iNaturalist Vermont Builds Biodiversity Big Data in 2017

With a tap on his smartphone and a click to submit to iNaturalist Vermont, Noel Dodge added the 150,000th record this year on June 15th, a Black Ash tree growing near Otter Creek. And observations kept on coming to iNaturalist Vermont, with more than 183,000 observations representing more than 4,000 species contributed by 2,175 citizen scientists. Over the past 5 years iNaturalist Vermont, a project of the Vermont Atlas of Life, has become a big data biodiversity resource for the Green Mountain State thanks to you!

2017 was a big year for iNaturalist Vermont. We had 1,057 naturalists contribute over 56,250 observations representing more than 3,850 species. Over 1,325 naturalist helped to identify and verify data. And we joined the more than 73,000 iNaturalists worldwide that submitted over 3.5 million observations in 2017! Check out the 2017 year in review statistics dashboard, and if you're an iNaturalist you can see your year in review too.

Read more on the VCE Blog

Posted on Δεκέμβριος 30, 2017 0216 ΜΜ by kpmcfarland kpmcfarland


We added a little section about plants to this blog post too. Check it out!

Αναρτήθηκε από kpmcfarland πάνω από 6 χρόνια πριν

Spectacular! Great job to all the Vermont citizen scientists!

Αναρτήθηκε από sambiology πάνω από 6 χρόνια πριν

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