California Water Quality Monitoring Council
Invitation to join the online meeting on the California Water Quality Monitoring Network
California Water Quality Monitoring Collaboration Network Participant:
Join the California Water Quality Monitoring Collaboration Network along with Lee Tremblay and Luke Warren from 4Marbles Inc. – Test the Water for “Test the Waters’ Digital Solutions for Data Collected by Citizen Monitors/ Volunteer Monitors of Water Quality ”. Please join us on Thursday March 19, 2015 from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Please see the instructions below to join the webinar. To watch the presentation, “join the online meeting” and to hear the meeting, “join the teleconference (call in)” as we use voice over phone protocol.
Test the Waters’ Digital Solutions for Data Collected by Citizen Monitors/ Volunteer Monitors of Water Quality
This Webinar is going to introduce you to TestTheWater.org a digital data collection and data management web application. TestTheWater.org (TTW) allows Water Monitoring Groups to aggregate data from individual contributors via the TTW digital Mobile LabBook. Users can upload data to the TTW Data Center where the results are displayed to the assigned data owners. Data access and validation has been streamlined into an easy user interface. In addition, California users can mark their data for submission to the California Environmental Data Exchange Network (CEDEN) to maintain data compliance with the state. We also provide a report tool to assist with your water data analysis along with a forum to help you organize and connect with your community.
TestTheWater.org’s mission is to empower individuals to make their world a better place, because we believe that by working together we can change the world through action and active participation. TestTheWater.org allows people to make a direct impact on their local water quality, by helping them to connect and coordinate with other individuals and effectuate successful water monitoring programs.
Lee Tremblay is the President of 4Marbles Inc. the science and education non-profit responsible for TestTheWater.org. Lee completed his PhD from Boston University’s School of Medicine in Biophysics and works in a variety of scientific advisory roles. In addition to his scientific research, Lee also consults as a software developer and a regulatory IT specialist. His IT expertise provides support for companies with global data infrastructures and in validating software systems designed to maintain regulatory compliance.
Luke Warren is the head Information Officer at 4Marbles. He received his Informatics Degree from Indiana University with a concentration in Business. His expertise lies in the oversight of IT systems development and data compliance and manages a large portfolio of software solutions for Cigna Healthcare in addition to his work at 4Marbles.
Topic: CWQMCN Webinar
Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015
Time: 11:30 am, Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
Meeting Number: 747 216 972
Meeting Password: water
To join the online meeting
Go to https://waterboards.webex.com/waterboards/j.php?MTID=me9c601c17d2d18fa4e3f9e48b9f1ae26
Call-in toll-free number (Verizon): 1-877-791-0566 (US)
Call-in number (Verizon): 1-203-418-5330 (US)
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Attendee access code: 123 977 5
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· You can join the CWQMCN webinar listserv by signing up on the web at:
your email address and name, place a check mark next to “Water Quality Monitoring
Collaboration Network – Webinar Sessions”, then click the “subscribe” button.
· We have set up a webpage for the California Water Quality Monitoring Collaboration Network (CWQMCN) at: http://www.mywaterquality.ca.gov/monitoring_council/collaboration_network/
· LinkedIn Group: California Water Quality Monitoring Professional Network
This group was formed to facilitate water quality monitoring communication and
· Watch CWQMCN videos and find video playlists at www.youtube.com/cwqmcn