New database up and running!

28 04 2009
A rare photo of Megan Hines doing something other than hunching over a keyboard working on the SEANET database.

A rare photo of Megan Hines doing something other than hunching over a keyboard working on the SEANET database.

Thanks to our phenomenal database guru, Megan Hines, our SEANET database has been revamped, revised and reworked into a lean, mean, data accepting machine! If you haven’t tried it already, take a look at the new features. Also, note that the new database reflects the changes made in the data collection sheets (available at the volunteer toolkit), so for your next walk, be sure you have the updated datasheet in hand.

When you do try out the new database, please let us know if you encounter any problems, or if you have any ideas for improvements. You can use the “Send Feedback” feature in the database to reach Megan directly. We’re counting on you folks to help us optimize the system.

Don’t forget to download the volunteer contract and beach characteristics forms (also at the volunteer toolkit site) and send those in to us as well. We need each volunteer to submit both forms by the end of May.

Thanks as always Seanetters, and thanks to Megan for all her hard work!

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