Difference between revisions of "EcoViz:SEP Timeline"

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Proved concept that applied visualizations can be delivered to real clients at low cost ($5K - $10K)
 
Proved concept that applied visualizations can be delivered to real clients at low cost ($5K - $10K)
  
== Goal by end of 2009 ==
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== Semester goal for Spring 2009 ==
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Where applicable, direct class projects toward the [[EcoViz:SEP Vision]] and Carmel Bay [[EcoViz:SEP Focus Sites|Focus Site]]
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* PHYS 150 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 332/532 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 350 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 400/403 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 433/533 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 448 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 460 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 470 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 545 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 560 to model Carmel Watershed runoff after fire using climate data, DEMs, remotely sensed land cover, USGS gaging data, and dam operation data.
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== Semester goal for Fall 2009 ==
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* PHYS 150 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 330/530 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 332/532 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ENVS 436/536 to do XYZ ...  using data ABC ...
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* ... list more classes here ...
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== Annual goal by end of 2009 ==
  
 
Make [[Tarsier]] software more user-friendly, so that GIS-savvy CSUMB students can learn to use it just as they learned to use ArcMap. Train test-pilot students to use Tarsier, with equivalent-time help from [[EcoViz technical team]].
 
Make [[Tarsier]] software more user-friendly, so that GIS-savvy CSUMB students can learn to use it just as they learned to use ArcMap. Train test-pilot students to use Tarsier, with equivalent-time help from [[EcoViz technical team]].

Revision as of 13:37, 13 January 2009

This timeline relates to the EcoViz:SEP Vision

pre-2008

Major development of Tarsier software and EcoViz approach e.g. at Yellowstone, with large funding e.g. from NASA

2008

Proved concept that applied visualizations can be delivered to real clients at low cost ($5K - $10K)

Semester goal for Spring 2009

Where applicable, direct class projects toward the EcoViz:SEP Vision and Carmel Bay Focus Site

  • PHYS 150 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 332/532 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 350 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 400/403 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 433/533 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 448 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 460 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 470 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 545 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 560 to model Carmel Watershed runoff after fire using climate data, DEMs, remotely sensed land cover, USGS gaging data, and dam operation data.

Semester goal for Fall 2009

  • PHYS 150 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 330/530 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 332/532 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ENVS 436/536 to do XYZ ... using data ABC ...
  • ... list more classes here ...

Annual goal by end of 2009

Make Tarsier software more user-friendly, so that GIS-savvy CSUMB students can learn to use it just as they learned to use ArcMap. Train test-pilot students to use Tarsier, with equivalent-time help from EcoViz technical team.

Goal by end of 2010

GIS-savvy non-CSUMB folks can learn to use Tarsier just as they learned to use ArcMap