Document Library

 The Klamath Basin Monitoring Program (KBMP) Document Library is an online repository of documents relevant to the water quality and fisheries of the Klamath River. 

This library is a new project and still under construction in a "beta" testing phase.  Initial documents were loaded from the Klamath Basin Tribal Water Quality Work Group website.  We encourage you to add additional documents to it! (see instructions below).

Instructions to browse the library:
- Anyone can view the library
- The list of documents are stored in a Google Docs Spreadsheet, and can be viewed as in "list view" in the spreadsheet below (no log in required). [You can also view the spreadsheet in "spreadsheet/normal view" in Google Docs (log in required)]. 
- Each row in the spreadsheet is one document, and the columns contain information about that document.
- Click on column headers to sort them alphabetically, or use drop-down menus underneath column headers.
- To search for a specific word or phrase in the citations, use your web browser's Find function (i.e. control-F, or choose Find from the Edit menu).
- Full-text versions (i.e. PDFs) of many documents are available by clicking on cells in the URL column; however they are not actually stored within the Document Library (they are links to where those documents reside on other websites).

Instructions to edit the library:
1. To edit/update/add to the library, a) you must have a Google account [see step #2 below], and b) you must be invited to have permission to edit the spreadsheet [see step #3 below].
2. You can use either: a) an existing gmail/Google account, or b) sign up for a free Google account using your existing email address and whatever password you want.
3. You must request permission via email from the system administrator (info@riverbendsci.com). For a limited testing period, there is also a shared KBMP gmail account that can be used instead of individual permissions.
4. Once you've been granted permission,  open the "spreadsheet/normal view" in Google Docs (log in required).
5. Now you can add your new document citations at the bottom of the spreadsheet, either by typing directly into the spreadsheet, or by first entering document citations into Excel on your own computer and then copy/pasting cells into the online spreadsheet.
6. To make it easy to load new documents, you are only required to fill out the Full Citation and URL columns, but you are encouraged to fill out the rest of the columns so that users will be able to sort/filter documents in more powerful ways (i.e. by Year or Author).
7. If the PDF of a new document is not already online elsewhere, you can upload it to your Google Docs collection and paste the address into the URL column.

Browse the library here:

KBMP Document Library