Focus on Urban to Rural Communities


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The objective of this focus area is to facilitate activities and collaborations focused on improving the understanding of data ecosystems in urban and rural environments, and the potential application of data analytics and responsible data science practices to benefit rural and urban communities, citizens, and the environment. This includes:

1. Enabling acquisition and leverage of interoperable and accessible data sets for use across rural and urban communities, for data driven community and environmental planning

2. In collaboration with the Health focus area, determining the impact of urbanicity on health and other measures of well-being, for humans and their environment

3. Creating data science innovations to envision and enable sustainable environments, including collaborations incorporating data science, environmental science, and biogeochemistry.


Projects

Driver Video Privacy Challenge

Smart Cities Data Exchange

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Relevant Open Datasets

Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc.

Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI) Water Data Services

Global Water Data Portals Curated by CUAHSI


Success Stories

COVID-19 researchers share insights at the November COVID Information Commons webinar.

This month’s Covid Information Commons (CIC) webinar brought together researchers, students and leaders in nonprofits. The CIC serves as a platform for researchers and scientists to share knowledge and collaborate on research about COVID. This month, the CIC project team announced the launch of a new feature at covidinfocommons.net: the NSF COVID Awards & PI […]

Researchers studying COVID-19 share insights at first COVID Information Commons Community webinar

“Your site and the ability to come together is marvelous. I thank you especially for thinking about this and bringing us together. People will be able to use your site as a proper, safe, true information source.”

CUAHSI has been selected to be the Coordinating Hub for the Critical Zone (CZ) Collaborative Network

Guest post by Jerad Bales, Executive Director, CUAHSI The Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI) located in Cambridge, MA, has been selected to be the Coordinating Hub for the National Science Foundation’s Critical Zone (CZ) Collaborative Network. The 5-year cooperative agreement became effective September 1, 2020. The Critical Zone is Earth’s living […]

Water Data and Software Services to Support Discovery, Reproducibility, and Collaboration in the Water-Resources Domain and Beyond

CUAHSI’s Compute Services enable education and research in the cloud. In addition to tools that enable data discovery and publication, CUAHSI develops and maintains cloud software to interoperate with CUAHSI’s data repositories to provide analysis, publication, and replication of scientific models and workflows. CUAHSI JupyterHub CUAHSI JupyterHub is a cloud service that allows users to execute […]