Webinar: OpenET

Webinar: OpenET

Thanks to all who attended this webinar! Please click here to view the video recording, and click here to view the presentation slides.

 

The Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts is pleased to present a free educational webinar for TAGD members and the greater water community. Click here to download a flyer that you can distribute to any interested parties.

OpenET: Filling the Biggest Data Gap in Water Management
December 8, 2020
3pm-4pm

Click here to register for free!

Presenters:
Robyn Grimm, Environmental Defense Fund
Forrest Melton, NASA/CSU Monterey Bay
Justin Huntington, Desert Research Institute

Access to consumptive water use data for irrigated agriculture has been limited and expensive, keeping it out of the hands of most water users and decision-makers. OpenET is a collaborative effort to develop an online platform for mapping evapotranspiration (ET) at the scale of individual fields. A partnership between NASA, the Desert Research Institute, and Environmental Defense Fund, and Google Earth Engine, OpenET aims to use the best available science and publicly available data to increase access to satellite-based ET and consumptive water use information for farmers and water managers.

Click here to view a two-page summary of OpenET. Click here to read some Frequently Asked Questions.

For more information about OpenET, please see: https://openetdata.org/.

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