Hopefully this Pro Bono work will lead to a bigger changes in Costa Rica's power supply infrastructure, and help save some of our tropics' incredible animals while giving the public the opportunity to engage in wildlife conservation issues.
We pushed the Data Dashboards to the limit with the complexity of this project...but despite that, it was described by Department of Ecology managers as "an elegant, significant tool with a beautiful interface." We could not imagine a higher praise for our work.
Orcas in the Salish sea are rare becoming rarer, so when they are observed, the data is invaluable. This web app helps biologists visualize and analyze where these elusive creatures are and how large vessels are affecting them.
Grainy photos and sepia toned faces bring us back to bygone days as we paint the picture of the last 50 years of this place through Story Map technology. 3D aquifer maps, data viz, timeline tools, and audio embedding apps bring the storytelling format into the 21st century.
Romance fills the (dissolved) air as a group of telemetry tagged fish swim upstream searching for this season's soulmate, and we've built the dashboard to track and visualize their data.
The Subterranean Team at BCI needed to present to their own board about how to leverage technology for communication and data management...How about a Story Map?
A dashboard for the public to engage with fisheries biologists and real time scientific discovery. The tools we built allow anglers to instantly report fish that have been tagged, and the data populates a user friendly interface.
A Story Map of conservation on our western rangelands, updated in 2020 to highlight new projects and new team members keeping sagebrush and sage grouse healthy.
Not stoked about a grizzly bear tearing through your tent and devouring your sack of trail mix? Yeah, us neither. We gathered data from 25+ organizations to create a map that shows where in grizzly country food storage regulations must be followed.
It's a big complicated story, this growing food in Whatcom County. These are our neighbors, they're doing good work and trying to solve some of the biggest issues of our day.
River conservation on a watershed scale is not for the faint of heart. The folks at Washington Water Trust are heroic in their efforts and their achievements. Here's a little bit of their story.
Climate change may not exist (coughbaloneycough), but here is a dataset of fifty years’ worth of stream temperature readings in Western Montana that can be subjectively analyzed.
We aggregated, organized, and digitized over a decade's worth of abandoned mine surveys and transformed a mile high stack of paper into a 21st century database management system: Survey 123 for collection, and Operations Dashboard for visualization and analysis.
Next time you bite into a delicious filet of grilled salmon, thank your lucky stars that there are folks out there doing this riparian restoration work.
We thought we had the best job ever...nope. These guys do. At least we got to visualize ourselves out there on a boat and live vicariously through their incredible work while we mapped their data.
The beauty and the curse of digital map making: we were able to create this map while sitting in an office on the mainland watching it snow. We didn't even have to set foot on that tropical paradise of an island...someday maybe we'll go groundtruth it.