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Geospatial Project Management Tool (GeoProMT) v1.0

Principal Investigator    
Chris S. Renschler

Educational Technology Center (University at Buffalo)
NSF/MCEER (University at Buffalo)

Michael Sheridan, Director (Center for Geohazard Studies, University at Buffalo)

Research Assistants
Laercio Namikawa, Christopher Martin, Fernando Rios, Ryan Mendieta

GeoProMT ( is an educational platform for undergraduate and graduate students primarily in Geography, Geology, Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Planning or Environmental Studies, Business Administration and Management Science, and Law to share information and learn how to manage data and modeling tools effectively to support the integrated analyses and assessment of environmental processes to support decision-making.

Key Features:

  • Multi-collaborator environment to share and document information about how data was transformed
  • Data flow is visualized and indicates automatically when source data is outdated

Thom Slomka and Anish Uppal from the ETC at the University at Buffalo for their support and discussion of ideas.

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