Good data management enables the location, sharing, and reuse of data, and reduces the redundancy of data. These attributes of good data management reduce costs in terms of time and money. Data management tools and best practices can also help to meet the open data requirements of making data more accessible and discoverable.
A unique, web-based Federal mapping resource for species occurrence data in the United States and its Territories.
The USGS Science Data Catalog provides seamless access to USGS research and monitoring data from across the nation. Users have the ability to search, browse, or use a map-based interface to discover data.
The National Network of Reference Watersheds is a collaborative and multipurpose network of minimally disturbed watersheds and monitoring sites. The purpose of this website is to allow users to search the NNRW database of reference watersheds, to identify watersheds of interest, and download watershed information and water quality data. The current scope is limited to freshwater strreams.
The NCCWSC Request for Proposal (RFP) Manager is a way for the DOI Climate Science Centers to announce funding opportunities to DOI scientists, and for them to be able to propose work that needs funding. Scientists then go through a review process and are awarded funding according to reviewer ratings.
The Data Entry for Project Tracking and Highlighting (DEPTH) web portal allows users to easily query, view, filter, and edit organization’s project records. DEPTH provides users with a central location to view science activities from across various organizations in their region. This tool is funded by the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center.
The Data Management Plan Editor (DMP Editor) allows PIs and data stewards to maintain the Data Management Plan throughout the project lifecycle. Data Management Plans will either be entered directly into the system,imported from RFP Manager, or imported from word template. This tool also sends a copy of the DMP to ScienceBase.
The Project Tracking Dashboard, PDash, is used to track and manage project information, including project metadata, reports, publications, data products, and data management plan status. This tool was funded by the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center.
WYBREA is used by the BLM to provide information that facilitates development of regionally based conservation strategies on public lands in the Wyoming Basin and to facilitate planning, environmental analysis, and decision-making for regional ecological resources.
This interactive tool displays estimates of the economic contributions associated with the Department of the Interior (Interior, or DOI)'s programs and activities for FY 2015. Many of Interior's activities, such as the provision of recreational opportunities or the leasing of mineral rights are important to the economy because they enable private industry to create wealth and jobs.
WRFO (White River Field Office) is an application used by the BLM to monitor Oil and Gas related disturbance and reclamation activity in White River Field Office, Kremmling Field Office, and the Little Snake Field office. The primary disturbances are Oil and Gas wells. Associated infrastructure (Facilities, Pipelines, and Roads) are also monitored.
SDARTT is to be the national repository for and analysis tool of disturbance data pertaining to public land operations for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Public land users will upload disturbance and reclamation data to SDARTT and BLM users will utilize SDARTT to map and analyze the data and generate reports.