This version of HydroExcel fixes two minor issues found in version 1.1.3. Abstract text is no longer wrapped on the Data Source worksheet, resulting in improved readability. WaterML files can now be saved even if site or variable codes include the pipe character.
At the 2010 A.D. Latornell Conservation Symposium in Alliston, Ontario, Canada, Dr. Tim Whiteaker presented a workshop with hands-on training on using CUAHSI-HIS. For presentations and training materials from the workshop, please visit the [workshop page]. For information on the Latornell Conservation Symposium, please visit http://www.latornell.ca/.
HydroDesktop, CUAHSI HIS' new map-based client application for discovery, access and analysis of hydrologic data is ready for your review. We are looking for members of the community to help us test it and provide feedback. We encourage you to go to the HydroDesktop web site, download the software and give it a workout. Let us know your thoughts about it using our feedback page. For more information, see the HydroDesktop page on this site.
This workshop was an introduction to the CUAHSI HIS web service approach to sharing and accessing hydrologic data, including the key tools and technologies: HydroServer (store and publish), HIS Central (catalog and search), and HydroDesktop (access and analyze). The workshop followed the CUAHSI Biennial Colloquium in Bolder, CO.
The keynote by ESRI’s Jack Dangermond described how ESRI is integrating HIS technology into their new products. There was also a number of other HIS related presentations, and we had demos and more at the CUAHSI booth at the conference on, March 29-31, 2008, and the workshops that followed it on April 1-2, in Orlando, FL.
These are draft documents that are currently in the review process and we invite the water community to help us review them and provide commentary. You can submit your comments using our feedback page.
WaterML 1.0 — These draft documents are for the existing, published, version of WaterML.
This latest version of HydroExcel features right-click menus and additional buttons to improve the workflow, the ability to save raw WaterML files to disk as XML files, and the display of some additional items available in WaterML such as variable speciation.
May 27, 2009 - Texas HIS Workshop, held on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin
June 4-5, 2009 - HIS Workshop, held on the University of Vermont campus in Burlington, Vermont. View the flier, see the workshop web page, or contact the Vermont EPSCoR office at (802) 540-1044 or Kristen.Hallock@uvm.edu for more info.
At the invitation of Mark Lubell, a professor of Environmental Science and Policy at the University of California, Davis, David Maidment spent today at UC Davis discussing CUASHI HIS and the potential for using the CUAHSI approach to build a water data services infrastructure for California. [More].
Dr. Tim Whiteaker of the HIS team presented a workshop to key personnel in state agencies and universities of Kansas, including faculty, research staff, students, technical experts, and geo/hydro data specialists... [More Info]
Publish your data with a CUAHSI-HIS Server and register it with the CUAHSI-HIS Central Web Service Registry. It will then be available in federated search engines just like NWIS and STORET... [More Info]
Hope you saw HIS 1.1 at AGU
We had demos and more at the CUAHSI booth at the AGU 2008 Fall Meeting, December 15-19, 2008, in San Francisco, CA.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grant Nos. 04-12975, 041-3265, and 06-22374. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.