Multiple options are available for users to export springs data. From the Search Springs function, users can download springs data by clicking on the spreadsheet icon in the upper right hand corner of the screen (highlighted in Fig. 51). This will download all springs data related to the users' search query. For example, searching for the spring name "Coyote Springs" will produce seven records. The user can then download the data for these seven springs in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
A user can also download a summary report for a spring, or a summary report for a specific survey from that springs site. When viewing the site Description Tab, click on Summary Report (highlighted in Fig. 52) to generate a full summary report for that spring site. This report includes the overall information from the spring site as well as summaries of each survey recorded. You can also upload a report to the site by clicking Browse at the bottom of the page, selecting the file you wish to upload, and adding a Report Description. Files should be in .doc format.
To produce a summary report for a single survey select the Surveys Tab and click on the survey date you wish to summarize. From here, select the Reports Tab. Here you can generate a summary report for the survey, which will be automatically opened in Microsoft Word. You can also upload reports by clicking Add Report.
To generate reports for water quality data, flow data, a plant species cover list, a plant list, vertebrates, or invertebrates, go to the Reports tab under Site info. (Figure 54)
You can generate an .xls file from the Taxon Editor that will list all known occurrences of a given species by clicking on the report icon.