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  • Decision Support Tool Suitability: Helping Decision Makers Choose Your Tools
    This webinar with Dr. Holly Hartmann, Director of Climate Science Adaptations for Carpe Diem West, focuses on criteria for choosing a decision support tool from among the ever-changing mix of available and emerging tools. Decision makers are often overwhelmed by the proliferation of decision support tools, uncertain whether they have ...
  • Navigating the Data Basin Platform: A Guided Tour
    Katie O'Connor gives an introductory tour to demonstrate multiple ways to explore and create content in Data Basin. Data Basin is an online mapping and analysis platform that supports learning, research, and sustainable environmental stewardship. The tour includes examples of keyword & geographic search functions, mapping, and collaborative tools ...
  • VELMA – a scalable, transferable ecohydrological model for watershed restoration planning
    This seminar will provide an overview of the VELMA ecohydrological model and associated tools to estimate effects of land use and climate scenarios on water quality and quantity, food and fiber production, fish and wildlife habitat, carbon sequestration and other ecosystem services. Current model applications are providing decision support for ...
  • Decision Support Tool Utility: Connecting with Decision Making Processes
    This webinar with Holly Hartmann, Director of Climate Science Adaptations for Carpe Diem West, focuses on using decision support tools to make and implement decisions, by connecting DSTs with real-world decision making processes.  Climate-related DSTs have typically been implemented as stand-alone tools limited in the scope of their application ...
  • Conservation along the Bay margin: estuarine-upland decision support systems in San Francisco Bay
    Conservation along the Bay margin: estuarine-upland decision support systems in San Francisco Bay Presentation Abstract: The distribution of upland transitional habitats found along the margin of estuaries is critical to tidal marsh ecosystems and generally not well understood.  Brian Fulfrost,  of Oregon Freshwater Simulations, and David Thomson with San Francisco ...
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