Florida Lake Management Society Annual Conference, Naples, Florida, June 4 – 7, 2007
The component has two sections, the web page displays which include a program page shown in Figure 1 and over 200 pond pages (not shown but detailed in poster presentation) and
the web-admin section shown interactive forms, photo slide
in Figure 2.
The program page and pond pages both have
connected to the Water stormwater system, and
Atlas map watershed.
component to allow spatial analysis of the surrounding The two County Adopt-A-Pond programs also conduct
support these efforts, quality data managed
pond pages include a field data form and a the pond through the Water Atlas database.
quick view of all water Full data download and
is provided through the Water Atlas data download system and advanced graphing A more detailed description of this functionality is provided in the poster presentation.
The web admin section pages include a status monitor to allow coordinators and program managers to view the program status and to determine what reports are waiting approval. This page automatically links to the report area that allows edit and approval of reports and photos as shown in Figure 2. Two important functions of the component are the management of volunteer activity which is communicated through the “Workday Report” functionality and the management of field data which is accomplished through the “PondWatch Monthly Sampling Reports” shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2. The Adopt-A-Pond Component has an on-line web-admin section that allows program managers and Adopt-A-Pond volunteer coordinators to customize and manage the site..
The new Adopt-A-Pond component provides a new dimension to the Water Atlas and is an example of the type of new .Net components that are now being designed for what will be a completely new Water Atlas in the years to come. The component not only allows more flexibility in page management it provides a means of managing data and information not yet seen in this type of application.
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