The Southwest Biological Science Center’s two branches (Terrestrial Drylands Ecology and Grand Canyon Research and Monitoring) are located on and conduct a substantial proportion of their research within the Colorado River Basin.
The Drought Data Explorer - Coming Soon
The Drought Data Explorer (DDE) project has the overarching goal to enhance the capacity of the Centers’ Information Technology and Data Management section to make drought data for the Basin searchable and accessible on the web. Drought data created by Center scientists will enhance coproduction of actionable science and help inform the decision needs of federal, state, tribal, NGO and other stakeholders within the Basin.
The first phase of the project will soon be available online. The Explorer application allows users to explore datasets related to drought metrics, soil characteristics and historical vegetation data for the Basin.
Watch here for updates on the unveiling of the Drought Data Explorer.
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