NOAA EDMW 2022 has ended

Envisioning the Future of the NOAA Data Enterprise

September 12-16, 2022


Thank you for your interest in the 2022 NOAA EDMW. The Workshop is over, but we’re excited to announce that the session recordings are available! Just click on a session, then under the Description section click on the "Session Recording Here" link. Be patient, it can take up to 20-30 seconds for the video to display.

The Workshop featured a diverse group of sessions and presentations that cover NOAA’s strategic goals. In addition, ‘Workshop Wednesday’ provided multiple opportunities to learn about techniques, tools, and experiences that help us achieve our data and strategic goals.

We would like to especially thank everyone who submitted sessions and abstracts! This workshop wouldn’t be possible without the great submissions from our colleagues!


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Friday, September 16 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
5F: If NOAA has ALL its data in a data lake with a rich full complete metadata catalog and a fully functional API, what would you do with it?

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Session Recording Here

The session is designed give a platform for communicating innovative ideas about the potential opportunities in the data which will meet every one of the workshop themes.

Presentations (abstracts by session here):
1. Utilizing Google Data Studio to develop & Visualize NOAA OER Exploration Metrics
- Sinan Abood
2. Improving Coordinated Access to NOAA’s Benthic Data - Next Generation BioMapper
- Ken Buja, Mark Finkbeiner, Erica Towle, Clint Edrington
3. Expanding the Watershed: Adding a Social Science Inlet to the Data Lake
- Jonathon Mote, Gina Eosco, Wayne MacKenzie
4. Data for everyone: Why we should build an expanded NOAA data dashboard
- Marissa Jones

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Dave Fischman

Intrapreneur, NOAA
Dave Fischman started his NOAA career as a survey technician on the NOAA ships Rainier and Ka`imimoana.  He then transitioned to NOAA Corps and served as the Operations Officer on the NOAA Ship Ka`imimoana.  Following his sea assignment, he served as the NOS hydrographic data manager... Read More →
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Jebb Q. Stewart

Weather Visualization and AI Research Development Branch Chief, NOAA GSL
Jebb Q. Stewart is the Weather Visualization and AI Research Development Branch Chief with NOAA's Global System Laboratory Weather, Informatics, and Decision Support Division in Boulder Colorado, and Co-Chair of NOAA's Artificial Intelligence Executive Committee. With a unique background... Read More →


Ken Buja

IT Specialist, NOS/NCCOS
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Marissa Jones

Communication Coordinator, NOAA Office of Education
My interests include data visualizations, science communication, storytelling, plain language, and user experience. I co-chair the NOAA Style and Design Working Group. I'm excited to learn about environmental data management and how it connects to my work in communication, education... Read More →

Friday September 16, 2022 3:30pm - 5:00pm EDT