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Digitizing Blueways: Data, interpretation, and planning for waterfronts

April 6, 2016: 6:00PM to 8:00PM
Cornell AAP NYC 26 Broadway 20th Floor, New York, NY 10004 map
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Join the Waterfront Alliance for a program in their Deep Drives series for a discussion to increase understanding of best practices of data gathering, interpretation, and application to improving water quality. How do you choose what to calculate to help improve decision-making at the waterfront? For almost any application, there is a combination of hardware, software, and human effort involved.

Participants will explore best practices in citizen-science water quality testing and data presentation, flood-protection modeling, and storm preparation. Join Carter Craft, Consultant General of the Netherlands in New York; Rob Buchanan of the New York City Water Trail Association; REbecca McMackin of Brooklyn Bridge Park; Justine Shapiro-Kline of WXY; and Dong-Ping Wong of Pool+ to dig in on these topics.

This event is free and open to the public. Sponsored by Cornell University, and ARCADIS.

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