The 2021 EwA Conservation Digest Collection


General

The 2021 EwA Conservation Highlights (Released: Dec. 30th, 2021): A 8-page summary of our work this past year, a shortlist of our accomplishments, and a few favorite infographics.

The 2021 EwA Data Companion (Live Document): All of EwA’s infographics and their source in one place.

Domain Specific

The 2021 EwA Vernal Pool Report (Released: Dec. 4th, 2021): Annual report of EwA’s vernal pool documentation and certification program–its field activities and findings. Report sent annually to the Department of Conservation and Recreation.

The 2021 EwA Biodiversity Digest (Released: Jan 23rd, 2022): A Year in Biodiversity–A tour of some of our favorite 2021 observations. Of course, we also report important data, as well as explain the why, what, and how of our biodiversity-focused program, and who are the citizen scientists behind the data.

The 2021 EwA Habitat Fragmentation Report (Released: Feb 14th, 2022): Keeping the Middlesex Fells Whole–Documenting habitat fragmentation in a mixed-use urban forest. This StoryMap serves as a roadmap for the EwA Habitat Fragmentation Project, from its inception to upcoming analysis and plans for action. This is a conservation project which aims to provide a picture of human impacts on the Fells so that its recreational and aesthetic value can be properly balanced against the ecological needs of its many non-human residents.

The 2021 EwA Entomology Digest (Released: March 13th, 2022): The Little Things That Run the World–A tour of some of our favorite 2021 observations of insects and spiders. Of course, we also report important data, as well as explain the why, what, and how of our arthropod-focused program. We also highlight some examples of external usage of EwA’s data.

The 2021 EwA Phenology Digest (Released: April 10th, 2022): Tracking Climate Change Through the Seasons–An explanation of the importance of phenology, and EwA’s role in providing important climate data locally and nationally. We also illustrate a full-year cycle of one of the many species we monitor. A delight for the eyes and mind.


ℹ️ More about the reports…

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.

While the EwA reports compile the results of and data collected from a year’s worth of EwA fieldwork, they are is not purely data-driven reports. In addition to reporting those results, they document EwA’s developmental and operational process. They summarize EwA‘s field projects and general findings, as well as explain EwA’s field methods and how to access our data for further analysis. The audience for these reports 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 with whom we work. [📊 Latest Reports]


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