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

27 July 2023
13:00-13:15 EDT Introduction, Welcome, and Ground Rules
13:15-14:15 EDT Big Data
13:15-13:25 EDT Linnea Rock @RockLinnea
A broad-scale shift away from single nutrient limitation in United States Lakes
13:25-13:35 EDT Robin Rohwer @RobinRohwer
Computational barriers to realistic reproducibility: examples from metagenomic sequencing
13:35-13:45 EDT Ruchi Bhattacharya @LimnoRuchi
Unraveling drivers and trends of centennial scale lake Phosphorus accumulation trajectories across global scales
13:45-13:55 EDT Chris Hay @IISD_ELA
The flow and future of IISD Experimental Lakes Area data, presenting the bathymetry data pipeline and open data package as a case study
13:55-14:15 EDT Live Q&A with the speakers
14:15-14:35 EDT Break
14:35-15:35 EDT Data Intensive Models
14:35-14:45 EDT Ames Fowler @FowlerAmes
Muddy Waters: Investigating the Spatial Distribution of Runoff Driven Soil Erosion "Hot Spots" in an Agricultural Watershed to Improve Water Quality
14:45-14:55 EDT Sofia La Fuente @LFSofi8
Ensemble modeling of global lake evaporation under climate change
14:55-15:05 EDT Fred Cheng @pHred_cheng
Predicting river network water quality using process-guided deep learning under dense and sparse data constraints
15:05-15:15 EDT Shuqi Lin @shuqilin0820
Lake dissolved oxygen and hypolimnetic hypoxia predictions via multi-model machine learning approach
15:15-15:35 EDT Live Q&A with the speakers
15:35-15:55 EDT Break
15:55-16:55 EDT Community Listening Session: How can we grow DSOS & AEMON-J?
Looking to the future, the organizational teams of DSOS and AEMON-J are keen to find funding mechanisms and opportunities to expand these communities. As we feel strongly that these communities should be both of and for early career researchers, we'd like to get your your thoughts and feedback on how best we can grow these communities. This time will be an open, hour-long conversation, where you can share your thoughts directly with the org team.
16:55-17:00 EDT Closing Remarks
28 July 2021
13:00-13:15 EDT Introduction, Welcome, and Ground Rules
13:15-14:25 EDT Remote Sensing of Aquatic Environments
13:15-13:25 EDT Maartje Korver
Assembling and quality controlling high resolution, global scale data from remote sensing: examples from a lake water temperature dataset
13:25-13:35 EDT Camille Minaudo @CamilleMinaudo
High resolution profiles of hyperspectral water optical properties to better understand the functioning of lake ecosystems
13:35-13:45 EDT Merritt Harlan @MerrittEHarlan
Data-driven approaches for satellite-based discharge estimation in Alaskan rivers
13:45-13:55 EDT Md Mamun @MdMamun31237853
Quantification of Algal Chlorophyll, Water Clarity and Suspended Solids Across Korea Using Sentinel -2 MSI and Landsat -8 OLI Imagery with Machine Learning Algorithm
13:55-14:05 EDT Daniel Maciel
Remote sensing of water transparency in global waters based on Landsat long-term data
14:05-14:25 EDT Live Q&A with the speakers
14:25-14:45 EDT Break
14:45-15:45 EDT Applications of Open Science
14:45-14:55 EDT Lorena Silva @lorena_biouni
Using community science to enhance Earth Observation data
14:55-15:05 EDT Keyvan Malek @keyvan_malek
Opportunities and challenges in providing water and agricultural customers with data-driven services
15:05-15:15 EDT Leon Katona
Modeling river ecosystem responses to environmental change using long-term water quality monitoring data from the Truckee River, Nevada, USA
15:15-15:25 EDT Riley Hale @riley_hale8
Phytoplankton community structure predicts interannual patterns in net trophic status of dynamic near-shore ecosystem at the Scripps Ecological Observatory
15:25-15:45 EDT Live Q&A with the speakers
15:45-16:00 EDT Break
16:00-16:55 EDT Panel: Careers in Data Science and Open Science
Joshua Fisher @jawzsh - Hydrosat & Chapman University
Stephen Kennedy @oh_sk - UrbanFootprint
Roxane Maranger @Water_Rox - University of Montreal
Anika Pyle @anikasneaka - Colorado State University
Emily Read - U.S. Geological Survey
16:55-17:00 EDT Closing Remarks
17:00-18:00 EDT Virtual Social Hour