Changing water levels are affecting our coastal communities and natural systems. This course provides tools and hands-on exercises to support resources managers build skills and knowledge that can be applied to their work in tidally-influenced environments.
The course will cover the following concepts:
- Explore vertical datums and how they relate to one another when working with water level data.
- Identify sources of error in water level data and importance of sensor stability for quality data.
- Explore water level data case studies, tools and applications.
- Perform tidal datum computations to generate water level highs and lows and tidal datums.
- Produce inundation statistical to support marsh management restoration activities.
LOCATION: Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve Tonsmeire Resource Center 11525 US-98, Fairhope, AL 36532
DATE and TIME: August 8, 2018, 8:30am-4:30pm.
Please register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/working-with-water-level-data-tickets-33294980182.
LUNCH PROVIDED BY WBNERR
For information on course content, please contact David Wolcott (240-533-0614) or email David.Wolcott@noaa.gov.
For directions or questions about registration and Weeks Bay Reserve, contact Mike Shelton at 251-490-8968 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To download a flyer, click on the image below (note the workshop has been rescheduled to August 8, 2018):