Accessing Groundwater Information Webinar-May 12th!
Accessing Groundwater Information
Thursday, May 12th 12pm-Register here
Presenter: Jeremy Crowley from Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology
One of the major components of MBMG (Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology) work is the Ground Water Information Center (GWIC), which is an online database containing nearly 300,000 well, 2,600 spring, and 950 long-term groundwater monitoring records in Montana. MBMG also provides access to about 150 DNRC, 100 MBMG, and 200 USGS surface water sites in Montana. In order to make the data more accessible to end-users MBMG created a Data Center (http://www.mbmg.mtech.edu/datacenter/datacenter.asp), which houses a variety of databases and web mapping applications. This presentation will show how to access water data in Montana through the GWIC database, web applications, and GIS services.
Jeremy Crowley is an Assistant Research Hydrogeologist with the Ground Water Assessment Program (GWAP) at MBMG. The GWAP program focuses on long-term monitoring of groundwater and characterizing the water quantity and quality of Montana’s aquifers. Jeremy specializes in long-term statistical trend analysis, GIS, geodatabase optimization, and analysis of large datasets using computer programming.
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