The public is invited to a hands-on public computer-based training on how to search, graph and map LANL environmental data using Intellus from 10 a.m. to noon Monday, Dec. 2 at UNM-Los Alamos, Room 306.
Intellus is a publicly accessible database that provides access to over 12 million environmental records collected by the Laboratory and the New Mexico Environment Department as part of environmental surveillance and compliance sampling activities in and around Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Using the computer lab, the training will cover how to
- find data in the database
- export the data
- map sampling areas
- create and download charts.