Eos, the leading source for the latest news and perspectives on Earth and space sciences, published a meeting report about U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership’s (PNAMP) workshop held last October in Fort Collins, Colorado. The purpose of the workshop was to identify and prioritize development of enterprise resources for programs that monitor the status and trends of species populations – such as fish, bats, and migratory birds – and their terrestrial, aquatic, and marine habitats.
The article outlines how the Sitka-built MonitoringResources.org served as a key component for the various talks and breakout groups. MonitoringResources.org is a non-proprietary, free, and open access suite of enterprise monitoring tools developed and maintained by USGS and PNAMP.
To read the full report, click here.