location: Emerald 2
This session will be an opportunity to share data challenges, describe the creative solutions to solve these issues, describe any roadblocks, and share ways that others may apply what they have learned. A few examples of topics that might be covered are collaborations with private industry, crowd-sourcing initiatives, and novel or alternative applications of technology.
Presentations (abstracts in this Google doc):
1. Ken Buja: Spatial Prioritization Widget: A Tool to Identify Mapping Priorities
2. Mike Moon: Tying up loose ends: Creating a specimen tracking system to support fishery data
3. Susan Gottfried: Data Management Using R and RMarkdown
4. Erin Moreland: Automated surveys for ice-associated seals in the Arctic
5. Jebb Stewart: Machine Learning Applications for Handling Increasing Volumes of Data for Numerical Weather Modeling
Link to the Session Recording (session is the first half of the recording):
Notes: document on Google Drive
Slides: presentations folder on Google Drive 


Ken Buja

IT Specialist, NOS/NCCOS

Mike Moon

Fishery Biologist, NOAA/AFSC/FMA
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Susan T. Gottfried

Ocean Exploration Data Management, NOAA/NESDIS/NCEI
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Erin Moreland

Research Zoologist, NOAA Fisheries
I work with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center's Marine Mammal Lab and lead multispectral aerial surveys for seals and polar bears in the Arctic. Our surveys apply deep learning algorithms (YOLO) to multispectral aerial imagery in real time to improve the accuracy and efficiency... Read More →
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Jebb Q. Stewart

Informatics and Visualization Branch lead, OAR/GSL

Wednesday September 4, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
Emerald 2 (Motif Hotel, 3rd Floor)