The public is invited to join a training session and presentation on how to use: CWPPRA’s
Coastwide Reference Monitoring System (CRMS) website
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
10am to 12pm
The Coastwide Reference Monitoring System (CRMS), funded through the Coastal Wetlands, Planning, Protection and Restoration Act Task Force and the State of Louisiana, provides data for several monitoring parameters including land to water ratios, surface water salinity, surface water temperature, water levels, soil porewater, vegetation, soil characteristics, marsh surface elevation, and accretion.
This training will present recent updates to the website and will also demonstrate how to download coastal protection and restoration project monitoring data.
Although this will be a webex based training, space is still limited. We ask that if multiple people within one organization would like to attend that they participate as a group. This will enable us to reduce the amount of webinar and conference call slots.
To RSVP contact Sarai Piazza (email@example.com) with a list of participants from your organization no later than Wednesday, April 5, 2017.
Once a list of participants is compiled, webex and conference call information will be distributed.
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