Virtual Summit: Incorporating Data Science and Open Science in Aquatic Research

28 July 2022
13:00-13:15 EDT Introduction, Welcome, and Ground Rules
13:15-14:25 EDT Big Data
13:15-13:25 EDT Patricia Q. Tran @patriciatran_
Mégadonnées pour des petits microbes: Utiliser la génomique afin de mieux comprendre comment les microbes vivant dans les lacs contribuent aux cycles biogéochimiques
Big data for tiny organisms: using genomic data to understand the roles of microbes in biogeochemical cycling in lakes
13:25-13:35 EDT Heloisa E. Macedo @heloisaemacedo
Building a global database of wastewater treatment plants: applications, challenges and uncertainties
13:35-13:45 EDT Safat Sidker
The global lake drainage topology and catchment dataset: Lake-TopoCat
13:45-13:55 EDT Sam Newall @srsnewall
A Complete Dataset of Radiocarbon Age Estimates from Lake Baikal Sediments: Refining and Critiquing Estimates of Radiocarbon Age Offsets
13:55-14:05 EDT Shannon Speir @ecospeir and Andrew Robison @werdrobison
Biogeochemical controls on bacterial communities and gene diversity across US streams
14:05-14:25 EDT Live Q&A with the speakers
14:25-14:45 EDT Break
14:45-15:55 EDT Data Intensive Models
14:45-14:55 EDT Heili Lowman @heili_lowman
Predicting river resilience to disturbance in streams and rivers across the U.S.
14:55-15:05 EDT Jianning Ren @ren_will
How does water yield respond to mountain pine beetle infestation in a semiarid forest?
15:05-15:15 EDT Jorrit P. Mesman @JorritMesman
Modeling climate, groundwater, physics, and phytoplankton in a Spanish coastal lagoon
15:15-15:25 EDT Azadeh Yousefi @YousefiAzadeh
تاثیر عمق آب و عوامل جبری در عملکرد مدل فراگیری ماشین در مدلسازی دمای آب سطحی دریاچه
The influence of water depth and forcing factors on the performances of Machine Learning approaches for the simulation of lake surface water temperature
15:25-15:35 EDT Wayana Dolan @wayana_dolan
Functional lake-to-channel connectivity impacts lake ice in an Arctic delta
15:35-15:55 EDT Live Q&A with the speakers
15:55-16:10 EDT Break
16:10-16:55 EDT Panel: Operationalizing Interoperability
Margaret O’Brien @EDIgotdata - Environmental Data Initiative
Mathis L. Messager @messamat - McGill University & INRAE Lyon-Grenoble Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Sarah McCord @mccord_se - U.S. Department of Agriculture
Mike Kolian - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Paul Julian @SwampThingPaul - Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation
Kait Reinl @KaitReinl - Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve
Martin Seul - Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc.
Amanda Whitmire @AWhitTwit - Harold A. Miller Library at Stanford University
16:55-17:00 EDT Closing Remarks
29 July 2022
13:00-13:15 EDT Introduction, Welcome, and Ground Rules
13:15-14:25 EDT Tools and Software
13:15-13:25 EDT Tyler V. King @TylerKingofNone
Spectral Mixture Analysis for Surveillance of Harmful Algal Blooms (SMASH): A Hybrid Laboratory and Satellite based approach to identify algal taxa in inland waterbodies via remote sensing
13:25-13:35 EDT Qiusheng Wu @giswqs
Automated surface water mapping with cloud computing and open-source software
13:35-13:45 EDT Orhun Aydin @orhun_sow
Mining Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Transshipment Activity in an Interoperable GIS: The R-ArcGIS Bridge and ESRI - R Integration
13:45-13:55 EDT Matthew Conlon
Harnessing USGS data and open-source tools to create dynamic data visualizations
13:55-14:05 EDT Carolina C. Barbosa @carollcbarbosa
Abordagem de modelagem integrada para prever mudanças de estado trófico de um reservatório subtropical
An integrated modeling approach to predict trophic state changes of a subtropical reservoir
14:05-14:25 EDT Live Q&A with the speakers
14:25-14:45 EDT Break
14:45-15:55 EDT Applications of Open Science
14:45-14:55 EDT Laura Soares
Drought impacts on the water quality and trophic state of a Brazilian reservoir: evidence from GLM-AED2 model
14:55-15:05 EDT Amber Jones @AmberWaves_USU
Water Data Science and Hydroinformatics Instruction: Community Perspectives and Online Learning Resources
15:05-15:15 EDT Amanda T Stahl @AmandaTStahl
Broadening and streamlining access to remote sensing data for natural scientists and natural resource professionals
15:15-15:25 EDT Joshua Culpepper @JoshCulpepper4
Leveraging Red-Band Reflectance to Detect Mountain Lake Ice Phenology
15:25-15:35 EDT Abdou R Bah @AbdouRachidBah1
Downscaling GOES-R Land Surface Temperature over Urban Regions
15:35-15:55 EDT Live Q&A with the speakers
15:55-16:10 EDT Break
16:10-16:55 EDT Panel: Careers in Data Science and Open Science
Julian J. Reyes @julianjon - U.S. Department of Agriculture
Alden Keefe Sampson @aldenks - Upstream Tech
Cee Nell @cee_phd - U.S. Geological Survey
Sylvia Lee @DrDiatomLee - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Stephanie E. Hampton @se_hampton - Washington State University
16:55-17:00 EDT Closing Remarks
17:00-18:00 EDT Virtual Social Hour