Jerad Bales

CUAHSI | Executive Director

Subject Areas: Hydrology, hydrologic modeling, data analysis

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ABSTRACT:

This resource contains training material for a September 20, 2021 session offered to participants from Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and UNESCO. The following skills were taught:
1. Create a CUAHSI HydroShare account at https://www.hydroshare.org/home/.
2. Find the Mozambique and Zimbabwe HydroShare Groups.
3. Add resources to the group.
4. Properly annotate the resource.
5. Set sharing permissions.

In addition, the BuPuSa Community, which contains the two groups, was demonstrated. Training materials were provided to participants.

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ABSTRACT:

This document intends to provide context on norms within the hydrologic science community to provide a framework for understanding what research products and processes are valued by the academic hydrologic sciences community. This will better inform those charged with review and assessment of hydrologic scientists, enabling consideration of traditional as well as new types of contributions to advancing the field of hydrologic sciences. This document does not include other areas of academic contributions including teaching, service, and outreach. The document should be of use to those applying to academic positions, promotions, and tenure; external evaluators and reviewers; review committees and senior faculty; academic and professional leaders; and funding agencies.

This statement was primarily authored by Alejandro Flores, Anne Jefferson, Steve Loheide, Jeanne VanBriesen, and Adam Ward and was approved by a vote of the CUAHSI Board of Directors on April 19, 2021, with all directors, officers, and the CUAHSI executive director concurring.

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This is a presentation given on November 17, 2020 at the virtual workshop "That's so meta" co-hosted by IoW, CUAHSI, and WaDE. The presentation describes CUAHSI Water Data Services, including metada and compute. Class exercises also are provided, as well as links to various CUAHSI resources.

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ABSTRACT:

This resource contains presentations given by CUASHI staff at a variety of venues in 2020 and 2021.

1. Bales, J.D. 2020. CUAHSI Membership Meeting, December 1, 2020.

2. Bales, J.D. 2020. 2020-05 CUAHSI Online Education Resources: This presentation was given to the UNESCO IHP on CUAHSI's resources that can help facilitate and enable online education.

3. Bales, J.D. 2020. 2020-05 ESIP Technology Webinar-Bales, Horsburgh, and Castronova: CUAHSI Community and Water Data Services: This presentation was given at an ESIP (Earth Science Information Program) with an emphasis on CUAHSI's Hydrologic Informatrion System, HydroShare, and CUAHSI Compute Resources.

4. Bales, J.D. 2020. What can you do with CUAHSI HydroShare? Presentation to UNESCO International Hydrological Programme meeting on southern Africa water issues. June 5, 2020.

5. Bales, J.D. 2020. CUAHSI Community and Water Data Services. Presentation to Soil Moisture Working Group. September 22, 2020.

6. Bales, J.D. 2020. The Critical Zone Collaborative Network Hub: Enabling, Supporting, and Communicating CZ Science. Early Career Critical Zone Working Group webinar, October 30, 2020.

7. Bales, J.D. 2020. CUAHSI Services for the Water-Education Community. NAGT – CUAHSI Webinar, November 5, 2020.

8. Bales, J.D. 2020. Agency Update: Supporting Federal Water Programs. Interagency Conference on Research in the Watershed, November 17, 2020.

9. Bales, J.D. 2021. CUAHSI: Reproducible Science, Education, Community. NASA SWOT Early Adopters Workshop, March 8, 2021. This presentation describes some of CUAHSI's capabilities for data archival and reproducible science. The presentation links to a SWOT app hosted by HydroShare for creation of synthetic SWOT discharges.

10. Bales, J.D. 2021. Global Water Futures’ Core Modelling and Forecasting Team Webinar--Collaborative and Reproducible Hydrologic Modeling.

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ABSTRACT:

This resource includes documents, data, and guidance for HydroShare and used in the 2019 Mekong River Research Conference and contains the following files:
1. CUAHSI time-series uploading guide (for data.cuahsi.org, but also can be used for HydroShare)
2. CUAHSI time-series formatting guide (for data.cuahsi.org, but also can be used for HydroShare)
3. Help for describing data and models in HydroShare
4. Workshop presentation.
5. Advanced time-series metadata template (for data.cuahsi.org, but also can be used for HydroShare)
6. Standard time-series metadata template (for data.cuahsi.org, but also can be used for HydroShare)
7. Steps for discovering Hurricane Harvey collection in hydroshare.org
8. Example data management plan.

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CUAHSI - IoW - WaDE Workshop 2019-11-03
Created: Oct. 14, 2019, 3:45 p.m.
Authors: Bales, Jerad

ABSTRACT:

This Resource contains material for the CUAHSI portion of the November 3, 2019 CUAHSI - IoW - WaDE workshop held in conjunction with the AWRA National Meeting in Salt Lake City, UT.

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MekongWater Workshop
Created: Dec. 12, 2019, 8:42 p.m.
Authors: Bales, Jerad

ABSTRACT:

This resource includes documents, data, and guidance for HydroShare and used in the 2019 Mekong River Research Conference and contains the following files:
1. CUAHSI time-series uploading guide (for data.cuahsi.org, but also can be used for HydroShare)
2. CUAHSI time-series formatting guide (for data.cuahsi.org, but also can be used for HydroShare)
3. Help for describing data and models in HydroShare
4. Workshop presentation.
5. Advanced time-series metadata template (for data.cuahsi.org, but also can be used for HydroShare)
6. Standard time-series metadata template (for data.cuahsi.org, but also can be used for HydroShare)
7. Steps for discovering Hurricane Harvey collection in hydroshare.org
8. Example data management plan.

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CUAHSI Presentations: 2020 - 2021
Created: May 14, 2020, 3:26 p.m.
Authors: Bales, Jerad

ABSTRACT:

This resource contains presentations given by CUASHI staff at a variety of venues in 2020 and 2021.

1. Bales, J.D. 2020. CUAHSI Membership Meeting, December 1, 2020.

2. Bales, J.D. 2020. 2020-05 CUAHSI Online Education Resources: This presentation was given to the UNESCO IHP on CUAHSI's resources that can help facilitate and enable online education.

3. Bales, J.D. 2020. 2020-05 ESIP Technology Webinar-Bales, Horsburgh, and Castronova: CUAHSI Community and Water Data Services: This presentation was given at an ESIP (Earth Science Information Program) with an emphasis on CUAHSI's Hydrologic Informatrion System, HydroShare, and CUAHSI Compute Resources.

4. Bales, J.D. 2020. What can you do with CUAHSI HydroShare? Presentation to UNESCO International Hydrological Programme meeting on southern Africa water issues. June 5, 2020.

5. Bales, J.D. 2020. CUAHSI Community and Water Data Services. Presentation to Soil Moisture Working Group. September 22, 2020.

6. Bales, J.D. 2020. The Critical Zone Collaborative Network Hub: Enabling, Supporting, and Communicating CZ Science. Early Career Critical Zone Working Group webinar, October 30, 2020.

7. Bales, J.D. 2020. CUAHSI Services for the Water-Education Community. NAGT – CUAHSI Webinar, November 5, 2020.

8. Bales, J.D. 2020. Agency Update: Supporting Federal Water Programs. Interagency Conference on Research in the Watershed, November 17, 2020.

9. Bales, J.D. 2021. CUAHSI: Reproducible Science, Education, Community. NASA SWOT Early Adopters Workshop, March 8, 2021. This presentation describes some of CUAHSI's capabilities for data archival and reproducible science. The presentation links to a SWOT app hosted by HydroShare for creation of synthetic SWOT discharges.

10. Bales, J.D. 2021. Global Water Futures’ Core Modelling and Forecasting Team Webinar--Collaborative and Reproducible Hydrologic Modeling.

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Composite Resource Composite Resource

ABSTRACT:

This is a presentation given on November 17, 2020 at the virtual workshop "That's so meta" co-hosted by IoW, CUAHSI, and WaDE. The presentation describes CUAHSI Water Data Services, including metada and compute. Class exercises also are provided, as well as links to various CUAHSI resources.

Show More
Composite Resource Composite Resource

ABSTRACT:

This document intends to provide context on norms within the hydrologic science community to provide a framework for understanding what research products and processes are valued by the academic hydrologic sciences community. This will better inform those charged with review and assessment of hydrologic scientists, enabling consideration of traditional as well as new types of contributions to advancing the field of hydrologic sciences. This document does not include other areas of academic contributions including teaching, service, and outreach. The document should be of use to those applying to academic positions, promotions, and tenure; external evaluators and reviewers; review committees and senior faculty; academic and professional leaders; and funding agencies.

This statement was primarily authored by Alejandro Flores, Anne Jefferson, Steve Loheide, Jeanne VanBriesen, and Adam Ward and was approved by a vote of the CUAHSI Board of Directors on April 19, 2021, with all directors, officers, and the CUAHSI executive director concurring.

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BuPuSa Training 2021-09
Created: Sept. 16, 2021, 5:51 p.m.
Authors: Bales, Jerad

ABSTRACT:

This resource contains training material for a September 20, 2021 session offered to participants from Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and UNESCO. The following skills were taught:
1. Create a CUAHSI HydroShare account at https://www.hydroshare.org/home/.
2. Find the Mozambique and Zimbabwe HydroShare Groups.
3. Add resources to the group.
4. Properly annotate the resource.
5. Set sharing permissions.

In addition, the BuPuSa Community, which contains the two groups, was demonstrated. Training materials were provided to participants.

Show More