Abstract

San Luis Water District, Panoche Water District, Delano-Earlimart Irrigation District (DEID), Westside Water District, Glide-Kanawha Water District (GKWD), and Central California Irrigation District (CCID) are blazing data management trails in the Mid-Pacific Region of the USBR. Ditchriders in these districts use or are beginning to use hand held data recorders (HHDR) to gather field information. The data management needs of these districts differ and as a result, the approach for each district differs. Further, each district is tackling portions of its data management needs in a stepwise fashion. The success of each step and the successes of other district approaches help define the evolution of this new phase of district data management.

Disciplines

Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering

Number of Pages

3

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URL: https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/bae_fac/196