We presented the New California Water Atlas at the UC Berkeley Geospatial Innovation Facility to a group about about 30 mappers.
We talked about using open data and open government strategies to improve citizen’s understanding of our natural resources. Was a great group of people and they asked hard questions about water pricing and obfuscated data.
Afterwards, we spoke with Kevin Koy about Cal-Adapt and discussed water API's for California water datasets. Really exciting stuff - especially the idea that we might be able to access future temperature projection data and the like. In the next few months should start to have in our hands more data that we can work with.`