Freshwaterhack of UW Geohackweek
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Geohackweek is a 5-day workshop (November 14-18, 2016) held at the University of Washington eScience Institute. Participants came to the program with experience with Python programming and analysis of geospatial data (e.g. remote sensing analysis, vector mapping, environmental modeling, etc,) and learn more about open source technologies used to analyze geospatial datasets. The Freshwaterhack includes a subset of the geohack projects that are related to hydrology, hydrologic modeling, and water resources in order to support open source tool development and data sharing and catalyze water research that can be translated to national and global scales. The Freshwaterhack is facilitated by a collaborative network of Freshwater Science and Engineering coordinated by the Mountain to Sea Strategic Research Initiative, supported by UW College of Engineering, UW College of the Environment, and UW Tacoma.
Visit the Github respoitory at https://github.com/geohackweek/geohackweek.github.io for more information.
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|Freshwaterhack Project: Groundwater Resources and GRACE||CollectionResource||Christina Bandaragoda · Joe Cook||Discoverable & Shareable||Open Access|
|Freshwaterhack project: Comparing spatial datasets||CollectionResource||Nicoleta Cristea||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
|Freshwaterhack Project: Data integration for multi-hazard risk assessment||CollectionResource||Christina Bandaragoda · Ronda Strauch · Erkan Istanbulluoglu · RECEP CAKIR · Jeffrey Keck||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
|Freshwaterhack Project: Mountain to Sea Sediment||CollectionResource||Christina Bandaragoda · Alex Horner-Devine||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
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