Great Lakes to Gulf: Data Visualizations and Tracking Nutrient Trends in the Mississippi River Basin
Date & Time
Wednesday, October 18, 2023
A password will be required for this Zoom event. Use the password included in the confirmation email and/or calendar invite.
The Great Lakes to Gulf Virtual Observatory (GLTG) is an interactive, geospatial application that provides user-friendly access to water quality information from the Mississippi River and its tributaries. GLTG helps people visualize and better understand nutrient pollution and its historical evolution. From agricultural conservation practices to green infrastructure, to Nitrate Loading trends, there’s a wealth of information at your fingertips. We’ll walk you through the different layers and data available and then dive into lessons learned from our work on nutrient trends analysis in the Mississippi River Basin.
Alejandra Botero-Acosta, Ph.D., Research Scientist, WATER Institute, Saint Louis University and Associate at National Great Rivers Research and Education Center
Maxwell Burnett, Senior Research Programmer, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois
Slides and video will be posted here after the event.