SAHRA Quantitative Indicators for 2004

 

STRATEGIC GOAL

ANNUAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUALS

QUANTITATIVE INDICATOR

QUALITY OR CONTEXT OF INDICATOR

Science

Number and list of scientific papers in refereed and non-refereed journals, including percent multi-institutional and percent multi-disciplinary.  (view pdf) (doc)

List impact factors for journals where SAHRA has published.  (view pdf) (xls)

Number of citations during the past year for previous SAHRA publications:  233 (in ref. to 159 articles published in peer-reviewed journals to date)  

Number/list of presentations in 2004 including percent invited, percent multi-institutional and percent multi-disciplinary.  (view pdf) (doc)

Number and description of novel scientific products (e.g. models, DSS, databases, patents, etc.) (view pdf) (doc)

Description of primary scientific findings, with emphasis on their relevance to SAHRA’s mission, the three integrating questions and their contribution to building multi-disciplinary knowledge.

Organization of sessions and workshops at national and international scientific meetings on SAHRA research results

Description of the potential and/or actual application of each product.

(view pdf) (doc)

 

For Basin:

P. Brooks

F. Phillips

 

For River Systems:

D. Goodrich

D. Brookshire

 

For Integrated Modeling:

H. Gupta

E. Springer

 

Stakeholder*

Number and list of events that involved direct and significant interaction between SAHRA scientists and stakeholders (e.g. meetings, workshops, presentations, etc.) (view pdf)

Description of the quality and effectiveness of the interactions and their relevance to SAHRA’s mission. (view pdf) (doc)

Knowledge Transfer

List of novel knowledge transfer products with associated quantitative impact measure (e.g. publications with number of subscriptions, web products with number of hits, etc.)  (view pdf) (doc)

Description of quality and effectiveness of the Knowledge Transfer products and their relevance to SAHRA’s mission. (view pdf) (doc)

 

G. Woodard

J. Valdes

Education

List of novel educational products and programs (e.g. curricula, short courses, workshops, web sites, etc.) and audiences reached (view pdf) (doc)

Number of SAHRA students who are enrolled or who were enrolled at each level during the last year, including percent multi-institutional and percent multi-disciplinary. (view pdf) (doc)

Placement of SAHRA graduates in the hydrology field after graduation (view pdf) (xls)

Description of quality, impact, and effectiveness of the Educational products and programs and their relevance to SAHRA’s Mission. (view pdf) (doc)

Description of the relevance student research topics to SAHRA’s strategic mission and integrating questions and their contribution to building multi-disciplinary understanding.

(view pdf) (doc)

J. Washburne

Gary Woodard

E. Hancock

Partnerships**

Number of SAHRA partnerships and any changes over the last year : 119; Notable additions: Valles Caldera for transect studies; NWS CPC, NOAA NCEP and NESDIS for precipitation work. (view pdf list) (doc)

Description of the nature of existing and new partnerships and their relevance to SAHRA’s mission. (view pdf) (doc)

J. Shuttleworth

K. Jacobs

Diversity

Racial, ethnic and gender diversity of SAHRA investigators, staff, and students.

(Diversity stat pdfs: All categories, Faculty, Grad students, Other researchers, Postdocs, Staff, Undergrads)

Description of diversity in the regional context, relevance of diversity to mission of SAHRA, and of any noteworthy successes and/or failures in progress towards meeting the diversity goal. (view pdf) (doc)

J. Shuttleworth

J. Washburne

Management

Percent of staff provided with written performance evaluations and expectations for the next year. Percent provided with written job descriptions.

Number of meetings held (staff meetings, senior staff meetings, advisory board meetings, executive committee meetings).

Annual meeting attendance, including SAHRA participants (researchers, students, staff) and stakeholders. Number of presentations made and posters presented.

(view pdf) (doc)

Description of ways in which management supports innovation, interdisciplinary activities, timeliness of staff products, prioritization of activities.

Description of improvements in administrative processes that promote communication and efficiency

Description of budgeting, data monitoring and archiving improvements

Description of management activities and progress relative to long-term funding.

(view pdf) (doc)

J. Shuttleworth

R. Fox

B. Sanchez