Equivalency and High Ecological Standards – Real Mitigation

Officials from U.S. Agencies – including DOI, USACE, USFWS, BLM, and USFS – focused their comments on ‘consistency’ and ‘equivalency’ for all forms of mitigation today at the National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference in Fort Worth, TX. Representatives from across the country highlighted sound mitigation principles including ‘durability’ and…

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Ecosystem Pros Discover Power of Mitigation Analyst3.0

Savvy ecosystem market pros looking to master the power of environmental big data attended the “Game Change – Mitigation Analyst 3.0” workshop” today at the National Mitigation & Ecosystem Banking Conference in Ft. Worth, Texas. Mitigation and conservation bankers, regulators, and NGO representatives all got a glimpse of how easy…

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Welcome to the Future – EcoBlu Analyst v3.0

EcoBlu Analyst has just announced a major version release for its cloud-based environmental Big Data efficiency tool. EcoBlu Analyst Version 3.0 not only gives the system a new look, it also offers subscribers an integrated multiple-graphic view of some of the nation’s most valuable ecosystem data. That means as a…

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Speaking of Data…

The DataMarket Blog collected some humorous and intriguing quotes about the importance of data and information. Here are some favorites: • 11. Many have tried to describe the importance of data in industrial, or even agricultural terms “Data are becoming the new raw material of business.” – Craig Mundie, head…

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Data Visualization Can Help the Environment

In a recent Scientific American blog post, Willie Schubert tells us how NASA Goddard’s Scientific Visualization team used satellite data to create a “stunning data visualization”, viewed more than half a million times so far, to illustrate how the path of Saharan dust can affect ecosystems on the other side…

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See No Evil…. in Wyoming

Under statutes just signed into law by the governor, if you discover an environmental disaster in Wyoming you are required by law to keep it to yourself.  According to legal experts, the statutes which make it a crime to “collect resource data” from any “open land,” are clearly unconstitutional and interfere with…

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