Event Title

SoundIQ: a mapping tool for Northwest Straits citizen science projects

Presentation Abstract

SoundIQ was developed by the Northwest Straits Commission and City of Bellingham to make citizen-led project data easily accessible and useful to a variety of users. SoundIQ allows us to visually illustrate projects on a map in the context of other important natural resource information. Embedded in the SoundIQ maps are links to the data and reports associated with Northwest Straits Commission projects. The maps are focused on the marine waters and shorelines of the seven county area in northern Puget Sound that we call the Northwest Straits.

Session Title

Shoreline Monitoring: Citizen Science, Restoration Effectiveness, and Data Integration

Conference Track

Engagement

Conference Name

Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference (2016 : Vancouver, B.C.)

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Location

2016SSEC

Type of Presentation

Oral

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SoundIQ: a mapping tool for Northwest Straits citizen science projects

2016SSEC

SoundIQ was developed by the Northwest Straits Commission and City of Bellingham to make citizen-led project data easily accessible and useful to a variety of users. SoundIQ allows us to visually illustrate projects on a map in the context of other important natural resource information. Embedded in the SoundIQ maps are links to the data and reports associated with Northwest Straits Commission projects. The maps are focused on the marine waters and shorelines of the seven county area in northern Puget Sound that we call the Northwest Straits.