Monthly Archives: August 2016

Working on a poster

I will be presenting a poster on the collaboration and communication approach we used in this project at the  Mid-Atlantic Conference of the American Water Resources Council on September 15th and 16th. So I have been drafting and editing the … Continue reading

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Project One-Pager

I was tasked to write a one-pager for this project by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS), a division in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Since this blog is meant transparently show what we are actively … Continue reading

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SWMP data: Let’s plot this weekend’s temperature!

This weekend, the parts of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic have been experiencing some really warm temperatures. Whether you are a scientist, a teacher, or just an interested individual, plotting temperature can be really informative and even exciting way to visualize … Continue reading

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Oh those Summer Nights

It was pretty hot that last week in July! I downloaded the meteorological data from Taskinas Creek, VA from the CDMO and plotted that heat wave in Fig. 1.  July 24th through the 28th exceeded 95°F each day! Luckily, by … Continue reading

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Product Highlight: We are making a website!

Okay, before I give you the link or any information about this website, I must declare that it is a work in progress! Okay, now with that out of the way….we have been making a website! Why? A topic of … Continue reading

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