Difference between revisions of "EcoViz:SEP Timeline"

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== pre-2008 ==
 
== pre-2008 ==
  
Major development of [[Tarsier]] software and EcoViz approach e.g. at [http://ynp.csumb.edu/ Yellowstone], with large funding e.g. from NASA
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Major development of [[Tarsier]] software and EcoViz approach e.g. at [http://ynp.csumb.edu/ EcoViz:Yellowstone], with large funding e.g. from NASA
  
 
== 2008 ==
 
== 2008 ==

Revision as of 13:42, 13 January 2009

This timeline relates to the EcoViz:SEP Vision

pre-2008

Major development of Tarsier software and EcoViz approach e.g. at EcoViz: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