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These nation-wide initiatives are using FieldScope to visualize large datasets contributed by citizen science volunteers.
Project BudBurst is a network of volunteers across the United States who monitor plants by collecting important ecological data based on the timing of leafing, flowering, and fruiting of plants, also known as plant phenophases. Explore the FIeldScope map of Project BudBurst data, then consider joining the project!
FrogWatch USA is a citizen science program that invites individuals and families to learn about the wetlands in their communities and help conserve amphibians by reporting the calls of local frogs and toads. Use FieldScope to see where volunteers are reporting data in your community.
Citizen science programs and initiatives in different regions are using FieldScope as a tool for visualizing, sharing, analyzing, and interpreting data.
The Chesapeake Bay Watershed Project invites students and educators to investigate water quality issues on local and regional scales and collaborate with others across the watershed to analyze data and take action. Participants from states throughout the watershed are invited to join, including: VA, MD, WV, DE, PA, NY, and DC.
The Delaware Bay Watershed Project invites students and educators to investigate water quality issues on local and regional scales and collaborate with others across the watershed to analyze data and take action. Participants from states throughout the watershed are invited to join, including: DE, NJ, PA, and NY.
The Great Lakes project invites participants to explore maps and graphs and contribute water quality data from across the Great Lakes watershed region, including parts of the United States and Canada.
Participants across the Yukon River watershed in Alaska and Canada are contributing water quality data to better understand and monitor this large cross-boundary watershed area.
This project invites students from Maryland to share their stream studies and action projects to help restore stream health.
This project highlights sustainable school ground and environmental literacy practices in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. It provides an opportunity to share efforts, find resources, and examine the extent and impact of sustainable schools on environmental health and literacy. All schools in MD, VA, WV, PA, NY and DE promoting sustainable practices are encouraged to add and regularly update their school information.
The Trash Free Potomac Watershed Initiative is a program of the Alice Ferguson Foundation that invites volunteers to help in the cleanup of the large Potomac watershed.
NatureBridge engages students in field science in our National Parks. In this project, view and analyze data collected by NatureBridge participants in Olympic National Park and explore the geography of Washington and beyond.
NatureBridge engages students in field science in our National Parks. In this project, view and analyze data collected by NatureBridge participants in Yosemite National Park and explore the geography of California.
This project by Ocean Sanctuaries invites volunteers and ocean enthusiasts to share their shark sightings off the coast of California.
Each year leading up to the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, there are 10 planned BioBlitzes in 10 different parks (starting in 2007). The National Geographic Society has been a partner in this effort, and FieldScope has been integrated as of 2009. FieldScope is used to upload and visualize data collected by scientists and students in the field during the BioBlitz event. The 2014 event will be held in Golden Gate National Recreation Area in California.