What type of data would you like to add?
Each document is a separate file that represents various kinds of media such as
memos, reports, spreadsheets, pictures, images, videos etc. You will need to describe
the document by providing a title and optionally a description, citation, physical
location of the original.
Uploaded documents can be associated with data packages.
Each meeting represents a distinct event. Once you have added a meeting and provided
basic information such as a description and location etc, you can upload multiple
attachments. These attachments can represent the agenda, notes or any other kind
of material associated with the meeting.
Data packages represent bundles of data. The data can be of any kind; tabular quantitative
information, anecdotal, graphical etc and stored in multiple items all bundled up
into a single compressed file (e.g. WinZip
You will need to describe the data package contents and optionally provide location
information specifying where the data were collected and who is the point of contact.
Once you have uploaded a data package you can associate any documents in the system,
providing a way to reference monitoring protocols or background information about
the underlying data.
Point and depth observation data for variables such as streamflow, water temperature
and dam releases are stored in tables so that they can be queried and graphed. To
add these data you need to download the appropriate import template, populate with
your data and then send it to the ODP System Administrator
The ODP System Administrator
will then quality control the data before importing it and making
it available in the Online Data Portal.
Complex data that cannot be represented as a single measurement data value at a
specific point location (and/or depth) are stored in the Online Data Portal as Data
Packages (see above).
You will need to login into the system before you can add data. Contact the ODP System Administrator
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