The Open Resource Management Foundation

The Open Resource Management Foundation was created to provide resource managers, scientists, conservationists, policy makers, academics and all stakeholders with a free and open community to collaborate, share information, view the latest science, visualize project areas, create GIS maps, and have access to the latest research for their area. OpenNRM.org is working quickly to access


34 North Presents at California Interagency Ecological Program

34 North will present new application development work at the 2016 Interagency Ecological Program (IEP) conference. The discussion will cover data and data stewardship. Abstract Title: Increasing discoverability and accessibility of California environmental data with regional data federations like BayDeltaLive, California Estuaries, The Sacramento River Watershed Program and San Joaquin River Water Quality Portals. Data


34 North to Demonstrate Real Time Data Modeling Tools at California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum

      34 North will present web-based data management tools (OPENNRM) in support of water quality forecasting, model visualization and collaborative management activities. Real-time water quality management relies on real-time forecasting of conditions and the use of a calibrated watershed model that provides predictions of flow and salinity resulting from watershed activities. 34 North,


OpenNRM and Baydeltalive.com: Tell your Data Story Seminar

A collaborative resource management web application and work space for data collection, analysis, and visualization   BayDeltaLive, an OpenNRM Natural Resource Management Application, is a place where diverse communities can effectively and efficiently, collaborate to manage and understand large-scale environmental efforts. A variety of software components are combined so users could equally explore and analyze a topic


34 North Announces Sacramento River Watershed Program Will Use the OpenNRM Data Platform at the Annual Stakeholder Meeting

  The Sacramento River Watershed Program will engage key stakeholders to develop a web-based data platform customized for the Sacramento River Watershed (SRW). The collective knowledge of key stakeholders will be applied to articulate management questions, access relevant information, and develop a data platform that provides the best available information for current and historic conditions