The intern will take data that has already been collected within the watershed going back to the 1980s and present it in a way that is easily understood by an average resident. The information will be shared online using a format called Story Mapping, which creates interactive maps that help the average citizen understand complex data in an engaging way. The maps will cover information about changes water quality, chemistry, and temperature, and help residents and the broader community better understand the impact that we have on our watershed, why that is important, and what they can do to support the health of the watershed.
Canaan-Washademoak Watershed Association
Other services (except public administration)
University of New Brunswick
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