The annual meeting of the EPSCoR/IDeA Coalition and Foundation will be held on February 24, 2020 at the Phoenix Park Hotel in Washington, DC. The annual meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. on February 24th and conclude with a reception that evening.
Year 2 All-Hands Meeting for the CREWS project. This will be a working meeting for team participants.
Bring history, citizen science, NASA technologies and Montana water quality research to your classroom or out-of-school program as you meld the mystique of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail with modern tools for data collection.
When Meriwether Lewis and William Clark journeyed 8,229 miles across America in the early 1800s, they used laborious and time-consuming processes to record their observations and map the region. Fast-forward 200+ years, and we now carry sophisticated tools for data collection right in our pockets!
In this workshop, we will:
CREWS project team training for sensor deployment
Meeting for leads on all CREWS project components
CREWS External Advisory Board Meeting