📊 2019 Biodiversity & Phenology Report
EwA has grown into the organization it is today in response to both the need to study nature and the importance of citizen naturalists in facing the challenges that confront our species. To help to understand and raise awareness about nature’s dynamic systems, we made place-based and data-based natural history the core of our citizen program.
We are proud to release EwA’s first annual citizen science report. We are thankful to have a community of core citizen scientists who are genuinely dedicated to EwA’s mission and want to see it succeed!
This report highlights our work and the work of our citizen science community. It details the what, why, and how. It tells the beginning of a journey. As our community of citizen scientists and expert collaborators grows, we become stronger and ever more committed to building upon our accomplishments. We invite you to be part of our local natural history. Enjoy the report. Join us!
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More about the report…
Earthwise Aware (EwA) runs a field naturalist community science program that advances biodiversity and climate research while promoting ecological ethics and the democratization of science.
This is EwA’s first annual citizen science report. While the report compiles the results of and data collected from a year’s worth of EwA fieldwork, it is not purely a data-driven report. In addition to reporting those results, it documents EwA’s developmental and operational process. It summarizes EwA‘s field projects with general findings for 2019, as well as explaining EwA’s field methods and how to access our data for further analysis. The audience for this report is varied and comprised of our citizen scientists and volunteers, our partners and collaborators, the cities where our programs are located, and the various non-profit and governmental organizations that we work with.
Publication Date: Jan, 15th 2020 | The graphs and group photos in the 2019 Highlights and the 2019 Report are the property of Earthwise Aware. Species photos are observations of EwA’s citizen scientists and are licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC).
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