2 CWPPRA Restoration Program CWPPRA was congressionally funded in 1990 and mandated 20 years of restoration project monitoring CWPPRA program uses multiple restoration techniques - size and types of projects vary Restoration project types: diversions of freshwater and sediments, marsh creation, shoreline protection, sediment and nutrient trapping, hydrologic restoration, and vegetation planting Initially the program used paired project and reference sites - with time, difficult to find uninfluenced reference Inconsistent monitoring variables and collection frequencies across projects with short data records
3 Purpose To improve our ability to determine the effectiveness of individual coastal restoration projects. Provide information to evaluate coastal wetlands at the project, basin, and coastwide scales. To determine the ecological condition of coastal wetlands to ensure that the strategic coastal planning for Louisiana (Coast 2050, LCA, Louisiana Master Plan) is effective in recreating a sustainable coastal ecosystem.
4 CRMS Design and Assessment Funded by CWPPRA in 2003 & State of LA CPRA/USGS Sponsors ~ 390 CRMS sites Long-term dataset ( ) Sites inside & outside of CWPPRA projects Sites in swamp, fresh, intermediate, brackish, and salt marsh Allows for multi-scale assessments through CRMS report cards Data used for future scenario modeling
5 CRMS Design and Assessment Questions to address through CRMS: Did the restoration program: - reduce coastal wetland loss? - sustain a diversity of vegetation types within basins? Is the restoration program effective in reducing major stressors on wetlands (i.e., flooding regime, salinity, elevation change)?
6 1km Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Site Design Non-spatial data collection Spatial data collection 200m 1km MARSH 200 m X 200 m 200m Typical Marsh Site WATER 2m X 2m vegetation station - V01 Rod Surface Elevation Table (RSET) E01 Accretion station A01 Datasonde H01, W01 Boardwalk Typical Swamp Site CRMS Site vs. CRMS Station
7 Site Data Collection Aerial photo km 2 scale: High resolution aerial photography based land:water analyses to investigate land change through time. 200m 2 scale: Field data collection using standardized data collection protocols and consistent sampling intervals
8 Site Layout
9 Site Data Collection Data Type Parameter Method Scale Frequency Land change Vegetation Soils Hydrology Land:Water Ratio Satellite Imagery Hydrologic Basin 3 years Land:Water Ratio Digital Aerial Photography CRMS Site (1 km 2 ) 3 years Emergent Vegetation Forested Vegetation Soil Characteristics Vertical Accretion Marsh Elevation Change Soil Porewater Surface Water Salinity, Temp and Water Level Braun Blanquet: % Cover, Species Richness, Height of Dominant Species DBH, Canopy Cover, Understory veg Core samples profiled into 4 cm increments to 24 cm. Bulk Density, OM%, Soil Salinity, ph, and Moisture. (10) 2m x 2m plots per marsh site or (9) plots per swamp sites (3) 20m x 20m Forested plots & (9) 6m X6m Understory plots per site 3 cores, 18 archived samples per site Annually during peak biomass 3 yrs during peak biomass 6 to 10 years Feldspar Plots/Cryogenic Cores 3 plots per site Twice per year Rod Surface Elevation Table (RSET) 4 directions per site Twice per year 10 and 30 cm syringe sippers Submersible Data Logger 3 samples per depth per site and at vegetation plots in available water within 200m of CRMS site or in a well Variable and annually Hourly
10 Data QA/QC QA/QC procedure for each data type Field procedures Data entry Initial data review Automated review during submission into database buffer CPRA regional office review Final approval and acceptance into CIMS database
13 Analytical Teams Vegetation Federal and State Scientists Landscape CRMS Analytical Teams Soils Academics NWRC s Advanced Applications Team Hydrology Data Delivery Oversight by CWPPRA Monitoring Work Group
14 Analytical Teams Web mapping viewer Vegetation Summarize and visualize data at multiple scales Landscape CRMS Analytical Teams Soils On-the-fly user defined graphics and tools Simple queries and data downloads Hydrology Data Delivery Develop multi-metric ecological indices Develop report card Continually evolving Google Chrome
15 Vegetation: Floristic Quality Index (FQI) used to determine wetland quality based on plant species composition. Hydrology: Hydrologic Index (HI) assesses the suitability of average salinity and percent time flooded in maximizing vegetation primary productivity. Soils: Submergence Vulnerability Index (SVI) assesses the vulnerability of a site to submergence based on it s elevation relative to ESLR. Coastwide Reference Monitoring System - Wetlands Overview of Report Card Indices
16 FQI Coastwide Reference Monitoring System - Wetlands Overview of Report Card Indices HI SVI Developed using CRMS dataset Good (>75%), fair (25-50%), poor (<25%) Category thresholds vary by index SVI is a continuous scale without defined thresholds
17 Website Navigation Main menu with a series of submenus Most self explanatory Will focus on most used features
18 Site Navigation Data Charting
19 Site Navigation Data Charting
20 Charts Lots of Charts Surface Elevation/Accretion % Organic / Bulk Density Vegetation Forested Porewater Hydrographic (Salinity, Temp, Water Level) Precipitation Report Card Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Charting Interface
21 1. Pick a Data Category Hydro 2. Pick a Parameter Salinity Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Charting Interface
22 1. Pick a Data Category Hydro 2. Pick a Parameter Salinity 3. Pick a Scale Station 4. Enter Start / End Dates 1/1/ /31/2011 Apply Date Filter Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Charting Interface
23 1. Pick a Data Category Hydro 2. Pick a Parameter Salinity 3. Pick a Scale Station 4. Enter Start / End Dates 1/1/ /31/2011 Apply Date Filter 5. Pick Station Submit Request Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Charting Interface
24 1. Pick a Data Category Hydro 2. Pick a Parameter Salinity 3. Pick a Scale Station 4. Enter Start / End Dates 1/1/ /31/2011 Apply Date Filter 5. Pick Station Submit Request Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Charting Interface
25 1. Pick a Data Category 1. Hydro 2. Pick a Parameter 1. Salinity 3. Pick a Scale 1. Site 4. Enter Start / End Dates 1. 1/1/ /31/ Apply Date Filter 5. Pick Site 6. View Chart 7. Save Chart Image Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Charting Interface
26 1. Pick a Data Category Hydro 2. Pick a Parameter Salinity 3. Pick a Scale Station 4. Enter Start / End Dates 1/1/ /31/2011 Apply Date Filter 5. Pick Station 6. Save Chart Image 7. View Chart 8. Download Data (optional) Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Charting Interface
27 Using the Charting Interface Multi-Station Charting- Plots data from multiple stations on the same chart Pick a Data Category Hydro Pick a Parameter Water Level Pick a Scale Multi Station Enter Start / End Dates 1/1/ /31/2011 Apply Date Filter Pick Stations Options Selections
28 Multi-Station Water Level Chart 1. Pick a Data Category 1. Hydro 2. Pick a Parameter 1. Salinity 3. Pick a Scale 1. Multi Station 4. Enter Start / End Dates 1. 1/1/ /31/ Apply Date Filter 5. Pick Stations 6. View Chart 7. Download Data (optional) Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Charting Interface
29 Pairing the Charting Interface with the Map Selector Map Selector allows chart stations to be picked in a mapping interface. Great if you have an area of interest, but don t know the station IDs.
30 Pairing the Charting Interface with the Map Selector
31 Pairing the Charting Interface with the Map Selector
32 Pairing the Charting Interface with the Map Selector
33 Pairing the Charting Interface with the Map Selector The sites/stations that were selected on the map appear in the right side of the selection box.
34 Filter the list by a Basin!! Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Pairing the Charting Interface with the Map Selector
35 Pairing the Charting Interface with the Map Selector
36 Using the Interactive Hydro Charting Interface Interactive Hydro Chart Great for hydro data exploration without having to download data.
37 Using the Interactive Hydro Charting Interface Stations Parameters Colors Frequency Type Charted time extent. Data availability time extent: - Window can slide along time line - Changing window size controls temporal accuracy of chart
38 Same site with multiple parameters Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Interactive Hydro Charting Interface
39 Multiple sites with the same parameter Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Interactive Hydro Charting Interface
40 Using the Interactive Hydro Charting Interface Downloading - Set time frequency of data (i.e., hourly, daily, monthly) - Data in CSV format
41 Downloaded CSV Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Using the Interactive Hydro Charting Interface
42 Bulk Charting Creates multiple charts with the same parameter input Great for creating figures for reports that all need to be uniformly designed.
43 Bulk Charting
44 Bulk Charting Site Floristic Quality Index: User can define color ramp for species of interest in all charts generated by one request. Great for looking at species presence/absence or tracking invasive species
45 Bulk Charting Ex: All Spartina patens are red as defined by user.
46 Site Navigation Data Charting
47 Bulk Data Download CRMS bulk data download All values for selected years, for selected stations (queue processes first come first serve) Same interface for data selection as charting
48 Site Navigation/Reporting Data/Reporting Charting
50 Report Cards Dynamic documents Program and Index explanations Multi-scale assessments site, project, basin, coastwide
51 Site Navigation/Mapping Viewer Map Data Charting
52 Hides the CRMS Website banner and menu. Allows for more map viewing space. Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Full Screen Button
53 Layers Button Shows and hides the Layers Menu
54 Tools Menu Button Activate Tools Menu
55 Ways to Zoom Zoom: By rectangle To Full Extent In & out
56 Save State Button Used to create a save state on the map. Link created to save the current state of the map. Great to to someone so that you know you are looking at the same information at different computers.
57 Activating Layers You must activate the layer to interact with it on the map. Manila dropdown shows how to interact with the current active layer.
58 CRMS Active Layer Features Download a KML file to used in Google Earth. Zooms to the site and shows the site information bubble. Adds/removes the 1 km 2 buffer layer Aerial Photography Boundary Adds/removes the 200 m 2 buffer layer Ecological Data Collection Area Highlights realtime hydro sites in blue Highlights floating marsh sites in red Classify invokes the tools menu with the classification option selected.
59 Site Bubbles Click a point for site level information bubble
60 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble General information about the CRMS site including data availability, site photos, and survey reports. Arrows allow user to scroll through data availability by year.
61 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Water tab contains all hydrologic information for the selected site. Salinity Brief overview of salinity data for the site. Also charts most recent salinity data for the site.
62 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Water tab contains all hydrologic information for the selected site. Hydro Index All Hydro Index charts available for the site.
63 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Water tab contains all hydrologic information for the selected site. Water Level Range All water level range charts available for the current site.
64 Site Information Bubble Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Site Level Information
65 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Vegetation tab contains all vegetation information for the selected site. Herbaceous Species driven percent cover chart.
66 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Vegetation tab contains all vegetation information for the selected site. Forested Species driven basal area chart.
67 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Vegetation tab contains all vegetation information for the selected site. Floristic Quality Index (FQI) chart showing vegetative species composition and FQI score annually.
68 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Vegetation tab contains all vegetation information for the selected site. Marsh Classification The chart displays marsh class by site over time. Top bar is marsh class at the site level using annual on the ground vegetation survey data. Bottom bar is marsh class at the site level using the helicopter survey data.
69 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Soil tab contains all soil information for the selected site. Percent Organic Soil profiles taken at site establishment.
70 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Soil tab contains all soil information for the selected site. Surface Elevation/Accretion currently displays site level elevation change and accretion and gives rates for shallow subsidence.
71 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Spatial tab contains all spatial information for the selected site. Land/Water with acreage breakdowns
72 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Spatial tab contains all spatial information for the selected site. CRMS site land/water maps at the 1km 2 scale.
73 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Spatial tab contains all spatial information for the selected site. Aerial Photography
74 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Report Card tab contains all report card information for the selected site. Report Card- Generate site report cards for previous years in the bubble or look at summary graphics. Click on thumbnails to expand graphics.
75 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble Report Card Summary Graphics- Allow you to visualize individual index scores through time for a particular site.
76 Site Level Information Site Information Bubble The Tools tab lets you do an Acreage Assessment on the selected site. Acreage Assessment Use the acreage assessment tool to determine acreage breakdowns of the available coastwide vegetation surveys or land/water data.
77 Project Level Information
78 Project Level Information Zoom to function zooms to the project and shows the information bubble for it. Adds/removes the Constructed projects layer to the map. Adds/removes the planning projects layer to the map. Adds/removes the Project Infrastructure layer to the map and shows the legend
79 Project Level Information Project Information Bubble The information bubble appears when a CWPPRA project is clicked. The Project Info tab is automatically chosen when the bubble pops up on the screen.
80 Project Level Information Project Information Bubble The Water tab contains all hydrologic information for the selected project. Summary Gives a brief overview of the hydro data available for the project.
81 Project Level Information Project Information Bubble The Water tab contains all hydrologic information for the selected project. Salinity Charts most recent data for hydro stations located within the project.
82 Project Level Information Project Information Bubble The Water tab contains all hydrologic information for the selected project. Water Level Range Charts water level range data for hydro stations located within the project.
83 Project Level Information Project Information Bubble The Vegetation tab contains all vegetation information for the selected project. Marsh classification at project and reference stations over multiple years.
84 Project Level Information Project Information Bubble The Vegetation tab contains all vegetation information for the selected project. Project/Ref FQI Project Scale Floristic Quality Index Chart.
85 Project Level Information Project Information Bubble The Vegetation tab contains all vegetation information for the selected project. Side by Side Side by side comparison of Marsh Class using the raster image created from helicopter surveys.
86 Project Level Information Project Information Bubble The Report Card tab contains all report card information for the selected project. Report Card-Summary of project scale information compiled into a report card.
87 Hydrologic basins as defined by CWPPRA Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Hydrologic Basin Layer
88 Hydrologic Basin Layer Basin Information Bubble The Report Card tab contains all report card information for the selected basin. Report Card Summary of basin scale information compiled into a report card.
89 Vegetation Layer Vegetation classification based on helicopter surveys, O Neil 1949 through Sasser et al. 2013, 8 surveys
90 Vegetation Layer Main Year selects the primary polygon layer on the map. Diff Year selects the secondary polygon layer on the map. Adds/removes the vegetation data points. Adds/removes the vegetation polygons layer. The slider changes the transparency of the layer. Assessment link invokes the acreage assessment tool menu for the currently selected year.
91 Vegetation Layer Points display the site specific vegetation data when clicked.
92 Vegetation Layer Vegetation Difference Layer Functionality The Vegetation Change is shown when two different years are chosen for the Main Layer and Diff Layer.
94 NRCS SSURGO data displayed Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Soils Layer
95 Soils Layer The Soil Type information window pops up when a soil area is clicked.
96 Public Lands Layer Displays Federal (USFWS and NPS) and State (LDWF) land holdings.
97 Public Lands Layer The Public Lands information window pops up when a Public Lands polygon is clicked.
98 Louisiana s Comprehensive Master Plan 2012 Layer Master Plan project types and general project areas. Additional visualizations of this information available through CIMS.
99 Louisiana s Comprehensive Master Plan 2012 Layer The Master Plan information window providing project information pops up when a symbology is clicked.
100 Land Area Change 1932 to 2010 Couvillion et al., Land Area Change in Coastal Louisiana from 1932 to Displays land change (both loss and gain) broken down by time intervals.
101 Land/Water Layer Land/Water classifications from 1932 to classification dates based on satellite imagery, 30m resolution.
102 Watershed Boundary Layer NRCS s Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) Boundaries 12 digit subwatershed classification
103 Optional Base Layers Ability to visualize the base map layer as different years of aerial photography or world imagery.
104 Streets Base Layer Coastwide Reference Monitoring System Wetlands Optional Base Layers
105 CRMS Classify Tool Classify Tool- allows all CRMS sites to be visualized based on user-selected parameters. A Type, Attribute, and Year must be chosen to Classify the CRMS sites. Vegetation FQI Marsh Classification Hydro Hydro Index Salinity Water Level Soil Calculated Elevation Change (CEC) Submergence Vulnerability Index (SVI)
106 CRMS Classify Tool
107 CRMS Classify Tool User defines classification intervals and color ramp. For each CRMS index the defaults are red, yellow, green (as in the report card).
108 CRMS Classify Tool The tool will tally the classification categories by hydrologic basin.
109 CRMS Acreage Assessment Tool Acreage Assessment Tool provides area estimates of a chosen layer given a defined polygon. Layers: Land/Water Coastwide Vegetation Area: Defined polygons or custom Years: Varies based on layer dataset
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