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Cracking the Code (in 3-D): A Water Data Hub Dialogue

Cracking the Code (in 3-D): A Water Data Hub Dialogue
Join us for this two-day event to develop a collective understanding for modernizing Columbia Basin water knowledge.
Nov 29, 2017 08:30 AM to Nov 30, 2017 04:30 PM (Canada/Mountain / UTC-700)
Copper Point Resort, 760 Cooper Rd, Invermere BC
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Cracking the Code (in 3-D) is a two-day event to develop a collective understanding for modernizing Columbia Basin water knowledge.

The conference will be put into context by Dr. Martin Carver with an updated overview of “Water Monitoring and Climate in the Upper Columbia Basin, Summary of Current Status and Opportunities” which was published for Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) in January 2017.

A Provincial government overview for a modernized Columbia River Treaty and the relevance of collaborative water monitoring and open source data in the Columbia Basin and BC.

During this action-focused event, participants will craft 3-D outcomes:

1. DECIDE: An understanding for what is required to catalyze a water monitoring
framework towards filling important water data gaps for a watershed.
2. DESIGN: A vision for a Columbia Basin-specific, open access, water data hub.
3. DO: Cross-sector working groups to move forward on the shared water data hub and the
water monitoring framework.

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