Have you ever wondered about the work that goes into collecting and analyzing long-term meteorological data? Read the latest NERRds blog update to find out how our researchers do it!
In this post, our SWMP (System-Wide Monitoring Program) team goes into detail about how raw data from our weather monitoring system is transformed into an organized report. These reports are incredibly useful for understanding long-term weather processes and changes in water quality. Even more importantly, this data can be shared and compared with other National Estuarine Research Reserves (NERRs) to understand the context of these changes. You can read the blog here.
A recent post is about a new Oyster Integrated Mapping and Monitoring Program (OIMMP), which is led by FWRI Coastal Wetlands Group. This program aims to document and understand the current condition of oysters in Florida. Read more here.
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