As we learn more about the potential of wastewater surveillance for early warning of COVID, many states are grappling with how to transform their current water data infrastructure to ensure effective and efficient data management around wastewater surveillance. In this webinar, participants will hear about the efforts of partners from California, New York, and Utah, their challenges, lessons learned, and successes. This is the first in what we hope to be a series of conversations about wastewater surveillance data management.
Interested to learn more about the IoW P2P Network? What is it? How can you get involved? And why it is important that you do!
The IoW Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Network is a community of practice designed to connect members from across the nation who are working on modernizing their agency’s water data infrastructure. Active employees of state, local, or tribal government agencies, along with employees of water utilities and river basin commissions are invited to participate!
The objectives of this workshop are to provide participants increased understanding of water-related metadata and application of water metadata tools. This workshop will offer a short introduction to metadata and why metadata are important, followed by an in-depth conversation and hands-on exercises on water-related metadata. This workshop is a partnership among the Internet of Water (IoW), Water Data Exchange (WaDE) of the Western Water States Council, and the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Sciences, Inc. (CUAHSI).
Is your state or region wrestling with the development of a water budget or water accounting? The California Department of Water Resources has compiled guidance, methods, and examples of water budgeting in the Draft Handbook for Water Budget Development: With or Without Models. In this webinar, handbook authors Abdul Khan, Todd Hillaire, and Paul Shipman will present an overview of the Water Budget Handbook, answer questions about water budgeting, and solicit feedback.
A webinar presented by the Internet of Water’s State Agency Peer-to-Peer Network.
Are you wrestling with digitizing historic data, integrating datasets from within or between organizations, or publishing your data online? What are your most pressing questions about modernizing your water data infrastructure? The Internet of Water’s Data Architect, Kyle Onda, will answer questions submitted by members of the IoW State Agency P2P Network, as well as accept questions from webinar participants on all things water data.
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