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Fire Research And Management Exchange System (FRAMES) provides an exchange of information and technology within the wildland fire research and management community.
NKN provides virtual machines, data storage, website and database development/hosting, systems administration, and consulting services to FRAMES.» Visit the FRAMES website
Idaho Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) stimulates research in niche areas that can become fully competitive in the disciplinary and multidisciplinary research programs of NSF and other relevant agencies.
NKN partners with Idaho EPSCoR on numerous projects, providing data storage, website/database development and hosting, and consulting services.» Visit the Idaho EPSCoR website
Regional Approaches to Climate Change (REACCH) is a coordinated agricultural project to improve cereal production systems in the Pacific Northwest under climate change, while reducing emissions of greenhouse gases.
NKN provides virtual machines, data storage, website and database development/hosting, systems administration, and consulting services to REACCH.» Visit the REACCH website
The Intermountain Forestry Cooperative (IFC) is a research cooperative composed of public and private forestry organizations interested in forest nutrient availability for the purpose of prescribing appropriate treatments to achieve management objectives.
NKN provides systems administration services for IFC.» Visit the Intermountain Forestry Cooperative website
The Laboratory for Atmospheric Research (LAR) at Washington State University is a multi-disciplinary group focused on air-quality graduate education and research.LAR website
The MOSS Adventure Learning website offers students an opportunity to share their learning experiences while at the McCall Outdoor Science School. Followers can participate in the adventure through the blogs, MOSS-created lessons, and by browsing collected data.
NKN developed and hosts the MOSS AL website.» Visit the MOSS Adventure Learning website
The Multivariate Adaptive Constructed Analogs (MACA) method is a statistical downscaling method for climate model output. The MACA dataset is intended for users who require daily meteorological data to drive models or assess climate adaptation. The dataset downscales a large set of variables making it ideal for different kinds of modeling of future climate.
NKN provided data storage for MACA datasets and hosts the MACA website.» Visit the MACA website
The Northwest Climate Science Center (NW-CSC) combines academic expertise with federal resources to advance climate science development and delivery for managers and policy makers in the Northwest region.
NKN developed and hosts the NW-CSC academic website and the related Climate Boot Camp website, and provides web development and database applications support.» Visit the NW-CSC website
The Northwest Regional Climate Hub delivers science-based knowledge and practical information to farmers, ranchers, forest landowners, and Native American tribes that will help them to adapt to climate change. The Hub encompasses Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
NKN provides data storage and systems administration support for the Northwest Climate Hub. NKN also hosts and helped to develop the Northwest Climate Toolbox — a collection of web tools for visualizing past and projected climate and hydrology of the Pacific Northwest.» Visit the Northwest Regional Climate Hub website
Coastal Biodiversity Risk Analysis Tool (CBRAT) is an ecoinformatics platform synthesizing the biogeographic distributions, abundances, life history attributes, and environmental tolerances of near-coastal invertebrates and fishes to 200 m depth at an ecoregion scale.
NKN provides virtual machine hosting for CBRAT.» Visit the CBRAT website
The Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC) is a research organization funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide policy makers, resource managers, and fellow researchers with the best available science covering the changing climate of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and western Montana.» Visit the CIRC website
The Early Career Climate Forum provides a space for those affiliated with Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers to interact, discuss topics and find climate-relevant resources. Participants are early career scientists, managers and others working at the science management interface on climate change issues.
NKN developed and hosts the ECCF website.» Visit the ECCF website
The Globodera Alliance (GLOBAL) is a group of research, extension, and education professionals from the University of Idaho, Oregon State University, Cornell University, USDA, Agriculture and Agro-Food Canada, and The James Hutton Institute. Research for the USDA-funded GLOBAL project focuses on risk assessment and eradication of potato cyst nematodes.
NKN provides web development support and hosting of the multilingual GLOBAL website.» Visit the GLOBAL website
INSIDE Idaho is the official geospatial data clearinghouse for the State of Idaho. INSIDE Idaho serves as a comprehensive geospatial data digital library, providing access to, and a context within which to use, geospatial data and information by, for, and about Idaho.
NKN provides data storage and website hosting for INSIDE Idaho.» Visit the INSIDE Idaho website
Kooskia Japanese Internment Camp Archeological Project (KICAP)
Through KICAP, University of Idaho researchers are creating a digital database of archaeological specimens from WWII Internment in Idaho. NKN hosts and provides database/web applications support for the KICAP website (in development).
LANDFIRE, Landscape Fire and Resource Management Planning Tools, provides landscape-scale, geo-spatial products to support cross-boundary planning, management, and operations within the U.S.
NKN hosts and provides database and development support for a LANDFIRE Fire Behavior Fuel Model (FBFM) Guidebook-Database website.» Visit the LANDFIRE FBFM Guidebook/Database website
The Northern Rockies Fire Science Network (NRFSN) is a go-to resource for managers and scientists involved in fire and fuels management in the Rocky Mountains of Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming.
NKN provides database and web development support for NRFSN.» Visit the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network website
The Tribal Climate Camp (TTCC) supports teams of tribal leaders, climate change coordinators, planners, and program managers to build skills, gather information, and develop tribal policy needed to address climate change impacts.
NKN developed, maintains, and hosts the TTCC website.» Visit the The Tribal Climate Camp website
IDAH2O Master Water Stewards promotes the health of Idaho's water through volunteer water quality monitoring. The main focus of IDAH2O is to educate citizens on the status of their water quality and to help them understand the effects on streams, rivers and lakes. All data collected through the IDAH2O program is submitted to a public database hosted on their website.» Visit the IDAH2O website
Idaho Pathways is a collaborative project to build strategies for stimulating economic growth and development across the state. The project will gather information from Idaho's six Economic Development Districts and help each region revitalize its official comprehensive economic development strategy, then create a statewide plan of action.
NKN provided database support for this project.» Visit the Idaho Pathways website
The National Climate Science Centers provide scientific information, tools and techniques that land, water, wildlife and cultural resource managers and other interested parties can apply to anticipate, monitor and adapt to climate and ecologically-driven responses at regional-to-local scales. The scope and reach of climate science is expanded by the establishment of eight regional Climate Science Centers.
NKN assists with data management at the national and regional scale.» Visit the Climate Science Centers website
The AgClimate Network is a web-based hub for data, analysis and communication between regional scientists and stakeholders about climate change and agricultural and natural resources topics. A consortium of institutions including Oregon State University, University of Idaho, and Washington State University, and individuals contribute content to this site and share articles and analyses.» Visit the AgClimate Network website
At the Kimberly Research and Extension Center, current research focuses on dry beans, irrigation and water resources, and potatoes. Additionally, the center is home for the Foundation Seed Program which produces and cleans foundation class seed for the state in cooperation with the other research and extension centers.» Visit the Kimberly Research and Extension Center website