Project staff's paper on "Extending Bayesian structural time-series estimates of causal impact to many-household conservation initiatives" was accepted into the annals of applied statistics!
The CaDC also hosted it's quarterly steering committee meeting and open workshop on water data on April 19th.
Thank you to Inland Empire Utilities Agency for hosting! See below for presentations from the meeting and key upcoming dates.
Presentations at 4/19/18 workshop
- 12:30 - 1:00 -- Real Time Snow Estimation: A Demonstration in Using Twitter to Track Water Supply Information
- 1:10 - 1:50 -- Implementation of AB 1755 The Open and Transparent Water Data Act: What is the Status of Implementation? How Can Water Suppliers and Others Provide Input? And What Are the Next Steps?
- 2:00 - 2:40 -- State Water Resources Control Board New 2017 Electronic Annual Reporting Requirements: An Overview of the New Data Collection Requirements for Residential Water Rates, Water Shut Off Information, Water Loss, and Climate Change
- 2:50 - 3:20 -- Collecting Water Rate Information Across the State: How the Water Rate Tool Can Be Used in Your Next Rate Study (A MNWD Case Study)
Upcoming water and data events
- CaDC at ACWA! Project staff will be exhibiting at ACWA Spring 2018 May 9th and 10th.
- The first ever US CKAN conference 5/29 will feature a session on implementing California's "Open and Transparent Water Data Act."
- CalWEP / AWE "Peer to Peer" will be 5/30-31.
- Save the date for the third annual water data summit August 23rd-24th at USC!
- Bloomberg Data for Good September 16th in New York.