Grand Ballroom Nov 29, 2018 Panel 03:30 PM - 04:30 PM

Vast internet resources with various data repositories, search engine capabilities with artificial intelligence techniques, and database connections will make retrieval of environmental information relevant to coastal resource monitoring and management available on an almost real-time basis. This Plenary Session will examine some of the tools currently available for gathering water quality, land-use, and habitat data for driving coastal resource assessment and modeling. Through a series of panel presentations and discussion, we hope to provide a glimpse of the possibilities for future monitoring of habitats and resources in the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program areas of interest. 

Moffatt & Nichol
The Balmoral Group
Moffatt & Nichol
Geosystems Research Institute and Northern Gulf Institute, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS


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