13 episodes

Welcome to the Ecobot Podcast, where the Ecobot team shares information on how technology plays an increasingly important role in wetland science.

If you don’t know about Ecobot, it’s the first software to bring true efficiency and accuracy to wetland scientists in environmental science, natural resources management, conservation planning, engineering and planning firms serving state and federal DOT, construction, mitigation banking, and oil and gas companies.

In this series, you’ll hear from host Jeremy Schewe, Chief Scientific Officer and Cofounder at Ecobot, along with an incredible cast of scientists,professors and policymakers, as they share their expertise on wetland science so YOU can be better informed, more efficient, and more accurate.

Follow the Ecobot Podcast on any podcast app, and we’ll see you soon with the first episodes. Until then, you can connect with Ecobot on Linkedin or visit EcobotApp.com.

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Welcome to the Ecobot Podcast, where the Ecobot team shares information on how technology plays an increasingly important role in wetland science.

If you don’t know about Ecobot, it’s the first software to bring true efficiency and accuracy to wetland scientists in environmental science, natural resources management, conservation planning, engineering and planning firms serving state and federal DOT, construction, mitigation banking, and oil and gas companies.

In this series, you’ll hear from host Jeremy Schewe, Chief Scientific Officer and Cofounder at Ecobot, along with an incredible cast of scientists,professors and policymakers, as they share their expertise on wetland science so YOU can be better informed, more efficient, and more accurate.

Follow the Ecobot Podcast on any podcast app, and we’ll see you soon with the first episodes. Until then, you can connect with Ecobot on Linkedin or visit EcobotApp.com.

    Q&A: Tools and Data for Mapping Wetlands

    Q&A: Tools and Data for Mapping Wetlands

    Today we follow up from episode 11, with Q&A on how wetland managers and scientists are utilizing and accessing GIS tools and data sets to predict, model, monitor, and delineate wetlands. We will take a look in the Arc Hydro toolbox at the Hydroperiod tool, as well as see how scientists are using the new US Army Corps of Engineers Antecedent Precipitation Tool (APT) to simplify project area rainfall analysis.

    • 14 min
    Tools and Data for Mapping Wetlands

    Tools and Data for Mapping Wetlands

    In this episode, we will explore how wetland managers and scientists are utilizing and accessing GIS tools and data sets to predict, model, monitor, and delineate wetlands. We will take a look in the Arc Hydro toolbox at the Hydroperiod tool, as well as see how scientists are using the new US Army Corps of Engineers Antecedent Precipitation Tool (APT) to simplify project area rainfall analysis.

    • 23 min
    Q&A: Field Applications: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    Q&A: Field Applications: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    Today we follow up with a Q&A from Episode 9: Field Applications: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    Technology impacts the way we live and work. Natural resources consulting is no exception. This episode will address the increasingly important role that mobile field applications play in wetland science, and on the next episode, we'll have a Q&A panel discussion with consultant, regulatory, and tech development industry leaders.

    • 20 min
    Field Applications: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    Field Applications: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    Today's episode focuses specifically on Field Applications.Technology impacts the way we live and work. Natural resources consulting is no exception. This episode will address the increasingly important role that mobile field applications play in wetland science, and on the next episode, we'll have a Q&A panel discussion with consultant, regulatory, and tech development industry leaders.
    Host: Jeremy Schewe, PWS, Co-founder & Chief Scientific Officer,  Ecobot
    Panelists:- Kimberli Ponzio, PWS, Chair, Society of Wetland Scientists Webinar Subcommittee + Environmental Scientist IV, Bureau of Water Resources, St. Johns River Water Management District- Jeff Ingebritsen, GIS Specialist, National Wetland Inventory - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service- Bridget Wagner, GeoIM Section Lead, HDR- Scott Denham, Permitting Manager, Environmental Solutions & Innovations, Inc.- Darin Loucks, Regional Sales Manager, Trimble - Daniel Martin, Consultant/Project Manager, ESRI
    Topics:- As scientists, what field applications most effectively coincide with our workflow?- Deep dive into case studies for the following field applications: iNaturalist, Collector for ArcGIS, NWI Wetland Mapper, and Ecobot- Case studies regarding Bluetooth enabled  GPS units such as the Trimble R1 and the Eos Arrow
    The Ecobot Podcast is edited and produced by Earfluence.

    • 22 min
    Q&A: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    Q&A: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    Today we follow up with a Q&A from Episode 7: The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology.

    Technology impacts the way we live and work. Natural resources consulting is no exception. Today, host Jeremy Schewe, PWS, Co-founder & Chief Scientific Officer, Ecobot, address the increasingly important role that mobile field applications play in wetland science. Jeremy will unpack:
    - As scientists, what are our unique challenges to leveraging new technology?
    - Critical need to digitize wetland data for resilience planning
    - Case studies with drones, GPS receivers, GIS software, Mobile data collection apps, AI/Machine learning, and up-and-coming tech
    - A look at what's available now and in the near future

    • 42 min
    The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    The Convergence of Wetland Science and Technology

    Technology impacts the way we live and work. Natural resources consulting is no exception. Today, host Jeremy Schewe, PWS, Co-founder & Chief Scientific Officer, Ecobot, address the increasingly important role that mobile field applications play in wetland science. Jeremy will unpack:
    - As scientists, what are our unique challenges to leveraging new technology?
    - Critical need to digitize wetland data for resilience planning
    - Case studies with drones, GPS receivers, GIS software, Mobile data collection apps, AI/Machine learning, and up-and-coming tech
    - A look at what's available now and in the near future

    • 24 min

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