Come join Ecobot to learn how to best utilize the Antecedent Precipitation Tool (APT) for wetland delineations and stream classifications. Designed to streamline and automate evaluation of precipitation normalcy and other climatic variables to complete wetland delineations, this best management practice helps a WOTUS evaluation whenever an assessment of the following site-specific conditions is needed:

  • dry season
  • drought conditions
  • lower than normal antecedent precipitation 
  • greater than normal antecedent precipitation.

Learn from an in-depth discussion followed by a Q&A with consultants who have been utilizing the APT tool for the past two field seasons.

 

Presenters & Panelists*

 

*Due to a scheduling conflict, our panelists have changed.

Webinar Topics

  • Esri and Field Maps utilization
  • Field Maps accessibility
  • Geospatial data recording
  • Offline utilization
  • Wetlands, streams, and T&E Applications

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WEBINAR MODERATOR

Jeremy Schewe, PWS, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist, Ecobot

As an ecologist conducting wetlands delineations, threatened & endangered species surveys, and baseline ecological inventories for over 18 years around the world, I have been able to avoid the rise of tech for many years more than people in most other professions, due to the lack of quality tools available to environmental scientists. It is the 21st century, however, and the wheel of innovation is rolling through every profession, including earth sciences.

Jeremy Schewe, PWS, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist, Ecobot

As an ecologist conducting wetlands delineations, threatened & endangered species surveys, and baseline ecological inventories for over 18 years around the world, I have been able to avoid the rise of tech for many years more than people in most other professions, due to the lack of quality tools available to environmental scientists. It is the 21st century, however, and the wheel of innovation is rolling through every profession, including earth sciences.

Technology impacts the way we live and work. Natural resources consulting is no exception.

Each webinar will address various aspects of the increasingly important role that technology plays in wetland science, and conclude with a Q&A panel discussion with consultant, regulatory, and tech development industry leaders.

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