Water Quality Data Jam
Join Community Science Institute for a team exploration of YOUR water quality questions!
Friday, November 3, 10am – Noon
Tompkins County Public Library
101 East Green St.
Do you have questions about the water quality in your watershed, such as:
- Where on Cayuga Lake do Harmful Algal Blooms occur most frequently?
- Which of my favorite swimming holes have the highest colicounts?
- How is the water quality on Six Mile Creek, the source of the City of Ithaca’s drinking water?
Community Science Institute (CSI) has been collecting water quality data in the Cayuga Lake Watershed for many years through our volunteer stream and lake monitoring partnerships. We invite you to come explore these data with us at our upcoming Water Quality Data Jam event hosted at Tompkins County Public Library. This event will give community members with questions such as those above an opportunity to delve into the data to find answers for themselves. CSI staff will be close at hand to guide teams to find critical information using our water quality database.
Attendees will work in teams to address their questions about water quality in the Cayuga Lake Watershed and beyond! At the end of the event, teams will come together to share their findings with the rest of the attendees.
Sign up and bring your water quality questions with you. Together, we can embark on a journey of data exploration!
Sign up using the following link: https://www.tcpl.org/event/data-jam-community-science-institute
If you have any questions, reach out to Community Science Institute at email@example.com. We’ll be happy to clarify for you. We hope to see you there!