As part of the effort to restore the California River Watersheds, 34 North has developed a web based toolset to support the San Joaquin River regional monitoring program. The OpenNRM toolset aggregates and presents the necessary data so that all stakeholders can effectively monitor and analyze the conditions of the SJR and it’s watershed. Data in the form of interactive maps, real time sensor data, science publications, hydrologic data, water quality data, historical sampling, land-use data, fish data and more is organized for easy discovery and analysis to answer questions important to the community. In addition to watershed conditions, the website serves as an education tool for understanding the vast area and it’s many features. Interested visitors can learn about species (The SJRRiver watershed is home to the iconic spring-run Chinook salmon) , water uses, land use (Major land use along the San Joaquin Valley floor is agricultural, with over 2.1 million irrigated acres, representing 22% of the irrigated acreage in California)
Visit the SJRRMP Web-Based tools. (Currently password protected until public launch in the fall of 2013). Screen shots are provided below.
Visit OpenNRM.org for full technical and scientific analysis of the project and how OpenNRM tools are being used.
Template design based on OpenNRM style guide, colors, SJR RMP logo and other design requirements. The look of the OpenNRM application is controlled using CSS and allows customer to customize the presentation of widgets, lists, navigation, fonts, colors and layout. We have a team of highly qualified designers to help you meet important branding goals. The good news is, if you get tired of your website styling, you can quickly and easily change or update the CSS to reflect a new design style.
2. Customizable Templates
Choose your own layout. Customize templates and general widget layout for the homepage and content pages of all public outreach initiatives. Your staff can manage these pages using an HTML editor, associate or link assets, add content widgets from other aspects of the website including image/video viewers, Twitter, Issuu, Facebook badges and more.
3. Project Collaboration Tools
Project tools include project library, project pages, project teams, related documents, links and wiki pages. Use the project management tools to document and communicate projects and group actions.
4. Asset Management
Create private and public libraries of all documents relevant to your organization. Assign these documents to appropriate public outreach pages, wiki pages and projects with ease. The document library provides our customers with a comprehensive asset repository. Archived and secure.
5. Content Management
The OpenNRM application is itself a comprehensive content management system developed specifically for natural resource management. You only have to decide how and where to publish the content. Easily manage and embed images, videos, maps, documents, presentations and more.
6. Interactive Mapping and GIS
Build maps for general organization communication needs and to help users locate important project information.
7. Syndication and Partner Branding/Messaging
Easy partner linking and consumption of RSS enabled content from partner websites. Each partner can have a public profile/widget
dedicated to his or her participation in the partnership.
8. Data Center
Set up Web Services integration of data from CEDEN, CDEC, and other regional data center monitoring programs. Develop custom database for client assets and projects. Retain important metadata standards.
9. Document File Sharing
We make it easy to share everything on the website.
10. Knowledge Base
Wiki application for building libraries of knowledge.
Users and or staff can join and contribute, what they can publish is controlled using permissions or by the administrator.
12. Permission Based Publishing
OpenNRM architecture can display as much or as little functionality and information as you want. Everything is controlled by permissions.
13. Source Code
The customer owns the source code. Web applications are growing at an unprecedented rate. Owning the source code allows you to grow and change with the times. Be part of the growing OpenNRM Community.
14. Seamless Integration with Partner Data
Seamlessly embed partner data and database from the main navigation.
About the San Joaquin River Basin
The San Joaquin River flows northward and drains the portion of the Central Valley south of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and north of the Tulare Lake Basin. The San Joaquin River Basin covers 15, 880 square miles and yields an average annual surface runoff of about 1.6 million acre feet. The Basin includes the entire area drained by the San Joaquin River and all watersheds tributary to the river. The principal streams in the basin are the San Joaquin River and its larger tributaries: the Cosumnes, Mokelumne, Calaveras, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Merced, Chowchilla, and Fresno Rivers. Major reservoirs and lakes include Camanche, Pardee, New Hogan, New Melones, Don Pedro, McClure, and Millerton.